Campus Data Book
The annual Campus Data Book is published in March
Campus Data Book - 2013 Excel PDF (Google Chrome not recommended for PDF viewing)
Campus Data Book - 2012 Excel PDF (Google Chrome not recommended for PDF viewing)
Campus Data Book - 2011 Excel
Campus Data Book - 2010 Excel
The purpose of the UMD Campus Data Book is to provide basic descriptive data to the campus community. It is hoped that these publications may provide a basis for new insights and understandings, and raise questions or debate. Every attempt was made to collect, report, and display the data accurately and reliably. Suggestions for improvement are welcome. OIR intends to continue production of this data source yearly.
The book has six major sections. Each section has an introduction describing its contents and providing explanations as necessary. Future explanations and analysis will be based on comments and questions provided by users.
This introductory section of the Campus Data Book contains UMD's Mission Statement, a list of the University of Minnesota Board of Regents, a list of UMD's peer institutions, and an organizational chart of UMD.
This student section of the UMD Campus Data Book contains 18 tables. The purpose of this section is to provide basic descriptive data about enrolled students for reference as well as planning and management purposes. Historical data is provided where available. Sources are identified.
Table 1. Comparison of UM Collegiate Unit Enrollments
Table 2. Graduates per FTE Teaching Faculty
Table 3. Fall Term Majors - Historical
Table 4. Fall Term Minors - Historical
Table 5. Degrees Conferred by Degree Level, Unit, and Sex - Historical
Table 6. Degrees Conferred by Major and Degree Type - Historical
Table 7a. Degrees Conferred by Ethnicity - Historical
Table 7b. Degrees Conferred by Degree and Ethnicity
Table 8. Fall Term Enrollment by Unit and Student Level - Historical
Table 9. Profile of All Students - Enrollment and Demographic Characteristics
Table 10. Profile of LSBE Students - Enrollment and Demographic Characteristics
Table 11. Profile of CEHSP Students - Enrollment and Demographic Characteristics
Table 12. Profile of SFA Students - Enrollment and Demographic Characteristics
Table 13. Profile of CLA Students - Enrollment and Demographic Characteristics
Table 14. Profile of SCSE Students - Enrollment and Demographic Characteristics
Table 15. Retention & Graduation Rates
Table 16. Applicants
Table 17. Financial Aid Distribution - Historical
Table 18. Tuition and Fees
Note 1. Fall term enrollments are the standard.
Note 2. Majors are listed in units corresponding to the current organizational structure. For example, all Biology majors are listed in SCSE whether they are seeking B.A. or B.S. degrees.
Note 3. Students with double majors have been counted in each area. That is, totals will not match total undergraduate enrollment figures.
Note 4. The degree conferred dates are fiscal year dates, July 1 through June 30.
The personnel section of the Campus Data Book includes historical data for FTE faculty and staff.
Table 19. Full Time-Equivalent Teaching Faculty
Table 20. Tenured & Tenure-Track Faculty by Rank, Unit, Gender, Percent Tenured
Table 21. Tenure & Tenure-Track Faculty by Ethnicity
Table 22. Full Time-Equivalent Report by Administrative Unit
The financial section of the Campus Data Book summarizes budget and expenditure figures for most units on campus.
Table 23. UMD 1000 Fund (State Allocation, Tuition, and University Fee)
Table 24. UMD 1000 Fund, 3-Year Comparison
Table 25. UMD Expenditures per Department - Fund 1000
The program section of the Campus Data Book summarizes the programs offered at UMD as well as various student credit hour breakdowns.
Table 26. Programs Currently Offered
Table 27. Credit Hour Report by Department
Table 28. Day Student Credit Hour History
Figure 1. Day Student Credit Hour History
Note 1. The student credit hours summed by department reflect the load on the department from which the faculty are paid. This means that if faculty teach courses outside their home department but the entire salary is paid by the home department, then the home department is credited with the student credit hours. If the home department and another department split the salary, the credit hours are also split.
The campus section provides brief details on the UMD campus and buildings. Room use definitions are provided for general information.
Table 29. UMD Map
Table 30. UMD Buildings
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