June 1994 (This update includes new FY95 tuition and budget figures; next update in November will include autumn enrollment figures and updates in all categories) Enrollment (Autumn 1993) All campuses 56,817 Men 29,025 Women 27,792 Undergraduates 42,862 Graduate students 11,307 Professional students 2,648 Ohioans 46,655 Foreign students 3,617 Columbus campus 50,623 Minority Enrollment (Autumn 1993) (omits foreign students) Total minorities 6,345 11% of total enrollment African Americans 3,439 6% of total enrollment Asian Americans 1,895 3% of total enrollment Hispanics 877 1.5% of total enrollment American Indians 140 0.2% of total enrollment Historical Information Established by Legislature 1870 First classes taught 1873 Received present name 1878 First graduating class 1878 Degrees granted through Spring 1993 421,850 Acreage (Dec. 1993) Total 16,580 Columbus campus 1,644 Airport 1,378 Golf courses 295 OARDC & ATI* 5,935 All others 7,328 Buildings (Dec. 1993) Total 806 Columbus campus 342 OARDC & ATI* 285 Regional campuses and other locations 179 Academic Structure Colleges 19 Undergraduate 14 Professional 5 Schools 7 Graduate School 1 Departments 102 Courses (approx.) 11,700 Large U.S. campuses (by enrollment, Autumn 1993 figures) Ohio State University, Columbus 50,623 University of Texas, Austin 48,555 Texas A & M, College Station 43,862 Arizona State University, Tempe 41,250 University of Wisconsin, Madison 40,924 Michigan State University, East Lansing 39,743 Penn State University, State College 37,555 University of Minnesota, Twin Cities 37,548 The question of size frequently arises. To the best of our knowledge, the Columbus campus of Ohio State is the largest single campus in the United States. Ohio State is not the largest university -- several others (including City University of New York and Miami-Dade Community College) which have multiple locations in one city are larger. So are others which have multiple locations within a state, such as the University of California and the State University of New York. The list above includes some of the largest universities which are comparable to Ohio State in curricula, mission and organization. Tuition and Fees (quarterly, for the 1994-95 academic year) Ohio undergraduates (Columbus campus) $1,029 Ohio undergraduates (regional and ATI) $992 Non-resident undergraduate $3,105 Ohio graduate student $1,511 Non-resident graduate student $3,880 Room & board (typical plan) $1,510 Average cost of all fees for one year $8,836 (3 quarters, for an Ohio undergraduate. Includes tuition, room & board, health insurance, parking, football & basketball tickets) Employees (as of November 1993) FTE* Headcount Faculty (includes clinical, Extension, libraries) 4,045 4,402 Administrative & Professional Staff 7,035 7,791 Civil Service Staff 5,807 6,045 Student employees 4,714 11,338 Total 21,603 29,576 Annual Payroll, 1992-93 $650.5 million (Estimated for all employees, except short-term wages employees) University Budget, 1994-95* (as adopted by Trustees on June 3, 1994) Total income $1.406 billion State appropriations $349 million Other government $175 million Student fees $247 million Hospitals $387 million Auxiliaries (residence halls, Athletics and others) $110 million Other income $156 million Total expenditures $1.406 billion Instructional & General $625 million Separately budgeted research $167 million Public service $68 million Scholarships & fellowships $57 million Auxiliaries $114 million Hospitals $384 million Additional resources and/or budget cuts needed to balance $11 million * Figures are rounded down to nearest million. Research spending, 1992-93 Total $188.56 million OSURF* $144.91 million Engineering Exp. Stat. $6.53 million OARDC* $27.99 million Children's Hospital Reserach Foundation $4.77 million Other $4.34 million Total University and Foundation Endowment Market value as of Oct. 15, 1993 $513 million Fund raising, 1992-93 Donors 80,403 Receipts $89,200,327 *Abbreviations: OARDC = Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center ATI = Agricultural Technical Institute FTE = Full-time Equivalent OSURF = Ohio State University Research Foundation Compiled by: Ruth Gerstner Office of University Communications 1125 Kinnear Road Columbus, OH 43212 (614) 292-8424 [Submitted by: GERSTNER (firstname.lastname@example.org) Fri, 24 Jun 1994 09:12:17 -0500 (EST)] All documents are the responsibility of their originator.