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DELTA STATE UNIVERSITY

DATA QUICK FACTS

DATA QUICK FACTS FALL 2012

FALL 2012 Office of Institutional Research & Planning Kent Wyatt Hall Suite 152 Cleveland, Mississippi 38733 Phone: (662) 846-4050 Fax: (662) 846-4016 www.deltastate.edu/irp

Delta State University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award bachelors, masters, specialists and doctoral degrees.

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Vision Statement

General Information

Students at Delta State University will learn and grow in an environment that fosters discovery and creativity. The institution intends to be the best regional university in America as it combines a heritage of academic strength with a robust commitment to serving people and communities, particularly in the Mississippi Delta.

Vision and Mission Statement Degrees Awarded Cost of Attendance

Mission Statement

Libraries As a regional Carnegie Master’s I university located in Cleveland, Mississippi, Delta State University serves as an educational and cultural center of the Mississippi Delta emphasizing service to the Northern Delta Counties and its campus centers in Clarksdale and Greenville. The University offers undergraduate, graduate, and continuing education programs of study leading to baccalaureate and master’s degrees in the Colleges of Arts and Sciences, Business, Education, and the School of Nursing, as well as a Doctorate in Education. Emphasis is placed on excellence in instruction, followed by service and research, in the creation of a community of scholars.

Composite ACT Scores

Faculty/Staff Information Employees by Ethnicity and Gender

Full-Time Equivalent Faculty

Student Enrollment Teach for America Enrollment

With special attention to small classes, a friendly environment, and a broad liberal arts foundation, the University encourages significant student-faculty interactions. Delta State provides programs and services which promote intellectual, cultural, ethical, physical, and social development. Students from different cultural, socioeconomic, and ethnic backgrounds will develop the ability to respect and evaluate the thoughts of others; to develop, assess, and express their own thoughts effectively; and to use the techniques of research and performance associated with their disciplines.

Total Enrollment Enrollment by Ethnicity, Gender, Level Enrollment by County Enrollment by State International Student Enrollment

Resources

Approved by the Board of Trustees of State Institutions of Higher Learning, March 18, 2004.

Expenditures, Facilities, Tuition

University Calendar Directory 3

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Faculty/Staff Information

Graduates 2012-2013 Degrees Awarded

Bachelor's

Master's

Educational Specialists

Doctoral

Total

#

#

#

#

#

Race/Ethnicity White Black Other

291 183 13

158 81 10

25 29 3

2 1 0

476 294 26

Gender Male Female

160 327

94 155

7 50

1 2

262 534

College Arts & Sciences Business Education Nursing

200 86 161 40

24 68 147 10

0 0 57 0

0 0 3 0

224 154 368 50

Total

487

249

57

3

796

Employees by Ethnicity, Gender, Full/Part-time Status Fall 2012 Faculty

Full-time Part-time Full-time Part-time Total Male Male Female Female

Race/Ethnicity White Black Other Total

Staff

71 16 3

40 7 4

218 29 14

95

25

90

51

261

Fall 2012 Full-time Part-time Full-time Part-time Total Male Male Female Female

White Black Other

66 44 3

17 4 1

114 61 2

13 5 0

210 114 6

113

22

177

18

330

Tuition and fees for Mississippi residents are $2,644 and for non-residents $6,844 per semester. An average room fee is $1,930 and average meal plan is $1,245 per semester.

Total

Libraries

Fall 2012 FTE Faculty

Full-Time Equivalent Faculty 210

Student Enrollment

The Roberts-LaForge Library collections consist of 374,284 bound volumes and U.S. government documents, 832,822 microforms, and 24,018 journal subscriptions.

Teach for America Race/Ethnicity White

Composite ACT Scores

Reading Science Reasoning Composite

25 0 0

Race/Ethnicity

Cost of Attendance

ACT Scores Average English Mathematics

82 6 7

2012 21 19 21 21 20 5

Fall 2012 789

Black Other

169 185

Gender Male Female

297 846

Total

1143

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Enrollment by County

Enrollment by Ethnicity, Gender, Level Fall 2012 Total Enrollment

3544

Fall 2012 Enrollment Race/Ethnicity White Black Other Gender Male Female College

First-time Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Freshman

227 142 15

324 128 21

216 127 12

322 210 21

576 391 24

183 201

207 266

171 184

213 340

342 649

Arts & Sciences

131

74

129

179

323

Business Education Nursing Undeclared

47 58 0 133

51 50 0 282

75 92 0 48

126 168 21 36

167 370 82 21

369

457

344

530

963

Total Enrollment

Race/Ethnicity White Black Other Gender Male Female College Arts & Sciences Business Education Nursing Undeclared Total

Fall 2012 Masters Specialist Doctoral 327 284 43

55 89 2

35 25 4

209 445

29 117

22 42

68 177 325 37 64

0 0 146 0 0

0 0 64 0 0

671

146

64 7

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Out of State & International Students

Resources FY 2012 Budget Allocation Public Instruction Research Service

Academic Support

Education & General

$31,350,129

$4,734,275

$3,145,171

$5,025 $212,115

Source: Mississippi IHL

Tuition Room & Other Living Fees (Average) Board (Average) Total Resident Tuition Rates Nonresident Tuition Total Nonresident Tuition Rates

Fall 2012 International Students

$5,287 $3,744 $2,055 $11,086 $8,398 $19,484

66

Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Costa Rica, France, Gabon, Germany, Ghana, United Kingdom, Ireland, Japan, Mexico, Pakistan, Peru, Romania, South Africa, Spain, Turkey, Ukraine 9

Source: Mississippi Institutions of Higher Learning

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Directory

University Calendar FALL 2012 July 31, 2012 August 19, Sunday, 1:00 p.m. August 20 August 20, 6:00 p.m. August 21

August 29 September 3 September 4, 8:00 a.m. September 4 September 5 September 11 October 16 October 17, 12 noon October 17, 5:00 p.m. – October 19 October 22, 8:00 a.m. November 5 November 19 - November 23 November 26, 8:00 a.m. December 6, 5:00 p.m. December 7 December 10-14 December 15 December 17, 12:00 Noon December 17, 2012 – January 17, 2013

Date by which new students should apply for dmission for fall semester Residence halls open Registration Night classes begin Day classes begin; absences recorded Seniors make application for degrees to college/school deans two semesters prior to graduation Registration closes for fall semester Labor Day Holiday Classes resume Last day a course may be changed from credit/audit Grades of W or F in effect Writing Proficiency Examination Mid-semester D and F reports recorded by faculty Fall Break Classes resume Early registration begins Thanksgiving Holidays (No classes) Classes resume Senior Grades Due to Registrar’s Office Last day to withdraw from a course Fall Examinations Fall Commencement All grades recorded by faculty INTERSESSION

SPRING 2013 December 18, 2012 January 3, Thursday, 1:00 p.m. January 4 January 7

January15 January 18 January 21 January 22, 8:00 a.m. January 22 January 29 March 4 March 5 March 11- 15 March 18, 8:00 a.m. March 28, 5:00 p.m. – March 29E April 1, 8:00 a.m. April 1 April 25, 5:00 p.m. April 26 April 29-May 3 May 4, 10:00 a.m. May 6, 12:00 noon May 6 – June 6, 2013

Date by which new students should apply for admission for spring semester Residence halls open Registration Day and night Classes begin; absences recorded Seniors make application for degrees to College/school deans two semesters prior to graduation Registration closes for spring semester Last day a course may be changed from credit/audit Martin Luther King Holiday Classes resume Grades of W or F in effect Writing Proficiency Examination Mid-semester D and F reports recorded by faculty Spring Holidays Classes resume aster Holiday Classes resume Early registration begins Senior Grades Due to Registrar’s Office Last day to withdraw from a course Final Examinations Spring Commencement All grades recorded by faculty INTERSESSION

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