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Statistical Summary-December 1999
 Enrollment  Buildings
 Enrollment, Minority  Acreage
 Tuition and Fees, 1999-2000 academic year  Endowment
 Budget, 1999-2000  Fund Raising, 1998-1999
 Historical Information  Research Awards Received, 1998-99
 Academic Structure  Administration
 Employees  Enrollments, Large U.S. campuses
 Payroll, Annual, 1998-1999  Abbreviations

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Enrollment (Autumn 1999)

Total, all campuses 54,989
Men 27,386
Women 27,603
Undergraduates 42,596
Graduate students 9,635
Professional students 2,758
Ohioans 44,719
Foreign students 3,884
Columbus campus 48,003

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Enrollment, Minority (Autumn 1999)
  Number % of Total
Total minorities 7,328 13.3%
African Americans 3,634 6.6%
Asian Americans 2,608 4.7%
Hispanics 902 1.6%
American Indians 184 0.3%

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Tuition and Fees, 1999-2000 academic year
Quarter Annual
Ohio undergraduate (Columbus) $1,370 $4,110
Ohio undergraduate (regional) $1,176 $3,528
Ohio Undergraduate (ATI*) $1,196 $3,588
Nonresident undergraduate (Cols.) $4,020 $12,060
Ohio graduate (Columbus) $1,910 $5,730
Nonresident graduate (Columbus) $4,955 $14,865
Room & board (typical plan) $1,714 $5,142
Typical annual cost, all fees*   $10,856
* 3 quarters, Ohio undergraduate. Includes tuition, room and board, textbooks and supplies, health insurance, parking, COTA bus pass, football and basketball tickets.

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Budget, 1999-2000 (as adopted by Trustees September 1, 1999)

Total income $1.923 billion
State appropriations $472 million
Other government $180 million
Student fees $336 million
Hospitals $537 million
Auxiliaries (residence halls, Athletics, etc.) $164 million
Other income $234 million
Total expenditures $1.902 billion
Instructional & General $814 million
Separately budgeted research $207 million
Public service $93 million
Scholarships & fellowships $80 million
Auxiliaries $171 million
Hospitals $537 million
Financial Information (Fiscal Year: July 1-June 30)
(Figures are rounded and may not sum to total.)

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Historical Information
Established by Legislature 1870
First classes taught 1873
Received present name 1878
First graduating class 1878
Degrees granted (through Dec. 1998) 486,291

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Academic Structure (December 1998)
Doctoral degree programs 100
Undergraduate majors 177
Master's degree programs 120
Doctoral degree programs 94
Courses (estimated) 10,500

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Employees (Autumn 1998)
  FTE Headcount
Total 23,318.5 29,502
Regular Faculty 2,935.7 2,952
Clinical Faculty 180.9 186
Auxiliary Faculty 1,046.2 1,384
Administrative and Professional Staff 7,835.3 8,569
Civil Service Staff 5,542.5 5,774
Student employees 5,777.8 10,637

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Payroll, Annual, 1998-1999
For all employees $846.2 million

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Buildings (October 1999)
Total 816
Columbus campus (Franklin County) 409
OARDC (all locations) & ATI* 308
Lima, Mansfield, Marion, Newark 30
Other areas 69

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Acreage (July 1999)
Total 13,480
OARDC (all locations) & ATI* 5,926
Molly Caren Agricultural Center 2,095
Columbus campus 1,705
Lima, Mansfield, Marion, Newark campuses 1,443
Airport 1,380
Golf courses 295
Miscellaneous 636

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Endowment (Total University and Foundation)
Market value at August 1999 $1.08 billion

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Fund Raising, 1998-1999
Donors 94,216
Total receipts $153.4 million

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Research Awards Received, 1998-99
Total $267.1 million
Research Foundation $192.6 million
OARDC* $27 million
Children's Hospital Research Foundation $9.8 million
Other $37.7 million
(Figures are rounded and may not sum to total.)

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Administration
William E. Kirwan President
Edward J. Ray Provost
Trustees Term Ending
Michael F. Colley, chair 2000
George A. Skestos, vice-chair 2001
David L. Brennan 2002
James F. Patterson 2003
Zuheir Sofia 2004
Tamala Longaberger 2005
Daniel M. Slane 2006
Robert M. Duncan 2007
Karen L. Hendricks 2008
Allyson M. Lowe, student 2000
Jaclyn Nowakowski, student 2001

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Enrollments, Large U.S. campuses (Autumn 1999)
University of Texas, Austin 49,034
The Ohio State University, Columbus 48,003
Arizona State University, Tempe 44,215
University of Florida, Gainesville 43,949
Texas A & M University, College Station 43,500
Penn State University, University Park 40,658
University of Wisconsin, Madison 40,610
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities 39,595
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor 37,846

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Abbreviations:

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


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