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2 Fast Facts IUPUI - Fall 2011 President: Michael A. McRobbie Financial Aid Awarded by Level Library Collections: 1,627,615 Undergraduate = $225,042,756 Academic Schools, Colleges, and Divisions (21) Executive VP & Chancellor: Charles R. Bantz Graduate 1 = $168,910,135 City Population: 839,489 Graduate School Total = $393,952,891 Herron School of Art and Design Location and Homepage Address 1 Includes Doctoral-Practice (formerly Professional) Real Estate Acreage: 509 acres Honors College 420 University Blvd. Kelley School of Business Indianapolis, IN Tuition and Fees for AY Classroom Utilization (in square feet) School of Continuing Studies (Community Learning Network) (317) Undergraduate in-state = $8,243 Classroom: 259,151 School of Dentistry Undergraduate out-of-state = $26,606 Instructional Laboratories: 253,124 School of Education Graduate in-state = $8,078 * Study Facilities: 309,582 School of Engineering and Technology (Purdue) Office of Admissions Graduate out-of-state = $22,696 * Residential Facilities: 26,271 School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences Campus Center * Tuition varies by school and program. All Others: 2,595,045 School of Informatics 420 University Blvd. Suite CE 255 School of Journalism Indianapolis, IN Room & Board Rate: $7,944 Administration School of Law (317) (Per FA student budget.) Exec VC for Academic Affairs & Dean of Faculties School of Liberal Arts Uday P. Sukhatme School of Library and Information Science Athletic Conferences: Senior Advisor to the Chancellor for Academic Planning and Evaluation School of Medicine Fall 2011 Enrollment by Level NCAA Trudy W. Banta School of Nursing Undergraduate = 22,236 The Summit League VC for Finance and Administration School of Physical Education and Tourism Management Graduate = 4,861 Dawn Rhodes School of Public and Environmental Affairs Doctoral-Research = Operating Budget VC for Research School of Science (Purdue) Doctoral-Practice = 2,790 Unrestricted = $801,901,055 Kody Varahramyan School of Social Work Total = 30,530 Restricted = $348,705,341 VC for External Affairs University College Auxiliary Enterprises = $112,943,014 Amy Conrad Warner Fall 2011 Credit Hours by Level Total = $1,263,549,410 VC for Student Life Undergraduate = 262,808.5 Zebulun R. Davenport Graduate = 33,765.0 Student Organizations & Clubs: over 400 Asst Chancellor for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Doctoral-Research = 4,945.5 Kenneth B. Durgans Doctoral-Practice = 44,409.3 Faculty and Staff Headcount Chief of Staff Total = 345,928.3 Academic Staff = 3,843 Andrew R. Klein Executive/Admin = 219 Degrees Awarded in FY by Level Support Staff = 4,233 Associate = 158 IU, 94 PU Baccalaureate = 2,728 IU, 788 PU Master's = 1,513 IU, 236 PU 1

3 Undergraduate Admissions IUPUI through Applied 7,958 8,856 9,645 11,768 10,164 Admitted 5,616 6,164 6,414 7,453 7,048 % Admitted 71% 70% 67% 63% 69% Enrolled 2,949 3,040 3,019 2,925 3,059 % Enrolled (from admits) 53% 49% 47% 39% 43% 12,000 Undergraduate Admissions 10,000 8,000 6,000 4,000 2, Applied Enrolled 17

4 Beginner Profile - Test Scores IUPUI through 2011 % Change Yr 5 Yr Beginner Cohort Size 2,952 3,040 3,019 2,925 3,059 5% 4% SAT ACT By Scores % Submitting Scores 81% 82% 83% 82% 83% 26% 28% 29% 32% 33% Critical Reading/English Average th Percentile th Percentile Math Average th Percentile th Percentile SAT Verbal Score (Middle 50%) SAT Math Score (Middle 50%) IUPUI IUPUI Indiana Indiana National National

5 IUPUI Beginners By Average SAT Composite/ACT Equivalent through

6 Beginner Profile - High School IUPUI through Beginner Cohort Size 2,952 3,040 3,019 2,925 3,059 By High School Rank Top 10% 14% 17% 15% 16% 15% Top 25% 40% 46% 44% 44% 44% Top Half 78% 84% 87% 85% 83% Bottom Half 22% 16% 14% 15% 17% By Indiana HS Diploma Type 1 Core 40 2 Only 1,315 1,403 1,084 1,159 1,196 Academic Honors 1,221 1,288 1,535 1,355 1,448 % Core 40/Academic Honors 3 91% 94% 92% 91% 92% By High School GPA % Submitting HS GPA 89% 82% 87% 89% 90% % 68% 72% 73% 70% < % 32% 28% 27% 30% 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 IUPUI Beginners By High School Diploma Type 2007 through % 9% 6% 8% 9% 7% 80% 60% 47% 49% 38% 38% 42% 40% 20% 44% 45% 54% 49% 51% 0% Academic Honors Core 40 Only Other

8 Enrollment by Class and Level IUPUI - Fall 2011 Enrollment Credit Hours % Change % Change Average N 1 Yr 5 Yr N 1 Yr 5 Yr Cr Hrs Undergraduate 22,236 0% 5% 262,809 0% 9% 11.8 Freshman 4,741 0% -9% 59,014 0% -7% 12.4 Sophomore 4,751-2% 2% 58, % 8% 12.3 Junior 4,415 0% 14% 53,637-1% 18% 12.1 Senior 7,328 2% 15% 85,192 2% 20% 11.6 Non-Degree 1,001-4% -6% 6,683 1% -1% 6.7 Graduate 8,294 0% -4% 83,120 1% 2% 10.0 Graduate 4,377 1% -9% 31,487 0% -4.8% 7.2 Doctoral-Research 643 6% 41% 4,946 9% 49% 7.7 Doctoral-Practice 2,790 2% 7% 44, % 7% 15.9 Non-Degree % -39% 2,278-24% -35% 4.7 Total 30, % 2% 345,928 0% 7%

9 Enrollment by Course Load 1 and Level IUPUI - Fall 2011 N % % Change - 1 Year % Change - 5 Years FT PT FT PT FT PT FT PT Undergraduate 16,085 6,151 72% 28% 0% -1% 12% -9% Graduate 2 4,276 4,018 52% 48% 1% -2% 10% -15% Campus 20,361 10,169 67% 33% 1% -2% 11% -12% 1 Undergraduate and Doctoral-Practice Full-time status: enrolled in 12 or more credit hours. Graduate Full-time status: enrolled in 9 or more credit hours. 2 Includes Doctoral-Practice (formerly Professional) 100% Percent Enrollment Full-Time 80% 60% 40% 20% 0% Undergraduate Graduate* 20 *Includes Doctoral-Practice (formerly Professional)

10 Enrollment by Age IUPUI - Fall 2011 N Ages < 20 Ages Age 25+ Avg. Age Median Age Undergraduate 22,236 19% 48% 34% Graduate 1 8,294 0% 25% 75% Campus 30,530 14% 42% 45% Includes Doctoral-Practice (formerly Professional) 100% 80% 60% 40% Distribution of Age within Level 38% 34% 77% 75% 44% 48% 20% 0% 18% 19% 23% 25% Undergraduate Graduate* < * Includes Doctoral-Practice (formerly Professional)

11 Student Origin IUPUI - Fall 2011 Of IUPUI's total Fall 2010 enrollment, 84 percent of the students are from the state of Indiana. All 92 counties in the State of Indiana are represented. Additionally, students from 49 states, Washington D.C., and 134 foreign countries are enrolled at IUPUI and make up 16 percent of the student population. County Students County Students County Students County Students Adams 42 Fulton 29 Marion 9,139 Spencer 15 Allen 492 Gibson 24 Marshall 71 St Joseph 384 Bartholomew 869 Grant 107 Martin 19 Starke 42 Benton 17 Greene 67 Miami 66 Steuben 26 Blackford 9 Hamilton 2,390 Monroe 413 Sullivan 20 Boone 462 Hancock 672 Montgomery 106 Switzerland 7 Brown 101 Harrison 21 Morgan 531 Tippecanoe 329 Carroll 28 Hendricks 1,755 Newton 18 Tipton 54 Cass 98 Henry 113 Noble 48 Union 9 Clark 78 Howard 221 Ohio 9 Unknown county 16 Clay 41 Huntington 33 Orange 19 Vanderburgh 155 Clinton 92 Jackson 290 Owen 33 Vermillion 22 Crawford 6 Jasper 86 Parke 12 Vigo 139 Daviess 26 Jay 16 Perry 21 Wabash 49 De Kalb 37 Jefferson 58 Pike 6 Warren 10 Dearborn 64 Jennings 255 Porter 275 Warrick 83 Decatur 225 Johnson 1,616 Posey 32 Washington 27 Delaware 152 Knox 52 Pulaski 25 Wayne 124 Dubois 107 Kosciusko 57 Putnam 118 Wells 36 Elkhart 207 La Grange 19 Randolph 31 White 40 Fayette 51 La Porte 126 Ripley 153 Whitley 33 Floyd 62 Lake 624 Rush 75 Fountain 17 Lawrence 82 Scott 26 Franklin 95 Madison 291 Shelby 411 Indiana County Total 25,659 Top Counties as a Percentage of In-State Enrollment Out-of-State Total 1,211 Marion 36% Hendricks 7% Foreign Country Total 2,550 Hamilton 9% Johnson 6% Unknown Non IN. 1,110 Total Students 30,530 23

12 Enrollment by Ethnicity/Race and Level IUPUI - Fall 2011 N % % Change - 1 Year Undergrad Graduate 1 Total Undergrad Graduate 1 Total Undergrad Graduate 1 Total Hispanic/Latino ,129 4% 3% 4% 15% 6% 13% African American 2, ,871 11% 6% 9% 2% 3% 2% American Indian/Alaska Native % 0.2% 0.2% -18% 0% -13% Asian American ,133 3% 5% 4% -3% -2% -2% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 12 ** % 0.1% 0.1% -14% 0% -11% Two or More Races % 1.5% 2% 46% 98% 54% Domestic Minority 4,498 1,331 5,829 20% 16% 19% 7% 6% 7% White 16,719 5,688 22,407 75% 69% 73% -1% 1% -1% International ,446 3% 10% 5% -2% 13% 6% Unknown % 6% 3% -21% -34% -29% 1 Includes Doctoral-Practice (formerly Professional) **Cell contains 10 or fewer students 24

13 IUPUI Enrollment Distribution of Sex within Ethnicity/Race - Fall % 80% 60% 60% 66% 43% 51% 71% 57% 38% 44% 63% 40% 20% 40% 34% 57% 49% 29% 43% 62% 56% 37% 0% Male Female

14 Enrollment by Level and Residency IUPUI - Fall 2011 N % % Change - 1 Year % Change - 5 Years Resident Non- Resident Resident Non- Resident Resident Non- Resident Resident Non- Resident Undergraduate 21,184 1,052 95% 5% 0% 5% 4% 42% Graduate 1 6,697 1,597 81% 19% -2% 6% 0% -19% Campus 27,881 2,649 91% 9% -1% 6% 3% -2.1% 1 Includes Doctoral-Practice (formerly Professional) 100% 80% Distribution of Residency within Level 5% 19% 60% 40% 20% 0% * Includes Doctoral-Practice (formerly Professional) 95% Undergraduate Resident Non-Resident 81% Graduate* 21

15 Undergraduate Intercampus Mobility IUPUI - Fall 2011 N % of Total Returning Students 14, % New & Unknown 6, % Transfer In % Total Undergraduates 21,235 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. Transfer In Transfer Out Net Mobility BL EA FW KO NW SB SE IUPUI Total

16 140 IUPUI Intercampus Mobility By Campus and Year Fall 2009 through Fall BL EA FW KO NW SB SE

17 Historical Enrollment, Hour and FTE IUPUI Fall 2002 through Fall Year % chg Enrollment 29,025 29,860 29,953 29,933 29,764 29,854 30,300 30,383 30,566 30,530 5% Hours 296, , , , , , , , , ,928 17% FTE 20,298 21,170 21,465 21,682 21,814 22,161 22,772 23,311 23,657 23,707 17% Entries in BOLD and highlighted are records. 35,000 Historical Enrollment and FTE, Fall Fall ,000 25,000 20,000 15,000 10, Enrollment FTE 28

18 Degrees Conferred by Level IUPUI through The table and graphs represent degrees conferred for the fiscal year, July 1 through June 30. The tabular view is 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 % -47% Baccalaureate 2,866 2,933 3,167 3,288 2, ,516 7% 23% Master's 1,760 1,877 1,825 1,736 1, ,749 1% -1% Doctoral-Research % -16% Doctoral-Practice % 7% Total 5,819 5,953 6,056 6,077 5,150 1,122 6,272 3% 8% 100% 80% 60% 40% 20% Distribution of Residency Status within Degree Level 7% 7% 19% 61% 93% 93% 81% 39% 17% 83% 0% Associate Baccalaureate Master's Doct.-Research Doct.-Practice Resident Non-Resident 31 The chart does not include Purdue SWT degrees.

19 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% Graduation Rates of Bachelor's Seeking Students Receiving Bachelor's Degrees IUPUI 1997 through % 28% 23% 22% 6% 5% 31% 31% 26% 27% 36% 37% 38% 32% 32% 8-Year rate 34% 34% 33% 7% 8% 9% 10% 10% 11% 11% 6-Year rate Size 1997of FT-Bachelor's Seeking 2000 Cohort ,935 2,243 2,261 2,200 2,020 1,959 2,067 2,041 2,211 2,363 2, % 15% 4-Year rate 34

20 IUPUI Full-Time Beginner Retention Rates to Second Semester & Year Fall 2003 through Fall % 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% FT to 2nd Yr FT to 2nd Sem FT Beginner Cohort ,343 2,303 2,409 2,520 2,742 2,808 2,798 2, % Part-Time Beginner Retention Rates to Second Semester & Year Fall 2003 through Fall % 50% 40% PT to 2nd Yr PT to 2nd Sem 30% PT Beginner Cohort

21 Percentage of Undergraduates 1 Receiving Aid by Type IUPUI through Total Fiscal Year Undergraduates yr % Change 28,417 28,264 28,432 29,000 28,922 2% Percentage Receiving Aid by Type 60% 52% 50% 46% 42% 44% 53% 40% 47% 41% 42% 38% Student Loans Gift Aid 20% Work Study Parent Loans 2% 2% 3% 3% 3% 0% 2% 2% 2% 2% 3% Includes students who were enrolled on one of the four annual census dates, or who completed a degree in the year indicated. 40

22 Percentage of Graduate 3 Students 2 Receiving an SAA Stipend or Aid 1 by Type IUPUI through Total Fiscal Year Graduate Students yr % Change 11,664 11,794 12,120 11,486 10,578-9% Percentage Receiving an SAA Stipend or Aid 1 by Type 60% 40% 36% 38% 38% 40% 45% 20% 28% 29% 34% 31% 35% Student Loans Gift Aid SAA Stipends 0% 0.3% 1% 1% 1% 1% Stipend funding for student academic appointees (SAA) is not considered financial aid, unless it is funded by the needbased Federal Work Study program. The SAA Stipend percentages above exclude Federal Work Study. 2 Includes students who were enrolled on one of the four annual census dates, or who completed a degree in the year indicated. 3 Includes Doctoral-Practice (formerly Professional) 41

23 Percentage of Degree Recipients 2 with Loans by Level IUPUI 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/. 100% 80% 60% 40% 20% 0% % of Degree Recipients 2 with Aggregate Student Loans 88% 90% 90% 89% 88% 67% 69% 70% 72% 72% 41% 44% 44% 48% 51% 36% 38% 33% 15% 22% Doctoral-Practice Baccalaureate Master's Doctoral-Research Number of Degree Recipients Who Borrowed Yr % Change Baccalaureate 1,035 1,056 1,106 1,172 1,411 36% Master's % Doctoral-Research ** % Doctoral-Practice % 1 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. These figures include Purdue degrees awarded at this campus. Associate degree recipients and their loans are excluded from these views. 42

24 Undergraduate Gift Aid by Source IUPUI 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. These figures include aid for students who were enrolled on one of their four campus census dates, or who completed a degree during the year. Undergraduate Gift Aid by Source yr % Change Federal $ 19,281,526 $ 21,244,536 $ 24,378,812 $ 36,158,401 $ 44,072, % State 1 16,587,801 18,419,885 21,690,637 21,179,218 22,213,433 34% IU 2 9,561,075 12,536,484 15,043,875 16,722,440 19,626, % Private 3 4,292,137 6,636,344 8,818,395 10,279,952 10,170, % Total $ 49,722,539 $ 58,837,250 $ 69,931,718 $ 84,340,012 $ 96,083,439 93% 100% 80% 60% 40% 20% 0% Undergraduate Gift Aid by Source as % of Total Gift Aid 43% 46% 39% 33% 36% 31% 35% 31% 19% 21% 22% 25% 20% 23% 20% 9% 11% 13% 12% 11% Federal State IU Private 1 Funds from the State of Indiana. 2 Includes funds held at the IU Foundation Funds from private organizations and other states and governments. Excludes funds held at the IU Foundation.

25 Graduate 4 Student Gift Aid by Source IUPUI through Gift aid does not need to be earned (like work study) or repaid (like loans). Gift aid examples include graduate fellowships, grants to help students with financial need, and fee remissions for IU employees. These figures include aid for students who were enrolled on one of their four campus census dates, or who completed a degree during the year. Graduate 4 Student Gift Aid by Source yr % Change Federal 5 $ 2,008,818 $ 2,651,584 $ 3,701,743 $ 2,922,959 $ 3,371,825 68% State 1 1,448,780 1,643,354 1,572, , ,724-58% IU 2 13,957,292 17,186,997 20,546,854 25,796,647 24,953,154 79% Private 3 5,503,525 5,745,306 6,507,452 6,018,342 7,137,190 30% Total $ 22,918,416 $ 27,227,242 $ 32,328,154 $ 35,468,503 $ 36,063,892 57% Graduate 4 Student Gift Aid by Source as % of Total Gift Aid Federal 9% 10% 11% 8% 9% State 6% 6% 5% 2% 2% IU 61% 63% 64% 73% 69% Private 24% 21% 20% 17% 20% 1 Funds from the State of Indiana. Note that Primary Care Scholarships were reported as state gift aid prior to , and are reported as IU gift aid beginning in Includes funds held at the IU Foundation Funds from private organizations and other states and governments. Excludes funds held at the IU Foundation.

26 Gift Aid 1 By Source and Award Category IUPUI Federal Amount 1-yr % Change 5-yr % Change Undupl Recipients 1-yr % Change 5-yr % Change Pell Grants $37,280,039 21% 155% 9,675 21% 63.79% SEOG Grants $881,044-22% 27% 1,974 67% 61% ACG/SMART Grants $2,428,914 50% 211% 2,069 33% 186% Veterans Benefits 6 $3,591,860 n/a n/a 595 n/a n/a Undergraduate Scholarships $283,960 12% 13% % 6% Grad/Prof Fellowships $1,701,840 13% 165% 181 2% 170% Other Gift Aid4 $1,276,516 6% 36% 295-5% 8% State of Indiana 21st Century Scholar Awards $4,321,578 19% 194% 1,108 11% 59% O'Bannon Higher Education Awards $13,312,473 2% 10% 5,469 13% 27% Vocational Rehabilitation $785, % 79% 155 5% 28% Other Undergraduate Scholarships 2 $36,389-40% -52% 42-45% -60% Other Gift Aid 3 $4,359,403-3% 40% % 11% IU Fee Courtesy $2,391,638 1% 26% 1,197-6% -6% Undergraduate Athletic Scholarships $2,144,215 22% 57% 198 6% 4% Other Undergraduate Scholarships $13,829,270 22% 76% 5,816 59% 73% Undergraduate Need-based Grants 5 $1,356,420-10% 491% % 246% Grad/Prof Fellowships $9,922,732-4% 106% 1,315 5% 99% Other Gift Aid 4 $14,935,629-2% 104% 2,488 9% 56% Private $17,308,097 6% 77% 2,408-29% 6% 1 Includes students who were enrolled on one of the four annual census dates, or who completed a degree in the year indicated. 2 "Other" state undergraduate scholarships include SSACI Hoosier Scholarships, Nursing Scholarships, scholarships for minority and special education teachers, and scholarships for occupational and physical therapy students. 3 "Other" state gift aid includes SSACI 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. Examples include the IUPUI 21st Century Scholars Pledge Grant and Student Support Services Grant. In contrast, undergraduate scholarships generally have a fixed award amount and may be funded from endowed funds, as well as other IU sources 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.

27 Undergraduate Work Study by Source IUPUI 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. These figures include students who were enrolled on one of their four campus census dates, or who completed a degree during the year. Work Study by Source yr % Change Federal $ 1,192,326 $ 1,136,068 $ 1,284,418 $ 1,508,955 $ 1,425,103 20% IU 333, , , , ,636-9% Other 96, , , , ,974 25% Total $ 1,622,477 $ 1,545,219 $ 1,756,134 $ 1,957,783 $ 1,849, % Work Study by Source as % of Total Work Study Federal 73% 74% 73% 77% 77% IU 21% 20% 21% 17% 16% Other 6% 7% 6% 6% 7% 46

28 Graduate 2 Student Academic Appointee Stipends 1 and Work Study by Source IUPUI through These figures include funding for students who were enrolled on one of their four campus census dates, or who completed a degree during the year. Student Academic Appointee Stipends yr % Change Federal $ 1,785,640 $ 1,783,664 $ 1,706,371 $ 2,439,716 $ 2,462,683 38% IU 3,802,344 3,201,246 3,644,102 3,916,421 4,421,196 16% Other 956, , , ,942 1,250,234 31% Total $ 6,544,764 $ 5,891,125 $ 6,195,721 $ 7,187,078 $ 8,134,113 24% Student Academic Appointee Stipends by Source as % of Total SAA Stipends Federal 27% 30% 28% 34% 30% IU 58% 54% 59% 54% 54% Other 15% 15% 14% 12% 15% Work Study yr % Change Federal $ 158,201 $ 144,447 $ 194,404 $ 257,296 $ 321, % IU 45,832 45,122 58,064 53,256 66,627 45% Other 14,190 10,133 15,845 26,386 32, % Total $ 218,224 $ 199,702 $ 268,313 $ 336,938 $ 420,921 93% 1 The SAA stipend figures exclude positions funded by need-based Federal Work Study, and thus are not considered financial aid. 2 Includes Doctoral-Practice (formerly Professional)

29 Faculty and Staff Headcount IUPUI - Fall 2011 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. Prior to this year the fact book counts were not aligned with IPEDS. Health General Academic Overall Total FT PT Total FT PT Total FT PT Total FTE Academic Staff Tenure/Tenure Track Faculty , ,222 1,221 Non Tenure Track Faculty , ,024 1,918 1,199 Academic Professionals Executive/Admin with faculty status without faculty status Support Staff Professional 1, , , ,034 2,023 Administrative , ,111 1,105 Functional Infrastructure Total Faculty and Staff 4, ,333 3, ,962 7,153 1,142 8,295 7,520 Total Instructional Faculty and Administrators 6 1, , ,719 2,182 1,026 3,208 2,487 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, 47 Non Tenure Track Faculty and Executive/Admin with faculty status.

30 Full-time Faculty and Staff Headcount by Sex IUPUI - Fall 2011 Male Female Total Academic Staff Tenure/Tenure Track Faculty ,220 Non Tenure Track Faculty Academic Professionals Executive/Admin with faculty status without faculty status Support Staff Professional 634 1,367 2,001 Administrative (secretarial/clerical) 76 1,021 1,097 Functional (paraprofessional/technical) Infrastructure (skilled crafts, service/maintenance) Total Faculty and Staff 2,963 4,190 7,153 Total Instructional Faculty and Administrators 3 1, ,182 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; 48 Non Tenure Track Faculty and Executive/Admin with faculty status.

31 Afr. Am. Ind/ Asian Hisp./ Nat. HI/ 2 or More % Unk/ Univ. Amer. AK Nat Amer. Latino Pac. Island Races Minority White Other Total Academic Staff Tenure/Tenure Track Faculty % 909-1,220 Non Tenure Track Faculty % Academic Professionals % Executive/Admin with faculty status % without faculty status % Support Staff Professional % 1, ,001 Administrative % 839-1,097 Functional % Infrastructure % Total Faculty and Staff % 5, ,153 Total Instructional Faculty and Administrators % 1,692-2,182 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 Full-time Faculty and Staff Headcount by Race and Ethnicity IUPUI - Fall 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, 49 Non Tenure Track Faculty and Executive/Admin with faculty status.

32 Highest Earned Degrees of FT Faculty and Administration with Professorial Rank IUPUI - Fall 2011 Doctoral/ No Degree/ % Professional 1 Masters Baccalaureate Other 2 Doct/Prof Professor % Associate Professor % Assistant Professor % Total 1, % 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. 51

33 Average Age and Age Distribution IUPUI - Fall 2011 Full-time Faculty with Professorial Rank Avg Age Professor 57 Associate Professor 49 Assistant Professor 39 All Full-Time Faculty 48 Age Distribution of FT Faculty 100% 80% 60% 40% 20% 0% Under Prof Assoc Assist 52

34 Average Faculty Compensation IUPUI 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 1 $118,800 $120,400 $126,800 $127,800 $129, % 9.1% Associate Professor 1 $92,200 $95,200 $98,200 $98,600 $98, % 6.3% Assistant Professor 1 $74,800 $77,400 $80,300 $81,500 $82, % 10.3% Notes: Compensation for fiscal-year faculty is converted to an academic-year base. 1 IUPUI Average Faculty Compensation figures exclude the School of Medicine. Source: "The Annual Report on the Economic Status of the Profession, ", "Bulletin of the American Association of University Professors" (March-April 2010). 53

35 Official Budget by Fund Group IUPUI through % Change Yr 5 Yr General Educational Fund $ 562,632,805 $ 599,768,720 7% 18% Medical Practice General Funds 133,088, ,325,752 14% 32% Designated and Other Restricted 1 96,703, ,511,924 13% 117% Contracts and Grants 280,000, ,000,000 4% 17% Auxiliary Enterprises 137,439, ,943,014-18% -18% Total Expenditures $ 1,209,863,746 $ 1,263,549,410 4% 19% 1 Beginning in Fiscal year 2010, large recurring Designated and Restricted Scholarships and Fellowships were budgeted. 100% Official Budget Distribution by Fund Group 80% 60% 47% 40% 20% 12% 9% 23% 9% 0% General Educational Fund Medical Practice General Funds Designated and Other Restricted Contracts and Grants Auxiliary Enterprises 60

36 General Educational Fund Budget Allocation of Resources by Category IUPUI through % Change Yr 5 Yr Academic Salaries $ 152,866,275 $ 163,750,606 7% 23% Staff Salaries $ 97,073,008 $ 102,687,177 6% 10% Hourly Wages $ 7,901,803 $ 8,304,221 5% 18% Group Benefits $ 98,072,497 $ 104,714,936 7% 26% General Expense $ 212,115,014 $ 225,950,610 7% 17% Library and Equipment $ 9,971,659 $ 10,432,940 5% 9% Expenditures $ 578,000,256 $ 615,840,490 7% 18% Transfers In $ (15,367,451) $ (16,071,770) 5% 52% Expenditures Net of Transfers In $ 562,632,805 $ 599,768,720 7% 18% Note: Medical Practice Funds are excluded from this view. 100% Percent of Allocation of Resources - General Fund Budget % 60% 40% 20% 0% 27% Academic Salaries 17% 1% Staff Salaries Hourly Wages 17% Group Benefits 37% General Expense 2% Library and Equipment 61

37 Budgeted General Educational Funds Available by Category IUPUI through % Change Yr 5 Yr State Appropriation $ 211,325,125 $ 211,347,086 0% -6% Student Fees $ 279,462,565 $ 310,107,923 11% 40% Other Income $ 71,845,115 $ 78,313,711 9% 23% Total $ 562,632,805 $ 599,768,720 7% 18% Note: Medical Practice Funds are excluded in this view. 100% Budgeted General Educational Funds as a Percent of Total by Category 13% 12% 12% 13% 13% 80% 60% 43% 45% 46% 50% 52% 40% 20% 44% 42% 41% 38% 35% 0% State Appropriation Student Fees Other Income 62

38 Budgeted State Appropriation Per Full-Time Equivalent Resident Student IUPUI through Total Appropriation (in millions) % Change Yr 5 Yr Health Division $ $ % -8% General Academic Division $ 93.7 $ % -2% FTE Enrollment Resident Health 4,447 4,324-3% 47% Resident General Academic 17,179 17,177 0% -1% Appropriation per FTE Student Resident Health $ 26,612 $ 26,159-2% -38% Resident General Academic $ 5,455 $ 5,717 5% -2% Value of Dollar $ 1.00 $ % -5% Appropriation per FTE Student in 2010 Value Dollars Resident Health $ 26,612 $ 26,159-2% -41% Resident General Academic $ 5,455 $ 5,717 5% -7% Notes: The value of the previous years' dollars is based on the calendar year Consumer Price indices. The Consumer Price Index for 2011 is 225.8, the average of the June and July 2011 indices. Source: University Budget Office 64

39 Student Tuition and Fees IUPUI through % Change Yr 5 Yr TUITION AND REQUIRED FEES Undergraduate Resident $ 7, $ 8, % 20% Undergraduate Non-Resident $ 24, $ 26, % 41% Graduate Resident $ 7, $ 8, % 25% Graduate Non-Resident $ 21, $ 22, % 28% TUITION PER CREDIT HOUR Undergraduate Resident $ $ % 20% Undergraduate Non-Resident $ $ % 41% Graduate Resident $ $ % 25% Graduate Non-Resident $ $ % 28% 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. $30,000 $25,000 $20,000 $15,000 $10,000 $5,000 $- Tuition and Required Fees UG Res UG NR Grad Res Grad NR 69

40 Typical Full-time Undergraduate Costs per Year without Financial Aid IUPUI -- 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) $6,221 $6,531 $6,923 $7,255 $7,437 20% Required Fees $630 $660 $600 $630 $806 28% Books & Supplies $672 $672 $672 $672 $672 0% Room & Board On Campus $7,944 $7,944 $7,944 $7,944 $7,944 0% Off Campus (not with family) $7,944 $7,944 $7,944 $7,944 $7,944 0% Off Campus (with family) $4,512 $4,512 $4,512 $4,512 $4,512 0% Total Typical Cost of Attendance 1 On Campus $21,587 $21,927 $22,859 $23,221 $23,579 9% Off Campus (not with family) $22,187 $22,527 $22,859 $23,221 $23,579 6% Off Campus (with family) $18,155 $18,495 $18,827 $19,189 $19,547 8% Constant Dollars 2 Value of Dollar $1.09 $1.05 $1.05 $1.04 $1.00 9% Total Typical Cost of Attendance 1 On Campus $23,508 $23,001 $24,048 $24,034 $23, % Off Campus (not with family) $24,162 $23,631 $24,048 $24,034 $23,579-2% Off Campus (with family) $19,771 $19,401 $19,806 $19,861 $19,547-1% 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 2011 indices: ftp://ftp.bls.gov/pub/special.requests/cpi/cpiai.txt

41 Athletics IUPUI - Fall 2011 Jaguars - NCAA & the Summit League Head Coach Home Facility (Built; Capacity) Mid-Con Championships Men s Basketball Todd Howard IUPUI Gymnasium (1982; 1,215) 1 - last 2002 Women s Basketball Austin Parkinson IUPUI Gymnasium (1982; 1,215) Men s Cross Country Chuck Koeppen n/a Women s Cross Country Antonio McDaniel n/a Men s Golf John Andrews n/a 2 - last 2005 Women s Golf John Andrews n/a Men's Soccer Isang Jacob Kuntz Stadium (1987; 5,257) 2 - last 2000 Women's Soccer Chris Johnson Kuntz Stadium (1987; 5,257) Softball Maggie Calcaterra IUPUI Softball Complex Men s Swimming & Diving Matt Bos & Johanna Doecke Natatorium (1982; 6,200) Women s Swimming & Diving Matt Bos & Johanna Doecke Natatorium (1982; 6,200) Men s Tennis Brandon Currie Indianapolis Tennis Center (1979; 10,000) 1 - last 2004 Women s Tennis Cameron Currie Indianapolis Tennis Center (1979; 10,000) 2 - last 2004 Volleyball Steve Payne IUPUI Gymnasium (2,000) 1 - last 2000 Source: IUPUI Athletics

42 Living Alumni IUPUI - Fall 2011 Living IU Graduates with addresses in Indiana Living IU Graduates by Sex Indiana Resident as a Student 76% Female 77,879 60% Indiana Non-Resident as a Student 1% Male 52,793 40% Student Residency shown as Blank 23% Overall total living in Indiana 66% Source: Indiana University Alumni Association 92

43 Alumni by Indiana County IUPUI - Fall 2011 County Graduates County Graduates County Graduates County Graduates Adams 105 Fulton 113 Marion 30,893 Spencer 52 Allen 1,901 Gibson 66 Marshall 163 St. Joseph 1,069 Bartholomew 2,351 Grant 299 Martin 34 Starke 25 Benton 39 Greene 168 Miami 191 Steuben 97 Blackford 30 Hamilton 11,294 Monroe 1,563 Sullivan 63 Boone 2,495 Hancock 2,557 Montgomery 292 Switzerland 20 Brown 313 Harrison 102 Morgan 1,761 Tippecanoe 1,032 Carroll 98 Hendricks 5,224 Newton 20 Tipton 163 Cass 272 Henry 342 Noble 119 Union 54 Clark 320 Howard 847 Ohio 18 Vanderburgh 739 Clay 114 Huntington 147 Orange 58 Vermillion 55 Clinton 242 Jackson 720 Owen 140 Vigo 458 Crawford 22 Jasper 82 Parke 78 Wabash 124 Daviess 90 Jay 52 Perry 38 Warren 17 De Kalb 133 Jefferson 206 Pike 25 Warrick 325 Dearborn 156 Jennings 450 Porter 596 Washington 78 Decatur 511 Johnson 5,404 Posey 41 Wayne 550 Delaware 578 Knox 191 Pulaski 55 Wells 107 Dubois 241 Kosciusko 278 Putnam 434 White 119 Elkhart 529 La Grange 289 Randolph 100 Whitley 107 Fayette 153 La Porte 54 Ripley 156 Floyd 338 Lake 1,123 Rush 213 Fountain 72 Lawrence 244 Scott 85 Franklin 271 Madison 1,085 Shelby 871 Total 85,909 Notes: Living addressable graduates of Indiana University. Source: Indiana University Alumni Association 93

44 Alumni by State IUPUI - Fall 2011 State Graduates State Graduates State Graduates Alabama 336 Louisiana 195 Oklahoma 196 Alaska 106 Maine 131 Oregon 532 Arizona 1,353 Maryland 600 Pennsylvania 733 Arkansas 168 Massachusetts 417 Rhode Island 67 California 3,075 Michigan 1,985 South Carolina 567 Colorado 1,198 Minnesota 566 South Dakota 59 Connecticut 331 Mississippi 129 Tennessee 1,060 Delaware 51 Missouri 759 Texas 2,242 District of Columbia 133 Montana 122 Utah 226 Florida 3,734 Nebraska 122 Vermont 80 Georgia 1,246 Nevada 297 Virginia 1,097 Hawaii 204 New Hampshire 91 Washington 947 Idaho 121 New Jersey 400 West Virginia 106 Illinois 2,970 New Mexico 289 Wisconsin 826 Indiana 85,903 New York 835 Wyoming 60 Iowa 284 North Carolina 1,364 U.S. Territories 43 Kansas 245 North Dakota 35 APOs and FPOs (U.S. military) 32 Kentucky 1,218 Ohio 2,524 Total U.S. Graduates 122,410 Notes: Living addressable graduates of Indiana University. Source: Indiana University Alumni Association 94

45 Alumni by Geographic Region IUPUI - Fall 2011 Country Graduates Country Graduates Country Graduates Central Asia 1 North America (non-u.s.) 113 Sub-Saharan Africa 23 East Asia 237 Oceania 25 Western Europe 111 Latin America 46 Russia/Eastern Europe 16 Total Non-U.S. Graduates 1,783 Middle East 18 South Asia 34 North Africa 76 Southeast Asia 1,083 Total Addressable Graduates 124,254 Notes: Living addressable graduates of Indiana University Total Unknown Address 6,421 Source: Indiana University Alumni Association Total Living Graduates 130,675

46 Private Contributions IUPUI - FY ,000 IU Foundation Donors with Donations (in Millions) $150 35,000 30,000 $100 25,000 20,000 $50 15,000 10, $0 Private Giving Through IU Foundation IU Foundation Donors Source: IU Foundation

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