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2 UWG Fast Facts Fall 2013 enrollment was 11, % of undergraduate students and 35% of graduate students are enrolled full-time. 14% are Carroll County residents. 94% are Georgia residents. 3% are out-of-state. 3% are from foreign countries. 64% are female. 56% are Caucasian students. 31% of undergraduates live in university housing. 84% of alumni reside in Georgia. (excluding unknown, deceased, and in foreign countries). UWG has 549 instructional faculty of which 73% are full-time. In FY2013, UWG s economic impact was $456,000,000. 1

3 Composition Composition of UWG Student of UWG Body Student - Fall Body 2012 and 2013 Fall Fall Classification Joint Enrolled Freshman 3,467 3,477 Sophomore 2,162 2,279 Junior 1,915 1,882 Senior 2,243 2,137 Graduate 1,806 1,970 Other Total Enrollment 11,769 11,929 New Students Beginning Freshman 1,952 2,121 Transfers Graduate Students Joint Enrolled/ Others Total 3,266 3,416 Gender Female 7,376 7,675 Male 4,393 4,254 Fall Fall Attendance Status Full-time Undergraduate 8,178 8,369 Full-time Graduate Total 8,814 9,067 Part-time Undergraduate 1,785 1,590 Part-time Graduate 1,170 1,272 Total 2,955 2,862 Diversity Hispanic American Indian/ Alaskan Native Asian African/Black 3,692 4,002 Native Hawaiian/ Pacific Islander Caucasian/White 6,755 6,719 Two or More Races Not Reported Non-Hispanic Students Receiving Veterans Benefits Veterans 141 Others receiving benefits 165 Total Notes: Other category includes transients students. New Transfers category includes freshman, sophomore, juniors, and seniors. Beginning fall 2013, students receiving veterans benefits are separated to reflect both the veteran and their families. Source: Offices of the Registrar and Institutional Effectiveness and Assessment 2

4 Admissions Data New Freshman Students Fall 2012 Fall 2013 Applicants 6,435 7,266 Accepted 3,589 3,913 Enrolled 2,070 2,206 Scores (First-time Full-time Entering Freshmen) Mean SAT Critical Reading Mean SAT Math Mean SAT Writing Mean High School Grade Point Average New Transfer Students Applicants 1,809 1,566 Accepted 1, Enrolled All Undergraduates Applications Submitted 8,244 8,832 Applicants Accepted 4,732 4,833 Applicants Enrolled 3,213 2,804 Undergraduate Students Enrolled 9,963 9,959 New Undergraduate Students Enrolled 2,779 2,927 Graduate Students Enrolled 1,806 1,970 New Graduate Students Enrolled All Students Students Enrolled 11,769 11,929 New Students Enrolled 3,266 3,416 Note: Fall 2012, the Office of Admissions began including all ACT or SAT scores submitted by first-time, full-time freshmen to calculate the mean scores. Prior to fall 2012 the mean scores were calculated by only the ACT or SAT score used to admit the student. Source: Offices of Admissions, Institutional Effectiveness and Assessment, and Registrar 3

5 Geographic Origin of Enrolled Students by Classification Fall 2013 Undergraduate Coweta Douglas Cobb Fulton Dekalb Alabama Florida California New York Tennessee China Nigeria Jamaica Canada Kenya Top Five Counties excluding Carroll County Top Five States excluding Georgia Top Five Countries excluding the United States Graduate Cobb Fulton Coweta Douglas Dekalb Alabama Florida North Carolina Tennessee South Carolina India Nigeria Canada Trinidad and Tobago Russia 4

6 Geographic Origin of Enrolled Students by Georgia County Fall 2013 Service Area Service Area (cont.) Counties Undergraduate Graduate Total Counties Undergraduate Graduate Total Bartow Paulding Butts Pickens Carroll 1, ,649 Pike Catoosa Polk Chattooga Rockdale Cherokee Spalding Coweta ,142 Talbot 5-5 Dade Troup Dawson Upson Douglas Walker Fannin Whitfield Fayette Total 6,094 1,037 7,131 Floyd Forsyth Five County Metro Area Gilmer Counties Undergraduate Graduate Total Gordon Clayton Haralson Cobb Harris Dekalb Heard Fulton Henry Gwinnett Lamar Total 2, ,167 Meriwether Monroe Undergraduate Graduate Total Murray Other Georgia Muscogee Counties Newton Source: Institutional Effectiveness and Assessment 5

7 Geographic Origin of Enrolled Students by State Fall 2013 State Undergraduate Graduate Total Alabama Arizona 5-5 Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Florida Georgia 9,431 1,723 11,154 Hawaii 1-1 Idaho 1-1 Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas 1-1 Kentucky Louisiana Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Nebraska 1-1 Nevada 1-1 State Undergraduate Graduate Total New Hampshire New Jersey 5-5 New York North Carolina Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Puerto Rico* 1-1 Rhode Island 2-2 South Carolina South Dakota 1-1 Tennessee Texas Utah Virgin Islands* 1-1 Virginia Washington Wisconsin Total 9,664 1,897 11,561 Undergraduate Graduate Total Out of the Country Overseas Military 2-2 * US Territory 6

8 7 Geographic Origin of Enrolled Students by Country Fall 2013 Country Undergraduate Graduate Total Antigua and Barbuda 2-2 Argentina Australia 5-5 Azerbaijan 1-1 Bahamas Bangladesh 1-1 Bermuda Brazil Burundi 1-1 Cameroon Canada Cayman Islands 1-1 Central African Republic 1-1 Chile China Columbia Comoros Cote D lvoire Cuba 1-1 Dominican Republic 1-1 East Timor Ecuador 1-1 Egypt El Salvador 1-1 Eritrea Ethiopia Finland 2-2 France 8-8 Gabon Gambia 1-1 Germany Ghana Guatemala 2-2 Guinea Haiti 6-6 India Iran Jamaica

9 Geographic Origin of Enrolled Students by Country Fall 2013 Country Undergraduate Graduate Total Jersey 1-1 Kenya Korea, Republic of 8-8 Lebanon 1-1 Liberia 3-3 Mexico Nepal New Zealand Nicaragua Niger Nigeria Norway Pakistan Peru 1-1 Poland 3-3 Romania Russia Sierra Leone 1-1 South Africa Spain Sri Lanka 2-2 Sweden 1-1 Syria 1-1 Taiwan 1-1 Tanzania 1-1 Thailand Trinidad and Tobago Turkey Uganda United Kingdom 9-9 United States of America 9,666 1,897 11,563 Uruguay Venezuela 4 4 Yemen Zambia 2-2 Zimbabwe Total 9,959 1,970 11,929 Source: Institutional Effectiveness and Assessment 8

10 Total Student Credit Hours by Level Undergraduate Graduate Total Summer ,414 7,516 31,930 Fall ,649 13, ,850 Spring ,078 12, ,864 FY Total 274,141 33, ,644 Total Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) Summer , ,801 Fall ,376 1,469 10,846 Spring ,670 1,363 10,033 FY Total 20,006 3,674 23,680 FTE definition: set by the Board of Regents (Total full-time undergraduate students taking 12 or more hours + total full-time graduate students taking 9 or more hours) + (Total part-time undergraduate credit hours/12 + total part-time graduate credit hours/9). Total rounded to the nearest whole number. Total Student Credit Hours by College and Level College or Campus Undergraduate Graduate Total Arts and Humanities 70,094 1,361 71,455 Business 39,075 3,273 42,348 Education 27,550 21,650 49,200 Nursing 8,505 1,806 10,311 Science and Mathematics 69,424 1,773 71,197 Social Sciences 57,046 3,115 60,161 Newnan 6, ,324 UWG 1101, XIDS, and other interdisciplinary credit hours are attributed to individual colleges based on course instructor. Source: Institutional Effectiveness and Assessment 9

11 Extended Learning Extended Learning is responsible for the administration of UWG Online/Distance and Distributed education Evening/Weekend University, ecore, Continuing Education, and various off-campus instructional sites. Headcount and Credit Hours Enrolled in Online Courses by Delivery Method Fall 2012 Fall 2013 Method Head Count Credit Hours Head Count Credit Hours G - ecore 674 3, ,800 D % Distance 1,605 5,734 1,652 6,490 N - 95% or more Distance 3,895 17,669 4,133 19,693 Y - GeorgiaOnMyLine (GML)... Total - All. Methods 5,384 26,456 5,615 28,983 Note: Headcount is unduplicated and is as of census date. Electronic core courses (ecore) enables the University System of Georgia students to complete the first two years of college courses entirely online, except to occasional proctored exams. Source: Institutional Effectiveness and Assessment 10

12 Off Campus Site Profile The Board of Regents, in August 1988, approved and established a West Georgia satellite campus in Newnan, Georgia offering degree and non-degree programs. In August 2002, as a cooperative effort between Georgia Highlands College and the University of West Georgia, the Board of Regents approved the External Degree Program which services students in the Floyd County area who wish to continue formal education beyond the associate degree. Unduplicated Headcount and Credit Hours Enrolled by Off Campus Sites No. of Credit Hours Off Campus Sites Courses Students Undergraduate Graduate Total Summer 2013 Newnan, Georgia , ,279 Middle Georgia Atlanta Area Fall 2013 Newnan, Georgia , ,415 Middle Georgia North Georgia Atlanta Area Note: Distance courses (N) taught 95 percent or more online are not included. Source: Off-Campus Course Report 11

13 Student Financial Aid Fiscal Year The Office of Financial Aid coordinates financial assistance for nearly seventy-three percent of West Georgia s students. Its staff determines eligibility for aid awarded and records aid received from other sources, such as the West Georgia Foundation, corporations, and individuals. The Office coordinates and reports awards to the University System Board of Regents and the University. Undergraduate Graduate No. of No. of Awards Amount Awards Amount Loans Perkins 68 $114,025 4 $10,279 Ford Direct Stafford 7,188 $49,270,261 1,363 $17,185,321 PLUS 809 $6,658, $105,002 UWG Emergency 335 $187, $47,550 Private 266 $1,840, $139,479 Total 8,666 $58,070,553 1,478 $17,487,631 Scholarships Institutional 676 $1,860, $92,695 Private 539 $778, $34,503 State 16 $40, Total 1,231 $2,679, $127,198 Grants Hope 3,481 $11,516, Pell 5,249 $20,811, SEOG 272 $191, Total 9,002 $32,519, Federal Programs College Work Study 210 $291,797 3 $2,982 Americorps 3 $7,820 1 $2,212 Total 213 $299,617 4 $5,194 Grand Total 19,112 93,568,885 1,582 17,620,023 Note: Fiscal year (summer 2012, fall 2012, and spring 2013). Awards may represent duplicated headcount, some students received more than one type of financial aid. Source: Financial Aid 12

14 Accreditations and Affiliations The University of West Georgia is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award baccalaureate, master, and doctorate degrees. For questions about accreditation of the University of West Georgia contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia or call Accreditations also include the following: The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (International) Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology of the American Speech-Language Hearing Association Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET National Association of Schools of Arts and Design National Association of Schools of Music National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration National Association of Schools of Theatre National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education Organizations in which the University holds institutional membership include the American Council on Education, the American Association of State Colleges and Universities, the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, the Georgia Association of Colleges, and the National Association for Business Teacher Education, and the National Collegiate Honors Council. Source: Institutional Effectiveness and Assessment 13

15 Degrees and Majors Offered Fall 2013 Bachelor of Arts Art English Foreign Languages and Literatures Geography Global Studies History International Economic Affairs Mathematics Philosophy Political Science Psychology Theatre Bachelor of Business Administration Accounting Economics Finance Management Management Information Systems Marketing Real Estate Bachelor of Fine Arts Art Bachelor of Music Composition Music Education Performance Bachelor of Science Anthropology Biology Computer Science Criminology Earth Science/Secondary Education Economics Economics/Secondary Education Environmental Science Environmental Studies Geography Geology Mass Communications Mathematics Physcis Physics/Secondary Education Political Science Sociology Sport Management Bachelor of Science in Chemistry Bachelor of Science in Education Business Education Early Childhood Education Physical Education Secondary Education Speech-Language Pathology Special Education Bachelor of Science in Nursing Bachelor of Science in Nursing, RN to BSN 14

16 Degrees and Majors Offered Fall 2013 Master of Arts Criminology English History Psychology Sociology Master of Arts in Teaching Master of Business Administration Master of Education Business Education Early Childhood Education Educational Leadership Media Professional Counseling Reading Education Secondary Education Special Education Speech-Language Pathology Master of Music Music Education Performance Master of Professional Accounting Master of Public Administration Master of Science Applied Computer Science Biology Mathematics Master of Science in Nursing Master of Urban and Regional Planning Specialist in Education Business Education Early Childhood Education Educational Leadership Media Professional Counseling Special Education Doctor of Education Professional Counseling and Supervision School Improvement Nursing Education (online) Doctor of Philosophy Psychology: Consciousness and Society Post-Baccalaureate Certificate European Union Studies Museum Studies Public Management Public History Geographic Information Systems Intergrative Health Studies Post-Master s Certificate Health Systems Leadership Nursing Education Source: USG Degrees and Majors Authorized Report (as of September 19, 2013) 15

17 Top Five Declared Majors by Classification Fall 2013 Biology Mass Communications Criminology Early Childhood Education Computer Science Undergraduate 944 majors 459 majors 443 majors 320 majors 283 majors Media Professional Counseling Special Education - General Teacher Education School Improvement Graduate 304 majors 204 majors 158 majors 112 majors 95 majors Note: Majors are based on the self-declared, primary major and excludes pre-majors, undeclared/undecided, and non-degree students. Source: Institutional Effectiveness and Assessment 16

18 Degrees Awarded by College and Level Fiscal Year College or School Bachelor s Master s Specialist Doctorate Certificates Total Percent Arts and Humanities % Business % Education % Nursing % Science and Mathematics % Social Sciences % No College Assigned % Total 1, , % Note: Degrees awarded are reported by major program, department, and college based on the student s self-declared, primary major. Double Majors - Students completing one degree within a single term such as Bachelor of Arts (BA) with two or more majors are awarded only one degree. Both majors are noted on the student s transcript and diploma. Double major policy can be found in the UWG Undergraduate Catalog. Dual Degree - Requires completion of two separate degree designations, such as a Bachelor of Arts (BA) and a Bachelor of Science (BS) or any combination. In this case the University awards two separate degrees. Source: Institutional Effectiveness and Assessment 17

19 Retention and Graduation Rates of First-Time Full-Time Freshman The improvement of UWG s first-year retention rates, progression rates toward graduation, and graduation rates for undergraduate students is an institutional strategic priority that is underscored by the University System of Georgia s Board of Regents. Retention and graduation rates represent the percentage of a full-time, first-time-in-college undergraduate cohort (entering in fall term or summer continuing to fall) that is still enrolled or has graduated from the same institution in the following fall term. UWG Retention Rates (Each Fall Cohort*) Semester First Year Second Year Third Year Fourth Year Fall , % 53.24% 46.93% Fall , % 51.68% 44.15% Fall , % 55.72% 48.94% Fall , % 53.94% 47.53% Fall , % 57.00% 51.98% Fall , % 56.10% 50.52% Fall , % 57.62% 48.40% Fall , % 56.82% 48.00% Fall , % 55.41% Fall , % UWG Graduation Rates (Each Fall Cohort*) Semester First Year Fourth Year Fifth Year Sixth Year Fall , % 29.34% 36.28% Fall , % 27.87% 34.51% Fall , % 29.76% 38.23% Fall , % 31.35% 36.35% Fall , % 35.75% 42.44% Fall , % 34.23% Fall , % Note: Graduation Rates updated as of end of summer 2013 and Retention Rates as of census date fall The data reported above may differ from data reported to federal, state, and regional agencies due to differences in reporting guidelines, reporting definitions, and the timing of when the information was prepared. *Each entering cohort includes all entering freshmen enrolled full-time whose first-term is the fall indicated or the previous summer. Source: Institutional Effectiveness and Assessment 18

20 Housing and Residence Life Housing and Residence Life provides a living/learning community environment that complements the University s educational process. More than 3,000 students are housed in seven residence halls and the Greek Village Complex. Co-ed housing options are for students who live on campus. Traditional residence halls have separate areas for men and women, typically separated by units. Residence halls provide students with the convenience of being close to campus life and its activities as well as comfortable and attractive surroundings. On campus living provides community living experience, which fosters the development of disciplined minds, social conscientiousness, and responsibility for governing hall affairs. In addition, the department offers a variety of social, educational, and recreational programs that promote individual growth and development. Student Housing Occupancy Residence Hall Type Fall 2012 Fall 2013 Arbor View Co-ed Bowdon Co-ed Center Pointe Suites Co-ed Gunn Co-ed Strozier Complex Co-ed Tyus Co-ed University Suites Co-ed Watson Women Greek Village The Oaks Co-ed By Level Academy Freshman 2,098 2,143 Sophomore Junior Senior Graduate 5 3 Other 10 0 Total 2,733 3,077 Note: Fall 2012 Bowdon Hall was renovated. Fall 2013 Watson Hall was renovated and The Oaks opened. Source: Housing and Residence Life 19

21 Research and Sponsored Projects Facilities and Administrative costs (F&A)-formerly Indirect costs (IDCs), are general operating costs incurred by the University in support of sponsored research, public service, and instruction. The Office of Research and Sponsered Projects (ORSP) distributes the IDCs recieved in accordance with Office of Management and Budget (OMB Circular A omb/circulars_a021_2004). In fiscal year 2013 the University of West Georgia was reimbursed $187,530 in Indirect Costs incurred by sponsored grants and contracts. Of these recovered costs, a total of $13,947 was returned to the Project Investigators (PI s) to further their individual research efforts. In addition, $13,697 was returned to the Colleges and $9,863 to the Departments to further research within their units. Sponsored Operations Projects Metrics Fiscal Years No. of Proposals Amount Fiscal Year Submitted Funded Requested Awarded $8,923,279 $3,731, $10,642,057 $4,053, $6,521,438 $3,176, $7,152,437 $2,422, $7,411,645 $2,494, $4,027,924 $2,097, $4,144,252 $2,396, $2,681,068 $1,909, $4,649,668 $2,056,983 Note: Amounts exclude awards for student financial aid. Source: Research and Sponsored Projects 20

22 Continuing Education and Public Services The Department of Continuing Education and Public Services identifies and provides non-credit educational opportunities to the public that will enhance the quality of life and provide training support to business and industry that will serve as a catalyst for economic growth. The CEU is defined as ten contact hours of participation in a qualified continuing education program and is recognized as the national standard for measuring an individual s participation in a non-credit program. Category I programs qualifying for CEU credit are designed to enhance occupational skills, and individual permanent transcripts are maintained. Category II courses designed primarily for personal enrichment and are social, cultural, or recreational in nature and no individual permanent transcripts are maintained. Continuing Education and Public Services Metrics Fiscal Years No. of Fiscal Year Programs Participants CEUs ,556 2, ,834 2, ,553 2, ,255 2, ,816 2, ,261 2, ,909 2, ,589 2, ,403 6,478 Note: Number include categories I and II. Source: Continuing Education and Public Services 21

23 University Advancement The Division of University Advancement (UA) works to secure the support and financial resources needed to create an environment for UWG students an environment that supports the pursuit of scholarly achievement, creative expression and service to humanity. University of West Georgia Foundation Fund Raising Calendar Year Calendar Year Dollars Raised No. of Donors 2013 $6,724,000 3, $5,636,000 3, $2,952,000 3, $2,021,000 3, $2,096,000 3, $2,424,000 3, $2,960,000 4, $2,444,000 4, $2,566,000 4, $1,626,000 4,457 Geographic Origin of UWG Alumni as of December 2013 Top Five Georgia Counties excluding Carroll County Cobb Coweta Fulton Douglas Gwinnett Top Five States excluding Georgia Florida Alabama Tennessee North Carolina South Carolina Note: Numbers are reported by calendar year (January through December) and Dollars Raised are rounded to the nearest thousand. Total raised in 2013 included gifts, pledges, gifts -in-kind secured, and planned gifts booked. Source: University of West Georgia Foundation, Inc. 22

24 UWG Alumni in the United States as of December 31, 2013 State Total State Total Alabama 1,274 Montana 22 Alaska 27 Nebraska 8 Arizona 132 Nevada 40 Arkansas 63 New Hampshire 19 California 394 New Jersey 87 Colorado 184 New Mexico 34 Connecticut 45 New York 151 Delaware 19 North Carolina 735 District of Columbia 32 North Dakota 6 Florida 1,425 Ohio 135 Georgia 45,783 Oklahoma 46 Hawaii 15 Oregon 60 Idaho 17 Pennsylvania 140 Illinois 132 Rhode Island 10 Indiana 109 South Carolina 505 Iowa 18 South Dakota 8 Kansas 41 Tennessee 878 Kentucky 147 Texas 498 Louisiana 96 Utah 34 Maine 11 Vermont 8 Maryland 141 Virginia 356 Massachusetts 72 Washington 118 Michigan 85 West Virginia 21 Minnesota 47 Wisconsin 46 Mississippi 128 Wyoming 16 Missouri 74 Total in USA 54,492 Note: 5,088 are lost, deceased, or in a foreign country. Source: Development and Alumni Relations 23

25 UWG Alumni by Georgia County as of December 31, 2013 County Total County Total County Total County Total Appling 7 Dade 56 Jefferson 9 Richmond 80 Atkinson 2 Dawson 53 Jenkins 3 Rockdale 366 Bacon 10 Decatur 19 Johnson 4 Schley 3 Baker 1 Dekalb 2,101 Jones 36 Screven 5 Baldwin 32 Dodge 11 Lamar 119 Seminole 6 Banks 25 Dooly 5 Lanier 2 Spalding 451 Barrow 162 Dougherty 57 Laurens 29 Stephens 32 Bartow 807 Douglas 2,591 Lee 36 Stewart 1 Ben Hill 10 Early 7 Liberty 18 Sumter 27 Berrien 6 Echols 0 Lincoln 5 Talbot 19 Bibb 179 Effingham 22 Long 2 Taliaferro 1 Bleckley 7 Elbert 32 Lowndes 46 Tattnall 5 Brantley 2 Emanuel 11 Lumpkin 56 Taylor 7 Brooks 10 Evans 5 Macon 7 Telfair 3 Bryan 22 Fannin 103 Madison 36 Terrell 3 Bulloch 34 Fayette 1,744 Marion 5 Thomas 33 Burke 13 Floyd 1,298 McDuffie 13 Tift 33 Butts 107 Forsyth 655 McIntosh 18 Toombs 22 Calhoun 1 Franklin 28 Meriwether 184 Towns 30 Camden 33 Fulton 2,869 Miller 8 Treutlen 5 Candler 6 Gilmer 133 Mitchell 9 Troup 691 Carroll 6,903 Glascock 1 Monroe 61 Turner 5 Catoosa 466 Glynn 130 Montgomery 5 Twiggs 3 Charlton 3 Gordon 500 Morgan 78 Union 57 Chatham 172 Grady 12 Murray 347 Upson 163 Chattahoochee 0 Greene 53 Muscogee 238 Walker 453 Chattooga 200 Gwinnett 2,263 Newton 354 Walton 306 Cherokee 1,097 Habersham 81 Oconee 115 Ware 28 Clarke 191 Hall 440 Oglethorpe 21 Warren 4 Clay 2 Hancock 6 Paulding 1,658 Washington 12 Clayton 786 Haralson 1,197 Peach 12 Wayne 13 Clinch 1 Harris 113 Pickens 160 Webster 1 Cobb 3,984 Hart 51 Pierce 13 Wheeler 1 Coffee 13 Heard 300 Pike 190 White 55 Colquitt 17 Henry 1,054 Polk 851 Whitfield 990 Columbia 93 Houston 144 Pulaski 4 Wilcox 1 Cook 6 Irwin 7 Putnam 47 Wilkes 17 Coweta 3,208 Jackson 129 Quitman 2 Wilkinson 8 Crawford 8 Jasper 50 Rabun 52 Worth 11 Crisp 10 Jeff Davis 3 Randolph 9 Total 45,783 Note: 2,759 are lost, deceased, or in a foreign country. Source: Development and Alumni Relations 24

26 University Revenue by Source Operating Revenue July 1, 2013 Budgeted Tuition and Fees $68,856,148 Less: Scholarship Allowances ($12,381,689) Grants and Contracts - Federal - State - Other - Sales and Services 4,280,682 Rents and Royalties - Auxiliary Residence Halls 16,415,918 Bookstore 5,454,676 Food Services 8,294,688 Parking/Transportation 1,491,040 Health Services 2,284,833 Intercollegiate Athletics 5,974,724 Other Organizations 953,224 Other - Total $101,624,244 25

27 University Revenue by Source (cont) Non-operating Revenue State Appropriations $44,301,877 Federal Stimulus - Stabilization Funds - Grants and Contracts* 23,091,465 Gifts - Investment Income 500,000 Other - Total $67,893,342 Capital Gifts and Grants State - Other Capital Gifts and Grants - Total - Total Revenue $169,517,586 Notes: Total Revenue includes all funding sources, internal revenue, special initiative, departmental sales and service, and sponsored operations. Grants and contracts does not include federal tuition scholarships. Information is subject to audit. Source: Budget Services 26

28 Institutional Faculty and Staff Profile Fall 2013 Teaching Faculty Full Part time time Administrators Librarians Total Percent Rank Professor % Associate Professor % Assistant Professor % Instructor % Lecturer % Highest Degree Earned Doctorate % Masters or EDS % Professional Bachelor % Tenure Status Tenured % Tenure track % Non-Tenure track % Gender Female % Male % Total Faculty % Support Staff Administrative % Clerical % Maintenance % Total Support Staff % Notes: Administrators include the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, Deputy Provost, Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs, Associate Vice President for Institutional Effectiveness and Assessment, Deans, Associate Deans, Department Chairpersons, and Academic Directors. Graduate Teaching Assistants and staff who teach courses are not included in the faculty profile. Source: Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs 27

29 Kyle Marrero Donarian Rice Michael Crafton Bill Estes Scot Lingrell James R. Sutherland University of West Georgia Fiscal Year Administrative Officers President Interim Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Provost - elect Vice President for University Advancement Vice President for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management Vice President for Business and Finance Academic Officers Kathryn Grams Dean, Tanner Health System School of Nursing Randy Hendricks Dean, College of Arts and Humanities Dianne Hoff Dean, College of Education Farooq A. Khan Dean, College of Science and Mathematics N. Jane McCandless Dean, College of Social Sciences Faye S. McIntyre Dean, Richards College of Business Melanie Clay Dean, UWG ecore and Executive Director of Extended Learning Michael Hester Dean, Honors College and Trans-disciplinary Programs Lorene Flanders Dean, Libraries 28

30 Contact Information (678) University of West Georgia Home Page Banweb Fact Book Divisions President s Office Academic Affairs Business and Finance Student Affairs and Enrollment Management University Advancement Colleges/School Arts and Humanities Business Education Nursing nursing.westga.edu Science and Mathematics Social Sciences

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