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Supplement B: Institutional Snapshot

STUDENT DEMOGRAPHY

Undergraduate Enrollment by Class, 2004-06

2004 2005 2006
Freshman 273 380 448
Sophomore 309 276 305
Junior 1,054 822 743
Senior 871 1,156 1,262
                      Total: 2,507 2,634 2,758

Note:  In fall 2004, class level was derived from data in ISIS. Starting in fall 2005, class level was derived in BANNER, but due to the switch from accepting block transfer credit (as was the case in ISIS) to a course articulation process, all credit hours previously taken by a student currently are included in the class level calculation, not just those that will be used toward a UIS degree

Undergraduate Enrollments, by Race/Ethnicity, Gender, and Degree Seeking Status, 2004-06

2004 2005 2006
Degree Seeking
Male
Non Resident Alien 11 12 16
Black, Non-Hispanic 54 55 86
Amer. Ind./Alaskan Native 3 5 9
Asian Pac. Islander 28 32 36
Hispanic 19 23 32
White, Non-Hispanic 765 796 834
Unknown 60 71 76
Total 940 994 1,089
Female
Non Resident Alien 5 5 6
Black, Non-Hispanic 139 163 185
Amer. Ind./Alaskan Native 4 5 8
Asian Pac. Islander 29 33 40
Hispanic 25 30 32
White, Non-Hispanic 1,129 1,141 1,175
Unknown 57 75 69
Total 1,388 1,452 1,515
Non Degree Seeking
Male
Non Resident Alien 0 0 2
Black, Non-Hispanic 7 5 5
Amer. Ind./Alaskan Native 1 0 0
Asian Pac. Islander 1 0 0
Hispanic 1 0 1
White, Non-Hispanic 44 50 35
Unknown 2 3 6
Total 56 58 49
Female
Non Resident Alien 0 0 0
Black, Non-Hispanic 11 7 5
Amer. Ind./Alaskan Native 0 1 0
Asian Pac. Islander 0 3 4
Hispanic 0 2 2
White, Non-Hispanic 107 108 84
Unknown 5 9 10
Total 123 130 105

Graduate Enrollments by Race/Ethnicity, Gender, and Degree Seeking Status, 2004-06

2004 2005 2006
Degree Seeking
Male
Non Resident Alien 130 154 200
Black, Non-Hispanic 33 35 37
Amer. Ind./Alaskan Native 2 0 2
Asian Pac. Islander 24 22 20
Hispanic 9 11 15
White, Non-Hispanic 456 440 479
Unknown 18 20 20
Total 672 682 773
Female
Non Resident Alien 61 78 87
Black, Non-Hispanic 77 85 77
Amer. Ind./Alaskan Native 1 2 2
Asian Pac. Islander 26 22 22
Hispanic 10 7 8
White, Non-Hispanic 712 714 749
Unknown 28 29 36
Total 915 937 981
Non Degree Seeking
Male
Non Resident Alien 2 3 3
Black, Non-Hispanic 10 2 2
Amer. Ind./Alaskan Native 1 0 1
Asian Pac. Islander 6 4 4
Hispanic 2 1 2
White, Non-Hispanic 101 93 91
Unknown 11 7 13
Total 133 110 116
Female
Non Resident Alien 2 2 1
Black, Non-Hispanic 7 13 15
Amer. Ind./Alaskan Native 1 3 1
Asian Pac. Islander 4 3 3
Hispanic 1 2 4
White, Non-Hispanic 143 118 98
Unknown 11 13 11
Total 169 154 133

Age Range of Undergraduate Students, 2004-06

Age Range 2004 2005 2006
24 and Under 1,254 1,283 1,433
25 and Above 1,253 1,351 1,325
Total 2,507 2,634 2,758

Residency Status of Credit-Seeking, On-Ground Students, 2005-06

Residency Status 2005 2006
In-State Resident 3,240 3,258
Out-of-State Resident 140 85
Non-US Resident 151 241
Total 3,531 3,584

Note:  Data exclude exclusively online students

STUDENT RECRUITMENT AND ADMISSIONS

Student Applications, Acceptances, and Matriculations, 2005-06

2005 2006
Freshman Students
Applications 493 1,084
Acceptances 311 662
Enrollments 138 253
Transfer Students
Applications 1,533 1,680
Acceptances 1,049 1,106
Enrollments 673 684
Graduate Students
Applications 1,405 1,689
Acceptances 1,053 1,194
Enrollments 516 613

Source:  Office of Admissions 10th day reports.
Note:  Non-degree-seeking students are included. The Office of Admissions considers a beginning freshman to be someone who has graduated from high school but completed fewer than 12 semester hours of transferable college classroom credit by the desired term of entry, whereas a transfer student is an applicant who has completed a minimum of 12 semester hours of transferable college classroom credit by the desired term of entry. These definitions differ slightly from that of IPEDS.

Financial Assistance for Students

Undergraduates Graduates
2004-2005 2005-2006 2004-2005 2005-2006
Total Enrollment 3088 3167 2575 2602
Total Number of financial assistance applicants 2145 2260 997 1044
Percentage of total enrollment 69.46% 71.36% 38.72% 40.12%
Students receiving financial assistance 1885 1940 928 901
Percentage of total enrollment 61.04% 61.26% 36.04% 34.63%
Loans
Number of students 1182 1264 468 477
Percentage of total enrollment 38.28% 39.91% 18.17% 18.33%
Work Study
Number of students 332 319 352 371
Percentage of total enrollment 10.75% 10.07% 13.67% 14.26%
Scholarship/Grants
Number of students 1452 1474 534 602
Percentage of total enrollment 47.02% 46.54% 20.74% 23.14%
Academic Based Merit Based Scholarships
Number of students 340 374 68 51
Percentage of total enrollment 11.01% 11.81% 2.64% 1.96%
Tuition Discount Rate
Institutional financial aid dollars awarded for tuition (I) $1,493,224 $1,331,945 $1,191,058 $1,534,604
Payments of tuition expected of students and external aid (P) $7,859,206 $8,969,379 $5,154,885 $6,441,381
Tuition discount rate (I/(I + P)) 15.97% 12.93% 18.77% 19.24%

STUDENT RETENTION AND PROGRAM PRODUCTIVITY

First to Second Year Return Rates, By Race/Ethnicity

2004 Entering Cohort 2005 Entering Cohort
NE NR NR/NE NE NR NR/NE
Non Resident Alien 1 0 0.0% 1 1 100.0%
Black, Non-Hispanic 7 5 71.4% 7 6 85.7%
Amer. Ind./Alaskan Native 1 1 100.0% 2 2 100.0%
Asian Pac. Islander 4 4 100.0% 11 7 63.6%
Hispanic 2 1 50.0% 3 3 100.0%
White, Non-Hispanic 72 62 86.1% 111 87 78.4%
Unknown 3 3 100.0% 3 2 66.7%

Note:  Cohorts include first-time, full-time students only.

Graduate Degrees Conferred, by Race/Ethnicity, FY 2001–FY 2006

FY 2001 FY 2002 FY 2003 FY 2004 FY 2005 FY 2006
Non Resident Alien 17 25 23 42 51 61
Black, Non-Hispanic 33 26 28 39 35 30
Amer. Ind./Alaskan Native 2 0 1 0 2 1
Asian Pac. Islander 8 10 13 13 18 16
Hispanic 2 7 2 6 6 7
White, Non-Hispanic 288 292 317 354 361 337
Unknown 0 0 0 0 12 13
Total 350 360 384 454 485 465

Note:  Data includes graduate level, IBHE approved certificates.

Degrees Conferred, by CIP categories, FY 2001–FY 2006

FY 2001 FY 2002 FY 2003 FY 2004 FY 2005 FY 2006
Agriculture/Natural Resources 17 9 13 7 4 2
Architecture/Engineering/Tech 0 0 0 0 0 0
Biological & Physical Science 48 48 49 28 38 45
Business 246 271 318 345 331 250
Communications/Tech/Fine Arts 143 110 98 102 106 92
Education/Library Science 27 26 33 71 133 115
Humanities/Interdisciplinary 71 76 82 156 143 157
Health 41 35 26 25 23 26
Law 18 23 18 21 28 19
Mathematics/Computer Science 45 63 49 53 81 99
Military Tech/Protective Services 33 40 37 56 39 51
Personal Services/Consumer/Fitness 0 0 0 0 0 0
Psychology/Social Science & Services 258 272 268 215 231 283
Trades/Production/Transport Health 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total 947 973 991 1,079 1,157 1,139

Note:  Includes all bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees conferred, as well as all IBHE approved certificates.

FACULTY DEMOGRAPHY

Faculty Headcount, by Highest Degree Earned, by Time Status

2005 2006
Full Time Part Time Full Time Part Time
Doctorate 156 43 174 35
First Professional 8 7 8 7
Master’s 15 72 17 72
Bachelor’s 0 16 0 19
Associate’s 0 1 0 1
None/Unknown 0 13 0 1
Total 179 152 199 135

Faculty Headcount by Race/Ethnicity, by Time Status

2005 2006
Full Time Part Time Full Time Part Time
Non Resident Alien 14 4 15 0
Black, Non-Hispanic 12 2 13 3
Amer. Ind./Alaskan Native 2 1 2 1
Asian Pac. Islander 6 5 12 7
Hispanic 2 5 3 6
White, Non-Hispanic 142 131 153 113
Unknown 1 4 1 5
Total 179 152 199 135

Faculty Headcount by Gender, by Time Status

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2005 2006
Full Time Part Time Full Time Part Time
Male 103 73 113 72
Female 76 79 86 63
Total 179 152 199 135

Faculty Headcount by Rank, by Time Status

2005 2006
Full Time Part Time Full Time Part Time
Professors 24 0 23 0
Associate Professors 62 0 68 0
Assistant Professors 69 0 80 0
Instructors 2 0 3 0
Lecturers 2 0 6 0
No Academic Rank 20 152 19 135
Total 179 152 199 135

“No Academic Rank” category includes clinical assistant professors, clinical instructors, visiting assistant professors, and visiting instructors.

Faculty Headcount by Program, by Time Status

2005 2006
Full Time Part Time Full Time Part Time
Agriculture/Natural Resources 2.0 5.0 5.0 4.0
Architecture/Engineering/Tech 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Biological & Physical Science 9.5 4.0 11.5 6.0
Business 34.0 5.0 35.0 9.0
Communications/Tech/Fine Arts 14.0 5.0 14.0 6.0
Education/Library Science 19.5 28.0 20.5 27.0
Health 6.0 4.0 5.5 4.0
Humanities/Interdisciplinary 30.0 38.0 39.0 27.5
Law 5.0 2.0 5.0 2.0
Mathematics/Computer Science 15.5 15.5 16.5 15.0
Military Tech/Protective Services 4.0 9.0 5.0 8.0
Personal Services/Consumer/Fitness 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Psychology/Social Science & Services 39.5 36.5 42.0 26.5
Trades/Production/Transport Health 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

Note:  Each full-time faculty member is counted once, despite FTE. Faculty members jointly appointed with another academic department are counted as 1/2 in each department. Faculty members jointly appointed with the CSPL or IGPA are counted as 1 in their UIS academic department.

INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Technology Resource Description Monitoring
High Performance Internet Connection Currently @ 46Mbps The bandwidth is allocated and monitored by software.
Email, Web, and Data Storage Microsoft Exchange 2003 Email System with Outlook WebAccess Exchange is protected by spam filtering and anti-virus software. Each student has a 250 meg mailbox.
Each student has 100 meg of networked server data storage that is backed up nightly.
Student web sites are hosted on central servers. Each student receives 100 meg of storage for web publishing. All student organizations are also allowed a mail account and website. Windows 2003Quotaoptionis used to monitor size on both the student data and web servers.
Technology-enhanced classrooms Over 90% of classrooms at UIS are equipped with technology to enhance the teaching and learning experience. The state-of-the-art equipment in each classroom includes: PC, Data projector, Document Camera, Interactive Whiteboard, DVD/VHS Player, and Satellite TV connection. The Technology-enhanced classrooms are monitored by the Facilities and Services Space Administrator as part of the regular space utilization process.
General Access Computer Labs UHB 2030 (39 workstations – PC, Mac, and Unix). Media Lab (41 workstations) used mainly for computer graphics, digital video and audio production The number of users in the labs periodically recorded by lab monitors.
Teaching labs 10 labs with a total of 280 workstations. Some teaching labs are available to students when not scheduled for classes. Monitored by the Facilities and Services Space Administrator as part of the regular space utilization process
Specialized Labs Adaptive Technology Lab; Visual Arts Lab; Music Lab; Psychology Lab Monitored by the respective departments.
Residence Halls Two network connections, one voice connection, two coax connections for cable TV (allows access to Campus channel and the foreign language channels) in every room. Wireless access throughout building. Resident usage is automatically logged regarding bandwidth needs with system availability allocated based on time of day.

FINANCIAL DATA

2004-05 2005-06
Actual Unrestricted Revenues
Tuition and Fees 13,215,668 15,591,895
State/Local Appropriations (if applicable) 28,620,654 23,642,499
Denominational Income (if applicable)
Investment and  Annuity Income (17,550) 125,276
Contributions
Auxiliary 7,258,483 8,357,334
Other 6,610,536 6,885,533
Total 55,687,791 54,602,537
Actual Unrestricted Expense
Instructional/Departmental/Library 15,494,698 15,510,830
Student Services 3,575,003 3,159,964
Operation and Maintenance of Plant 12,677,202 6,755,362
Administration 5,063,953 5,058,623
Fundraising
Auxiliary 7,497,626 6,814,069
Other 13,360,439 15,918,462
Total 57,668,921 53,217,310
Revenues Less Expenses (1,981,130) 1,385,227

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