-
-The Ohio State University www.osu.edu Return to OSU homepage
-
-


The Ohio State University
Statistical Summary-October 2001
 Enrollment  Buildings
 Enrollment, Minority  Acreage
 Tuition and Fees,
2001-2002 academic year
 Endowment
 Budget, 2001-2002  Fund Raising, 2000-2001
 Historical Information  Research Awards Received,
2000-2001
 Academic Structure  Administration
 Employees  Enrollments, Large U.S. campuses
 Payroll, Annual, 2000-2001  Abbreviations

Top | Next

Enrollment (Autumn 2001)

Total, all campuses 55,043
Men 26,890
Women 28,153
Undergraduates 42,814
Graduate students 9,452
Professional students 2,976
Ohioans 44,810
Foreign students 4,313
Columbus campus 48,477

Top | Next | Previous

Enrollment, Minority (Autumn 2001)
  Number % of Total
Total minorities 7,191 14.8%
African Americans 3,591 7.4%
Asian Americans 2,477 5.1%
Hispanics 924 1.9%
American Indians 199 0.4%

Top | Next | Previous

Tuition and Fees,
2001-2002 academic year
Quarter Annual
Ohio undergraduate (Columbus) $1,587 $4,761
Ohio undergraduate (regional, lower) $1,202 $3,606
Ohio undergraduate (ATI*) $1,202 $3,606
Nonresident undergraduate (Cols.) $4,509 $13,527
Ohio graduate (Columbus) $2,102 $6,306
Nonresident graduate (Columbus) $5,459 $16,377
Room & board (typical undergrad plan) $1,899 $5,697
Typical annual cost, all fees*   $12,483
* 3 quarters, Ohio undergraduate. Includes tuition, room and board, textbooks and supplies, health insurance, parking, COTA bus pass, football and basketball tickets.

Top | Next | Previous

Budget, 2001-2002 (as adopted by Trustees, Aug. 31, 2001)

Total income $2.316 billion
State appropriations $503 million
Other government $231 million
Student fees $397 million
Hospitals $725 million
Auxiliaries (residence halls, Athletics, etc.) $170 million
Other income $290 million
Total expenditures $2.308 billion
Instructional & General $904 million
Separately budgeted research $283 million
Public service $106 million
Scholarships & fellowships $104 million
Auxiliaries $177 million
Hospitals $733 million
Financial Information (Fiscal Year: July 1-June 30)
(Figures are rounded and may not sum to total)

Top | Next | Previous

Historical Information
Established by Legislature 1870
First classes taught 1873
Received present name 1878
First graduating class 1878
Degrees granted (through Aug. 2001) 517,393

Top | Next | Previous

Academic Structure (September 2001)
Undergraduate majors 174
Master's degree programs 111
Doctoral degree programs 93
Courses (estimated) 12,000

Top | Next | Previous

Employees (Autumn 2000)
  FTE Headcount
Total 23,369.3 31,302
Regular Faculty 2,962.1 2,982
Regular Clinical Faculty 188.9 195
Auxiliary Faculty 1,165.7 1,519
Administrative and Professional Staff 9,089.6 9,936
Civil Service Staff 5,700.6 5,957
Student employees 4,262.7 10,713

Top | Next | Previous

Payroll, Annual,
2000-2001
For all employees $996.7 million

Top | Next | Previous

Buildings (September 2001)
Total 859
Columbus campus (Franklin County) 421
OARDC (all locations) & ATI* 338
Lima, Mansfield, Marion, Newark 30
Other areas 70

Top | Next | Previous

Acreage (September 2001)
Total 15,236
Columbus campus 1,712
Lima, Mansfield, Marion, Newark campuses 1,443
OARDC (all locations) & ATI* 7,651
Molly Caren Agricultural Center 993
Airport 1,404
Golf courses 295
Miscellaneous 1,738

Top | Next | Previous

Endowment
(Total University and Foundation)
Market value, June 30, 2001 $1.11 billion

Top | Next | Previous

Fund Raising,
2000-2001
Donors 94,745
Total receipts $210.6 million

Top | Next | Previous

Research Awards Received, 2000-2001
Total $328.9 million
Research Foundation $228.7 million
OARDC* $29.5 million
Children's Hospital Research Foundation $15.8 million
Other $54.7 million
(Figures are rounded and may not sum to total.)

Top | Next | Previous

Administration
William E. Kirwan President
Edward J. Ray Provost
Trustees Term Ending
David L. Brennan, chair 2002
James F. Patterson, v-chair 2003
Zuheir Sofia 2004
Tamala Longaberger 2005
Daniel M. Slane 2006
Robert M. Duncan 2007
Karen L. Hendricks 2008
Dimon R. McFerson 2009
Jo Ann Davidson 2010
Kevin Filiatraut, student 2002
Joe Shultz, student 2003

Top | Next | Previous

Enrollments, Largest U.S. campuses (Autumn 1999)
University of Texas, Austin 49,009
The Ohio State University, Columbus 48,003
Miami-Dade Community College 47,152
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities 45,361
Arizona State University, Tempe 44,215
Texas A&M University 43,817
University of Florida, Gainesville 43,382
Michigan State University 43,038
Pennsylvania State University, Univ. Park 40,658
University of Wisconsin, Madison 40,099

Top | Previous

Abbreviations:

ATI = Agricultural Technical Institute; FTE = Full-time Equivalent; OARDC = Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center


Compiled by Office of University Relations, 1125 Kinnear Road, Columbus OH 43212-1153 (614) 292-0519

Top