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1 Any questions concerning material contained in this book should be directed to: The University of New Mexico Office of Institutional Research Scholes Hall, Room 306 Albuquerque, NM UNM Fact Book Telephone: Fax: For an electronic version of this book, visit our web site at

2 Table of Contents Introduction v Enrollment - Branch Campuses I Facts at a Glance Enrollment by Campus and Degree Status (Fall ) 25 Enrollment, Gallup Branch (Fall ) 26 Historical Enrollment (Fall ) 1 Community Outreach Programs, Gallup Branch 27 Students (Fall 2002) 2 ( to ) Total Enrollment - All UNM Units Combined (Fall ) 3 Enrollment, Los Alamos Branch (Fall ) 28 Preparation, Retention, and Graduation Rates, Main Campus 4 Community Outreach Programs, Los Alamos Branch 29 Degrees Awarded ( Academic Year) 5 ( to ) UNM Count of Employees (as of October, 2002) 6 Enrollment, Taos Branch (Fall ) 30 Budget Plan (FY 2003) 7 Community Outreach Programs, Taos Branch 31 ( to ) Enrollment - Main Campus Enrollment, Valencia Branch (Fall ) 32 Community Outreach Programs, Valencia Branch 33 Undergraduate Enrollment by Program (Fall ) 9 ( to ) Graduate/Professional Enrollment by Program 10 Student Credit Hours by Course Level (Fall ) 34 (Fall ) Enrollment by Age (Fall ) 35 On-Campus and Extended Service Enrollment 11 (Fall ) Beginning Freshmen & Transfer Students - Total Enrollment, Main Campus (Fall ) 12 Main Campus Undergraduate Students (Fall ) 13 Graduate Programs & AGSM Students (Fall ) 14 Beginning Freshmen Ethnicity (Fall ) 37 Law Students (Fall ) 15 High School Performance Indicators of First-Time 38 Medical Students (Fall ) 16 Freshmen, (Fall ) PharmD. Students (Fall ) 17 NM HS Graduates ( ) & UNM Beginning Freshmen 40 Non-Degree Students (Fall ) 18 (Fall 2002) Student Credit Hours by Course Level (Fall ) 19 Residency of First-Time Freshmen by NM County 41 Student Credit Hours by College & Course Level 20 (Fall ) (Fall ) Residency of First-Time Freshmen by US State 42 Enrollment by Age (Fall ) 22 (Fall ) Transfer Students to Main Campus (Fall ) UNM Fact Book - Page ii

3 Table of Contents Degree Programs, Program Accreditation & Valencia Branch Faculty (Fall 1998 to 2002) 78 Degrees Awarded & Alumni Faculty by Highest Degree Earned, Main Campus (Fall 2002) 80 Faculty by College, Main Campus (Fall 2002) 82 Degree Programs, Main Campus 45 Faculty Diversity - New Hires, Main Campus Faculty ( ) 83 Accreditation at UNM, Institutional and Programmatic 49 (as of 12/2002) Staff Degrees Awarded, Main Campus ( to ) 53 Degrees Awarded by Ethnicity, Main Campus 54 UNM Regular Staff by Site (Fall 1998 to 2002) 87 ( to ) UNM Temporary Staff by Site (Fall 1998 to 2002) 88 Retention and Graduation Rates, Main Campus 55 Regular Staff - All UNM (Fall 1998 to 2002) 89 (Fall 1992 to Fall 2002 Freshmen Classes) Regular Staff - Main Campus, Non-Medical 90 Degrees Awarded by Ethnicity, Branch Campuses 56 (Fall 1998 to 2002) ( to ) Regular Staff - Nursing, Pharmacy, Basic Medical 91 UNM Alumni in New Mexico by County 58 Sciences (Fall 1998 to 2002) Regular Staff - Clinical Health Sciences (Fall 1998 to 2002) 92 Regular Staff - Extended University (Fall 1998 to 2002) 93 Faculty Regular Staff - Gallup Branch (Fall 1998 to 2002) 94 Regular Staff - Los Alamos Branch (Fall 1998 to 2002) 95 All Faculty Combined and Tenure-Track Faculty by Site 59 Regular Staff - Taos Branch (Fall 1998 to 2002) 96 (Fall ) Regular Staff - Valencia Branch (Fall 1998 to 2002) 97 Non-Tenure-Track Instructional Faculty by Site (Fall ) 60 Student Employees by Site (Fall 1998 to 2002) 98 Non-Tenure-Track Research Faculty by Site (Fall ) 61 All UNM Faculty (Fall 1998 to 2002) 62 Faculty Scholarship, Research & Libraries Main Campus, Non-Medical Faculty (Fall 1998 to 2002) 64 Nursing, Pharmacy & Basic Medical Sciences Faculty 66 Faculty Scholarship ( to ) 101 (Fall 1998 to 2002) UNM Centers & Institutes Main Campus ( ) 102 Clinical Health Sciences Faculty (Fall 1998 to 2002) 68 UNM Centers & Institutes, Health Sciences Center ( ) 103 Extended University Faculty (Fall 1998 to 2002) 70 Contract & Grant Awards, UNM Total (FY 2002) 104 Gallup Branch Faculty (Fall 1998 to 2002) 72 Contract & Grant Expenditures, UNM Total (FY 1990-FY 2002) 105 Los Alamos Branch Faculty (Fall 1998 to 2002) 74 UNM Patents (FY to FY ) 106 Taos Branch Faculty (Fall 1998 to 2002) UNM Fact Book - Page iii

4 Table of Contents Faculty Scholarship, Research & Libraries Full-Time Tuition & Fees, Branch Campuses 121 (continued) ( to ) Comparative Faculty Salaries, Main Campus 122 Computer and Information Resources and Technology (CIRT) 107 (Fall ) (FY ) UNM Peer Institutions 122 UNM Main Campus Libraries ( ) 108 Staff Salary Profile - All UNM Campuses Combined 123 (as Reported in Fall 2002) Revenue & Expenditures UNM Endowment Funds (FY ) 124 Gift Activity (FY 1998 to 2002) 126 Actual Current Fund Revenue - All UNM Units Combined 111 UNM Facilities 127 Combined (FY to FY ) Capital Outlay Projects ( ) 128 Actual Current Fund Expenditures - All UNM Units 112 (FY to FY ) UNM Organizational Structure ( ) Actual Current Fund Expenditures, Main Campus 113 (FY to FY ) The University of New Mexico 131 Actual Current Fund Expenditures, Health Sciences 114 Provost, VP for Academic Affairs 132 (FY to FY ) Provost, VP for Academic Affairs - Branch Campuses 133 Actual Current Fund Expenditures, Branch Campuses 115 Deputy Provost 134 (FY to FY ) Vice Provost Extended University & Dean of Continuing 135 Education Other Finance & Resource Data Vice Provost for Research 136 Assoc. Provost, Academic Affairs 137 Financial Aid by Source and Type of Aid 117 VP, Business & Finance 140 All UNM UNITS Combined ( to ) VP, Student Affairs 141 Financial Aid Recipients by Ethnicity, Sex & Level (Fall 2001) 118 VP, Institutional Advancement 142 Scholarships, All UNM Units Combined 119 VP, Health Sciences 143 ( to ) UNM Board of Regents 144 Full-Time Tuition & Fees, Main Campus 120 ( to ) UNM Fact Book - Page iv

5 UNM Facts Introduction In fall 2002, the campuses of the University of New Mexico served 31,795 students; employed 2,963 faculty, 7,460 staff, and 5,086 students (an additional 4,068 staff work at University Hospital); and had a total operating and capital budget of about $1.2 billion. In the previous academic year, UNM awarded 4,398 degrees and certificates. This fact book presents data for all UNM campuses. UNM consists of a Main Campus located in Albuquerque, which includes the Health Sciences Center; four branch campuses, which have a two-year degree mission: UNM-Gallup, UNM-Los Alamos, UNM-Taos, and UNM-Valencia; and an Extended University which provides access to courses on-site as well as via technologies including satellite broadcasts, videoconferencing, and on-line instruction throughout the state. The Extended University also encompasses the Upper Division & Graduate Centers at Los Alamos and Santa Fe and upper division and graduate course delivery at Taos, Gallup, Kirtland Airforce Base, and Rio Rancho. The UNM Health Sciences Center and its programs which include the School of Medicine, College of Nursing, and College of Pharmacy are included in the UNM Fact Book, sometimes as part of the Main Campus and sometimes separately. Footnotes and labels should make it clear in each case what is included. An additional unit of the University of New Mexico is the Division of Continuing Education and Community Services, which serves approximately 33,000 students annually in various non-credit or certificate courses, workshops, and training sessions. The Division serves another 10,600 students and clients in a variety of areas, including testing for placement and certification and evaluation for training and educational services. An additional 9,000 students earning academic credits were served during through units assigned to Continuing Education, including Non-Degree Advisement, Independent Study, and Extension Services. Gallup Taos Los Alamos Main Campus Valencia UNM Fact Book - Page v

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7 Facts at a Glance

8 Facts at a Glance Historical Enrollment, Fall Historical Enrollment Fall 1929 to Fall 2002 Headcount 35,000 30,000 25,000 20,000 15,000 10,000 5,000 Fall ,795 Fall ,705 0 Main Campus Enrollment Total UNM Enrollment Note: Total UNM enrollment includes Main Campus, Branch Campus, and Extended University enrollment, which includes Santa Fe and Los Alamos Upper Division and Graduate Centers. Sources: Annual Report of the Office of Admissions and Records ( ; ; ); Official Enrollment Report, Office of the Registrar (Fall 1991, 1994, and 1998), 21-day enrollment files maintained by the Registrar's Office (Fall ) UNM Fact Book - Page 1

9 Facts at a Glance Students (Fall 2002) Fall 2002 Enrollment Total Students Females Males Avg. Age FTE ** Main Campus* 24,705 14,140 10, ,224 Branches 7,090 4,645 2, ,647 Total 31,795 18,785 13, ,871 African American/ Black 2.4% Asian/Pacific Islander 3.5% American Indian 5.6% Ethnicity - Main Campus* Hispanic 28.6% International 3.7% No Response 3.6% White, non- Hispanic 52.6% African American/ Black 2.1% Asian/Pacific Islander 2.9% American Indian 11.7% Ethnicity - Total UNM Hispanic 29.1% International 3.0% No Response 4.6% White, non- Hispanic 46.7% * Includes Health Sciences Center (HSC) and Extended University ** Includes FTE from the developmental courses offered on Main Campus by ATVI. Source: Fall 21-day enrollment files maintained by the Registrar's Office UNM Fact Book - Page 2

10 Facts at a Glance Total Enrollment (Fall 1998 to 2002) Total Fall Enrollment (Main, HSC, Branches, and Extended University 1998 = Total Headcount 30,150 30,869 29,888 30,048 31,795 Full-time 17,279 17,970 17,614 17,963 18, Part-time 12,871 12,899 12,274 12,085 12, Avg. Hrs. per Sem Full-Time Equivalent 20,994 21,749 21,328 21,710 22,869 Student Demographics Average Age Females 17,960 18,399 17,793 17,958 18, Males 12,190 12,470 12,095 12,090 13, African American/Black American Indian 3,299 3,407 3,388 3,322 3, Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic 8,105 8,552 8,605 8,776 9, White, non-hispanic 15,764 15,657 14,625 14,486 14, International No Response ,002 1,100 1, Source: Fall 21-day enrollment files maintained by the Registrar's Office UNM Fact Book - Page 3

11 Facts at a Glance Preparation, Retention, and Graduation Rates (Main Campus) Beginning Full-Time Freshmen Preparation Retention to 2nd Fall Semester Entering Full-Time Freshmen Year % % Freshmen Admitted Matriculated Retained Fall Avg. HS GPA Under Plan A* % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % Note: Retention is shown from one fall semester to the next fall semester. For example, of the 2,587 full-time beginning freshmen in fall 2000, 73.4% of these students returned in fall Graduation Rates Full-Time Freshmen Graduating after 6 Years Year All Plan A Matriculated Freshmen Freshmen % 43.2% % 37.1% % 40.7% % 40.0% % 39.9% % 41.0% *Plan A - College preparatory curriculum % Graduating after 6 Yrs % 46.7% See "Retention and Graduation Rates, Main Campus" in "Degree Programs, 100% Source: Fall 2002 Freshmen Cohort Tracking Database, Office of Institutional Research 80% 60% 40% 20% 0% 6-Year Graduation Rates All Freshmen Plan A Freshmen Year Matriculated UNM Fact Book - Page 4

12 Facts at a Glance Degrees Awarded ( Academic Year) Total Degrees Awarded Doctorate 4.3% Professional 6.5% Education Specialist 0.2% 0.2% Certificates 2.5% Associate Degrees 5.8% Post-Masters Certificate Masters 23.4% Bachelors 57.2% Los Degree Main* Gallup Alamos Valencia Taos Total Certificates Associate Degrees Bachelors 2,514 2,514 Masters 1,030 1,030 Professional Doctorate Post-Masters Certificate 8 8 Education Specialist 7 7 Total 4, ,398 *Includes HSC. Degrees earned at Extended University, which includes Los Alamos and Santa Fe Upper Division and Graduate Centers, are awarded through UNM Main Campus. Source: Fall 2002 Official Enrollment Report, Office of the Registrar; IPEDS Completions Survey UNM Fact Book - Page 5

13 Facts at a Glance UNM Count of Employees as of October, 2002 Category UNM UNM Hospital Faculty Students Staff Total Staff UNM & UNM Hospital Combined Employee Totals 2,963 5,086 7,326 15,375 4,068 19,443 Full-Time * 1, ,023 6,847 2,997 9,844 Part-Time 1,139 5,086 2,303 8,528 1,071 9,599 Regular 1, ,973 6,803 4,039 10,842 Temporary 1,133 5,086 2,353 8, ,601 Main Campus 1,470 3,868 4,433 9, ,771 Extended University ** Health Sciences Center*** ,435 4,264 4,068 8,332 Branches/Education Center , ,062 * UNM Hospital defines full-time as an FTE of.8 or greater; UNM classfies full-time as an FTE of 1.0 or greater. ** Includes Continuing Education and Los Alamos and Santa Fe Upper Divison and Graduate Centers. *** Includes Nursing, Pharmacy, Basic Medical Sciences, and Clinical Health Sciences. Source: Office of Institutional Research UNM Fact Book - Page 6

14 Facts at a Glance FY 2003 Budget Plan* Revenue $ (million) Sales & Services $414.1 State Appropriations - Operating $242.7 Grants & Contracts $193.2 Other ** $123.4 Tuition & Fees $78.3 Use of Balance $69.1 Local $67.1 Private $56.9 State Appropriations - Capital $16.6 Institutional Bonds $7.3 Total *** $1,268.9 Expenditures $ (million) Main Campus $460.2 Health Sciences Center $335.5 UNM Hospital $332.5 Physical Plant $109.6 Branch Campuses $31.1 Total $1,268.9 * UNM consolidated revenues and expenditures. Includes HSC and branch campuses. ** "Other" revenue includes numerous sources of revenue, including land leases, rentals, and parking permits, and fees. *** Individual entries total $1,268.7M due to rounding. Actual total revenue totals $1,269.9M. Source: UNM Budget Office, Operating and Capital Budget Plan Local 5.3% Use of Balance 5.4% Tuition & Fees 6.2% Other ** 9.7% Private 4.5% Physical Plant 8.6% UNM Hospital 26.2% Revenue Grants & Contracts 15.2% State Appropriations - Capital 1.3% Expenditures Health Sciences Center 26.4% Institutional Bonds 0.6% Sales & Services 32.6% State Appropriations - Operating 19.1% Branch Campuses 2.5% Main Campus 36.3% UNM Fact Book - Page 7

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16 Enrollment Main Campus

17 Undergraduate Enrollment by Program Main Campus 1 (Fall 1996 to Fall 2002) Main Campus Undergraduate Enrollment by Program Undergraduate Studies 5,295 5,432 6,093 6,931 6,904 6,897 7,237 Arts & Sciences 4,061 4,138 4,120 4,035 3,866 4,014 4,429 Engineering 1,152 1,217 1,212 1,219 1,181 1,111 1,110 Education 972 1, ,007 1,055 1,101 1,064 Anderson School of Mgmt ,051 Fine Arts Architecture & Planning BUS 1, Assoc. Programs Cert. Programs Sub-total 14,039 14,347 14,864 15,590 15,421 15,599 16,382 Nursing Pharmacy Dental Programs Misc. Allied Health Health Sciences Sub-total 1, Total Undergraduate 15,101 15,212 15,695 16,322 15,957 16,042 16,806 1 Reported enrollments include all Extended Services enrollments. 2 With the advent of the graduate PharmD. Program in 1996, the undergraduate Pharmacy Program is being phased out. Source: Fall 21-day enrollment files maintained by the Registrar's Office UNM Fact Book - Page 9

18 Graduate/Professional Enrollment by Program Main Campus 1 (Fall 1996 to Fall 2002) Main Campus Graduate/Professional Enrollment by Program Arts and Sciences 1,495 1,474 1,408 1,376 1,389 1,359 1,379 Engineering Education 1,373 1,329 1,158 1,153 1,120 1,159 1,099 Public Administration Fine Arts Architecture & Planning Interdisciplinary Medical Science Nursing Pharmacy Graduate Programs Sub-total 4,205 4,100 3,803 3,728 3,856 3,922 4,070 Anderson Grad. School of Mgmt Law Medicine PharmD. (new program) Total Graduate/Professional 5,374 5,401 5,195 5,198 5,289 5,379 5,539 Total Main Campus Enrollment Undergraduate 15,101 15,212 15,695 16,322 15,957 16,042 16,806 Graduate/Professional 5,374 5,401 5,195 5,198 5,289 5,379 5,539 Non-Degree 3,415 3,450 3,068 2,984 2,522 2,438 2,360 Grand Total 23,890 24,063 23,958 24,504 23,768 23,859 24,705 1 Reported enrollments include all Extended Services enrollments. Source: Fall 21-day enrollment files maintained by the Registrar's Office UNM Fact Book - Page 10

19 On-Campus and Extended Services Enrollment Main Campus 1 (Fall 1996 to Fall 2002) Enrollment by Level and On and/or Off Campus Exclusively On-Campus Undergraduate 14,636 14,704 15,113 15,737 15,397 15,473 16,294 Graduate/Professional 5,139 5,210 5,052 5,065 5,170 5,279 5,416 Non-Degree 2,988 2,902 2,684 2,668 2,303 2,220 2,185 Total 22,763 22,816 22,849 23,470 22,870 22,972 23,895 On-Campus and Extended Service Undergraduate Graduate/Professional Non-Degree Total Exclusively Extended Service Undergraduate Graduate/Professional Non-Degree Total 947 1, Total Main Campus Enrollment Undergraduate 15,101 15,212 15,695 16,322 15,957 16,042 16,806 Graduate/Professional 5,374 5,401 5,195 5,198 5,289 5,379 5,539 Non-Degree 3,415 3,450 3,068 2,984 2,522 2,438 2,360 Grand Total 23,890 24,063 23,958 24,504 23,768 23,859 24,705 1 Extended Services enrollment does not represent all enrollment in the Extended University; courses in the Albuquerque SMSA and Internet courses are funded as Main Campus enrollments, and as such, they are not reported as Extended Services. Source: Fall 21-day enrollment files maintained by the Registrar's Office UNM Fact Book - Page 11

20 Total Enrollment Main Campus (Fall 1998 to 2002) Total Main Campus Fall Enrollment Total Headcount 23,958 24,504 23,768 23,859 24,705 Full-Time 15,123 15,686 15,624 15,869 16, Part-Time 8,835 8,818 8,144 7,990 8, Avg. Hrs. per Sem Full-Time Equivalent 17,733 18,378 18,185 18,510 19,224 Total Main Campus Student Demographics Average Age Females 13,819 14,083 13,671 13,687 14, Males 10,139 10,421 10,097 10,172 10, African American/Black American Indian 1,173 1,189 1,211 1,250 1, Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic 6,172 6,587 6,683 6,766 7, White, non-hispanic 13,910 13,803 12,970 12,729 12, International No Response Source: Fall 21-day enrollment files maintained by the Registrar's Office. 1 Enrollments include Extended Services enrollment UNM Fact Book - Page 12

21 Undergraduate Students Main Campus 1 (Fall 1998 to 2002) Undergraduate Fall Enrollment Total Headcount 15,695 16,322 15,957 16,042 16,806 Full-Time 12,049 12,649 12,518 12,655 13, Part-Time 3,646 3,673 3,439 3,387 3, Avg. Hrs. per Sem Full-Time Equivalent 13,046 13,673 13,538 13,747 14,428 Undergraduate Student Demographics Average Age Females 9,070 9,377 9,165 9,165 9, Males 6,625 6,945 6,792 6,877 7, African American/Black American Indian , Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic 4,784 5,118 5,255 5,317 5, White, non-hispanic 8,553 8,728 8,235 8,168 8, International No Response Source: Fall 21-day enrollment files maintained by the Registrar's Office. 1 Enrollments include Extended Services enrollment UNM Fact Book - Page 13

22 Graduate Programs 1 & AGSM Students Main Campus 2 (Fall 1998 to 2002) Graduate Programs/AGSM Fall Enrollment Total Headcount 4,268 4,177 4,284 4,352 4,551 Full-Time 1,958 1,875 1,964 2,097 2, Part-Time 2,310 2,302 2,320 2,255 2, Avg. Hrs. per Sem Full-Time Equivalent 2,679 2,627 2,707 2,850 2,940 Graduate Programs/AGSM Student Demographics Average Age Females 2,400 2,334 2,402 2,430 2, Males 1,868 1,843 1,882 1,922 2, African American/Black American Indian Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic White, non-hispanic 2,899 2,693 2,611 2,586 2, International No Response See page entitled "Graduate/Professional Enrollment by Program" for list of graduate programs included. 2 Enrollments include Extended Services enrollment. Source: Fall 21-day enrollment files maintained by the Registrar's Office UNM Fact Book - Page 14

23 Law Students Main Campus (Fall 1998 to 2002) Law Fall Enrollment Total Headcount Full-Time Part-Time Avg. Hrs. per Sem Full-Time Equivalent Law Student Demographics Average Age Females Males African American/Black American Indian Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic White, non-hispanic International No Response Source: Fall 21-day enrollment files maintained by the Registrar's Office UNM Fact Book - Page 15

24 Medical Students Main Campus (Fall 1998 to 2002) Medical Fall Enrollment Total Headcount Full-Time Part-Time Avg. Hrs. per Sem Full-Time Equivalent Medical Student Demographics Average Age Females Males African American/Black American Indian Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic White, non-hispanic International No Response Source: Fall 21-day enrollment files maintained by the Registrar's Office UNM Fact Book - Page 16

25 PharmD. Students Main Campus (Fall 1998 to 2002) PharmD. Fall Enrollment Total Headcount Full-Time Part-Time Avg. Hrs. per Sem Full-Time Equivalent PharmD. Student Demographics* Average Age Females Males African American/Black American Indian Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic White, non-hispanic International No Response * Fall Enrollment Reports combine the data on sex for Grad. Programs, AGSM, and PharmD. OIR calculated the breakdown of the data for sex and average age shown here. Source: Fall 21-day enrollment files maintained by the Registrar's Office UNM Fact Book - Page 17

26 Non-Degree Students Main Campus 1 (Fall 1998 to 2002) Non-Degree Fall Enrollment Total Headcount 3,068 2,984 2,522 2,438 2,360 Full-Time Part-Time 2,804 2,751 2,331 2,282 2, Avg. Hrs. per Sem Full-Time Equivalent 1, Non-Degree Student Demographics Average Age Females 1,835 1,795 1,529 1,483 1, Males 1,233 1, African American/Black American Indian Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic White, non-hispanic 1,937 1,828 1,593 1,438 1, International No Response Source: Fall 21-day enrollment files maintained by the Registrar's Office. 1 Enrollments include Extended Services enrollment UNM Fact Book - Page 18

27 Student Credit Hours by Course Level Main Campus (Fall 1996 to Fall 2002)* Total Credit Hours 300, , , , ,000 50,000 0 Student Credit Hours by Course Level Fall Semesters Professional Graduate Senior Junior Sophomore Freshman Student Credit Hours by Course Level Level Freshman ,294 Sophomore ,871 Junior ,229 Senior ,850 Graduate ,036 Professional ,474 Total 248, , , , , , ,754 Freshman = 100 level courses Graduate = level courses Sophomore = 200 level courses Professional = courses in Medicine, Law, Junior = 300 level courses and Pharm D Senior = 400 level courses * Includes Health Sciences Center credit hours. Source: Student Credit Hours Report (January 2002), Office of Institutional Research UNM Fact Book - Page 19

28 Student Credit Hrs. by College & Course Level Main Campus (Fall 1996 to Fall 2002) College of Arts and Sciences College of Education Level Level Freshman 58,030 62,736 67,065 72,881 76,259 77,855 81,835 Freshman 5,480 4,408 4,744 4,929 4,778 5,018 5,203 Sophomore 26,887 23,873 24,181 25,374 23,704 23,843 24,907 Sophomore 1,866 2,054 2,293 2,270 2,178 1,814 1,873 Junior 27,786 29,996 26,596 28,362 25,857 26,665 28,174 Junior 5,256 5,600 5,653 6,263 5,685 5,915 5,938 Senior 12,482 11,532 12,084 10,907 10,614 11,027 10,311 Senior 8,241 8,073 7,683 7,123 6,752 6,746 6,833 Graduate 10,445 10,443 10,258 10,188 10,483 10,820 10,882 Graduate 11,035 10,626 9,153 9,209 8,761 8,961 8,501 Subtotal 135, , , , , , ,109 Subtotal 31,878 30,761 29,526 29,794 28,154 28,454 28,348 School of Engineering College of Fine Arts Level Level Freshman 2,683 2,676 2,788 3,063 2,964 2,816 2,807 Freshman 6,165 6,149 7,602 8,580 8,588 9,028 9,656 Sophomore 2,077 2,079 2,119 2,124 1,969 1,858 1,874 Sophomore 4,165 4,337 4,119 4,228 4,175 3,910 3,970 Junior 3,863 3,735 3,462 3,580 3,741 3,500 3,919 Junior 3,266 2,940 3,059 3,430 3,143 3,215 3,415 Senior 2,847 3,023 2,780 2,580 2,643 2,813 2,859 Senior 2,542 2,360 2,583 2,294 2,174 1,956 2,039 Graduate 3,825 3,686 3,105 3,050 3,288 4,073 4,765 Graduate 1,320 1,239 1,172 1,190 1,252 1,373 1,349 Subtotal 15,295 15,199 14,254 14,397 14,605 15,060 16,224 Subtotal 17,458 17,025 18,535 19,722 19,332 19,482 20,429 The Robert O. Anderson Schools of Management Level Level Freshman Freshman Sophomore 1,491 1,443 1,479 1,623 1,758 1,731 1,872 Sophomore Junior 7,677 8,208 7,641 8,480 9,081 8,909 9,387 Junior Senior 2,518 2,668 2,908 2,680 3,401 3,795 4,002 Senior 1, Graduate 4,634 4,849 5,251 4,732 5,017 4,983 5,307 Graduate 1,296 1,446 1,292 1,430 1,371 1,636 1,792 Subtotal 17,106 17,696 17,996 18,031 19,833 19,676 20,745 Subtotal 4,131 4,170 3,826 4,074 3,811 4,024 4,655 Source: Student Credit Hours Report (January 2002), Office of Institutional Research School of Architecture and Planning UNM Fact Book - Page 20

29 Student Credit Hrs. by College & Course Level Main Campus (Fall 1996 to Fall 2002) College of Pharmacy Level Level Sophomore Freshman Junior Sophomore ,002 Senior 2,192 2,205 1, Junior 1,307 1,063 1,679 1,434 1,055 1,466 1,350 Graduate Senior 1,893 1,988 1,974 1,856 1,689 1,475 1,760 Professional 1,023 2,035 2,900 3,869 4,374 4,809 4,140 Graduate 1,013 1, ,325 1, Subtotal 4,097 4,669 4,594 4,489 4,644 4,909 4,238 Subtotal 4,969 4,757 4,739 5,347 4,482 4,482 5,020 University College Level Level Freshman ,402 Freshman Sophomore , Sophomore Junior , Junior 1,383 1,437 1,936 1, ,138 Senior Senior 1,566 1,453 1,576 2,026 1, Graduate Graduate 1, ,041 1,155 1,310 1,949 2,316 Subtotal 1,925 2,285 2,925 2,224 2,754 3,088 3,218 Professional 5,363 6,007 6,515 6,496 6,319 6,468 6,544 Subtotal 9,971 10,371 11,326 11,681 10,632 10,628 11,333 School of Law Other 1 Level Level Professional 5,130 5,026 4,965 5,102 4,981 4,852 4,790 Freshman Subtotal 5,130 5,026 4,965 5,102 4,981 4,852 4,790 Sophomore Junior Senior Subtotal ,318 1, Other includes LIBR and ROTC courses. Source: Student Credit Hours Report (January 2002), Office of Institutional Research College of Nursing School of Medicine UNM Fact Book - Page 21

30 Enrollment by Age, Fall First-Time Freshmen & Undergraduates, Main Campus First-Time Freshmen Undergraduates * Age Under ,206 2,340 2,245 2,052 2,382 2,383 2,551 2,433 2,225 2, ,909 2,147 2,267 2,207 2, ,661 1,936 2,035 2,165 2, ,595 1,678 1,855 1,987 2, ,330 1,426 1,374 1,556 1, , ,658 1,586 1,426 1,411 1, Over Unavailable Total 2,665 2,764 2,639 2,406 2,821 15,695 16,322 15,957 16,042 16,806 <= 24 years 99.7% 99.7% 99.6% 99.7% 99.5% 69.1% 70.9% 73.1% 73.9% 73.8% years 0.3% 0.2% 0.3% 0.2% 0.4% 12.9% 11.8% 10.8% 10.3% 11.0% years 0.0% 0.1% 0.1% 0.1% 0.1% 10.6% 9.7% 8.9% 8.8% 8.5% 40+ years 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 7.4% 7.6% 7.2% 7.0% 6.7% Median Age Mean Age * Includes first-time freshmen. Source: Office of Institutional Research UNM Fact Book - Page 22

31 Enrollment by Age, Fall Graduate/AGSM Students & Professional Students*, Main Campus Graduate & AGSM Students Age Under ,391 1,318 1,413 1,378 1, Over Unavailable Total 4,268 4,177 4,284 4,352 4, ,021 1,005 1, <= 24 years 10.4% 11.4% 12.0% 13.8% 15.0% 24.1% 25.0% 24.9% 24.7% 27.6% years 27.0% 27.6% 26.5% 27.4% 28.7% 40.6% 38.7% 38.5% 38.7% 37.4% years 32.6% 31.6% 33.0% 31.7% 31.3% 24.3% 24.6% 25.9% 25.5% 25.0% 40+ years 30.0% 29.5% 28.5% 27.1% 25.0% 11.1% 11.8% 10.6% 11.1% 9.8% Median Age Mean Age * Professional students include those in Law, Medicine, and PharmD. Source: Office of Institutional Research Professional Students* UNM Fact Book - Page 23

32 Enrollment by Age, Fall Non-Degree and Total, Main Campus Non-Degree Total Main Campus Age Under ,397 2,557 2,444 2,234 2, ,946 2,190 2,300 2,239 2, ,744 2,015 2,104 2,207 2, ,693 1,811 1,944 2,099 2, ,559 1,646 1,609 1,800 1, ,349 1,269 1,282 1,293 1, ,147 1,152 1,005 1,101 1, , ,036 3,920 3,732 3,660 3, ,649 2,630 2,319 2,202 2, ,017 1,053 Over Unavailable Total 3,068 2,984 2,522 2,438 2,360 23,958 24,504 23,768 23,859 24,705 <= 24 years 18.6% 18.3% 18.4% 19.1% 20.6% 50.4% 52.4% 54.2% 55.2% 56.0% years 20.7% 18.9% 19.2% 18.0% 17.5% 17.5% 16.5% 15.7% 15.4% 15.9% years 24.8% 25.6% 25.1% 25.0% 23.5% 16.8% 16.0% 15.7% 15.3% 14.8% 40+ years 35.8% 37.2% 37.3% 38.0% 38.3% 15.2% 15.1% 14.4% 14.0% 13.3% Median Age Mean Age Source: Office of Institutional Research UNM Fact Book - Page 24

33 Enrollment Branch Campuses & Education Center

34 Branch Campus Enrollment By Campus and Degree Status (Fall 1996 to Fall 2002) Enrollment by Degree-Seeking and Non-Degree Status Gallup Branch Campus Undergraduate 1,814 1,738 1,786 1,861 1,670 1,687 2,004 Non-Degree 1, Total 3,084 2,612 2,704 2,746 2,638 2,515 2,858 Los Alamos Branch Campus Undergraduate Non-Degree Total Taos Branch Campus Undergraduate Non-Degree Total ,052 1,013 1,048 1,231 1,632 Valencia Branch Campus Undergraduate 1,158 1,194 1,261 1,339 1,213 1,269 1,347 Non-Degree Total 1,491 1,507 1,555 1,648 1,574 1,560 1,710 Undergraduate 3,892 3,802 4,044 4,293 3,966 4,062 4,610 Non-Degree 2,640 2,138 2,148 2,072 2,154 2,127 2,480 Grand Total 6,532 5,940 6,192 6,365 6,120 6,189 7,090 Source: Fall 21-day enrollment files maintained by the Registrar's Office. Total Branch Campus Enrollment UNM Fact Book - Page 25

35 Enrollment, Fall Gallup Branch Campus Students Enrolled in Credit Courses Total Headcount 2,704 2,746 2,638 2,515 2,858 Full-Time 1,071 1, Part-Time 1,633 1,712 1,793 1,668 1, Avg. Hrs. per Sem Full-Time Equivalent 1,537 1,524 1,376 1,316 1, Average Age Females 1,777 1,853 1,774 1,743 1, Males African American American Indian 2,010 2,038 2,016 1,890 2, Asian/Pacific Island Hispanic White, non-hispanic International No Response Source: Fall 21-day enrollment files maintained by the Registrar's Office. Student Demographics UNM Fact Book - Page 26

36 Community Outreach Programs Gallup Branch Campus, to Adult Basic Education (ABE) Number of Students Completing Objectives and/or 12+ Hours of Instruction* Number Percentage Number of Students 1, Female 1, Male African American/Black American Indian 1, Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic White, non-hispanic No Response *These figures only reflect the number of students completing 12+ hrs. of ABE instruction and/or completing their educational objectives during the annual reporting period, as reported to the State of New Mexico for funding purposes. The State does not currently fund instructional/support services for other ABE students. Adult Basic Education (ABE) programs provide adults with the opportunity to acquire and improve basic reading, writing, and math skills, as well as English as a second language skills, citizenship skills, employability skills, and General Education Diploma (GED) preparation. Other Non-Credit Community Outreach Programs Number of Students/Clients Served Program Non-Credit Community Education Customized/Specialized Training Small Business Development Center Source: Gallup Branch Campus, Office of the Director UNM Fact Book - Page 27

37 Enrollment, Fall Los Alamos Branch Campus Students Enrolled in Credit Courses Total Headcount Full-Time Part-Time Avg. Hrs. per Sem Full-Time Equivalent Student Demographics Average Age Females Males African American American Indian Asian/Pacific Island Hispanic White, non-hispanic International No Response Source: Fall 21-day enrollment files maintained by the Registrar's Office UNM Fact Book - Page 28

38 Community Outreach Programs Los Alamos Branch Campus, to Adult Basic Education (ABE) Number of Students Completing Objectives and/or 12+ Hours of Instruction* Number Percentage Number of Students Female Male African American/Black American Indian Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic White, non-hispanic No Response *These figures only reflect the number of students completing 12+ hrs. of ABE instruction and/or completing their educational objectives during the annual reporting period, as reported to the State of New Mexico for funding purposes. The State does not currently fund instructional/support services for other ABE students. Adult Basic Education (ABE) programs provide adults with the opportunity to acquire and improve basic reading, writing, and math skills, as well as English as a second language skills, citizenship skills, employability skills, and General Education Diploma (GED) preparation. Other Non-Credit Community Outreach Programs Number of Students/Clients Served Program Non-Credit Community Education 1,576 1,798 1, ,437 Customized/Specialized Training 1,358 1, ,269 1,428 Small Business Development Center Source: Los Alamos Branch Campus, Office of the Director UNM Fact Book - Page 29

39 Enrollment, Fall Taos Branch Campus Students Enrolled in Credit Courses Total Headcount 1,052 1,013 1,048 1,231 1,632 Full-Time Part-Time , Avg. Hrs. per Sem Full-Time Equivalent Average Age Females Males African American American Indian Asian/Pacific Island Hispanic White, non-hispanic International No Response Source: Fall 21-day enrollment files maintained by the Registrar's Office. Student Demographics UNM Fact Book - Page 30

40 Community Outreach Programs Taos Branch Campus, to Adult Basic Education (ABE) Number of Students Completing Objectives and/or 12+ Hours of Instruction* Number Percentage ** ** Number of Students Female Male African American/Black American Indian Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic White, non-hispanic No Response *These figures only reflect the number of students completing 12+ hrs. of ABE instruction and/or completing their educational objectives during the annual reporting period, as reported to the State of New Mexico for funding purposes. The State does not currently fund instructional/support services for other ABE students. **Taos ABE program implemented January Adult Basic Education (ABE) programs provide adults with the opportunity to acquire and improve basic reading, writing, and math skills, as well as English as a second language skills, citizenship skills, employability skills, and General Education Diploma (GED) preparation. Other Non-Credit Community Outreach Programs Number of Students/Clients Served Program Non-Credit Community Education Customized/Specialized Training Small Business Development Center Source: Taos Education Center, Office of the Director UNM Fact Book - Page 31

41 Enrollment, Fall Valencia Branch Campus Students Enrolled in Credit Courses Total Headcount 1,555 1,648 1,574 1,560 1,710 Full-Time Part-Time Avg. Hrs. per Sem Full-Time Equivalent ,012 Student Demographics Average Age Females 1,088 1,142 1,076 1,095 1, Males African American American Indian Asian/Pacific Island Hispanic White, non-hispanic International No Response Source: Fall 21-day enrollment files maintained by the Registrar's Office UNM Fact Book - Page 32

42 Community Outreach Programs Valencia Branch Campus, to Number Percentage Number of Students 805 1, Female Male African American/Black American Indian Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic White, non-hispanic No Response *These figures only reflect the number of students completing 12+ hrs. of ABE instruction and/or completing their educational objectives during the annual reporting period, as reported to the State of New Mexico for funding purposes. The State does not currently fund instructional/support services for other ABE students. Adult Basic Education (ABE) programs provide adults with the opportunity to acquire and improve basic reading, writing, and math skills, as well as English as a second language skills, citizenship skills, employability skills, and General Education Diploma (GED) preparation. Program Non-Credit Community Education 1,645 1,619 1,186 1,541 1,872 Customized/Specialized Training ** 1,151 2,636 3,215 3,867 4,538 Small Business Development Center ** ** Duplicated headcount Adult Basic Education (ABE) Number of Students Completing Objectives and/or 12+ Hours of Instruction* Other Non-Credit Community Outreach Programs Number of Students/Clients Served Source: Valencia Branch Campus, Office of the Director UNM Fact Book - Page 33

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