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3 Table of Contents General Information Quick Facts... 2 Board of Trustees... 3 College Organizational Chart and Governance... 4 Admissions Admissions and Yield Trends... 6 High School Performance... 7 First-Year Student Ethnic Distribution... 7 First-Year Student Geographic Distribution... 8 Early Decision, International, and Transfer Admissions and Yield Trends... 9 Cross-Admission Schools College Rankings and Guides US News Rankings Criteria and History Students Undergraduate Enrollment and Ethnic Distribution Visiting International Students Program Enrollment Undergraduate Geographic Distribution Class Sizes Barnard-Columbia Partnership and Cross-Registration Trends Graduated Majors Study Abroad Leaves and Destinations Graduation and Retention Rates Student Awards Top 10 Graduated Majors and Post-Graduation Plans of Seniors Faculty Faculty Counts, % Full-Time Minority, Student-Faculty Ratio Full-Time Faculty by Division and Department Full-Time Faculty by Rank, Gender, Ethnicity Tenured Faculty by Gender, % Minority Tenured Full-Time Faculty Age Distribution Full-Time and Part-Time Faculty by Gender Total Faculty by Gender, Full-Time Faculty by Rank and Gender Full-Time Faculty Salary Trends Full-Time Faculty Salaries by Rank and Gender Federal Sponsored Research and FTE Faculty Leaves i

4 Student Fees and Financial Aid Barnard Total Costs Compared with 30 Peer Schools Historical Tuition and Fee Increases Financial Aid Program Data Sources of Financial Aid - Barnard and Peer Group Receiving Barnard Aid, Some Form of Aid, Ethnicities of Aid Recipients First-Year Students Receiving Barnard Aid Financial Aid Comparison Data and Average Graduate Indebtedness First-Year Student Financial Aid Recipients by Total Financial Aid Parents Income Historical Cost of Attendance as a % of Median Family Income Finance and Endowment Operating Revenue and Expenses Growth in Revenue and Expenses Operating Revenue and Expenses History Growth in Tuition and Fees v. Various Price Indices Changes in TERM Bill and Financial Aid Costs Historical Discount Rates, Barnard and Peer Colleges Employee Salary Increases v. New York CPI Growth in Total Compensation Components of Employee Benefits Cost Long-term Debt Obligations Debt to Net Asset Ratios Endowment per Student Comparative Data Endowment Performance Components of Endowment Change and Endowment Spending Restrictions Alumnae and Development Alumnae Geographic Distribution Barnard Fund Gifts and Spring Gala Contributions Alumnae Giving Participation Rates New Gifts and Pledges and Total Cash Receipts Giving by Purpose History College Staff Staff Demographics Staffing Trends Facilities and Public Safety Facilities Summary Crime Statistics ii

5 General Information 1

6 Barnard College Quick Facts Barnard College was established in 1889 and is distinguished by four characteristics: It is a liberal arts college with a long tradition of excellence; it is part of a great research university; it is in New York City, and it is a college for women. Enrollment ( ): All undergraduates 2,456 African American 5% Hispanic 9% Asian 17% Caucasian and Other 63% International 6% Countries represented 43 Student Body Characteristics: First-year retention rate 94% 4-yr graduation rate 78% 6-yr graduation rate 87% First-year Class Statistics (Fall, 2011): Regular admissions: Applied 5,153 Admitted (24.9%) 1,282 Enrolled (47.7%) 612 Test score ranges (25 th to 75 th percentiles): SAT-Verbal SAT-Math SAT-Writing ACT Composite Faculty ( ): Full-time faculty: Men 81 (39%) Women 125 (61%) Total 206 Part-time faculty: Men 30 (23%) Women 99 (77%) Total 129 Student-faculty ratio 10:1 [Based on FTE students (2,408) and FTE faculty (249)] 2 Costs and Financial Aid ( ): Tuition $40,422 Comprehensive fee $1,762 Room (multiple) $8,000 Board (unlimited) $5,382 Total cost $55, % overall increase from First-year students: Receiving Barnard aid 43% Receiving some form of aid 57% All undergraduates: Receiving Barnard aid 39% Receiving some form of aid 50% Avg. Barnard grant $30,646 Avg. financial aid package $35,430 Class of 2011: Avg. financial indebtedness $17,416 Finances and Endowment: Gross Operating Revenue, Fiscal Year 2011 $149.0 Million Private Gifts & Grants 7% Federal & State Grants 4% Auxiliary Enterprises 20% Auxiliary Enterprises 20% Institutional Support 15% Academic Administration 5% Student Services 6% Public Service 1% Endowment Spending 6% Research 3% Endowment value, 6/30/11 Other 1% Gross Tuition & Fees 62% Gross Operating Expenses, Fiscal Year 2011 $153.2 Million Instruction 32% Financial Aid 18% $215.5 MM Barnard/Columbia Partnership: - Cross-registration for undergraduate and graduate level courses at both institutions - Mutual access to libraries, athletic facilities, student activities - Participation by Barnard athletes in Columbia s Division 1 athletic programs - Barnard students receive a Columbia University degree

7 Trustees Officers of the Board Jolyne Caruso-FitzGerald, Chair Cheryl Glicker Milstein, Vice Chair Diana T. Vagelos, Vice Chair Judith Daynard Boies 59 Lee C. Bollinger, ex officio President, Columbia University Binta Niambi Brown 95 Jolyne Caruso-FitzGerald 81 Lois G. Champy 67 Dina Deluca Chartouni 82 Lisa Sprung Cohen 80 James M. Dow Alison Estabrook 74 Myrna Fawcett 70 Joan Freilich 63 Nancy Garvey 71 Sibyl R. Golden Linda Fayne Levinson 62 Mary Ann LoFrumento 77 Anthony W. Marx Cheryl Glicker Milstein 82 Azita Raji 83 William R. Reid Eric R. Rosenfeld Frances Sadler 72 Ravi Singh Debora L. Spar, ex officio President, Barnard College Cynthia Stivers 78 Maureen Strafford 71 Diana T. Vagelos 55 Trustees Emeriti Hon. Miriam Cedarbaum 50, Trustee Emerita John Furth, Trustee Emeritus Patricia F. Green 62, Trustee Emerita Gedale B. Horowitz, Trustee Emeritus Helene L. Kaplan 53, Trustee Emerita and Chair Emerita Judith S. Kaye 58, Trustee Emerita Constance Krueger 53, Trustee Emerita Eugene R. McGrath, Trustee Emeritus Patricia Nadosy 68, Trustee Emerita Anna Quindlen 74, Trustee Emerita and Chair Emerita Mary Louise Reid 46, Trustee Emerita Gayle F. Robinson 75, Trustee Emerita Virginia B. Wright 51, Trustee Emerita Representatives to the Board of Trustees Faculty: Christian Rojas, Dept. of Chemistry Nadia Abu El-Haj, Dept. of Anthropology Students: Mica Spick 13 Madalena Provo 12 Standing Committees Executive Committee Committee on Audits and Compliance Committee on Budget and Finance Committee on Compensation Committee on Investments Committee on Governance and Nominations Committees of the College Committee on Academic Affairs Committee on Buildings, Environment, and Technology Committee on Campus Life Committee on Development Committee on Diversity Source: President's Office 3

8 College Organizational Chart and Governance Spar, Debora L. President s Office President Schmid, Kristin President s Office Executive Assistant Pierce, DiAnn Secretary to the Board of Trustees Brown, Gregory Chief Operating Officer Hertz, Paul Provost Office Acting Provost and Dean of the Faculty Hinkson, Avis Dean of the College Silver, Bret Vice President Development Denburg, Dorothy Vice President College Relations Kwong, Joanne Vice President Communications Taylor, Vivian Chief of Staff, VP Community Development Asst. VP Finance Controller Dean BLAIS Associate Dean Student Life Asst VP Development Director Career Development Media Relations Director Coordinator Institutional Research Director BCRW Dean Admissions Associate Director Donor Relations Director Alumnae Affairs Marketing Director VP Campus Services Dean of Faculty and Diversity Development Dean of Studies Director Barnard Fund Program Director Pre-College Programs Electronic Communications Director VP Information Technology Associate Provost Associate Dean Res Life and Housing Director Institutional Support Creative Director Human Resources Director Associate Provost and Dean of International Programs Director Health Services Primary Care Director of Development Operations Editorial Director Budget Director Director Athena Center Manager Dean s Projects and Programs Director of Reunion Giving Head Writer General Counsel Director Academic Services Sr. Associate Director Prospect Research Manager Academic Administration Sr. Associate Director Parents Giving Academic Departments College Governance Faculty Committees: - Advisory Committee on Appointments, Tenure, and Promotion (ATP) - Committee on Instruction (COI) - Faculty Advisory Committee - Faculty Budget and Planning Committee (FBPC) - Faculty Diversity and Development Committee (FDD) - Faculty Finance and Resource Committee (FFRC) - Faculty Governance and Procedures Committee (FGP) - Grants Committee Joint Governance: - Barnard Library and Academic Information Services Committee (BLAIS) - Joint Faculty and Administrative Benefits Committee (JFAB) 4 Source: Institutional Research Office

9 Admissions 5

10 Admissions and Yield Data Class Admitted in: Number of Applicants Number Admitted % Admitted Number Enrolled Yield ,153 1, % % ,618 1, % % ,174 1, % % ,274 1, % % ,574 1, % % ,599 1, % % ,431 1, % % ,380 1, % % ,034 1, % % ,686 1, % % 6,000 Admissions and Yield Trends 5,000 4,574 4,274 4,174 4,618 5,153 4,000 3,000 2, % 28.5% 31.0% 27.8% 24.9% 1, % 47.3% 45.0% 45.1% 47.7% Applicants Admits Enrolled 6 Source: Admissions Annual Report & Oct. 15 Registrar Report

11 High School Performance and First-Year Ethnic Distribution Class Admitted in: Enrolled Median SATs Verbal Math Writing Total Median SAT Scores Total Average SAT Scores % in Top 10% of HS Class % % % % % % % % % % Ethnic Distribution (%) Ethnicity Fall '07 Fall '08 Fall '09 Fall '10 Fall '11 Asian 12.5% 16.0% 17.0% 18.7% 17.5% Black 5.7% 4.3% 4.5% 5.0% 6.9% Hispanic 8.8% 9.0% 8.9% 9.4% 11.1% Native Amer. 0.2% 0.2% 0.0% 0.5% 0.0% White 68.3% 66.7% 63.6% 61.2% 57.4% International 4.5% 3.8% 6.0% 5.1% 7.2% Other/unk 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% Total 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% Total # Enrolled Source: Admissions Annual Report & Oct. 15 Registrar Report 7

12 First-Year Geographic Distribution Geographic Distribution of First-Year Class, Fall '11 International, 7.2% Other Regions of US, 34.3% Mid-Atlantic, 46.4% New England, 12.1% Geographic Distribution of First-Year Class, Fall '07 International, 4.5% Other Regions of US, 31.8% Mid-Atlantic, 49.6% New England, 14.1% 8 Source: Oct. 15 Registrar Report

13 Early Decision, International, and Transfer Admissions and Yield Trends Early Decision Admissions Class Admitted in: Number of Applicants Number Admitted % Admitted Number Enrolled Yield % ED Students in First-year Class % % 34.6% % % 33.3% % % 31.2% % % 27.4% 2007 * % % 26.7% % % 30.9% % % 29.5% % % 30.0% % % 27.4% % % 26.0% * Policy change in 2007 allows Early Decision admits to defer their entrance Transfer Admissions International Admissions Class Admitted in: Number of Applicants Number Admitted % Admitted Number Enrolled Yield % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % Class Admitted in: Number of Applicants Number Admitted Number Enrolled Source: Admissions Annual Report 9

14 Cross-Admission Schools The data below is from responses to the Admitted Students Questionnaire (ASQ); Barnard administers the ASQ during the summer of even years. Top 20 Cross-Admit Schools (2010 rank order) Historical "Win Percentages" NYU 81% 75% 84% 90% 208 Boston U 98% 92% 100% 100% 142 Wellesley 46% 41% 36% 49% 141 Fordham 90% 92% 94% 87% 122 U Calif Berkeley 86% 59% 44% 55% 111 Tufts U 72% 76% 80% 57% 104 Brandeis U 92% 73% 82% 92% 102 Columbia 33% 22% 14% 16% 98 Cornell U 41% 60% 29% 25% 95 Vassar 61% 83% 41% 65% 92 U Michigan % 91% 81 Georgetown U % 76 U Penn - 14% - 35% 72 Johns Hopkins U % 72 Northwestern U 42% 64% 50% 53% 71 Wesleyan - 47% 74% 37% 70 George Washington U 88% 100% 92% 91% 66 Bryn Mawr % 61% 65 U Calif Los Angeles 72% 76% 85% 61% 63 Mount Holyoke % 59 SUNY Binghamton 92% 100% 100% - - Smith 80% 68% 79% - - Boston C 68% 91% 88% - - U Calif San Diego % - - "Win Percentage" is the percentage that we enrolled of those students attending either our college or the listed college. A dash, " - ", denotes that a school was not a Top 20 Cross-Admit school that year Top 20 Cross-Admit Schools' #'s 10 Source: 2010 Admitted Students Questionnaire

15 Cross-Admission Schools Where Barnard Loses Students, Based on 219 Responses to the 2010 Admitted Student Questionnaire Columbia, 7% Harvard, 6% Wellesley, 5% Brown, 3% Tufts, 3% Georgetown U, 3% All Others, 61% Princeton, 3% U Chicago, 3% Cornell, 3% U Penn, 3% Source: 2010 Admitted Students Questionnaire 11

16 College Rankings and Guides Various Published College Rankings/Guides College Rankings (With Barnard s ranking(s) & ranking methodology): - Forbes America s Best Colleges o , #58 o , #63 o Ranking based on student satisfaction, academic success, graduation rates, graduate indebtedness, post-grad success - Kiplinger Best Values in Private Colleges o , #32 o , #35 o Ranking based on selectivity, student-faculty ratio, graduation rates, total cost and financial aid programming, graduate indebtedness - Newsweek o , #17 Most Desirable Urban Schools, #20 Most Desirable Small Schools - Parade Magazine s A-List o , Top 7 arts programs in the country, Specialty: Theatre o Ranking based on recommendations of 43 top high school guidance counselors - Princeton Review o , #5 Colleges with Best Quality of Life o , Among the 150 Best Value Colleges for Princeton Review 371 Best Colleges o , #7 Great College Towns, #5 Best Career Services, #8 Best Quality of Life, #9 Easiest Campus to Get Around, #16 Intercollegiate Sports Unpopular or Nonexistent, #16 Nobody Plays Intramural Sports, #19 Dodgeball Target (lack of participation in sports and Greek life on campus) - US News Best Liberal Arts Colleges o , #34 o , #26 o Ranking based on academic reputation, selectivity, student retention, graduation rate performance, faculty resources, financial resources, alumni giving - Washington Monthly Top Liberal Arts Colleges o , #34 o , #67 o Ranking based on selectivity, % of students receiving Pell Grants, student-faculty ratio, retention/graduation rates, research spending, prestigious awards/scholarships to students/faculty/alumni, Army/Navy ROTC size, alumni serving in the Peace Corps General College Guides without rankings: - Barron s Guide to the Most Competitive Colleges - The College Board - Fiske College Guide - Peterson s Guide - Unigo.com 12 Source: Institutional Research Office

17 US News Rankings Criteria 2012/2013 US News Rankings Criteria: (Liberal Arts Colleges) 2-Yr Avg. of spending per student on instruction, research, student services, and related educational expenditures (100%) 2-Yr Avg. Alumni giving participation (note: Alums of Record is denominator, not Alums solicited) (100%) Peer Assessment Survey of Presidents, Provost, and Deans of Admissions (67%) High School Counselors rating (33%) Avg. SAT (50%) % graduating in Top 10% of HS class (40%) Acceptance rate (10%) Faculty Salaries adjusted for cost of living (35%) % of classes less than 20 students (30%) Proportion of faculty with top degree in field (15%) % of classes more than 50 students (10%) Student-Faculty ratio (5%) % of faculty that is full-time (5%) Financial Resources 10% Selectivity 15% Faculty Resources 20% Alumni Giving 5% Graduation Rate Perf. 7.5% Retention 20% An over/under performance score determined by a regression model (100%) Academic Reputation 22.5% Avg. of 6-Yr Graduation Rates from past 4 years (80%) Avg. of First-Year Retention Rates from past 4 years (20%) US New Rankings History: See next 2 pages Source: US News and World Report 13

18 US News Rankings History US New Rankings History (Liberal Arts Colleges) School Williams College Amherst College Swarthmore College Pomona College Middlebury College Bowdoin College Carleton College Wellesley College Claremont McKenna Haverford College Davidson College Washington & Lee U Wesleyan Vassar College Hamilton College Harvey Mudd Grinnell College Smith College Bates College Colby College Colgate University Oberlin College Bryn Mawr College Macalester College Colorado College Bucknell University Coll. of the Holy Cross Mount Holyoke Scripps College Barnard College Kenyon College Sewanee Connecticut College Occidental College Trinity College Lafayette College Centre College Franklin & Marshall Source: US News and World Report

19 US News Rankings History US News Rankings History (Liberal Arts Colleges) School Yr Worst 5-Yr Best Current Williams College Amherst College Swarthmore College Pomona College Middlebury College Bowdoin College Carleton College Wellesley College Claremont McKenna Haverford College Davidson College Washington & Lee U Wesleyan Vassar College Hamilton College Harvey Mudd Grinnell College Smith College Bates College Colby College Colgate University Oberlin College Bryn Mawr College Macalester College Colorado College Bucknell University Coll. of the Holy Cross Mount Holyoke Scripps College Barnard College Kenyon College Sewanee Connecticut College Occidental College Trinity College Lafayette College Centre College Franklin & Marshall Source: US News and World Report 15

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22 Undergraduate and Ethnic Distribution; Visiting International Students Program Enrollment Academic Year Full-Time Part-Time Total Enrollment Total FTE * , ,445 2, , ,456 2, , ,417 2, , ,359 2, , ,346 2, , ,350 2, , ,356 2, , ,287 2, , ,281 2, , ,297 2,262 * Common Data Set Definition of FTE Enrollment - [(1*FT enrollment)+(1/3*pt enrollment)] Ethnic Distribution (%) Ethnicity Asian 16.1% 15.9% 16.0% 16.1% 16.9% Black 4.9% 4.6% 4.2% 4.3% 5.1% Hispanic 8.6% 8.7% 8.7% 8.9% 9.2% Native Amer. 0.3% 0.2% 0.2% 0.2% 0.1% White 66.4% 66.6% 65.9% 64.8% 62.7% International 3.7% 4.0% 4.6% 5.0% 5.6% Other/unk 0.0% 0.0% 0.4% 0.7% 0.3% Total 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% Total # Enrolled 2,346 2,359 2,417 2,456 2,445 Visiting International Students Program (VISP) VISP Enrollment Source: Oct. 15 Registrar Report & Provost's Office

23 Undergraduate Geographic Distribution Total Enrollment by Geographic Region, International, 5.6% Other Regions of US, 33.7% Mid-Atlantic, 49.0% New England, 11.6% Total Enrollment by Geographic Region, International, 3.7% Other Regions of US, 30.1% Mid-Atlantic, 54.3% New England, 12.0% Source: Oct. 15 Registrar Report 19

24 Class Sizes Class Section Sizes, Fall 2011 and Fall % 51% 51% % of Classes 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% FA 2011 FA % 22% 13% 10% 7% 5% 4% 3% 4% 6% 1% 1% >100 Class Size Ranges Students per Class >100 Three-year Avg. 22% 51% 11% 5% 4% 6% 1% 20 Source: Registrar's Office

25 Barnard-Columbia Partnership and Cross-Registration Trends Barnard College is an independent affiliate of Columbia University. The relationship provides benefits for both institutions. - Cross-registration for undergraduate and graduate level courses at both institutions - Mutual access to libraries, athletic facilities, student activities - Participation by Barnard athletes in Columbia's Division I athletic programs - Barnard Faculty have access to various Columbia apartments - Barnard College students receive a Columbia University degree 30,000 Change in Cross-Registrations through ,000 20,000 Points 15,000 10, ,000 Agreed-upon band 5, (5,000) Academic Years Barnard at Columbia Net Cross-Registrations Columbia at Barnard 0-7,000 Agreed-upon Band Source: Registrar's Office 21

26 DIVISION MAJOR DEPARTMENT Est. Architecture* Dance* ARTS Film Studies Music** Theatre* ARTS Total Art History Asian&Middle East Cultures HUMANITIES English Philosophy Religion Women's Studies HUMANITIES Total Classics LANGUAGE/ Comparative Literature Comp. Lit majors are counted in Language departments LIT French German Italian Linguistics Slavic Spanish/LA Cultures LANGUAGE/LIT Total OTHER Special OTHER Total Biology Chemistry SCIENCE Computer Science** Environmental Science Mathematics Physics and Astronomy Psychology Statistics** SCIENCE Total Africana Studies SOCIAL American Studies SCIENCE Anthropology Economics Foreign Area Studies History Political Science Sociology Urban Studies* European Studies SOCIAL SCIENCE Total Grand Total * Barnard based major - does not include Columbia majors ** Wholly at Columbia Graduated Majors 22 Source: Registrar's Office

27 Graduated Majors Credited to More Than One Department Majors credited to more than one department (In the "Graduated Majors by Division and Department" table (preceding page), each student is credited as.5 to each department for Environmental Biology, Neuroscience & Behavior, Economics and Math, and Economic History. For Comp Lit, the "Graduated Majors by Division and Department" table credits.5 to each language department, but displays 0 under Comp Lit) MAJOR DEPT(S) MAJOR Est. Biology, Env Science Environmental Biology Biology, Environmental Science Total Biology, Psychology Neuroscience & Behavior Biology, Psychology Total Comparative Literature CmpLit:Chinese/English 0.5 CmpLit:Chinese/Japanese 1 CmpLit:Dutch/French 1 CmpLit:English/French CmpLit:English/German 1 1 CmpLit:English/Hebrew 0.5 CmpLit:English/Russian CmpLit:English/Spanish CmpLit:French/German 1 CmpLit:French/Italian 1 1 CmpLit:French/Latin 1 CmpLit:French/Spanish CmpLit:German/Yiddish 1 CmpLit:Italian/Latin 1 CmpLit:Latin/German 0.25 Comparative Literature Total Economics, History Economic History Economics, History Total Economics, Mathematics Economics and Math Economics, Mathematics Total Mathematics, Statistics Math and Statistics 2 Mathematics, Statistics Total Grand Total Source: Registrar's Office 23

28 Study Abroad Leaves and Destinations Academic Year Total Study Abroad Leaves Fall Spring Full Year Total Study Abroad Destinations by Region, Europe & UK - 70% N. America - 0% Multiple - 3% Middle East - 3% Asia - 5% Africa - 7% Latin America - 9% Oceania - 3% 24 Source: Study Abroad Office

29 Study Abroad Destinations Study Abroad by Country, Top 10 Destinations in % 20% 15% 18% 17% 10% 5% 10% 6% 5% 4% 3% 3% 2% 2% % * This data is representative of 152 out of 209 students studying abroad in Historical Study Abroad, by Region 80% 70% 74% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% % 10% 0% 5% 7% 4% 5% AFRICA ASIA EUROPE AND UK 11% 9% LATIN AMERICA 2% 3% 0.5% 3% MIDDLE EAST 1% 0% MULTIPLE NORTH AMERICA 2% 3% OCEANIA Source: Study Abroad Office 25

30 Graduation and Retention Rates Entering Cohort (Full-time) Entering Cohort (Full-time) Ethnicity Initial Total # First-Yr Student Retention Rate 4-yr Grad Rate 6-yr Grad Rate Initial Total # First-Yr Student Retention Rate 4-yr Grad Rate 6-yr Grad Rate Asian/Pacific Islander 98 98% 88% 94% 92 99% 85% 93% Black % 73% 88% 26 96% 72% 84% Hispanic 34 97% 68% 79% 48 96% 69% 85% Native Amer 4 100% 100% 100% 3 33% 33% 33% White % 84% 92% % 81% 89% Foreign 15 93% 73% 87% 17 94% 71% 76% Total Cohort % 83% 91% % 79% 89% Entering Cohort (Full-time) Ethnicity Initial Total # First-Yr Student Retention Rate 4-yr Grad Rate 6-yr Grad Rate Asian/Pacific Islander % 81% 92% Entering Cohort All Ethnicities First-Yr Student Retention Rate Black 32 94% 78% 84% 2010 Hispanic 50 98% 72% 94% 2009 Native Amer 1 100% 100% 100% 2008 White % 87% 93% 2007 Foreign 13 85% 77% 77% % 94% 93% 94% 95% Total Cohort % 84% 92% 26 Source: Registrar's Office

31 Student Awards Student Awards Beinecke Clarendon X X X X 2 1 Crit Lang Davis N Fulbright Gates-Cam X X X X X 1 Goldwater Hays-Brandeis Luce Marshall Finalist Mitchell Rhodes Soros X X X X X 1 Truman X - Have not been able to determine whether Barnard had applicants that year N - Award did not exist that year NB: Awards that require institutional support are Beinecke, Davis, Fulbright, Luce, Marshall, Mitchell, Rhodes and Truman. It is possible that we have additional recipients of the other scholarships whom we don t know about. Source: Dean of Students Office 27

32 Top 10 Graduated Majors and Post-Graduation Plans of Seniors Top 10 Graduated Majors, Post-graduate Plans - Class of Senior Survey % 1. Psychology (79) Full-time Employment 54% 2. English (76) Part-time Employment 19% 3. Economics (59) Further Study 26% 4. Political Science (53) Volunteer Activities 10% 5. History (46) Travel 16% 6. Art History (40) Undecided 21% 7. Biology (31) Other Activities 8% 8. Anthropology (19) Activities do not equal 100% because the 2010 Senior 9. Asian & Middle Eastern Cultures (17) Survey allowed for seniors to select more than 1 activity 10. Urban Studies (16) [593 Graduates in Class of '11 (Top 10 graduated majors represents 74% of the class)] Barnard administers the Senior Survey during the Spring of even years Employment Sectors of 2010 Seniors (& past years' comparison) 2006 Seniors 2008 Seniors 2010 Seniors Change from Job Sector % of Respondents % of Respondents % of Respondents 2008 to 2010 Non-profit agency or NGO 10% 12% 20% 9% Education 19% 13% 16% 3% Communications, media or the arts 12% 7% 15% 8% Other 10% 12% 15% 3% Health or medicine 19% 18% 9% -9% Law 10% 9% 7% -2% Financial services 9% 17% 5% -12% Government 3% 4% 4% 0% Consulting 3% 3% 2% -1% Business (other) 1% 2% 2% 0% Sales and marketing 2% 3% 2% -1% Sports, hopsitality, recreation 1% 0% 1% 1% Engineering 0% 0% 0.5% 0% Information technology 1% 1% 0.5% 0% 28 Source: Registrar's Office & 2010 Senior Survey

33 Faculty 29

34 Faculty Counts, % Full-Time Minority, Student-Faculty Ratio Academic Year Full-Time Headcount Part-Time Headcount (1) Total Headcount Total FTE * % Minority Full-Time Faculty % % % % % % % % % % 10.2 * Common Data Set Definition of FTE Faculty - [(1*FT Faculty)+(1/3*PT Faculty)] ** Student:Faculty Ratio based on FTE students and FTE faculty (1) For , only Part-Time faculty teaching during the Fall are counted; prior years include Part-Time faculty teaching in either the Fall or the Spring Student: Faculty Ratio** Academic Part-Time Year Full-Time % % Total % % 39% 100% % 42% 100% % 40% 100% % 40% 100% % 39% 100% % 38% 100% % 39% 100% % 38% 100% % 37% 100% % 37% 100% 30 Source: Provost's Office

35 Full-Time Faculty by Division and Department DIVISION DEPARTMENT # of % of FT Fac. Fac # of % of FT Fac. Fac # of % of FT Fac. Fac # of % of FT Fac. Fac # of % of FT Fac. Fac. Architecture ARTS Dance Music Theatre ARTS Total 14 7% 15 7% 13 6% 14 7% 14 7% Art History Asian&Middle East Cultures HUMANITIES English Philosophy Religion Women's Studies HUMANITIES Total 45 23% 48 24% 48 23% 51 25% 49 24% Classics French LANGUAGE/LIT German, Italian Slavic Spanish/LA Cultures LANGUAGE/LIT Total 32 16% 34 17% 32 15% 32 15% 30 15% OTHER Physical Education Education OTHER Total 8 4% 8 4% 8 4% 8 4% 9 4% Biology Chemistry SCIENCE Environmental Science Mathematics Physics and Astronomy Psychology SCIENCE Total 49 25% 48 24% 54 26% 53 25% 52 25% Africana Studies Anthropology SOCIAL SCIENCE Economics History Political Science Sociology Urban Studies SOCIAL SCIENCE Total 50 25% 51 25% 53 25% 50 24% 52 25% Full-Time Faculty % % % % % Part-Time Faculty Total Faculty Source: Provost's Office 31

36 Full-Time Faculty by Rank, Gender, Ethnicity and Tenured Faculty All Full-Time Faculty, By Gender By Ethnicity & Race Total Women Men Intr'l Hispanic White Black Asian On Ladder Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor Off Ladder Associates (incl. Senior) Instructors Lecturer (incl. Senior) Other * Total Full-Time Faculty * (includes Term Professor, Term Associate Professor, Term Assistant Professor, and Professor/Assoc Professor of Professional Practice appointments) Tenured Faculty Academic Year Women Men Total % Female Tenured 51% 49% 46% 47% 45% 42% 41% 42% 44% 39% % Minority Tenured 15% 17% 14% 13% 13% 14% 11% 9% 9% 8% 32 Source: Provost's Office

37 Full-Time Faculty Age Distribution Age Distribution of All Full-Time Faculty, February 1, 2012 # of Faculty Age Range Source: Provost's Office 33

38 Full-Time and Part-Time Faculty by Gender Academic Year Women Full-Time Faculty Men # % # % Total % 81 39% % 84 40% % 87 42% % 84 41% % 78 39% % 82 41% % 81 42% % 78 43% % 77 41% % 74 40% 185 Academic Year Women Part-Time Faculty (1) Men # % # % Total % 30 23% % 40 26% % 36 26% % 41 30% % 37 29% % 35 28% % 35 28% % 34 30% % 34 32% % 29 27% 107 (1) For , only Part-Time faculty teaching during the Fall are counted; prior years include Part-Time faculty teaching in either the Fall or the Spring 34 Source: Provost's Office

39 Total Faculty by Gender, Full-Time Faculty by Rank and Gender Total Faculty by Gender, to Headcount Female Faculty (FT & PT (1)) Male Faculty (FT & PT (1)) 50 0 (1) For , only Part-Time faculty teaching during the Fall are counted; prior years include Part-Time faculty teaching in either the Fall or the Spring Full-Time Faculty by Rank and Gender Sex Sex Sex Sex Rank # F # M % F # F # M % F # F # M % F # F # M % F # F # M % F Sex Professor % % % % % Associate Professor % % % % % Assistant Professor % % % % % Other % % % % % All Ranks % % % % % (Term Professor, Term Associate Professor, Term Assistant Professor, and Professor/Associate Professor of Professional Practice appointments are included in Professor, Associate Professor, and Assistant Professor ranks) Source: AAUP Report 35

40 Full-Time Faculty Salary Trends FT Professors $150,000 Average Salary $140,000 $130,000 $120,000 $110,000 Male Female $100,000 Academic Year FT Associate Professors $110,000 Average Salary $100,000 $90,000 $80,000 Male Female $70,000 Academic Year FT Assistant Professors $75,000 Average Salary $70,000 $65,000 $60,000 Male Female $55,000 Academic Year * Term appointments and Professor/Associate Professor of Professional Practice ranks are included in graphs 36 Source: AAUP Report

41 Full-Time Faculty Salaries by Rank and Gender Rank # of Women Avg. Salary # of Men Avg. Salary # of Women Avg. Salary # of Men Avg. Salary Professor 25 $ 125, $ 128, $ 129, $ 133,904 Associate Prof , , , ,792 Assistant Prof , , , ,581 Instructor Lecturer 22 62, , , ,254 Associates 12 56, , , ,989 Total 119 $ 79, $ 91, $ 82, $ 98,508 Rank # of Women # of Avg. Salary # of Men Avg. Salary Women Avg. Salary # of Men Avg. Salary Professor 29 $ 135, $ 136, $ 128, $ 138,803 Associate Prof , , , ,613 Assistant Prof , , , ,892 Instructor Lecturer 24 63, , , ,036 Associates 12 62, , , ,706 Total 120 $ 87, $ 104, $ 87, $ 103,199 Rank # of Women Avg. Salary # of Men Avg. Salary # of Women Avg. Salary # of Men Avg. Salary Professor 35 $ 136, $ 143, $ 140, $ 144,286 Associate Prof , , , ,628 Assistant Prof , , , ,162 Instructor Lecturer 20 66, , , ,620 Associates 11 66, , , ,368 Total 124 $ 92, $ 107, $ 95, $ 110,976 * Term Professor, Term Associate Professor, Term Assistant Professor, and Professor/Associate Professor of Professional Practice appointments are included in Professor, Associate Professor, and Assistant Professor ranks Source: AAUP Report 37

42 Federal Sponsored Research and FTE Faculty Leaves $'s in Millions $5.00 $4.50 $4.00 $3.50 $3.00 $2.50 $2.00 $1.50 $1.00 $0.50 $- Federal Sponsored Research, 5-yr History $4.31 $0.20 $3.19 $3.28 $2.44 $2.70 $1.62 $0.74 $0.98 $0.13 $0.19 $1.26 $1.37 $1.43 $1.65 $2.49 $1.19 $0.93 $0.88 $ Fiscal Year <-- Totals All Other DHHS NSF Leave Type Academic Year Sabbatical (SABB) Senior Faculty Research (SFRL) Special Assistant Professor (SAPL) Professional Development (PDL) Other Paid Leave Maternity/ Child Care (MAT/RTL- CC) Leave Without Pay (LWOP) Total Leaves Source: A133 Audit & Provost's Office

43 Student Fees and Financial Aid 39

44 Barnard Total Cost Compared with 30 Peer Schools Total Costs Yearly Increases School Wesleyan $53,676 $57, % 6.8% Columbia 53,874 56, % 4.5% Barnard 53,496 55, % 3.9% Trinity 53,380 55, % 3.9% U of Chicago 53,244 55, % 4.1% Dartmouth 52,275 55, % 5.9% Johns Hopkins 53,190 55, % 3.9% Washington 53,315 55, % 3.4% Northwestern 52,463 54, % 4.4% Oberlin 52,587 54, % 4.1% Cornell 52,316 54, % 4.5% Georgetown 53,340 54, % 2.5% Williams 52,340 54, % 4.2% Carleton 52,110 54, % 4.0% Amherst 51,522 54, % 5.0% Penn 51,944 53, % 3.9% Duke 51,933 53, % 3.9% U of Rochester 51,922 53, % 3.9% Bryn Mawr 51,780 53, % 3.7% Mount Holyoke 52,036 53, % 3.0% Smith 51,898 53, % 3.0% Swarthmore 51,500 53, % 3.4% Wellesley 51,950 53, % 2.5% Brown 51,360 53, % 3.5% Pomona 51,330 53, % 3.5% Stanford 51,077 52, % 3.5% Yale 49,800 52, % 5.8% Harvard 50,724 52, % 3.8% MIT 50,446 52, % 4.1% Princeton 48,580 49, % 1.0% Rice 45,521 47, % 5.1% Means $51,775 $53, % 4.0% 40 Source: Institutional Research Office

45 Historical Tuition and Fee Increases Academic Year Tuition Fees Room (1) Board (2) Total Cost $ % Inc. $ % Inc. $ % Inc. $ % Inc. $ % Inc , % 1, % 8, % 5, % 55, % , % 1, % 7, % 5, % 53, % , % 1, % 7, % 4, % 50, % , % 1, % 7, % 4, % 49, % , % 1, % 7, % 4, % 46, % , % 1, % 6, % 4, % 44, % , % 1, % 6, % 4, % 41, % , % 1, % 6, % 4, % 39, % , % 1, % 6, % 3, % 37, % , % 1, % 6, % 3, % 35, % (1) From 2005 forward, Room is the cost of a multiple-student room. Prior years are averages of all room rates (2) Board is based on an unlimited meal plan Source: Tuition Approved by Board of Trustees 41

46 Financial Aid Program FEDERAL PROGRAMS/ TITLE IV Campus Based # $ # $ # $ # $ # $ SEOG (Federal Share , , , , ,268 Work-Study (Federal Share) , , , , ,789 Perkins (Federal Share) Total Campus Based Aid 585, , , , ,057 Entitlement Aid Pell Grant 422 1,277, ,330, ,562, ,964, ,239,532 ACG , , , , ,900 SMART , , , , ,000 Guaranteed Student Loan 709 2,849, ,991, ,795, ,327, ,365,673 PLUS 306 6,447, ,780, ,856, ,096, ,132,609 Total Entitlement Aid 10,823,219 10,380,477 9,487,325 11,733,779 12,097,714 TOTAL FEDERAL AID 11,409,171 10,958,205 10,091,538 12,359,190 12,654,771 NEW YORK STATE PROGRAMS TAP, Merit, NY Lottery 389 1,290, ,200, ,221, ,237, ,200,229 HEOP , , , , ,000 TOTAL N.Y. STATE AID 1,491,391 1,390,772 1,415,165 1,430,023 1,378,229 BARNARD COLLEGE PROGRAMS Barnard College Grant ,177, ,821, ,004, ,848, ,091,545 Barnard College Loan , , , , ,500 TOTAL BARNARD AID 21,516,748 23,256,819 26,101,021 24,929,918 27,165,045 TOTAL AID (FEDERAL, STATE, & BARNARD) 34,417,310 35,605,796 37,607,724 38,719,131 41,198, Source: Financial Aid Office

47 Sources of Financial Aid - Barnard and Peer Group Barnard College Sources of Financial Aid ($31.8 Million) Other Outside Sources, $0.5, 1% Endowment Income, $4.3, 14% Federal & State Gov't, $4.6, 14% Operating Budget & Gifts, $22.4, 71% 30 Peer Institutions Sources of Financial Aid Endowment Income, 32% Operating Budget & Gifts, 58% Other Outside Sources, 3% Federal & State Gov't, 7% Source: Financial Aid Office and Institutional Research Office 43

48 Undergraduate Recurring Barnard Aid, Some Form of Aid, Ethnicities of Aid Recipients Full-time Undergraduates Receiving Aid from Barnard 50% 45% 40% 38% 38% 37% 39% 41% 41% 41% 40% 40% 39% 35% 30% 25% 20% 15% 10% 5% 0% Full-time Undergraduates Ethnicity Barnard Aid Recipients Total Full-time Population (#, %) African-American 78% 142, 6% Latina 57% 155, 6% Asian 57% 406, 17% Native American 100% 6, 0.3% White 32% 1543, 65% International 9% 137, 6% Total 39% 2,389, 100% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% Full-time Undergraduates Receiving Some form of Aid 54% 52% 51% 51% 50% Source: Financial Aid Office

49 First-Year Students Receiving Barnard Aid Full-time First-Year Students Receiving Aid from Barnard 50% 45% 40% 38% 41% 41% 45% 44% 41% 42% 38% 41% 43% 35% 30% 25% 20% 15% 10% 5% 0% Students presently at Barnard Source: Financial Aid Office 45

50 Financial Aid Comparison Data and Average Graduate Indebtedness (as of 2/1/12) Fall Registration 2,345 2,349 2,367 2,356 2,390 2,377 Number Receiving Barnard Aid % of Students Receiving Barnard Aid 41% 41% 42% 41% 40% 40% Tuition and Fees $ 33,078 $ 35,190 $ 37,538 $ 38,650 $ 40,546 $ 42,184 Total Resident Budget $ 46,838 $ 49,174 $ 51,976 $ 53,782 $ 56,358 $ 58,478 Median Parents' Income of all Dependent Students on Financial Aid $ 56,479 $ 60,584 $ 65,667 $ 61,261 $ 58,470 $ 59,152 Average Parents' Income of all Dependent Students on Financial Aid $ 63,826 $ 66,674 $ 73,456 $ 69,626 $ 70,435 $ 71,580 Total Resident Budget as a % of Family Income 73.4% 73.8% 70.7% 77.2% 80.0% 81.7% Average Family Contribution of Dependent Students $ 14,267 $ 14,619 $ 15,300 $ 15,856 $ 15,483 $ 16,322 Average Self Help 5,101 5,252 2,866 5,936 5,786 5,794 Average Total Grant $ 26,428 $ 27,847 $ 31,425 $ 31,776 $ 33,265 $ 34,769 Average Barnard Grant $ 22,781 $ 24,244 $ 27,060 $ 26,030 $ 27,944 $ 29,934 Average Aid Package (Self Help + Total Grant) $ 31,529 $ 33,099 $ 34,291 $ 37,712 $ 39,051 $ 40, Average Graduate Indebtedness $ 17,149 $ 16,631 $ 15,084 $ 14,142 $ 17, Source: Financial Aid Office

51 First-Year Student Financial Aid Recipients by Total Financial Aid Parents' Income First-Year Student Financial Aid Recipients by Total Financial Aid Parents' Income 30% 25% 20% 23% Avg. Total Grant: $37,748 Median Family Income: $68,228 Avg. Total Grant as a % of Median Family Income: 55.3% 15% 13% 15% 11% 14% 10% 5% 5% 7% 9% 3% 0% $0-14K $15K-29K $30K-44K $45K-59K $60K-89K $90K-119K $120K-149K $150K-179K $180K+ Parents' Income Bracket First-Year Student Financial Aid Recipients by Total Financial Aid Parents' Income 30% 25% 26% - Avg. Total Grant: $21,772 - Median Family Income: $59,445 - Avg. Total Grant as a % of Median Family Income: 36.6% 20% 16% 16% 15% 13% 13% 10% 8% 6% 5% 0% 1% 0% $0-14K $15K-29K $30K-44K $45K-59K $60K-89K $90K-119K $120K-149K $150K-179K $180K+ Parents' Income Bracket Source: Financial Aid Office 47

52 Historical Cost of Attendance as a % of Median Family Income Academic Year Median Family Income (Total) $ 19,587 $ 26,433 $ 34,213 $ 38,782 $ 48,831 $ 54,061 $ 60,088 Median Family Income (Ages 45-54) $ 25,300 $ 34,482 $ 46,101 $ 54,379 $ 65,277 $ 70,986 $ 75, Schools' Median Cost of Attendance $ 8,531 $ 14,142 $ 20,270 $ 26,506 $ 32,788 $ 41,515 $ 52,120 Barnard Cost of Attendance $ 9,190 $ 15,442 $ 21,344 $ 28,012 $ 32,594 $ 41,802 $ 53,496 Barnard Cost of Attendance as a % of Median Family Income (Ages 45-54) 36% 45% 46% 52% 50% 59% 71% 48 Source: Institutional Research Office

53 Finance and Endowment 49

54 Operating Revenue and Expenses Private Gifts & Grants 7% Federal & State Grants 4% Gross Operating Revenue, Fiscal Year 2011 $149.0 Million Endowment Spending 6% Other 1% Auxiliary Enterprises 20% Gross Tuition & Fees 62% Gross Operating Expenses, Fiscal Year 2011 $153.2 Million Institutional Support 15% Auxiliary Enterprises 20% Instruction 32% Student Services 6% Academic Administration 5% Public Service 1% Research 3% Financial Aid 18% Auxiliary Enterprises includes Housing, Dining Services, Health and Counseling Services, and the Summer and Precollege Programs. 50 Source: Audited Financial Statements

55 Growth in Revenue and Expenses $160 $140 Growth in Revenue, Past 10 Years % Change over 10 years below: $'s in Millions $120 $100 $80 $60 $40 $ % 44.4% -46.8% -2.1% 56.9% 80.5% Gross Tuition & Fees Auxiliary Enterprises Other Endowment Spending Private Gifts & Grants Federal & State Grants $- Fiscal Year $'s in Millions $180 $160 $140 $120 $100 $80 $60 $40 $20 $- Growth in Expenses, Past 10 Years % Change over 10 years below: 30.6% 44.9% 5.9% 102% 39.6% 125.6% 104% 81.2% Auxiliary Enterprises Institutional Support Student Services Academic Administration Public Service Research Financial Aid Instruction Fiscal Year Auxiliary Enterprises includes Housing, Dining Services, Health and Counseling Services, and the Summer and Precollege Programs. Source: Audited Financial Statements 51

56 Operating Revenue and Expenses History Fiscal Year: Operating Revenue ('000) Gross Tuition & Fees $ 52,459 $ 55,174 $ 58,048 $ 62,981 $ 68,693 Auxiliary Enterprises 20,438 21,190 21,369 22,413 23,265 Federal & State Grants 2,917 3,276 3,663 4,153 3,607 Private Gifts & Grants 7,110 12,151 13,920 12,904 18,547 Endowment Spending 9,075 9,070 9,070 9,077 9,077 Other 1,853 1,608 1,261 1,377 2,066 Total Operating Revenue $ 93,852 $ 102,469 $ 107,331 $ 112,905 $ 125,255 Operating Expenditures ('000) Instruction $ 27,528 $ 29,780 $ 32,403 $ 34,506 $ 37,047 Financial Aid 13,937 15,120 16,400 17,847 19,836 Research 2,118 2,113 2,895 3,192 3,277 Public Service Academic Administration 4,000 4,632 5,081 5,525 6,248 Student Services 8,885 9,250 9,978 9,752 10,388 Institutional Support 15,691 17,235 17,872 17,577 18,787 Auxiliary Enterprises 23,115 24,208 24,548 23,450 23,894 Total Operating Expenses $ 96,112 $ 103,156 $ 109,979 $ 112,800 $ 120,387 Excess/(Deficit) of Revenues over Expenditures ('000) $ (2,260) $ (687) $ (2,648) $ 105 $ 4,868 Auxiliary Enterprises includes Housing, Dining Services, Health and Counseling Services, and the Summer and Precollege Programs. 52 Source: Audited Financial Statements

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