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1 Indiana University South Bend Campus Fact Book

2 Fast Facts South Bend - Fall 2013 President: Michael A. McRobbie Degrees Awarded in FY by Level Student Organizations & Clubs: over 90 Administration Associate = 45 IU, 7 PU Interim Exec VC for Academic Affairs Chancellor: Terry Allison Baccalaureate = 822 IU, 22 PU Faculty and Staff Headcount Johnny McIntosh Master's = 130 IU Academic Staff = 515 VC for Public Affairs and University Advancement Location and Homepage Address Executive/Admin = 30 Ilene Sheffer 1700 Mishawaka Avenue, PO Box Financial Aid Awarded by Level Support Staff = 283 Chief Information Officer South Bend, IN Undergraduate = $ 52,734,938 Beth Van Gordon (574) Graduate = $ 4,416,896 Library Collections: 328,284 VC for Administrative and Fiscal Affairs Total = $ 57,151,834 William O'Donnell City Population: 100,800 VC of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management Office of Admissions Tuition and Fees for AY Jeff Jones Administration Building Undergraduate in-state = $ 6, Real Estate Acreage: 104 acres 1700 Mishawaka Avenue, PO Box 7111 Undergraduate out-of-state = $ 17, Academic Schools, Colleges and Divisions (7) South Bend, IN Graduate in-state = $ 6, Academic-Administrative Space Distribution (in square feet) College of Health Sciences (574) Graduate out-of-state = $ 15, Classroom: 98,603 College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Instructional Laboratories: 81,014 Ernestine M. Raclin School of the Arts Room & Board Rate: $ 8,478 Study Facilities: 70,736 Judd Leighton School of Business and Economics Fall 2013 Enrollment by Level (Per FA student budget) Residential Facilities: 0 School of Education Undergraduate = 7,512 All Others: 356,217 School of Social Work Graduate = Operating Budget Purdue College of Technology Total = 8,073 Unrestricted = $ 67,703,228 Athletic Conference Restricted = $ 13,873,469 CCAC Fall 2013 Credit Hours by Level Auxiliary Enterprises = $ 4,232,992 NAIA Undergraduate = 73,114.0 Total = $ 85,809,689 Graduate = 3,345.0 Total = 76,

3 Undergraduate Admissions South Bend through Applied 2,275 2,619 2,441 2,356 2,456 Admitted 1,817 1,806 1,725 1,693 1,720 % Admitted 80% 69% 71% 72% 70% Enrolled 1,206 1, % Enrolled (from admits) 66% 59% 57% 56% 54% 3,000 2,500 2,000 1,500 1, Undergraduate Admissions Applied Enrolled

4 Beginner Profile - Test Scores South Bend through 2013 % Change Yr 5 Yr Beginner Cohort Size 1,206 1, % -24% ACT By Scores % Submitting Scores 72% 76% 81% 84% 83% 12% 12% 14% 16% 16% Critical Reading/English Average th Percentile th Percentile Math Average th Percentile th Percentile SAT Verbal Score (Middle 50%) SAT Math Score (Middle 50%) South Bend South Bend Indiana Indiana National National

5 South Bend Beginners By Average SAT Composite/ACT Equivalent through

6 Beginner Profile - High School South Bend through Beginner Cohort Size 1,206 1, By High School Rank Top 10% 7% 7% 7% 6% Top 25% 22% 28% 27% 27% Top Half 60% 65% 63% 66% Bottom Half 40% 35% 37% 34% By Indiana HS Diploma Type 1 Core 40 2 Only Academic Honors % Core 40/Academic Honors 3 81% 81% 90% 87% By High School GPA % Submitting HS GPA 58% 86% 85% 44% % 43% 44% 52% < % 57% 56% 48% 1 Core 40 and Academic Honors are mutually exclusive 2 Core 40 includes Core 40 with technical diplomas 3 % Core 40/Academic Honors is based on resident students

7 South Bend Beginners By High School Diploma Type 2009 through % 23% 19% 13% 13% 8% 80% 60% 53% 58% 61% 58% 54% 40% 20% 24% 24% 26% 29% 37% 0% Academic Honors Core 40 Only Other

8 Enrollment by Class and Level South Bend - Fall 2013 Enrollment Credit Hours % Change % Change Average N 1 Yr 5 Yr N 1 Yr 5 Yr Cr Hrs Undergraduate 7,512-4% 0% 73,114-4% -3% 9.7 Freshman 1,563-10% -35% 19,006-4% -30% 12.2 Sophomore 1,225-10% -16% 14,233-7% -12% 11.6 Junior 1,066-5% 1% 12,394-3% 6% 11.6 Senior 1,684-3% 19% 18,669-4% 22% 11.1 Non-Degree 1,974 3% 74% 8,812 3% 80% 4.5 Graduate % -38% 3,345-10% -37% 6.0 Graduate 511-7% -29% 3,149-4% -29% 6.2 Non-Degree 50-38% -71% % -77% 3.9 Total 8,073-5% -4% 76,459-4% -5% 9.5

9 Enrollment by Course Load 1 and Level South Bend - Fall 2013 N % % Change - 1 Year % Change - 5 Years FT PT FT PT FT PT FT PT Undergraduate 3,984 3,528 53% 47% -4% -5% -8% 11% Graduate % 82% -4% -12% -52% -33% Campus 4,083 3,990 51% 49% -4% -6.2% -10% 3% 1 Undergraduate Full-time status: enrolled in 12 or more credit hours. Graduate Full-time status: enrolled in 9 or more credit hours. 100% Percent Enrollment Full-Time 80% 60% 40% 20% 0% Undergraduate Graduate

10 Enrollment by Age South Bend - Fall 2013 N Ages < 20 Ages Age 25+ Avg. Age Median Age Undergraduate 7,512 40% 34% 26% Graduate 561 0% 11% 89% Campus 8,073 37% 33% 30% % 80% 32% Distribution of Age within Level 26% 60% 40% 38% 34% 93% 89% 20% 0% 30% 40% 7% 11% Undergraduate Graduate <

11 Student Origin South Bend - Fall 2013 Of South Bend's total Fall 2013 enrollment, 92 percent of the students are from the state of Indiana. Fifty-four counties in the State of Indiana are represented. Additionally, students from 18 states, Washington D.C., and 75 foreign countries are enrolled at IU South Bend and make up 8 percent of the student population. County Students County Students County Students County Students Adams Fulton 19 Marion 15 Spencer Allen 15 Gibson Marshall 442 St Joseph 4,169 Bartholomew 1 Grant 3 Martin 1 Starke 64 Benton Greene Miami 3 Steuben 49 Blackford 2 Hamilton 4 Monroe 6 Sullivan Boone Hancock 1 Montgomery Switzerland Brown Harrison 1 Morgan 1 Tippecanoe 4 Carroll 2 Hendricks 1 Newton 1 Tipton 1 Cass 8 Henry 1 Noble 12 Union Clark 4 Howard 5 Ohio Unknown county 1 Clay Huntington 1 Orange Vanderburgh Clinton Jackson Owen Vermillion Crawford Jasper 1 Parke Vigo 1 Daviess Jay Perry Wabash 2 De Kalb 171 Jefferson Pike Warren 1 Dearborn 1 Jennings 1 Porter 39 Warrick Decatur Johnson 2 Posey Washington Delaware 8 Knox Pulaski 10 Wayne 2 Dubois 1 Kosciusko 207 Putnam Wells Elkhart 1,817 La Grange 42 Randolph 1 White 1 Fayette 1 La Porte 239 Ripley Whitley 2 Floyd 1 Lake 23 Rush Fountain Lawrence 1 Scott Franklin Madison 2 Shelby 1 Indiana County Total 7,415 Top Counties as a Percentage of In-State Enrollment Out-of-State Total 181 St Joseph 56% Elkhart 25% Foreign Country Total 417 Unknown Non Indiana 60 Total Students 8,073

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13 Enrollment by Ethnicity/Race and Level (Degree - Seeking) South Bend - Fall 2013 N % of Known Domestic % Change - 1 Year Undergrad Graduate Total Undergrad Graduate Total Undergrad Graduate Total Hispanic/Latino % 3.3% 7.4% 6.2% -25.0% 4.6% African American % 8.0% 7.6% -18.5% -2.7% -17.4% Asian American % 2.4% 1.5% 5.4% -8.3% 3.5% American Indian 12 ** % 0.0% 0.2% -25.0% n/a -25.0% Pacific Islander ** ** ** 0.1% 0.2% 0.1% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% Two or More Races % 2.9% 2.8% -2.0% 44.4% 0.6% Domestic Minority 1, , % 16.9% 19.7% -6.2% -3.8% -6.0% White 4, , % -7.4% -7.3% International % -13.6% 6.5% Other/Unknown 109 ** % 28.6% -13.9% **Cell contains 10 or fewer students For more information about diversity see:

14 South Bend Enrollment (Degree - Seeking) Distribution of Sex within Ethnicity/Race - Fall % 25% 80% 64% 66% 42% 62% 61% 62% 52% 60% 60% 40% 75% 20% 36% 34% 58% 38% 39% 38% 48% 40% 0% Male Female

15 Enrollment by Level and Residency South Bend - Fall 2013 N % % Change - 1 Year % Change - 5 Years Resident Non- Resident Resident Non- Resident Resident Non- Resident Resident Non- Resident Undergraduate 7, % 4% -4% -8% 1% -12% Graduate % 16% -12% -5% -39% -30% Campus 7, % 5% -5% -8% -3% -17% Distribution of Residency within Level 100% 80% 60% 40% 20% 0% 4% 96% Undergraduate Resident Non-Resident 16% 84% Graduate

16 Undergraduate Intercampus Mobility South Bend - Fall 2013 The tables and graph reflect the mobility of degree-seeking undergraduate students. The "Transfer In" column depicts the number of students who were enrolled at another IU campus the previous academic year and have enrolled at this campus for the current fall term. The "Transfer Out" column reflects the number of students who attended this campus in the previous academic year, but have transfered to another IU campus for the current fall term. N % of Total Returning Students 3, % New & Unknown 1, % Transfer In % Total Undergraduates 5,538 Transfer In Transfer Out Net Mobility BL IUPUI EA FW KO NW SE SB Total

17 10 South Bend Intercampus Mobility By Campus and Year Fall 2011 through Fall BL IUPUI EA FW KO NW SE

18 Historical Enrollment, Hour and FTE South Bend Fall 2004 through Fall Year % chg Enrollment 7,501 7,459 7,420 7,517 7,712 8,394 8,590 8,385 8,490 8,073 8% Hours 70,519 71,368 69,981 71,034 73,598 80,532 83,323 80,420 79,540 76,459 8% FTE 4,808 4,866 4,765 4,836 4,998 5,457 5,637 5,428 5,364 5,153 7% Entries in BOLD and highlighted are records. Historical Enrollment and FTE, Fall Fall ,000 8,000 6,000 4,000 2, Enrollment FTE

19 Degrees Conferred by Level South Bend through The table and graphs represent degrees conferred for the fiscal year, July 1 through June 30. These views are based on the data submitted to IPEDS, and the Statewide Technology degrees awarded from Purdue at this campus Total % Change Indiana Purdue Total 1 Yr 5 Yr Associate % -60% Baccalaureate % 25% Master's % -16% Total ,026 1% 7% 100% 80% 60% 40% 20% Degrees Conferred By Residency Status 2% 8% 98% 92% 17% 83% 0% Associate Baccalaureate Master's Resident Non-Resident The graph represents IU degrees only

20 Graduation Rates of Bachelor's Seeking Students Receiving Bachelor's Degrees South Bend 1999 through % 34% 32% 31% 32% 31% 8-Year rate 30% 28% 28% 6-Year rate 20% 26% 25% 26% 26% 27% 25% 22% 23% 26% 10% 0% 4-Year rate 6% 6% 6% 7% 4% 5% 5% 6% 6% 6% 4% Size 1999 of FT-Bachelor's Seeking 2002 Cohort

21 South Bend Full-Time Beginner Retention Rates to Second Semester & Year Fall 2004 through Fall % 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% FT to 2nd Yr FT to 2nd Sem FT Beginner Cohort , % 70% Part-Time Beginner Retention Rates to Second Semester & Year Fall 2004 through Fall 2012 PT to 2nd Yr PT to 2nd Sem 60% 50% 40% 30% PT Beginner Cohort

22 Percentage of Undergraduates 1 Receiving Aid by Type South Bend through Total Undergraduates yr % Change 8,899 9,797 9,914 9,532 9,423 6% Percentage Receiving Aid by Type 60% 40% 20% 0% 51% 46% 49% 49% 41% 41% 45% 45% 46% 44% 1% 2% 1% 2% 2% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% Gift Aid Student Loans Work Study Parent Loans 1 The figures prior to include students who were enrolled on one of their four campus census dates, or who completed a degree during the fiscal year Beginning in , the figures include students who were enrolled at fall, spring or summer census; enrolled for the fall, spring or summer as of a final-year snapshot; or received an IU degree between September 1, 2012 and August 30, 2013.

23 Percentage of Graduate Students 1 Receiving Aid by Type South Bend through Total Graduate Students yr % Change 1,492 1,397 1, % Percentage Receiving Aid by Type 60% 40% 20% 0% 34% 35% 39% 26% 28% 15% 17% 18% 12% 13% Student Loans Gift Aid 1 The figures prior to include students who were enrolled on one of their four campus census dates, or who completed a degree during the fiscal year Beginning in , the figures include students who were enrolled at fall, spring or summer census; enrolled for the fall, spring or summer as of a final-year snapshot; or received an IU degree between September 1, 2012 and August 30, 2013.

24 Percentage of Degree Recipients 2 with Loans by Level South Bend through These figures include only graduates who entered IU as first-year students for each program of study, and student loans from federal, IU, and private sources borrowed during that program of study. For comparison figures for bachelor degree recipients from other institutions, visit the Project on Student Debt website: //projectonstudentdebt.org/. % of Degree Recipients 2 with Aggregate Student Loans Associate 40% 37% 46% 45% 23% Baccalaureate 71% 74% 71% 75% 76% Master's 44% 45% 40% 55% 50% Number of Degree Recipients Who Borrowed Associate ** Baccalaureate Master's Only includes degree recipients who borrowed while at IU during their program of study. 2 Represents students who received a degree in the fiscal year, July 1 through June 30. **Cell contains 10 or fewer students

25 Undergraduate Gift Aid by Source South Bend through Gift aid does not need to be earned (like work study) or repaid (like loans). Gift aid examples include scholarships, grants to help students with financial need, and fee remissions for IU employees. The figures prior to include aid for students who were enrolled on one of their four campus census dates, or who completed a degree during the fiscal year Beginning in , the figures include aid for students who were enrolled at fall, spring or summer census; enrolled for the fall, spring or summer as of a final-year snapshot; or received an IU degree between September 1, 2012 and August 30, Undergraduate Gift Aid by Source yr % Change Federal 4 $ 8,225,938 $ 12,802,714 $ 15,073,125 $ 13,716,089 $ 12,988,551 58% State 1 4,887,159 5,533,128 5,958,801 6,569,295 6,428,778 32% IU 2 2,004,646 2,209,760 2,474,555 2,405,036 2,418,218 21% Private 3 1,208,708 1,938,698 1,685,743 1,503,804 1,389,192 15% Total $ 16,326,450 $ 22,484,301 $ 25,192,225 $ 24,194,223 $ 23,224,739 42% 100% 80% 60% 40% 20% 0% Undergraduate Gift Aid by Source as % of Total Gift Aid 57% 60% 57% 56% 50% 30% 25% 24% 27% 28% 12% 7% 10% 9% 10% 7% 10% 6% 10% 6% Federal State IU Private 1 Funds from the State of Indiana. 2 Includes funds held at the IU Foundation. 3 Funds from private organizations and other states and governments. Excludes funds held at the IU Foundation. 4 The federal guidelines providing increased annual "year-round " Pell Grant funds to students ended at the end of

26 Graduate Student Gift Aid by Source South Bend through Gift aid does not need to be earned (like work study) or repaid (like loans). Gift aid examples include scholarships, grants to help students with financial need, and fee remissions for IU employees. The figures prior to include aid for students who were enrolled on one of their four campus census dates, or who completed a degree during the fiscal year Beginning in , the figures include aid for students who were enrolled at fall, spring or summer census; enrolled for the fall, spring or summer as of a final-year snapshot; or received an IU degree between September 1, 2012 and August 30, Graduate Student Gift Aid by Source yr % Change Federal 4 $ 50,209 $ 47,977 $ 76,793 $ 42,411 $ 35,283-30% State 1 86,267 76,027 46,688 65,988 64,889-25% IU 2 199, , , , ,906 16% Private 3 79, , , , ,911 94% Total $ 415,074 $ 465,836 $ 548,222 $ 586,991 $ 484,989 17% Graduate Student Gift Aid by Source as % of Total Gift Aid Federal 12% 10% 14% 7% 7% State 21% 16% 9% 11% 13% IU 48% 47% 47% 43% 48% Private 19% 26% 30% 39% 32% 1 Funds from the State of Indiana. 2 Includes funds held at the IU Foundation. 3 Funds from private organizations and other states and governments. Excludes funds held at the IU Foundation. 5 Due to the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (HEOA), most federal veterans education benefits are no longer entered on students' records, effective fall As a result, beginning in the federal gift aid total excludes some veterans benefits that were reported in previous years, while including new Post-9-11 benefit programs. In addition, significant federal gift aid for graduate students is funded from short-term sponsored research funds from federal agencies. Those resources vary considerably from one year to the next.

27 Gift Aid 1 By Source and Award Category South Bend Federal Amount 1-yr % Change 5-yr % Change Undupl Recipients 1-yr % Change 5-yr % Change Pell Grants 7 $12,139,278-6% 70% 3,279-7% 33% SEOG Grants $165,673-1% -8% % 125% Veterans Benefits 6 $683,393 12% n/a % n/a Undergraduate Scholarships $19,700-20% 15% 21-19% 24% Other Gift Aid 4 $15,791-28% -52% ** <.5% -18% State of Indiana 21st Century Scholar Awards $1,164,655 14% 108% 411 9% 40% O'Bannon Higher Education Awards $4,570,197-2% 35% 1,893-4% 44% Vocational Rehabilitation $216,419-48% -60% 65-49% -60% Other Undergraduate Scholarships 2 $51,723 33% 95% 29 26% 53% Other Gift Aid 3 $490,673 <.5% 11% 130-7% -5% IU Faculty/Staff Tuition Benefit $136,699-5% 12% 89-6% -8% Undergraduate Athletic Scholarships $267,550 8% 92% 214-4% 830% Other Undergraduate Scholarships $1,861,207-4% 7% % 25% Undergraduate Need-based Grants 5 $84, % 80% % 33% Grad/Prof Fellowships $42,630-11% -13% 30-3% 30% Other Gift Aid 4 $256,597 6% 126% % 199% Private $1,543,103-11% 20% % -6%

28 1 These figures include IU students who were enrolled at fall, spring or summer census; enrolled for the fall, spring or summer as of a final-year snapshot; or received an IU degree between September 1, 2012 and August 30, "Other" state undergraduate scholarships include Mitch Daniels Scholarships, Nursing Scholarships, scholarships for minority and special education teachers, and scholarships for occupational and physical therapy students. 3 "Other" state gift aid includes CVO awards for children of veterans and public safety officers, and funding for active Indiana National Guard members. 4 "Other" federal and IU gift aid includes primarily fee remissions. However, fee remits that are associated with a particular scholarship program are included under scholarships above. 5 Undergraduate need-based grants generally meet a portion of a student's unmet financial need and may be reduced if a student receives other aid. These are generally funded from IU general funds or other funding sources like royalties. An example is the Bloomington Groups Program Grant. In contrast, undergraduate scholarships generally have a fixed award amount and may be funded from endowed funds, as well as other IU sources. 6 Due to the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (HEOA), most federal veterans education benefits are no longer entered on students' records, effective fall As a result, figures for and subsequent years are not comparable with data reported for previous years. 7 The federal guidelines providing increased annual "year-round " Pell Grant funds to students ended at the end of **Cell contains 10 or fewer students

29 Undergraduate Work Study by Source South Bend through Federal Work Study (FWS) is funded using both federal funds and employer funding. The employer may be an IU office, using federal, IU, state, or private funding, or a non-iu employer providing academically relevent work in the public interest. The figures prior to include students who were enrolled on one of their four campus census dates, or who completed a degree during the fiscal year Beginning in , the figures include students who were enrolled at fall, spring or summer census; enrolled for the fall, spring or summer as of a final-year snapshot; or received an IU degree between September 1, 2012 and August 30, Work Study by Source yr % Change Federal $ 140,379 $ 175,497 $ 194,195 $ 224,759 $ 264,592 88% IU 27,965 43,588 46,808 53,566 66, % Other 4,387 7,771 9,216 15,015 15, % Total $ 172,731 $ 226,855 $ 250,220 $ 293,340 $ 347, % Work Study by Source as % of Total Work Study Federal 81% 77% 78% 77% 76% IU 16% 19% 19% 18% 19% Other 3% 3% 4% 5% 5%

30 Typical Full-time Undergraduate Costs per Year without Financial Aid South Bend -- In-State Students through These estimated costs are typical for first-year undergraduates with 30 credit hours of enrollment for the academic year. Figures for comparable US institutions can be found on the federal College Navigator website (http://nces.ed.gov/collegenavigator/), as well as on the College Portrait website (www.collegeportraits.org). Note that students actual costs may vary from the typical figures below Yr % Change Nominal Dollars Tuition (Credit Hour Fees) $5,573 $5,843 $5,989 $6,138 $6,227 12% Required Fees $442 $447 $518 $590 $589 33% Books & Supplies $1,200 $1,290 $1,386 $1,496 $1,300 8% Room & Board On Campus $6,796 $6,796 $7,786 $8,192 $8,478 25% Off Campus (not with family) $6,796 $6,796 $7,786 $8,192 $8,478 25% Off Campus (with family) $2,266 $2,266 $2,330 $2,464 $1,862-18% Total Typical Cost of Attendance 1 On Campus $18,885 $19,456 $20,813 $21,568 $19,079 1% Off Campus (not with family) $18,885 $19,456 $20,813 $21,568 $20,873 11% Off Campus (with family) $14,355 $14,926 $15,357 $15,840 $14,257-1% Constant Dollars 2 Value of Dollar $1.09 $1.07 $1.04 $1.02 $1.00-8% Total Typical Cost of Attendance 1 On Campus $20,566 $20,837 $21,625 $21,935 $19,079-7% Off Campus (not with family) $20,566 $20,837 $21,625 $21,935 $20,873 1% Off Campus (with family) $15,633 $15,986 $15,956 $16,109 $14,257-9% 1 Includes expenses that vary by students' housing arrangements, including local transportation and reasonable personal expenses, which are not itemized above. 2 Constant dollars for all but the most recent year are based on the average of the calendar year Consumer Price Indices (Urban CPI - all market basket items). The index used for is computed from the average of the June and July 2013 indices: ftp://ftp.bls.gov/pub/special.requests/cpi/cpiai.txt

31 Faculty and Staff Headcount South Bend - Fall 2013 The table below provides the number of faculty and staff by category while focusing on the same population counted in the IPEDS HR report minus student academic appointees, resident appointees and employees on leave without pay. FT PT Total FTE Academic Staff Tenure/Tenure Track Faculty Non Tenure Track Faculty Academic Professionals Executive/Admin with faculty status without faculty status Support Staff Professional Administrative (secretarial/clerical) Functional (paraprofessional/technical) Infrastructure (skilled crafts, service/maintenance) Total Faculty and Staff Total Instructional Faculty and Administrators Source: UBO/UIRR 1 Faculty Administrators on tenure/tenure track are included in the Executive/Admin group with faculty status. 2 Includes Librarians, Researchers, Visiting Scientists and Academic Specialist. Includes tenured/tenure-track Librarians. 3 Instructional Faculty and Administrators are defined as Academic Staff who are Tenure/Tenure Track Faculty, Non Tenure Track Faculty and Executive/Admin with faculty status.

32 Full-time Faculty and Staff Headcount by Sex South Bend - Fall 2013 Male Female Total Academic Staff Tenure/Tenure Track Faculty Non Tenure Track Faculty Academic Professionals Executive/Admin with faculty status without faculty status Support Staff Professional Administrative (secretarial/clerical) Functional (paraprofessional/technical) Infrastructure (skilled crafts, service/maintenance) Total Faculty and Staff Total Instructional Faculty and Administrators Source: UBO/UIRR 1 Faculty Administrators on tenure/tenure track are included in the Executive/Admin group with faculty status. 2 Includes Librarians, Researchers, Visiting Scientists and Academic Specialist. Includes tenured/tenure-track Librarians. 3 Instructional Faculty and Administrators are defined as Academic Staff who are Tenure/Tenure Track Faculty; Non Tenure Track Faculty and Executive/Admin with faculty status.

33 Full-time Faculty and Staff Headcount by Race and Ethnicity South Bend - Fall 2013 African American Asian Hispanic/ Two or More % American Indian American Latino Races Minority White Total Academic Staff Tenure/Tenure Track Faculty % Non Tenure Track Faculty % Academic Professionals % 9 12 Executive/Admin with faculty status % without faculty status % Support Staff Professional % Administrative % Functional % 4 5 Infrastructure % Total Faculty and Staff % Total Instructional Faculty and Administrators % Source: UBO/UIRR 1 Faculty Administrators on tenure/tenure track are included in the Executive/Admin group with faculty status. 2 Includes Librarians, Researchers, Visiting Scientists and Academic Specialist. Includes tenured/tenure-track Librarians. 3 Includes secretarial/clerical 4 Includes paraprofessional/technical 5 Includes skilled crafts, service/maintenance 6 Instructional Faculty and Administrators are defined as Academic Staff who are Tenure/Tenure Track Faculty, Non Tenure Track Faculty and Executive/Admin with faculty status.

34 Highest Earned Degrees of FT Faculty and Administration with Professorial Rank South Bend - Fall 2013 Doctoral/ No Degree/ % Professional 1 Masters Baccalaureate Other 2 Doct/Prof Professor % Associate Professor % Assistant Professor % Total % Source: UBO/UIRR 1 A doctoral / professional degree is considered a terminal degree. 2 Includes specialist degrees and a number of faculty in the School of Music who hold certificates and diplomas. Visiting Faculty are included.

35 Average Age and Age Distribution South Bend - Fall 2013 Full-time Faculty with Professorial Rank Avg Age Professor 58 Associate Professor 50 Assistant Professor 42 All Full-Time Faculty 48 Age Distribution of FT Faculty 100% 80% 60% 40% 20% 0% Under Prof Assoc Assist

36 Average Faculty Compensation South Bend through Faculty status in this view includes all individuals employed on a full-time basis for the primary purpose of instruction or research. Departmental Chairs are included; all other administrators are excluded. 1 Yr 5 Yr % Chg % Chg Professor $103,500 $102,200 $100,900 $101,600 $103, % -0.1% Associate Professor $78,300 $78,900 $77,800 $81,300 $81, % 3.6% Assistant Professor $72,200 $73,100 $73,200 $78,400 $74, % 3.7% Notes: Compensation for fiscal-year faculty is converted to an academic-year base. Source: "The Annual Report on the Economic Status of the Profession, ," "Bulletin of the American Association of University Professors" (March-April 2013).

37 Official Budget by Fund Group South Bend through % Change Yr General Educational Fund $ 65,861,661 $ 66,537,218 1% Designated and Other Restricted 1 15,246,953 14,389,479-6% Contracts and Grants 650, ,000 0% Auxiliary Enterprises 4,848,836 4,232,992-13% Total Expenditures $ 86,607,450 $ 85,809,689-1% 1 Beginning in Fiscal year 2010, large recurring Designated and Restricted Scholarships and Fellowships were budgeted. 100% 80% 60% 78% Official Budget Distribution by Fund Group 40% 20% 0% General Educational Fund 17% Designated and Other Restricted 1% Contracts and Grants 5% Auxiliary Enterprises

38 General Educational Fund Budget Allocation of Resources by Category South Bend through % Change Yr 5 Yr Academic Salaries $ 21,306,908 $ 21,622,779 1% 12% Staff Salaries $ 10,152,192 $ 8,903,929-12% -8% Hourly Wages $ 1,490,842 $ 1,108,340-26% -16% Group Benefits $ 12,576,418 $ 12,462,338-1% 15% General Expense $ 19,807,601 $ 22,201,252 12% 4% Library and Equipment $ 1,295,791 $ 752,201-42% -32% Expenditures $ 66,629,752 $ 67,050,839 1% 5% Transfers In $ (786,897) $ (513,621) -35% 639% Expenditures Net of Transfers In $ 65,842,855 $ 66,537,218 1% 5% 100% Percent of Allocation of Resources - General Fund Budget % 60% 40% 20% 0% 32% Academic Salaries 13% Staff Salaries 2% Hourly Wages 19% Group Benefits 33% General Expense 1% Library and Equipment

39 Budgeted General Educational Funds Available by Category South Bend through % Change Yr 5 Yr State Appropriation $ 25,849,506 $ 26,436,742 2% -9% Student Fees $ 39,092,788 $ 37,285,099-5% 10% Other Income $ 900,561 $ 2,815, % 258% Total $ 65,842,855 $ 66,537,218 1% 5% Budgeted General Educational Funds as a Percent of Total by Category 1% 0% 1% 1% 100% 4% 80% 60% 53% 58% 61% 59% 56% 40% 20% 45% 42% 38% 39% 40% 0% State Appropriation Student Fees Other Income

40 State Appropriation Per Full-Time Equivalent Resident Student South Bend through % Change Yr 5 Yr Total Appropriation (in millions) $ 26.0 $ % -8% FTE Enrollment Resident only 5,057 4,865-4% -4% Appropriation per FTE Student Resident only $ 5,141 $ 5,447 6% -4% Value of Dollar $ 1.02 $ % -8% Appropriation per FTE Student in 2012 Value Dollars Resident only $ 5,228 $ 5,447 4% -12% Notes: The value of the previous years' dollars is based on the calendar year Consumer Price indices. The Consumer Price Index for 2013 is 233.6, the average of the June and July 2013 indices. Source: University Budget Office

41 Student Tuition and Fees South Bend through % Change Yr 5 Yr TUITION AND REQUIRED FEES Undergraduate Resident $ 6, $ 6, % 13% Undergraduate Non-Resident $ 17, $ 17, % 13% Graduate Resident $ 6, $ 6, % 17% Graduate Non-Resident $ 14, $ 15, % 12% TUITION PER CREDIT HOUR Undergraduate Resident $ $ % 12% Undergraduate Non-Resident $ $ % 13% Graduate Resident $ $ % 16% Graduate Non-Resident $ $ % 11% Notes: Tuition and Fee rates are based on a academic year assuming 30 credit hours for undergraduate and 24 for graduate students. Tuition may vary by school and program. $20,000 $18,000 $16,000 $14,000 $12,000 $10,000 $8,000 $6,000 $4,000 $2,000 $- Tuition and Required Fees UG Res UG NR Grad Res Grad NR

42 Athletics South Bend - Fall 2013 Titans - CCAC & NAIA Men's Basketball Women's Basketball Women's Volleyball Head Coach Scott Cooper Steve Bruce Jamie Ashmore-Pott Source: South Bend Athletics

43 Living Alumni South Bend - Fall 2013 Living IU Graduates with addresses in Indiana Living IU Graduates by Sex Indiana Resident as a Student 79% Female 19,308 63% Indiana Non-Resident as a Student 1% Male 11,191 37% Student Residency shown as Blank 19% Source: Indiana University Alumni Association

44 Alumni by Indiana County South Bend - Fall 2013 County Graduates County Graduates County Graduates County Graduates Adams 9 Fulton 152 Marion 443 Spencer 1 Allen 210 Gibson 3 Marshall 1,119 St. Joseph 11,819 Bartholomew 26 Grant 12 Martin 1 Starke 142 Benton 4 Greene 3 Miami 24 Steuben 33 Blackford 2 Hamilton 331 Monroe 60 Sullivan 3 Boone 39 Hancock 31 Montgomery 8 Switzerland Brown 11 Harrison 3 Morgan 12 Tippecanoe 71 Carroll 11 Hendricks 81 Newton 5 Tipton 5 Cass 32 Henry 6 Noble 39 Union 1 Clark 7 Howard 38 Ohio Vanderburgh 17 Clay 7 Huntington 15 Orange 1 Vermillion 1 Clinton 3 Jackson 5 Owen Vigo 19 Crawford 1 Jasper 16 Parke Wabash 17 Daviess 2 Jay 5 Perry Warren 2 De Kalb 16 Jefferson 5 Pike Warrick 13 Dearborn 5 Jennings 4 Porter 225 Washington Decatur 4 Johnson 58 Posey 2 Wayne 10 Delaware 23 Knox 3 Pulaski 46 Wells 10 Dubois 5 Kosciusko 333 Putnam 5 White 13 Elkhart 4,102 La Grange 102 Randolph 5 Whitley 22 Fayette 3 La Porte 860 Ripley 4 Floyd 7 Lake 200 Rush 4 Fountain 2 Lawrence 7 Scott 1 Franklin 6 Madison 40 Shelby 8 Total 21,061 Notes: Living addressable graduates of Indiana University. Source: Indiana University Alumni Association

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46 Alumni by State South Bend - Fall 2013 State Graduates State Graduates State Graduates Alabama 71 Louisiana 29 Oklahoma 50 Alaska 13 Maine 13 Oregon 76 Arizona 369 Maryland 73 Pennsylvania 173 Arkansas 44 Massachusetts 62 Rhode Island 16 California 467 Michigan 2,015 South Carolina 145 Colorado 216 Minnesota 104 South Dakota 16 Connecticut 41 Mississippi 21 Tennessee 194 Delaware 9 Missouri 102 Texas 504 District of Columbia 13 Montana 21 Utah 34 Florida 765 Nebraska 24 Vermont 12 Georgia 259 Nevada 79 Virginia 162 Hawaii 21 New Hampshire 23 Washington 126 Idaho 17 New Jersey 80 West Virginia 17 Illinois 686 New Mexico 48 Wisconsin 189 Indiana 21,061 New York 125 Wyoming 7 Iowa 59 North Carolina 275 U.S. Territories 6 Kansas 52 North Dakota 6 APOs and FPOs (U.S. military) 11 Kentucky 125 Ohio 425 Total U.S. Graduates 29,551 Notes: Living addressable graduates of Indiana University. Source: Indiana University Alumni Association

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48 Alumni by Geographic Region South Bend - Fall 2013 Country Graduates Country Graduates Country Graduates Central Asia - North America (non-u.s.) 17 Sub-Saharan Africa 17 East Asia 71 Oceania 2 Western Europe 10 Latin America 16 Russia/Eastern Europe 4 Total Non-U.S. Graduates 237 Middle East 9 South Asia 16 North Africa - Southeast Asia 75 Total Addressable Graduates 29,788 Notes: Living addressable graduates of Indiana University Total Unknown Address 711 Source: Indiana University Alumni Association Total Living Graduates 30,499

49 Private Contributions South Bend - FY ,000 4,500 4,000 3,500 3,000 2,500 2,000 1,500 1, IU Foundation Donors with Donations (in Thousands) $3,000 $2,500 $2,000 $1,500 $1,000 $500 $0 Private Giving Through IU Foundation IU Foundation Donors Source: IU Foundation

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