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1 November 2014 FACT BOOK A REFERENCE GUIDE TO UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN SYSTEM STATISTICS AND GENERAL INFORMATION

2 ABOUT UW SYSTEM The University of Wisconsin System is one of the largest systems of public higher education in the country, serving approximately 180,000 students each fall and employing more than 40,000 faculty and staff statewide. The UW System is made up of 13 four-year universities, 13 freshman-sophomore UW Colleges campuses, and statewide UW-Extension Together, these institutions are a tremendous academic, cultural, and economic resource for Wisconsin, the nation, and the world. Fall Enrollment: Approximately 180,000 Annual Budget: $6.0 billion State Funding: $1.2 billion Gifts, Grants and Contracts Awarded: $1.5 billion OTHER PUBLICATIONS AVAILABLE Accountability Report: "Knowledge Powers Wisconsin's Future" Similar to the way corporations report to their stockholders, this annual report outlines how the university system holds itself accountable to students, alumni, Wisconsin citizens, and other stakeholders as it serves its students and the state of Wisconsin. To view current and past accountability reports, visit: Introduction to the UW System Geared toward prospective students and school counselors, this full-color overview of UW campuses and admissions guidelines is published each fall. To view online, visit: uwhelp.wisconsin.edu/introduction Economic Impact: $15+ billion annually Annual Degrees Awarded: More than 36,000 Annual Financial Report To view current and past financial reports, visit: fadmin/finrep/afr.htm

3 TABLE OF CONTENTS UW System Fact Book GENERAL INFORMATION History and Mission of the University of Wisconsin System...2 Organization and Roles... 3 Board of Regents... 5 UW System Administration Contacts... 7 Chancellors... 8 UW Colleges Campus Executive Officers/Deans...9 Institutions At-a-Glance Academic Year Calendar Academic Year Calendar STUDENT STATISTICS Student Statistics Definitions Fall 2013 Report of Headcount Enrollment...16 Fall 2013 Headcount Enrollment by State of Origin...18 Fall 2013 Headcount Enrollment by Wisconsin County of Origin...19 Fall 2013 Headcount Enrollment by Race/Ethnicity and Gender...20 Fall 2013 Headcount Enrollment by Age-Range and Gender...20 Fall 2013 Undergrad Enrollment by Gender and Full-Time/Part-Time Status...21 Fall Student Headcount, 10-Year History...21 UW-Extension Contacts and Enrollments...22 UW System Total Enrollments, Headcount Enrollments Historical Table, Fall Full-Time Equivalent Enrollments Historical Table, Fall UW Students of Color, 10-Year History...26 Transfer Students in the UW System Bachelor s Degrees Conferred Graduate/Professional Degrees Conferred...29 Degrees Conferred, 10-Year History Degrees Conferred, Students of Color, 10-Year History...31 Degrees Conferred, By Level and Gender, 10-Year History...31 FINANCE Budget Allocations by Institution and Source of Funds, Current Funds Revenues by Source Gifts, Grants and Contracts Awarded, 10-Year History...35 Expenditures by Functional and Natural Classification, Fiscal Year Expenditures by Function and Funding Source, Fiscal Year Undergraduate Student Costs, By Institution, 5-Year History...38 Percent of Budget Supported by State Taxes (GPR), 10-Year History...40 Cost of Education Paid by Resident Undergraduates, 10-Year History...40 Undergraduate Student Debt, Resident Undergraduate Expenses, Financial Aid Highlights, UW System Financial Aid Dollars by Institution, Financial Aid Grants by Type, UW System Dollar Volume of Financial Aid, 10-Year History...43 Funding for Capital Projects Physical Plant Statistics by University/Unit...45 FACULTY AND STAFF Budgeted Faculty and Staff Positions, Budgeted Faculty by Institution and Rank, UW System Employees by Race/Ethnicity, Gender and Employment Category...48 Women Faculty by Rank, 5-Year History...49 Multicultural Faculty, By Institution, Fall Average AAUP Salaries of Full-Time Faculty, Index TABLE OF CONTENTS 1

4 HISTORY AND MISSION OF THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN SYSTEM General Information Merger of Two Systems of Higher Education The University of Wisconsin System was created on October 11, 1971, by Chapter 100, Laws of 1971, which combined the two public university systems of the state under a single board of regents. The 1971 legislature set July 1, 1973, as the final date for completion of the merger, but the 1973 Assembly Bill 930, drafted with the help of a Merger Implementation Study Committee to achieve that objective, did not pass in the assembly until the spring session of 1974 and died for lack of senate action when the regular session ended. The bill passed both houses, as Senate Bill 2, in the special session in May 1974 and became law on July 9, The bill combined the former Chapter 36 (former University of Wisconsin) and Chapter 37 (former Wisconsin State Universities) to create a new Chapter 36 (University of Wisconsin System) of the Wisconsin Statutes. Chapter 36 (www.legis. state.wi.us/statutes/stat0036.pdf ) sets forth the mission and purpose of the University of Wisconsin System. This statute also describes: the responsibilities and powers of the Board of Regents, faculty and student roles in shared governance, faculty appointment and tenure rights, academic staff appointments, and other aspects involved in the administration of the University of Wisconsin System. Former University of Wisconsin The pre-merger University of Wisconsin was created by the state constitution and state law in At the time of merger in 1971, it consisted of the original land-grant university at Madison (1849); the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (merged in 1956); UW-Green Bay (1968) and UW-Parkside (1968) plus 10 freshman-sophomore centers (now colleges) and statewide Extension. Total 1971 enrollment was 69,554. Governance was by The Regents of the University of Wisconsin, a board of 10 members, nine appointed by the governor and confirmed by the senate for nine-year terms, the tenth being the state superintendent of public instruction who served ex-officio on both the UW and WSU boards. Former Wisconsin State Universities The Wisconsin State Universities system had its origins in an 1857 state law creating the Board of Regents of Normal Schools. The first of nine such institutions was opened at Platteville in 1866 and the last at Eau Claire in In 1927, the normal schools received authority to grant baccalaureate degrees in education and were renamed State Teachers Colleges. With the addition of liberal arts programs in 1951, they became Wisconsin State Colleges. (As a side note, UW-Stout was founded as a private institution in It was governed by a separate Board of Trustees from 1911, when it became a state institution, until 1955 when it was designated part of the Wisconsin State Colleges System.) In 1964, the Wisconsin State Colleges were designated Wisconsin State Universities. At the time of merger in 1971, the board had 14 members, including the state superintendent of public instruction and 13 citizens appointed by the governor and confirmed by the senate for five-year terms. The WSU system, then governed by the board, consisted of the nine universities and four freshman-sophomore branch campuses (now colleges) and had a total enrollment of 64,148. The University of Wisconsin System The 1971 merger law was approved after long debate by a margin of one vote in the senate. It combined the two systems under a single Board of Regents. The current UW System consists of two doctoral campuses (Madison, Milwaukee); eleven comprehensive campuses (Eau Claire, Green Bay, La Crosse, Oshkosh, Parkside, Platteville, River Falls, Stevens Point, Stout, Superior and Whitewater); thirteen two-year campuses called UW Colleges (Baraboo/Sauk County, Barron County, Fond du Lac, Fox Valley, Manitowoc, Marathon County, Marinette, Marshfield/Wood County, Richland, Rock County, Sheboygan, Washington County and Waukesha); and a statewide Extension with offices in every county. Each institution is named University of Wisconsin- followed by the location or name. Mission Statement The mission of the University of Wisconsin System is to develop human resources, to discover and disseminate knowledge, to extend knowledge and its application beyond the boundaries of its campuses, and to serve and stimulate society by developing in students heightened intellectual, cultural, and humane sensitivities, scientific, professional and technological expertise, and a sense of purpose. Inherent in this broad mission are methods of instruction, research, extended training, and public service designed to educate people and improve the human condition. Basic to every purpose of the UW System is the search for truth. 2 HISTORY AND MISSION OF THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN SYSTEM

5 ORGANIZATION AND ROLES The Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System The Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System consists of 18 members, 16 of whom are appointed by the Governor subject to confirmation by the Senate. Of these 16 members, 14 serve staggered, seven-year terms and serve without pay; and two are ex officio members. The two ex officio members are the state superintendent of public instruction and the president or a designee of the Wisconsin Technical College System Board. Two current UW System students are appointed to the board for two-year terms. One of the two students is a non-traditional student. The board is responsible for establishing policies and rules for governing the system, planning to meet future state needs for collegiate education, setting admission standards and policies, reviewing and approving university budgets, and establishing the regulatory framework within which the individual units are allowed to operate with as great a degree of autonomy as possible. The regents hold eight regular meetings per year. General Information The board is empowered to appoint the president of the university system, the chancellors of the 13 universities and UW-Extension and the UW Colleges, and the deans who head each of the 13 colleges. All serve at the pleasure of the board. The board grants tenure appointments to faculty members. The board president, vice president and other corporate officers are elected in June for one-year terms. The president of the board appoints members of the regents education; business and finance; audit; capital planning and budget; research, economic development, and innovation; personnel matters review; and student discipline and other student appeals committees, as well as special committees and external bodies. The regent executive committee consists of the president, vice president, chairs of five standing committees, immediate past president and one other member appointed by the president. Presidents of the Board of Regents W. Roy Kopp, Laurence A. Weinstein, Guy A. Gottschalk, Frank J. Pelisek, Paul R. Schilling, Toby E. Marcovich, Bertram N. McNamara, Thomas L. Lyon, David G. Walsh, Edward E. Hales, George K. Steil, Sr., Mark J. Bradley, Herbert J. Grover, Michael W. Grebe, Charles R. Pruitt, Joyce M. Erdman, Sheldon B. Lubar, Michael J. Spector, David E. Beckwith, San W. Orr, Jr., Brent P. Smith, Ben R. Lawton, Jay L. Smith, Michael J. Falbo, 2013 present Administration The president and chancellors of the University of Wisconsin System are charged with implementing regent policies and with administration of the institutions. The system administration, located in Madison, is responsible to the president of the system and assists the Board of Regents in establishing policies, reviewing the administration of such policies and planning the programmatic, financial and physical development of the system. Presidents of the UW System John C. Weaver, Kenneth A. Shaw, Richard J. Telfer (interim), Jan-Feb 2014 H. Edwin Young, Katharine C. Lyall (acting), Raymond W. Cross, 2014-present Robert M. O Neil, Katharine C. Lyall, Katharine C. Lyall (acting), Kevin P. Reilly, View more information on presidents at: As executive heads of their respective faculties and institutions, the chancellors are responsible for the administration of their units, including curriculum design; degree requirements; academic standards; grading systems; faculty appointments, evaluation, promotion and recommendations for tenure; and auxiliary services and budget management. ORGANIZATION AND ROLES 3

6 Degree Programs General Information All 13 universities award bachelor s and master s degrees. UW-Madison and UW-Milwaukee also confer doctoral degrees including clinical/ professional doctorates. UW-Eau Claire, UW-La Crosse, UW-Oshkosh, UW-Stevens Point confer clinical/professional doctorates in selected health areas. The UW Colleges offer the Associate of Arts and Science degree and the Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences degree; and six campuses offer the Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences degree in collaboration with UW comprehensive universities. Role of the Faculty in the UW System The merger law specifically provides that the faculty of each institution, subject to the responsibilities and powers of the board, the president and the chancellor of such institution, shall be vested with responsibility for the immediate governance of such institution and shall actively participate in institutional policy development. As such, the faculty shall have the primary responsibility for academic and educational activities and faculty personnel matters. The faculty of each institution shall have the right to determine their own faculty organizational structure and to select representatives to participate in institutional governance. Role of Academic Staff in the UW System Statutory provision for academic staff participation in governance was added in Act 29 of the Laws of 1985: The academic staff members of each institution, subject to the responsibilities and powers of the board, the president and the chancellor and faculty of the institution, shall be active participants in the immediate governance of and policy development for the institution... [They] have primary responsibility for the formulation and review, and shall be represented in the development, of all policies and procedures concerning academic staff members, including academic staff personnel matters. The academic staff members of each institution shall have the right to organize themselves in a manner they determine and to select their representatives to participate in institutional governance. Role of Classified Staff in the UW System On September 6, 2013, the Board of Regents adopted Regent Policy Document 20-20, under which classified staff may participate in institutional governance. The Board stated that the purpose of the policy is as follows: This policy enables active participation in the immediate decision-making and policy development of the institution. Active participation in governance for classified staff under this policy is not collective bargaining and will not result in a labor agreement or contract. Classified staff may make recommendations, consider proposals, and raise concerns to institutional leadership. The Board policy also provides that classified staff shall have the right to structure themselves in a manner that they determine, and to select their representatives to participate in institutional governance. Role of Students in the UW System The merger law provides that the students of each institution or campus subject to the responsibilities and powers of the board, the president, the chancellor and the faculty shall be active participants in the immediate governance of the policy development for such institutions. As such, students shall have primary responsibility for the formulation and review of policies concerning student life, services and interest. Students in consultation with the chancellor and subject to the final confirmation of the board shall have the responsibility for the disposition of those student fees which constitute substantial support for campus student activities. The students of each institution or campus shall have the right to organize themselves in a manner they determine and to select their representatives to participate in institutional governance. Coordination with the Wisconsin Technical College System Board Coordination of university and vocational-technical education programs is provided for by statute, making the president or his/her designee of each governing board an ex-officio member of the other board. In addition, the two boards have established a joint administrative committee to discuss collaboration and coordination in developing academic programs and in utilizing physical facilities. One major effort has been the development of the Transfer Information System (TIS). TIS is a computerized course equivalency and degree requirement matrix designed to provide students and staff with accurate, current and accessible information to assist students with decisions that will enable them to transfer into and between the UW System institutions and complete their degree programs without unnecessary delay. City and County Relationships with the UW Colleges and UW-Extension The counties and/or cities in which the UW Colleges are situated own and maintain the campuses, buildings and facilities. Educational programs, equipment and services are provided by the UW System. The colleges are important not only to the educational life of the communities they serve, but to their recreational and cultural life, as well. County UW-Extension offices are departments of county government. Wisconsin Statute 59.56, as passed in 1914 and amended over the years, permits county boards to establish and maintain an educational program in cooperation with University of Wisconsin-Extension. The county provides approximately 40 percent of salary support for county-based faculty. The county also provides adequate travel expenses, clerical support, office facilities and general supplies to meet the county programming needs. By statute, Extension agents (county-based educators) are employed with county, state and federal funds. Therefore, both the county and the University of Wisconsin-Extension are involved in selecting agents. 4 ORGANIZATION AND ROLES

7 BOARD OF REGENTS John R. Behling Weld, Riley, Prenn & Ricci, S.C Oakwood Hills Parkway Eau Claire, WI (715) Term ends: 2019 Mark J. Bradley Ruder Ware, LLSC P.O. Box First St., Suite 8000 Wausau, WI (715) Term ends: 2017 José M. Delgado Ridgeview Office Center I, Suite 290 N16W23217 Stone Ridge Drive Waukesha, WI (262) Term ends: 2021 Tony Evers Wisconsin Dept of Public Instruction P.O. Box 7841, 125 South Webster St. Madison, WI (608) Michael J. Falbo (President) N65W28587 Fairlane Drive Hartland, WI (414) Term ends: 2015 Margaret Farrow W262N2402 Deer Haven Drive Pewaukee, WI (414) Term ends: 2020 Eve Hall African American Chamber of Commerce 633 W. Wisconsin Avenue, Suite 1001 Milwaukee, WI Term ends: 2021 Nicolas Harsy V.E.T.S. 333 East Campus Mall, #3136 Madison, WI (608) Term ends: 2016 Tim Higgins ChiRho Services P.O. Box 2602 Appleton, WI (920) Term ends: 2018 Edmund Manydeeds Richie, Guettinger & Manydeeds, S.C. P.O. Box 1457 Eau Claire, WI (715) Term ends: 2017 Regina Millner (Vice President) P.O. Box 167 Madison, WI (608) Term ends: 2019 Janice Mueller 5 Sauk Creek Circle Madison, WI Term ends: 2020 Drew Petersen TDS Telecommunications Corp. 525 Junction Road, Suite 7000 Madison, WI (608) Charles R. Pruitt A.B. Data, Ltd. 600 A B Data Drive Milwaukee, WI (414) Term ends: 2016 Anicka Purath 5244 Zachary Drive Mount Pleasant, WI (262) Term ends: 2015 José F. Vásquez 2657 LeFeber Avenue Wauwatosa, WI (414) Term ends: 2016 David G. Walsh Foley & Lardner P.O. Box E. Gilman St. Madison, WI (608) Term ends: 2015 Gerald Whitburn 827 Parcher Street Wausau, WI (715) Term ends: 2018 Office of the Board of Regents Jane S. Radue, Executive Director Jess Lathrop, Special Assistant Tou Her, Program and Policy Analyst Megan Wasley, Administrative Assistant 1860 Van Hise Hall 1220 Linden Drive Madison, WI phone: (608) Visit the Board of Regents website Regent bios Meeting documents Minutes Reports Policies Archive and more General Information BOARD OF REGENTS 5

8 BOARD OF REGENTS General Information Officers Michael J. Falbo, President Regina M. Millner, Vice President Jane S. Radue, Corporate Secretary Standing Committees Executive Michael Falbo (Chair) Regina Millner (Vice Chair) Mark Bradley Margaret Farrow Tim Higgins Edmund Manydeeds Janice Mueller Charles Pruitt Gerald Whitburn Business and Finance Janice Mueller (Chair) Charles Pruitt (Vice Chair) John Behling José Delgado Margaret Farrow Nicolas Harsy Tim Higgins David Walsh Capital Planning and Budget Edmund Manydeeds (Chair) José Delgado (Vice Chair) Tony Evers Janice Mueller Anicka Purath José Vásquez David Walsh Gerald Whitburn Audit Gerald Whitburn (Chair) Margaret Farrow (Vice Chair) Tim Higgins Janice Mueller Charles Pruitt vacant, Trust Officer Tomas L. Stafford, Assistant Trust Officer Douglas Hoerr, Assistant Trust Officer Education Mark Bradley (Chair) Gerald Whitburn (Vice Chair) Tony Evers Eve Hall Edmund Manydeeds Drew Petersen Anicka Purath José Vásquez Research, Economic Development, and Innovation Tim Higgins (Chair) Drew Petersen (Vice Chair) John Behling Mark Bradley Margaret Farrow Eve Hall Nicolas Harsy Charles Pruitt Personnel Matters Review Edmund Manydeeds (Chair) John Behling Mark Bradley Eve Hall Gerald Whitburn Student Discipline and Other Student Appeals Tim Higgins (Chair) John Behling Tony Evers Margaret Farrow Nicolas Harsy Faculty and Academic Staff Collective Bargaining NA The Regent President and Vice President serve as ex-officio voting members of all committees Regular Meeting Schedule 2015 Regular Meeting Schedule February 6-7, 2014 (hosted by UW-Madison) February 5-6, 2015 (hosted by UW-Madison) March 6, 2014 March 5, 2015 April 10-11, 2014 (hosted by UW-River Falls) April 9-10, 2015 (hosted by UW Colleges and UW-Extension at UW-Waukesha) June 5-6, 2014 (hosted by UW-Milwaukee) June 4-5, 2015 (hosted by UW-Milwaukee) August 21-22, 2014 (hosted by UW-Oshkosh) July 9, 2015 October 9-10, 2014 (hosted by UW-Stevens Point) September 10-11, 2015 (hosted by UW-Whitewater) November 6, 2014 October 8-9, 2015 December 4-5, 2014 December 10-11, 2015 Location of regular meetings, unless otherwise indicated: Van Hise Hall, Room 1820, 1220 Linden Drive, Madison 6 BOARD OF REGENTS

9 UW SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION CONTACTS Name Title Office* Ray Cross President 1720 VH Phone (area 608) Assistant Marian Rockholt Jill H. Mueller Ruth Anderson Asst. VP, Administrative Services 105 RGT Kristine Andrews Assoc. VP, Federal Relations 1764 VH Monica Rice David Brukardt Assoc. VP, Economic Development 1660 VH Monica Rice Al Crist Sr. Assoc. VP, HR & Workforce Diversity 1564 VH Teresa Butters Julie Gordon Assoc. VP, Financial Administration 254 RGT Deb Zurkirchen Freda Harris Assoc. VP, Budget & Planning 1520 VH Douglas Hoerr Director, Trust Funds 305 RGT vacant Heather Kim Assoc. VP, Policy Analysis & Research 1530 VH Kelly Campbell Stephen Kolison Assoc. VP, Academic, Faculty, & Global Programs 1642 VH Ann Fisher David L. Miller Sasi Pillay Jane S. Radue Alexandria Roe Sr. VP, Administration & Fiscal Affairs Assoc. VP, Learning & Information Technology Exec. Director & Corporate Sec. of the Board of Regents Assoc. VP, Capital Planning & Budget 1752 VH Kathy Dickerson (interim) 1552 VH Diana Trendt 1860 VH Megan Wasley 245 RGT Lisa Tessman Tomas Stafford General Counsel 1856 VH Alicia Boll Lori Stortz Chief Audit Executive 240 RGT Deb Zurkirchen Diann Sypula Director, Service Center (interim) 201 WW Gina Barbosa Jessica Tormey Chief of Staff 1708 VH Jill Hassenfelt vacant Vice President, Finance 1624 VH Kathy Dickerson James Villa Vice President, University Relations 1760 VH Kristie Nielson David J. Ward Sr. VP, Academic & Student Affairs (interim) 1730 VH Kristy Gorman Vicki Washington Assoc. VP, Inclusivity, Diversity, Equity & Student Success 1604 VH Catherine King Brinsen Wynn General Information *RGT = 780 Regent Street, Madison, VH = Van Hise Hall, 1220 Linden Drive, Madison, WW = 660 W. Washington Avenue, Madison, UW SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION CONTACTS 7

10 CHANCELLORS General Information Institution/Address Name Phone/Assistant Address UW Colleges 432 N. Lake St. Madison UW-Eau Claire 105 Garfield Ave. Eau Claire UW-Extension 432 N. Lake St. Madison UW-Green Bay 2420 Nicolet Dr. Green Bay UW-La Crosse 1725 State St. La Crosse UW-Madison 500 Lincoln Dr. Madison UW-Milwaukee PO Box 413 Milwaukee UW-Oshkosh 800 Algoma Blvd. Oshkosh UW-Parkside 900 Wood Road Kenosh UW-Platteville 1 University Plaza Platteville UW-River Falls 410 South Third St. River Falls UW-Stevens Point 2100 Main St. Stevens Point UW-Stout 712 S. Broadway Menomonie UW-Superior Belknap & Catlin Superior UW-Whitewater 800 W. Main St. Whitewater Cathy A. Sandeen (designate) James Schmidt Cathy A. Sandeen (designate) Gary L. Miller Joe Gow Rebecca Blank Mark Mone (interim) Andrew J. Leavitt Deborah Ford Dennis J. Shields Dean Van Galen Bernie L. Patterson Robert M. Meyer Renée Wachter Richard J. Telfer Barb Sandridge Jan Sloan Barb Sandridge Paula Marcec Judith Albert Mary E. Erickson Jackie Lichey Mary Simon Diane Donnelly Joyce Burkholder Dianne Monteith Jean Scherer Lori Exner Joy Johnson Rebecca Reichert edu Year Appointed edu CHANCELLORS

11 UW COLLEGES CAMPUS EXECUTIVE OFFICERS/DEANS UW System Fact Book College/Address Name Phone/Assistant Address UW-Baraboo/Sauk County 1006 Connie Road Baraboo UW-Barron County 1800 College Drive Rice Lake UW-Fond du Lac 400 University Drive Fond du Lac UW-Fox Valley 1478 Midway Road Menasha UW-Manitowoc 705 Viebahn Street Manitowoc UW-Marathon County 518 South 7th Avenue Wausau UW-Marinette 750 West Bay Shore Street Marinette UW-Marshfield/Wood County 2000 West 5th Street Marshfield UW-Richland 1200 Highway 14 West Richland Center UW-Rock County 2909 Kellogg Avenue Janesville UW-Sheboygan One University Drive Sheboygan UW-Washington County 400 University Drive West Bend UW-Waukesha 1500 University Drive Waukesha UW Colleges Online 34 Schroeder Ct. Suite 200 Madison Tracy White Dean Yohnk John Short Martin Rudd Charles Clark Keith Montgomery Paula Langteau Patricia Stuhr Patrick Hagen Carmen Wilson Jackie Joseph- Silverstein A. Paul Price Harry Muir Glena Temple Christine Clark x5427 Dawn Dodge Renee Anderson Juli McGuire Ann Laforce Charlene Schmidt x4339 Roseann Stenstrup Anna Komanecki x222 Lori Norman x310 Susan Hopkins Theresa Klubertanz Joy Markelz Terry Seil Brenda Dugan Olivia Kroll Year Appointed edu uwc.edu General Information UW COLLEGES CAMPUS EXECUTIVE OFFICERS/DEANS 9

12 General Information INSTITUTIONS AT-A-GLANCE UW-EAU CLAIRE Eau Claire, WI Tel.: (715) Web: Founded: 1916 Chancellor: James Schmidt Fall 2013 Enrollment: 10,907 Academic Programs: 53 undergraduate majors; 11 master s degrees; educational specialist degree; doctor of nursing practice (DNP) Student Newspaper: The Spectator, twice weekly; The Flip Side, biweekly Radio Station: WUEC-FM, 89.7 MHz., 5,000 watts Budget: $218,255,264 UW-GREEN BAY Green Bay, WI Tel.: (920) Web: Founded: 1965 Chancellor: Gary L. Miller Fall 2013 Enrollment: 6,667 Academic Programs: 40 undergraduate majors; 6 master s programs (Applied Leadership for Teaching and Learning, Management, Environmental Science and Policy, Social Work, Sustainable Management, Leadership and Management in Health Systems) Student Newspaper: The Fourth Estate, weekly Radio Station: WPNE-FM, 89.3 MHz.; WHID-FM, 88.1 MHz (located on UW-Green Bay campus and operated by the Wisconsin Educational Communications Board and UW-Extension) Budget: $125,857,522 UW-LA CROSSE La Crosse, WI Tel.: (608) Web: Founded: 1909 Chancellor: Joe Gow Fall 2013 Enrollment: 10,502 Academic Programs: 45 undergraduate majors; 17 master s degrees; education specialist; doctor of physical therapy; 3 certificate programs Student Newspaper: The Racquet, weekly Radio Station: WLSU-FM, 88.9 Mhz, 8,200 watts, and WHLA-FM, 90.3 Mhz, 100,000 watts, affiliated with Wisconsin Public Radio. TV: 75 cable channels, 5 in-house channels, direct cablecasting to community, fiber campus wide, Video Over IP with multiport bridging, satellite downlinking, audio conferencing capabilities, digital media creation and production Budget: $218,564,956 UW-MADISON Madison, WI Tel.: (608) Web: Founded: 1848 Chancellor: Rebecca Blank Fall 2013 Enrollment: 42,903 Academic Programs: 134 undergraduate majors; master s degrees in 147 disciplines; Ph.Ds in 107 disciplines; 7 professional practice doctorates (M.D.; J.D.; Aud. w/ UWSP; DNP; D.V.M.; Pharm.D.; DPT); S.J.D. Student Newspapers: Daily Cardinal (daily); Badger Herald (daily) Radio Stations: WHA* 970 KHz, 4,340 watts; WERN-FM* 88.7 MHz, 25,000 watts; WSUM 91.7 MHz, 5,500 watts TV: WHA-TV*, Ch. 21, 60-mile radius Budget: $2,857,763,138 *Located on campus and operated by the Wisconsin Educational Communications Board and UW-Extension UW-MILWAUKEE Milwaukee, WI Tel.: (414) Web: Founded: 1885 Chancellor: Mark Mone (interim) Fall 2013 Enrollment: 27,784 Academic Programs: 94 undergraduate majors; 60 master s degrees, education specialist; 34 doctoral; 2 professional practice doctorates (DNP; DPT) Radio Station: WUWM-FM, 89.7 Mhz, 13,500 watts Budget: $698,204,159 UW-OSHKOSH Oshkosh, WI Tel.: (920) Web: Founded: 1871 Chancellor: Andrew J. Leavitt Fall 2013 Enrollment: 13,902 Academic Programs: 62 undergraduate majors; master s degrees in 19 disciplines, 5 graduate achievement programs, 19 certificate programs; professional practice doctorate (DNP) Student Newspaper: Advance-Titan, semi-weekly Radio Station: WRST-FM, 90.3 MHz; 960 watts TV: closed-circuit on campus, cable casting on the Time Warner Cable System in Oshkosh Budget: $250,173,654 UW-PARKSIDE Somers, WI Tel.: (262) Web: Founded: 1968 Chancellor: Deborah Ford Fall 2013 Enrollment: 4,617 Academic Programs: 37 undergraduate majors; 4 master s degrees: Business Administration (MBA), Applied Molecular Biology (MSAMB), Computer and Information Systems (MSCIS), Sustainable Management Student Newspaper: The Ranger News, weekly Radio Station: WIPZ web streaming Budget: $101,631,707 UW-PLATTEVILLE Platteville, WI Tel.: (608) Web: Founded: 1866 Chancellor: Dennis J. Shields Fall 2013 Enrollment: 8,717 Academic Programs: 44 undergraduate majors (2 are delivered via distance ed); 11 master s programs, including a joint International Master s, 6 web-based master s programs, and 3 on-campus graduate programs. Student Newspaper: Exponent, weekly Radio Station: WSUP-FM, 90.5 MHz., 1,000 watts TV: One campus-originated cable channel that provides educational access to city of Platteville. ITFS origination and receive; satellite downlinking; compressed videoconferencing; fiber optic network Budget: $183,887, INSTITUTIONS AT-A-GLANCE

13 UW-RIVER FALLS River Falls, WI Tel.: (715) Web: Founded: 1874 Chancellor: Dean Van Galen Fall 2013 Enrollment: 6,171 Academic Programs: 51 undergraduate majors; master s degrees in 12 disciplines, education specialist degree in school psychology, and 4 postbaccalaureate certificate programs Student Newspaper: The Student Voice, weekly Radio Station: WRFW-FM, 88.7 MHz, 3,000 watts TV: Four campus-originated channels including one automated bulletin board, a closed-circuit student film channel, a channel for satellite downlinks and channel 19, student organization local access for campus and the communities of Hudson and River Falls. Satellite downlinking, video/ip conferencing, video production, athletic event streaming, and DVD authoring Budget: $132,476,993 UW-STEVENS POINT Stevens Point, WI Tel.: (715) Web: Founded: 1894 Chancellor: Bernie L. Patterson Fall 2013 Enrollment: 9,643 Academic Programs: 58 undergraduate majors; master s degrees in 13 programs; professional practice doctorate (Aud. w/ UW-Madison) Student Newspaper: The Pointer, weekly Radio Station: WWSP-FM, 89.9 MHz., 30,000 watts. Charter Cable TV ch. 998; IP high definition videoconferencing; C and Ku band satellite downlinking Budget: $214,388,513 UW-STOUT Menomonie, WI Tel.: (715) Web: Founded: 1891 Chancellor: Robert M. Meyer Fall 2013 Enrollment: 9,286 Academic Programs: 45 undergraduate majors; 21 master s degrees; education specialist degrees in Career and Technical Education and School Psychology; and doctor of education in Career and Technical Ed. Student Newspaper: Stoutonia, weekly Technology: 1,100 wireless access points providing up to 300 Mbs of bandwidth. WiFi network ave. 5,200 unique users a day. Campus internet connection is 2Gbs. Wired connections are 100 Mbs or 1GB speeds. 62 mediated general classrooms, 71 mediated labs, 3 distance education labs, 1 distance ed./video production studio Budget: $200,944,224 UW-SUPERIOR Superior, WI Tel.: (715) Web: Founded: 1893 Chancellor: Renée Wachter Fall 2013 Enrollment: 2,656 Academic Programs: 33 undergraduate majors; master s degrees in 6 disciplines; specialist degree in educational administration Student Newspaper: The Stinger Radio Station: KUWS-FM, 91.3 MHz, 83 kilowatts Technology: 200 wireless access points providing 300 Mbs of bandwidth. WiFi network ave. 1,500 unique users a day. Campus internet connection is 600 Mbs. Wired connections are 100 Mbs or 1GB speeds Budget: $74,409,334 UW-WHITEWATER Whitewater, WI Tel.: (262) Web: Founded: 1868 Chancellor: Richard J. Telfer Fall 2013 Enrollment: 12,015 Academic Programs: 49 undergraduate majors; master s degrees in 11 disciplines; 1 cooperative graduate program; 7 post-baccalaureate certificate programs Student Newspaper: The Royal Purple, weekly Radio Station: WSUW-FM, 91.7 MHz., 1300 watts TV: Closed circuit system on campus provides 81 channels of programming including two local channels. Cable 19 is a student operated television service which features student produced sports, news and public affairs, arts, and entertaining programming that can also be seen in the City of Whitewater. The Residence Hall Movie Channel (Channel 16) shows contemporary and classic films for students living in residence halls Budget: $218,157,324 UW COLLEGES Central Office: 432 N. Lake St. Madison, WI Tel.: (608) Web: Chancellor: Cathy A. Sandeen (designate) Fall 2013 Enrollment: 14,058 at 13 campuses and online Academic Programs: Freshman, sophomore, liberal arts general education, pre-professional studies, Associate of Arts and Science degree,and Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences degree (at 6 campuses); also collaborative bachelor and master degree, certificate, credit and non-credit continuing education, and community outreach programs. Student Newspapers: at 7 campuses Budget: $143,542,578 (For a listing of all Colleges, locations, telephone numbers and Deans, see page 9.) UW-EXTENSION Administrative Office: 432 N. Lake St. Madison, WI Tel.: (608) Web: Founded: 1891 Chancellor: Cathy A. Sandeen (designate) contacts and enrollments: see page 22 Programming divisions: Broadcasting and Media Innovations; Continuing Education, Outreach and E-Learning; Cooperative Extension; Entrepreneurship and Economic Development Radio: Wisconsin Public Radio, a partnership with the Wisconsin Educational Communications Board. Network of 34 stations around the state. TV: Wisconsin Public Television, a partnership with the Wisconsin Educational Communications Board. Six broadcast stations covering the entire state with the exception of Milwaukee. Area Served: Statewide. UW-Extension faculty/staff in every county Extension Office and at all UW System institutions and 3 tribal nations. Facilities: Provided by the 72 Wisconsin counties, UW-Extension conference centers in Madison, and UW System university/college facilities statewide Budget: $232,217,664 General Information INSTITUTIONS AT-A-GLANCE 11

14 ACADEMIC YEAR CALENDAR General Information Semester I Institution Faculty Contract Year Registration Advising Classes Begin Semester Ends Commencement Eau Claire 8/19-5/18 8/27-8/29 9/3 12/21 12/21 Green Bay 8/26-5/25 8/26-8/30 9/3 12/18 12/14 La Crosse 8/26-5/25 8/31-9/2 9/3 12/27 12/15 Madison 8/26 8/26 9/3 12/21 12/22 Milwaukee 8/19-5/18 8/26-8/30 9/3 12/21 12/22 Oshkosh Any 39 weeks between 6/10/13 and 6/6/14 9/3 9/4 1/24 12/14 Parkside 8/25-5/24 4/1 9/4 12/13 12/14 Platteville 8/20-5/19 8/20-8/30 9/3 12/20 12/14 River Falls 8/26-5/25 8/26-8/30 9/4 12/19 12/15 Stevens Point 8/26-5/25 8/28-8/30 9/3 12/20 12/14 Stout 8/26-5/25 9/3, 9/4 & 10/24 9/5 12/20 12/14 Superior 8/26-5/26 8/26-8/30 9/3 12/20 12/14 Whitewater 8/21-5/20 8/21-8/30 9/3 12/23 12/14 Colleges 8/26-5/25 8/26-8/30 9/3 12/20 -- Semester II Institution Interim Registration Advising Classes Begin Spring Recess Semester Ends Commencement Eau Claire 1/2-1/17 1/16-1/17 1/21 3/17-3/21 5/16 5/17 Green Bay 1/2-1/23 1/13-1/24 1/27 3/15-3/23 5/16 5/17 La Crosse 1/6-1/24 1/21 1/27 3/15-3/23 5/23 5/11 Madison -- 1/13 1/21 3/15-3/23 5/17 5/16-5/18 Milwaukee 1/2-1/17 1/13-1/17 1/21 3/16-3/23 5/17 5/18 Oshkosh 1/6-1/24 1/31 2/3 3/23-3/30 6/6 5/17 Parkside 1/6-1/31 11/4 2/3 3/23-3/30 5/16 5/17 Platteville 1/6-1/17 1/8-1/17 1/21 3/15-3/23 5/16 5/10 River Falls 12/21-1/25 1/21-1/24 1/27 3/15-3/21 5/15 5/17 Stevens Point 1/2-1/17 1/15-1/17 1/21 3/15-3/23 5/16 5/17 Stout 1/6-1/25 4/2 1/27 3/15-3/23 5/16 5/10 Superior 12/26-1/17 1/13-1/17 1/21 3/17-3/21 5/16 5/17 Whitewater 1/3-1/17 1/13-1/17 1/21 3/21-3/31 5/20 5/17 Colleges -- 1/13-1/17, 1/21-1/24 1/27 3/17-3/21 5/ ACADEMIC YEAR CALENDAR

15 ACADEMIC YEAR CALENDAR Semester I Institution Faculty Contract Year Registration Advising Classes Begin Semester Ends Commencement Eau Claire 8/25-5/24 8/27-8/29 9/2 12/19 12/20 Green Bay 8/25-5/24 8/25-8/29 9/2 12/17 12/13 La Crosse 8/25-5/24 8/29-9/1 9/2 12/29 12/14 Madison 8/25-5/24 Varies by Major 9/2 12/20 12/21 Milwaukee 8/18 5/17 8/25-8/29 9/2 12/20 12/14 Oshkosh Any 39 weeks between 6/16/14 and 6/5/15 Begins 9/2 9/3 1/23 12/13 Parkside 8/24-5/23 Begins 4/14 9/3 12/12 12/13 Platteville 8/19-5/19 8/19-8/29 9/2 12/19 12/13 River Falls 8/25-5/24 8/25-8/29 9/3 12/18 12/13 Stevens Point 8/25-5/24 8/27-8/29 9/2 12/19 12/13 Stout 8/25-5/24 9/1-9/2,10/22 9/3 12/19 12/13 Superior 8/24-5/24 Begins 10/13 9/2 12/19 12/13 Whitewater 8/20-5/19 8/20-8/29 9/3 12/23 12/13 Colleges 8/25-5/24 8/25-8/29 9/2 12/22 -- General Information Semester II Institution Interim Registration Advising Classes Begin Spring Recess Semester Ends Commencement Eau Claire 1/5-1/23 1/22 1/23 1/26 3/23-3/27 5/22 5/23 Green Bay 1/2-1/23 1/12-1/23 1/26 3/14-3/22 5/15 5/16 La Crosse 1/5 1/23 1/24-1/25 1/26 3/13 3/23 5/22 5/10 Madison -- Varies by Major 1/20 3/28-4/5 5/16 5/15-5/17 Milwaukee 1/5-1/22 1/20-1/23 1/26 3/15-3/22 5/16 5/17 Oshkosh 1/5-1/23 Begins 1/30 2/2 3/22-3/29 6/5 5/16 Parkside 1/5-1/31 Begins 11/10/14 2/2 3/29-4/5 5/15 5/16 Platteville 1/5-1/16 1/7-1/16 1/20 3/14-3/22 5/15 5/9 River Falls 12/26-1/24 1/20-1/23 1/26 3/14-3/20 5/14 5/16 Stevens Point 1/5-1/17 1/14-1/16 1/20 3/14-3/22 5/15 5/16 Stout 1/5-1/24 3/31 1/26 3/14-3/22 5/15 5/9 Superior 12/26-1/16 Begins 3/9 1/20 3/16-3/20 5/15 5/16 Whitewater 12/29-1/16 1/12-1/16 1/20 3/20-3/30 5/19 5/16 Colleges -- 1/12-1/16 & 1/20-1/23 1/26 3/23-3/27 5/19 -- ACADEMIC YEAR CALENDAR

16 STUDENT STATISTICS DEFINITIONS ASSOCIATE DEGREE The award designating the completion of an academic program requiring two years of full-time preparation. Associate degrees are awarded by all of the freshman/sophomore UW Colleges and several of the UW comprehensive institutions. BACHELOR S DEGREE The award designating the completion of an academic program requiring four, but not more than five, years of full-time preparation. COMPREHENSIVE UNIVERSITY The 11 UW System universities that are primarily designated as bachelor s and master s degree granting institutions. DEGREES CONFERRED The number of degrees awarded during a fiscal year (July 1-June 30). DOCTORATE-RESEARCH/SCHOLARSHIP DEGREE A Ph.D. or other doctor s degree that requires advanced work beyond the master s level, including the preparation and defense of a dissertation based on original research, or the planning and execution of an original project demonstrating substantial artistic or scholarly achievement. Student Statistics DOCTORAL UNIVERSITY The designation for UW System institutions that confer a significant number of doctorate-research/scholarship degrees in addition to bachelor s and master s degrees. FULL-TIME EQUIVALENT (FTE) An enrollment calculation representing one student enrollment at full credit load. FTE calculation is based on the number of credits carried divided by 15, 12 or 7, depending on the student s program (undergraduate, graduate, doctoral-research/scholarship, professional practice) level. FULL-TIME/PART-TIME STATUS An enrollment category based on a student s credit load. Full-time undergraduates have 12 or more credits. Full-time master s, education specialist, clinical doctorate, and graduate specials have 8 or more credits at UW-Madison and UW-Milwaukee, and 9 or more credits at all other campuses. GENDER A designation of the sex of the student - male or female. GEOGRAPHIC ORIGIN (STATE) The state in which the student resided at the time of application. Students not from one of the 50 United States are grouped into 3 additional categories - International, U.S. Territories, and U.S. Citizens Abroad. GRADUATE/PROFESSIONAL This category includes both students seeking a graduate degree (master s, education specialist, or Ph.D.) and professional practice students (who are seeking a degree in medicine, pharmacy, veterinary medicine, or a clinical doctorate degree). Non-degree seeking students, who are assessed graduate fees, are also included in this category. GRADUATE/PROFESSIONAL DEGREE This grouping reports degrees at the doctorate-research/scholarship, master s, and professional practice level. HEADCOUNT The number of students attending a specific UW System institution. Students attending more than one UW institution are counted once at each institution that they are attending. INSTITUTION One of the UW comprehensive or doctoral campuses or the UW Colleges as a collective group. MASTER S DEGREE The award designating the completion of an academic program requiring at least one but not more than two years of full-time preparation beyond the bachelor s degree. NEW FRESHMAN/NEW STUDENT A degree-seeking undergraduate who enrolling for the first time in a UW System institution and is not transferring credits from any other institution. All new degree-seeking undergraduate students, whether or not they are freshmen by classification/credits, are categorized as new freshmen. On reports including both classification and entrance status, the sum of new freshmen, new sophomores, new juniors, and new seniors will equal the new freshman total on other reports. 14 STUDENT STATISTICS DEFINITIONS

17 RACE/ETHNICITY A student s self-reported race/ethnicity. International students are classified as a group regardless of race/ethnicity. Beginning in fall 2008, students were allowed to specify more than one race/ethnicity. Hawaiian/Pacific Islander was also added as a separate race/ethnicity category; prior to 2008, these students were included in the Other Asian group. The Hispanic/Latino category includes students identifying as Hispanic/ Latino alone or in combination with other race/ethnicities. Students who chose not to provide a race/ethnicity are reported in the Unknown category. RECIPROCITY A student who is authorized for a tuition rate based on a reciprocity agreement. Most of these students participate through the reciprocity agreement with Minnesota; a few students participate through an agreement with Michigan. RE-ENTRY STUDENT A student who was enrolled at a particular institution, left for one or more terms, and then re-enrolled at the original institution. RE-ENTRY/TRANSFER STUDENT A student who had previously attended an institution, left for one or more semesters, and is returning to the same institution with transferable credits. RESIDENT STATUS A student s resident status for fee purposes (determined by the Registrar at each institution). A student is designated as a Wisconsin resident, a Minnesota or Michigan reciprocity student, or a non-resident. Students participating in tuition discount programs such as Return to Wisconsin, UW-Platteville s Tri-State program, and the Midwest Student Exchange Program are included in the non-resident category. SPECIAL STUDENT A student who is enrolled in courses but is not enrolled in a degree program. Student Statistics TRANSFER STUDENT A transfer student is a student who previously earned credits at another institution. UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT A student who is enrolled in an associate or bachelor s degree program or enrolled as a special (non-degree seeking) student assessed undergraduate fees. UW COLLEGES A designation for the 13 UW System freshman/sophomore campuses and UW Colleges Online that grant associate degrees and/or prepare students to transfer to four-year institutions. WISCONSIN COUNTY OF ORIGIN The county in which students from Wisconsin resided at the time of application. The following pages contain only a fraction of the student statistics available from the UW System. For more extensive information on enrollments, degree attainment, financial aid, retention and graduation, transfer students, and how the UW System compares nationally, please see the UW System Office of Policy Analysis & Research website at or contact the office at (608) , STUDENT STATISTICS DEFINITIONS 15

18 FALL 2013 REPORT OF HEADCOUNT ENROLLMENT Undergraduate and Specials Student Statistics Fresh. Soph. Junior Senior Special Eau Claire 2,504 2,251 2,178 3, Resident 1,743 1,669 1,622 2, Non-Resident Green Bay 959 1,159 1,376 2, Resident 877 1,078 1,289 2, Non-Resident La Crosse 2,510 2,181 2,158 2, Resident 2,024 1,716 1,777 2, Non-Resident Madison 5,208 6,260 7,475 10,225 1,804 Resident 3,219 3,566 4,706 6,742 1,269 Non-Resident 1,989 2,694 2,769 3, Milwaukee 4,731 5,030 4,840 7,130 1,273 Resident 4,115 4,545 4,485 6,694 1,151 Non-Resident Oshkosh 2,661 2,028 2,334 3,596 2,004 Resident 2,501 1,919 2,251 3,438 1,963 Non-Resident Parkside 1,211 1, , Resident 1, , Non-Resident Platteville 2,335 1,626 1,676 2, Resident 1,759 1,248 1,276 1, Non-Resident River Falls 1,443 1,225 1,197 1, Resident Non-Resident Stevens Point 2,314 1,785 1,996 3, Resident 2,011 1,585 1,786 2, Non-Resident Stout 2,116 1,505 1,750 2, Resident 1, ,173 1, Non-Resident Superior Resident Non-Resident Whitewater 2,357 2,798 2,328 2, Resident 1,934 2,350 2,018 2, Non-Resident Universities 30,841 29,309 30,706 43,427 7,821 Resident 23,525 22,368 23,928 34,474 6,532 Non-Resident 7,316 6,941 6,778 8,953 1,289 Colleges 7,943 3, ,220 Resident 7,662 3, ,974 Non-Resident Baraboo Barron Fond du Lac Fox Valley 1, Manitowoc Marathon Marinette Marshfield Richland Rock Sheboygan Washington Waukesha 1, UWC Online UW System Total 38,784 33,157 30,751 43,429 10,041 Resident 31,187 26,134 23,973 34,476 8,506 Non-Resident 7,597 7,023 6,778 8,953 1,535 Note: Non-resident includes Minnesota and Michigan reciprocity students. 16 FALL 2013 REPORT OF HEADCOUNT ENROLLMENT

19 FALL 2013 REPORT OF HEADCOUNT ENROLLMENT Graduate and Professional Totals UW System Fact Book Grad Grad Sp Law Med. Pharm. Vet. Prof. Doc. Men Women Total ,459 6,448 10,907 Eau Claire ,341 4,666 8,007 Res ,118 1,782 2,900 Non-Res ,310 4,357 6,667 Green Bay ,126 4,043 6,169 Res Non-Res ,498 6,004 10,502 La Crosse ,614 4,731 8,345 Res ,273 2,157 Non-Res. 9, ,110 21,793 42,903 Madison 2, ,661 12,550 24,211 Res. 6, ,449 9,243 18,692 Non-Res. 4, ,246 14,538 27,784 Milwaukee 2, ,518 12,696 24,214 Res. 1, ,728 1,842 3,570 Non-Res ,495 8,407 13,902 Oshkosh ,236 8,048 13,284 Res Non-Res ,240 2,377 4,617 Parkside ,934 2,007 3,941 Res Non-Res ,587 3,130 8,717 Platteville ,117 2,365 6,482 Res , ,235 Non-Res ,411 3,760 6,171 River Falls ,178 1,790 2,968 Res ,233 1,970 3,203 Non-Res ,542 5,101 9,643 Stevens Point ,933 4,550 8,483 Res ,160 Non-Res ,687 4,599 9,286 Stout ,234 2,890 6,124 Res ,453 1,709 3,162 Non-Res ,049 1,607 2,656 Superior ,353 Res ,303 Non-Res. 1, ,874 6,141 12,015 Whitewater ,009 5,187 10,196 Res ,819 Non-Res. 19,083 1, ,508 88, ,770 Universities 9,454 1, ,382 66, ,777 Res. 9, ,126 21,867 41,993 Non-Res. Student Statistics 6,485 7,573 14,058 Colleges 6,194 7,255 13,449 Res Non-Res Baraboo Barron Fond du Lac ,760 Fox Valley Manitowoc ,260 Marathon Marinette Marshfield Richland ,224 Rock Sheboygan Washington 1,149 1,026 2,175 Waukesha 615 1,149 1,764 UWC Online 19,083 1, ,993 95, ,828 UW System Total 9,454 1, ,576 73, ,226 Res. 9, ,417 22,185 42,602 Non-Res. FALL 2013 REPORT OF HEADCOUNT ENROLLMENT 17

20 FALL 2013 HEADCOUNT ENROLLMENT BY STATE OF ORIGIN Upper number indicates total from each state Lower number in italic type indicates new freshmen from each state AK 53 6 Student Statistics WA OR CA 1, ID 65 8 NV 59 UT AZ MT ND WY 70 1 CO NM 55 1 SD 66 TX MN 15,422 3,041 4 IA NE KS OK 51 6 WI 136,375 22, IL 8,758 1,778 MO AR 38 2 LA 55 4 MI 1, IN KY 72 6 TN OH MS AL GA WV 28 0 SC 602 NY PA VA NC VT NH ME MD NJ CT MA RI 37 3 DE DC HI 51 2 FL New Freshmen Total Total U.S. 28, ,600 International 682 7,998 U.S. Territories 0 41 Citizen Abroad 2 35 Unknown Total 29, , FALL 2013 HEADCOUNT ENROLLMENT BY STATE OF ORIGIN

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