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University of South Florida Tampa St. Petersburg Sarasota Fort Myers Lakeland 1996 1997 Fact Book Office of Institutional Research and Planning SVC5022 4202 E. Fowler Avenue Tampa, Florida 33620 (813) 974-2450 IRP@ADMIN.USF.EDU The entire USF Fact Book is available on-line at http://www.rmit.usf.edu/usfirp The University of South Florida is an Affirmative Action/Equal Access/Equal Opportunity Institution

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1996-97 ';ad r?oo4 PREFACE The University of South Florida celebrated its 40th anniversary this year! USF is the 13th largest university in the United States and a member of the State University System of Florida. A public institution serving the rapidly-growing metropolitan west coast of Florida, USF is fast becoming a model urban research university for the 21st century. President Betty Castor assumed her position in January 1994. Today, the University serves more than 36,000 students -with nearly 200 disciplines & degree programs at the undergraduate, masters, specialist and doctoral levels, including the M.D. USF now includes nine colleges and a network of regional campuses in Tampa, St. Petersburg, Sarasota, Fort Myers and Lakeland. With growing prestige and a dedicated faculty, including 73 Fulbright Scholars and 42 Endowed Chairs, USF places particular emphasis upon instruction, research, and public service. In 1995, the University surpassed the $100 million mark in sponsored research, contracts and grants. USF's libraries contain some 1.5 million volumes, as well as vast computer links to hundreds of library data bases and the World Wide Web. The University's commitment to inclusion is reflected in both the gender and ethnic diversity of its students, faculty, and staff. A growing contingent of international students, now representing 99 countries, demonstrates USF's strong dedication to a global perspective. 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. The staff of the Office of Institutional Research and Planning sincerely thanks the many offices and people that contributed to the development of this fourteenth annual edition of the Fact Book. For questions concerning the enclosed information, please call 974-2450 . Jon W. Blades Director Office of Institutional Research and Planning

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UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA 1996-97 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 1995 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 University Advancement USF Foundation Annual Review . . . . . . . 27 Foundation & Endowment Growth . . . . . . . 28 Alumni Demographics . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Libraries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Computing Resources ............................ 31 Intercollegiate Athletic Organizations . . . . . . . . 32 Institutes and Centers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Continuing Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Florida Mental Health Institute . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Career Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 SECTION Ill STUDENT PROFILE Gender and Ethnicity Headcount Distribution . . . . . 39 Geographic Origin of Students County of Origin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 State of Origin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Country of Origin (International Students) ........ 42

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Incoming Students History of New Degree Seeking Students . . . . 43 Applied, Accepted & Enrolled ................. 44 New Student Demographics .................. 45 New Student Headcount: By College (All Campuses) ............ 46-57 By Campus & By Col. w/in Campus ..... 58-68 Off-Campus ........................ 69-70 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 Total University Health Sciences by College . . 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

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Graduate Assistants: Total University Summary ................... 161 Detail by College and by Campus . . . . . . 162 Full-Time Faculty Salary Information ............. 163-166 Non-Instructional Personnel Full-Time Non-Instructional Faculty: Total University . . . . . . . . . . . . . 167 Academic Areas by College and by Campus . . 168 Part-Time Non-Instructional Faculty: Total University . . . . . . . . . . . . . 169 Academic Areas by College and by Campus . . 170 Librarians: Total University . . . . . . . . . . . . . 171 Detail by College and By Campus . . . . . . 172 A&P Employees: Total University . . . . . . . . . . . . . 173 Academic Areas by College and by Campus . . 17 4 Full-Time Support Personnel Total University . . . . . . . . . . . . . 175 Total University by College and by Campus . . 176 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 Estimated Expenditures . . . . . . . . . . . . . 192 Estimated Expenditures by Budget Entity. . . . . . . 193 Sources and Uses of Current Funds . . . . . . . . 194 Student Generated Sources Activity & Service Fee Budget . . . . . . . . . . 195 Student Tuition and Fee Rates by Campus . . . . . 196 Auxiliary Enterprises Budget . . . . . . . . . . . 197 Sources of Research Funds . . . . . . . . . . . 198 Foundations & Alumni Affairs . . . . . . . . . . . 199 Continuing Education 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 .............. 205-217 Age of Buildings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 218 Classroom Availability . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 219 Average Weekly 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 Glossary of Common Terms and Acronyms . . 227-228

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Section I INTRODUCTION University History Historical Trends

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The University of South Florida is fast becoming one of this country's top up-and-coming research institutions, even as it serves one of the largest student bodies in America. Founded in 1956, USF opened its doors in 1960 to just under 2,000 students. Today, the university serves some 36,500 students with nearly 200 degree programs at the undergraduate, masters, specialty and doctoral levels. The 13th largest university in the nation, according to federal statistics that actually lag two years behind USF's never-ending growth, USF has built a solid reputation as a leader in learning, offering comprehensive, state of-the-art, student-centered programs. Courses offered through televised broadcast to remote sites, classes conducted over the Internet and other computer-assisted learning initiatives give today's students an educational experience that prepares them to deal with tomorrow's increasingly technical work environment. More and more, USF's student body is a proportional representation of the communities the University serves. Minority students comprise nearly one fourth of the student body and are represented in even greater proportions in our entering class. Women, likewise, continue to make up well over half of our student body. And our 150,000 graduates -many of whom remain close by long after their university experience is over -provide the West Florida region with a well-educated, solidly prepared workforce that plays a critical role in this area's economic development. Even as our student body grows, so do our facilities. USF's 1,900 campus acres house nearly 350 buildings, with well in excess of 6 million gross square feet in area. Our libraries include some 1.4 million volumes in their holdings, as well as technology linking students and faculty to scores of electronic databases that place a world of information at their fingertips. The university's budget totals $600 million, giving USF a regional economic impact well in excess of $1 billion. Our various centers and institutes play key roles in tackling some of the most pressing issues confronting area business, political, social and cultural leaders. Likewise, USF faculty, students and staff contribute immensely to the area's well being through extensive public service, much of it provided free of charge. The future holds bright promise for USF. Growth trends indicate our student body will exceed 40,000 by the year 2005, placing USF among the nation's 1 O largest universities. With an extensive building campaign already underway that will provide improved residence halls, expanded academic facilities and a greater capacity for student services, USF will be well prepared for the coming challenges of the 21st century. SOURCE : USF OFFICE OF MEDIA RELATIONS UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACTBOOK 1996-97 3

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Present Jan 1994 Jul 1993 Feb 1988 Jan 1978 Sep 1977 Sep 1976 Jun 1957 USF'S PRESIDENTS Present and Past m m ......................... Current President: ' , 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 Ctr established permanent campuses at Ft. Myers & Lakeland fl> ' .. Ill , Carl Riggs (acting) 4 Wllllam 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) ', :4 John Stuart Allen (USF's founding President) Elizabeth (Betty) Castor 1996 Highlights & Milestones As USF marks the 4oth anniversary of its creation by the State of Florida, enrollment reaches an all-time high of 36,469, including record numbers of women, minority and honor students The 40th anniversary is commemorated in a series of fall semester events, including a day-long celebration that features the dedication of the newly renovated Martin Luther King Jr. Plaza Construction moves forward on more than $200 million in new projects. That total includes a new College of Education Building, the Center for Urban Transportation Research facility, USF's first parking garage, a new Tampa Campus bookstore, the Poynter Library on the St. Petersburg Campus, a new sciences laboratory facility in Sarasota and many more projects critical to keeping pace with ongoing growth USF researchers earn $103 million in contracts and grants the second consecutive year that the university surpasses the $100 million mark USF alumnus Phoebe Irby is named the country's 'Teacher of the Year,' an award presented to her in a nationally televised ceremony on the Disney Cable Network In December commencement ceremonies, USF's historic 150,000th graduate receives a degree. The USF Foundation endowment surpasses $100 million, while total assets climb to $165 million. Building on the success of 1995 s inaugural Learning Community, USF institutes two more giving some 1 oo more first-year students the chance to study in an atmosphere similar to that of a small liberal arts college while maintaining all the b enefits of a major, urban university . US F's football team takes the field for the first time ever in three intrasquad scrimmages Capacity crowds greet the squad in Tampa, Clearwater and Sarasota New coaches also take the reigns of the women s and men's basketball teams. UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996 4

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Tampa Campus main campus founded 1956 first classes 1960 includes Health Science complex (founded 1975) St. Petersburg founded 1956 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 & 1995 by Money Magazine) USF CAMPUS ACQUISTION HERNANDO PASCO Lakeland Campus founded 1987 first classes 1987 Fort Myers Campus founded1974 first classes 197 4 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 POLK La k eland HARDEE HIGHLANDS DE SOTO GLADES CHARLOTTE LEE HENDRY Ft. Myers COLLIER 5

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USF HISTORICAL TRENDS USF Full-Time and Part-Time Student Enrollment 40000 -Full Time c==i Part Time -+-Total -30000 c Total :s 0 u "C 11' Q) J: -20000 17,922 c Q) "C :s -(/) 11,042 10000 0 1960/61 1970/71 1980/81 1990/91 1996/97 1960/61 1970/71 1980/81 1990/91 1996/97 Note. All enrollment Full Time 1 239 11,042 14,782 16,262 18,489 Figures are for the Fall semester. Part Time 758 6,880 10,272 16,098 17,789 Total 1,997 17,922 25,054 32,360 36,278 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996 6

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USF HISTORICAL TRENDS Personnel 2,000 'iii 1,819 Support (USPS) .. ca GI > 1,650 Faculty c 0 Ill 1,500 .. GI 0. ,, GI en ,, :I !!!. 1,000 Ill 3l >-0 c. E w -500 Administrative & 0 .. GI Professional (A&P) .0 202 E 368 :I z 109 0 30 1960-61 1970-71 1980-81 1990-91 1996-97 Budgeted Person-Years Year 1960-61 1970-71 1980-81 1990-91 1996-97 Note. Values are budgeted Faculty 108.5 834.2 1,039.4 1,559.5 1,650.2 person-years from state appropriated funds E & G and Administrative & 30.0 85.0 142.0 318.2 367.6 Health Sciences are included. Professional (A&P) Support (USPS) 202.0 822.0 1,417.0 1,936.5 1,818.9 SOURCE: USF Operating Budget, 1996-97 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 7

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1960-61 Professional ft:?IJ PhD/EdD -Masters/Eds !;'!. I Bachelors 1970-71 Level of Degree Bachelors Masters/Eds PhD/EdD Professional Total SOURCE: IRP123 I 85814DEGOO UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 USF HISTORICAL TRENDS Degrees Awarded 1980-81 1990-91 Academic Year 1960-61 1970-71 1980-81 0 2874 3925 0 602 887 0 1 38 0 0 93 0 3477 4943 Bachelors 1990-91 4804 1309 78 86 6277 8000 7000 6000 5000 4000 3000 2000 1000 0 1995-96 1995-96 5519 1792 142 86 7539 "C QI "C ... < VI QI QI ... Cl QI c 0 ... QI .Q E :::i z 8

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USF HISTORICAL TRENDS Budget 500 500 Ci) 400 ... .!l! 0 'O Total USF Operating Budget -300 0 II) c: 'j 211 200 176 ti Cl 'O :J m 100 E & G Operating Budget 0 25 1960-61 1970-71 1980-81 1990-91 1996-97 Budget Year 1960-61 1970-71 1980-81 1990-91 1996-97 E & G Operating Budget 2,197,300 25,304,600 62,192,000 175, 7 40,900 211, 146,785 TOTAL Operating Budget 2,434,800 38,385,400 114,884,800 388,560,900 500,785,579 NOTE: For comparative purpose, budget numbers exclude Capital Budget figures (DSO and Construction dollars). SOURCE: USF University Budget Office UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 9

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USF HISTORICAL TRENDS Facilities Number of Buildings 344 (use scale at left of graph) 9 300 8 1980 Acquired Sarasota & Fort 7 'iii Myers campuses 6 6 c "' and the Health Cl Sc i ence Center 6 e c :2 200 g :; 5 Q) m 1990 Acquired Cl ca -Lakeland campus -0 0 .. and the H Lee 0 Q) 1970 Acquired 4 IL .a Q) E St. Pete campus & Moffitt Cancer & .. ::I ca z residential facilities. Chronic D i sease ::I tT Center 3 CJ) 100 "' "' 0 Gross Square Footage .. 2 CJ in millions (use at right of graph) 0 0 1960 1970 1980 1990 1996 Year 1960 1970 1980 1990 1996 Number of Buildings 10 73 148 283 344 Total Gross Square Footage 267 917 2,003,797 3,569 343 5,707,113 6 685 260 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 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 tor 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 FACT BOOK 1996-97 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 commitment and contribution to the university's greater good individual growth and development 13

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FALL 1996 HIGHLIGHTS STUDENT HEADCOUNT -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Undergraduate 24,318 Graduate 6,239 First Professional 381 Unclassified 5,340 TOTAL 36,278 PERSONNEL HEADCOUNT -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Faculty 2,093 A&P 558 Support 2, 185 Other 3,681 TOTAL* 8,517 DEGREES AWARDED -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Bachelors Specialist LIBRARY VOLUMES 5,519 10 Masters Professional 1 782 86 Doctoral 142 TOTAL 7,539 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Tampa St. Petersburg Fort Myers 961,301 168,940 42,294 Health Sciences 132,923 FMHI 17,512 Sarasota 248,485 Lakeland 2,461 TOTAL 1,573,916 _________________________________________________________________________________ Five Campuses 1,913 Total Acres 344 Total Buildings 6.6 Million Total Gross Square Feet Total Personnel Headcount excludes Student Assistants and CWSP; "Other" total includes Librarians, Adjuncts, Graduate Assistants, OPS, Grad Fellows, and Housestaff I I UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 / 14

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GENERAL COUNSEL VICE PRESIDENT, VICE PRESIDENT, STUDENT AFFAtRS HEALTH SCIENCES ACADEMIC COLLEGE OF ADVISING ADMISSIONS MEDICINE ADULT/TRANSFER CAMPUS COLLEGE OF STUDENT SERVICES RECREATION NURSING CAREER RESOURCE COUNSELING COLLEGE OF CENTER CENTER PUBUC HEALTH DISABLED STUDENT FINANCIAL HEALTH SCIENCES SERVICES AID FACILITIES & OPR. INTERNATIONAL MARSHAL!. HEAL TH SCIENCES STIJOENT CENTER CENTER AFFIL HOSPITALS MCNAtR SCHOLARS NEW STUDENT AFFIL HOSPITALS PROGRAM ORIENTATION & INSTITUTES PROJECT RECORDS/ UNIV. MEDICAL THRUST/PEP REGISTRATION SVC. ASSOC. (UMSA) RESIDENCE STUDENT ACADEMIC MEDICAL SERVICES HALLS SUPPORT SERVICES SUPP. CORP. (MSSC) STUDENT STUDENT HEALTH GOVERNMENT SERVICES STUDENT STUDENT SUPPORT PUBLICATIONS SERVICES UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996 INSPECTOR GENERAL VtcE PRESIDENT, RESEARCH SPONSORED PROGRAMS PATENTS& LICENSING COMPLIANCE SERVICES COMPARATIVE BIOMEDICINE USF P UBLICATIONS COUNCIL FLORIDA INSTITUTE OF PHOSPHATE RES. USF RESEARCH FOUNDATION :.1 USFCAAES ORGANIZATIONAL CHART USF FOAT M YERS USF LAKELAND USF ST. PETERSBURG USF SARASOTA USF NEW COLLEGE UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATION GRADUATE SCHOOL LIBRARIES FALL 1996 PRESIDENT PROVOST EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES COi.LEGE OF BUS.AOMIN. COLLEGE OF EDUCATION COLlEGEOF ENGINEERING COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS SCH. OF ARCHITECT. & COMMUNITY DESIGN FLORIDA MENT Al HEALTH INSTITUTE CONTINUING EDUCATION PUBUC BROADCASTING INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS CENTER DISTANCE LEARNING INSTITUTE ON BLACK LIFE FLORIDA POLICY EXC CTR. ON AGING FL INSTITUTE OF OCEANOGRAPHY ACADEMIC COMPUTING INSTITUTE ON AGING CTR. FOR TEACHING ENHANCEMENT DIRECTOR. JNTERCOL ATHLETK::S VICE PRESIDENT, U NIV ERSITY ADVANCEMENT ADVANCEMENT BUSINESS AFFAIRS ADVANCEMENT SERVICES ALUMNI AFFAIRS COMMUNITY ADVANCEMENT PUSLIC AFFAIRS UNIVERSITY DEVELOPMENT UNIVERSITY RELATIONS ALUMNI I ASSOClATION COLLEGE & REOIONAL CAMPUS DEVELOPMENT USF FOONOATION ASSOC. VICE PRES., GOVERNMENTAL REL VICE PRESIDENT, ADMINISTRATIVE SVCS. AUXILIARY SERVICES ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH & SAFETY FACILITtES PlAN. & CONSIBUCTION FINANCE& ACCOUNTING PHYSICAL PLANT PUBUC SAFETY PURCHASING :.1 SUN DOME, INC. VIC E PRESIDENT, BUD. HUM. RES. & INF. TEC EQUAL OPPORTUNITY AFFAIRS HUMAN RESOURCES INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES INSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH & Pt.AN. ORO. DEVELOPMENT &TRAINING UNIVERSrTY BUDGETS VlCTIMS ADVOCACY PROGRAM 15

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ORGANIZATION AND PERSONNEL OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT College of Arts and Sciences President . ..... ........... .................... . ...... ................. ...... ... ... ... . ...... .. .... ....... .......... BETIY CASTOR General Counsel ........ ...... ....... . ..................... .................................................. NOREEN SEGREST Dean ..... . ...... ........... .... ......... .......... .......................................... ....... ...... ........ .... S. DAVID STAMPS Director Intercollegiate Athletics ................. ........... ....... ..................... ......... .............. PAUL GRIFFIN Associate Vice President, Equal Opportunity Affairs. ........................................ EDOUARD L. PIOU Associate Vice Pr esident, Governmental Relations ..... ...... .......... .............. KATHY BETANCOURT Inspector General ... . ....... .... ... ........................ ..... .... .................................. J MICHAEL PEPPERS Assoc i ate Dean, Academic Affairs .. ...................................... ...... .............................. MARK AMEN Associate Dean, Faculty Development, Planning & Programs ................... MAR I LYN MYERSON Assoc i ate Dean Research & Operations .................................................. .. .... DIANE TeSTRAKE Coordinator Advising ..................................................... .... ....... ...................... CARMEN BURTON Coordinator Advising ...... .... ... ..... ..... ... ................. ....... ........... ....... ...... ........ ...... ALBERT LATINA BUDGETS, HUMAN RESOURCES AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Director Computing .... .... .................................................... ........ .......... ........ ... MARCELO VERA Director Budgets ....... .. .. ....... ............................ ................................... ........ .... NANCY SERRANO Vice Pres i dent .... ..... ....... . ...... ................. .. ......................... . . ..... ................. . LAUREY T STRYKER Associate Vice President Equal Opportunity Affairs. ........ .......... ..... ................. EDOUARD L. PIOU Sr. Director, Information Technologies. .......................... ................ ........... ... CLAIRE S ROBINSON Director Central Florida Regional Data Center ............................................ ......... JOHN JACKSON Director Human Resources .................... ....................... ........ ...... .................. TRUDIE E. FRECKER Director Information Technology ..... ... ........................ ....... ............ ...... ...... ...... GEORGE W ELLIS Director, Institutional Research & Planning ...................................... ..... ............... JON W BLADES D i rector, Organizational Development & T r aining ..... ...... ......... .... ... ............. SANDRA M. COOPER Coordinator, Victims' Advocacy Program .. ...... ........ ....................................... .... ...... MARYS. REID Director HSC Personnel.. .... ..................... ...... .............. ..... .... .... ...................... SUZANNE M FLAIG Director, Development Office . ..... . .......... ..... ..... . . ... ................. . ............ ..... SUZANNE MOORE Director Health Professions Advis i ng & Medical Technology ................... .... CAROLE HENDRY Chairpersons : Anthropology ....................... ......... ..... ...... ....... .............. . ................ .......... SUSAN GREENBAUM Biology ................................. . ......... ....... .... ................... ... ...... .... ... ........ . ........ .... JOHN ROMEO Chemistry ........ ....... . ..... ....... ........... ..................... ........ ..... ......... ..... ......................... JEFF DAVIS Communication ...................... ....... ..... ................................................ ... ............ ERIC EISENBERG Communication Sciences & Disorders. .............. .... ................................. ARTHUR M GUILFORD Cr i minology ............. ................... ... ............ .... ... ......... ....... .......... ....... .......... WILLIAM R. BLOUNT English ...... .......... .... ............... .... .... .... .... ............ ...... .... .... .................... .............. SARA M DEATS Geography . ..... ..... ........................ ................... . ... ...... ... . ........... ....... . ....... ........ GRAHAM TOBIN ACADEMIC AFFAIRS Geology ....................... ......................... ....... ........... ....................... ... ..... .... MARKT. STEWART Gerontology .. ............... ..... ............................... . . .......... ......................... ... .... ..... WILLIAM HALEY Government & International Affairs .................... ....... ........ ..... .... .............. MICHAEL T GIBBONS Provost & Executive Vice President... ...... ...... .... ...... .... ........ .. .............. .... .......... THOMAS J TIGHE V i ce Provost ............................................................................................ . CATHERINE BATSCHE Vice Provost : .......... ....................... .. ................ ....... ........ .............. ..... ....... TENNYSON J. WRIGHT History ........................ ...... ................ ......... : ... ........ ...... ..................... .......... JOHN BELOHLAVEK Humanities & American Studies. .......... .... ........................ . .... .... .................... ..... SILVIO GAGG I Marine Science ... .................... .............................. ............ .... ..... ..... ............... PETER J BETZER Associate Provost ...... .. ... ........................................................ ................ ........ .... JEAN R LINDER Mathematics ......................... ............... ....... .... . ... .. ...... ..... ....... ........... ..... .......... RICHARD STARK Associate Provost ..................... ........................... ...... ...... ...................... BARBARA R SHERMAN Associate Vice President ..... ............................................ ...... ........ .... ... ..... BERNARD A MACKEY Associate Vice President ..... ........... . .......... ............. ............ ..... ................. .......... DENYS BLELL Assistant Vice President ............. .... .... .................... .. ....................... .................... CAROL J ROLF Directors : Academic Budgets ............. ........ ...... ............. . ...... . ............... ................. .. GARY M STEPHENS Academic Computing .... .... ..... .............. ........ ... ....... . ................. ... .................. J A LLEWELLYN Academ i c Program Planning & Review ...................... .............. .............. KATHLEEN M MOORE Philosophy ............... . ............ ........... ....... .......... ...... ........ .............. .... . ... ...... ........ WILLIS TRUITI Physics ......... ... ............. ....... ..... ........ . .................... ........... .... ... ........................... ROBERT CHANG Psychology ......... ........ .... ................ . ....... ...... ............ . ...................... ..... ..... EDWARD L. LEVINE Rehabilitation Counseling ................ ....... ....... ............... ......................................... JOHN RASCH Religious Studies ............. ... ............. ........................................... .... ............ DARRELL FASCHING Sociology .......... ............................. ..... ................. ............ ....... ....... .... ....... DO NI LEEN LOSEKE Women's Studies ............. ............... . .......................... ..... ...... ....... ................. LINDA McALISTER Directors : Center for Teaching Enhancement ....... .... .... ....................... ........ .............. .......... JAMES EISON Collective Bargaining .... ............... ....................... ....... ....... ......................... ........ PHILIP L. SMITH Distance & Technology Mediated Learning .. .............. ............. ....... ...... .. ANDREW J BARRETI Africana Studies Program .. ................................................................................... NAVITA JAMES Inst i tute forBiomolecular Sdences ....................... .... ............................ MARY JANE SAUNDERS Institute of Government ..... .................... ................. ..................... .. ....................... VIRGINIA ROO Economic Development and Technology Deployment Center .... ............. RICHARD STREETER Florida Institute of Oceanography ......... ............................................................ JOHN C OGDEN Florida Policy Exchange Center on Aging ......................................................... LARRY POLIVKA Institute on Aging ............. ..... ....... .... ........... ....... ..... ..... .......................... JAMES A MORTIMER Institute on Black Life ............... .... ......................... ... ........ .... .................................. JUEL H SMITH International Affairs Center ... ............................................ ....................... ........ ....... MARK T ORR English Language Institute . ..................................... ..... ................. ..................... JEFFRA FLAITZ School of Mass Communications .......... ........................... ... .. ... .................. ... JAY FRIEDLANDER Divis i on of Languages & Linguistics. ...... .... .... .............. ........ .... .... .............. CHRISTINE PROBES School of Library & Information Sciences ................. ....... ........................... KATHLEEN McCOOK School of Social Wor k .................................... ........ ....... ......... ....................... ........ JEAN AMUSO Public Broadcasting ................ ......... ................................. ..... . ............. ...... ....... JAMES B HECK Coalition for Science Literacy .................................................................. ...... GERRY G MEISELS Tampa Campus Library. .... ....... .... ..... ...... ................. ...... ......... ....... ............. SAM FUSTUKJIAN UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 16

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ORGANIZATION AND PERSONNEL College of Business Administration College of Education (continued) Dean ....................... ..... ....... .... .................. ............... ..... ..... ................... ROBERT L. ANDERSON Associate Dean for Graduate Stud i es ...................................................... .... RICHARD L. MEYER Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies ................... ........... ...................... THOMAS E NESS Associate Dean for Public Affa irs ................................................. ... .......... RICHARDT. BOWERS Chairpersons : Economics ... ... .............. ..... . ... .......... ............................ .................... .. ......... JOHN W ROWE JR. F i nance ..................................................................................... ............... ..... RICHARD L. MEYER Informat i on Systems & Dec i sion Sc i ences .................... ....... ................... .... .......... PAUL CHENEY Management .... .... ................... ......... ... .. ........................ ......... ................ ....... . G ALAN BALFOUR Marketing .................................. ........ ...................... ............................. WILLIAM B LOCANDER Directors : Development .... ............ ..... ................ ..... ........ .......... ........ ... ............................ ...... JOE TOMAINO Educational Research Center for Child Development.. ... ........................ . . MARK CASERT ANO Flor i da Center for Instructional Computing ................. ............................................ ANN BARRON Graduate Programs .............. ..... . . ... ... ............. ..................... ..... ......... . CONSTANCE V HINES Grants & Contracts .... .... .... ..... ... .... .................. ........................ ... .... LILLIAN BAUTISTA-MYERS Greater Tampa Bay Spec i al Education Consortium ....... ............... .... ........ MICHAEL CH URTON Institute for At-Risk Infants Children & Youth and Their Fam i lies .................. ... ... LYNN LAVEL y Institute for I nstructional Research & Practice. .............. ....... ... .................... ...... ... LYNN LA VEL y Institute for School Reform Integ r ated Serv i ces & Child Menta l Health & Education Policy ....................... GEORGE BATSCHE/HOWARD KNOFF National Resource Center for Middle Grades/ Center for Economic & Management Research ........................... .... ......... .............................. TBA Center for Professional Development ..................................... .............. .... .............................. TBA Institute of Banking & Finance. ....................................................... ... ....... ........ JAMES L. PAPPAS MBA Programs ................................ ..... .................................. .. .. ... . . . STEVEN A BAUMGARTEN School of ................................................. .... ....... ....... .... .......... ROBERT M KEITH Small Business Development Center ................................................................ .W SCOTT FARIS High School Educat i on ...................................................... ........................... SANDRA SCHURR Program Review ................................... ................ ................................. .... JUDY R WILKERSON School Management Institute ................................... ......... ......................... KAROLYN J SNYDER South Florida Educational Plann i ng Council ............................... .... ................... DICK J PUGLISI Stavros Center for Free Enterpr i se & Economic Education ............. ................. DICK J PUGLISI SunCoast Area Teacher Training (SCATT) Program (Interim) ..... ................... HILDA ROSSELLI SunCoast Area Teacher Training Center for Excellence. .................................. ...... JOSUE CRUZ College of Education Teacher Evaluation & Assessment Center ........................................ ... ............. DON PETERSON Technology Services & Resources ...... ............ .............. .... ........... .............. .... CRAIG WOOLLEY Dean .... ................................................. ... ..... ... ...................... .............. .... ..... STEVEN B. PERMUTH Upward Bound ... ........... ... .... ..................... .................. ..... ............ ...................... ROBERT DAVIS Assoc i ate Dean, Adm i nistration ........................................ ..... ................. EDWARD J GLICKMAN Assoc i ate Dean Academic Affairs ............................................ ............... CONSTANCE V H I NES Ass i stant Dean Education/Bus i ness Partnerships ............................................ DICK J. PUGLISI College of Engineering Assistant Dean, Student Academic Services ... . ................ ...... .... ..... ................... JANE YOUNG Chairpersons : Dean ........ ... ................. .... . .................................. ............................. ... .......... .... MICHAEL G. KOVAC Adult Vocational Education & Human Resource Development Education .............. BILL BLANK Associate Dean for Academics .................... ....... .... .... ..... ........ ... ....... .. MELVIN W. ANDERSON Childhood/Language Arts/Reading Education ................ ................... .......... STEPHEN GRAVES Associate Dean for Computer Applications ......... ...... ............................. ........... J.A. LLEWELLYN Educational Leadership (lnterim). .......................... ............................ . ........ .......... ART SHAPIRO Associate Dean for Research ................. ................................... ... .... ..... ROBERT P CARNAHAN Educational Measurement & Researcll ................................................... ......... ...... BRUCE HALL Assistant Dean ...... .... ............ ..... ...... ............................................. ............ ANDREW J BARRETT Psychological & Social Foundations .... .................................... ........ ............... MICHAEL CURTIS School of Physical Education, Wellness & Sports Studies ............ ... ...... .... ... ... LOUIS BOWERS Cha i rpersons : Chemical Eng i neering .... .......... ........... .................................................. . .... RICHARD GILBERT Secondary Education .......................... ......................... ..................................... ....... ED STEINER Special Education (Interim). ............................. .. ......................... . ..... ........ ..... BETTY EPANCHIN Civil and Environmental Engineering ........................................ .......... WILLIAM c CARPENTER Computer Sc i ence & Engineering ............................ ......... ... ........ ..... .......... ABRAHAM KANDEL Directors : Electrical Eng i neering ............. ......................... ...... ..... ................. ....... . . ...... E.K. STEFANAKOS David C Anchin Center for Advancement of Teaching ....................... WILLIAM KATZENMEYER Industrial and Management Systems Engineering ..... .... ................................... PAUL E GIVENS Center for Arts & Human Developmen t... .................................... ................ BARBARA KAZANIS Mechanical Engineering ......... ..... ....................... ........................... ....... .... ... RONALD HOWELL Center for Child & Family Stud i es .................. ..................................................... JAN McCARTHY Centers of Emphasis ............................. .................. ......... ... .............. . ....... ...... JACK GRISHAM Center for the Study of Child-Wr i t ing ........................... .......... ...... ............................. JAMES KING Directors : Center for M i croelectron i cs Resea rch (Interim) ....... ....... .... ...... ...... ...... ROBERT P. CARNAHAN Center for Urban Transportat i on Research .......... ...... ...... ... .................................. GARY BROSCH Center for the Study of Migrant Education .. ................. .................... ANN CRANSTON GINGRAS Development ................. .... .................................................. .... ................ JOANN ALESSANDRIN I Center for the Study of Technology in Physical Activity ........................................ LOU BOWERS Children's Center ........ .................. ... ..... . ........... ...... ..... ...... ............ ......... JAMES W BARNARD Florida Engineering Education Delivery Systems ........................................ ANDREW BARRETT Minority Enginee r ing Program .......................................... ........ ...................... . JOY A. O'SHIELDS College Reach-Out ............. .................................. ......... .... ...... ........... JAMES SWEETING JR. Southern Technology Applications Center ...................... ................................. W LES CAHOON UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 17

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ORGANIZATION AND PERSONNEL College of Fine Arts Undergraduate Studies and Community College Relations Dean ................. ................. ... ........... .... .................... ........... . ...... ... .... ........ ...... JOHN L. SMITH, JR Associate Dean for Administration ............ . ... ...... ................... .............. ...... ....... JOHN W. COKER Associate Dean for Student & Academic Affairs ...... ............................. .......... ... SANG-HIE LEE Dean ........ .............. .... ... ......... ...................... .... ........ ................. .................... W. ROBERT SULLINS Associate Dean ...... . ... ......................... .... ........ ........ ........................................ ..... ........... ..... TBA Assistant Dean ..... ............. .... ........... .... ........ ..... ....... ... ........ ....... .............. STUART SILVERMAN Chairpersons : Directors: Dance ... .... ....... ......... ...... ... ........ .......... ................... ....... ...................... ....... ...... TIMOTHY WILSON Theatre DENIS CALANDRA Visual Arts ............ ..... ........ ......... ... . . ........ ............. ..... ..... ............................ WALLACE WILSON Directors: Development .. ....... ............................. ................... ....... .... .................................. SANDRA TABOR Events Admin i stration ..................................... ........... ..... ..................... ............... CARL MUSSON Evaluation & Testing ....... ... ....... ... .... ........ ... ......... .............. ... ........ . ............ TERESA FLATEBY Honors Program/Exchange Programs .... . .... .... ... ......... ................ ........... STUART SILVERMAN Military/ROTC: Air Force ROTC .. ... ............. ............ . ..... ..... .. ............. ... ................ ........ L T COL JAN T. KINNER Army ROTC ... ... .... ............. ......... ...................... ... ........ .... ......... ..... LT COL GLORIA ATKINSON Fine Arts Production ........ ...... ............... ...... .............. ... .... ...... .... . ............. ... PATRICK FINELLI Institute for Research in ArtGraphlcStudio ............................... .... ............ ... ............... HANK HINE Distance and Technology Mediated Learning USF Contemporary Art Museum ..... ....... ....... .......... ... .......................... ....... MARGARET MILLER School of Music ........ ...... .... .................. . ...... .............. .... ..... ...... ... ......... CHRISTOPHER DOANE Directors: Distance and Technology Mediated Learning (DTML) (Acting) ............... ANDREW J BARRETI Senior Associate Director ...... .......... ..... .... ........... ... ..... ........ .......... . ...................... LYNN REJNIAK Florida Mental Health Institute Associate Director .... ... ... .... .................... .......... ...... ....... ............... .... ........... LARRY McLAUGHLIN Florida Engineering Education Delivery System ......... ............ ANDREW J BARRETI Dean ...... ........ ....... ... .... ....... ... .......................... . . ................................ .............. ... DAVID L. SHERN Assistant Dean ... ........ ......... ... ................. .................. ... . .... ........ .... ............... CYNTHIA J STARK Director, Administration ........... ............... .................. ..... ..... .... . ........ ..... .... ......... FRANCIS PARIS Chairpersons : Aging & Mental Health .... ............ .... .............. ......... .... ... .... ....... ...... ......... . ........ DONNA COHEN Child & Family Studies. ........... .... ..... .... .... . .... ............... .............................. ROBERT FRIEDMAN Community Mental Health ..... ..................................... ... ... .... ......... ....... ...... .... ....... GREG TEAGUE Mental Health, Law & Policy ... .... ...... .... .................................... ..................... ..... JOHN PETRI LA Open University ...... ............... ...... .... ....... ........ . ..... ................ .... .... .............. .... THOMAS WILSON Assistant Director for Audiovisual Services ... ........ ... ......... ......... ...................... JAMES HASKINS Supervisors: Academic Productions ... .... ..... . ....... ....... ... ................. .... .... .... .... ........... . CLAUDIA JARMILLLO Network Services ............. ................... ............ .... .................................................. ANDY BRYAN Film and Video Distribution ..... ......... ... . . .......... ........... ..... ... .......................... JACKIE FECHTER Graphic Design ...... ..... ..... ....... ... .... ............ . ...................... ..... .................... ..... .... . RAY COOPER Media Supplies and Services ................... ................. ............ ...... .......................... DON MEARES Teleconferences ...... ... . ..... ..... ..................... ... ............. .............. ......... ............. JACKIE FECHTER Directors: Center for Autism & Related Dlsorders ... .............. . .... .................... . ...... ............... GLEN DUNLAP Children, Youth & Families Professional Developmen!Centre ... .... . ......... ........ JOHN MULLINS School of Continuing Education Clinical Psychology Internship Program ........................ .... ........ ....... ....... RICHARD WEINBERG Forensic Evaluation & Consultation Centec ............. .... ................. ..... .... ............... JOHN PETRILA Multicultural Mental Health Program ................... ...................... ................... RICHARD BRISCOE Research & Training Center for Children's Mental Health ............. .... ......... .... ... ... .... .............. . ...... .......... ..... ............... ROBERT FRIEDMAN The USF Center for HIV Education & Research ................... ....... ............. .......... MICHAEL KNOX University Head Start ........ ... .................. ...................................... .................... JOLEANA FERRO Dean (Interim) .... ............ ....... ....................... ... .............. ............ ...... ... .......... .... RICHARD TAYLOR Directors: Administration ...... ... .... ...... .... .......... .... ...................... ....... ....... ....... ............ W. LYNN ROBERTS Community Music. ...... ................ . ....... ...... ........ ................. ....... ........ .......... . ... JACQUES LINDER Conferences & Institutes ......... ........... ......... ........... . ..................... ........ ..... LAURA ELLENBURG English Language lnstitute ................. ... .............. ........... ..... . .... ...... ............... ...... JEFFRA FLAITZ Executive MBA . ....... ............ ..................... .... ................................................. ........... MARIAN HILL Florida Center for Writers ..... ........................ ... . ....... .... ......... ... ... .... ....... .... .......... STEVEN RUBIN Graduate School FMHl ............. ... ..... ......................... ..... .... ..... ....... .......... ....... ...... .......... ....... PATRICIA CAMERON Institute of Government ....... ......... ....... .... ............ ............. ............. ........ .... ............ VIRGINIA ROO Dean (Interim) .................. ...... ....................... . .......... ....... ...... ... ...... ........ DONNA L. DICKERSON Director, Graduate Admissions ..... . ................... .................... ....... ..................... .... DAN NICCUM Coordinators: Academic Support Services ... .......... ...................... .... . ...... ......... .... . ..... PATRICIA PEKOVSKY Minority Programs ........ .... . .......... ............ ...................... .......... ... ..... ..... ... ... ... ........ ..... ROD HALE Manuscript Consultant/Editorial Asst. ......... .................... ............. . ......... .... ... ...... LINDA DETMAN Lifelong Learning ........ .... ..... .......... ........... ........ ......... ................................ LAGRETIA LENKER Marketing ................... ........ ...... ...... ..... .................... ... .............. ....... ......... ELISSA HENDERSON MBA for Physicians ........................... ...... ..... .... ..... ...... .................. .................. ...... MARIAN HILL Mediation ............ ... ...... ................. ................ ............ ........................ .... GREGORY FIRESTONE Overseas Study ........... .... ....... ...... ... ........ ............... . ....... . ......... .... .............. ............ JULIE HALE Professional Development Center .... ................ ..... ....................................... .... ............... ... . .... TBA Public Health ....... ............ ............ ...... .......... ....... ........ .. ... ................... .......... VIRGINIA PHILLIPS Senior Programs .................... ..... ........ ......... .......... ...... ....... .................. ...... LEE LEAVENGOOD Special Programs (PACE/Merit) (Interim) ...... ............................. ........ ............. CAROL HARNEIT UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 18

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ORGANIZATION AND PERSONNEL MEDICAL AFFAIRS Health Sciences Center College of Medicine, continued Vice President for Health Sciences ..... ....................... ......... ...... ..................... MARTIN L. SILBIGER Ophthalmology ... ...... ... ................................................ ......................... ....... J JAMES ROWSEY Executive Associate Vice President for Health Sciences. ........................ GREGORY R. NICOLOSI Pathology & Laboratory Medicine ............... ........... . . ...... ... .... ... .................. SANTO V NICOSIA Associate Vice President for Health Sciences Planning .................. ............. .... .......... ....... ........ TBA Assistant Vice President for Faculty Affairs ......... ........... ..... ..... ....... ........................ PAULA KNAUS Assistant Vice Pres i dent for Health Affairs .............................. ..................... JOHN P. LISTON, JR. Assistant Vice Pres i dent for Medical Affairs . ..... ........ ...... ...... ....................... JOANN M KOEHLER Pediatrics .......... .. ........... ..... .............. ....... ..................................... .... ...... ............... JAIME L. FRIAS Pharmacology & Therapeutics ..... ...................................... ..... ............. ............ .... LYNN WECKER Physiology & Biophys i cs ..... ... ........ ..................... ..... .... ............. ........ ............. BRUCE G. LINDSEY Psychiatry & Behavioral Medicine .......... ..... ...... ... ............. ... .................... ANTHONY J. READING Directors : Radiology (Acting) ........... ............. . ..... . ....... .................... ...... ............... .. ......... ROBERT CLARK Ambulatory .... ........... ............... ........................................... .... ... ...... ......... BARBARA C CORDELL Surgery .......................... .......................................... ............................... ........ LARRY C CAREY Development .... .......... .... .... ............ ......... ........ ........ .... ........... ....... .... ............... RANKIN HARRIS Laboratory Animal Med i c i ne ............................... .... ................ ...... ......... ROBERT W ENGELMAN Health Sciences Center Library ................................... ...... ............ ..... ...... BEVERLY SHATTUCK College of Nursing Medical Health Admlnistration ........... ..... ................................ . ........ .... ........ DELORES 0 CRAIG Personnel . .... ........... ..... ....... .... .......... ..... ........ . ..... ........... ..................... .... ... SUZANNE M. FLAIG Dean (Interim) ........ ...... ... ... ............ . ..... ..... ..... ................................ . ..... ... .... PATRICIA A. GORZKA Public Affairs ........... ................ ...... ......... .......... ...... .......... ........ ........ . ....... ......... MICHAEL HOAD Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies .............................................. LOIS LOWRY Suncoast Gerontology ............... .... ......................................... ....... ... ........ ..... ERIC A. PFEIFFER Associate Dean for Graduate Studies (lnterim) ... ...... ...................... .......... ........ LINDA E. MOODY Associate Dean for Student Affairs ..................................... .... .................. PATRICIA A. GORZKA Directors: College of Medicine Continuing Education . ...... ................ .......................... ................ ............................ .............. . TBA Research .......... ...... ...... ................................................................. ........ ........ . LINDA E MOODY Dean of the College of Medicine ....... ......... ...... .............................................. MARTIN L.. SILBIGER Executive Associate Dean of the College of Medicine ....................................... JOHNS. CURRAN Associate Dean & PresidenVCEO-Faculty Practice Plan .......... .... .......... RICHARD P HOFFMAN Associate Dean for Administration ....... ........ ...... ............ ........................... .... JOANN M KOEHLER Coordinators : Fort Myers Campus R. N Sequence .. ..... ...... ................................ ........ DENISE S HEINEMANN Informatics .... ........... .............. ... .................. ........................ ........... .... ......... PATRICIA BORNICK Nursing Learning Resource Center .................. ....... ......... ............. ................... CAROL NORMAN Associate Dean for Clinical Education, Moffitt Cancer Center & Research lnstitute. ... ... ....................................................................................... JOHN HORTON Sarasota Campus R N Sequence ........ ................................. .......... ..... ......... ELAINE SLOCUM St. Petersburg Campus R.N. Sequence .. .. .......................................... ...... M CHARLENE LONG Associate Dean for Graduate Medical Education ............ . ....... ................... ......... PETER J FABRI Tampa Campus R.N Sequence ................ ............................................ BARBARA A. REDDING Associate Dean for Research & Graduate Affairs .......... ... ............ JOSEPH J KAZANOWSKI, JR. Associate Dean for Student Affairs ....... ............. ..... .................. ..... .......... ... RANDOLPH MANNING Director of Admissions ................................................. .... .................... ................... JAY S LAYMAN College of Public Health Director of Continuing Medical Education .... . ....................................... DEBORAH SUTHERLAND Director of Student Affairs. ........ ..... .......... .............. .... ............................... CAROLYN W NICOLOSI Dean ...... ......... .................. ................. ....... ................... ....................... .......... CHARLES S MAHAN Chairpersons : Executive Associate Dean ......... ................ ..... ....... .... ... ...... ..................... . ... ... PHILLIP J. MARTY Anatomy ......................... ....... .............. ....... ........... .......... .................. JOHANNES A .G. RHODIN Chairpersons : Anesthesiology ............................. . .... .... .... ..... ................. .... ..... ........................ JOHN B DOWNS Community & Family Health .......... ........ ........................ .............. ..... ... ROBERT J. McDERMOTT Biochemistry & Molecular Biology ...... .... .......... ..................... ..... ....... LARRY P SOLOMONSON Environmental & Occupational Health ........... ... ..... .................... ......... ........ STUART M. BROOKS Family Medicine .... ... . ................ ...................................................... H JAMES BROWNLEE, JR. Epidemiology & Biostatistics ...... .................. .......... ..... ....... ............ ............ PAUL E. LEAVERTON Internal Medicine ......... .......... ....... ..... .... ........... ....... ......... ........................... ALLAN L. GOLDMAN Health Policy & Management.. ........................................................................ JAMES STUDNICKI Medical Microbiology & Immunology ............................................. .............. HERMAN FRIEDMAN Director Florida Health Information Center ....... ............ .......... ............................ JAY WOLFSON Neurology ......................................................... .................... .... ......... .......... .... LEON D PROCKOP Obstetrics/Gynecology .............. ............................................................... WILLIAM N SPELLACY UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 19

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ORGANIZATION AND PERSONNEL USF School of Architecture & Community Design USF at FORT MYERS Dean ........................................................................ ...... .......... ................ ALEXANDER RATENSKY Interim Director, Florida Center for Community Design & Research ........................ JOHN MARSH Campus Dean & Executive Officer .......... .... .......... ........ .............................. DAVID C. McCORMICK Directors: Enrollment Services ....... . ......................................... . ................................ ............ DONNA FECIK USFatST.PETERSBURG Student Affairs ............ .... ............................................. ................................ ..... LINDA SUMMERS ECC/USF Learning Resources. .......... .............. ..... ........................................ CHARLES RITCHIE Campus Dean & Executive Officer ...... ........ .............. ...................................... H. WILLIAM HELLER Associate Dean, Academic Affairs .................................................... WINSTON T BRIDGES, JR. USF at LAKELAND Directors : Administration & Finance .............. .. ...... .......... .............................. .............. HERMAN J. BRAMES Dean & Executive Officer ... .................................................. ................ ........ ..... YVONNE RALSTON Advancement ...... ..................... .......... .......................................................................... LEE MIKELL Assistant Dean for Academic Services .. ......................... ... ... ........ .... ... PATRICIA MARTINI-CLARK Ethics Center .... ..................... .................. ........ .................................................... PETER FRENCH Director Administrative Services ................................... .................. ....... ............ ..... ANNE PHILLIPS Library ........................................... . . ..... ......... .............. ..................... F LANDON GREAVES, JR. Student Affairs ............................ ...... ...... ................................... ... ...................... STEPHEN RITCH Chairpersons : Marine Science lnstitue ............. ......... .......................... .... .................... ..... ......... . PETER BETZER ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES Vice President ... ......... ........... ........ ................. .............. ........ ...................... .... ALBERT C HARTLEY USFatSARASOTA Associate Vice President, Administrative Services ....... ........... ...... ... ................ RICKARD FENDER Directors: Campus Dean & Executive Officer .......... ............ ............................................. DAVID P SCHENCK Associate Dean, University Programs. ........ ...... ............................................... JANNA C. MERRICK Directors: Administrative Affairs ................... .... ..................... .... ...... ............................... LYNDA BLOCK-HILL Advancement ... ........... ..... ........ ................ ................ ........ .............. .... ............ SANDRA KRAWETZ Media Center ............................................ .................................................................... KIM GROHS Physical Plant & Facilities. ........ ...... ...... ........ ...... ............................ ............... ... THOMAS J. PENN Records and Registration ........................... ................................................. NANCY E FERRARO Auxiliary Services ...... .............. ........ ................. ........ .......... ........ ... ............. ............. .. JEFF MACK Environmental Health & Safety ........................ ... ... ......... ....... ....................... .... SELDON CARSEY Facilities Planning & Construction ............... ..... ...... ................................. ............. STEVEN GIFT Finance & Accounting ........... ........... ............................. .... ............ ..................... ... ERIC WALDEN Physical Plant ........ ............. .............. ....................... ................ ..... ...................... ADRIAN CUARTA Public Safety ...... ........................ .......... .............................. ............... ....... ...... .. PAUL A. URA VI CH Purchasing .................................. ..... ... ............................... ............... .......... .... ANITA MOUNTAIN Sun Dome, lnc ..... ................. ..... ................... ..... .......... .......... ............ .... ........... ....... MIKE LAPAN Librarian ... .......... .................. ......... ......... ............... ................. ............... ............ JOAN M. PELLAND OFFICE OF RESEARCH NEW COLLEGE of USF Vice President ... .......... ....... .... .................... .............. .......... ... ................. ... GEORGE R NEWKOME Dean & Warden ...................... ........ ................... ............. ................ GORDON E MICHALSON, JR. Chairpersons : Humanities .............. ....... ..................... .................... ...... ................. ........ ..... . . STEPHEN T. MILES Natural Sciences .............. ................ ... ... .... ................................... ......................... LEO S DEMSKI Social Sciences ................... ...................... ........... ................ . .... ............. . ..... GORDON B BAUER Directors : New College Admissions .... .... ................ .............. ...................... ...... .... .... KATHLEEN M KILLION New College Student Affairs .......................................... ... .............. ........ ........ MARK A JOHNSON Special Project Development... ........................................... .... .... ................... JAMES W. FEENEY Associate Vice President, Patents & Licensing .............. ..................... ...... KENNETH PRESTON Executive Ass i stant, Administration ......................................... ... ............ ....... RHONDA HENDRIX Execut i ve Assistant, Finance. . ................... . . ............ .... .......... ......... . ................ LINDA HA YES Executive Director Florida Institute of Phosphate Research. ............... ............. PAUL CLIFFORD Executive Director Research Foundation .......................... ... ................ KENNETH G PRESTON Director, Comparative Biomedicine .............................. .... ............... ..... ROBERT W ENGLEMAN Director Compliance Services (Acting) ................. ............ ....................... RICHARD F WALKER Director Research Programs (Acting) ....................................... ........................ PRISCILLA POPE Director USF Cares .... ................ ........................... .... ................................. RICHARD F WALKER UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 20

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ORGANIZATION AND PERSONNEL STUDENT AFFAIRS UNIVERSITY ADVANCEMENT V i ce P r esident ....... .......... ......................... ......... . ......................... ...... . ........... HAROLD L. NIXON Associate Vice President Student Life & Wellness ............................ ........ ...... WILMA J HENRY Associate V i ce President Enrollment Planning & Management.. ...... ............ BRUCE BURSACK Assistant Vice President Academic Support & Achievement ........................ THELMA BENTON Associate Dean Student Jud i c ial Serv i ces .... .... ..................... .. .. .. .................... JOHN HOLLWAY Execut i ve Ass i stant (Interim) ................ . ..... .... ............................. .... ............ ........... LUZ ARCILA Dir ectors : Admiss i ons .... ............... .... .......................... ..... ...... ........... ......... ................... MARK RUBINSTEIN Adult & Transfer Student Serv i ces ........................ ................ ............................. MARSHA LOGAN Campus Recreation .... ........................................................ ...... ...... .............. ANDREW HONKER Career Resource Center ................ .... .............................................................. DREMA HOWARD Counseling Center fo r Human Development.. .............................................. WILLIAM D ANTON Financial Aid ........................ ....... .................................. ..... .... .................. .......... LEONARD GUDE Marshall Center ...... ....... .................. . . ......... .... .................. ............... ..... ..... .............. LUIS VISOT New Student Orientation .......... ........ .... ...... .... .................. .. CYNTHIA A. SWARTZFAGER-VISOT Registrar ....... .... .... ....... ............. ............. .......... .................. . ....... ................... ANGELA DEBOSE Residence Halls (lnter im} .... . .............. ..... .............. ........... ........ ..... ............. JOANNE RISACHER Student Academic Support System ........ ...... ...... ...... ............................................. JANE G REED Vice President ................ ...... ... ..... ......................... ......... ................. .... ............ KATHY L. STAFFORD Associate Vice President Development .... .... .... .............. ............................... ... VICKI MITCHELL Assoc i ate Vice President, Public Affairs ..... .... ..................... ........................... HARRY BATTSON Vice President, Alumni Affairs. ...... .... .... .... ...... .................................. LOREN TAYLOR .chief Financial Officer, USF Foundation ...... ........ ........................ .... ....................... JOHN SCOTT Directors : Advancer:nent Services .. ...... ............ ................................... ..... .... ....... ... .......... VICKY MEDLOCK Community Advancement/African-American Community .... ............................ PATRICIA SCOTT Community. ...... ..... ....... .......... ..... .................. DONNA PARRINO Community Relations . ............. .... ................................... .......... . . ........ JENNIFER O'FLANNERY Corporate and Foundation Relations ........................................ .... ....................... RON SHERMAN Health Sc i ences Development & Alumni Affa irs. ......... ........ ............................. RANKIN HARRIS Giv i ng.: ....... ........... ........ .... .... ....................... ..... .................. .............. RICHARD GRIFFIN Pubhc Ceremonies . ....... .... .......... . ......... .......... ..................................... JENNIFER O'FLANNERY : ................ ... ................................................ ... ................................................ .... ...... TBA Special Gifts ...... ..... .... ........ . ............... . ......... ....................... .... ...... ..... ....... ........ STEVE BRAGIN Student Health Serv i ces .. ................ .... ........ ................ ................. ...... ........ MARIA J ANDERSON Student Publications ................................................................... .... ..... ....... .... ... JAY LAWRENCE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 21

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INSTITUTIONAL SERVICE AREA POPULATION 8 County Service Area Population = 763 794 Florida A&M University Established 1887 18-County Service Area Population = 562,271 Note All population values are estimates for 1995 based on the 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 : 1996 Florida Statist i cal Abstract Table 1 .31 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 State University System Statewide Service Area Population = 14 149,317 University of South Florida Established 1956 15-County Service Area Population= 4 026,083 FAU & U S P S hare Hendry County Hardee D e S oto Charlotte Lee Hendry University of North Florida Established 1965 7-County Service Area Population = 1 278 679 University of Florida Established 1853 Statewide Service Area Population = 14, 149 317 University of Central Florida Broward Established 1963 11-County Service Area Population= 2 677 988 Florida Atlantic University Established 1961 7-County Service Area Population= 2,772,779 FAU & FIU s hare Broward county Florida International Established 1965 3-County Service Area Population= 3,461,390 22

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STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM SERVICE AREA HIGHLIGHTS 1994-95 1995 1995 HIGH SCHOOL POPULATION (E) GRADUATES SUS % of UNIVERSITIES Total Total Headcount Central Florida 2,677,988 17% 18,311 Florida* Florida A& M 562,271 4% 4,133 Florida Atlantic** + 2,772,779 18% 16,224 Florida International + 3,461,390 22% 22,823 Florida State* North Florida 1,278,679 8% 8,244 South Florida** 4,026,081 26% 23,473 West Florida 763,794 5% 6,657 Totol 15,542,982 100% 99,865 Statewide Service ** Hendry County shared; county population is included in both universities + Broward County shared; county population is included in both universities (E) April 1, 1990 Census Counts and April 1, 1995 Population Estimates SOURCE: 1994-95 SUS Fact Book Table 11 1996 Florida Statistical Abstract, Tables 1.31, 4.82 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 1994-95 HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES % WHO CONTINUED in Comm. Fla. Univ. Colleges & Colleges 35% 17% 32% 14% 25% 21% 35% 24% 30% 22% 31% 22% 33% 17% 32% 20% 1994-95 SUS Headcount % of Enrollment Total 25,363 13% 38,317 19% 9,650 5% 17,367 9% 26,040 13% 28,794 15% 9,777 5% 34,907 18% 7,716 4% 197,931 100% 23

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UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA as a part of The State University System 1994-95 USF SUS USF % of SUS Student Enrollment Headcount (BOR) 34,907 197,931 18% FTE (BOR) 19,317 123,222 16% Ranked Faculty Full-time Headcount 1,565 8,427 19% Manyears 1,763 11, 142 16% A & P Manyears 555 3,452 16% USPS Manyears 2,515 16,002 16% Degree Programs Approved* 185 547 34% Operating budgets State Appropriations $206,916,000 $1,222,512,000 17% All Sources $432,238,000 $2,553,081,000 17% Upduplicated count, includes all levels; but does not consider tracks within programs Source: 1994-95 SUS Fact Book, Table 11, 12, 23, 41, 48, 50 and 53 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 24

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1995 POPULATION Total Age 15-24 Age 25-44 STATE OF FLORIDA 14,149,317 1,696,836 4,127,110 Charlotte 127,646 10,676 26,574 Collier 186,504 17,459 48,692 DeSoto 26,640 3,487 7,558 Glades 8,551 1,075 2,084 Hardee 22,885 3,414 6,421 Hendry* 29,497 4,556 8,223 Hernando 117,895 10,236 23,829 Highlands 77,270 6,733 14,331 Hillsborough 892,874 115,928 289,441 Lee 376,702 35,603 96,290 Manatee 233,160 21,998 58,154 Pasco 305,576 27,751 67,032 Pinellas 876,200 83,815 239,396 Polk 443,153 53,507 117,032 Sarasota 301,528 24,040 68,379 Service Area Total 4,026,081 420,278 1,073,436 SOURCE: 1995 Florida Statistical Abstract, Tables 1.35, 4.82, and 5.10 1994-95 SUS Fact Book, Table 11 and 15 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 USF SERVICE AREA GENERAL INFORMATION 1994 FALL 1995 PERSONAL INCOME HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES UNIVERSITY ENROLLMENT % WHO CONTINUED IN 1995 Comm. Fla. Univ. % Enrolled Per Capita$ Graduates College & Colleges SUS at USF $ 21,767 91,883 32% 20% 209,338 18% 19,222 802 17% 15% 850 50% 30,201 964 28% 20% 1,411 41% 15,618 149 24% 16% 114 44% 13,357 42 26% 14% 35 34% 15,056 163 56% 15% 107 47% 17,630 304 41% 10% 200 35% 16,303 679 41% 20% 840 55% 17,094 357 51% 17% 358 31% 20,058 5,828 24% 28% 16,530 75% 22,055 2,096 30% 18% 3,431 52% 22,753 1, 116 33% 21% 1,916 59% 16,902 1,764 40% 19% 2,332 67% 24,696 4,652 35% 22% 11, 197 60% 17,523 3,040 35% 18% 3,549 51% 29,837 1,517 31% 22% 3,171 50% 23,473 31% 22% 46,041 63% 25

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ENROLLMENT AT USF BY COUNTY WITHIN SERVICE AREA Five Year Headcount History FALL 1992-FALL 1996 Service Area Counties 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 Charlotte 364 381 438 406 397 Collier 549 566 616 565 621 DeSoto 46 47 47 48 49 Glades 6 10 16 12 14 Hardee 61 64 58 48 48 Hendry* 42 41 53 65 70 Hernando 413 444 487 463 401 Highlands 104 112 127 105 112 Hillsborough 11, 163 11,389 11,852 12, 143 12,063 Lee 1,368 1,604 1,753 1,783 1,768 Manatee 1,001 1,023 1,083 1,123 1,029 Pasco 1,300 1,341 1,436 1,535 1,593 Pinellas 6,416 6,467 6,724 6,639 6,775 Polk 1,586 1,625 1,776 1,780 1,703 Sarasota 1,411 1 436 1,558 1,568 1,426 Service Area Total 25,830 26,550 28,024 28,283 28,069 % of Total USF Enrollment 75.6% 76.3% 77.8% 78.2% 77.7% *Shared with Florida Atlantic University SOURCE: RAP/B5BF4FBK15 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 26

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UNIVERSITY ADVANCEMENT 1996 The USF Foundation: The Year in Review "' c j UI = a -0 UI Q) Q. >-I-35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 Total Gifts and Commitments $31,353 970 Deferred Gifts S3 400 000 Pledges $11,800,000 SOURCE : University Advancement "' c j UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 Current Year Cash Receivable $29,713,906 Estate D1str1bul1ons S3 800 000 Pledges Payments $7,300,000 19 8% Corporations 30 0% 33 8% Alumni and Friends 2.9% Foundations 43 5% Other Organiations Sources of Gifts 40% Endowed 4 7% Other Endowments $1,576,681 25.3% Scholarships & Professorships $8,499,494 Distribution of Gifts 27

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UNIVERSITY ADVANCEMENT Foundation Total Investments $135,685,800 (Market Value) 18.3% Quasi Endowment 68.4% Endowment SOURCE: University Advancement UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 1 2% Life Income 1996 Endowment Growth 85/86 $15.1 86/87 87/88 $25.2 88/89 89/90 $39.9 90/91 91/92 92/93 93/94 94/95 $76.0 95/96 $ 2.8 ,___ ________________ ......, Mllllons of Dollars In the last eleven years the USF Endowment has grown 515%. In fiscal year 199596 the endowment grew 22% 28

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UNIVERSITY ADVANCEMENT Alumni Demographics Alumni Statistics Living alumni with a valid address: Number with a bachelors degree : Number with a graduate or professional degree: Alumni Chapters Atlanta Broward County Houston Jacksonville Manatee/Sarasota Miami National Capital Alumni Societies Bachelor of Independent Studies Black Alumni Society College of Business Administration Criminology College of Education SOURCE: University Advancement UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 1996 New York Ohio Orlando Palm Beach Pasco Pinellas County Plant City College of Engineering College of Fine Arts Kosove Alumni Society College of Medicine College of Nursing 108,158 107,106 29,835 Polk Southern California Southwest Florida Tallahassee Tampa College of Public Health Library and Information Science Resident Assistant/Resident Instructor Social Work Cheerleader/Sundolls 29

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LIBRARIES 1995-96 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 961,301 17,512 132,923 2,461 42,294 248,485 168,940 1,573,916 Number of Titles (Book Stock) 636,208 13,446 N/A 1,899 32566 157,165 146,608 987,892 Micro Forms All Types 1,720,153 634 N/A 18,411 543,092 463,748 687,969 3,434,007 Operating Expenditures $7,296,246 $109,073 $1,873,587 $78,917 $342,041 $825,404 $850,052 11,375,320 SOURCE: University Library: 1995 IPEDS Libraries Report UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 30

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UNIVERSITY COMPUTING RESOURCES Total University FALL 1996 Total University 8,464 Microcomputers 670 Terminals 67 Minicomputers 225 SUN/SPARC 29 Servers Central Florida Regional Date Center Mainframe: Host Processors: Direct Access Storage: Tape Storage: Printers: IBM 9672-R32 (VM/ESA MVS/ESA) IBM 9672 R32 IBM RISC/6000 (2) SUN 1000E SUN 5000 (2) Memorex 85PS (2) 250 Gigabytes 25000 Volumes 16 3480 Cartridge Devices 3 IBM 4245 (impact printing) 1 Xerox 4850 (laser output) Operating Environment: MVS, VM, UNIX (AIX and Solaris) Novell Netware Microsoft NT Server Networks: FIRN (Florida Information Resource Network) BITNET (GREN-Academic/Research Network) SUS Network (IBM SNA Network) IBM Information Network Internet (Via Suranet) Access: 100 MEG FDDI Backbone Ethernet and Token Ring Dialup Modern Pools (28.8 Modems, SLIP/PPP) SNA Protocol *Totals do not include UMSA resources (1995/96 USF & CFRDC IRM Performance Reports) SOURCE: Information Technologies UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 31

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INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS Athletic Director Paul Griffin Tampa Campus FALL 1996 Associate Athletic Directors Barbara Sparks-McGlinchy Lee Roy Selmon The University of South Florida is a member of the National Collegiate Athletic Associate and the Conference USA and competes at the Division I Level of competition in the following sports: Men's Baseball Soccer Basketball Tennis Cross Country Track (indoor) Football Track (indoor) Golf Head Coaches: Men's Sports Eddie Cardieri Seth Greenberg Bob Braman Jim Leavitt Jim Fee Logan Fleck Don Barr Bob Braman SOURCE: Intercollegiate Athletics Baseball Basketball Cross Country Football Golf Soccer Tennis Track & Field Indoor and Outdoor UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 Women's Softball Soccer Basketball Tennis Cross Country Track (indoor) Volleyball Track (outdoor) Golf Head Coaches: Women's Sports Jerry Ann Winters Bob Braman Susan Holt Logan Fleck Ken Eriksen Sherry Bedingfield Perri Hankins Bob Braman Basketball Cross Country Golf Soccer Softball Tennis Volleyball Track & Field Indoor and Outdoor 32

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BOARD OF REGENTS APPROVED RESEARCH/SERVICE CENTERS AND INSTITUTES ARCHITECTURE & PLANNING Florida Center for Community Design and Research BUSINESS & MANAGEMENT Center for International Business Center for Economic and Management Research Center for Organizational Effect i veness Small Business Development Center Institute of Banking and F i nance Professional Development Center COMMUNICATIONS Center for Organizational Communication Center for Telecommunication 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 Florida Center for Technology in Physical Activity Educational Research Center for Child Development Institute for At Risk Infants, Child and Youth and their Families National Resource Center for Middle Grades Education Suncoast Area Teacher Training Program (SCATT) Area Center for Educational Enhancement Center for the Study of Child-Writing Institute for Instructional Research and Practice Institute for School Reform Integrated Services & Child Mental Health and Educational Policy School Management Institute Gus A. Stavros Center for Free Enterprise and Economic Education Davi d Anchin Center for the Advancement of Teaching Type I Institute & Center SOURCE : Academic Affairs UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 FALL 1996 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 HEAL TH & HEAL TH SCIENCES Lawton & Rhea Chiles Center for Healthy Mothers and Babies James & Jennifer Harrell Center for Domestic Violence Florida Toxicological Research Center Biostatics and Epidemiology Center fo r Health Research Suncoast Gerontology Center on Health and Longevity Diabetes Center Tampa Bay Cranio-facial Center Florida Policy Exchange Center on Aging Institute for Research in Pychiatry Institute on Aging Florida Public Health Information Center LETTERS Interdisciplinary Center for Greek Studies Center for Writers LIFE SCIENCES Institute of Biomolecular Science Center for Nearshore Marine Science Center for Molecular Design and Recognition MATHEMATICS Center for Mathematical Services Institute for Constructive Mathematics MUL Tl/ INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES Center for Applied Humanities Center for the Arts and Community Center for Urban Ecology NATURAL SCIENCES Institute for Systematic Botany PHILOSOPHY, RELIGION & THEOLOGY Center for Nao-Platonic Studies Center for Social and Political Thought Ethics Center PHYSICAL SCIENCES F l orida Institute of Oceanograph Global Change Research Center Institute 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 & PROTECTIVE SERVICES Center for Community Analysis and Development Center for Public Affairs and Policy Management SOCIAL SCIENCES Center for Applied Anthropology Center for Africa and the Diaspora Institute for Interpretive Human Studies Institute on Black Life Florida China Linkage Institute Florida France Linkage Institute Flor i da Japan Linkage Institute Caribbean and Latin American Studies Center VISUAL & PERFORMING ARTS Institute for Research in Art/Graphicstudio 33

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Continuing Education Programs Initiating Unit Arts & Sciences Business Community Music Conferences & Institutes Education Engineering English Language Institute Fine Arts Florida Mental Health Institute Ft. Myers Programs Lifelong Learning Mediation Pace (Program for Adult Credit Education) Public Health Senior Programs St. Petersburg Travel Studies TOTAL 3-Year NQn-Credil e[Qg[am Data 1993/94 PrQgram Type Conference 13 Workshop 46 Institute 3 Seminar 32 Short Course 359 Special Training Program 103 Independent Study 0 Other -1Z Total Programs 603 THE SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION Program Activity for Noncredit Programs 1995-96 Programs Attendance Conducted All Programs 3 540 71 402 57 776 35 3,603 3 363 2 39 6 559 1 35 20 1,664 2 252 327 4,538 14 329 47 660 2 6 112 1,986 1 9 -19. ___2Q2 722 15,967 1994[95 1995[96 TOTAL STUDENT REGISTRATIONS TOTAL CEU's PRODUCED 18 20 38 74 NUMBER OF FTE GENERATED 5 5 Number of Students 45 31 Awarded CEU's 440 434 Average CEU's Awarded 101 74 Per Student 1 0 __fil ___M 745 722 Total CEU's* FTE** Produced Produced 1,223 8 2.846 235.0 0.547 942.8 2.193 8,005.6 18.618 1, 138.2 2.647 124.8 0.290 10,054.5 23.383 0 0 0.000 2,576.7 5.992 282 2 0.656 7,206 5 6.759 580 6 1.350 82.5 0.192 72.0 0.167 2,582.2 6.005 0.0 0 000 __Q,..Q 0.000 35,107.4 71.645 15,209 17,420 15,967 38,350 7 51, 546 9 35,107.4 89.2 119.9 71.6 2,005 2,058 2,375 1 5 1.8 1.7 A Continuing Education Unit (CEU) equals 10 contact hours of direct instructional activity for one student. 37 282 CEU's represents 372 820 contact hours of direct instructional activity Calculated using the Southern Association's productivity formula of 430 CEU's equaling 1.0 FTE. UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 34

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FLORIDA MENTAL HEAL TH INSTITUTE Activity Summary 1995-96 FISCAL YEAR DEPARTMENTS ADM Administrative AMH Department of Aging and Mental Health CFS Department of Child and Family Studies CMH Department of Community Mental Health DEAN Dean s Office MHLP Department of Mental Health Law and Policy MUL Mutiple Departments TRAINING: Number of Department Events ADM 3 AMH 68 CFS 145 CMH 360 DEAN 20 MHLP 660 MUL 27 Total 1,283 CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS: Discipline Addiction Professionals Attorneys Clinical Social Workers Judges Marriage and Family Therapists Mental Health Counselors Nursing Home Adm i nistrators Phys i cians Psychologists Registered Nurses Total SOURCE : Florida Mental Health Institute Attendees 75 4,905 7,296 7 822 1,300 13 841 1 057 36,296 Certificates 116 1 282 1 70 353 9 195 574 366 1,967 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 Event Length In Hours 7 00 258 95 987.50 2,521 .25 73 50 9 030.50 232 50 13,111.20 861 .00 14 00 2 563 50 12.00 576 .50 2 887.50 53.00 1 006 .00 4 268 50 3,262.00 15,504.00 Contact Hours 175 .00 32, 883.50 59,462 00 45,899 .75 5,665 00 186,081 50 6,251.00 336,417.75 STUDENT PLACEMENTS AT FMHI: Department Consultation: Department ADM AMH CFS CMH DEAN MHLP MUL TOTAL AMH CFS CMH DEAN Total Total Graduate Students Total Undergraduates Number of Events 10 23 387 30 41 18 20 529 20.00 5,161.25 6 514.25 3 208.00 14,903.50 24 46 Duration In Hours 13.00 178.80 5,756.70 176 90 114.40 414.00 273 5 6,927.30 35

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Special Events Jump Start Jobs Part-Time Job Fair Career/Networking Fairs Graduate and Professional Day Teacher Career Day State-Wide Job Fair TOTALS Career Development & Recruitment Activities On-Campus Recruitment Students Participating in Interviews Organizations Interviewing Interview Schedules Available Students Interviews Conducted Off-Campus Recruitment Full-Time Degreed Positions Listed Student Resumes Referred CAREER CENTER Tampa Campus 1995-96 Career Services Employer/Representatives 8 (Sessions) Students Attending 370 1,172 137 316 1,839 6,904 9 449 61 264 27 28 129 517 430 2,570 111 458 1,183 5,122 Part-Time Student Employment Activities Part-Time Positions Listed Students Employed On Campus Cooperative Education Activities On-Campus Recruitment Interview Schedules Available Student Interviews Conducted Student Participation Fall 1995 Spring 1996 Summer 1996 Total Training 167 178 187 532 Study 84 76 60 220 Does not include off-campus interviews held at employers site SOURCE: Career Center Quarterly Activity Report & 1st Place! UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996 97 2,622 5,050 108 628 Applied 111 104 62 277 36

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

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GENDER AND ETHNICITY DISTRIBUTION BY LEVEL Total University FALL 1996 Headcount and Percent of Headcount by Ethnicity and Level Non Res Black/ American Asian/ Hispanic White/ TOTAL Non Res Black/ American Asian/ Hispanic Level Alien Non Hispanic Indian Pac. Islander Undergraduate 412 2,342 75 1,161 Graduate 448 310 26 173 Professional 0 22 8 41 Unclassified 33 382 11 166 TOTAL 893 3,056 120 1,541 H d ea count an dP t f H d ercen o ea coun t b G d >Y en er an dL Headcount LEVEL Male Female Total Undergraduate Freshman 1,705 2 065 3,770 Sophomore 1,010 1,338 2,348 Junior 2,831 4,349 7 180 Senior 4 ,771 6,249 11,020 Total Undergraduate 10,317 14,001 24 318 Graduate Masters/Ed.S 1,973 3,049 5,022 Ph D 563 654 1,217 Total Graduate 2,536 3,703 6,239 Other Professional 250 131 381 Unclassified 2,040 3,300 5,340 Total All Students 15,143 21,135 36,278 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996 Non Hispanic 2,181 18 147 368 4,914 38 272 322 4,426 2,909 27,759 eve Percent of Level Male Female 45 2% 54 8% 43 0% 57.0% 39.4% 60 6% 43.3% 56.7% 42.4% 57 6% 39 3% 60.7% 46 3% 53.7% 40.6% 59.4% 65 6% 34.4% 38 2% 61. 8% 41. 7% 58 3% Alien Non Hispanic Indian Pac. Islander 24,318 1 7% 9 6% 0.3% 4.8% 6,239 7 2% 5 0% 0.4% 2.8% 381 0.0% 5.8% 2 1% 10.8% 5,340 0 6% 7.2% 0.2% 3 1% 36,278 2 5% 8.4% 0 3% 4 2% Percent of Female Students bv 1 '"'"' Freshman 54 8% t Sophomore 57 0% t Junior 60 6% t Senior 56 7% t Total Undergraduate 57 6% t Masters/Ed.S 60 7% t Ph.D . 53.7% t Total Graduate 59.4% t Professional 34 4% t Unclassified 61. 8% t Total All Students 58.3% I I 0 0-1 50 0% 9.0% 5 9% 10.0% 6 0% 8 0% White/ Non Hispanic 74.6% 78 8% 71.4% 82 9% 76 5% 100 .0-/. 39

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Total In-State Enrollment Total Enrollment % of Total Enrollment ENROLLED STUDENTS Florida County of Origin FALL 1996 32,996 36,278 91. 0% Pinellas 6.774 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: IRP/858F4FBK15 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 Palm Beac h 533 Broward 827 40

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SOURCE : IRP/B5BF4BK15 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 0 = HI 10 ENROLLED STUDENTS State of Origin ND 2 SD l NE 2 TX 56 FALL 1996 KS MO 14 38 OK 13 AR 6 Note: The State of Origin is the s tudent's state of residence at the time of entry. (Therefore, it may not be consistent with the residency status used for fee-paying purposes ) Number Percent Non-U S Resident 893 2 5 % Unknown State of Origin 272 0.7 % Florida 32,996 91.0 % Non-Florid a Resident 2,117 5.8 % Total Enrollment 36,278 100 0 % 41

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INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS Total University FALL 1996 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES Unclass-All Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Master/Ed S Ph.D Total ified Students HEADCOUNT Male 39 27 77 85 228 203 117 320 17 565 Female 30 14 74 66 184 82 46 128 16 328 Total 69 41 151 151 412 285 163 448 33 893 AGE Mean 19 21 23 25 23 26 30 28 30 26 Median 19 21 22 24 22 25 30 27 28 24 HEADCOUNT BY COUNTRY Central Near/Middle Southeast Africa Caribbean America Europe Far East East Asia Other TOTAL 41 TOTAL 29 TOTAL 23 TOTAL 195 TOTAL 164 TOTAL 81 TOTAL 216 TOTAL 96 Egypt 2 Bahamas 4 Costa Rica 1 Albania 2 Poland 2 China 100 Bahrain 3 Bangladesh 3 Australia 4 Ethiopia 1 Barbados 1 El Salvador 1 Belgium 1 Romania 1 Hong Kong 9 Cyprus 15 Burma 1 Canada 41 Gambia 1 Dominican Guatemala 1 Bulgaria 7 Serbia 2 Japan 32 Iran 5 India 172 Russia 6 Ivory Coast 1 Republic 1 Honduras 7 Croatia 1 Slovenia 1 Phillip i nes 1 Israel 2 Indonesia 5 New Zealanc 1 Kenya 4 Grenada 1 Mexico 3 Czech Spain 8 Korea 10 Jordan 5 Malays la 5 United Morocco 7 Jamaica 11 Panama 10 Republic 2 Sweden 27 Taiwan 12 Kuwait 20 Pakistan 11 Kingdom Nigeria 5 St. ChrisDenmark 1 Ukraine 1 Lebanon 4 Singapore 5 Territory 11 Senegal 1 topher 3 South Estonia 1 United Oman 1 Sri Lanka 6 Western Sierra Leone 1 Trinidad & America Finland 4 Kingdom 35 Qatar 1 Thailand 6 Samoa 2 South Africa 4 Tobago 8 TOTAL 48 France 46 Yugoslavia 1 Saudi Vietnam 2 Unknown 31 Suriname 3 Germany 11 Arabia 6 Swaziland 7 Argentina 3 Greece 5 Syria 1 Tunisia 1 Brazil 7 Ireland 1 Turkey 13 Uganda 1 Chile 1 Italy 7 United Arab Zaire 1 Columbia 7 Liechtenstle i n 1 Emirates 5 Zambia 1 Ecuador 5 Netherlands 13 Guinea 1 Norway 14 Guyana 1 99 countries are represented All information is for Peru 5 non-resident aliens Some country names might not Uruguay 1 be up-to-date Venezuela 17 SOURCE : RAP/B5BF4FBK13 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 42

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ENROLLMENT HISTORY OF NEW DEGREE SEEKING STUDENTS Total University Five Year History First-Time-In-College Students New Community College and Other New Graduate Students Transfer Students 3,000 3,000 3,000 2,540 2,546 2,512 2,599 2,534 .. .. 2,351 c c ::I ::I 0 0 2,029 u u 1,871 1 ,772 2,000 2,000 -g -g 2 000 1,566 1,456 1,590 1,451 Cl> Cl> 1,326 1,366 .Ac :i: :i: 1,170 1,150 .Ac .. .. 1,114 -"' c c ,058 "' Cl> Cl> "C -g 1,000 1,000 1 .00 0 a u; "' 0 0 0 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 Student Type 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 Notes. All values are for the fall term at the Preliminary benchmark. First-Time In-College Students 2,029 1 871 1,772 2,027 2,351 (See "Enrollment Benchmark" in the Glossary for a definition of these benchmarks.) New Community College Students 2,540 2,546 2,512 2,599 2,534 New Other Transfer Students 1,058 1,170 1,326 1, 114 1,150 New Graduate Students 1,456 1,366 1,590 1,451 1,566 Total New Degree-Seeking Students 7,083 6,953 7,200 7,191 7,601 Source : IRP B5B141NF02 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 43

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NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS APPLIED, DENIED, CANCELED (BEFORE), ACCEPTED, CANCELED (AFTER), AND ENROLLED Category Number Denied F _;', : ,,, ' % Applied Who Were Denied Number Canceled : >. .-> % Applied Who Canceled % Applied Who Were Accepted -: :.. .,,. ... .,, ;?; .-..... .,,.,.,_,,, Number Canceled : % Accepted Who Canceled Number Enrolled ':;: .. % Accepted Who Enrolled SOURCE: RAP B6E14AAEOO ry UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996 FTIC 8,316 '"' 17 7 5 606 496 8.8 2 348 41.9 Total University FALL 1996 UNDERGRADUATES Transfer Students Com Col Lower Com Col Other !JQQfil Lower 448 3 374 , "<,. :<;: "' 24 0.7 .. 94 85 21.0 2 5 223 3 242 49 8 96 1 0 i 0.0 0 7 154 2 396 ,. "-:-:;; .,_.,. 73.9 28. 5 289 25.0 525 45.4 2.3 277 52 8 Other !JQQfil 4.0 "". 't:1 < .f 6.8 :::: 1,465 88.0 19 1 1.3 873 .':;. 59 6 GRADUATES New to USF 54.1 12.8 31. 5 83 5 2 Degreed from USF _.,, _;,, -A: ... ..... 26 6 10.2 62 8 .J 6 ., 0.8 657 l ;, ,.,J 84.8 44

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NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Total University FALL 1996 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES TOTAL FTIC Transfer Students All New Degreed All All Com Col Com Col Other Other to from Lower Lower USF USF HEADCOUNT 154 277 873 908 658 1,566 7,601 -STATUS Full-Time 2,127 117 1,454 243 517 4,458 613 305 918 5,376 Part-Time 224 37 926 34 356 1,577 295 353 648 2,225 SEX Male 1 059 76 885 132 370 2,522 423 247 670 3,192 Female 1 292 78 1,495 145 503 3,513 485 411 896 4,409 RACE Non-Resident Alien 44 3 27 18 66 158 146 16 162 320 Black, Non-Hispanic 261 7 216 18 71 573 39 26 65 638 American Indian 9 0 11 1 3 24 7 2 9 33 Asian, Pacific Islander 131 6 76 11 30 254 36 20 56 310 Hispanic 261 9 186 17 74 547 64 41 105 652 White, Non-Hispanic 1,645 129 1,864 212 629 4,479 616 553 1,169 5 648 RESIDENCY In-State 2 098 149 2,342 188 654 5,431 626 634 1 260 6,691 Out-of-State 209 2 11 71 153 446 136 8 144 590 Non-Resident Alien 44 3 27 18 66 158 146 16 162 320 Includes majors and intended majors SOURCE: IRP B58141NF02 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 45

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NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Total University: Summary by College FALL 1996 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES TOTAL FTIC Transfer Students All New Degreed All All Com Col Com Col Other Other to from UJmfil USF USF Architecture 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 4 14 14 Arts & Sciences 919 57 1,020 107 385 2,488 286 199 485 2,973 -Business 302 26 514 56 195 1 093 189 133 322 1,415 -' ... "" ) ---Education 99 23 542 25 130 819 129 176 305 1,124 291 14 139 29 65 538 96 58 154 692 Fine Arts 11 2 13 237 New College ........ : --111--1111--, 153 8 0 12 1 17 4 0 0 0 174 -Medicine 0 0 0 0 0 0 73 21 94 94 -Medical Sciences 0 0 0 0 0 0 19 2 21 21 0 25 20 45 92 Public Health 0 0 0 63 31 94 94 Undeclared 7 12 19 671 Includes majors and intended majors SOURCE: IRP B5B141NF02 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996 46

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HEADCOUNT STATUS Full-Time Part-Time SEX Male Female FTIC NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Architecture All Campuses FALL 1996 UNDERGRADUATES Transfer Students All Com Col Com Col Other Other Lower !.!QQ..ru Lower !.!QQfil 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ----RACE Non-Resident Alien 0 0 0 0 0 0 Black, Non-Hispanic 0 0 0 0 0 0 American Indian 0 0 0 0 0 0 Asian, Pacific Islander 0 0 0 0 0 0 Hispanic 0 0 0 0 0 0 White, Non-Hispanic 0 0 0 0 0 0 RESIDENCY In-State 0 0 0 0 0 0 Out-of-State 0 0 0 0 0 0 Non-Resident Alien 0 0 0 0 0 0 Includes majors and intended majors SOURCE : IRP 858141NF02 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 GRADUATES New Degreed to from USF USF 10 4 7 3 3 1 8 3 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 5 4 9 4 1 0 0 0 All 14 10 4 11 3 0 1 0 0 4 9 13 1 0 TOTAL All 14 10 4 11 3 0 1 0 0 4 9 13 1 0 47

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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-of-State Non-Resident Alien NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Arts & Sciences All Campuses FALL 1996 UNDERGRADUATES FTIC Transfer Students All Com Col Com Col Other Other Lower 1!.m2fil Lower 1!.m2fil 919 57 1,020 107 385 2,488 ---830 89 318 601 47 10 26 31 626 394 361 659 89 18 42 65 246 139 145 240 1,838 650 892 1,596 12 1 15 7 10 45 118 3 100 10 33 264 4 0 4 0 1 9 53 2 25 2 11 93 104 3 93 11 31 242 628 48 783 77 299 1,835 862 45 12 55 1 1 999 6 15 75 25 7 290 85 10 -2,281 162 45 Includes majors and intended majors SOURCE: IRP 858141NF02 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 GRADUATES New Degreed All to from USF USF TOTAL All 286 199 485 2,973 _..;111111._ 200 107 307 86 92 178 -102 64 166 184 135 319 -25 16 4 5 2 8 1 4 27 24 5 9 19 19 38 217 165 382 --184 77 25 191 6 2 375 83 27 2,145 828 1,058 1,915 -72 288 14 102 280 2,217 -2,656 245 72 48

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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-of-State Non-Resident Alien FTIC NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Com Col Lower Business -All Campuses FALL 1996 UNDERGRADUATES Transfer Students Com Col Other 11.QQfil Lower Other 11.QQfil All 302 26 514 56 195 1,093 282 20 154 148 11 46 267 24 11 17 9 13 13 2 1 0 2 2 19 24 0 2 251 263 253 261 10 46 4 23 46 385 503 1 10 48 8 39 17 4 3 0 5 2 42 34 18 4 88 107 101 94 16 22 1 12 17 127 148 31 16 686 407 560 533 43 118 5 976 74 43 Includes majors and intended majors SOURCE: IRP 858141NF02 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 GRADUATES New Degreed All to from USF USF 189 133 322 lllllllllllfJiiiiiiiil 114 62 176 75 71 146 119 70 189 70 63 133 -38 4 42 4 0 4 1 0 1 11 6 17 11 5 16 124 118 242 125 128 253 26 1 27 38 4 42 TOTAL All 1,415 -862 553 -749 666 -85 122 6 79 108 1,015 1,229 101 85 49

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NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS HEADCOUNT -STATUS Full-Time Part-Time -SEX Male Female -RACE Non-Resident Alien Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic FTIC 99 87 12 22 77 2 9 0 2 6 80 Com Col Lower 23 19 4 8 15 0 2 0 1 3 17 ---RESIDENCY In-State 89 23 Out-of State 8 0 Non-Resident Alien 2 0 Includes majors and intended majors SOURCE : IRP B58141NF02 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996 Education All Campuses FALL 1996 UNDERGRADUATES Transfer Students Com Col Other 1!.tmfil Lower 542 25 398 22 144 3 104 1 438 24 0 0 48 0 2 0 10 0 29 2 453 23 540 17 2 8 0 0 Other !J.tmfil 130 79 51 36 94 1 6 1 1 14 107 110 19 1 All 819 605 214 171 648 3 65 3 14 54 680 779 37 3 GRADUATES New Degreed All to from USF USF 129 176 305 W*M'WPABllllll 58 49 107 71 127 198 -24 34 58 105 142 247 --0 1 6 9 15 0 1 1 0 2 2 7 7 14 116 156 272 --112 174 286 17 1 18 0 1 1 TOTAL All 1,124 -712 412 . 229 895 -4 80 4 16 68 952 1,065 55 4 50

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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-of-State Non-Resident Alien FTIC Com Col Lower NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Engineering -All Campuses FALL 1996 UNDERGRADUATES Transfer Students Com Col Other Lower Other All 291 14 139 29 65 538 llllJlll1""""""""""""""'."""""--271 8 83 26 37 425 20 6 56 3 28 113 223 12 109 21 53 418 68 2 30 8 12 120 ---13 32 2 21 39 0 1 0 1 0 2 11 1 13 4 4 3 0 1 1 11 5 0 3 4 30 52 3 39 48 184 12 108 20 42 366 _,. 257 21 13 14 0 0 137 0 2 20 5 4 43 11 11 471 37 30 Includes majors and intended majors SOURCE: IRP 858141NF02 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 GRADUATES New Degreed All to from USF USF 96 58 154 --76 28 104 20 30 50 -75 44 119 21 14 35 -62 8 70 3 5 8 0 0 0 6 7 13 6 2 8 19 36 55 30 50 80 4 0 4 62 8 70 TOTAL All 692 -529 163 -537 155 -100 60 3 52 56 421 -551 41 100 51

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NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Fine Arts -All Campuses FALL 1996 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES TOTAL FTIC Transfer Students All New Degreed All All Com Col Com Col Other Other to from Lower 11.oofil Lower 11.oofil USF USF HEADCOUNT 132 4 53 8 27 224 11 2 13 237 STATUS Full-Time 120 3 41 8 20 192 10 1 11 203 Part-Time 12 1 12 0 7 32 1 1 2 34 .!,> SEX Male 1 23 3 8 89 5 0 5 94 Female 3 30 5 19 135 6 2 8 143 -Jiii -RACE Non Resident Alien 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 2 3 Black, Non-Hispanic 6 0 1 0 1 8 0 0 0 8 American Indian 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Asian, Pacific Islander 1 0 2 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 Hispanic 8 0 4 0 3 15 1 0 1 16 White, Non-Hispanic 116 4 46 8 23 197 8 2 10 207 RESIDENCY In-State 124 4 53 7 23 211 7 2. 9 220 Out-of-State 7 0 0 1 4 12 2 0 2 14 Non-Resident Alien 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 2 3 Includes majors and intended majors SOURCE: IRP B58141NF02 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 52

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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-of-State Non-Resident Alien SOURCE : IRP 858141NF02 FTIC NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Com Col Lower Medicine FALL 1996 UNDERGRADUATES Transfer Students Com Col Other 1lQQfil Lower Other 1lQQfil All 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ---0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 GRADUATES New Degreed All to from USF USF 73 21 94 -73 0 21 0 94 0 49 15 64 24 6 30 -0 0 0 2 0 2 1 0 1 9 1 10 9 3 12 52 17 69 -73 21 94 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL All 94 -94 0 -64 30 -0 2 1 10 12 69 94 0 0 53

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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-of-State Non-Resident Alien SOURCE: IRP 858141NF02 FTIC 0 0 0 Com Col Lower NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS 0 0 0 Medical Sciences FALL 1996 UNDERGRADUATES Transfer Students Com Col Other 0 0 0 0 0 0 Other 1JJmfil 0 0 0 All 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 New to USF GRADUATES 19 18 1 Degreed from USF 2 2 0 All 21 20 1 7 2 9 12 0 12 -11 1 12 2 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 5 1 6 6 1 7 2 0 2 11 1 12 TOTAL All 21 20 1 9 12 -12 2 0 1 0 6 7 2 12 54

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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-of-State Non-Resident Alien SOURCE : IRP B5B141NF02 FTIC 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Nursing All Campuses FALL 1996 UNDERGRADUATES Transfer Students Com Col Com Col Other Other Lower .lli:mfil Lower .lli:mfil 1 2 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 0 0 17 19 4 32 0 1 0 1 3 31 36 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 3 7 0 0 0 0 0 8 8 0 0 All UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 23 24 5 42 0 1 0 1 3 42 47 0 0 GRADUATES New Degreed All to from USF USF 25 20 45 -14 10 24 2 1 3 23 19 42 -1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 23 19 42 -21 20 41 3 0 3 1 0 1 TOTAL All 92 -47 45 -8 84 -1 0 2 4 84 -88 3 1 55

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HEADCOUNT --ST AT US 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 of-State Non Resident Alien SOURCE: IRP B5B141NF02 FTIC 0 0 0 NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Com Col Lower 0 0 0 Public Health All Campuses FALL 1996 UNDERGRADUATES Transfer Students Com Col Other Lower 0 0 0 0 0 0 Other 0 0 0 All 0 0 0 ---0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 GRADUATES New Degreed All to from USF USF 63 31 94 -41 16 57 22 15 37 -29 10 39 34 21 55 -7 0 7 5 4 9 1 0 1 3 0 3 7 4 11 40 23 63 -52 31 83 4 0 4 7 0 7 TOTAL All 57 37 -39 55 -7 9 1 3 11 63 -83 4 7 56

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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-of-State Non-Resident Alien FTIC NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Com Col Lower Undeclared -All Campuses FALL 1996 UNDERGRADUATES Transfer Students Com Col Other !J.Q.Qfil Lower Other !J.Q.Qfil All 455 19 76 40 62 652 384 71 220 235 14 5 12 7 38 38 31 45 38 2 19 21 41 21 25 37 515 137 307 345 . $' .' ,,. -. ... _,_.. ., .. . . .. 5 0 0 3 28 36 46 0 9 2 4 61 3 0 0 1 0 4 25 0 2 3 3 33 65 0 7 1 5 78 311 19 58 30 22 440 408 18 74 32 32 564 42 1 2 5 2 52 5 0 0 3 28 36 Includes major and intended majors SOURCE : IRP B58141NF02 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 GRADUATES New Degreed All to from USF USF 7 12 19 -2 6 8 5 6 11 -3 4 7 4 8 12 --0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 12 19 7 12 19 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL All 671 -523 148 -314 357 -36 61 4 33 78 459 -583 52 36 57

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NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Tampa Campus FALL 1996 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES TOTAL FTIC Transfer Students All New Degreed All All Com Col Com Col Other Other to from Lower Lower USF USF HEADCOUNT 129 257 705 810 558 1,368 6,231 STATUS Full-Time 1,974 100 1,059 229 462 3,824 583 290 873 4,697 Part-Time 224 29 515 28 243 1,039 227 268 495 1,534 ---SEX Male 991 66 638 121 311 2,127 387 220 607 2,734 Female 1,207 63 936 136 394 2,736 423 338 761 3,497 RACE Non-Resident Alien 44 3 21 18 64 150 143 16 159 309 Black, Non-Hispanic 257 7 164 18 64 510 35 21 56 566 American Indian 9 0 9 1 2 21 7 2 9 30 Asian, Pacific Islander 122 6 57 9 26 220 35 18 53 273 Hispanic 247 7 146 17 56 473 61 40 101 574 White, Non-Hispanic 1,519 106 1,177 194 493 3,489 529 461 990 4,479 RESIDENCY In-State 2,007 124 1,545 179 511 4,366 543 535 1,078 5,444 Out-of-State 147 2 8 60 130 347 124 7 131 478 Non-Resident Alien 44 3 21 18 64 150 143 16 159 309 Students are included in campus headcount if they attend any classes on that campus SOURCE: IRP 858141NF02 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 58

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NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Tampa Campus by College FALL 1996 UNDERGRADUATES FTIC Transfer Students All Com Col Com Col Other Other Lower !.lQQfil Lower !.lQQfil 0 0 0 0 0 0 919 54 784 104 333 2,194 I'll 302 22 261 54 141 780 Education 99 15 264 23 78 479 -... -Engineering 291 14 128 29 64 526 --132 4 53 7 27 223 0 0 0 0 0 0 ---Medicine 0 0 0 0 0 0 -.....--Medical Sciences 0 0 0 0 0 0 --------Nursing -0 1 26 0 6 33 _____ __ Public Health 0 0 0 0 0 0 -------:-Undeclared 455 19 58 40 56 628 Includes majors and intended majors SOURCE: IRP 858141NF02 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996 GRADUATES New Degreed All to from USF USF 88 116 204 87 47 134 11 2 13 0 0 0 73 21 94 -19 2 21 -25 20 45 -59 30 89 2 10 12 TOTAL All 14 -2,644 --1,072 -683 -660 -236 -0 -94 -21 -78 -89 -640 59

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HEADCOUNT -STATUS Full-Time Part-Time Male Female RACE Non-Resident Alien Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic -RESIDENCY In-State Out-of-State Non-Resident Alien FTIC NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Com Col Lower St. Petersburg Campus FALL 1996 UNDERGRADUATES Transfer Students Com Col Other !J.QQfil Lower Other !J.QQfil All 0 5 176 2 33 216 0 2 167 3 50 222 ---0 2 118 4 39 163 0 5 225 1 44 275 --0 1 3 0 1 5 0 0 24 0 5 29 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 11 2 3 16 0 0 9 0 8 17 0 6 296 3 65 370 0 6 339 5 72 422 0 0 1 0 10 11 0 1 3 0 1 5 Students are included in campus headcount if they attend any classes on that campus SOURCE: IRP B58141NF02 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 GRADUATES New Degreed All to from USF USF 56 47 103 -32 16 48 24 31 55 -3 0 3 3 3 6 0 0 0 2 0 2 1 0 1 47 44 91 40 47 87 13 0 13 3 0 3 TOTAL All 541 -264 277 210 331 -8 35 1 18 18 461 -509 24 8 60

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NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS St. Petersburg Campus by College FALL 1996 UNDERGRADUATES FTIC Transfer Students All Com Col Com Col Other Other Lower !lJ;mfil Lower !lJ;mfil Architecture 0 0 0 0 0 0 -Arts & Sciences 0 2 108 3 22 135 Business 0 2 116 2 40 160 -------Education 0 3 103 0 ,17 123 -lll-!E-Engineering o 0 3 0 1 4 -----.--"'"'"""""'"-Fine Arts 0 0 0 0 0 0 --New College -0 0 0 0 0 0 ---Medicine 0 0 0 0 0 0 -Medical Sciences 0 0 0 0 0 0 --Nursing 0 0 0 0 0 0 -Public Health 0 0 0 0 0 0 ----.--. .-Undeclared Includes majors and intended majors SOURCE : IRP 858141NF02 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996 GRADUATES New Degreed All to from USF USF 0 0 0 -23 9 32 -21 16 37 -.. 11 21 32 --0 0 0 -0 0 0 .. 0 0 0 .. 0 0 0 0 0 0 -0 0 0 -0 0 0 -1 1 2 TOTAL All 0 '?"'" 167 -197 -155 -4 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 '?"'" 0 -. 18 61

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NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Sarasota Campus FALL 1996 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES TOTAL FTIC Transfer Students All New Degreed All All Com Col Com Col Other Other to from Lower llimfil Lower llimfil USF USF HEADCOUNT 0 3 146 2 47 198 15 13 28 226 STATUS Full-Time 0 1 68 1 13 83 6 4 10 93 Part-Time 0 2 78 1 34 115 9 9 18 133 _,_f __ -SEX Male 0 3 52 1 15 71 6 3 9 80 Female 0 0 94 1 32 127 9 10 19 146 RACE Non Resident Alien 0 0 2 0 1 3 0 0 0 3 Black, Non-Hispanic 0 0 10 0 1 11 0 0 0 11 American Indian 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Asian, Pacific Islander 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Hispanic 0 0 9 0 2 11 1 0 1 12 White, Non-Hispanic 0 3 125 2 43 173 14 13 27 200 RESIDENCY In-State 0 3 142 1 41 187 14 13 27 214 Out-of-State 0 0 2 1 5 8 1 0 1 9 Non-Resident Alien 0 0 2 0 1 3 0 0 0 3 Students are included in campus headcount if they attend any classes on that campus SOURCE: IRP 858141NF02 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 62

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Architecture -Arts & Sciences Business -Education -Engineering -Fine Arts --New College -"""--';---Medicine -Medical Sciences -Nursing Public Health Undeclared NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Sarasota Campus by College FALL 1996 UNDERGRADUATES FTIC Transfer Students All Com Col Com Col Other Other Lower !lQQfil Lower !lQQfil 0 0 0 0 1 56 0 2 40 0 10 52 ---,-,--"""'-.. 0 0 40 0 20 60 0 0 7 0 0 7 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 ........ ,"""",_"""""""---0 0 0 0 0 0 -0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 4 Includes majors and intended majors SOURCE: IRP 858141NF02 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996 GRADUATES New Degreed All to from USF USF 0 0 0 -1 2 3 4 3 7 -10 8 18 -0 0 0 0 0 0 -0 0 0 -0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL All 0 -77 -59 -78 -7 -1 -0 Ill ii!ll 0 -0 -0 -0 -4 63

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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-of-State Non-Resident Alien NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS New College FALL 1996 UNDERGRADUATES FTIC Transfer Students All Com Col Com Col Other Other Lower Lower 153 8 0 12 1 174 153 8 0 12 174 0 0 0 0 0 0 -,"...._._ 68 85 4 4 0 0 7 5 1 0 80 94 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 9 14 1 0 0 0 15 126 7 0 12 1 146 91 62 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 3 9 0 0 1 0 102 72 0 Includes majors and intended majors SOURCE: IRP 858141NF02 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 GRADUATES New Degreed All to from USF USF 0 0 0 -0 0 0 0 0 0 -0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL All 174 -174 0 80 94 -0 4 0 9 15 146 -102 72 0 64

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HEADCOUNT -STATUS Full-Time Male Female -RACE Non-Resident Alien Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic RESIDENCY In-State Out-of-State Non-Resident Alien FTIC NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Com Col Lower Lakeland Campus FALL 1996 UNDERGRADUATES Transfer Students Com Col Other .!J.QQfil Lower Other .!J.QQfil All 0 2 122 0 16 140 --0 2 66 0 8 76 0 0 56 0 8 64 _...._ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 38 84 0 10 0 4 6 102 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 122 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 13 0 2 0 0 3 11 13 3 0 41 99 0 12 0 4 9 115 137 3 0 Students are included in campus headcount if they attend any classes on that campus SOURCE : IRP 858141NF02 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 GRADUATES New Degreed All to from USF USF 5 14 19 --1 4 5 4 10 14 --1 4 5 4 10 14 -0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 14 19 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL All 159 -81 78 46 113 -0 12 0 4 9 134 -J] 156 3 0 65

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NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Lakeland Campus by College FALL 1996 UNDERGRADUATES FTIC Transfer Students All Com Col Com Col Other Other Lower !hmfil Lower !hmfil Architecture 0 0 0 0 0 0 -Arts & Sciences 0 0 34 0 10 44 ---Business 0 0 33 0 1 34 -Education 0 2 43 0 4 49 -iiil:-':"',-Engineering 0 0 10 0 0 10 ----Fine Arts 0 0 0 0 1 1 _.... New College -0 0 0 0 0 0 ---Medicine 0 0 0 0 0 0 !'bl Medical Sciences Nursing -Public Health ..... Undeclared 0 0 2 0 0 2 Includes majors and intended majors SOURCE: IRP B58141NF02 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 GRADUATES New Degreed All to from USF USF -0 0 0 -3 7 10 -0 4 4 0 0 0 TOTAL All 0 -48 -34 -59 -14 li&liilW 1 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -3 66

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NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS FTIC HEADCOUNT 0 Com Col Lower 5 Ft. Myers Campus FALL 1996 UNDERGRADUATES Transfer Students All Com Col Other Other .!J.QQfil Lower .!J.ml.fil 224 1 36 266 -_._. __ STATUS Full-Time 0 3 113 0 13 129 Part-Time 0 2 111 1 23 137 --ill SEX Male 0 2 64 0 10 76 Female 0 3 160 1 26 190 RACE Non Resident Alien 0 0 1 0 1 2 Black, Non-Hispanic 0 0 10 0 0 10 American Indian 0 0 2 0 0 2 Asian, Pacific Islander 0 0 4 0 1 5 Hispanic 0 1 20 0 7 28 White, Non-Hispanic 0 4 187 27 219 -RESIDENCY In-State 0 5 223 0 28 256 Out-of-State 0 0 0 1 7 8 Non-Resident Alien 0 0 1 0 1 2 Students are included in campus headcount if they attend any classes on that campus SOURCE: IRP B5B141NF02 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 GRADUATES New Degreed All to from USF USF 5 5 10 16 23 39 -1111 6 5 11 15 23 38 -1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 19 26 45 20 28 48 0 0 0 1 0 1 TOTAL All 315 -139 176 -87 228 -3 11 2 7 28 264 -304 8 3 67

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Architecture -Arts & Sciences Business ......, .. Education --""""---... Engineering -Fine Arts -!-New College --Medicine -Medical Sciences --Nursing -Public Health Undeclared FTIC NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Ft. Myers Campus by College FALL 1996 UNDERGRADUATES Transfer Students Com Col Com Col Other Other llimfil All 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 62 0 11 75 0 0 73 0 11 84 0 3 86 1 13 103 r-o 0 0 0 0 0 --0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 """"-""""' .. """"0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 4 Includes majors and intended majors SOURCE: IRP 858141NF02 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 GRADUATES New Degreed All to from USF USF 0 0 0 0 0 0 -0 0 0 TOTAL All 0 -80 -95 -136 -0 llrMI 0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -0 -4 68

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Full-Time Part-Time -SEX Male Female .......,.,. RACE Non-Resident Alien Black Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, NonHispanic -RESIDENCY In-State Out-of-State Non-Resident Alien FTIC NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Com Col Lower Off Campus FALL 1996 UNDERGRADUATES Transfer Students Com Col Other Lower Other All 0 4 57 1 10 72 11111 0 23 0 3 27 0 3 34 1 7 45 .,.,._..._ 0 0 5 0 3 8 0 4 52 1 7 64 -----0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 4 0 0 0 5 0 0 1 51 57 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 6 0 0 0 0 1 2 7 63 9 71 0 0 1 1 Students are included in campus headcount if they attend any classes on that campus SOURCE: IRP 858141NF02 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 GRADUATES New Degreed All to from USF USF 50 45 95 -16 10 26 34 35 69 --22 16 38 28 29 57 -0 0 0 0 3 3 0 0 0 1 1 2 3 3 6 46 38 84 -45 44 89 5 1 6 0 0 0 TOTAL All 167 -53 114 -46 121 1 9 0 2 8 147 160 6 69

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NEW DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS Architecture Arts & Sciences --,--: ..................... -,;, Business Education i] Engineering Fine Arts New College .. --Medicine Medical Sciences Public Health Undeclared Off Campus by College FALL 1996 UNDERGRADUATES FTIC Transfer Students All Com Col Com Col Other Other Lower !hmfil Lower !hmfil 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 --0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 3 Includes majors and intended majors SOURCE: IRP 858141NF02 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 GRADUATES New Degreed All to from USF USF 0 0 0 11 4 15 -4 4 8 17 24 41 0 0 0 0 0 0 _,_ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL All 0 22 -8 86 20 0 0 0 9 70

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Section IV ENROLLMENT Headcount FTE and Student Credit Hours

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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS HEADCOUNT -STATUS Full-Time Part-Time SEX Male Female -RACE Non-Resident Alien Black Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, NonHispanic ____ ,,,.. RESIDENCY In-State Out-of-State Non-Resident-Alien --AGE Mean Median SOURCE : IRP 858141NF01 Total University FALL 1996 UNDERGRADUATES Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior 3 287 1,925 4,476 5 ,811 15,499 483 423 2,704 5,209 8,819 ---1,705 1 010 2 ,831 4 ,771 10, 317 2,065 1,338 4 349 6,249 14,001 ---69 41 151 151 412 583 306 656 797 2,342 15 9 27 24 75 218 158 288 497 1, 161 455 228 612 886 2 ,181 2,430 1,606 5,446 8,665 18,147 -3 386 2, 111 6 730 10, 610 22, 837 315 196 299 259 1,069 69 41 151 151 412 ----19 21 26 29 26 18 20 23 26 23 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 GRADUATES Masters/Eds PhD Total 5 022 1 217 6,239 1 ,771 639 2,410 3,251 578 3 829 -1 973 563 2,536 3 049 654 3,703 ---285 163 448 220 90 310 18 8 26 140 33 173 304 64 368 4,055 859 4 914 -4 535 989 5,524 202 65 267 285 163 448 34 36 34 31 34 31 OTHER Prof Uncl 381 5,340 -381 199 0 5 ,141 ....... 250 2,040 131 3,300 -0 33 22 382 8 11 41 166 38 322 272 4,426 -----381 5 144 0 163 0 33 -26 25 38 35 36, 278 -18,489 17,789 -15,143 21,135 -893 3,056 120 1,541 2 909 27,759 -33, 886 1,499 893 ---.. -. 29 25 73

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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS Total University: Summary by College FALL 1996 COLLEGE UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freshman Sophomore JJmiQI: Seni or Masters/Eds PhD .EIQf Uncl Architecture 0 0 0 0 0 84 0 84 0 0 84 Arts & Sciences 1,407 925 3,324 4 ,591 10,247 0 0 12,422 Business 498 344 1,437 2 642 4 ,921 936 35 971 0 0 5,892 Education 179 203 1 168 1 957 3,507 0 0 5,075 -Engineering 466 266 535 1,173 2,440 500 168 668 0 0 3,108 Fine Arts 211 94 175 272 752 64 0 64 0 0 816 New College 163 166 151 130 610 0 0 0 0 0 610 Medicine 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 381 0 381 Medical Sciences 0 0 0 0 0 0 77 77 0 0 77 -Nursing 2 2 81 188 273 -221 0 221 ----0 0 -494 Public Health 0 0 0 0 0 347 64 411 0 0 411 Unclassified 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 340 5,340 Undeclared 844 348 309 67 1 568 0 0 0 0 0 1 568 SOURCE : IRP B5B141NF01 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 74

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HEADCOUNT -STATUS Full-Time Part-Time -SEX Male Female -RACE Non-Resident Alien In-State Out of-State Non-Resident-Alien --AGE Mean Median ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS Architecture -All Campuses FALL 1996 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Masters/Eds PhD Total 0 0 0 0 0 84 0 84 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 --0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 --0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 'rfllll . ... "" 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -47 0 47 37 0 37 -50 0 50 34 0 34 -2 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 16 0 16 64 0 64 -80 0 80 2 0 2 2 0 2 -JI 32 29 0 0 32 29 Includes majors and intended majors UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 OTHER Prof Uncl 0 0 0 0 -11111 0 0 0 0 -0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -0 0 0 0 0 0 -0 0 0 0 84 -47 37 50 34 -2 1 0 1 16 64 80 2 2 32 29 75

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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS Arts & Sciences All Campuses FALL 1996 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Masters/Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl HEADCOUNT 1,407 925 3,324 4,591 10,247 1,634 541 2,175 0 0 12,422 STATUS Full-Time 1,226 755 2,129 2,357 6,467 629 302 931 0 0 7,398 Part-Time 181 170 1,195 2,234 3,780 1,005 239 1,244 0 0 5,024 -,,,,...., SEX Male 493 330 1,213 1,795 3,831 535 251 786 0 0 4,617 Female 914 595 2, 111 2,796 6,416 1,099 290 1,389 0 0 7,805 -RACE Non-Resident Alien 19 10 49 46 124 40 59 99 0 0 223 Black, Non-Hispanic 224 122 317 401 1,064 66 39 105 0 0 1,169 American Indian 7 6 17 13 43 8 5 13 0 0 56 Asian, Pacific Islander 87 74 112 193 466 27 13 40 0 0 506 Hispanic 169 89 298 380 936 108 24 132 0 0 1,068 White, Non-Hispanic 901 624 2,531 3,558 7,614 1,385 401 1,786 0 0 9,400 -----RESIDENCY In-State 1,313 851 3,135 4,438 9,737 1,499 441 1,940 0 0 11,677 Out of-State 75 64 140 107 386 95 41 136 0 0 522 Non-Resident-Alien 19 10 49 46 124 40 59 99 0 0 223 AGE Mean 19 21 26 28 26 34 34 34 0 0 27 Median 18 20 23 25 23 31 32 31 0 0 24 Includes majors and intended majors UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 76

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ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Business All Campuses HEADCOUNT ---.-. STATUS Full-Time Male Female -RACE Non-Resident Alien Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic -RESIDENCY In-State Out-of-State Non-Resident-Alien -AGE Mean Median FALL 1996 UNDERGRADUATES Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior 498 344 1,437 2,642 4,921 -443 273 714 967 2,397 55 71 723 1,675 2,524 ---. -om!El!!!'!l!l!--261 179 702 1,350 2,492 237 165 735 1,292 2,429 ...... 15 15 37 50 117 95 56 132 148 431 0 1 7 6 14 31 23 77 141 272 51 39 118 206 414 306 210 1,066 2,091 3,673 -441 304 1,352 2,537 4,634 42 25 48 55 170 15 15 37 50 117 -19 19 21 20 26 24 29 27 27 25 Includes majors and intended majors UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 GRADUATES Masters/Eds PhD Total 936 35 971 ----352 20 372 584 15 599 -565 371 20 15 585 386 67 5 72 25 7 32 5 0 5 39 0 39 48 1 49 752 22 774 -812 57 31 29 25 5 36 35 837 62 32 30 OTHER Prof Uncl 0 0 -0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 +a&M 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2,769 3,123 -3,077 2,815 -189 463 19 311 463 4,447 5,471 232 189 28 26 77

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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS Education All Campuses FALL 1996 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Masters/Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl HEADCOUNT 179 203 1,168 1,957 3 507 1,236 332 1,568 0 0 5,075 STATUS Full-Time 157 179 803 1,449 2,588 305 119 424 0 0 3,012 Part-Time 22 24 365 508 919 931 213 1,144 0 0 2,063 -SEX Male 35 42 210 435 722 250 90 340 0 0 1,062 Female 144 161 958 1,522 2,785 986 242 1,228 0 0 4,013 RACE Non-Resident Alien 2 0 1 5 8 5 5 10 0 0 18 Black, Non-Hispanic 33 29 104 131 297 71 25 96 0 0 393 American Indian 1 1 2 3 7 2 1 3 0 0 10 Asian, Pacific Islander 2 2 17 18 39 12 4 16 0 0 55 Hispanic 10 14 89 136 249 64 13 77 0 0 326 White, Non-Hispanic 131 157 955 1,664 2,907 1,082 284 1,366 0 0 4,273 -_, __ -RESIDENCY In-State 165 186 1, 141 1,922 3,414 1,209 319 1,528 0 0 4,942 Out-of-State 12 17 26 30 85 22 8 30 0 0 115 Non-Resident-Alien 2 0 1 5 8 5 5 10 0 0 18 AGE Mean 19 21 27 29 27 35 41 36 0 0 30 Median 19 20 24 26 24 33 42 36 0 0 27 Includes majors and intended majors UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 78

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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS Engineering -All Campuses 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-of-State Non-Resident-Alien _.... AGE Mean Median FALL 1996 UNDERGRADUATES Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior 466 266 535 1, 173 2,440 --411 222 353 612 1,598 55 44 182 561 842 360 217 420 944 1,941 106 49 115 229 499 ---21 12 33 48 114 83 42 57 76 258 2 0 1 2 5 32 22 51 119 224 58 36 50 117 261 270 154 343 811 1,578 ---418 27 21 19 18 241 13 12 20 20 482 1,103 20 22 33 48 25 22 28 26 2,244 82 114 25 23 Includes majors and intended majors UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 GRADUATES Masters/Eds PhD Total 500 168 668 194 102 296 306 66 372 ---401 142 543 99 26 125 -149 15 2 35 31 65 9 1 8 17 214 24 3 345 98 443 6 5 11 149 65 214 ... 30 28 33 32 31 29 OTHER Prof Uncl 0 0 -0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -0 0 0 0 0 0 -0 0 0 0 3,108 -1,894 1,214 -2,484 624 -328 282 8 267 309 1,914 2,687 93 328 -26 24 79

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ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Fine Arts -All Campuses HEADCOUNT -STATUS Full-Time Part-Time -SEX Male Non-Resident Alien Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic -RESIDENCY In-State Out-of-State Non-Resident-Alien ----"""""""""""" AGE Mean Median FALL 1996 UNDERGRADUATES Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total 211 94 175 272 752 185 74 132 167 558 26 20 43 105 194 85 38 62 123 308 126 56 113 149 444 --2 0 0 2 4 17 8 7 22 54 0 1 0 0 1 5 5 6 4 20 17 7 14 23 61 170 73 148 221 612 ---19 19 87 7 22 20 168 7 24 22 262 8 28 25 711 37 24 21 Includes majors and intended majors UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 GRADUATES Masters/Eds PhD Total 64 0 64 -33 0 33 31 0 31 -W&m:lllBB 28 0 28 36 0 36 -2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 5 0 5 55 0 55 -58 4 2 36 33 0 0 0 0 0 58 4 2 36 33 OTHER Prof Uncl 0 0 -0 0 0 0 -0 0 0 0 -0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 --0 0 0 0 0 0 -0 0 0 0 816 -591 225 --.:- 336 480 -6 54 1 22 66 667 -769 41 6 -25 22 80

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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS 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-of-State Non-Resident-Alien -AGE Mean Median Medicine FALL 1996 UNDERGRADUATES Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior 0 0 0 0 0 -0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Rflllllf IJI(-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 GRADUATES Masters/Eds PhD Total 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .,..,,A11111111811 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -Bf(--0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 OTHER Prof Uncl 381 0 --381 0 O 0 250 0 131 0 -0 0 22 0 8 0 41 0 38 0 272 0 -381 0 0 0 0 0 -26 25 0 0 381 -381 0 -250 131 -0 22 8 41 38 272 -381 0 0 -26 25 81

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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS STATUS Full-Time Male Female RACE Non-Resident Alien Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic -RESIDENCY In-State Out-of-State Non-Resident-Alien AGE Mean Median Medical Sciences FALL 1996 UNDERGRADUATES Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 --0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 GRADUATES Masters/Eds PhD Total 0 0 70 7 70 7 OTHER Prof Uncl 0 0 0 0 0 0 -0 0 37 40 37 0 0 40 0 0 0 24 24 0 5 5 0 0 0 0 5 5 0 3 3 0 40 40 -0 0 0 0 0 47 6 24 29 27 47 6 24 29 27 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 77 70 7 -37 40 24 5 0 5 3 40 -47 6 24 29 27 82

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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-of-State Non Resident-Alien -AGE Mean Median ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS Nursing -All Campuses FALL 1996 UNDERGRADUATES Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior 2 2 81 188 273 0 37 95 133 1 2 44 93 140 --0 0 14 26 40 2 2 67 162 233 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 12 17 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 8 13 0 0 6 11 17 2 2 65 157 226 2 2 81 187 272 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 --38 41 31 32 32 38 41 29 32 31 GRADUATES Masters/Eds PhD Total 221 0 221 -73 148 0 0 73 148 -12 0 12 209 0 209 --1 0 8 0 8 0 0 0 3 0 3 9 0 9 200 0 200 217 0 217 3 0 3 1 0 40 0 40 40 0 40 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 OTHER Prof Uncl 0 0 -0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -0 0 0 0 0 0 -0 0 0 0 494 -206 288 -1 25 0 16 26 426 -489 4 1 -36 37 83

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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS Public Health -All Campuses FALL 1996 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Masters/Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl HEADCOUNT 0 0 0 0 0 347 64 411 0 0 411 STATUS Full-Time 0 0 0 0 0 138 26 164 0 0 164 Part-Time 0 0 0 0 0 209 38 247 0 0 247 -SEX Male 0 0 0 0 0 132 23 155 0 0 155 Female 0 0 0 0 0 215 41 256 0 0 256 -RACE Non-Resident Alien 0 0 0 0 0 19 5 24 0 0 24 Black, Non Hispanic 0 0 0 0 0 34 5 39 0 0 39 American Indian 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 2 Asian Pacific Islander 0 0 0 0 0 21 3 24 0 0 24 Hispanic 0 0 0 0 0 23 6 29 0 0 29 White Non-Hispanic 0 0 0 0 0 249 44 293 0 0 293 --.; ' :; ; l" ' ' RESIDENCY In-State 0 0 0 0 0 315 59 374 0 0 374 Out-of-State 0 0 0 0 0 13 0 13 0 0 13 Non-Resident-Alien 0 0 0 0 0 19 5 24 0 0 24 AGE Mean 0 0 0 0 0 33 38 33 0 0 33 Median 0 0 0 0 0 30 39 31 0 0 31 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 84

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HEADCOUNT -STATUS Full-Time Male Female -RACE Non-Resident Alien Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic ---,""'."""' RESIDENCY In-State Out-of-State Non-Resident-Alien --AGE Mean Median ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS Unclassified All Campuses FALL 1996 UNDERGRADUATES Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior 0 0 0 0 0 .......... ,'< ...... ...... __ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .. -0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 GRADUATES Masters/Eds PhD Total 0 0 0 0 0 0 ---0 0 0 0 0 0 -0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 OTHER Prof Uncl 0 5,340 ---,-0 199 0 5, 141 -0 2,040 0 3,300 0 33 0 382 0 11 0 166 0 322 0 4,426 0 5,144 0 163 0 33 -0 38 0 35 5,340 -199 5,141 -2,040 3,300 -33 382 11 166 322 4,426 -5,144 163 33 -38 35 85

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HEADCOUNT -STATUS Full Time Male Female -RACE Non-Resident Alien Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic RESIDENCY InState Out-of-State Non-Resident-Alien -AGE Mean Median ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS Undeclared -All Campuses FALL 1996 UNDERGRADUATES Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior 844 348 309 67 1,568 701 259 165 38 1,163 143 89 144 29 405 -398 129 145 36 708 446 219 164 31 860 10 2 29 0 41 127 46 30 5 208 5 0 0 0 5 52 23 13 5 93 135 34 30 7 206 515 243 207 50 1 015 758 332 274 65 1,429 76 14 6 2 98 10 2 29 0 41 19 21 25 29 21 19 20 22 26 19 GRADUATES Masters/Eds PhD Total 0 0 0 ".. .-... 0 0 0 0 0 0 ---0 0 0 0 0 0 -0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Note : Undeclared = Degree seeking students who have not delcared a major or an intended major UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 OTHER Prof Uncl 0 0 0 0 0 0 ...... 0 0 0 0 -0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -0 0 0 0 0 0 -0 0 0 0 1,568 -1,163 405 -708 860 -41 208 5 93 206 1,015 -1,429 98 41 21 19 86

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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS 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-of State Non-Resident-Alien -AGE Mean Median Tampa Campus FALL 1996 UNDERGRADUATES Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior 3 603 2 135 5 398 8 523 19,659 -3,122 1 ,741 3 659 4 816 13, 338 481 394 1,739 3,707 6 ,321 --1, 632 916 2 307 3 949 8 804 1,971 1, 219 3 ,091 4,574 10,855 --69 39 138 142 388 578 300 561 669 2 ,108 15 9 20 16 60 208 148 248 443 1,047 440 219 530 787 1,976 2 293 1,420 3 ,901 6,466 14 080 3,287 1,959 5,033 8,171 18,450 247 137 227 210 821 69 39 138 142 388 -19 21 25 28 25 18 20 22 25 22 Students are included in campus headcount if they attend any classes on that campus UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 GRADUATES Masters/Eds PhD Total 4,177 1,150 5 327 -1 660 607 2 267 2 517 543 3 060 -1, 693 523 2,216 2,484 627 3, 111 -281 154 435 186 89 275 17 8 25 126 31 157 278 62 340 3,289 806 4,095 --3 712 933 4,645 184 63 247 281 154 435 33 36 34 30 34 31 OTHER Prof Uncl 381 143 0 2,932 -250 1,234 131 1,841 0 30 22 229 8 9 41 130 38 224 272 2,453 -381 2,944 0 101 0 30 -26 36 25 33 28,442 -16,129 12,313 -12,504 15,938 -853 2,634 102 1, 375 2,578 20 900 -26,420 1,169 853 -28 24 87

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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS Tampa Campus by College COLLEGE Architecture -Arts & Sciences -Business Education -Engineering --Fine Arts -New College ---. . -.. Medicine -Medical Sciences ----.--. Nursing -Public Health ---Unclassified Undeclared FALL 1996 UNDERGRADUATES Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior 0 0 0 0 0 ---, ---............ ........,AIJllB 1,407 906 2,772 3,934 9,019 0 0 0 0 0 -1 1 62 136 200 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 844 346 272 54 1,516 Includes majors and intended majors UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 GRADUATES Masters/Eds PhD Total 84 0 84 __ .,,.;1, 4 7 2 488 1,960 ,__,A&i&iiilill 819 35 854 -789 324 1, 113 -388 162 550 BllJllllljl8 llllBI 64 0 64 -0 0 0 -0 0 0 0 77 77 --221 0 221 340 64 404 .--0 0 0 0 0 0 OTHER Prof Uncl 0 0 -.. 0 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 0 -77 -0 0 421 -0 0 404 -0 3,075 3,075 1,516 88

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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS St. Petersburg Campus 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-of-State Non-Resident-Alien -AGE Mean Median FALL 1996 UNDERGRADUATES Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior 30 748 1,304 2,083 __ 0 17 339 507 863 1 13 409 797 1,220 ... 0 13 17 251 497 486 818 750 1,333 0 6 8 15 0 3 43 84 130 0 0 3 5 8 1 1 21 40 63 0 27 40 68 0 24 648 1, 127 1, 799 1 29 733 1,287 2,050 0 0 9 9 18 0 1 6 8 15 24 26 29 32 31 24 22 26 30 28 Students are included in campus headcount if they attend any classes on that campus UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 GRADUATES Masters/Eds PhD Total 337 69 406 -115 40 155 222 29 251 -143 39 182 194 30 224 lllllllllllr-3 21 0 8 10 0 1 2 13 21 1 10 8 2 10 297 54 351 -314 56 370 20 3 23 3 10 13 32 35 33 29 33 30 OTHER Prof Uncl 0 593 -0 26 0 567 -0 214 0 379 -0 1 0 43 0 1 0 7 0 15 0 526 -0 579 0 13 0 1 -0 43 0 39 3,082 1,044 2,038 -1,146 1,936 29 194 10 80 93 2,676 -2,999 54 29 -33 30 89

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ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNT$ St. Petersburg Campus by College FALL 1996 COLLEGE UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Masters/Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl Architecture 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -----.. ---Arts & Sciences 0 16 266 329 611 112 62 174 785 ----illmlll -Business 1 7 259 626 893 106 0 106 999 ----Education 0 4 183 307 494 117 6 123 0 0 617 -Engineering --0 0 9 5 14 _...,_ 0 1 1 -0 0 -15 -Fine Arts 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 ----.----New College -0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -0 0 -0 -Medicine 0 0 0 0 0 0 --------Medical Sciences 0 0 0 ----Nursing -0 0 25 25 0 0 0 -0 0 -25 -Public Health 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 2 ......... -Unclassified 0 0 0 0 0 0 593 593 -Undeclared 0 2 31 11 44 0 0 44 Includes majors and intended majors UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996 90

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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS Sarasota Campus FALL 1996 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Masters/Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl HEADCOUNT 2 15 326 568 911 142 0 142 0 285 1,338 STATUS Full-Time 2 6 136 214 358 32 0 32 0 11 401 Part-Time 0 9 190 354 553 110 0 110 0 274 937 SEX Male 7 96 183 287 38 0 38 0 98 423 Female 8 230 385 624 104 0 104 0 187 915 RACE Non-Resident Alien 0 0 3 3 6 0 0 0 0 1 7 Black Non-Hispanic 0 1 16 17 34 8 0 8 0 15 57 American Indian 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 Asian Pacific Islander 0 0 2 9 11 1 0 1 0 2 14 Hispanic 0 0 15 16 31 2 0 2 0 7 40 White Non-Hispanic 2 14 289 522 827 131 0 131 0 260 1 218 ----' '. .. -' ,., .-. ; '. ' ., ,.'. 'lo: ' .,.,_.' -'-,. '! .'J .. ,. . . RESIDENCY In-State 2 14 318 558 892 141 0 141 0 279 1 312 Out-of-State 0 1 5 7 13 1 0 1 0 5 19 Non-Resident-Alien 0 0 3 3 6 0 0 0 0 1 7 AGE Mean 21 26 30 32 31 35 0 35 0 41 34 Med ian 21 22 26 31 29 33 0 33 0 39 31 Students are included in campus headcount if they attend any classes on that campus UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 91

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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS Sarasota Campus by College FALL 1996 COLLEGE UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Masters/Eds PhD Prof Uncl Architecture 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Arts & Sciences 0 34 0 0 380 Business 28 0 28 0 0 289 -Education 0 2 94 165 261 71 0 71 0 0 332 -Engineering 0 0 12 14 26 8 0 8 0 0 34 Fine Arts 0 3 5 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Medicine 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Medical Sciences 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ---Nursing 0 0 3 2 5 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Unclassified 0 0 0 0 285 285 0 0 3 3 6 0 0 0 0 0 6 Includes majors and intended majors UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 92

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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-of-State Non-Resident-Alien -AGE Mean Median ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS New College FALL 1996 UNDERGRADUATES Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior 163 165 145 127 600 163 163 143 126 595 0 2 2 1 5 ---73 75 64 62 274 90 90 81 65 326 -0 2 2 0 4 4 3 4 2 13 0 0 0 0 0 9 9 7 8 33 15 9 6 6 36 135 142 126 111 514 95 107 92 93 387 68 56 51 34 209 0 2 2 0 4 18 20 22 23 21 18 19 21 21 20 GRADUATES Masters/Eds PhD Total 0 0 0 -0 0 0 0 0 0 1&8*1-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 OTHER Prof Uncl 0 0 -0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 --0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 600 595 5 274 326 -4 13 0 33 36 514 -387 209 4 21 20 93

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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS Lakeland Campus FALL 1996 UNDERGRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Masters/Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl HEADCOUNT 2 8 238 320 568 90 2 92 0 285 945 STATUS Full-Time 2 5 107 140 254 17 0 17 0 9 280 Part-Time 0 3 131 180 314 73 2 75 0 276 665 --SEX Male 0 2 77 114 193 31 2 33 0 115 341 Female 2 6 161 206 375 59 0 59 0 170 604 'S RACE Non-Resident Alien 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Black, Non-Hispanic 1 0 27 26 54 3 0 3 0 32 89 American Indian 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 Asian, Pacific Islander 0 4 6 11 2 0 2 0 7 20 Hispanic 0 10 12 23 1 0 1 0 13 37 White, Non-Hispanic 1 6 196 276 479 84 2 86 0 233 798 --RESIDENCY In-State 2 8 237 318 565 90 2 92 0 282 939 Out-of-State 0 0 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 3 6 Non-Resident-Alien 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 AGE Mean 20 24 29 31 30 36 34 36 0 37 33 Median 20 22 27 28 27 36 34 36 0 35 30 Students are included in campus headcount if they attend any classes on that campus UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996 94

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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS Lakeland Campus by College FALL 1996 COLLEGE UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Masters/Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl Architecture 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ----Arts & Sciences 1 4 87 104 196 25 0 25 0 0 221 --11!1', __ -Business 1 1 66 89 157 0 0 0 0 0 157 --------Education 0 2 61 86 149 51 0 51 0 0 200 -_,....... -Engineering --0 0 21 38 59 -13 2 15 -0 0 -74 -Fine Arts 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 --NewCollege 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -0 -Medicine 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ----_..., .. -Medical Sciences 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ------,----Nursing -0 0 0 1 1 -0 0 0 0 0 -1 -Public Health 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 -Unclassified 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 285 285 -Undeclared 0 0 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 4 Includes majors and intended majors UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 95

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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS STATUS Full-Time Part-Time Male Female RACE Non-Resident Alien Black Non Hispanic American Indian Asian Pacific Islander Hispanic White Non-Hispanic -RESIDENCY In-State Out-of-State Non-Resident-Alien AGE Mean Median Ft. Myers Campus FALL 1996 UNDERGRADUATES Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior 0 7 214 308 529 0 4 259 399 662 ----... --0 0 1 10 114 359 184 523 299 892 0 0 4 5 9 0 0 18 28 46 0 0 2 3 5 0 0 10 12 22 0 0 35 40 75 0 11 404 619 1 034 -ililllll-111 0 9 461 70 1 1 171 0 2 8 1 11 0 0 4 5 9 0 23 29 32 31 0 21 26 30 28 Students are included in campus headcount if they attend any classes on that campus UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996 GRADUATES Masters/Eds PhD Total 265 3 268 36 0 36 229 3 232 63 202 1 6 1 5 1 2 0 0 0 0 64 204 6 1 5 7 0 7 245 3 248 -264 3 267 0 0 0 1 0 1 37 46 37 37 46 37 OTHER Prof Uncl 0 518 0 27 0 491 -0 0 144 374 0 0 0 32 0 1 0 4 0 21 0 460 -0 509 0 9 0 0 -c
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COLLEGE Architecture -Arts & Sciences -Business -Education -t--Engineering .. -Fine Arts -New College -Medicine -Medical Sciences -Nursing -Public Health -Unclassified -Undeclared ENROLLMENT HEADCOUNTS Ft. Myers Campus by College FALL 1996 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Masters/Eds PhD Total 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 --0 3 158 222 383 43 1 44 w 0 1 125 228 354 -0 6 176 233 415 --0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 __ 0 0 0 0 0 --0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ----0 0 9 23 32 .......--0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 5 1 7 52 0 52 --170 2 172 --0 0 0 -0 0 0 .. 0 0 0 -0 0 0 -0 0 0 -0 0 0 -0 0 0 -0 0 0 0 0 0 Includes majors and intended majors UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996 OTHER Prof Uncl 0 0 0 -0 0 427 --0 0 406 -.,...,. 0 0 587 -0 0 0 -0 0 0 -0 0 0 -0 0 0 1111111!!11111 -0 0 0 -0 0 32 ....... -0 0 0 -0 518 518 -0 0 7 97

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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS Off Campus FALL 1996 UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER TOTAL Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Total Masters/Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl HEADCOUNT 2 8 102 128 240 371 27 398 0 748 1 386 STATUS Full-Time 2 42 70 115 75 14 89 0 12 216 Part Time 6 60 58 125 296 13 309 0 736 1,170 SEX Male 11 29 41 143 13 156 0 291 488 Female 228 14 242 0 457 898 ----RACE Non-Resident Alien 0 1 0 2 3 3 2 5 0 1 9 Black Non-Hispanic 0 1 11 14 26 17 3 20 0 46 92 American Indian 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 Asian, Pacific Islander 0 0 0 1 1 6 1 7 0 18 26 Hispanic 0 0 2 8 10 21 0 21 0 53 84 White, Non-Hispanic 2 6 89 102 199 324 21 345 0 629 1,173 lllfM'IBIFJa-_ ...... -" . ' .. . _. x > RESIDENCY In-State 2 7 102 126 237 360 24 384 0 713 1 334 Out-of State 0 0 0 0 0 8 1 9 0 34 43 Non-Resident-Alien 0 1 0 2 3 3 2 5 0 1 9 AGE Mean 38 28 32 34 33 37 40 37 0 39 37 Median 38 28 32 33 32 36 39 36 0 38 37 Students are i ncluded in campus headcount if they attend any classes on that campus UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 98

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ENROLLMENTHEADCOUNTS Off Campus by College FALL 1996 COLLEGE UNDERGRADUATES GRADUATES OTHER Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Masters/Eds PhD Total Prof Uncl Architecture 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -----Arts & Sciences 0 3 16 23 42 54 2 56 0 0 98 --------Business 0 0 2 5 7 15 0 15 0 0 22 ----Education 0 2 66 83 151 201 18 219 0 0 370 -_,,_ ----Engineer i ng 0 1 1 5 7 -94 6 100 -0 0 -107 .... Fine Arts 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ---New College --0 0 0 0 0 fllllllfl"""""""""-""""t-0 0 0 -lll"M'"!ll 0 0 -0 -Medicine 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 --Medical Sciences 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -l---2 1 12 11 26 o 0 0 0 0 26 -0 0 0 0 0 7 1 8 0 0 8 ----0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 748 748 ---0 1 5 1 7 0 0 0 0 0 7 Includes majors and intended majors UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 99

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NIGHT VERSUS DAY HEADCOUNT Total University by College FALL 1996 Graduate ErQfe1212iQos;il !..!rn;las12ifii;ig TQtal 0/s> Qf Total Architecture Night 0 0 1 1.19% Day 0 0 54 64.29% Both 0 0 29 34.52% Total 0 84 1 Arts & Sciences Night 33 851 468 1 352 11.80% Day 1 241 3,385 1 147 5,773 50.40% Both 594 3,175 560 4,329 37. 79% Total 1 1 2,175 11 100.00% [: Business Night 37 1,185 457 0 1,679 28.50% Day 579 1 319 215 0 2 113 35.86% Both 226 1,575 299 0 2,100 35.64% 100.00% Night 3 217 586 0 0 806 15.88% Day 282 1,703 536 0 0 2,521 49 67% Both 97 1,205 446 0 0 1,748 34.44% Total 382 3 ; 1,f5 1 568 0 0 5,075 100 .00% %. >; Engineering Night 16 182 184 0 0 12.29% Day 509 821 340 0 0 53.73% Both 207 705 144 0 0 33. 98% Total 732 1,708 668 0 0 100 00% Fine Arts Night 2 14 6 0 0 22 2 70% Day 211 302 20 0 0 533 65.32% Both 92 131 38 0 0 261 31. 99% Total 305 447 64 0 0 816 100 00% UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 100

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NIGHT VERSUS DAV HEADCOUNT Total University by College, continued FALL 1996 Lower !J.QQfil Gr2duate ProfesiQnal Unclassified Total "Lo Qf IQ!al New College Night 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00% Day 329 281 0 0 0 610 100.00% Both 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00% Total 329 281 0 0 0 610 100.00% r. 'I '.'('' :;:: ':!!' Unclassified Night 0 0 0 0 2,700 2,700 39.09% Day 0 0 0 0 3,198 3,198 46.29% Both 0 0 0 0 1,010 1,010 14 62% Total 0 0 0 0 6,908 6,908 100.00% i> '''''.&"'i:' ,, ,. : /' ...... Undeclared Night 7 29 0 0 0 36 3.72% Day 328 254 0 0 0 582 60.12% Both 129 221 0 0 0 350 36.16% Total 464 504 0 0 0 968 100.00% L .:._ Ni>C': -.--,-" f ., "7''""' -;. '>':j -.;:: ::>'{. ,., .< Medicine Night 0 0 0 22% Day 0 0 98.47% Both 0 0 1.31% Total 100.00% Nursing Night 2 21 5 0 28 5 67% Day 1 216 193 0 410 83 00% Both 1 32 23 0 56 11.34% Total 4 269 221 0 494 100.00% Public Health Night 0 0 159 0 0 159 38.69% Day 0 0 102 0 0 102 24 82% Both 0 0 150 0 0 150 36.50% Total 0 0 411 0 0 411 100.00% UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996 101

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TOTAL UNIVERSITY Night Day Both Total :::! Continuing Ed Night Day Both Total Day Both Total Night Day Both Total Sarasota/New College Night Day Both Total Night Day Both Total !i;//:"o Tampa N i ght Day Both Total 100 3,480 1 346 4,926 2 4 4 10 4 6 19 29 85 3 136 1 327 4,548 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996 97 NIGHT VERSUS DAY HEADCOUNT !JJ:mfil 2,499 8 281 7 044 17 824 f:/ 1 151 171 232 554 191 531 437 599 470 941 g. 010 1,541 6,421 5,633 13 595 Total University by Campus FALL 1996 Graduate Professional 1 866 2,679 1 178 120 100 53 14 25 92 167 136 103 406 1,491 2,258 1 578 5,327 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 379 1 381 Unclassified 452 258 45 755 193 64 32 289 370 155 112 637 1,487 2 282 822 4 ,591 698 430 258 148 1,418 411 1 1 399 253 293 456 956 525 4 605 14,476 9 ,361 28,442 % of Total 1 1 50 .36% 31.02% 18 61% 7.49% 71.72% 20 .79% 42 22% 26 77% 31. 01% 100 00% 1 23.54% 49.35 % 27.10% 16.19% 50.90% 32.91% 100 00% 102

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ANNUAL FTE AND FUNDED STUDENT CREDIT HOURS BY TERM TOTAL UNIVERSITY Lower Level Upper Level Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation TOTAL Annual FTE 3 940 6 11,725 8 3,555 3 311. 3 19,532 9 TOTAL E & G (Education & General) Lower Level 3,913 6 Upper Level 11,575. 8 Graduate Classroom 3 176 1 Thes i s/Dissertation 279.9 TOTAL 18, 945.4 *#**i*?&71ii?iMit#M1 .E 7 Jf i -TOTAL HEALTH SCIENCES Lower Level Upper Level Thesis/Dissertation TOTAL 26 9 150 0 379 2 31.4 587. 5 fHf{P-Total SCH by Term Spring 40.8% SOURCE : IRP #110 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 Total University All Campuses 1995-96 Total SCH Summer SCH Fall SCH Spring SCH 157,622 469, 033 113,768 18, 350 7 4,894 64 378 76,842 198,339 193,852 24,588 45, 140 44, 040 9,961 750,384 2,062 3,867 4 032 121,842 322 240 306,302 I Md 156 ,545 463,033 101,635 8 956 74,345 196,013 40,403 3 ,525 1 077 57 549 6,000 1 ,333 2,326 12, 133 2 ,831 4,737 1,005 257 342 20,215 4.478 7 954 42.9% Total FTE by Level Thesis/ Graduate Dissertation Upper Level 60.0% 63,907 191,511 39,475 3,626 471 2 ,341 4 565 406 7,783 !BJiditd-103

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ANNUAL FTE AND FUNDED STUDENT CREDIT HOURS BY TERM E&G Architecture Lower Level Upper Level Graduate Classroom Thes is/ Dissertation TOTAL E?t'*"Mt Arts & Sciences Lower Level Upper Level Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation Annual FTE 0 0 0 0 54. 8 5 9 60.7 iiiiNliii&B.m 2 ,884. 7 5,620.1 1 118.9 TOTAL Business 142.7 9,766.3 +mi Lower Level 471.5 Upper Level 1 919 8 Graduate Classroom 550 7 Thesis/Dissertation 8.8 TOTAL 2 950 8 EducaUon Lower Level 140. 5 Upper Level 2,312.1 Graduate Classroom 1 ,108. 6 Thesis/Dissertation 53.6 TOTAL 3,614.8 Engineering Lower Level 67 1 Upper Level 838.3 Graduate Classroom 284 9 Thesis/Dissertation 64 8 TOTAL 1,255.0 Fine Arts Lower Level 202.8 Upper Level 451.6 Graduate Classroom 49.4 Thesis/D is sertation 4.2 TOTAL 707 9 SOURCE : IRP #110 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996 Education & General All Campuses 1995-96 Total SCH Summer SCH Fall SCH Spring SCH 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,752 346 681 725 190 34 81 75 1,942 380 762 800 115,386 14,589 53,920 46,877 224, 804 35, 762 94 ,988 94,054 35,804 5 834 15, 147 14,823 4,566 868 1 ,807 1,891 380,560 57,053 165,862 157,645 18,861 2 186 8 ,505 8 170 76,792 14,759 31,643 30,390 17, 623 3 196 7,497 6 930 280 61 105 114 113 ,556 20 ,202 47,750 45,604 5,619 210 3 ,002 2,407 92,485 16, 707 38,646 37 132 35,475 10, 855 12,174 12,446 1,714 433 631 650 135,293 . 28,205 54,453 52,635 2,682 453 1 065 1 164 33,533 5,519 13 ,934 14, 080 9,117 1 142 4, 150 3 ,825 2 ,072 401 853 818 47,404 7,515 20,002 19,887 8 ,111 855 4,015 3 ,241 18, 063 2 693 7 858 7 ,512 1 ,581 250 674 657 134 8 48 78 27,889 3 806 12,595 11,488 104

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ANNUAL FTE AND FUNDED STUDENT CREDIT HOURS BY TERM E & G (continued) & Health Sciences All Campuses 1995-96 E & G (continued) Instructional Quality & Innovation Lower Level Upper Level TOTAL '" New College Lower Level Upper Level TOTAL Undergraduate Studies Lower Level PACE Annual FTE 10 4 69 5 79. 9 136.8 364 4 501.2 0 0 Lower Level 0.0 Upper Level 0 0 Graduate Classroom 8 8 TOTAL 8 8 HEAL TH SCIENCES Medicine Lower Level 0.0 Upper Level 2.6 Graduate Classroom 35. 3 Thesis/Dissertation 16 6 TOTAL 54. 5 !t!IJ!'f4@4!f..-JifMniitMf4%11 Nursing Lower Level Upper Level Graduate Classroom Thesi s/ Dissertation TOTAL Public Health 9 5 145 1 127 6 3 3 285 5 Lower Level 17 5 Upper Level 2 3 Graduate Classroom 216 2 Thes i s/Dissertation 11. 5 TOTAL 247 5 SOURCE : IRP #110 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 "" Total SCH 414 2,780 3,194 5,472 14 576 20,048 0 0 283 283 378 5 805 4 084 107 1 0 374 .,,, ' Summer SCH ,. 0 69 69 0 0 0 0 0 134 134 0 0 249 146 395 0 1,333 1 025 34 2 392 Fall SCH I' 414 1 120 1 534 3,424 7,824 11, 248 0 0 80 80 0 48 481 167 201 2 197 1 555 42 3 995 Spring SCH 0 1,591 1 ,591 2 048 6 752 8 800 0 0 69 69 0 54 401 217 177 2,275 1 504 31 3,987 699 57 348 294 93 0 81 12 6 918 1 ,557 2,701 2,660 368 77 133 158 8,D78 1 ,691 3 263 3 124 105

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ANNUAL FTE AND FUNDED STUDENT CREDIT HOURS BY TERM AnnualFTE TOTAL UNIVERSITYE & G Lower Level 3 913.6 Upper Level 11,575 8 Graduate Classroom 3 176. 1 Thesis/Dissertation 279.9 TOTAL 18,945.4 Tampa On-Campus & Off-Campus Lower Level 3,722. 6 Upper Level 8,654 1 Graduate Classroom 2,585 3 Thes i s/Dissertation 278.8 TOTAL 15,240 7 St. Petersburg On-Campus & Off-Campus Lower Level 36.9 Upper Level 1 014.2 Graduate Classroom 158. 1 Thesis/Dissertation 1 1 TOTAL 1 210 2 Sarasota On-Campus & Off-Campus Lower Level 17.3 Upper Level 505. 0 Graduate Classroom 113. 7 Thesis/Dissertation 0 0 TOTAL 635. 9 Ft. Myers On-Campus & Off-Campus Lower Level 0 0 Upper Level 691.6 Graduate Classroom 215 5 Thesis/Dissertation 0 0 TOTAL 907. 1 Lakeland On-Campus & Off-Campus Lower Level Upper Level Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation TOTAL New College Lower Level Upper Level TOTAL SOURCE: IRP #110 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 0 0 346 7 94.8 0 0 441.4 136. 8 364. 4 501.2 Total University E & G by Campus 1995-96 Total SCH Summer SCH Fall SCH Spring SCH 156,545 18, 293 7 4,345 63,907 463,033 15,509 196,013 191,511 101,635 21, 757 40,403 39,475 8 956 1 ,805 3 525 3,626 730 ,169 117,364 314,286 298,519 148 905 18 ,042 69,928 60, 935 346,162 54, 586 147, 294 144,282 82,728 16,521 33,571 32, 636 8 ,921 1,800 3,516 3 605 586 716 90,949 254,309 241,458 1 ,476 186 636 654 40,567 8,417 15, 979 16,171 5,058 1 ,395 1,871 1 ,792 35 5 9 21 47,136 10 003 18,495 18,638 692 65 357 270 20,199 4,384 8 298 7 ,517 3 ,637 941 1,304 1 392 0 0 0 0 24,528 5,390 9 959 9,179 0 0 0 0 27,663 4,887 11, 389 11,387 6 ,896 1,708 2 ,589 2,599 0 0 0 0 34,559 6,595 13,978 13, 986 0 0 0 0 13,866 3 ,235 5 229 5,402 3 ,033 1 ,058 988 987 0 0 0 0 16,899 6 217 6 389 106

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ANNUAL FTE AND FUNDED STUDENT CREDIT HOURS BY TERM Education & General Tampa Campus by College 1995-96 Annual FTE Architecture Lower Level 0 0 Upper Level 0 0 Graduate Class r oom 54. 8 The sis/Dissertation 5 9 TOTAL 60 7 Arts & Sciences Lower Level 2 860.5 Upper Level 4 ,722. 1 G r aduate Classroom 1,010 2 Thesis/D i ssertation 141. 6 TOTAL 8 ,734. 3 Business Lower Level 441.5 Upper Level 1,226.6 Graduate Classroom 467.3 Thes i s/D i ssertation 8.8 TOTAL 2 144 2 Education Lower Level Upper Level Graduate Classroom Thesis/ D i ssertation TOTAL fMii# ffyW-M! .* Engineering Lower Level Upper Level Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation TOTAL Fine Arts '( ...... ':. 140. 5 1 ,427. 7 729. 6 53. 6 2 351.4 67 1 803 5 273 9 64 8 1,209.3 Lower Level 202.8 Upper L e vel 408. 3 Graduate Classroom 49.4 Thesis/D i ssertation 4 2 TOTAL 664.7 iifuili4#i4ikM biiiiiiiiiliiiiMii!!l!MiB Instructional Quality & Innovation Lower Level Upper Level TOTAL SOURCE : IRP #110 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 10.4 65 8 76. 2 Total SCH Summer SCH Fall SCH Spring SCH 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,752 346 681 725 190 34 81 75 1 ,942 380 762 800 ... mmm 114 ,418 14,494 53, 446 46,478 188 ,882 28 ,479 80,858 79 ,545 32,326 4 975 13,844 13,507 4,531 863 1,798 1,870 340,157 -48,811 149,946 141,400 .. 17,661 2,030 7,986 7 645 49, 065 8 ,883 20,047 20, 135 14, 955 2,701 6 447 5,807 280 61 105 114 81,961 13, 675 34,585 33,701 KrP&W 5,619 210 3,002 2,407 57,109 9,931 24,471 22,707 23 ,348 7 161 7 943 8 ,244 631 650 87,790 17,735 36,047 34,008 4#211W**Dq&&z biitiMiAkWWIWlll 2 ,682 453 1,065 1 ,164 32,141 5 ,270 13,415 13,456 8 ,766 1,088 3 ,982 3 696 2 072 401 853 818 45,661 7 212 19, 315 19,134 8 ,111 855 4 ,015 3 ,241 16,333 1 960 7,431 6 ,942 1 ,581 250 674 657 134 8 48 78 26 159 3,073 12, 168 10,918 414 0 414 2 ,632 63 1,072 3 046 . 63 1,486 0 1,497 1,497 &Mi?&tiiiilll 107

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FALL 1996 FUNDED STUDENT CREDIT HOURS TOT AL UNIVERSITY Lower Level Upper Level Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation TOTAL FALL SCH 80,556 197,928 45,293 3,812 327,589 E & G (EDUCATION & GENERAL) TOTAL Lower Level 80,022 Upper Level 195,497 Graduate Classroom 40,041 Thesis/Dissertation 3,424 TOTAL 318,984 HEAL TH SCIENCES TOTAL Lower Level Upper Level Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation TOTAL Data Based on the Fall Preliminary Benchmark SOURCE : IRP #110 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 534 2,431 5,252 388 8,605 Total University Fall 1996* E&G Total Thesis/D i sserta tion Graduate Classroom 1 .07% Health Sciences Total Thesi s/Dissertation Lower Level 4 .51% 6 .21% Lower Level 108

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FALL 1996 FUNDED STUDENT CREDIT HOURS Total University (E & G) by Campus Fall 1996* FALL SCH TOTAL UNIVERSITY E & G (Education & General) Lower Level 80 022 Upper Level 195,497 Graduate Classroom 40 ,041 Thesis/D i ssertation 3,424 TOTAL 318,984 CAMPUSES TAMPA Lower Level Upper Level Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation TOTAL 75,972 145, 101 33 ,931 3,413 258,417 Graduate C lassroom Graduat e Classroom Total University Thesis/Dissertation 1 .07% Tampa Campus Thesis/Dissertation 1.32% Lower Level ST. PETERSBURG St. Petersburg Campus Lower Level Upper Level Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation TOTAL Data Based on t h e F a ll Prelim i n ary B e n c hmark SOURCE : IRP #110 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996 555 17 198 1,786 11 19,550 Graduat e C lassroom Thesi s/ D issertation Lower Level 109

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CAMPUSES( continued) SARASOTA I NEW COLLEGE Lower Level Upper Level Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation TOTAL FT. MYERS Lower Level Upper Level Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation TOTAL LAKELAND Lower Level Upper Level Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation TOTAL PACE Lower Level Upper Level Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation TOTAL Data Based on the Fall Preliminary Benc hmark SOURCE: IRP #110 FALL 1996 FUNDED STUDENT CREDIT HOURS 3,495 15, 895 970 0 20,360 0 12,155 2,536 0 14,691 0 5,148 818 0 5,966 0 0 0 0 0 Total University by Campus Fall 1996* Graduate Classroom Sarasota Campus Graduate Classroom 4 76% Lower Level 17.17 % Ft. Myers Campus Lakeland Campus G raduate C lassroom UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 110

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COLLEGES -E & G Architecture Lower Level Upper Level Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation TOTAL Arts & Sciences Lower Level Upper Level Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation TOTAL Business Lower Level Upper Level Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation TOTAL Education Lower Level Upper Level Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation TOTAL Data Based on the Fall Preliminary Benchmark SOURCE: IRP #110 FALL 1996 FUNDED STUDENT CREDIT HOURS E & G (Education & General) by College FALL SCH 0 18 675 84 777 58,491 94 732 14,943 1,730 169,896 Fall 1996* Engineering Lower Level Upper Level Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation TOTAL Fine Arts Lower Level Upper Level Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation TOTAL FALL SCH 1,389 14,081 4,169 732 20 ,371 3 632 7 879 669 54 12,234 Instructional Quality & Innovation 9,645 30,871 7,3B3 69 47,968 2,996 38,482 12 202 755 54,435 Lower Level Upper Level TOTAL New College Lower Level Upper Level TOTAL 561 1 274 1 835 3,308 8,160 11,468 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 111

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FALL 1996 FUNDED STUDENT CREDIT HOURS Health Sciences Total Lower Level Upper Level Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation TOTAL Public Health Lower Level Upper Level Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation TOTAL Data Based on the Fall Preliminary Benchmark SOURCE: IRP #110 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 FALL SCH 534 2,431 5,252 388 8,605 264 75 3,141 154 3,634 Health Sciences by College Fall 1996* Medical Science Lower Level Upper Level Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation TOTAL Nursing Lower Level Upper Level Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation TOTAL FALL SCH 0 235 551 184 970 270 2 ,121 1,560 50 4,001 112

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FALL 1996 FUNDED STUDENT CREDIT HOURS TOTAL FALL SCH Tampa On-Campus & Off-Campus Lower Level Upper Level Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation TOTAL COLLEGES Architecture Lower Level Upper Level Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation TOTAL Arts & Sciences Lower Level Upper Level Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation TOTAL Business Lower Level Upper Level Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation TOTAL Data Based on the Fall Preliminary Benchmark SOURCE: IRP #110 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 75 972 145,101 33,931 3,413 258,417 0 18 675 84 777 58,235 80,149 13,849 1,719 153,952 9,159 20,316 6,362 69 35,906 Tampa Campus by College Fall 1996* Education Lower Level Upper Level Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation TOTAL Engineering Lower Level Upper Level Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation TOTAL Fine Arts Lower level Upper Level Graduate Classroom Thesis/Dissertation TOTAL FALL SCH 2,996 22,556 8,375 755 34,682 1,389 13,526 4,001 732 19,648 3,632 7,340 669 54 11,695 Instructional Quality & Innovation Lower Level 561 1, 196 1 ,757 Upper Level TOTAL PACE Lower Level Upper Level Graduate Classroom TOTAL 0 0 0 0 113

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Section V COURSES AND DEGREES Course Sections by Campus Degree Programs Offered Degrees Awarded

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E & G FUNDABLE SECTIONS Total University FALL 95 FALL 96 Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total TOTAL Lower Levels 569 23 89 681 158 839 554 21 125 700 164 864 Upper Levels 1,813 94 161 2,068 454 2,522 1 815 94 189 2,098 493 2,591 Graduate Levels 731 61 5 797 352 1,149 782 73 5 860 737 1,597 Total All Levels 3,113 178 255 3,546 964 4,510 3,151 188 319 3,658 1,394 5,052 -. ARCHITECTURE Lower Levels 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Upper Levels 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 Graduate Levels 12 0 2 14 2 16 11 0 3 4 18 Total All Levels 12 0 2 14 2 16 ......... ARTS & SCIENCES Lower Levels 467 4 75 546 21 567 450 5 111 566 17 583 Upper Levels 949 59 110 1, 118 140 1,258 974 63 137 1 174 178 1,352 Graduate Levels 303 21 2 326 166 492 333 27 2 362 484 846 Total All Levels 1,719 84 187 1,990 327 2,317 1,757 95 250 2,102 679 2,781 -.................. ._ BUSINESS Lower Levels 31 18 0 49 0 49 33 15 0 48 0 48 Upper Levels 329 3 0 332 12 344 293 3 0 296 17 313 Graduate Levels 101 3 0 104 17 121 111 6 0 117 18 135 Total All Levels 461 24 0 485 29 514 437 24 0 461 35 496 -' lllfllllm!-EDUCATION Lower Levels 31 0 14 45 22 67 30 0 14 44 26 70 Upper Levels 297 30 5 332 124 456 296 25 4 325 107 432 Graduate Levels 180 32 0 212 78 290 188 35 0 223 103 326 Total All Levels 508 62 19 589 224 813 514 60 18 592 236 828 Note : 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 BOT951.SUS.COURSE HIST .DS0002B, USF.IS.BOT961 SUS COURSE HIST DS0002B UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 117

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E & G FUNDABLE SECTIONS Total University, continued FALL 95 FALL 96 Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total ENGINEERING Lower Levels 15 0 0 15 0 15 15 0 0 15 0 15 Upper Levels 160 1 41 202 10 212 165 1 42 208 18 226 Graduate Levels 123 0 1 124 37 161 125 0 0 125 72 197 Total All Levels 298 1 42 341 47 388 305 1 42 348 90 438 lk,':.;I. 'ii ,. ,, FINE ARTS Lower Levels 18 1 0 19 111 130 18 1 0 19 117 136 Upper Levels 70 0 5 75 155 230 74 0 5 79 151 230 Graduate Levels 12 5 0 17 52 69 14 5 0 19 56 75 Total All Levels 100 6 5 111 318 429 106 6 5 117 324 441 NEW COLLEGE Lower Levels 0 0 0 0 3 3 0 0 0 0 3 3 Upper Levels 0 0 0 0 9 9 0 0 0 0 10 10 Graduate Levels 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total All Levels 0 0 0 0 12 12 0 0 0 0 13 13 .t.."'. ><'"'ci R ,.... INSTR QUAL INNOV Lower Levels 7 0 0 7 8 8 0 0 8 1 9 Upper Levels 8 1 0 9 4 13 12 2 0 14 8 22 Graduate Levels 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total All Levels 15 1 0 16 5 21 20 2 0 22 9 31 , ,';<. :& '. <' .. .. OTHER Lower Levels 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Upper Levels 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 4 5 Graduate Levels 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total All Levels 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 4 5 Note: 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.BOT951.SUS.COURSE HIST.DS0002B, USF.IS.BOT961 SUS.COURSE HIST DS0002B UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 118

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E & G FUNDABLE SECTIONS TOTAL Lower Levels Upper Levels Graduate Levels Total All Levels -ARCHITECTURE Lower Levels Upper Levels Graduate Levels Total All Levels . -ARTS & SCIENCES Lower Levels Upper Levels Graduate Levels Total All Levels BUSINESS Lower Levels Upper Levels Graduate Levels Total All Levels ----EDUCATION Lower Levels Upper Levels Graduate Levels Total All Levels Tampa FALL 95 Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total 558 23 87 668 155 823 1,330 80 148 1,558 342 1,900 585 47 5 637 325 962 2,473 150 240 2 863 822 3 685 --0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 0 2 14 2 16 12 0 2 14 2 16 RllM-m 461 4 73 538 21 559 747 51 99 897 100 997 270 18 2 290 152 442 1,478 73 174 1 725 273 1 998 27 200 83 310 18 2 3 23 --31 166 116 313 0 26 21 47 0 0 0 0 14 4 0 18 45 202 86 333 45 196 137 378 0 6 16 22 22 71 66 159 45 208 102 355 67 267 203 537 Note : Includes all Off Campus courses FALL 96 Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total 544 21 123 688 161 849 1 324 76 176 1 576 381 1 957 642 60 5 707 695 1 402 2,510 157 304 2 ,971 1,237 4 208 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 11 0 3 14 4 18 12 0 3 15 4 19 444 5 109 558 17 575 758 54 126 938 146 1 084 301 26 2 329 472 801 1,503 85 237 1,825 635 2,460 __ ,_ 29 15 0 44 0 44 174 2 0 176 6 182 89 5 0 94 17 111 292 22 0 314 23 337 30 160 126 316 0 1 8 24 42 14 3 0 17 44 181 150 375 26 56 74 156 70 237 224 531 Other includes Superv i sed Research and Teaching Graduate Thesis and Dissertation, Internships, Directed Individual Study and Indiv i dua l Performance Instruction SOURCE : USF.IS .80T951.SUS. COURSE HIST DS00028 USF. IS .80T961 SUS COURSE HIST .DS00028 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 119

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E & G FUNDABLE SECTIONS Tampa, continued FALL 95 FALL 96 Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total ENGINEERING Lower Levels 14 0 0 14 0 14 15 0 0 15 0 15 Upper Levels 144 1 40 185 10 195 151 1 41 193 15 208 Graduate Levels 92 0 1 93 37 130 101 0 0 101 72 173 Total All Levels 250 1 41 292 47 339 267 41 309 87 396 ,,;Z.,, "' ,Ji ii ., ; .. -"I FINE ARTS Lower Levels 18 0 19 111 130 18 1 0 19 117 136 Upper Levels 65 0 5 70 151 221 68 0 5 73 147 220 Graduate Levels 12 5 0 17 52 69 14 5 0 19 56 75 Total All Levels 95 6 5 106 314 420 100 6 5 111 320 431 !lW .. -): ;}';_ .,,,. . ,. '. -, INSTR QUAL INNOV Lower Levels 7 0 0 7 1 8 8 0 0 8 1 9 Upper Levels 8 0 0 8 4 12 12 1 0 13 7 20 Graduate Levels 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total All Levels 15 0 0 15 5 20 20 1 0 21 8 ::;;f / '\; OTHER Lower Levels 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Upper Levels 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 4 5 Graduate Levels 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total All Levels 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 4 5 Note : 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 BOT951.SUS.COURSE.HIST.DS00028, USF.IS BOT961 SUS.COURSE.HIST.DS00028 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 120

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E & G FUNDABLE SECTIONS St. Petersburg FALL 95 FALL 96 Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total TOTAL Lower Levels 6 0 0 6 0 6 5 0 0 5 0 5 Upper Levels 172 5 5 182 32 214 178 6 4 188 38 226 Graduate Levels 34 1 0 35 15 50 33 0 0 33 18 51 Total All Levels 212 6 5 223 47 270 216 6 4 226 56 282 -"" ARTS & SCIENCES Lower Levels 2 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 1 Upper Levels 67 1 4 72 10 82 73 2 3 78 9 87 Graduate Levels 11 0 0 11 9 20 14 0 0 14 10 24 Total All Levels 80 1 4 85 19 104 88 2 3 93 19 112 -' --BUSINESS Lower Levels 4 0 0 4 0 4 4 0 0 4 0 4 Upper Levels 60 1 0 61 2 63 57 1 0 58 7 65 Graduate Levels 7 0 0 7 1 8 7 0 0 7 0 7 Total All Levels 71 1 0 72 3 75 68 1 0 69 7 76 - EDUCATION Lower Levels 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Upper Levels 40 2 1 20 45 2 1 48 21 69 Graduate Levels 16 1 0 5 12 0 0 12 8 20 Total All Levels 56 3 57 2 1 60 29 89 FINE ARTS Lower Levels 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Upper Levels 5 0 0 5 0 5 3 0 0 3 0 3 Graduate Levels 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total All Levels 5 0 0 5 0 5 3 0 0 3 0 3 Note : 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.BOT951 SUS COURSE.HIST.DS00028, USF IS.BOT961SUS COURSE.HIST DS0002B UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 121

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E & G FUNDABLE SECTIONS St. Petersburg, continued FALL 95 FALL 96 Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other INTR QUAL INNVO Lower Levels 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Upper Levels 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 Graduate Levels 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total All Levels 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 Note : 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.BOT951.SUS COURSE.HIST.DS00028, USF IS BOT961 SUS.COURSE HIST.DS0002B UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 0 1 0 1 Total 0 2 0 2 122

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E & G FUNDABLE SECTIONS Sarasota, Including New College FALL 95 FALL 96 Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total TOTAL Lower Levels 5 0 2 7 3 10 5 0 2 7 3 10 Upper Levels 96 2 2 100 32 132 98 2 3 103 32 135 Graduate Levels 32 2 0 34 3 37 33 3 0 36 4 40 Total All Levels 133 4 4 141 38 179 136 5 5 146 39 185 --'' m iii ARTS & SCIENCES Lower Levels 4 0 2 6 0 6 5 0 2 7 0 7 Upper Levels 40 2 2 44 10 54 50 1 2 53 9 62 Graduate Levels 6 0 0 6 2 8 6 0 0 6 0 6 Total All Levels 50 2 4 56 12 68 61 4 66 9 75 -BUSINESS Lower Levels 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Upper Levels 27 0 0 27 3 30 22 0 0 22 2 24 Graduate Levels 4 0 0 4 0 4 4 0 0 4 0 4 Total All Levels 31 0 0 31 3 34 26 0 0 26 2 28 -.. - EDUCATION Lower Levels 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Upper Levels 26 0 0 26 8 34 1 0 22 Graduate Levels 10 2 0 12 1 13 3 0 15 Total All Levels 36 2 0 38 9 47 -ff1iOO z ,,miMi!A ENGINEERING Lower Levels 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Upper Levels 3 0 0 3 0 3 4 0 1 5 Graduate Levels 12 0 0 12 0 12 11 0 0 11 Total All Levels 16 0 0 16 0 16 15 0 1 16 Note : Includes all Off Campus courses Other includes Supervised Research and Teaching Graduate Thesis and Dissertation Internships Directed Individual Study, a n d Indiv i dual Performance Instruct ion. SOURCE: USF IS.BOT951 SUS.COURSE HIST DS00028, USF.IS BOT961 SUS COURSE HIST.DS00028 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 0 0 8 30 4 19 0 0 1 6 0 11 1 17 123

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E & G FUNDABLE SECTIONS Sarasota, Including New College, continued FALL 95 FALL 96 Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other FINE ARTS Lower Levels 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Upper Levels 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 0 0 1 Graduate Levels 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total All Levels 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 0 0 1 '"' ,; ... NEW COLLEGE Lower Levels 0 0 0 0 3 3 0 0 0 0 Upper Levels 0 0 0 0 9 9 0 0 0 0 Graduate Levels 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total All Levels 0 0 0 0 12 12 0 0 0 0 Note : 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 BOT951 SUS COURSE HIST.DS0002B, USF IS BOT961SUS COURSE.HIST.DS00028 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 0 2 0 2 3 10 0 13 Total 0 3 0 3 ;. 3 10 0 13 124

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E & G FUNDABLE SECTIONS Lakeland FALL 95 FALL 96 Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total TOTAL Lower Levels 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Upper Levels 85 2 4 91 21 112 87 2 3 92 17 109 Graduate Levels 40 5 0 45 0 45 30 3 0 33 1 34 Total All Levels 125 7 4 136 21 157 117 5 3 125 18 143 - ARTS & SCIENCES Lower Levels 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Uppe r Levels 40 2 3 45 10 55 39 2 3 44 8 52 Graduate Levels 8 3 0 11 0 11 5 0 0 5 0 5 Total All Levels 48 5 3 56 10 66 44 2 3 49 8 57 -... "'"' v'i BUSINESS Lower Levels 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Upper Levels 16 0 0 16 1 17 11 0 0 11 1 12 Graduate Levels 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total All Levels 16 0 0 16 17 11 0 0 11 1 12 ... -11111111111111-, "'' EDUCATION Lower Levels 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Upper Levels 16 0 0 16 8 24 25 0 0 25 4 29 Graduate Levels 13 2 0 15 0 15 12 3 0 15 1 16 Total All Levels 29 2 0 31 8 39 37 3 0 40 5 45 -ENGINEERING Lower Levels 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Upper Levels 13 0 1 14 0 14 10 0 0 10 2 12 Graduate Levels 19 0 0 19 0 19 13 0 0 13 0 13 Total All Levels 32 0 1 33 0 33 23 0 0 23 2 25 Note : Includes all Off Campus courses. Other includes Supervised Research and Teaching Graduate Thesis and Dissertation Internsh ips, Direc t ed Individual Study and Individual Performance Ins t ruction. SOURCE : USF IS.BOT951 SUS.COURSE HIST DS0002B USF.IS BOT961 SUS COURSE.HIST .0800028 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 125

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E & G FUNDABLE SECTIONS Lakeland, continued FALL 95 FALL 96 Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other FINE ARTS Lower Levels 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Upper Levels 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 0 0 2 Graduate Levels 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total All Levels 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 0 0 2 Note : 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.BOT951.SUS.COURSE.HIST DS00028, USF IS BOT961 SUS.COURSE HIST DS00028 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 0 2 0 2 Total 0 4 0 4 126

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E & G FUNDABLE SECTIONS Ft. Myers FALL 95 FALL 96 Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total TOTAL Lower Levels 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Upper Levels 130 5 2 137 27 164 128 8 3 139 25 164 Graduate Levels 40 6 0 46 9 55 44 7 0 51 19 70 Total All Levels 170 11 2 183 36 219 172 15 3 190 44 234 -" Th ARTS & SCIENCES Lower Levels 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Upper Levels 55 3 2 60 10 70 54 4 3 61 6 67 Graduate Levels 8 0 0 8 3 11 7 1 0 8 2 10 Total All Levels 63 3 2 68 13 81 61 5 3 69 8 77 - .. >;< .,,.: ___ -,. _-- ___ ,_, __ BUSINESS Lower Levels 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Upper Levels 26 0 0 26 0 26 29 0 0 29 1 30 Graduate Levels 7 0 0 7 0 7 11 1 0 12 1 13 Total All Levels 33 0 0 33 0 33 40 1 0 41 2 43 -EDUCATION Lower Levels 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Upper Levels 49 2 0 51 17 68 45 4 0 49 18 67 Graduate Levels 25 6 0 31 6 37 26 5 0 31 16 47 Total All Levels 74 8 0 82 23 105 71 9 0 80 34 114 Note: I ncludes all Off Campus courses Other includes Supervised Research and Teaching, Graduate Thesis and Dissertation Internships Directed Ind i vidual Study and Individual Performance Instruction SOURCE : USF.IS BOT951.SUS COURSE HIST.DS0002B, USF IS BOT961 SUS COURSE HIST DS0002B UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 127

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E & G FUNDABLE SECTIONS Total University, Off-Campus Course Only FALL 95 FALL 96 Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total Class Discuss Labs Subtotal Other Total TOTAL Lower Levels 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 2 Upper Levels 22 11 33 19 0 0 19 10 29 Graduate Levels 71 7 78 84 10 0 94 6 100 Total All Levels 93 18 111 105 10 0 115 131 . "\X/'t t: M , '. ARTS & SCIENCES Lower Levels 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Upper Levels 4 0 4 0 3 0 0 3 1 4 Graduate Levels 6 0 6 1 4 3 0 7 0 7 Total All Levels 10 10 1 8 3 0 11 1 12 ' ,.:w_ ,, ....... BUSINESS Lower Levels 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Upper Levels 3 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 Graduate Levels 2 0 0 2 0 5 0 0 5 Total All Levels 5 0 0 5 0 5 0 0 5 :>f.,;:'"'
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ACADEMIC DEGREE PROGRAMS Total University FALL 1996 Degree Program Name Degree Program Level Degree Program Name Degree Program Level Bach. Mast. Doct. Spec./Prof Bach Mast. Doct. Spec./Prof. ARCHITECTURE COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES. cont. Architecture M Gerontology B M D History B M COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES Humanities B Independent Studies B Africana Studies B lnterdisc. Social Sciences B American Studies B M International Studies B Anthropology B M D Italian B Audiology M Liberal Arts/Studies .fl M Biology B D Library & Information Sciences M Botany B M Linguistics M Chemistry B M D Marine Science M D Classics B m Mass Communications .fl M Clinical Chemistry B Mathematics .fl M D Communication B M D Medical Technology B Criminology B M Microbiology B M Economics B Natural Sciences lnterdisc. B English B M D Philosophy B M D Environmental Sci. & Policy B Physics B M French B M Political Science B M Geography B M Psychology B M D Geology B M D Public Administration M German B Rehabilitative Counseling M fl indicates Limited Access m indicates Cooperative Master's Program UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 129

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Degree Program Name Bach. COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES. cont. Religious Studies B Russian B Social Work 12 Sociology B Spanish B Speech Language Pathology Women's Studies B Zoology COLLEGE OF BUSINESS Accounting 12 Business Administration 12 Business General 12 Economics 12 Executive MBA Executive MBA for Physicians Finance 12 Management Science 12 Marketing 12 12 indicates Limited Access UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 ACADEMIC DEGREE PROGRAMS Total University FALL 1996 Degree Program Level Degree Program Name Mast. Doct. Spec./Prof M M M M M M M M D M M M M COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Adult Education Art Education Behavior Disorders Business & Office Ed. Counselor Education Curriculum & Instruction Educational Leadership Elementary Education English Education Foreign Language Education Gifted Education lndust. Technicalffech. Ed. Junior College Teaching Mathematics Education Mental Retardation Education Music Education Physical Education Reading/Language Arts Ed. School Psychology Science Education Social Science Special Education Specific Learning Disabilities Vocationalffechnical Education Degree Program Level Bach. Mast. Doct. Spec./Prof. M B M B M B M M M D s M D s B M B M B M M B M M B M B M B M B M M M B M B B M B M B M 130

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ACADEMIC DEGREE PROGRAMS Total University FALL 1996 Degree Program Level Degree Program Name Degree Program Level Degree Program Name Bach. Mast. Doct. SRec./Prof. Bach. Mast. Doct. SRec./Prof. COLLEGE OF MEDICINE COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING Medical Sciences M D Medicine p Chemical Engineering .fl. M D Civil Engineering .fl. M D Computer Engineering .fl. M D Computer Science B M NEW COLLEGE Electrical Engineering .fl. M D Engineering General B M D New College Degree .fl. Engineering Management M Environmental Health Engineering M Industrial Engineering .fl. M D COLLEGE OF NURSING Information Systems B M Mechanical Engineering .fl. M D Nursing .fl. M D* COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS COLLEGE OF PUBLIC HEAL TH Art B M Art History M Health Administration M Dance B Public Health M D Dramatic Arts B Music B M .fl. indicates Limited Access Effective Fall, 1997 Source : USF Office of Academic Affairs UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 131

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DEGREE PROGRAMS & DEGREES AWARDED Total University by College 1995-96 Bachelors Masters and EdS PhD 1st Professional Number of Number of Number of Number of Number of Number of Number of Number of Degree Degrees Degree Degrees Degree Degrees Degree Degrees College Programs Awarded Programs Awarded Programs Awarded Programs Awarded Architecture 19 Arts and Sciences 40 2,530 33 509 11 64 Business 7 1 190 6 294 4 Education 16 958 25 518 2 33 Engineering 9 359 11 196 7 27 Fine Arts 4 138 3 34 New College 110 Medicine 11 10 86 Nursing 129 96 Public Health 2 115 4 Total 78 5,414. 83 1,792 23 142 1 86 The sum of the bachelor degrees awarded by College does not include 105 degrees awarded as double majors NOTE: BA/BS Option is counted as one program. Number of Degree programs does not include tracks within programs. SOURCES : Office of Academic Affairs ; IRP/DEGOO UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 132

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TEN-YEAR HISTORY OF DEGREES AWARDED Total Academic Year Bachelors Masters & EdS PhD/EdD Professional Total 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 1994-95 5,368 1,730 111 96 7,305 1995-96 5,519 1,782 152 86 7,539 SOURCE: IRP/85814DEGOO UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 133

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REPRESENTATION OF ACCREDITATION STATUS Commission on Colleges Southern Association of Colleges and Schools '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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Total University Admini & Prof -Univ Support Personnel ---Faculty -Librarians --Adjuncts ---Grad Assistants --Univ Support/OPS -Other* Sub Total -Student Assistants -CWSP -Sub Total Parttime Fulltime Parttime F.T E 4,633 5,544 845.22 -530 28 16.18 2,112 73 39 70 -Jllllflllll 1, 898 195 85.85 -52 4 2.25 13 498 154 94 28 1, 196 546 30 -0 840 0 00 -0 1, 050 0.00 -4,633 3,884 845 22 0 1,292 0.00 -0 368 0.00 -0 1,660 0.00 Other = Grad Fellows Non-Salaried Adjuncts and Housestaff UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996 EMPLOYEE HEADCOUNT Total University FALL 1996 Excel Prof Servi Male Female Adm/Man Faculty Non-Fae Clerk/ Tech Maint Student 5,002 5 175 -270 288 -741 1,444 rnr-1,340 753 -13 43 -251 260 -616 608 389 451 -647 403 -4,267 4,250 -634 658 -101 267 -735 925 376 3 708 1 898 2, 108 427 1,660 10 177 _, __ 225 0 333 0 0 0 558 0 0 490 1,368 327 0 2, 185 129 1, 705 259 0 0 0 2,093 0 52 4 0 0 0 56 "" ___ 0 511 0 0 0 0 511 0 1, 224 0 0 0 0 1, 224 0 0 1 739 100 0 840 ----1-22 216 811 1 0 0 1, 050 376 3, 708 1,898 2 108 427 0 8,517 ----0 0 0 0 0 1,292 1,292 0 0 0 0 0 368 368 all 0 0 0 0 0 1,660 1,660 137

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FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Total University FALL 1996 Professor Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer HEADCOUNT 500 406 373 151 52 ,. -' ... >:,. . -, ,"'" _-. -.: 9 Contract Months 317 278 220 58 18 12 Contract Months 183 128 153 93 34 Other Contract Months 0 0 0 0 0 !11' Male 424 278 186 64 24 Female 76 128 187 87 28 Black Non-Hispanic 7 22 20 25 5 American Indian 3 0 4 0 0 Asian, Pacific Islander 24 20 37 1 1 Hispanic 12 13 19 9 3 White, Non-Hispanic 454 351 293 116 43 -( .'. ., --, Bachelors 3 8 8 21 15 Masters 28 53 51 88 25 Professional 72 56 74 18 0 Doctorate 397 289 240 24 12 fllf.1,. . . _' - Tenured 476 326 10 0 0 Tenure Track 16 49 255 0 0 Non-Tenure Track 8 31 108 151 52 Not Applicable 0 0 0 0 0 Mean Age 56 48 41 45 50 Mean Experience USF 17 12 4 5 6 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 FACT BOOK 1996-97 891 591 0 976 506 79 7 83 56 55 245 220 962 812 320 350 0 49 11 138

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FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Total University by College and by Campus FALL 1996 Professor Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer Total TOTAL UNIVERSITY 500 406 373 151 52 -Colleges: Architecture 2 2 2 0 0 6 Arts & Sciences 197 127 110 50 6 490 Business 39 42 23 19 9 132 Education 50 42 46 19 0 157 Engineering 36 27 21 4 3 91 Fine Arts 24 32 10 1 6 73 New College --19 21 10 1 1 52 Other 0 2 4 29 3 38 -FMHI 11 17 8 3 24 63 Medicine 100 78 115 18 0 311 Nursing 4 7 14 5 0 30 Public Health 18 9 10 2 0 39 Campuses: Tampa 452 359 325 130 47 1 313 St. Petersburg 21 17 9 7 2 56 Sarasota/New College 22 24 15 5 1 67 Lakeland 0 1 2 1 1 5 Ft. Myers 5 5 22 8 1 41 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 139

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FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Architecture -All Campuses FALL 1996 Professor Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer Total HEADCOUNT 2 2 2 0 0 6 9 Contract Months 2 0 0 0 0 2 12 Contract Months 0 2 2 0 0 4 Other Contract Months 0 0 0 0 0 0 Male 2 2 2 0 0 6 Female 0 0 0 0 0 0 fllfaflllWlllBlllll Black, Non-Hispanic 0 0 1 0 0 1 American Indian 0 0 0 0 0 0 Asian, Pacific Islander 0 0 0 0 0 0 Hispanic 0 0 0 0 0 0 White, Non-Hispanic 2 2 1 0 0 5 Bachelors 0 0 0 0 0 0 Masters 2 1 2 0 0 5 Professional 0 0 Q 0 0 0 Doctorate 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 3 Tenure-Track 0 0 2 0 0 2 Non-Tenure Track 1 0 0 0 0 1 Not Applicable 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mean Age 65 44 41 0 0 50 Mean Experience USF 5 8 5 0 0 6 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 140

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FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Arts & Sciences All Campuses FALL 1996 Professor Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer Total HEADCOUNT 197 127 110 50 6 490 ---9 Contract Months 168 118 108 26 3 423 12 Contract Months 29 9 2 24 3 67 Other Contract Months 0 0 0 0 0 0 -Male 165 86 55 20 4 330 Female 32 41 55 30 2 160 --Black, Non-Hispanic 4 10 11 3 0 28 American Indian 2 0 1 0 0 3 Asian, Pacific Islander 10 6 10 0 0 26 Hispanic 3 7 4 3 1 18 White, Non-Hispanic 178 104 84 44 5 415 Bachelors 2 2 3 4 1 12 Masters 4 8 14 36 2 64 Professional 0 0 1 0 0 1 Doctorate 191 117 92 10 3 413 -:lillEI Tenured 192 110 4 0 0 306 Tenure-Track 4 17 88 0 0 109 Non-Tenure Track 1 0 18 50 6 75 Not Applicable 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mean Age 57 49 41 45 54 50 Mean Experience USF 21 14 3 3 7 13 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 141

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FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Business All Campuses FALL 1996 Professor Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer Total HEADCOUNT 39 42 23 19 9 132 1!111111116Wlla1111111 9 Contract Months 33 41 23 12 8 117 12 Contract Months 6 1 0 7 1 15 Other Contract Months 0 0 0 0 0 0 Male 37 35 16 11 7 106 Female 2 7 7 8 2 26 --Black, Non-Hispanic 1 4 1 0 0 6 American Indian 0 0 1 0 0 1 Asian, Pacific Islander 0 0 2 0 0 2 Hispanic 0 0 1 1 0 2 White, Non-Hispanic 38 38 18 18 9 121 t .. Bachelors 0 0 0 3 0 3 Masters 0 4 5 12 5 26 Professional 0 2 0 2 0 4 Doctorate 39 36 18 2 4 99 Tenured 38 40 1 0 0 79 Tenure-Track 1 1 21 0 0 23 Non-Tenure Track 0 1 1 19 9 30 Not Applicable 0 0 0 0 0 0 --Mean Age 53 53 41 48 54 50 Mean Experience USF 15 16 4 8 7 12 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 142

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FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Education All Campuses FALL 1996 Professor Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer Total HEADCOUNT 50 42 46 19 0 157 --9 Contract Months 43 41 46 15 0 145 12 Contract Months 7 1 0 4 0 12 Other Contract Months 0 0 0 0 0 0 """ Male 33 16 13 4 0 66 Female 17 26 33 15 0 91 Black, Non-Hispanic 1 3 3 4 0 11 American Indian 0 0 1 0 0 1 Asian, Pacific Islander 1 1 1 0 0 3 Hispanic 1 0 2 1 0 4 White, Non-Hispanic 47 38 39 14 0 138 Bachelors 0 1 0 2 0 3 Masters 0 9 9 12 0 30 Professional 0 0 0 1 0 1 Doctorate 50 32 37 4 0 123 -Tenured 47 34 1 0 0 82 Tenure-Track 2 6 40 0 0 48 Non-Tenure Track 1 2 5 19 0 27 Not Applicable 0 0 0 0 0 0 -Mean Age 56 49 42 47 0 49 Mean Experience USF 17 12 3 6 0 10 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 143

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FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Engineering All Campuses FALL 1996 Professor Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer Total HEADCOUNT 36 27 21 4 3 91 9 Contract Months 31 26 21 3 2 83 12 Contract Months 5 1 0 1 1 8 Other Contract Months 0 0 0 0 0 0 36 25 17 4 2 84 Female 0 2 4 0 1 Ii-.. Black, Non-Hispanic 0 1 0 0 0 1 American Indian 1 0 0 0 0 1 Asian, Pacific Islander 7 5 6 1 0 19 Hispanic 5 1 3 0 1 10 White, Non-Hispanic 23 20 12 3 2 60 . Bachelors 0 0 1 1 0 2 Masters 1 6 2 1 2 12 Professional 0 0 0 1 0 1 Doctorate 35 21 18 1 1 76 Tenured 36 26 2 0 0 64 Tenure-Track 0 1 19 0 0 20 Non-Tenure Track 0 0 0 4 3 7 Not Applicable 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mean Age 55 43 38 50 54 47 Mean Experience USF 16 10 5 2 17 11 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 144

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FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY New College FALL 1996 Professor Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer Total HEADCOUNT 19 21 10 1 1 9 Contract Months 19 21 10 1 1 52 12 Contract Months 0 0 0 0 0 0 Other Contract Months 0 0 0 0 0 0 Male 16 13 2 0 0 31 3 8 8 1 1 21 Black, Non-Hispanic 0 0 0 0 0 0 American Indian 0 0 0 0 0 0 Asian, Pacific Islander 0 0 0 0 0 0 Hispanic 0 1 0 1 0 2 ':"hite, Non-Hispanic 19 20 10 0 1 50 Bachelors 0 0 0 0 1 1 Masters 0 3 1 1 0 5 Professional 0 0 0 0 0 0 Doctorate 19 18 9 0 0 46 't"#!J!, Tenured 19 21 0 0 0 40 Tenure-Track 0 0 10 0 0 10 Non-Tenure Track 0 0 0 1 1 2 Not Applicable 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mean Age 56 48 34 30 74 48 Mean Experience USF 17 12 2 0 21 12 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 146

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FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Other -All Campuses FALL 1996 Professor Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer Total HEADCOUNT 0 2 4 29 3 38 9 Contract Months 0 1 2 0 2 5 12 Contract Months 0 1 2 29 1 33 Other Contract Months 0 0 0 0 0 0 r t! Male 0 2 3 12 1 18 Female 0 0 1 17 2 20 -Black, Non-Hispanic 0 0 0 13 0 13 American Indian 0 0 0 0 0 0 Asian Pacific Islander 0 0 0 0 1 1 H i spanic 0 0 0 1 0 1 White Non-Hispanic 0 2 4 15 2 23 Bachelors 0 0 0 7 0 7 Masters 0 0 1 16 2 19 Professional 0 0 0 0 0 0 Doctorate 0 2 3 6 1 12 Tenured 0 2 0 0 0 2 Tenure-Track 0 0 2 0 0 2 Non-Tenure Track 0 0 2 29 3 34 Not Applicable 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mean Age 0 55 45 45 46 45 Mean Experience USF 0 17 5 8 3 8 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 147

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FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Florida Mental Health Institute FALL 1996 Professor Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer Total HEADCOUNT 11 17 8 3 9 Contract Months 0 0 0 12 Contract Months 17 8 3 24 63 Other Contract Months 0 0 0 0 0 Male 9 12 2 0 7 30 Female 2 5 6 3 17 33 Black, Non-Hispanic 0 0 1 3 4 8 American Indian 0 0 0 0 0 0 Asian, Pacific Islander 0 0 0 0 0 0 Hispanic 0 1 0 0 1 2 White, Non-Hispanic 11 16 7 0 19 53 ir-Bachelors 0 0 0 3 8 11 Masters 0 1 2 0 13 16 Professional 2 1 0 0 0 3 Doctorate 9 15 6 0 3 33 Tenured 11 8 0 0 0 19 Tenure-Track 0 3 1 0 0 4 Non-Tenure Track 0 6 7 3 24 40 Not Applicable 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mean Age 49 46 42 36 46 45 Mean Experience USF 11 7 6 3 3 6 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 148

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FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Medicine FALL 1996 Professor Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer Total HEADCOUNT 100 78 115 18 0 311 -9 Contract Months 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 Contract Months 100 78 115 18 0 311 Other Contract Months 0 0 0 0 0 0 --Male 91 60 66 11 0 228 Female 9 18 49 7 0 83 Black, Non-Hispanic 1 1 2 0 5 American Indian 0 0 1 0 0 1 Asian, Pacific Islander 5 6 15 0 0 26 Hispanic 3 2 9 2 0 16 White, Non-Hispanic 91 69 89 14 0 263 --._,_--' Bachelors 0 0 2 1 0 3 Masters 2 1 5 3 0 11 Professional 66 52 73 14 0 205 Doctorate 32 25 35 0 0 92 -Tenured 89 42 1 0 0 132 Tenure-Track 7 16 51 0 0 74 Non-Tenure Track 4 20 63 18 0 105 Not Applicable 0 0 0 0 0 0 ,_ Mean Age 56 45 40 38 0 46 Mean Experience USF 13 9 4 3 0 8 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 149

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FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Nursing -All Campuses FALL 1996 Professor Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer Total HEADCOUNT 4 7 14 5 0 30 --9 Contract Months 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 Contract Months 4 7 14 5 0 30 Other Contract Months 0 0 0 0 0 0 Male 0 0 0 0 0 0 Female 4 7 14 5 0 30 -Black, Non-Hispanic 0 0 0 0 0 0 American Indian 0 0 0 0 0 0 Asian, Pacific Islander 0 0 0 0 0 0 Hispanic 0 0 0 0 0 0 White, Non-Hispanic 4 7 14 5 0 30 Bachelors 0 0 0 0 0 0 Masters 0 3 2 5 0 10 Professional 0 0 0 0 0 0 Doctorate 4 4 12 0 0 20 -Tenured 4 7 0 0 0 11 Tenure-Track 0 0 8 0 0 8 Non-Tenure Track 0 0 6 5 0 11 Not Applicable 0 0 0 0 0 0 -Mean Age 56 54 50 47 0 51 Mean Experience USF 12 16 4 3 0 8 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 150

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FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Public Health All Campuses FALL 1996 Professor Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer Total HEADCOUNT 18 9 10 2 0 39 9 Contract Months 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 Contract Months 18 9 10 2 0 39 Other Contract Months 0 0 0 0 0 0 Male 15 4 7 1 0 27 Female 3 5 3 1 0 12 Black, Non-Hispanic 0 0 1 0 0 American Indian 0 0 0 0 0 0 Asian, Pacific Islander 1 1 3 0 0 5 Hispanic 0 0 0 0 0 0 White, Non-Hispanic 17 8 6 2 0 33 -' Bachelors 0 0 0 0 0 0 Masters 0 0 1 1 0 2 Professional 4 0 0 0 0 4 Doctorate 14 9 9 1 0 33 Tenured 15 6 0 0 0 21 Tenure-Track 2 2 7 0 0 11 Non-Tenure Track 1 1 3 2 0 7 Not Applicable 0 0 0 0 0 0 -.. .,. Mean Age 54 50 44 46 0 50 Mean Experience USF 9 8 3 0 0 7 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 151

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FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Tampa* FALL 1996 Professor Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer Total HEADCOUNT 452 359 325 130 47 -9 Contract Months 273 232 173 49 13 740 12 Contract Months 179 127 152 81 34 573 Other Contract Months 0 0 0 0 0 0 ; Male 386 246 166 53 20 871 Female 66 113 159 77 27 442 --. '.' ,. Black, Non-Hispanic 7 20 17 21 5 70 American Indian 3 0 3 0 0 6 Asian, Pacific Islander 24 20 36 1 1 82 Hispanic 12 12 18 7 3 52 White, Non-Hispanic 406 307 251 101 38 1,103 Bachelors 3 7 8 17 14 49 Masters 28 48 41 79 24 220 Professional 72 56 74 16 0 218 Doctorate 349 248 202 18 9 826 Tenured 430 282 9 0 0 721 Tenure-Track 15 46 212 0 0 273 Non-Tenure Track 7 31 104 130 47 319 Not Applicable 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mean Age 56 48 41 44 48 48 Mean Experience USF 17 12 4 5 6 11 *Based on campus of main pay account NOTE: Includes faculty on leave or sabbatical and excludes their visiting replacements UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 152

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FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY St. Petersburg* FALL 1996 Professor Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer Total HEADCOUNT 21 17 9 7 2 56 --9 Contract Months 17 16 9 2 2 46 12 Contract Months 4 1 0 5 0 10 Other Contract Months 0 0 0 0 0 0 -Male 17 11 5 4 2 39 Female 4 6 4 3 0 -Black, Non-Hispanic 0 1 2 3 0 6 American Indian 0 0 0 0 0 0 Asian, Pacific Islander 0 0 0 0 0 0 Hispanic 0 0 0 0 0 0 White, Non-Hispanic 21 16 7 4 2 50 Bachelors 0 1 0 1 0 2 Masters 0 2 2 2 1 7 Professional 0 0 0 1 0 1 Doctorate 21 14 7 3 1 46 Tenured 19 15 0 0 0 34 Tenure-Track 1 2 7 0 0 10 Non-Tenure Track 1 0 2 7 2 12 Not Applicable 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mean Age 55 52 42 47 62 51 Mean Experience USF 16 14 4 4 20 12 *Based on campus of main pay account NOTE: Includes faculty on leave or sabbatical and excludes their visiting replacements UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 153

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FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Sarasota/New College* FALL 1996 Professor Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer Total HEADCOUNT 22 24 15 5 67 9 Contract Months 22 24 15 2 1 64 12 Contract Months 0 0 0 3 0 3 Other Contract Months 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 16 4 1 0 39 Female 4 8 11 4 1 28 Black, Non-Hispanic 0 0 1 1 0 2 American Indian 0 0 0 0 0 0 Asian, Pacific Islander 0 0 0 0 0 0 Hispanic 0 1 0 2 0 3 White, Non-Hispanic 22 23 14 2 1 62 Bachelors 0 0 0 1 1 2 Masters 0 3 2 4 0 9 Professional 0 0 0 0 0 0 Doctorate 22 21 13 0 0 56 -' Tenured 22 23 0 0 0 45 Tenure-Track 0 1 14 0 0 15 Non-Tenure Track 0 0 1 5 1 7 Not Applicable 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mean Age 57 48 39 40 74 49 Mean Experience USF 18 12 3 2 21 11 *Based on campus of main pay account NOTE: Includes faculty on leave or sabbatical and excludes their visiting replacements UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 154

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FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Lakeland* FALL 1996 Professor Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer Total HEADCOUNT 0 1 2 1 5 --9 Contract Months 0 1 2 0 1 4 12 Contract Months 0 0 0 1 0 1 Other Contract Months 0 0 0 0 0 0 -Male 0 1 1 0 3 Female 0 0 1 1 0 2 Black Non-Hispanic 0 0 0 0 0 0 Amer i can Indian 0 0 0 0 0 0 Asian, Pacific Islander 0 0 0 0 0 0 Hispanic 0 0 0 0 0 0 White, Non-Hispanic 0 1 2 1 1 5 Bachelors 0 0 0 0 1 Masters 0 0 1 0 0 1 Professional 0 0 0 0 0 0 Doctorate 0 1 1 0 1 3 Tenured 0 1 0 0 0 Tenure-Track 0 0 2 0 0 2 Non-Tenure Track 0 0 0 1 1 2 Not Applicable 0 0 0 0 0 0 ---Mean Age 0 43 49 32 59 47 Mean Experience USF 0 6 6 2 5 5 *Based on campus of main pay account NOTE : Includes faculty on leave or sabbatical and excludes their visiting replacements UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 155

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FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Ft. Myers FALL 1996 Professor Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer Total HEADCOUNT 5 5 22 8 "-*'f'.,l ., 9 Contract Months 5 1 12 Contract Months 3 0 Other Contract Months 0 0 0 Male 6 1 Female 2 2 0 Black, Non-Hispanic 0 1 0 0 0 1 American Indian 0 0 1 0 0 1 Asian, Pacific Islander 0 0 1 0 0 1 Hispanic 0 0 1 0 0 1 White, . ,_ . 5 4 19 8 1 37 : ;. . Bachelors 0 0 0 1 1 Masters 0 0 5 3 Professional 0 0 0 1 Doctorate 5 5 17 3 Tenured 5 5 1 0 0 11 Tenure-Track 0 0 20 0 0 20 Non-Tenure Track 0 0 1 8 1 10 Not Applicable 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mean Age 58 44 48 63 48 Mean Experience USF 13 14 4 3 7 6 *Based on campus of main pay account NOTE: Includes faculty on leave or sabbatical and excludes their visiting replacements UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 156

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PART-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Total University FALL 1996 Professor Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer Total HEADCOUNT 48 42 57 21 4 172 -9 Contract Months 5 5 8 10 4 32 12 Contract Months 43 37 49 11 0 140 Other Contract Months 0 0 0 0 0 0 Male 45 33 34 8 3 123 Female 3 9 23 13 1 49 -4111 Black, Non-Hispanic 0 2 2 2 0 6 American Indian 0 0 0 1 0 1 Asian, Pacific Islander 2 4 4 0 0 10 Hispanic 4 2 3 1 0 10 White, Non-Hispanic 42 34 48 17 4 145 -Bachelors 1 1 0 2 0 4 Masters 1 1 2 13 2 19 Professional 33 31 37 0 0 101 Doctorate 13 9 18 6 2 48 .. Tenured 24 11 0 0 0 35 Tenure-Track 6 9 18 0 0 33 Non-Tenure Track 18 22 39 21 4 104 Not Applicable 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mean Age 59 48 42 49 44 49 Mean Experience USF 11 9 5 6 4 8 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 FACT BOOK 1996-97 157

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PART-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Total University by College and by Campus FALL 1996 Professor Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer Total Hdcnt FTE Hdcnt FTE Hdcnt FTE Hdcnt FTE Hdcnt FTE Hdcnt FTE TOTAL UNIVERSITY 48 20.55 42 16.62 57 25.07 21 10.57 4 2.25 172 75.06 Colleges: Architecture 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0 00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 Arts & Sciences 3 1.75 1 0.93 2 0 93 4 1.34 0 0.00 10 4.95 Business 0 0 00 0 0.00 1 0.75 1 0 75 0 0.00 2 1 50 Education 0 0.00 1 0.66 2 0.83 5 3.05 0 0.00 8 4.54 Engineering 1 0.50 0 0.00 0 0 00 0 0.00 1 0.50 2 1.00 Fine Arts 1 0.50 3 1 82 2 1.25 0 0.00 0 0.00 6 3 57 New College 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0 00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 Other 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 35 4 2.40 3 1.75 8 4.50 FMHI 0.80 1 0.75 0 0 00 0 0.00 0 0.00 2 1.55 Medicine 38 14.65 34 11.83 44 18 92 4 1.78 0 0.00 120 47.18 Nursing 2 1.44 1 0.13 1 0.50 3 1 25 0 0 00 7 3.32 Public Health 2 0 .91 1 0.50 4 1.54 0 0 00 0 0.00 7 2.95 Campuses: Tampa 48 20.55 41 15.69 55 23 99 17 8.07 1 0.50 162 68.80 St. Petersburg 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 Sarasota/New College 0 0.00 1 0 93 2 1 08 1 0.75 0 0.00 4 2.76 Lakeland 0 0.00 0 0 00 0 0 00 0 0 00 3 1.75 3 1.75 Ft. Myers 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 3 1.75 0 0.00 3 1.75 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 158

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ADJUNCT FACULTY Total University FALL 1996 Professor Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer Total HEADCOUNT 20 14 16 378 83 511 -9 Contract Months 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 Contract Months 0 0 0 0 0 0 Other Contract Months 20 14 16 378 83 511 -Male 16 12 9 168 46 251 Female 4 2 7 210 37 260 -Black, Non-Hispanic 1 1 1 13 17 American Indian 0 0 0 5 1 6 Asian, Pacific Islander 0 0 1 9 1 11 Hispanic 0 1 2 17 4 24 White, Non-Hispanic 19 12 12 334 76 453 --Bachelors 1 0 1 56 6 64 Masters 4 3 2 198 46 253 Professional 0 1 4 12 6 23 Doctorate 15 10 9 112 25 171 -Tenured 2 1 0 0 0 3 Tenure-Track 0 0 0 0 0 0 Non-Tenure Track 18 13 16 378 83 508 Not Applicable 0 0 0 0 0 0 -Mean Age 60 63 41 47 51 48 Mean Experience USF 17 12 2 1 1 2 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 159

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ADJUNCT FACULTY Total University by College and by Campus FALL 1996 Professor Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer Total Hdcnt FTE Hdcnt FTE Hdcnt FTE Hdcnt FTE Hdcnt FTE Hdcnt FTE TOTAL UNIVERSITY 20 8 .78 14 7 89 16 5.40 378 118.86 83 27 .01 511 167 94 Colleges : Architecture 0 0 .00 0 .21 0 0.00 3 0.48 0 0.00 4 0.69 Arts & Sciences 5 2 .00 6 3 72 6 0.71 159 50. 63 58 20 05 234 77.11 Business 3 2.18 1 1.00 0 18 29 7 .91 5 1 .31 39 12 58 Education 10 3 96 3 1.86 0 0.00 119 40.58 7 1.51 139 47.91 Engineering 0 0 .00 0 0.00 1 0 20 11 3.52 5 0.96 17 4 .68 Fine Arts 1 0 28 0 0.00 0 18 25 6 96 2 0 .71 29 8 13 New College 0 0 .00 0 0.00 0 0 00 1 0 .50 1 0 18 2 0 68 ........ Other 0.36 0 0.00 0 0 00 17 3 90 4 2.04 22 6 30 FMHI 0 0 .00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0 00 Medicine 0 0 .00 0.25 7 4.13 1 1 .00 0 0.00 9 5 38 Nursing 0 0 .00 1 0 .60 0 0.00 9 2 39 0 0.00 10 2.99 Public Health 0 0 .00 1 0 25 0 0 .00 4 0 99 0.25 6 1.49 -Campuses: Tampa 19 8.42 13 6 89 16 5.40 241 82 95 51 18.01 340 121.67 St. Petersburg 0 0.00 1 1 .00 0 0.00 37 10.37 8 2 .73 46 14 10 Sarasota/New College 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 28 7.30 16 3.48 44 10 78 Lakeland 1 0.36 0 0 .00 0 0 00 17 3 90 3 1.47 21 5 73 Ft. Myers 0 0.00 0 0 .00 0 0.00 55 14 34 5 1.32 60 1 5 66 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996 97 160

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HEADCOUNT 9 Contract Months 12 Contract Months Other Contract Months Male Female Black, Non-Hispanic American Indian Asian, Pacific Islander Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic Bachelors Masters Professional Doctorate Tenured Tenure-Track Non-Tenure Track Not Applicable Mean Age Mean Experience USF Research Associate 109 0 109 0 42 67 5 0 10 8 86 106 3 0 0 0 0 0 109 31 2 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 GRADUATE ASSISTANTS Total University FALL 1996 Research Teaching Assistant Associate 244 151 0 0 244 151 0 0 140 85 104 66 8 4 0 2 66 11 27 2 143 132 244 148 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 244 151 29 34 2 3 Teaching Graduate Assistant Assistant Total 235 485 0 0 0 235 485 1,224 0 0 0 101 248 616 134 237 608 10 22 49 2 4 8 12 110 209 16 27 80 195 322 878 230 480 1,208 5 5 16 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 235 485 1224 32 30 31 2 2 2 161

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GRADUATE ASSISTANTS Total University by College and by Campus FALL 1996 Research Research Teaching Teaching Graduate Associate Assistant Associate Assistant Assistant Total Hdcnt FTE Hdcnt FTE Hdcnt FTE Hdcnt FTE Hdcnt FTE Hdcnt FTE TOTAL UNIVERSITY 109 53.78 244 114.20 151 78.23 235 104.23 485 223.87 574.30 -Colleges: Architecture 0 0.00 0.25 2 1.00 0 0.00 13 4.00 16 5.25 Arts & Sciences 37 19.25 81 38.37 132 69.13 169 78.67 162 73 76 581 279.17 Business 17 7.95 0 0.00 5 2.08 8 4.00 26 11.74 56 25.77 Education 40 18.70 6 2.00 8 4.28 11 4.26 34 18.19 99 47.43 Engineering 5 2.25 114 54.33 3 1.50 15 8.31 66 28.57 203 94.96 Fine Arts 0 0.00 2 0.79 0 0.00 25 6.94 10 3.03 37 10.76 New College 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 -Other 0.50 7 3.50 0 0.00 3 1 00 47 25 32 58 30.32 --FMHI 6 3.00 12 6 .25 0 0.00 0 0.00 5 3.75 23 13 00 Medicine 2 1.88 7 3.66 0 0.00 0 0.00 74 31.88 83 37.42 Nursing 0 0.00 11 3.55 1 0.25 3 0.80 0 0.00 15 4.60 Public Health 1 0.25 3 1.50 0 0.00 1 0.25 48 23.63 53 25.63 -Campuses : Tampa 98 47.90 220 101.58 150 77.73 227 100.73 476 219.12 1, 171 547.06 St. Petersburg 11 5.88 24 12.62 1 0.50 4 2.00 9 4.75 49 25.75 Sarasota/New College 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 2 1 00 0 0.00 2 1.00 Lakeland 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 2 0.50 0 0.00 2 0.50 Ft. Myers 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 162

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FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY SALARY INFORMATION Total University -9 Month Basis Fall 1996 College Professor Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer Total Architecture Minimum $ 0 $ 42,162 $ 35,357 $ 0 $ 0 $ 35,357 Median 0 42,733 36,740 0 0 40,143 Mean 0 42,733 36,740 0 0 39,736 Maximum 0 43,303 38,124 0 0 43,303 -Arts & Sciences Minimum 40,542 32,880 32,625 0 0 32,625 Median 58,604 43,826 37,079 0 0 47,746 Mean 61,607 44,735 38,130 0 0 51,113 Maximum 117,471 87,547 50,619 0 0 117,471 -Business Minimum 61,420 42,370 41,078 0 0 41,078 Median 74,562 59,500 58,902 0 0 64,939 Mean 78,562 58,672 59,051 0 0 66,166 Maximum 113,239 78,453 76,000 0 0 113,239 Education Minimum 46,274 36,648 35,000 0 0 35,000 Median 57,067 43,597 38,000 0 0 46,028 Mean 59,582 44,856 38,736 0 0 48,476 Maximum 90,747 57,269 49,846 0 0 90,747 Note: Excludes non-tenure earning instructional faculty UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 163

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FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY SALARY INFORMATION Total University -9 Month Basis Fall 1996 College Professor Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer Total Engineering Minimum $ 54,330 $ 48,853 $ 35,938 $ 0 $ 0 $ 35,938 Median 71,058 54,227 46,000 0 0 55,633 Mean 70,967 54,744 46,255 0 0 59,437 Maximum 88,361 64,608 52,399 0 0 88,361 I-Fine Arts Minimum 40,293 29,163 29,076 0 0 29,076 Median 49,303 40,839 34,500 0 0 42,231 Mean 50,743 40,427 33,636 0 0 43,654 Maximum 68,184 49,389 36,406 0 0 68,184 New College Minimum 41,470 37,860 33,000 0 0 33,000 Median 54,700 43,341 35,300 0 0 44,148 Mean 55,860 43,415 35,598 0 0 46,194 Maximum 69, 111 51,107 40,000 0 0 69, 111 -FMHI Minimum 38,788 34,235 33,955 0 0 33,955 Median 53,288 37,608 33,955 0 0 43,228 Mean 61,266 43,265 33,955 0 0 51,470 Maximum 95,527 73,638 33,955 0 0 95,527 Note: Excludes non-tenure earning instructional faculty UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 164

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FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY SALARY INFORMATION Total University -9 Month Basis Fall 1996 College Professor Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer Total Medicine Minimum $ 25,282 $ 31,862 $ 36,083 $ 0 $ 0 $ 25,282 Median 73,875 57,262 47,615 0 0 61,901 Mean 78,278 58,092 49,407 0 0 64,792 Maximum 141,324 112,165 81,820 0 0 141,324 -Nursing Minimum 52,268 40,452 39,442 0 0 39,442 Median 54,931 48,161 40,910 0 0 44,496 Mean 54,799 47,307 41,103 0 0 46,272 Maximum 57,066 53, 171 43,921 0 0 57,066 Public Health Minimum 53,877 44,213 42,546 0 0 42,546 Median 73,252 51,781 44,724 0 0 57,297 Mean 74,458 52,039 44,883 0 0 62,384 Maximum 116,022 57,321 48,750 0 0 116,022 Note: Excludes non-tenure earning instructional faculty UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 165

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FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY SALARY INFORMATION Total University -9 Month Basis Fall 1996 College Professor Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer Total TOTAL UNIVERSITY Minimum 25,282 29,163 29,076 0 0 25,282 Median 62,929 46,637 40,000 0 0 51,560 Mean 66,142 48,800 42,853 0 0 54,787 Maximum 141,324 112,165 81,820 0 0 141,324 TOT AL UNIVERSITY EXCLUDING MEDICINE Minimum $ 38,788 $ 29,163 $ 29,076 $ 0 $ 0 $ 29,076 Median 60,752 45,092 38,312 0 0 50,300 Mean 63,399 47,089 41,272 0 0 52,635 Maximum 117,471 87,547 76,000 0 0 117,471 Note: Excludes non-tenure earning instructional faculty SOURCE: IRP 85BF4FBK33 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 166

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FULL-TIME NON-INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Total University FALL 1996 Exec/Admin Professional Secretarial/ Technical/ Skilled Service Managerial Faculty Non-Faculty Clerical Paraprof Crafts Maintenance Total HEADCOUNT 120 37 224 0 0 0 0 381 Male 82 19 113 0 0 0 0 214 38 18 111 0 0 0 0 167 9 7 11 0 0 0 0 27 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 26 0 0 0 0 28 3 2 17 0 0 0 0 22 105 28 170 0 0 0 0 303 53 44 41 0 0 0 0 45 13 8 5 0 0 0 0 8 Campuses : Tampa 108 35 196 0 0 0 339 St. Petersburg 2 1 24 0 0 0 0 27 Sarasota/New College 5 1 4 0 0 0 0 10 Lakeland 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 Ft. Myers 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Includes Intercollegiate Athletics Includes all Colleges, Regional Campuses, and FMHI ; excludes College of Medicine Nurs i ng, and Public Health UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996 167

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FULL-TIME NON-INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Academic Affairs Areas by College and by Campus FALL 1996 Exec/Admin Professional Secretarial/ Technical/ Skilled Service College Managerial Faculty Non-Faculty Clerical Paraprof Crafts Maintenance Total TOTAL UNIVERSITY 86 32 159 0 0 0 0 277 Colleges : Architecture 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 Arts & Sciences 6 7 33 0 0 0 0 46 Business 6 0 8 0 0 0 0 14 Education 10 14 45 0 0 0 0 69 Engineering 11 3 43 0 0 0 0 57 Fine Arts 6 1 4 0 0 0 0 11 New College 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 4 Other 39 12 0 0 0 0 FMHI 4 6 11 0 0 0 0 21 Medicine 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Nursing 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Public Health 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -Campuses: Tampa 74 30 131 0 0 0 0 235 St. Petersburg 2 1 24 0 0 0 0 27 Sarasota/New College 5 4 0 0 0 0 10 Lakeland 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 Ft. Myers 0 0 0 0 0 0 Other includes CED BIS Undergraduates Studies Ed Resources and Administrative offices UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 168

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PART-TIME NON-INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Total University FALL 1996 Exec/Admin Professional Secretarial/ Technical/ Skilled Service Managerial Faculty Non-Faculty Clerical Paraprof Crafts Maintenance Total HEADCOUNT 5 5 12 0 0 0 0 22 Male 5 2 0 0 0 0 8 Female 0 4 10 0 0 0 0 14 Black, Non-Hispanic 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 American Indian 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Asian, Pacific Islander 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Hispanic 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 White, Non-Hispanic 5 5 12 0 0 0 0 22 Mean Age 51 36 47 0 0 0 0 46 Mean Experience USF 10 0 6 0 0 0 0 5 Campuses : Tampa 5 4 12 0 0 0 0 21 St. Petersburg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Sarasota/New College 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 Lakeland 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Ft. Myers 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Includes Intercollegiate Athletics Includes all Colleges, Regional Campuses, and FMHI; excludes College of Medicine Nursing and Public Health UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996 169

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PART-TIME NON-INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY Academic Affairs Areas by College and by Campus FALL 1996 Exec/Admin Professional Secretarial/ Technical/ Skilled Service College Managerial Faculty Non-Faculty Clerical Paraprof Crafts Maintenance Total TOT AL UNIVERSITY 2 0 ....... Colleges: Architecture 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Arts & Sciences 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Business 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Education 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Engineering 0 0 0 0 0 Fine Arts 0 0 0 0 New College 0 0 0 -Other -FMHI 0 0 0 0 2 Medicine 0 0 0 0 0 Nursing 0 0 0 Public Health 0 0 Campuses: Tampa 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 3 St. Petersburg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Sarasota/New College 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Lakeland 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Ft. Myers 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Other includes CED, BIS, Undergraduates Studies, Ed Resources, and Administrative offices UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 170

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LIBRARIANS Total University FALL 1996 Librarian Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer Total HEADCOUNT 21 18 13 4 0 -9 Contract Months 1 0 0 0 0 12 Contract Months 20 18 13 4 0 55 Other Contract Months 0 0 0 0 0 0 Male 7 4 1 1 0 Female 14 14 12 3 0 --Black, Non-Hispanic 0 1 1 0 0 2 American Indian 0 0 0 0 0 0 Asian, Pacific Islander 1 1 0 0 0 Hispanic 0 2 0 1 0 White, Non-Hispanic 20 14 12 3 0 Bachelors 0 2 1 0 0 3 Masters 20 16 12 3 0 51 Professional 0 0 0 1 0 Doctorate 1 0 0 0 0 .... ,. Tenured 0 0 0 0 0 0 Tenure-Track 0 0 0 0 0 0 Non-Tenure Track 21 18 13 4 0 56 Not Applicable -0 0 0 0 0 0 Mean Age 51 47 44 43 0 47 Mean Experience USF 17 11 7 6 0 12 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 171

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LIBRARIANS Total University by College and by Campus FALL 1996 Librarian Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer Total Hdcnt FTE Hdcnt FTE Hdcnt FTE Hdcnt FTE .t!..Q.QD1 FTE Hdcnt FTE TOTAL UNIVERSITY 21 20.75 18 17.50 13 12.50 4 3.50 0 Colleges : Architecture 0 0.00 0 0 00 0 0.00 0 0 .00 0 0.00 0 0 .00 Arts & Sciences 0 0.00 0 0 00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 Business 0 0.00 0 0 .00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 Education 0 0 .00 0 0 .00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0 .00 0 0.00 Engineering 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 Fine Arts 0 0 .00 1 1 00 0 0.00 0 0 .00 0 0 .00 1 1.00 New College 0 0.00 0 0 00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0 .00 Other 4 3 .50 0 FMHI 0 0 .00 0 0.00 1.00 0 0 .00 0 0.00 1.00 Medicine 0 0 .00 0 0.00 0 50 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 50 Nursing 0 0 .00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 Public Health 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0 00 0 0.00 0 0.00 Campuses: Tampa 17 16 75 14 13.50 8 7.50 3 2.50 0 0.00 42 40.25 St. Petersburg 3 3.00 1.00 3 3.00 1.00 0 0 .00 8 8 .00 Sarasota/New College 1 1.00 3 3.00 2 2.00 0 0 .00 0 0.00 6 6.00 Lakeland 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0 .00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 Ft. Myers 0 0 .00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0 .00 0 0.00 0 0.00 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 172

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FULL-TIME A & P EMPLOYEES Total University FALL 1996 Exec/Admin Professional Secretarial/ Technical/ Skilled Service Managerial Faculty Non-Faculty Clerical Paraprof Crafts Maintenance Total HEADCOUNT 213 0 317 0 0 0 0 530 Male 118 0 139 0 0 0 0 257 Female 95 0 178 0 0 0 0 273 -Black, Non-Hispanic 16 0 31 0 0 0 0 47 American Indian 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 Asian, Pacific Islander 3 0 9 0 0 0 0 12 Hispanic 18 0 16 0 0 0 0 34 White, Non-Hispanic 175 0 260 0 0 0 0 435 -Mean Age 47 0 42 0 0 0 0 44 Mean Experience USF 11 0 8 0 0 0 0 9 -Campuses: Tampa 199 0 290 0 0 0 0 489 St. Petersburg 3 0 9 0 0 0 0 12 Sarasota/New College 6 0 14 0 0 0 0 20 Lakeland 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 Ft. Myers 2 0 4 0 0 0 0 6 Includes Intercollegiate Athletics Includes all Colleges, Regional Campuses, and FMHI; excludes College of Medicine, Nursing, and Public Health UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 173

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FULL-TIME A & P EMPLOYEES Academic Affairs Areas by College and by Campus FALL 1996 Exec/Admin Professional Secretarial/ Technical/ Skilled Service College Managerial Faculty Non-Faculty Clerical Paraprof Crafts Maintenance Total TOT AL UNIVERSITY 32 0 86 0 0 0 Colleges : Architecture 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Arts & Sciences 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 Business 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 3 Education 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Engineering 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 Fine Arts 2 0 3 0 0 0 0 5 New College 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 ---Other FMHI 7 0 37 0 0 0 0 44 Medicine 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Nursing 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Public Health 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Campuses: Tampa 18 0 59 0 0 0 0 77 St. Petersburg 3 0 9 0 0 0 0 12 Sarasota/New College 6 0 14 0 0 0 0 20 Lakeland 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 Ft. Myers 2 0 4 0 0 0 0 6 Other includes Academic Affa i rs Support Units, and Institutes UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 174

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FULL-TIME SUPPORT PERSONNEL Total University FALL 1996 Exec/Admin Professional Secretarial/ Technical/ Skilled Service Managerial Faculty Non-Faculty Clerical Paraprof Crafts Maintenance Total HEADCOUNT 0 0 474 889 286 141 322 -Male 0 0 139 99 147 138 202 725 Female 0 0 335 -790 139 3 120 1,387 Black, Non-Hispanic 0 0 52 169 34 16 171 442 American Indian 0 0 1 7 2 2 0 12 Asian, Pacific Islander 0 0 17 15 16 2 8 58 Hispanic 0 0 37 61 23 17 22 160 White, Non-Hispanic 0 0 367 637 211 104 121 ---Mean Age 0 0 44 44 42 49 45 44 Mean Experience USF -0 0 10 8 8 11 6 9 Campuses: Tampa 0 0 441 817 261 118 248 1,885 St. Petersburg 0 0 16 22 9 13 37 97 Sarasota/New College 0 0 9 34 13 10 37 103 Lakeland 0 0 4 5 2 0 0 11 Ft. Myers 0 0 4 11 1 0 0 16 Includes Intercollegiate Athletics Includes all Colleges, Regional Campuses, and FMHI; excludes College of Medicine, Nursing, and Public Health UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 175

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FULL-TIME SUPPORT PERSONNEL Academic Affairs Areas by College and by Campus FALL 1996 Exec/Admin Professional Secretarial/ Technical/ Skilled Service College Managerial Faculty Non-Faculty Clerical Paraprof Crafts Maintenance Total TOTAL UNIVERSITY 0 0 186 389 124 28 -Colleges: Architecture 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 Arts & Sciences 0 0 24 102 17 2 0 145 Business 0 0 6 22 1 0 0 29 Education 0 0 7 44 8 0 1 60 0 0 12 39 6 3 0 60 0 0 7 15 5 0 28 0 0 3 9 2 0 0 14 0 0 61 110 74 23 77 345 FMHI 0 0 65 47 11 0 127 Medicine 0 0 0 0 0 0 Nursing 0 0 0 0 0 0 Public Health 0 0 0 0 0 0 -4. Campuses : Tampa 0 0 154 320 99 5 9 587 St. Petersburg 0 0 15 19 9 13 37 93 Sarasota/New College 0 0 9 34 13 10 37 103 Lakeland 0 0 4 5 2 0 0 11 Ft. Myers 0 0 4 11 1 0 0 16 Other includes Academic Affairs, Support Units, and Institutes UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 176

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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 1996 ALL SCHOLARS NEW SCHOLARS Campus Residency Continuing New Total Tampa New College Florida Non-Florida National Merit CorporateSponsored Scholars and $2,000 Scholars 6 8 14 2 6 5 3 National Achievement Scholars 5 2 7 2 0 2 0 USF-Sponsored Scholars Merit Scholars 61 25 86 7 18 19 6 Total 72 35 107 11 24 26 9 SOURCE: Admissions Office UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996 179

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ARCHITECTURE Markborough Endowed Chair in Urban Design Dr. David Crane, Chairholder Sam M. Gibbons Chair in Architecture and Urban Design Rotating Appointments ARTS and SCIENCES Eleanor Poynter Jamison Chair in Media Ethics and Press Policy St. Petersburg Campus Dr. Jay Black, Chairholder Edward DeBartolo Chair in Liberal Arts Dr. Pat Rogers, Chairholder Marie E. & E. Leslie Cole Endowed Chair in Ethics St. Petersburg Campus Dr. Peter French, Chairholder Richard & Patricia D. Wood Endowed Chair in Natural Sciences St. Petersburg Progress Chair in Marine Science SOURCE: Academic Affairs UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 ENDOWED CHAIRS 1995-96 Evelyn Millis Duvall Endowed Chair for Family Development Sarasota Campus BUSINESS ADMINISTRA TJON Barnett Bank Endowed Chair in Banking & Finance Salomon Brothers/Hidden River Corporate Park Chair in Distributed Technology Alan Hevner, Chairholder Jim & Leacy Quinn Endowed Chair in Accounting Cherie Jeanne O'Neil, Ph.D., Chairholder Joy Culverhouse Eminent Scholar Chair in Business Administration Lykes Endowed Chair in Banking and Finance Dr. James Pappas, Chairholder EDUCATION Joy & Hugh Culverhouse Endowed Chair in Education Sarasota Campus David Anchin Chair in Educational Innovation TECO Energy Endowed Chair in Education Dr. Robert Anderson Gus A. Stavros Chair in Economic Education Dick Puglisi Chairholder ENGINEER/NG Endowed Eminent Scholar in Computer Science and Engineering Dr. Abe Kandel, Chairholder Samuel L. & Julia M. Flom Endowed Chair in Civil Engineering Rotating Visiting Scholars FINE ARTS Eminent Scholar Chair in Fine Arts NEW COLLEGE Leonard S. Florsheim Sr. Endowed Chair in Natural Science New College Sarasota Dr Leo Demski, Chairholder Selby Chair in Economics Frederick Strobel Chairholder 180

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American Heart Association Chair in Cardiovascular Surgery Research Chair Vacant Andrew & Ann Hines Endowed Chair in Pediatrics at All Children's Hospital Gary Litman Ph.D., Chairholder Walter & Idun Berry/Shriner's Endowed Chair in Pediatrics/Orthopedic Research Chair Vacant George V. Cortner/Theodore J Couch Endowed Chair in Cancer Research Warren J. Pledger, Ph.D Chairholder Ed C. Wright Endowed Chair in Cardiovascular Research Dr. Ray A Olsson, M.D., Chairholder SOURCE: Academic Affairs UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 ENDOWED CHAIRS (continued) 1995-96 MEDICINE Eric Pfeiffer Endowed Chair in Alzheimer's Diseases John Hardy Ph D Chairholder The Lewis A. Barness Chair in Pediatrics Jamie L. Frias, M.D., Chairholder Harold H Davis Endowed Chair in Cancer Research Kenneth S Zuckerman, M D., Chairholder Helen Ellis Endowed Chair in Parkinson's Disease Research Chair Vacant Sanders Chair in Geriatrics Dr. James Mortimer, Chairholder Hugh F Culverhouse Endowed Chair in Esophageal Disorders H Worth Boyce, Jr., M.D., Chairholder James P. & Heather Gills Endowed Chair in Ophthalmology Dr. J. James Rowsey M D Chairholder John E. & Aliese Price Endowed Chair in Pediatrics/ Adolescent Medicine Bernard Pollara, M D., Ph.D., Chairholder Juan Bolivar Endowed Chair for Research in Surgical Oncology Richard Karl, M.D Chairholder Robert Roskamp Endowed Chair in Biological Psychiatry Michael Mullan, M.D., Ph.D Chairholder 181

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STUDENT FINANCIAL AID RECEIVED BY ETHNICITY TOT AL UNIVERSITY 1995-1996 Number of Awards Amount of Financial Aid in Thousands of Dollars Black Asian, White Black Asian White NonAmerican Pacific NonNonAmerican Pacific Non-Source of Aw51rd Indian Islander His1:1anic Total His1:1anic Indian Islander His1:1anic His1:1anic Total SCHOLARSHIPS 753 27 750 446 3,558 5,534 1,369 35 1,803 708 5,767 9,682 Aging Studies Fellowship 7 7 68 68 Air Force ROTC 1 4 5 <1 2 2 Alumni/Foundation Scholarship 8 8 8 8 Army ROTC 6 6 2 2 Bellamy Scholarship 1 1 10 10 Black Scholars Award 231 1 1 233 415 2 2 419 Brain Bowl Scholarship 3 3 7 7 Custodial Scholarships 112 2 27 43 398 582 164 2 50 57 532 805 Departmental Fellowship 1 1 3 3 Florida Endowment Fund 5 5 42 42 Frank Spain Community College Scholarship 1 2 3 7 58 71 1 2 4 10 88 105 Freshman Scholars Award 1 1 3 1 75 81 2 2 4 2 97 107 GPOP 9 1 10 66 <1 66 IP Squared CBM Scholarship 3 3 45 45 Latino Scholarship 6 6 35 35 McKnight Scholarship 5 5 51 51 Mote Marine Fellowship 1 1 3 3 National Ach i evement Scholarship 1 1 2 2 National Science Scholars Program 1 1 1 1 New College Scholarships 6 9 4 85 104 20 21 8 173 222 Outside Scholarships 4 7 11 1 7 8 Poynter Institute Fellowship 3 3 30 30 Pride Fellowship 4 4 40 40 Registration Fee Scholarship 18 2 14 33 172 239 29 3 25 53 271 381 Selby Scholarship 2 1 29 32 3 2 34 39 Tampa Bay Partnership 14 3 10 27 7 4 10 21 Third Party Billing 119 4 88 96 650 957 163 6 154 98 568 989 USF Graduate Fellowship 2 6 7 90 105 7 44 15 334 400 USF Hispanic Scholarship 73 73 142 142 USF Honors Scholarship 2 31 8 267 308 <1 13 2 121 136 USF Music Scholarship 11 1 3 9 68 92 9 1 2 6 57 75 USF National Merit Scholarships 7 7 8 75 97 33 35 20 361 449 USF Tuition Waivers 184 10 551 132 1,419 2 296 287 17 1,442 235 2,815 4,796 Vocational Rehab Grant 13 2 12 129 156 17 2 16 138 173 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 182

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STUDENT FINANCIAL AID RECEIVED BY ETHNICITY TOTAL UNIVERSITY 1995-1996 Number of Awards Amount of Financial Aid in Thousands of Dollars Black Asian, White Black Asian, White NonAmerican Pacific NonNonAmerican Pacific NonSTATE OF FLORIDA Hisganic Indian Islander Hisganic Hisganic Total Hisganic Indian l.fil.imQm: Hisganic l::lisganic Total SCHOLARSHIPS 695 17 391 616 4 006 5,725 758 19 520 740 5,145 7,182 African-Afro-Caribbean Scholarship 1 1 5 5 Chappie James Scholarship/Loan 2 1 3 41 47 5 4 10 94 113 Child/Dec/DlsableNet Scholarship 1 3 4 2 5 7 Delores Auzenne Fellowship 9 1 10 45 5 50 Florida Challenger Memorial Schol. 2 4 6 2 16 18 Florida Critical Teacher Forgivable Loan 1 43 44 4 178 182 Florida Pre-paid Tuition 45 3 46 107 861 1,062 47 3 50 105 838 1,043 Florida Student Assistance Grant 537 11 213 348 1,816 2,925 467 10 1B3 29B 1 ,54B 2,506 Florida Undergraduate Scholars Fund 23 2 75 79 891 1 070 51 5 161 172 1 ,B75 2,264 Jose Marti Scholarship 7 7 14 14 Minority Scholars Program 6 4 10 30 22 52 Minority Transfer Award 22 1 5 B 36 35 1 B 12 56 Paul Douglas Teacher Scholarship/Loan 0 0 Rehab Grant 0 0 Robert C. Byrd Honors Scholarship 1 1 20 22 1 1 28 30 Theodore & Vivian Johnson Schol. 4 16 20 8 29 37 Vocational Gold Seal Scholarship 49 42 59 311 461 8B 77 106 534 805 GRANTS 1,876 41 589 1,012 5,654 9,172 3,177 60 924 1,553 8,441 14,155 Athletic Grant 43 3 6 124 176 115 12 16 452 595 Federal Pell Grant 1 193 30 434 745 4,007 6,409 1,95B 44 711 1 158 5,961 9 ,B32 Federal Suppl Educational Opportunity Grant 146 2 55 BO 409 692 171 3 57 92 443 766 Fine Arts Talent Grant 1 1 4 41 47 <1 1 2 18 21 Florida Council for the Blind 2 1 16 19 3 2 14 19 Graduate Educational Opportunity Grant 118 4 1 123 321 9 4 334 MacDill AFB 2 2 21 25 <1 <1 B B NACME 3 3 6 6 Nursing Traineeship Grant 2 4 2 39 47 3 5 3 66 77 Public Health Grant 40 1 29 21 210 301 36 1 39 29 206 311 USF Alternate Admit Grant 49 1 9 59 BO 1 14 95 USF Grant 263 6 59 131 683 1 142 465 9 90 216 1,106 1 ,8B6 Veterans Administration 14 1 10 104 129 19 2 17 167 205 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 183

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STUDENT FINANCIAL AID RECEIVED BY ETHNICITY TOTAL UNIVERSITY 1995-1996 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 Hisi;ia!Jig J.ndi.S!n Islander !::li1.manic Hisi;ianig Total Hisi;iaoic J.ndi.S!n Islander Hisi;ianic Total LOANS 2 238 78 487 1,427 11,960 16,190 14,338 702 3,844 8,979 79,692 107,555 FAST Fee Loan 187 5 19 94 522 827 146 5 13 108 509 781 Federal Perkins Loan 160 5 22 65 337 589 219 9 40 101 606 975 Federal Plus Loan 43 11 31 260 345 201 58 148 1,364 1,771 Federal Stafford Loan 1,760 64 402 1 195 10,485 13,906 13 ,671 682 3,682 8,514 76,711 103,260 Health Professions Loan 4 2 6 43 19 62 International Student Health Insurance Loan 1 2 1 4 <1 1 <1 1 International Student Tuition Loan 1 7 2 10 3 20 5 28 Misc Medical Loans 3 3 6 2 41 55 2 5 11 4 61 83 Private Outs i de Loans 2 2 16 20 8 5 84 97 SFS Short Term Loan 56 1 11 19 228 315 40 1 7 15 168 231 USF Student Loan 25 5 17 66 113 48 7 46 165 266 STUDENT EMPLOYMENT 737 18 517 489 3,155 4,916 1,520 83 2,668 1,308 11,113 16,692 OPS Students 513 18 480 386 2,963 4,360 1 156 83 2,613 1, 151 10,814 15,817 College Work Study Program 224 0 37 103 192 556 364 0 55 157 299 875 TOTAL NUMBER OR AMOUNT OF AWARDS 6 299 181 2,734 3,990 28,333 41,537 21,162 899 9,759 13,288 110,158 155 266 TOTAL NUMBER OF STUDENTS RECEIVING 2,061 77 1,068 1,519 12,333 17, 058 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 Source : Office of Financial Aid 1995-1996 Annual Report UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 184

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STUDENT FINANCIAL AID RECEIVED BY ETHNICITY TOTAL UNIVERSITY 1995-1996 FINANCIAL AID HISTORY $155.2 50 000 139,9821 165 45 000 150 133,7 135 i::I 40 000 132.oaal <( 129,6081 -VI 1! 141,5371 . 120 OI k 35,000 -OI OI u-3: 105 co < 30,000 Ci 90 u:: Ci 25,000 $101 7 -VI 0 c ..0 $89 1 75 0 E 20 000 c ::: :::J $72 9 60 0 ::E z 15,000 $61.7 45 < 10 000 30 5,000 15 0 0 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995 -96 Academic Year FINANCIAL AID HISTORY TOT AL UNIVERSITY Five-Year History Number Amount of Aid Year of Awards (Millions of Dollars) 1991-92 29,608 $61. 7 1992-93 32 088 $72.9 1993-94 33,707 $89 1 1994-95 39,982 $101.7 1995-96 41,537 $155 2 Source: Office of Financial Aid 1995-1996 Annual Report UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 185

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INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS GRANTS-IN-AID 1996-97 Sport Men Women Baseball $ 76,050 $0 Basketball 125,000 160,000 Cross CountryfTrack 45,500 65,000 Football 117,000 0 Golf 45,000 52,000 Soccer 64,000 33,000 Softball 0 90,500 Tennis 36,000 77,500 Volleyball 0 78,000 TOT AL Intercollegiate Athletics Grants-in-Aid $ 508,550 $ 556,000 SOURCE: 1996-97 USF Intercollegiate Athletic Budget UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 186

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SUMMARY OF RESEARCH AWARDS COLLEGE/AREA Academic Affairs Administrative Affairs Architecture Awards Totals by College/Area FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 College of Arts & Sciences College of Business College of Education College of Engineering College of Fine Arts College of Medicine College of Nursing College of Public Health Florida Mental Health Institute Fort Myers Intercollegiate Athletics New College Office of Research St. Petersburg Student Affairs University Advancement Total SOURCE: Office of Research Annual Report 1995-96 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 AMOUNT 4,325,610.82 64,220.18 176,380.00 13, 732,605.92 1,266,808.26 10,895,062 .81 10,356,787.95 176,692.00 38,840, 705.68 1,004, 189.27 4,017,757.40 6,583,898.55 65,106.00 106,575.00 940,909.99 8,433,000.00 645,585.44 403,459.00 973,797.46 103,009,151.73 187

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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 1996-97 ALLOCATIONS AMOUNT* 1992 1993 1994 Total General Revenue Appropriations $11,858.9 $13,271.1 $14,299.9 Education (Department of Education) $6,010.5 $6,544.2 $6,996.2 State University System (Division of Universities) $1,451 6 $1,537.3 $1,539.8 University of South Florida 228.5 233 7 251.9 General Revenue (Expressed in millions) SOURCE: SUS Office of Budgets & Financial Services 1996-97 Allocation Summary and Work papers 1996/97 General Appropriations Act and Summary Statement of Intent UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 1995 1996 $14 797.4 $15,563.8 $7,503.8 $8,128.9 $1,592 8 $1,713.6 $259.7 $274.8 191

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ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Spec. Cat. & % of Budget Entity Salary OPS Expense oco Lump Sum TOTAL Total Educational & General 159,970,794 13,324,802 26,956,925 1,013,896 9,880,368 211, 146,785 32.8% Health Sciences Center 41,563,610 1,928,822 4,214,167 252,325 11,091,279 59,050,203 9.2% SUBTOTAL 201,534,404 15,253,624 31, 171,092 1,266,221 20,971,647 270, 196,988 42 0% Auxiliary Enterprises 20,514,038 5,550,314 30,666,678 5,749,500 714,650 63, 195, 180 9.8% Contracts & Grants 51,145,000 42,266,250 24,241,894 4,310,640 6,056,556 128,020,340 19 9% Activity and Service Fees 1,003,131 2,309,479 366,233 3,678,843 0.6% Intercollegiate Athletics 2,631,342 426,685 3,048,705 6,106,732 0 9% Concessions 803,337 803,337 0.1% Student Financial Aid 28,636,321 147,838 28,784,159 4 5% Direct Support Organizations 113, 184,686 113, 184,686 17.6% Capital Construction 30,281,846 30,281,846 4.7% UNIVERSITY TOTAL $ 275,824,784 $ 64,500,004 $ 120,877,506 $ 11,692,594 $ 171,357 ,223 $ 644,252, 111 100% The Educational and General figures exclude the Florida Phosphate Research Trust Fund's estimated expenditures of $5 150,732 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 192

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General 33% ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES BY BUDGET ENTITY FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Ex enditures for All USF Bud et Entities Percent of Bud Amount Expenditures Education & General 211, 146,785 By Budget Entity Contracts & Grants 128,020,340 Auxiliary 63,195, 180 Contracts & Grants Health Science 59,050,203 20% Auxiliary 10% Other 182,839,603 Health TOTAL 644,252, 111 Science 9% Ex enditures For the "Other" Bud Amount Financial Aid 28,784,159 Intercollegiate Athletics 6,106,732 Activities 3,678,843 Concessions 803,337 Direct Support Organizations 113, 184,686 Capital Construction 30,281,846 TOTAL OTHER 182,839,603 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 Percent 32.8% 19.9% 9.8% 9.2% 28.4% 100.0% Percent 4.5% 0.9% 0.6% 0.1% 17.6% 4.7% 28.4% 193

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SOURCES AND USES OF CURRENT FUNDS 1995-96 REVENUES BY SOURCE EXPENDITURES BY FUNCTION Instruction $ 164 385,436 36.20% Student Tuition and Fees $ 66 030,748 14.48% Research 64 820 ,321 14 27% State Appropriations 216 199,570 47.42% Public Service 15,487,228 3.41% State and Local Grants and Contracts 24,481 933 5.37% Academic Support 47,091,546 10.37% Grants Contracts and Gifts-Federal 46,850,716 10 28% Student Services 13,597,093 2 99% Grants, Contracts and Gifts-Private 51,845 103 11. 37% Institutional Support 43,442,899 9.57% Sales and Services of Edu. Act. 3,878,184 0.85% Operation & Maintenance 24,792,229 5.46% Other 3,685,583 0 81% Scholarships & Fellowships 20,867,491 4 60% Auxiliary 42,870 044 9.40% Mandatory Transfers 313,636 0.07% Other Transfers and Additions 88,644 0 02% Auxiliary 58,510,891 12.89% Other Transfers and Additions 786 993 0 17% Total $455,930,525 100.00% $454,095,763 100.00% Note: Library expenditures have been distributed among other expenditure function categories SOURCE: USF Annual F i nancial Statement 1995 96 Statement of Current Funds Revenue, Expenditures & Other Changes (Unrestricted & Restricted) UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 194

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ACTIVITY AND SERVICE FEE BUDGET Sources and Uses of Revenue FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 SARASOTA/ TAMPA FT. MYERS NEW COLLEGE ST.PETE LAKELAND TOTAL SOURCES OF REVENUE Cash Carried Forward 2,265,928 20,541 215,619 98,610 154,848 2,755,546 Estimated Fees 4,247,560 223,279 370,637 367,230 79,230 5,287,936 Estimated Operating Revenue 26,825 10, 137 9,539 25,085 0 71,586 TOTAL SOURCES 6,540,313 253,957 595,795 490,925 234,078 8,115,068 USES OF REVENUE Student Activities Transfers to Other Budgets 0 103,304 0 0 0 103,304 Agency Budget 1,291,563 153,573 304,688 361,559 135,000 2,246,383 Sub-total Student Activities 1,291,563 256,877 304,688 361,559 135,000 2,349,687 Student Affairs Transfers to Other Budgets 2,058,689 0 82,312 0 0 2, 141,001 Agency Budget 825,026 0 0 0 0 825,026 Sub-total Student Affairs 2,883,715 0 82,312 0 0 2,966,027 TOTAL USES 4,175,278 256,877 387,000 361,559 135,000 5,315,714 SOURCE : 1996-97 USF Operating Budget 1996-97 estimated A&S Fee collections and 1995-96 Report of Budget Position as of 6/30/96 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 195

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Tampa Undergrad Grad. Semester Fee Per Credit Hour Matriculation Fee $40 75 $93.66 Activity & Service Fee 7.10 7 10 Athletic Fee 5 65 5.65 Building Fee 2.32 2 32 Capital Improvement Fee 2.44 2.44 Health Fee 5 06 5.06 Student Financial Aid Fee 2 03 4 .68 Total Semester Fee Per Credit Hour For Florida Residents $65.35 $120.91 Additional Fees For Non-Florida Residents Out of State Tuition $166.52 $257.85 Out of State Aid 8.32 12.89 Total Semester Fee For Non-Florida Residents $240 .19 $391.65 STUDENT TUITION & FEE RATES Total University by Campus 1996-97 St. Petersburg Sarasota Undergrad. Grad Undergrad. Grad. $40 75 $93.66 $40.75 $93. 66 7.75 7.75 7.88 7 88 0.66 0 66 0.66 0 66 2.32 2.32 2 32 2.32 2.44 2.44 2.44 2.44 0.50 0 50 2.00 2 .00 2.03 4 .68 2 .03 4.68 $56.45 $112.01 $58.08 $113 .64 $166.52 $257.85 $166 52 $257 85 8.32 12 89 8.32 12.89 $231.29 $382 .75 $232.92 $384.38 Ft. Myers Undergrad. Grad. $40.75 $93.66 7 .00 7.00 0.66 0 .66 2.32 2.32 2.44 2.44 0 0 2.03 4 68 $55.20 $110.76 $166.52 $257 85 8.32 12.89 $230.04 $381.50 Note: Medical School students tuition & fee rates are annual. SOURCE: Finance & Accounting Tuition Components UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 Lakeland Medical School Undergrad. Grad $40.75 $93.66 $7,641.41 5 .00 5 .00 228 36 0 .66 0.66 181.54 2.32 2 32 92 80 2 44 2.44 97.60 0 0 162.38 2 .03 4 .68 $382.07 $53.20 $108.76 $8,786.16 $166.52 $257 .85 $13,247.09 8 32 12 .89 662.35 $228.04 $379.50 $22,695.60 196

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AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES BUDGET Activity and Source of Funds FISCAL YEAR 1996-97 Projected 1996-97 Amounts Fund Balance-July 1, 1996 Operating Revenue Inter Fund Transfers In Intra Fund Transfers In Total Fund Balance Available Operating Expenditures Inter Fund Transfers Out Intra Fund Transfers Out Other Non-Operating Expenditures Total Expenditures Ending Fund Balance -June 30, 1997 SOURCE: 1996/97 USF Operating Budget 1996/97 USF A & S Cash Forward Schedule UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 17,733,068 54,761,809 5,646,586 22,141,744 100,283,207 63,195,180 3,786,613 22, 141,744 1,230,000 90,353,537 9,929,670 197

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OFFICE OF RESEARCH Sources of R e search Funds FISCAL YEAR 1995-96 Total Research Funds $ 103,009, 151 by SourceType Corpor a te/ Private---------$31, 495 ,113 Federal --------------$45 602 590 Foundations & Other $ 6 355 520 Loca l $ 0 $ 5 $ 10 $ 15 $ 2 0 $ 2 5 $ 30 $ 35 $ 4 0 $ 45 $ 50 Number of Research Dollars i n Millions Federal Aqencv Amount Percent Department of Defense 3 857,021 8 5% Executive Office of the U.S President 150,000 0 3% National Aeronautics & Space Administration 1, 924 744 4.2% National Endowment for the Arts 20,793 0 0% National Endowment for the Humanties 54,991 0 1% National Science Foundation 3 882 510 8 5% Small Business Administration 786,279 1 7% U.S. Aid to International Development 23 489 0.1% U.S. Dept. of Agriculture 82,747 0 2% U.S Dept. of Commerce 652 823 1.4% U.S Dept. of Education 6 850 014 15.0% U S Dept. of Energy 8 821,839 19 3% U S Dept. of Health & Human Services 14,293 162 31.3% U S Dept. of Interior 1,743 093 3 8% U S Dept. of Justice 145 968 0 3% U S Dept. of Transportation 2,034 496 4 5% U .S. Environmental Protection Agency 188,621 0.4% Veterans Admin i stration Medical Center 90 000 0 2% TOTAL 45,602,590 100 0% Source : Off i ce of Research Annual Report 1995-96 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 State Agency Board of Regents Florida A & M University Florida Dept. of Agriculture and Consumer Services Florida Dept. of Business Regulation Florida Dept. of Citrus Florida Dept. of Community Affairs Florida Dept. of Corrections Florida Dept. of Education Florida Dept. of Elder Affairs Florida Dept. of Environmental Protection Florida Dept. of Health & Rehabilitative Serv i ces Florida Dept. of Insurance Flor i da Dept. of Juvenile Justice Florida Dept. of Labor & Employment Security Flor i da Dept. of Management Services Florida Dept. of State Florida Dept. of Transportation Florida Developmental Disabilities Planning Council Florida Game & Freshwater Fish Comm i ssion Florida Institute of Government Florida Institute of Phosphate Research F l orida International Unvirs i ty Florida Judicial Circuit Courts Florida Supreme Court University of Floirda University of West Florida Other Miscellaneous TOTAL Amount Percent 1, 500,066 8.3% 27,781 0 2% 14,963 0 1% 861,491 4 8% 113,303 0.6% 90, 117 0.5% 51, 167 0.3% 5,179 859 28.8% 194 080 1 1% 287,208 1.6% 4,132,627 23.0% 1,189 312 6.6% 695,721 3 9% 36,960 0 2% 131, 952 0 7% 84,513 0 5% 1,400 ,811 7 8% 25 500 0 1% 16,491 0 1% 90,184 0.5% 790 500 4.4% 601,776 3.3% 15,799 0 1% 41,971 0 2% 350 390 1.9% 65,025 0.4% 8,977 0 0% 17,998,544 100 0% 198

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FOUNDATION AND ALUMNI AFFAIRS Financial Report June 30, 1996 1993 1994 1995 1996 Assets $116,900, 124 $114,699,174 $135,718,923 $165,526, 114 Liabilities 14,106,582 11,874,090 18,285,168 7,816,462 Fund Balance $102,793,542 $102,825,084 $117,433,755 $157,709,652 Revenue: Unrestricted Income to Departments $1,613,964 $1,536,406 $1,376,843 $24, 112,861 Trust Funds 123,045 (84,437)* 643,133 2,350,000 Restricted Income to Departments** 21,292,123 15,067,545 33,499,380 13,607 724 Total Revenue $23,029, 132 $16,519,514 $35,519,356 $40,070,585 Transferred from Trust to Endowment ** Includes Endowed Scholarships and Endowed Chairs SOURCE: USF Foundation, Inc (audited financial statements) UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 199

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NON-CREDIT AND CREDIT PROGRAMS Gerontology Institute College of Arts & Sciences College of Business Administration Institute for Information Systems Management College of Education College of Engineering College of Fine Arts Institute of Government USF at St. Petersburg Suncoast Writers USF at Ft Myers Florida Mental Health Institute College of Public Health College of Nursing English Language Institute Center for Organizational Effectiveness Bachelor of Independent Studies Executive MBA Program Execudocs PACE (Programs for Adult Credit Education) MERIT Overseas Studies Division of Conferences & Institutes Division of Lifelong Learning Mediation Institute Senior Programs Division of Community Music TOTAL UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION REVENUE AND EXPENSES 1995-1996 REVENUE $2,282 $9,394 $506,940 $45,298 $49,176 $30,407 $2,905 $6,518 $458 $81,356 $57,814 $188,900 $66,329 $2,893 $1, 194,036 $436 $35 $613,975 $996,870 $389,946 $66,956 $124,800 $577,660 $961,851 $196,507 $164, 129 $394,598 $6,732,469 EXPENSES $0 $5,524 $506,865 $19,063 $37,563 $17,486 $1,302 $0 $632 $70,932 $55, 112 $140, 145 $97,771 $0 $991,011 $0 $250 $494,849 $766,046 $389,957 $47,645 $92,098 $577,660 $907,400 $196,507 $129,972 $394,599 $5,940,389 200

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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 1996 Site Year Site Number Site Name Street Address City Ac qr Acreage 0001 TAMPA (EXCL HEALTH SCI CTR) 4202 E FOWLER AVE TAMPA 1958 1,493.1 0003 SARASOTA CAMPUS 5700 N TAMIAMI TR SARASOTA 1975 143 2 0004 ST PETERSBURG CAMPUS 830 FIRST ST S ST. PETERSBURG 1967 46 5 0012 POLK JOINT USE FACILITY 3433 WINTER LAKE RD LAKELAND 1986 0.1 0038 HEAL TH SCIENCES CENTER 12901 N 30TH STREET TAMPA 1975 47 5 0044 RIVERVIEW (TV TRANSMITIER) 908 S 20TH ST RIVERVIEW 1 965 40.0 0045 CHINSEGUT RT 2 BOX 216 BROOKSVILLE 1963 114 7 0047 FLORIDA INST OF PHOSPHATE RSCH 1855 WEST MAIN ST. BARTOW 1994 8 2 0048 MOFFITI CANCER CARE CTR 12902 MAGNOLIA DR TAMPA 1985 20 0 TOTAL UNIVERSITY 1,913.3 Note : All facilities formerly occup ied by USF at Ft. Myers Campus have been relinqu i shed to Edison Commun i ty College in preparation of the development of Florida s newest University the Florida Gulf Coast University. SOURCE : FPCDB2Y3VSITE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 Buildings Parking # Gross Sq Ft Spaces 221 4 548 ,141 12 915 47 427 370 1,023 25 483, 111 850 5 66 ,631 575 20 634,989 1 088 2 853 0 13 24,771 0 7 16 209 36 5 481, 185 728 344 6,685,260 17,215 203

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NETSQUAREFOOTAGESBYSPACETYPE 0 Cl u E 0 0 a: Student A cad Support 3 ,3 40 Media Produ c tio n 30,675 Audit orium ,..,,.,,,,.,.., .. ,,.,. 1 09,365 Gymnas iu m ..... ........... ..... .. 194,945 Tea chin g L a b '"" ',,,.., ,,..,.,..,. .. .,, .... "'"' 295 ,256 Research L a b . ; .;.-;., .... ,..,..,..,..,..,,,,.,, ., .. ; ,..,,,.,., .. "'"""" 366,36 1 Study .. ,.. """" .. ,.. ... "" ""'""" .... ..... .. ........ 371, 092 Support Service ,..,.. ............ ..,..,, .,,,.. ............ ,, ,.., ............ ,.., ...... ,., .... .,. 371,560 Total University Fall 1996 Residential & Other ..:..v ; ; ;. ; . ,..., :. ;. . :. ....... ;. ....... ;. ;. ;. . ; .. :..:..:..:..:..; ;.,.;. ...... :..:. ;. ;. ;. .. :..:..:..:..:. .... :..;. ;.,.;. :..:...:. :.. . :..:..>.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..-:. .. ;. .. ;. :...:. . :.:-1 853,911 Office .. .. ........ ........ .... " ....... " " ... ... " " " .. ,.. .. " ... . " " " " " " . " .., ... " .. " .......... " .. " " 1, 144, 3 44 0 200,000 400,000 600 ,000 6 00,000 1,000,000 1,200,000 Square Footage CAMPUS NONOFFICE RESID & STUDY RESEARCH TEACHING CLASS GYM ASSIGN OTHER LAB LAB ROOM TAMPA 1 115,966 785,655 686,668 216 ,792 188,465 231,220 173, 18S ST. PETERSBURG 107,826 75,204 17,938 74,899 63, 121 6,977 23,872 16,358 SARASOTA 95,257 52,201 87,668 38,366 5,442 25,025 19,222 5,398 LAKELAND 18 112 7,062 7,411 9,548 c 3,260 15 840 0 TOTAL UNIVERSITY 1 652,741 1,144 344 853,911 371, 092 368,361 295 256 227,799 194,945 1,652,741 1,400,000 1,6 00,000 1,600,000 SUPPORT AUDIMEDIA STU ACAD SERVICE TORI UM PROD SUPPORT 303,423 82,61S 21,673 2,390 23,927 0 1,077 950 9,937 12,360 1,241 0 0 0 264 0 371,580 109,385 30,875 3,340 *Net square footage for total university includes fac i lities located at the Health Sciences Center, Moffitt Cancer Care Center, Riverview, Chinsegut, and Florida Inst. of Phosphate Asch. Source: FPC DB2Y3VROOM UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 204

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PHYSICAL FACILITIES Total University by Building FALL 1996 BLDG BLDG NET SQUARE FEET GROSS SQ FT BUILDING NAME PFX NUM ASSIGNABLE NON-ASSIGNABLE TOTAL TAMPA CAMPUS JOHN AND GRACE ALLEN BLDG ADM 0001 44, 197 22,615 74 768 ANDROS POOL CHEM TREAT HOUSE ANP 0096 0 346 400 ANDROS OFFICE CLASSROOM AOC 0067 7 247 5,471 14, 094 ARGOS POOL CHEM TREAT HOUSE ARP 0038 0 279 332 BASEBALL STORAGE & DUGOUT BAS 0078 1 050 0 1,476 BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES BLDG BEH 0098 19,575 10, 151 33,685 BOOKSTORE RECEIVING (WHSE) BRO 0097 5,882 541 6,642 TEMPORARY BOOKSTORE A (N) BSA 0200 1 259 0 1 338 TEMPORARY BOOKSTORE C (W) 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 15,495 60 000 BOOKSTORE-CONFERENCETRL BSG 0258 928 90 1 093 C H FERGUSON HALL (BUSINESS) BSN 0119 59, 272 39 110 118,905 USF CONTEMPORARY ART MUSEUM CAM 0192 10,418 2 024 19 209 STAVROS CTR FOR ECONOMIC EDU CEE 0228 3 233 568 4 215 CIVIL ENGR LABORATORY TRL CEL 0242 317 0 360 CIVIL ENGR REV OSMOSIS TRL CER 0243 449 0 460 CHEMISTRY BUILDING CHE 0002 36, 784 31, 524 78,027 CHEMISTRY STORAGE BLDG CHS 0260 174 0 216 COMM & INFO SCIENCES BLDG CIS 0230 51,115 23 297 82,001 CENTRAL PLANT ELECTRICAL CPE 0191 1 270 31 1 330 RUSSELL M COOPER HALL CPR 0088 78, 606 38 735 129 215 CENTRAL PLANT CPT 0006 1, 153 21,491 24 141 CAMPUS RECREAT I ON OFFICE CRO 0210 1 115 176 1,440 CENTRAL RECEIVING AND STORAGE CRS 0041 13, 073 523 15 096 PHYLLIS P MARSHALL CENTER CTR 0004 104,987 55 027 160 614 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 205

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PHYSICAL FACILITIES Total University by Building FALL 1996 BLDG BLDG NET SQUARE FEET GROSS SQ FT BUILDING NAME PFX NUM ASSIGNABLE NON-ASSIGNABLE TOTAL -CTR URBAN TRANS RSCH CUT 0265 15, 957 0 23 936 COVERED WALKWAY A (FMHI) CWA 0240 0 9,916 9 916 CENTRAL DUPLICATING (WHSE) DUP 0065 8 178 74 8 955 EDUCATION BUILDING EDU 0066 90 ,861 17, 127 145 186 EQUIPMENT & TIRE STORAGE EES 0198 197 0 197 EH&S HAZARDOUS WASTE STO EHS 0118 494 0 561 ELECT METERING SUBSTATION ELS 0126 0 77 100 ENGINEERING MODULE A EMA 0214 1 075 0 1, 152 ENGINEERING MODULE B EMB 0215 1 075 0 1 152 ENGINEERING MODULE C EMC 0216 1 199 0 1 296 ENGINEERING MODULE D EMO 0217 861 189 1 152 ENGR MODULE E ELECTRICAL EME 0218 1 032 372 1 ,591 ENGINEERING MODULE F CUTR TRA I LERS EMF 0219 8 546 2 048 11, 019 ENGINEERING TCHNG AUDITOR ENA 0045 3,437 1 188 5 290 ENGINEERING BUILDING II ENB 0142 70 427 34,044 122 890 EDGAR W KOPP BLDG (ENGINEEER) ENG 0044 42 244 29 ,744 91,251 ENGINEERING LABORATORY BLDG ENL 0186 3 017 321 3 580 ENGINEERING RESEARCH ENR 0046 4 ,702 94 1 6 043 EDU RESEARCH CTR CHILD DE ERC 0202 5,469 3 810 9 796 ENGINEERING TRAILER #1 ETA 0180 1, 139 143 1 307 ENGINEERING TRAILER #2 ETB 0181 959 2 1 2 1 307 ENGINEERING TRAILER #3 ETC 0182 959 212 1 307 ENGINEERING SOLAR RSCH ETS 0249 1 118 0 1 120 FINE ARTS DANCE FAD 0144 9 ,881 5 ,581 16, 988 FINE ARTS BUILDING FAH 0010 60 647 42 845 130 058 FACULTY OFFICE BUILDING FAQ 0086 25 097 11, 913 42 129 FINE ARTS STUDIO FAS 0193 6 828 538 8 084 FACILITIES PLANNING AND CONSTR FPC 0263 6 157 3 686 10,441 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996 97 206

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PHYSICAL FACILITIES Total University by Building FALL 1996 BLDG BLDG NET SQUARE FEET GROSS SQ FT BUILDING NAME PFX NUM ASSIGNABLE NON-ASSIGNABLE TOTAL FOOD SERVICES STORAGE SHED FSS 0207 325 0 352 USF FOOTBALL TRAILER FTB 9151 965 175 1 250 USF FOOTBALL OFFICES FTO 9164 1 145 100 1,435 DRIVING RANGE PAVILION GCD 0267 80 0 80 GOLF CART GARAGE GCG 0092 3 1 74 0 3 174 GOLF CLUBHOUSE & OPERATION GCH 0087 2 688 557 3 300 GOLF COURSE MAINT OFFICE GCM 0083 602 0 667 GOLF COURSE SERV I CE BLDG GCS 0079 5 101 0 5 240 GOLF COURSE STORAGE WSHE GCW 0076 344 0 384 GROUNDS DEPT EQUIP SHED GES 0185 2 083 0 2,106 GREENHOUSE#1 SHADEHOUSE GHA 0021 1 300 0 1 300 GREENHOUSE #2 MAIN BLDG GHB 0095 1 760 247 2 145 GROUNDS MAINTENANCE SHED GMS 0093 673 0 710 GOLF COURSE SHELTER A (4TH) GSA 0103 290 100 405 GOLF COURSE SHELTER B (8TH) GSB 0104 368 0 368 GOLF COURSE SHELTER C (12TH) GSC 0105 368 0 368 HUMAN SERVICES BUILDING HMS 0039 33, 990 28 249 69 ,759 HAZARDOUS WASTE STORAGE # HZA 0189 271 0 284 HAZARDOUS WASTE STORAGE # HZB 0190 271 0 284 HAZARDOUS WASTE FACILITY HZF 0212 1 897 60 2 263 INTERCOLLEGIATE RSTRM (TENNIS) ICR 0211 32 290 800 CAMPUS INFORMATION CENTER INF 0089 125 20 261 !TFS TOWER SHED ITS 0231 36 0 40 LIBRARY LIB 0100 232,517 50,453 304 ,141 LIFE SCIENCE BUILDING LIF 0007 26 382 20 949 53, 054 LIFE SCIENCE ANNEX LSA 0091 7,087 1 609 9 963 PSYCHOLOGY RESEARCH MGX 0134 5 053 1 ,801 7 353 CONTINUING ED/FPECA MGY 0135 5 158 1 722 7,353 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996 -97 207

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PHYSICAL FACILITIES Total University by Building FALL 1996 BLDG BLDG NET SQUARE FEET GROSS SQ FT BUILDING NAME PFX NUM ASSIGNABLE NON-ASSIGNABLE TOTAL -CONTINUING EDUCATION MGZ 0136 4,418 1,523 6,491 WESTSIDE CONFERENCE CTR-FMHI MHA 0129 17,010 4,775 20 201 FMHI PHYSICAL PLANT MHB 0130 13 244 9,510 25,502 FMHI -ADMINISTRATIVE & RSCH MHC 0131 116,778 72 328 218 400 FMHI CHILD & FAMILY STUDIES MHF 0132 8,062 2,335 13 858 FMHI ACTIVITIES COMPLEX MHH 0133 38,249 13,041 63 030 FMHI CLASSROOM NORTH MHI 0140 1 055 66 1,232 FMHI CLASSROOM SOUTH MHJ 0141 1,085 36 1 232 OBSERVATORY OBS 0028 1 693 8 2,022 PHYSICAL PLANT OPER ADMIN OPM 0042 7,781 1 986 10 915 P .E./WELLNESS/SPORTS STUDIES PEA 0248 1 527 0 1 660 PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLASSROOM PED 0037 11,493 6 027 20,329 P .E. FOOTBALL STORAGE BLDG 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 P E STORAGE (SOFTBALL) PES 0077 846 0 920 P E. TENNIS STORAGE PET 0127 85 0 120 PARKING GARAGE A PGA 0266 187 200 87,800 275 000 MATHEMATICS/PHYSICS BLDG PHY 0025 48 479 21,703 80 285 MAINTENANCE & SERVICE SHOP PPA 0009 5 552 1,457 9 758 GROUNDS AND TRANSPORTATION PPB 0043 5,960 284 6,430 MAINTENANCE SER SHOPS PPC 0084 15 022 1 ,001 17,362 TRAN INSPECTION AND STORAGE PPD 0026 3 314 0 3,314 LIFSEY HOSP CTR & PRES RESID PRS 0255 8,396 14, 934 33 476 PARKING SERVICES BUILDING PSS 0188 4,438 1 385 5,918 PARKING SVCS MAINTENANCE PSM 0206 1 40 0 156 PARKING SVCS PAPER STORAGE PSP 0245 140 0 143 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996 208

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PHYSICAL FACILITIES Total University by Building FALL 1996 BLDG BLDG NET SQUARE FEET GROSS SQ FT BUILDING NAME PFX NUM ASSIGNABLE NON-ASSIGNABLE TOTAL PARKING SVCS STORAGE SHED PSS 0205 140 0 156 PARKING SVCS TRAFFIC STORAGE PST 0246 80 0 82 ARGOS D RAD 0023 3 515 0 5,600 ARGOS E RAE 0011 3 958 468 5,280 ALPHA HALL RAL 0008 47,518 15,445 79 390 ANDROS CORE RAN 0064 30 324 4,406 46,461 ARGOS CENTER RAR 0022 28,967 3,475 51, 866 BETA HALL RBE 0019 43,621 14,155 72 265 DELTA HALL ROE 0029 31,656 6,126 42,849 RECREATION ACTIVITIES CENTER REC 0036 88,207 24 044 148,952 EPSILON HALL REP 0030 31,496 6,286 42 849 ETA HALL RET 0033 10,574 1,802 14,118 GAMMA HALL RGA 0024 51,089 15,491 78 350 IOTA HALL RIO 0057 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 RQA 0031 1,090 252 1,587 R.I. QUARTERS B RQB 0034 1,090 252 1,587 R.I. QUARTERS C RQC 0035 1,676 346 2,384 R.I. QUARTERS D RQD 0061 1 054 252 1,586 R.I. QUARTERS E RQE 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 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 209

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PHYSICAL FACILITIES Total University by Building FALL 1996 BLDG BLDG NET SQUARE FEET GROSS SQ FT BUILDING NAME PFX NUM ASSIGNABLE NON-ASSIGNABLE TOTAL SM BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT TRL SBD 0187 1, 133 189 1,440 SCIENCE CENTER SCA 0075 61,294 22,408 91,821 SUNDOMEGUARDHOUSE SDG 0234 21 0 27 SOFTBALL FIELDS RESTROOM SFR 0253 0 930 1,233 STUDENT HEAL TH SERVICE BLDG SHS 0213 9,106 3,421 13, 183 SOCIAL SCIENCE BUILDING soc 0081 69,538 32,881 111,613 STORAGE SHED BIOLOGY SSB 0237 120 0 123 STORAGE SHED GEOLOGY SSG 0236 341 0 344 STADIUM STA 0143 8,078 8,686 24,983 SUN DOME SUN 0120 149,812 64,763 252,453 STUDENT SERVICES BUILDING SVC 0003 122,805 47,416 205,736 SEWAGE PUMPING STATION #1 SWA 0016 0 398 458 SEWAGE PUMPING STATION #2 SWB 0014 0 160 206 THEATRE CENTRE TAR 0082 23,705 6,626 33, 998 THEATRE 1 TAT 0005 17,890 3,208 23 883 TEXTBOOK CENTER (WSHE) TBC 0094 3 487 1,515 5,002 TELECOMMUNICATIONS TRL TCT 0225 594 0 659 THEATRE 2 THR 0145 6,184 9,079 17,348 CHEMICAL TREATMENT STATION TRT 0017 0 562 662 TEMPORARY SCIENCE A TSA 9152 1,075 0 1, 173 TEMPORARY SCIENCE B TSB 9153 1,075 0 1, 173 TEMPORARY SCIENCE C TSC 9154 815 270 1, 173 TEMPORARY SCIENCE D TSO 9155 825 230 1, 173 TEMPORARY SCIENCE E TSE 9156 800 270 1, 173 TEMPORARY SCIENCE F TSF 9157 800 270 1 173 TEMPORARY SCIENCE G TSG 9158 1,090 0 1, 173 TEMPORARY SCIENCE H TSH 9159 1,090 0 1, 173 TEMPORARY SCIENCE I TSI 9160 1, 125 0 1, 173 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 210

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PHYSICAL FACILITIES Total University by Building FALL 1996 BLDG BLDG NET SQUARE FEET GROSS SQ FT BUILDING NAME PFX NUM ASSIGNABLE NON-ASSIGNABLE TOTAL TEMPORARY SCIENCE J TSJ 9161 835 208 1, 173 TEMPORARY SCIENCE K TSK 9163 1,084 0 1,173 TEMPORARY SCIENCE T TST 9162 0 1 070 1, 173 UNIVERSITY LECTURE HALL ULH 0040 4,124 350 5,237 UNIVERSITY POLICE BUILDING UPB 0012 5,797 2,182 8,919 UNIVERSITY POLICE STORAGE UPS 0183 1,214 0 1,410 UTILITIES' RECORDS STORAGE URS 0244 160 0 165 UNIV SUPPORT "A" (AUDTR GEN) USA 0224 1,317 0 1,440 UNIV SUPPORT "B" (F&A TRL) USB 0235 3,380 1,230 4,991 UNIV SUPPORT "C" (ST ATE COMP) 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 vu 0158 2,418 0 2,880 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 211

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PHYSICAL FACILITIES Total University by Building FALL 1996 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-BUILDING 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 4 1 8 0 2 880 VILLAGE-BUILDING 16 VLP 0165 2 418 0 2 880 VILLAGE-BUILDING 17 VLQ 0166 2 418 0 2,880 VILLAGE-BU I LDING 1 8 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 V I LLAGE MUL Tl PURPOSE BLDG VMP 0199 1 ,331 495 1 946 VILLAGE MAINTENANCE STORAGE VMS 0184 543 0 576 VISITOR RECEPTION CTR-FOWLER VRC 0227 657 671 1 523 WAREHOUSE# 2 WHB 0074 3 904 0 4 160 WAREHOUSE #3 WHC 0080 13, 653 0 14, 200 WAREHOUSE #6 WHO 0137 1 0 195 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 SHEDD wss 0221 444 0 480 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 212

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PHYSICAL FACILITIES Total University by Building FALL 1996 BLDG BLDG NET SQUARE FEET GROSS SQ FT BUILDING NAME PFX NUM ASSIGNABLE NON-ASSIGNABLE TOTAL LAKELAND CAMPUS CURTIS PETERSON ACADEMIC CTR LKC 8700 14,566 8,793 23,439 LAKELAND CENTER PHASE II LKE 8701 11,958 9,319 25,276 LAKELAND/PCC JOINT USE SPACE LKJ 8710 7, 153 0 7,556 LAKELAND/PCC PHASE 2 JOINT USE LKK 8711 9,548 0 10,200 LAKELAND ITFS TOWER SHELTER LKS 8702 160 0 160 SARASOTA CAMPUS SARASOTA ANTHROPOLOGY LAB ANL 3043 595 0 652 HAMIL TON BOILER ROOM BLR 3026 106 2 503 2 964 BON SEIGNEUR RESIDENCE BON 3038 2,247 1,876 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 9,658 8,172 21,441 COOK HALL (ADMIN-SOUTH HALL) COH 3002 5,122 4,244 12,047 COVERED WALKWAY "C" (SARA) 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 9,784 4 116 14,429 HAMIL TON CLASSROOMS HCL 3022 8,468 4,806 15,399 HAMILTON CENTER HCT 3021 15,322 5,827 24,778 JANE BANCROFT COOK LIBRARY LBR 3042 48,763 19,480 74,731 MARINE AQUARIUM BLDG MAB 3040 494 0 559 NAT SCI CHEMICAL STORAGE A NCA 3057 194 0 200 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 213

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PHYSICAL FACILITIES Total University by Building FALL 1996 BLDG BLDG NET SQUARE FEET GROSS SQ FT BUILDING NAME PFX NUM ASSIGNABLE NON-ASSIGNABLE TOTAL NAT SCI CHEMICAL STORAGE B NCB 3058 194 0 200 PEI DORM (EAST) PDE 3025 16,526 0 24,482 PEI DORM (SOUTH) PDS 3024 16,406 0 24,213 PEI DORM (WEST) POW 3023 15, 935 0 24,482 PHYSICAL PLANT SARASOTA PHS 3045 3,572 1,435 5,350 PARKVIEW HOUSE/COUNSELING PKV 3012 1,810 61 1,871 PALMER "A" PMA 3013 5,363 3,318 9,411 PALMER "B" PMB 3014 5,424 1,212 8,230 PALMER "C" PMC 3015 5,739 1,591 8,534 PALMER "D" PMD 3016 5,698 1,521 8,534 PALMER "E" PME 3017 4 717 1,929 8,230 PUMPHOUSE PMP 3006 661 0 755 ROBERTSON HALLCARRIAGE ROB 3003 2,489 555 3,681 RING PLAZA BUILDING I RPA 3034 1,458 255 1,740 RING PLAZA BUILDING II RPB 3036 2,664 0 3,024 RING PLAZA BUILDING Ill RPC 3035 912 0 1, 155 NATURAL SCIENCE SELBY SEL 3009 8,180 1,522 12,916 SOCIAL SCIENCE SSC 3004 1,146 308 1,794 SUDAKOFF LECTURE & CONF CTR SUD 3041 8,542 1,846 12,216 UTILITY PUMPS UTL 3008 0 175 194 VIKING MOTEL BOOKSTORE VBK 3050 2,612 613 3,225 VIKING MOTEL BLDG A VKA 3046 2,754 1,392 5,959 VIKING MOTEL-BLDG B VKB 3047 1,836 456 3,507 VIKING MOTEL-BLDG C VKC 3048 2 142 698 4,252 VIKING MOTEL OFFICE VKO 3049 566 86 1,646 VIKING MOTEL TWO STORY VKT 3051 9,352 1,680 15,472 WEST STUDENT CENTER wsc 3061 2 127 1,433 3,559 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996 214

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PHYSICAL FACILITIES Total University by Building FALL 1996 BLDG BLDG NET SQUARE FEET GROSS SQ FT BUILDING NAME PFX NUM ASSIGNABLE NON-ASSIGNABLE TOTAL ST PETERSBURG CAMPUS BAYBORO HALL BAY 2004 23 305 2,844 34,869 CAMPUS ACTIVITIES CENTER CAC 2112 22,614 6,458 32,494 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 35 613 23,676 69 738 ETHICS CENTER ST PETE ETH 2127 1,882 766 3 300 HANEY LANDING SAILBOAT SHED HLS 2116 240 0 240 KNIGHT OCEANOGRAPHIC RSCH KRC 2123 37,817 22,777 68,821 FIO LONGKEY SHED "A" LOA 2119 60 0 60 FIO LONGKEY SHED "B" LOB 2120 60 0 60 FIO LONGKEY SHED "C" LOC 2121 60 0 60 FIO LONGKEY SHED "D" LOO 2122 48 0 48 MARINE SCIENCE LABORATORY MSL 2047 56,065 23,091 81,710 MARINE SHOP AND WAREHOUSE MSW 2107 8,012 1, 119 9,208 ONE FIFTH AVENUE SOUTH BLDG ONE 2126 2,336 1,414 3,923 PIANOMAN BUILDING PNM 2118 3,240 1 968 5 520 PLANT OPERATIONS/RECEIVING POR 2109 6,438 1 857 8,916 POWER HOUSE POW 2069 0 966 1, 100 NELSON POYNTER MEMORIAL LIBRARY POY 2124 54, 000 0 81, 000 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 2115 1,522 0 1,755 BUILDING "N" ST PETERSBURG SPN 2114 4 555 565 5,500 U S GEOLOGICAL SURVEY USG 2129 20,400 0 23,000 JOHN C. WILLIAMS HIST HOUSE WMS 2128 3, 171 0 3, 171 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 215

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PHYSICAL FACILITIES Total University by Building FALL 1996 BLDG BLDG NET SQUARE FEET GROSS SQ FT BUILDING NAME PFX NUM ASSIGNABLE NON-ASSIGNABLE TOTAL HEAL TH SCIENCES COLLEGE OF PUBLIC HEAL TH CPH 0223 48,855 27,255 77,986 COVERED WALKWAY "B" (HSC) CWB 0241 0 7,824 7,824 HEALTH SCIENCES-CLINICS MDA 0116 54,339 25,410 93 237 HEALTH SCIENCES-MAIN BLDG MDC 0113 159,768 80 775 294,522 HEAL TH SCIENCES-ENDOSCOPY CTR MDE 0259 3,502 950 4,452 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 MDM 0124 2,425 0 2,520 HEAL TH SCIENCES-NURSING MDN 0115 15, 124 7 432 27,678 HEAL TH SCIENCES-OPHTHALMOLOGY MDO 0264 17,654 7, 100 28,000 HEAL TH SCIENCES-PED OVERPASS MDP 0195 0 6,434 6,434 HEAL TH SCIENCES-EQUIP SHED MDQ 0250 946 0 1,032 HEAL TH SCIENCES-REPAIR SHED MDR 0251 560 0 600 HEAL TH SCIENCES-WSHE 200 MDS 0117 3,378 0 3,435 HEALTH SCIENCE-WATER TRTMNT MDT 0252 0 1,100 1, 100 HEAL TH SCIENCE-UTILITIES MDU 0102 128 4 312 4,815 HEAL TH SCIENCES-VEH STORAGE MDV 0204 720 0 760 HEALTH SCIENCES-WSHE 100 MDW 0247 3,435 0 3,510 PSYCHIATRIC HOSP IT AL(TGH section) PSH 0209 9 ,811 2 837 12,648 PSYCHIATRIC HOSP IT AL(USF section) PSHP 9209 8,427 2,611 12,412 RIVERVIEW TV TRANSMISSION RIVERVIEW ETV 8455 2353 340 2853 CHINSEGUT CHINSEGUT UNIT A CNA 8011 1, 156 0 1,248 CHINSEGUT UNIT B CNB 8012 1, 156 0 1,248 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996 216

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PHYSICAL FACILITIES Total University by Building FALL 1996 BLDG BLDG NET SQUARE FEET GROSS SQ FT BUILDING NAME PFX NUM ASSIGNABLE NON-ASSIGNABLE TOTAL CHINSEGUT UNIT C CNC 8013 1 156 0 1,248 CHINSEGUT UNIT D CND 8014 1 156 0 1,248 CHINSEGUT UNIT E CNE 8015 1, 156 0 1,248 CHINSEGUT UNIT F CNF 8016 1, 156 0 1 248 CHINSEGUT UNIT G CARETAKER CNG 8010 1, 156 0 1 248 CHINSEGUT HILL DINING HALL CNH 8017 1,436 0 1 500 CHINSEGUT UNIT J CNJ 8002 1,259 0 1,338 CHINSEGUT MANSION CNM 8001 9,561 0 11, 157 CHINSEGUT CONFERENCE FACILITY CNN 8019 1,285 0 1 344 CHINSEGUT MAINTENANCE SHED CNO 8018 514 0 576 CHINSEGUT LAUNDRY SHED CNP 8020 120 0 120 FLORIDA INSTITUTE OF PHOSPHATE RESEARCH F l.P .R. COVERED WALKWAY CWF 8406 0 430 430 F l.P.R. -ADMINISTRATION BUILDING FPA 8400 5,810 1,290 8,236 F l.P .R. BIOLOGICAL LAB FPB 8401 2,470 0 2 837 F l.P R METALLURGICAL LAB FPM 8402 2 784 400 3,856 F .l. P.R. RADON BUILDING II FPQ 8403 375 0 375 F l.P .R. RADON BUILDING I FPR 8404 375 0 375 F.1.P. R STORAGE BUILDING FPS 8405 100 0 100 MOFFITT CANCER CARE CENTER HL MOFFITT CANCER CTR/RES INST CCD 0138 218 022 123,964 370,950 CANCER MECHANICAL BUILDING CCM 0139 180 4 394 4,794 MOFFITT STORAGE BUILDING ccs 0254 1 000 0 1 000 HL MOFFITT CHILD DEVEL CTR CDC 0239 4 706 873 6,221 MOFFITT RESEARCH CENTER MRC 0208 65,627 0 98 220 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 217

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Year Constructed Before 1950 1950-1959 1960-1969 1970-1979 1980 1989 After 1989 SOURCE: FPC DB2Y3VBLDG UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 AGE OF PHYSICAL FACILITIES All Campuses FALL 1996 Number 15 7 88 47 118 69 Total University 344 Square Footage 155,128 22,613 2,544 525 1,508, 103 1 521,236 933 655 6,685,260 218

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Cateqorv Seminar 0-25 capacity General 26-99 capacity Lecture 100+ capacity TOTAL: 100 90 "O 80 Cll ., ::> 70 ., E 60 ., ., ..!! 50 0 2 40 c Cll 0 30 Cl.. 20 10 0 SAM 9AM 10AM 11AM Source: IRP DB2Y3VROOM UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 CLASSROOM AVAILABILITY Total University 1995-96 Campus Tamoa St. Petersbura 14 5 123 32 16 0 153 37 Average Weekly Classroom Utilization Tampa Campus 12PM 1PM 2PM Time of Day 3PM 4PM Sarasota Lakeland 13 10 16 14 1 0 30 24 r.lllncludes Fridays BMon-Thur Classes 5PM 6PM 7PM 8PM 219

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TAMPA CAMPUS Campus Recreation Center Northwest Activities Complex (MHH Bldg ) USF Golf Course USF Riverfront Park Stadium Sun Dome Bicycle Facilit i es Baseball BasketballNolleyball Golf Handball/Racquetball Outdoor Swimming Parcourse Soccer and Football So f tball RECREATIONAL ACTIVITY FACILITIES FALL 1996 facilities located in the Campus Recreation Center are : 1) Equipment Room 4) Fitness Center 7) Upper and Lower Aerobics Rooms 9) Six Racquetball/Handball Courts 2) Dance Studio 5) Mat Room 8) Club Room 10) Lounge and Vending Area facilities located in the Northwest Activities Complex are : 1) Gymnasium 2) Outdoor Pool 4) Locker/Shower Rooms 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 3) Natatorium 6) Upper and Lower Gyms-Basketball/ Volleyball/Badminton 11) Locker/Shower Rooms 3) Games Area varsity soccer/football playing field, 400-meter track, concession facility, seating in stands for 4,000 the USF Sun Dome is a multi purpose mass seating facility with a seating capacity of approximately 11,000 which also accommodates intramural sports activity all Un i versity sidewalks are available for use by bicyclists and there are over 550 bike racks in the parking lots a bicycle shop administered by the Bicycle Club is located on the Tampa Campus Red McEwen field four outdoor courts dri ving range and putting greens six three-walled outdoor courts, six four-walled indoor courts in Campus Recreatfon Center Andros and Argos pools -a 1 3 mile fitness trail with 18 exerc i se stations -s i x fields that serve as both soccer and football fields one vars ity playing field located in the Stadium four f i elds UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 220

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TAMPA CAMPUS (continued) Tennis Track SARASOTA CAMPUS Fitness Center Basketball/Volleyball Boating Outdoor Swimming Softball/Soccer Field Tennis ST. PETERSBURG CAMPUS Campus Activities Center Outdoor Swimming USF Watercraft Program/ Haney Landing RECREATIONAL ACTIVITY FACILITIES (continued) FALL 1996 twenty-two courts located at Physical Education Building, Andros Complex, and Varsity Tennis area one 400-meter track, located in the Stadium facilities located in the Fitness Center are : 1) Weight Training Room 2) Aerobic Room 3) Two Racquetball Courts 4) Locker/Shower Rooms one outdoor sandpit volleyball court, one lighted outdoor basketball court three canoes one catamaran three windsurfers two lasers w ith bayfront access on campus one outdoor pool, one therapeutic whirlpool outdoor combination field with walking track two lighted courts facilities located in the Campus Activities Center are: 1) Fitness Center/Weight Training 2) Lockers/Shower Rooms 4) One Racquetball Court 5) Aerobic Multipurpose Room one outdoor pool (equipped for water volleyball and lap swimming) 3) Main Gym/Multipurpose Room-Basketball Volleyball/Badminton/Indoor Soccer water craft recreation area with four sloop-rigged boats, four J420 sailboats five canoes two escapes, one sunfish, six snipes, one puffer, one 470. UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 221

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PUBLIC EVENTS FACILITIES FINE ARTS EXHIBITION Theatre Lobby Galley (TAT) Teaching Gallery (FAH 108) FlNEARTSPERFORMANCE Theatre 1 (TAT) Theatre 2 (THR) Music Recital Hall (FAH 101) Studio Theatre (TAR 120) Estimated Annual Fine Arts Performances and Exhibtions* FALL 1996 Exhibition space Exhibition space Proscenium stage Variable configuration performance space Recital platform Variable configuration performance space Estimated Annual Fine Arts Performances and Exhibition Attendance* GENERAL EXHIBITION USF Contemporary Art Museum Marshall Center Gallery (CTR 102) GENERAL PERFORMANCE/ASSEMBLY Marshall Center Special Event Center (SEC) Estimated SEC Annual Attendance Estimated SEC Annual Reservations Marshall Center 1956 Ballroom Marshall Center Meeting Rooms Estimated Marshall Center Annual Attendance Estimated Marshall Center Annual Reservations Sun Dome *Performances and exhibitions are a part of the academic programs. UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 Variable configuration exhibition space Exhibition space Variable configuration Stage/ Auditorium Ballroom/banquet room 12 Meeting/banquet rooms Multi-purpose Mass-seating facility 1,265 sq. ft 770 sq. ft 552 seating capacity 200 seating capacity (maximum) 234 seating capacity 100 seating capacity (maximum) 350 105,000 10,000 sq. ft. 822 sq. ft. 1, 150 seating capacity 800 seating on floor 114,752 217 300 seating capacity 1 o -200 seating capacity 261,818 5,457 11,000 seating capacity 800 seating on floor 222

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* Under renovation 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 SOURCE: USF Residence Halls and Auxiliary Services UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 STUDENT HOUSING All Campuses FALL 1996 Occupancy Capacity 2 634 2,673 319 310 0 0 328 331 240 242 123 123 41 42 375 377 120 123 205 206 82 82 205 205 41 41 41 41 514 550 2,315 2,363 223

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CURRENT MAJOR CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS PROJECTS IN PLANNING TAMPA Alpha Residence Hall Renovation Chilled Water Utilities Infrastructure Existing Education Building Expansion/Remodeling Intercollegiate Athletic Facility Psychology/CSD/Lab Building Renovation of Residence Halls Stavros Center/Second Floor Addition SARASOTA Betty lsermann Fine Arts Building (New College Fine Arts Gallery/Studio Building) Natural Sciences Teaching Auditorium/Sarasota Sarasota Campus Utilities/Infrastructure Expansion Sarasota Expansion/Renovation ST.PETERSBURG St. Petersburg Pediatric Research Building St. Petersburg Teaching Enhancement Center SOURCE: Facilities Planning & Construction UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 Total University FALL 1996-97 PROJECTS UNDER CONSTRUCTION Alumni Center Anchin/Education II Addition Health Sciences Center Research Building Science Center Renovation University Bookstore New College Residence Hall 224

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Section X GLOSSARY

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USFFACTBOOKGLOSSARY Academic Year --The time period containing the academic sessions held during consecutive Summer Fall and Spring semesters, currently May through April. Administrative and Professional CA&Pl --Middle and upper level administrative and professional positions in the State University System. Board of Regents CBOR) --A 13-member state board which governs the State University System (SUS). It is composed of the Commissioner of Education (ex officio}, the Chancellor of the SUS, 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 characterized as Assignable or Non-Assignable. Assignable square footage includes all areas that can be used by occupants to carry out their functions Remaining areas, those that are not suitable for occupants, like mechanical, custodial, 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 discipline/degree programs. Contracts and Grants CC&Gl 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 CE&Gl 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 FACT BOOK 1996-97 1996-97 Enrollment Benchmarks --Mandated dates during each academic term at which a copy of the Student Data Course File is submitted to the BOR. At each of these points, enrollment reports are created for internal management information purposes. Currently, benchmarks are Drop/Add (five days into the term), Preliminary (approximately 8 weeks into the term), and Final (approx. 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 in the faculty pay plan Categories include Professor, Associate Professor, Assistant Professor, and Instructor, as well as non-instructional staff such as Counselor/ Advisors, and Librarians. First Professional Student --At USF, a student working toward a M.D.; also refers to students of Law, Pharmacy, etc. Fiscal Year --A 12-month period beginning July 1 and ending June 30. FTIC (First-time-in-college) --An entering freshman, or, a first year student. Any student entering with less than 12 hours of college credit is classified as FTIC. Full-Time Equivalent CFTE) Employee --A numerical designator for an appointment based on 100% for full time (40 hours). An FTE for a full-time employee is 1 00. A part-time employee FTE is calculated based on the proportion of number of weekly hours worked to 40 Full-Time Equivalent CFTEl Student --A measure of student enrollment, normally annualized, based on the number of student credit hours for which students enroll. Full-Time undergraduate is 15 hours (Fall and Spring Terms), 10 hours (Summer Term). Full-Time graduate is 12 hours (Fall and Spring Terms), 8 hours (Summer Term). Full-Time Student --An undergraduate enrolled for 12 or more semester credit hours in a term; a graduate student enrolled for 9 or more semester credit hours in a term. 227

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Full-Time Filled Position -A position in which a person or persons are appointed for a total FTE of 1 00. Major Field of Study --Students are classified as majors according to their selection of a primary field of study. This field must be selected for BOR approved programs and university approved majors within each degree program. 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) --Persons paid from OPS are performing temporary work of some nature. There is no continuing obligation on the part of the University toward OPS appointments Person Years --A budgeting term calculated and based on a pos i tion budgeted for twelve months of activity and a full-time portion of effort Preliminary Headcount Enrollment --The enrollment taken from the official data files of the university approximately eight weeks after the beginning of each term. This figure includes all students who are on the Student Data Course File submitted to the Board of Regents SACS --Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Service Area --Fifteen county area designated by the Board of Regents as the portion of the state to which the university provides academic services. State Fundable Student Credit Hours (SFSCH) --Those student credit hours for which the University receives funding from the state Student --A person who is entered into a relationship with the University in an offic i ally recognized capacity. An active student is one who is eligible for registration or currently enrolled UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FACT BOOK 1996-97 Student Data Course File (SDCF) --Board of Regents computer file containing enrollment data for every student registered during a term. Student Headcount Enrollment --The absolute number of individual students enrolled at a specified time. Student Level --Classification of students based on number of semester hours earned. SUS --State University System of Florida Tenure --The condition attained by a faculty member through scholarly activities which assures the faculty member security of employment and immunity from reprisals or threats due to an intellectual position or belief which may be unpopular, and which guarantees annual reappointment for that faculty member until voluntary resignation, retirement or removal for adequate cause. Unclassified Student --A student who is not formally admitted to a degree program, and, thus, not a degree-seeking. Undeclared Student --A degree seeking student who has neither declared a major nor been admitted to a limited access program. Unduplicated Headcount --Headcount which includes only one count for each student who is simultaneously enrolled in courses on any two or more campuses. Total University headcount is unduplicated ; headcount by campus is duplicated. University Support Personnel System (USPS) --A Board of Regents pay plan and personnel system for support personnel (excluding A&P and Faculty) within the State University System of Florida. 228


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