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Jackson State University 2016-2017 FACT BOOK Department of Institutional Research Planning and Assessment


Fall 2016 Jackson State University Fact Book Editors Arnitra Hunter Research Associate Institutional Research, Planning, and Assessment Post Office Box 17147 Jackson, MS 39217 (601) 979-0203 Angenette Dixon Research Associate Institutional Research, Planning, and Assessment Post Office Box 17147 Jackson, MS 39217 (601) 979-5901

Contributors Shemeka McClung Director Institutional Research, Planning, and Assessment Post Office Box 17147 Jackson, MS 39217 (601) 979-2484 Satya Sreedevi Redla Research Associate Institutional Research, Planning, and Assessment Post Office Box 17147 Jackson, MS 39217 (601) 979-2071

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Table of Contents ADMINISTRATION Office of the President .................................................................................................................................. 7 Division of Academic and Student Affairs ..................................................................................................... 7 Division of Business & Finance...................................................................................................................... 8 Division of Information Technology ............................................................................................................. 8 Division of Institutional Advancement.......................................................................................................... 8 Division of Research & Federal Relations .................................................................................................... 8 GENERAL INFORMATION The University ............................................................................................................................................... 9 Vision Statement and Mission .................................................................................................................... 11 History of the University ............................................................................................................................. 12 JSU Presidents ............................................................................................................................................ 16 President’s Cabinet .................................................................................................................................... 17 Accreditations ............................................................................................................................................. 18 Memberships .............................................................................................................................................. 19 NEW STUDENTS Major Feeder High Schools for ACT Tested First-Time Entering Freshmen: Fall 2016 ............................... 21 ACT Data for First-Time Entering Freshmen: Fall 2016 ............................................................................... 22 Distribution of Enhanced ACT Scores First-Time Freshmen: Fall 2016 ....................................................... 23 ACT Scores of First-Time Entering Freshmen: 5-Year Trend ....................................................................... 24 ENROLLMENT Enrollment by Status: Fall 2016 (Full-time/Part-time) …………………………………………… ................................ 26 Enrollment Overview: 2-Year Comparison ................................................................................................. 28 Enrollment Profile: 5-Year Trend ................................................................................................................ 29 Enrollment by Registration Type: 5-Year Trend.......................................................................................... 30 COLLEGES/SCHOOLS Enrollment by Colleges: 5-Year Trend (Fall 2012-Fall 2016) College of Business ..................................................................................................................................... 32 College of Education & Human Development ............................................................................................ 33 College of Liberal Arts ................................................................................................................................. 34 College of Lifelong Learning: 2-Year Trend ................................................................................................. 35 College of Public Service ............................................................................................................................. 36 College of Science, Engineering & Technology ........................................................................................... 37 School of Journalism and Media Studies .................................................................................................... 38 School of Public Health ............................................................................................................................... 39 Undeclared Majors .................................................................................................................................... 40 DEPARTMENTS Enrollment by Department & Level Fall 2012 ...................................................................................................................................................... 42 Fall 2013 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Table of Contents (Con’t) HOUSING AND RESIDENCY On-Campus Enrollment: Fall 2016 .............................................................................................................. 48 Enrollment by Residency: Fall 2016 ........................................................................................................... 48 Enrollment of Mississippi Students by Counties: 5-Year Trend .................................................................. 49 Enrollment of Students by States & District of Columbia 5-Year Trend................................................................................................................................................ 51 Enrollment of Students by Foreign Countries: 5-Year Trend ...................................................................... 52 CREDIT HOURS PRODUCTION Credit Hours Production by College, School, Department & Level Fall 2012 ...................................................................................................................................................... 55 Fall 2013 ...................................................................................................................................................... 56 Fall 2014 ...................................................................................................................................................... 57 Fall 2015 ...................................................................................................................................................... 58 Fall 2016 ...................................................................................................................................................... 59 College & Department: 5-Year Trend ......................................................................................................... 60 DEGREE PROGRAMS Degrees Programs Offered by Jackson State University ............................................................................. 62 Degrees Conferred by Degree, Level, and Program AY 2011-12 .................................................................................................................................................. 64 AY 2012-13 .................................................................................................................................................. 65 AY 2013-14 .................................................................................................................................................. 66 AY 2014-15 .................................................................................................................................................. 67 AY 2015-16 .................................................................................................................................................. 68 Degrees Conferred by Level: 5-Year Trend ................................................................................................. 69 Degrees Conferred by College: 5-Year Trend ............................................................................................. 69 Degrees Conferred by Degree, Level and Program: 5-Year Trend.............................................................. 70 EMPLOYEES Employees by Job Category: 5-Year Trend ................................................................................................. 72 Employees by Ethnicity Fall 2016................................................................................................................ 72 Full-time Instructional Faculty By Academic Rank: 5-Year Trend ............................................................... 73 Full-time Instructional Faculty By Academic Tenure Status: 5-Year Trend................................................. 73 Full-time Instructional Faculty By College, School & Department: 5-Year Trend................................................................................................................................................ 74 Full-time Teaching Faculty by Academic Rank and Tenure Status: 5-Year Trend....................................... 75 Full-time Faculty by Academic Rank and Educational Level: 5-Year Trend ................................................ 76 RESOURCES Education & General Revenues By Source: 5-Year Profile.......................................................................... 78 Education & General Expenditures By Source: 5-Year Profile .................................................................... 78 Did You Know Facts ..................................................................................................................................... 79 UNIVERSITY DIRECTORY .............................................................................................................................. 81 FACT BOOK EVALUATION 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PREFACE The Jackson State University Fact Book is an annual publication of the Department of Institutional Research, Planning, and Assessment. This document is an update of factual information which is designed to assist administrators, faculty, staff and other University constituents with statistical references about the institution. It assembles under one cover comparable information across a five-year period. The data collected and reported in the Fact Book are the official data for the University. As with any statistical data, these contained in the Fact Book are a snapshot of a single point in time. Every effort has been made to include within this publication the data most often requested. We invite the users of this book to freely comment on what data they would like to have included in the future. Your comments and suggestions will be appreciated as the Department of Institutional Research, Planning, and Assessment attempts to produce a document that meets the needs of the University community. Please direct comments to Institutional Research, Planning, and Assessment or email me at shemeka.s.mcclung@jsums.edu Shemeka McClung, PhD Director of Institutional Research, Planning, and Assessment Jackson State University P.O. Box 17147 Jackson, Mississippi 39217 601-979-7030 Telephone 601-979-4054 Fax

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ADMINISTRATION

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Interim President ........................................................................................... Dr. Rod Paige Chief Operating Officer ………………………….….……..……………………………………… Mr. Thomas Hudson, Esquire Provost and Senior Vice President, Academic and Student Affairs ................................ Dr. Evelyn Leggette Vice President, Research and Federal Relations ……………………..…………………….……………. Dr. Loretta Moore Vice President, Enrollment Management and Institutional Research…………………………..… Dr. Nicole Evans Vice President, Information Technology/Chief Information Officer ……….……………………. Dr. Deborah Dent Interim Vice President, Business and Finance ………………………….……………..………….…..... Dr. Marvel Turner Interim Vice President, Institutional Advancement …………………….……………..…………..... Ms. Sandra Hodge Director, Athletics........................................................................................................ Mr. Wheeler Brown Director, Internal Auditor ………………………………………………………………..……………… Mr. Christopher Thomas Executive Assistant to the President for Special Initiatives….………………………………….... Dr. Kimberly Hilliard General Counsel ........................................................................................................... Mr. Matthew Taylor Executive Director, University Communications…………………………………………………..…… Mr. Danny Blanton

Division of Academic and Student Affairs Provost and Senior Vice President, Academic and Student Affairs …………………........... Dr. Evelyn Leggette Vice President, Enrollment Management and Institutional Research..………………..……….. Dr. Nicole Evans Associate Vice President, Academic Affairs ………………..…………………….……….....……... Dr. Thomas Calhoun Interim Associate Vice President, Student Affairs………………………………………..………… Ms. Laquala Colman Executive Director, Career Services Center…….………………….………………………………… Ms. Lashanda Jordan Executive Director, Human Resources ………………………………………………………………..…………. Mrs. Robin Pack Executive Director, Institute of Government ……………………………………………………..…………. Dr. Otha Burton Executive Director, JSU Online …………………………………………………….…………………..… Ms. Andrea Jones-Davis Interim Executive Director, Housing and Residence Life………………………………………..……... Dr. Vance Siggers Director, Institutional Research, Planning, and Assessment ……………………………...… Dr. Shemeka McClung Director, Undergraduate Admissions………………………………………………………………….……. Mrs. Janieth Adams Director, Financial Aid ……………………………………………………….…………………………..….… Ms. Bettye J. Moncure Director, Registrar and Records……………………............................................................... Mr. Alfred Jackson Director, Undergraduate Recruitment…………………………….………………..……………………….. Dr. Juanita Morris Director, Latasha Norman Center…………………..………………………………………………………..…..Ms. Frances White Director, JSU Veteran Center ……………………………………………………………………………………………Dr. Latoya Reed Director, Upward Bound ……………………………………………………………………………….………… Mr. Reginald Castilla Director, Health Center …………………………………….………….…………………………………….…..… Dr. Samuel Jones Director, Fannie Lou Hamer Institute @ Council of Federated Organizations COFO...… Dr. Rico Chapman Director, Richard Wright Center ……………………………………………………………………………….... Dr. Kathi R. Griffin Director, JSU Global (Formally International Studies) ........................................................Dr. Priscilla Slade Interim Director, School of Lifelong Learning ....................................................................Dr. Carlos Wilson Interim Assistant Director, Disability Services/ADA Compliance……………………….…… Mr. Aaron Richardson Dean, College of Business.............................................................................................. Dr. Ramin Maysami Dean, College of Education and Human Development.................................................... Dr. Daniel Watkins Dean, College of Liberal Arts.......................................................................................... Dr. Mario Azevedo Dean, College of Public Service........................................................................................ Dr. Ricardo Brown Dean, College of Science, Engineering, and Technology...................................................... Dr. Richard Alo’ Dean, School of Journalism and Media Studies......................................................... Dr. Elayne H. Anthony Interim Dean, School of Public Health .................................................................. Dr. Mohammad Shabazzi Dean, Division of Graduate Studies.................................................................................. Dr. Dorris Gardner Dean, H. T. Sampson Library………………………………………………..………………………………….. Dr. Melissa Druckery Interim Dean, Division of Undergraduate Studies and Cyberlearning.............. Dr. Marie O’Banner-Jackson Associate Dean, W.E.B Du Bois Honors College ………………………………………..…….… Dr. Loria Brown-Gordon 7


Associate Dean, Graduate Studies..................................................................................... Dr. Darcie Bishop Associate Dean, College of Business............................................................................ Dr. Sheila Porterfield Associate Dean, College of Education and Human Development...................................Dr. Tameka Bradley Associate Dean, College of Education and Human Development................................. Dr. Millard Bingham Associate Dean, College of Liberal Arts......................................................... Dr. Bessie House-Soremekun Associate Dean, College of Public Service........................................................................ Dr. Isiah Marshall Associate Dean, College of Science, Engineering, and Technology.............................. Dr. Paul Tchounwou Associate Dean, College of Science, Engineering, and Technology................................. Dr. Wilbur Walters Manager, Student Publications……………………..…………………………….……………………….… Ms. Shannon Tatum

Division of Business and Finance Interim, Chief Financial Officer......................................................................................... Dr. Marvel Turner Assistant Vice President, Facilities and Construction Mgmt.........................................Mr. Wayne Goodwin Executive Director, JSU Business Office ………………………………………………………………………… Ms. Jewell Harris Director, Auxiliary Enterprise............................................................................................. Ms. Kamesha Hill Director, Purchasing and Travel …………………………………………………………….…………………… Ms. Keilani Vanish Associate Vice President, Public Safety ………………..…………………….………………...……... Mr. Lindsey Horton

Division of Information Technology Vice President, Information Technology and Chief Information Officer……………….………. Dr. Deborah Dent Vice President, Information Technology ……………………………………..……………..…………. Dr. Michael Robinson Director, Academic IT..……………………………………………………………………………..……………..……. Ms. Emily Bishop

Division of Institutional Advancement Vice President, Institutional Advancement ……………………………..…………………………..…… Mrs. Sandra Hodge Interim, Executive Director, University Communications ……………………………..….….….. Mr. Danny Blanton Director, Welcome Center ……………………………………………………………………..……….………..…. Ms. Gwen Caples Director, Alumni Constituency Relations…………………………….……………….……….. Ms. Tabatha Terrell Brooks

Division of Research and Federal Relations Vice President, Research and Federal Relations............................................................. Dr. Loretta Moore Associate Vice President, Research and Administration …………………………….……………. Mrs. Tracy Stapleton Associate Vice President, Research and Sponsored Programs………..……………….……….…... Dr. Safiya Omari Associate Vice President, Research and Scholarly Advancement……….……….....…..…... Dr. Candis Pizzetta Executive Director, Mississippi Urban Research Center.................................................... Dr. Melvin Davis Director, Multimodal Transportation..................................................................................... Dr. Feng Wang Director, Jackson Heart Study Coordinating Center …………………………………..………………. Dr. Adolfo Correa Director, Metro Jackson Community Prevention Coalition………..………………………….…..… Dr. Melinda Todd Director, Gallery 1 Arts……………………………………………………………………………..…..…….… Ms. Shonda McCarthy Director, Research Compliance ……………………..…………………………………………………………………… Dr. Ora Rawls Director, Title III Program………………………………………………………………………………………..….. Dr. Fredrick White

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THE UNIVERSITY Jackson State University, founded in 1877, is a historically black higher-research activity university located in Jackson, the capital city of Mississippi. Jackson State’s nurturing academic environment challenges individuals to change lives through teaching, research and service. Officially designated as Mississippi’s Urban University, Jackson State continues to enhance the state, the nation, and the world through comprehensive economic development, healthcare, and technological and educational initiatives. The only public university in the Jackson metropolitan area, Jackson State’s main campus is located near downtown, and now have five instructional sites throughout the city. Jackson State’s downtown instructional site is housed in Jackson’s 101 Capitol Centre Building, located on Capitol Street just east of the JSU main campus. This site brings together several components of JSU to form a one-of-a-kind public service center for Mississippi’s capital city. Dubbed the “101 Building,” JSU downtown houses the Department of Alumni and Constituency Relations/ Annual Giving, the Institute of Government, the Department of Public Policy and Administration, the Department of Urban and Regional Planning, the Mississippi Urban Research Center, and the Mississippi Conference of Black Mayors. The downtown location opened in 2015. Jackson State University has increased its academic offerings for adult learners desiring an education but needing alternate ways of attending the University. In order to further accommodate the fast-growing population of non-traditional students, Jackson State’s instructional site in Madison, MS, offers classes at times more accommodating for non-traditional students. The Madison site opened during the summer 2013. Additionally, Madison fits into the University’s enrollment management plan, which is to increase enrollment to 15,000 by 2021. The JSU Madison site is located at 382 Galleria Parkway, First Floor, which is visible and easily accessible from Interstate 55. Jackson State University has seen a large enrollment at its Madison site since its initial opening. Among the many proud accomplishments of Jackson State University (2015-2017):  JSU was awarded a $2.98 million competitive First In the World grant from the U.S. Department of Education to enhance STEM experiences for students  JSU named Apple Distinguished School for 2015 – 2017  JSU created the first School of Public Health in the State of Mississippi in Fall 2015  JSU School of Journalism and Media Studies launched in Fall 2015  Three-year enrollment growth at JSU tops universities statewide, with the College of Science, Engineering and Technology becoming the largest college  The College of Science, Engineering and Technology introduced two new programs: Bachelor of Science in Biotechnology and a Master of Science in Computational/Data-Enabled Science and Engineering  JSU CyberLearning earns prestigious 2015 Campus Technology Innovators Award in the Teaching and Learning category  JSU’s College of Business received accreditation from the Network of International Business Schools  JSU launched “Passport to the World” to offer students study-abroad opportunities  JSU dedicated the Circle of Humanity to showcase the university’s diversity at the recommendation of the student body  JSU launched a 21st-century learning center in the Charles F. Moore Building 9


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JSU launched Engage, a “hands-on” active learning space in the H.T. Sampson Library The College of Science, Engineering and Technology broke ground for a new 24,000 square-foot two-story wing to house classrooms, laboratories and faculty offices JSU undergraduate accounting program ranks No. 19 in national review of 30 schools The College of Education and Human Development launched its Freshman to Ph.D. Program for aspiring educators JSU received the 2016 Giving Back Award from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine, the largest oldest diversity and inclusion publication in higher education JSU was awarded over $976,000 by the Mississippi Department of Education to run the Mathematics Advancement in Teaching through Professional Development Phase II (MAT-PD2) program for the next three years JSU was ranked No. 19 out of the Top 30 affordable undergraduate accounting school programs by Accounting Degree Review JSU has enhanced a partnership with Jackson Public Schools through dedicating a Blackburn Learning Garden, which is really a living partnership with students from Blackburn Middle School JSU hosted successful 2017 Mississippi Region II Science and Engineering Fair College of Business earns coveted AACSB extension for accreditation for all programs JSU Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program re-accredited for 5 years JSU designated 2017 Military Friendly School JSU ranked among the top 200 research universities in the country JSU ranked among the top 20 HBCUs JSU ranks in Top 5 among 4,000 colleges and universities for graduating minorities JSU Rehabilitation Counseling Program received full accreditation for five years for its master’s degree program from the Council on Rehabilitation Education (CORE) JSU is No. 1 with the most student athletes on SWAC’s 2015-2016 All-Academic Team JSU Urban and Regional Planning Department receives two-year accreditation extension

During the 2016 fall semester, Jackson State University reached an enrollment of 9,811 students. The University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award 46 bachelor’s degrees, 37 master’s degrees, 2 specialists-in-education degrees, and 13 doctoral degrees. For more information on Jackson State University, please visit www.jsums.edu.

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VISION STATEMENT Building on its historic mission of empowering diverse students to become leaders, Jackson State University will become recognized as a challenging, yet nurturing, state-of-the-art technologically infused intellectual community. Students and faculty will engage in creative research, participate in interdisciplinary and multi-institutional/organizational collaborative learning teams and serve the global community.

UNIVERSITY MISSION STATEMENT The University produces technologically advanced, diverse, ethical, global leaders who think critically, address societal problems and compete effectively. Core Values  Tradition - The University believes that its role as a historically black university inspires and exemplifies positive societal change.  Accountability - The University believes in the principled exercise of leadership, excellence in scholarly activities, and the sanctity of the public trust.  Learning – The University believes in an experientially enhanced learning environment where teaching, research, and service are integrated and mutually reinforcing.  Nurturing - The University is committed to creating a community which affirms and welcomes people from diverse backgrounds and experiences and supports the realization of their human potential.  Service - The University responds to the needs of society to the best of its ability and expect its graduates to do likewise.  Responsibility – The University believes in and accepts its duty to enhance each generation’s capacity to improve the human condition.

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HISTORY OF THE UNIVERSITY Jackson State University’s distinguished history began in 1877 as Natchez Seminary, a private church school set up in Natchez, MS under the auspices of the American Baptist Home Mission Society of New York. Beginning with only 20 students, the seminary educated newly freed African-Americans as ministers and teachers. In 1882, the society moved the school to Jackson, MS to the location where Millsaps College now stands. The seminary was renamed Jackson College in recognition of its new location in central Mississippi. Three years later, construction began on the site that is now the University’s main campus. After the turn of the 20th century, the institution began to broaden its course of study, and in 1924, the college awarded its first degree. By 1934, the American Baptist Home Mission Society had withdrawn its support for the college, which began efforts toward garnering state support for the institution. In 1940, the school reorganized its curriculum as a two-year program and changed its name to the Mississippi Negro Training School. The State Institutions of Higher Learning then expanded the curriculum to a four-year teacher education program. The first graduating class under state support received Bachelor of Science degrees in Education in May 1944; two months after, the school was renamed Jackson College for Negro Teachers. By 1967, state support had been secured and the school was renamed Jackson State College. Through a legislative act in 1974, the College became Jackson State University (JSU). Five years later, the Institutions of Higher Learning officially designated JSU as Mississippi’s Urban University. From 1984 to 1991, JSU raised $11.2 million through a five-year capital campaign. The increased support helped enhance the University’s scholarship program, establish a Community Development Corporation to improve blighted areas around campus, organize a staff senate, create the Center for Professional Development and the Center for Technology Transfer, and expand programs through the Division of Continuing Education and the Universities Center. Heading into the 1990s, Jackson State became more fiscally sound and responsible by reducing its debt and improving fiscal management, increasing campus security, and launching a campus and community improvement project. Jackson State also expanded its academic programs with 15 new graduate and undergraduate programs. During this period, the University’s academic achievements were bolstered by the establishment of the School of Social Work; the formation of the School of Engineering; the opening of the School of Allied Health Sciences; the accreditation of the School of Business; and the expansion of the master’s program in Public Policy and Administration to departmental status, which made it the only such department in Mississippi’s higher education system. The University’s infrastructure also grew with a $13.5 million expansion and renovation of the H.T. Sampson Library, which doubled its size, the completion of a $2 million restoration of historic Ayer Hall, and the start of construction on a home for the School of Liberal Arts.

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Jackson State made history in 1999 when it landed the Jackson Heart Study, the largest single-site, prospective, epidemiologic investigation of cardiovascular disease among African Americans ever undertaken. The study was initially funded through a $12.9 million research grant and in 2005 it was extended through 2013 with an additional $54 million. Jackson State saw much advancement during the first 10 years of the new millennium, including a plan to combine the University’s eight schools into five colleges: Business; Education and Human Development; Liberal Arts; Public Service; and Science, Engineering and Technology. The University also created a fivesquare-mile urban laboratory surrounding the campus called e-City, which is a technology-based economic, housing and community development initiative. Out of that initiative came the Mississippi Learning Institute, which is a partnership with city and state educational leadership that provides a reading-based, math-oriented system for pre-K through undergraduate education. In 2013, Jackson State University and the Jackson Public School District collaborated to form the first laboratory school in this area, Blackburn Laboratory Middle School. In 2015, the University established the School of Public Health Initiative and the School of Journalism and Media Studies. Other successes in the new millennium include acquiring a $20 million facility from Allstate Corporation for only $3 million, which became home to the Mississippi e-Center@JSU. The facility is now a technological hub for corporate, community and academic advancement. The University also undertook $200 million in construction, which resulted in a new College of Liberal Arts Building, College of Business Building, Walter Payton Recreation and Wellness Center, Student Center, College of Science, Engineering and Technology Building, and the retail and residential development, One University Place. The construction also brought new residence halls and apartments and the renovation of the Gibbs-Green Pedestrian Walkway. Also known as “the plaza,” the decorative brick walkway provides an expanded pedestrian mall that beckons students and visitors from downtown Jackson to campus. Jackson State’s connection to downtown continued to be enhanced in 2010 with the establishment of the Civil Rights corridor along John R. Lynch Street. The corridor, which is home to the historic COFO building, educates a new generation of the movement for equality. Jackson State further expanded by opening a satellite campus location in Madison, Mississippi, and a Downtown Campus at the 101 Capitol Street Building. Additionally, the University has added new housing options for the expanding student population, including Tiger Point, Tiger Plaza and University Pointe. In summer 2016, the new 23,000-square-foot, two-story expansion to the College of Engineering Building opened. Today, Jackson State continues its legacy of academic excellence while it secures its future. Since 2013, Jackson State University has been recognized as one of only five Apple Distinguished Schools in the country. Launched in 2012, the university’s iPad initiative, one of the largest in the nation, has provided every first-time entering freshman with a device to assist them with their studies. To prepare Jackson State University graduates to become world-class leaders, a CyberLearning ecosystem has been developed and opened, which is comprised of the three high-tech driven and 3-D equipped INNOVATE, CREATE and ENGAGE centers housed in the H.T. Sampson Library.

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Jackson State University is designated as a "higher research activity” institution by the Carnegie Foundation and has been named as an Institutional Partner by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. This emphasis on research and scholarship is cemented by data that show JSU continues the tradition of being a top producer of African-Americans with bachelor’s degrees in education and by ongoing funding from government agencies, including a recent $2.9 million “First in the World” grant from the U.S. Department of Education. The academic enterprise remains robust at Jackson State. Listed by Forbes Magazine as one of America’s Top Colleges for 2015, cited by G.I. Jobs Magazine as a “Military-Friendly University” for the fourth consecutive year, and recognized by Diverse Issues in Higher Education Magazine for the number of STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) graduates produced annually, JSU remains an academic mecca. With a historic enrollment of nearly 10,000 students, Jackson State University serves students from more than 63 foreign countries and nearly all 82 counties of Mississippi, providing them with the academic opportunities to develop the knowledge and skills to succeed as global leaders who contribute to their communities and to the world at large.

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UNIVERSITY’S HISTORY TIMELINE ON A MISSION 1877: Founded in Natchez, Miss., as Natchez Seminary, operating under the auspices of the American Baptist Home Mission Society of New York. Twenty newly freed slaves enroll to become ministers and teachers. 1882: Relocates to Jackson, Miss., and is renamed Jackson College. 1885: Construction begins on the site now home to the University’s main campus.

EMERGING IDENTITY 1924: First degree awarded. 1934: American Baptist Home Mission Society withdraws support, and the move toward state support begins. 1940: Renamed Mississippi Negro Training School. The State Institutions of Higher Learning expands curriculum to a four-year teacher education program. 1944: Renamed Jackson College for Negro Teachers. First graduating class under state support receives Bachelor of Science degrees in Education. 1967: Renamed Jackson State College. 1974: Renamed Jackson State University. 1979: Designated Mississippi’s Urban University by the State Institutions of Higher Learning.

EXPANSION 1990s: Schools of Social Work, Engineering, and Allied Health Sciences introduced; School of Business accredited; Public Policy and Administration master’s program elevated to departmental status, making it the only such department in Mississippi. Infrastructure growth includes the $13.5 million renovation of the H.T. Sampson Library, a $2 million restoration of historic Ayer Hall and construction to house the School of Liberal Arts. 1999: Landmark Jackson Heart Study, largest investigation of cardiovascular disease among African-Americans, begins. Initially funded through a $12.9 million research grant, it received an additional $54 million in 2005.

THE NEW MILLENNIUM • The University’s academic disciplines are organized into five colleges: Business; Education and Human Development; Liberal Arts; Public Service; and Science, Engineering and Technology and two schools: Journalism and Media Studies and Public Health. • e-City, an economic, housing and community development initiative, created. • The Mississippi Learning Institute, a city-state partnership with an emphasis on math and reading, created. • Mississippi e-Center@ JSU, a technological hub for corporate, community and academic advancement, established; housed in a $20 million facility acquired from Allstate Corporation for only $3 million. • $200 million in construction: College of Liberal Arts, College of Business, Walter Payton Recreation and Wellness Center, Student Center, School of Engineering; new residence halls and apartments and the renovation of the Gibbs-Green Pedestrian Walkway (connecting the campus and downtown Jackson). 2010: Civil Rights corridor established along John R. Lynch Street featuring the historic Council of Federal Organizations (COFO) Education Center and the opening of the retail and residential development One University Place. 15


2012: Launch of iPad initiative equipping freshmen with iPads to aid in learning. 2013: Madison satellite campus opens. 2014: Named Apple Distinguished School. 2015: JSU establishes the first School of Public Health in Mississippi. 2015: JSU 101 Building opens in downtown Jackson. 2015: School of Journalism and Media Studies opens.

JSU PRESIDENTS 1877-1894: Dr. Charles Ayer 1894-1911: Dr. Luther G. Barrett 1911-1927: Dr. Zachary T. Hubert 1927-1940: Dr. B. Baldwin Dansby 1940-1967: Dr. Jacob L. Reddix 1967-1984: Dr. John A. Peoples, Jr. 1984-1991: Dr. James A. Hefner 1991-1992: Dr. Herman B. Smith, Jr. (interim) 1992-1999: Dr. James E. Lyons, Sr. 1999-2000: Dr. Bettye Ward Fletcher (interim) 2000-2010: Dr. Ronald Mason, Jr. 2010: Dr. Leslie Burl McLemore (interim) 2011-2016: Dr. Carolyn W. Meyers 2016 – present: Dr. Rod Paige (interim)

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PRESIDENT’S CABINET Dr. Evelyn Leggette Provost and Senior Vice President, Academic and Student Affairs

Mr. Thomas Hudson, Esquire Chief Operating Officer and Chief Diversity and Equal Employment Opportunity Officer/Title IX Coordinator

Dr. Deborah Dent Vice President, Information Technology and Chief Information Officer

Dr. Nicole Evans Vice President, Enrollment Management and Institutional Research

Dr. Loretta Moore Vice President, Research and Federal Relations

Mr. Wheeler Brown Director, Athletics

Ms. Sandra Hodge Interim Vice President, Institutional Advancement

Dr. Marvel Turner, Sr. Interim Vice President, Business and Finance

Mr. Matthew Taylor, Esquire General Counsel

Mr. Christopher Thomas Director, Internal Audit

Mr. Danny Blanton Executive Director, University Communications

Dr. William McHenry Executive Director, E-Center

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ACCREDITATIONS Jackson State University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097; Telephone number 404-6794501) to award the Bachelor's, Master's, Specialist, and Doctorate degrees. Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) American Psychology Association (APA) National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD) National Association of Schools of Music (NASM) Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) Planning Accreditation Board (PAB) American Chemical Association (ACA) Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE) Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech Language Pathology (CAA) Council of Education for Public Health (CEPH) Network of International Business Schools (NIBS) Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP) Council on Rehabilitation Education (CORE)

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MEMBERSHIPS American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers American Association of Collegiate Schools of Business American College Health Association American Planning Association American Council on Education American Schools of Construction American Society for Engineering Education Association of American Colleges Association of Baccalaureate Social Worker Program Directors, Inc. Association of College Unions International Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning Association of Departments of English Association of Departments of Foreign Language Association of State Colleges and Universities Campus Compact Cooperative Education Association Council of Academic Programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders Council of Colleges of Arts and Sciences Council of Graduate Schools Council of Southern Graduate Schools Council of Historically Black Graduate Schools Group for the Advancement of Doctoral Education Institute of International Education Mississippi Academy of Sciences Mississippi Association of College Student Affairs Professionals Mississippi Association of Colleges Mississippi Association of Colleges and Employers Mississippi Association of Colleges for Teacher Education Mississippi Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers Mississippi Council of Colleges of Arts and Sciences Mississippi Counseling Association National Association of College Deans, Registrars and Admissions Officers National Association of Colleges and Employers National Association of Deans and Directors of Schools of Social Work National Association of Student Affairs Professionals National Association of Veterans Programs Administrators National Center for Public Service Internship Program National Collegiate Honors Council National Commission on Accrediting National Council for Small Business Management Development National Student Exchange Southeastern Association of Colleges and Employers Southern Business Administration Association Southern College Health Association

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JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY MAJOR FEEDER HIGH SCHOOLS FOR ACT-TESTED FIRST-TIME ENTERING FRESHMEN FALL 2016 HIGH SCHOOL Murrah High School Terry High School

LOCATION

ENROLLED NUMBER

AVG. ACT

Jackson, MS

47

20.45

Terry, MS

33

18.97

Robert M. Callaway High School

Jackson, MS

32

17.84

Jim Hill Senior High School

Jackson, MS

31

19.48

Lanier High School

Jackson, MS

26

18.23

Provine High School

Jackson, MS

22

18.05

Forest Hill High School

Jackson, MS

19

18.84

Greenville High School

Greenville, MS

13

18.31

Canton, MS

13

17.46

Yazoo City High School

Yazoo City, MS

10

17.10

Greenwood Senior High School

Greenwood, MS

10

18.60

Vicksburg, MS

9

17.56

Hattiesburg, MS

9

21.11

Jacob J. McClain High School

Lexington, MS

9

16.56

Columbus High School

Canton High School

Vicksburg High School Hattiesburg High School

Columbus, MS

8

18.13

Leland High School

Leland, MS

8

18.13

Wingfield High School

Jackson, MS

8

18.13

Velma Jackson Magnet High School

Camden, MS

8

19.00

Clinton High School

Clinton, MS

7

21.71

Clarksdale High School

Clarksdale, MS

7

19.43

Ridgeland High School

Ridgeland, MS

7

17.57

Rosa Fort High School

Tunica

7

18.00

Greenwood, MS

6

16.33

Brandon High School

Brandon, MS

6

21.33

Madison Central High School

Madison, MS

6

17.33

Natchez

6

17.33

Amanda Elzy High School

Natchez High School

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JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY ACT-DATA FIRST-TIME ENTERING FRESHMEN FALL 2016 Reference Score Values

2016 ACT Scores English

Math

Reading

Twenty-fifth percentile Median Seventy-fifth percentile Overall mean Standard deviation

16.0 19.0 22.0 19.14 4.4

16.0 17.0 20.0 18.34 3.35

17.0 20.0 22.0 20.15 4.28

Science Reasoning 18.0 20.0 22.0 19.92 3.2

Average ACT Scores by High School Rank

Top Quarter

Second Quarter

Third Quarter

Bottom Quarter

14.18 15.31 15.37 16.03 15.84

17.08 16.44 18.26 18.88 17.56

20.19 18.23 21.00 20.75 19.46

25.15 23.04 26.02 24.04 23.85

English Mathematics Reading Science Reasoning Composite

COLLEGE FRESHMEN TRENDS

Composite 17.0 18.0 21.0 19.18 3.25

2013

2014

2015

2016

English

19.09

18.92

19.24

19.14

Mathematics

18.33

18.34

18.53

18.34

Reading

19.62

19.75

20.07

20.15

Science Reasoning

19.61

19.58

19.96

19.92

Composite

18.96

18.95

19.30

19.18

Average High School GPA

2.93

2.98

3.03

2.91

Average ACT Score

Source: ACT Class Profile Service Report

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JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY DISTRIBUTION OF ENHANCED ACT SCORES FIRST-TIME ENTERING FRESHMEN FALL 2016 SCORES 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4

English 3 3 5 7 10 14 19 19 22 51 51 58 81 71 122 92 102 100 131 131 72 32 22 13 4 2 -

Mathematics 1 3 1 7 17 22 28 65 46 54 39 56 65 158 192 315 132 26 10 10 -

Reading 1 1 6 7 5 25 18 31 30 27 37 36 80 88 141 83 131 131 134 88 54 47 21 12 1 1 1 -

Average ACT Score is 19.18 Source: ACT Class Profile Service Report

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Science Reasoning 2 1 2 13 15 17 43 75 83 108 187 187 158 151 83 77 43 27 15 3 15 2 1 -

Composite 1 2 4 12 17 32 56 36 64 52 88 104 147 210 216 178 42 18 5 8 -


JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY ACT COMPOSITE SCORES FIRST-TIME ENTERING FRESHMEN 5-YEAR TREND SCORES 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9

2012

8 7 6 5 4 Composite

-

1 2 2 5 10 13 23 18 27 65 56 76 103 139 143 114 26 22 12 1 2 -

18.9

2013 1 2 1 3 15 20 26 28 45 74 90 93 126 154 176 159 46 26 8 2 0 -

2014 1 1 2 1 5 10 14 23 40 32 39 86 64 113 105 174 186 177 51 30 12 5 -

2015 1 4 8 8 25 31 47 30 51 89 75 102 129 204 175 175 55 15 8 1 1 -

19.0

19.0

1 19.3

24

2016 1 2 4 12 17 32 56 36 64 52 88 104 147 210 216 178 42 18 5 8 19.18


ENROLLMENT

25


JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY ENROLLMENT OF MAJORS BY STATUS FALL 2016 MAJORS/COLLEGES Accounting Business Administration Economics Entrepreneurship Finance Management Marketing TOTAL, COLLEGE OF BUSINESS Child Care and Family Education Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Rehabilitation and Psychometric Services Early Childhood Education Early Childhood Education K-3 Education Educational Administration Educational Administration and Supervision Elementary Education Health, Physical Education and Recreation Professional Interdisciplinary Studies Reading School Counseling Secondary Education Social Science Education Special Education Sport Science Teaching Urban Higher Education TOTAL, COLLEGE OF EDUCATION AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT Art Clinical Psychology Criminal Justice and Correctional Services Criminology and Justice Services English Foreign Languages History Music Education Performance Political Science Psychology Sociology Speech TOTAL, COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS Public Administration Public Policy and Administration Social Work Urban and Regional Planning Urban Studies TOTAL, COLLEGE OF PUBLIC SERVICE

FULL-TIME 256 350 17 64 47 129 85 948 404 20 26 13 68 12 31 1 323 240 257 9 2 12 20 21 1 42 1502 119 21 389 3 83 7 53 39 96 94 243 20 48 1215 26 11 568 14 10 629

26

PART-TIME 61 106 4 16 7 20 7 221 55 38 31 16 103 114 121 3 58 47 112 11 13 3 3 9 48 103 42 930 22 13 44 16 23 2 28 12 16 14 18 26 7 241 65 67 132 55 3 322

Total 317 456 21 80 54 149 92 1169 459 58 57 29 171 126 152 4 381 287 369 20 15 3 15 29 69 104 84 2432 141 34 433 19 106 9 81 51 112 108 261 46 55 1456 91 78 700 69 13 951


JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY ENROLLMENT OF MAJORS BY STATUS (Continued) FALL 2016 Biology

934

161

1095

Biomedical Engineering

11

2

13

Chemistry

169

47

216

Civil Engineering

194

18

212

Computational and Data-Enabled Science and Engineering

25

10

35

Computer Engineering

203

29

232

Computer Science

154

32

186

Data-Enabled Science and Engineering

0

1

1

Earth System Science

7

3

10

Electrical Engineering

75

11

86

Engineering

32

22

54

Environmental Science

5

36

41

Hazardous Materials Management

3

22

25

Industrial Technology

133

12

145

Mathematics

61

8

69

Mathematics Education

14

1

15

Meteorology

25

4

29

Physics

30

4

34

Science and Mathematics Teaching

4

7

11

Statistics

2

1

3

Technology Education

14

72

86

TOTAL, COLLEGE OF SCIENCE, ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

2095

503

2598

Mass Communications

229

40

269

TOTAL, SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM & MEDIA STUDIES

229

40

269

Communicative Disorders

115

6

121

Health Care Administration

430

32

462

Public Health

91

106

197

TOTAL, SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH INITIATIVE

636

144

780

Non-Degree Major

0

10

10

Undecided major

81

65

146

TOTAL Grand Total

27

81

75

156

7335

2476

9811


JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY ENROLLMENT OVERVIEW 2-YEAR COMPARISON Fall 2015

Fall 2016

UNIVERSITY TOTALS

9802

100%

9811

100%

Full-Time Part-Time F.T.E. Total Undergraduate Total Graduate Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Masters Specialist Doctorate Unclassified-Post Baccalaureate In-State Out-of-State International Unknown Men Women Black White Hispanic Asian American Indian Pacific Islander Not Identified Multi-Racial Business Education & Human Development Journalism and Media Studies Liberal Arts Public Service Public Health Initiative Science, Engineering, & Technology Undeclared Majors

7548 2254 8398 7475 2327 2068 1416 1623 2368 1495 103 708 21 7781 1731 289 1 3413 6389 8860 633 61 103 32 1 112 1139 2444 1829 939 754 2503 194

77.0% 23.0%

7335 2476 8340 7492 2319 2044 1469 1659 2320 1476 126 709 8 7516 1963 332 3360 6451 8910 616 85 65 28 2 105 1169 2432 269 1456 951 780 2598 156

74.76% 25.24%

28

76.26% 23.74% 21.10% 14.44% 16.56% 24.16% 15.25% 1.05% 7.22% 0.21% 79.38% 17.66% 2.95% 0.01% 34.82% 65.18% 90.39% 6.46% 0.62% 1.05% 0.33% 0.01% 1.14% 11.62% 24.93% 18.66% 9.58% 7.69% 25.54% 1.98%

76.36% 23.64% 20.83% 14.97% 16.91% 23.65% 15.61% 0.95% 7.00% 0.08% 76.61% 20.01% 3.38% 65.75% 34.25% 90.82% 6.28% 0.87% 0.66% 0.28% 0.02% 1.07% 11.92% 24.79% 2.74% 14.84% 9.69% 7.95% 26.48% 1.59%


JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY ENROLLMENT PROFILE 5-YEAR TREND Fall 2012 8819 6303 2516 7131 6675 2144

Fall 2013 9134 6665 2469 7544 6902 2232

Fall 2014 9508 6819 2689 7815 7199 2309

Fall 2015 9802 7548 2254 8398 7475 2327

Fall 2016 9811 7335 2476 8340 7492 2319

Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Masters Specialist Doctorate Unclassified-Post Baccalaureate In-State Out-of-State International Unknown Men Women

1538 1223 1556 2358 1412 130 538 64 7465 1174 177 3 3120 5699

1742 1240 1493 2427 1480 107 602 43 7656 1258 218 2 3204 5930

1935 1320 1641 2303 1478 101 697 33 7790 1449 264 5 3363 6145

2068 1416 1623 2368 1495 103 708 21 7781 1731 289 1 3413 6389

2044 1469 1659 2320 176 126 709 8 7516 1963 332 3360 6451

Black White Hispanic Asian American Indian Pacific Islander Multi-Racial Unknown Business Education & Human Development Journalism & Media Studies Liberal Arts Lifelong Learning Public Service Public Health Initiative Science, Engineering, & Technology Undeclared Majors

7970 606 48 82 29 1 83 1026 2065 1708 350 1260 2005 405

8239 588 60 99 36 1 111 1060 2467 1772 1366 2108 361

8566 623 55 116 41 1 105 1 1058 2519 1733 1540 2308 350

8860 633 61 103 32 1 112 1139 2444 1829 939 754 2503 194

8910 616 85 65 28 2 105 1169 2432 269 1456 951 780 2598 156

UNIVERSITY TOTALS Full-Time Part-Time F.T.E. Total Undergraduate Total Graduate

29


JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY ENROLLMENT BY REGISTRATION TYPE 5-YEAR TREND Fall 2012 First-Time Freshmen Returning Undergraduate Students Readmitted Students First-Time Transfer Students First-Time Graduate Students Returning or Transfer Graduate Students Transient Students Non-Formula Students Other High School Students Returning Post Baccalaureate TOTAL

Fall 2013

873 4612 477 642 568 1570 74 2 1 8819

Fall 2014

1103 4529 530 678 628 1602 37 3 24 9134

Fall 2015

1196 4522 639 790 645 1660 38 3 14 1 9508

Enrollment by Registration Type Fall 2016 High School Student taking College Course 0.33% Transient Student 0.36%

First-Time Graduate Student 6.73%

Other 0.14%

Returning Post Baccalaureate 0.21%

First Time Freshmen 13.17%

Returning or Transfer Graduate Student 16.90%

First Time Transfer Student 7.92%

Returning Undergraduate Student 47.53%

Readmitted Student 6.71%

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1235 4727 624 772 641 1685 39 36 43 9802

Fall 2016 1292 4663 658 777 660 1658 35 14 33 21 9811


COLLEGES

31


JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF BUSINESS 5-YEAR TREND COLLEGE TOTAL Full-time Part-time Total Undergraduate Total Graduate Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Masters Specialist Doctorate Unclassified-Post Baccalaureate Men Women Black White Hispanic Asian American Indian Pacific Islander Not Identified Multi-racial FULL-TIME FACULTY Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor Instructor Lecturer Other Academic Rank Total Faculty STUDENT CREDIT HOURS Intermediate Lower Upper Graduate* Doctoral* TOTAL

Fall 2012 1026 824 202 898 128 183 177 207 331 96 32 476 550 918 82 8 9 2 7

Fall 2013 1060 877 183 946 114 213 191 215 327 86 28 480 580 949 79 10 11 2 9

Fall 2014 1058 876 182 938 120 239 164 224 311 91 29 500 558 947 77 8 15 2 9

Fall 2015 1139 965 174 1046 93 292 205 216 331 68 25 2 542 597 1018 78 11 12 4 16

Fall 2016 1169 948 221 1031 138 300 209 200 322 110 28 513 656 1051 79 20 5 1 1 0 12

9 10 13 5 37

8 10 13 5 36

3 9 16 7 1 36

9 11 11 6 37

9 11 10 5 35

33 2,181 4,815 1,102 8131

2214 5214 717 186 8331

2247 5253 669 116 8285

3215 4758 489 137 8599

3267 5301 930 130 9628

The Doctoral hours are added to Graduate hours for years 2011 and 2012.*

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JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF EDUCATION & HUMAN DEVELOPMENT 5-YEAR TREND COLLEGE TOTAL Full-time Part-time Total Undergraduate Total Graduate Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Masters Specialist Doctorate Unclassified-Post Baccalaureate Men Women Black White Hispanic Asian American Indian Pacific Islander Multi-racial FULL-TIME FACULTY Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor Instructor Lecturer Total Faculty STUDENT CREDIT HOURS Intermediate Developmental Lower Upper Graduate* Doctoral* TOTAL

Fall 2012 2065 1,044 1,021 1,226 839 125 176 361 564 535 130 174 493 1,572 1,930 97 4 10 16 1 7

Fall 2013 2467 1307 1160 1603 864 172 155 311 579 543 107 214 602 1865 2294 108 14 12 25 1 13

Fall 2014 2519 1303 1216 1643 876 209 241 415 778 525 101 250 614 1905 2320 132 10 18 20 1 18

Fall 2015 2444 1543 901 1554 890 222 240 397 695 522 103 265 585 1859 2269 122 11 14 10 1 17

Fall 2016 2432 1502 930 1501 931 203 215 402 681 540 126 265 568 1864 2266 118 17 5 11 1 14

17 17 18 11 1 64

16 17 17 10 1 61

13 20 14 9 5 61

15 18 21 8 1 63

15 17 19 5 1 57

684 6,576 5,955 5,203 18418

5082 5529 4012 1395 16018

6314 4965 3953 1574 16806

6058 5138 4046 1424 16666

6058 5089 4472 1188 16807

The Doctoral hours are added to Graduate hours for years 2011 and 2012. * The School of Lifelong Learning is included in the College of Education and Human Development in 2013-2015. **

33


JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 5-YEAR TREND COLLEGE TOTAL Full-time Part-time Total Undergraduate Total Graduate Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Masters Specialist Doctorate Unclassified-Post Baccalaureate Men Women Black White Hispanic Asian American Indian Pacific Islander Not Identified Multi-racial FULL-TIME FACULTY Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor Instructor Lecturer Other Academic Rank Total Faculty STUDENT CREDIT HOURS Developmental Lower Upper Graduate Doctoral TOTAL

Fall 2012 1708 1,423 285 1,486 222 350 308 339 489 181 41 719 989 1,577 87 5 10 2 27

Fall 2013 1772 1502 270 1533 239 392 320 334 487 201 38 734 1038 1643 76 12 9 3 29

Fall 2014 1733 1444 289 1520 213 418 299 360 443 171 42 727 1006 1598 72 12 7 9 35

Fall 2015 1829 1578 251 1621 208 500 316 338 467 170 38 774 1055 1686 81 10 9 7 36

Fall 2016 1456 1215 241 1324 132 407 283 249 385 98 34 621 835 1348 61 12 6 3 0 26

12 25 46 38 2 123

12 25 46 38 2 123

7 23 40 34 9 113

9 30 35 37 111

10 25 31 38 104

497 19,703 7,302 1,523 29025

108 22704 8198 1257 328 32596

23116 7471 1051 344 31982

22569 7842 889 315 31615

21636 6578 641 266 29121

The Doctoral hours are added to Graduate hours for years 2011-12.

34


JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF LIFELONG LEARNING 2-YEAR TREND Fall 2011 363 227 136 363 -

Fall 2012 350 219 131 350 -

Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Masters Specialist Doctorate Unclassified-Post Baccalaureate

24 40 79 220 -

14 38 81 217 -

Men Women

106 257

102 248

Black White Hispanic Asian American Indian Pacific Islander Not Identified Multi-racial

340 15 4 2 2

328 14 2 3 3

3 1 4

3 1 4

222 2018 1149 3389

183 1434 1239 2856

COLLEGE TOTAL Full-time Part-time Total Undergraduate Total Graduate

FULL-TIME FACULTY Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor Instructor Lecturer Other Academic Rank Total Faculty STUDENT CREDIT HOURS Intermediate Lower Upper Graduate Doctoral TOTAL

The College of Lifelong Learning became the School of Lifelong Learning in Fall 2013.* The School of Lifelong Learning is calculated in the College of Education for 2013-2015.*

35


JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF PUBLIC SERVICE 5-YEAR TREND COLLEGE TOTAL Full-time Part-time Total Undergraduate Total Graduate Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Masters Specialist Doctorate Unclassified-Post Baccalaureate Men Women Black White Hispanic Asian American Indian Pacific Islander Multi-racial FULL-TIME FACULTY Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor Instructor Lecturer Other Academic Rank Total Faculty STUDENT CREDIT HOURS Intermediate Lower Upper Graduate* Doctoral* TOTAL

Fall 2012 1,260 863 397 672 588

Fall 2013 1366 958 408 719 647

Fall 2014 1540 1039 501 825 715

Fall 2015 939 640 299 442 497

Fall 2016 951 629 322 454 497

101 116 180 275 370 218 -

124 115 195 285 400 247 -

148 147 237 293 429 286 -

72 60 124 186 316 181 -

70 61 131 192 319 178 -

213 1,047 1,127 104 4 15 1 5

222 1144 1204 123 6 20 1 0 12

246 1294 1365 135 6 21 2 11

156 783 861 62 2 5 2 7

163 788 867 66 4 3 4 7

9 15 20 2 1 47

9 15 20 2 1 47

12 12 21 3 6 54

6 11 10 7 34

6 14 8 4 32

1,109 3,122 4,206 8437

996 3739 3562 1199 9496

1479 3732 3559 1206 9976

1269 1989 2899 761 6918

1278 2194 2756 712 6940

For Fall 2015, the calculations in this table show a decrease amount due to the establishment of the School of Public Health Initiative (see page 37). The Doctoral hours are added to Graduate hours for years 2011 and 2012.**

36


JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF SCIENCE, ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY 5-YEAR TREND Fall 2012 2,005 1,678 327 1,703 302

Fall 2013 2108 1768 340 1783 325

Fall 2014 2308 1906 402 1968 340

Fall 2015 2503 2116 387 2142 361

Fall 2016 2598 2095 503 2249 349

Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Masters Specialist Doctorate Unclassified-Post Baccalaureate Men Women

546 357 354 446 229 73 927 1,078

618 383 310 472 250 75 991 1117

713 421 375 459 262 78 1100 1208

776 458 418 490 273 88 1178 1325

820 488 433 508 239 110 1188 1410

Black White Hispanic Asian American Indian Pacific Islander Not Identified Multi-racial

1,781 152 14 29 5 24

1843 158 16 43 4 44

2038 168 17 49 8 28

2209 189 23 48 8 26

2305 194 26 35 9 29

35 38 28 13 114

41 37 24 12 5 119

23 28 49 5 5 110

39 36 26 6 107

39 34 28 8 109

723 13,835 4,785 2,098 21441

14288 4755 1615 719 21377

14725 4608 1887 724 21944

16752 4752 1738 403 23645

16309.5 5759 1718 376.5 24163

COLLEGE TOTAL Full-time Part-time Total Undergraduate Total Graduate

FULL-TIME FACULTY Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor Instructor Lecturer Other Academic Rank Total Faculty STUDENT CREDIT HOURS Intermediate Lower Upper Graduate* Doctoral* TOTAL

The Doctoral hours are added to Graduate hours for years 2011 and 2012. **

37


JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM AND MEDIA STUDIES 5-YEAR TREND COLLEGE TOTAL Full-time Part-time Total Undergraduate Total Graduate Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Masters Specialist Doctorate Unclassified-Post Baccalaureate Men Women Black White Hispanic Asian American Indian Pacific Islander Not Identified Multi-racial FULL-TIME FACULTY Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor Instructor Lecturer Other Academic Rank Total Faculty STUDENT CREDIT HOURS Intermediate Lower Upper Graduate Doctoral TOTAL

Fall 2012 -

Fall 2013 -

Fall 2014 -

Fall 2015 -

Fall 2016 269 229 40 239 30 62 65 72 40 30 -

-

-

-

-

134 135 256 5 1 2 5

-

-

-

-

0 1 2 1 4

-

-

-

-

204 960 129 1293

38


JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH INITIATIVE 5-YEAR TREND COLLEGE TOTAL Full-time Part-time Total Undergraduate Total Graduate Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Masters Specialist Doctorate Unclassified-Post Baccalaureate Men Women Black White Hispanic Asian American Indian Pacific Islander Not Identified Multi-racial FULL-TIME FACULTY Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor Instructor Lecturer Other Academic Rank Total Faculty STUDENT CREDIT HOURS Intermediate Lower Upper Graduate Doctoral TOTAL

Fall 2012 -

Fall 2013 -

Fall 2014 -

Fall 2015 754 590 164 497 257 98 104 116 179 146 111 -

Fall 2016 780 636 144 548 232 85 124 162 177 138 94 -

-

-

-

91 663 659 72 3 10 1 9

94 686 684 76 4 6 10

-

-

-

8 4 7 1 1 21

7 6 6 1 20

-

-

-

153 2455 1152 359 4119

135 2787 1169 293 4384

School of Public Health Initiative was established at the beginning of Fall 2015.

39


JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY UNDECLARED MAJORS 5-YEAR TREND Fall 2012 405 252 153

Fall 2013 361 253 108

Fall 2014 350 251 99

Fall 2015 194 116 78

Fall 2016 156 81 75

Total Undergraduate Total Graduate

340 65

318 43

305 45

173 21

146 10

Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior Masters Specialist Doctorate Unclassified-Post Baccalaureate

219 51 34 36 1 64

204 49 36 29 43

208 48 30 19 13 32 -

108 33 14 18 21

97 24 10 15 2 8

Men Women Black White Hispanic Asian American Indian Pacific Islander Multi-racial

190 215 309 70 11 9 6

175 186 306 44 2 4 1 4

176 174 298 39 2 7 4

87 107 158 29 1 5 1

79 77 133 17 1 3 2

COLLEGE TOTAL Full-time Part-time

40


DEPARTMENTS

41


JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY ENROLLMENT BY DEPARTMENT AND LEVEL Fall 2012 DEPARTMENT/SCHOOL/COLLEGE Accounting Economics, Finance & General Business Entrepreneurship & Professional Development Management & Marketing TOTAL, COLLEGE OF BUSINESS Education Educational Foundations & Leadership Educational Technology Health, Physical Education & Recreation Higher Education Elementary & Early Childhood Education School, Community & Rehabilitation Counseling Social & Cultural Special Education TOTAL, COLLEGE OF EDUCATION & HUMAN DEVELOPMENT Art Criminal Justice & Sociology English & Modern Foreign Languages History and Philosophy Mass Communications Music Political Science Psychology Speech Communications TOTAL, COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS Professional Interdisciplinary Studies TOTAL, COLLEGE OF LIFELONG LEARNING Communicative Disorders Health Policy & Management Public Policy & Administration Social Work Urban Studies Urban & Regional Planning TOTAL, COLLEGE OF PUBLIC SERVICE Biology Chemistry Civil Engineering Computer Engineering Computer Science Electrical Engineering Graduate Engineering Program Mathematics Physics, Atmospherics Sciences & Geosciences Technology Telecommunication Engineering TOTAL, COLLEGE OF SCIENCE, ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY UNDECIDED MAJORS TOTAL, UNIVERSITY

UNDERGRADUATE 262 369 75 192 898 1 258 890 36 41 1,226 109 458 113 58 213 146 114 234 41 1,486 350 350 77 215 367 13 672 783 137 161 244 147 5 65 62 92 7 1,703

GRADUATE 40 88 128 123 65 95 78 323 120 35 839 58 34 22 38 11 18 41 222 35 198 104 180 71 588 90 54 31 26 13 88 302

TOTAL 302 457 75 192 1,026 123 65 1 353 78 1,213 120 36 76 2,065 109 516 147 80 251 157 132 275 41 1,708 350 350 112 413 104 547 13 71 1,260 873 191 161 244 178 5 26 78 62 180 7 2,005

340 6675

65 2144

405 8819

42


JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY ENROLLMENT BY DEPARTMENT AND LEVEL Fall 2013 DEPARTMENT/SCHOOL/COLLEGE Accounting Business Administration Economics Entrepreneurship & Professional Development Finance Management Marketing TOTAL, COLLEGE OF BUSINESS Child Care and Family Education Education Educational Technology (deleted) Guidance and Counseling Health, Physical Education & Recreation Higher Education Reading Rehabilitation Counseling Professional Interdisciplinary Studies Social Science Education Special Education TOTAL, COLLEGE OF EDUCATION & HUMAN DEVELOPMENT Art Criminal Justice English History Mass Communications Music Education Political Science Psychology Speech Communications TOTAL, COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS Communicative Disorders Health Care Administration Public Health Social Work Public Administration Urban & Regional Planning Urban Studies TOTAL TOTAL, COLLEGE OF PUBLIC SERVICE Biology Chemistry Civil Engineering Computer Engineering Computer Science Electrical Engineering Engineering Mathematics Physics, Atmospheric Sciences and Geosciences Technology Education Telecommunications Engineering Science and Mathematics Teaching TOTAL, COLLEGE OF SCIENCE, ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY UNDECIDED MAJORS TOTAL, UNIVERSITY

UNDERGRADUATE 279 322 24 79 48 124 70 946 878 1 260 386 41 37 1,603 122 475 112 63 217 133 103 262 46 1,533 86 250 373 10 10 719 819 128 176 248 132 36 77 62 103 2 1,783 318 6902

43

GRADUATE 34 80 114 317 214 67 99 76 15 57 19 864 76 36 23 37 16 13 38 239 37 216 199 129 66 195 647 13 58 37 39 3 38 129 8 325 43 2232

TOTAL 313 402 24 79 48 124 70 1,060 1195 214 67 359 76 15 57 386 41 56 2,467 122 551 148 86 254 149 116 300 46 1,772 123 250 216 572 129 66 10 205 1,366 832 186 176 248 169 36 39 80 100 232 2 8 2,108 361 9134


JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY ENROLLMENT BY DEPARTMENT AND LEVEL FALL 2014 DEPARTMENT/SCHOOL/COLLEGE

UNDERGRADUATE

GRADUATE

TOTAL

273 405 63 197 938 891 263 429 31 29 429 1643 142 99 61 216 137 99 249 460 57 1520 80 333 401 11 825 926 144 189 231 140 63 84 55 135 1 1968 305 7199

35 85 120 135 237 317 93 82 12 876 37 24 32 15 9 42 54 213 40 216 164 224 71 715 48 62 33 46 16 5 130 340 45 2309

308 490 63 197 1058 135 237 1208 356 82 429 43 29 429 2519 142 136 85 248 152 108 291 514 57 1733 120 333 216 164 625 71 11 1540 974 206 189 231 173 63 46 100 60 265 1 2308 350 9508

Accounting Economics, Finance and General Business Entrepreneurship and Professional Development Management and Marketing TOTAL, COLLEGE OF BUSINESS Community & Rehabilitation Counseling Educational Foundations & Leadership Educational Technology Elementary and Early Childhood Education Health, Physical Education and Recreation Higher Education Professional Interdisciplinary Studies Special Education Social and Cultural Studies TOTAL, School of Lifelong Learning TOTAL, COLLEGE OF EDUCATION & HUMAN DEVELOPMENT Art English and Modern Foreign Languages History and Philosophy Mass Communications Music Political Science Psychology Sociology & Criminal Justice Speech Communications TOTAL, COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS Communicative Disorders Health Care Administration Health Policy & Management Public Policy & Administration Social Work Urban & Regional Planning Urban Studies TOTAL, COLLEGE OF PUBLIC SERVICE Biology Chemistry Civil Engineering Computer Engineering Computer Science Electrical Engineering Engineering Mathematics Physics, Atmospheric Sciences & Geosciences Technology Telecommunications Engineering TOTAL, COLLEGE OF SCIENCE, ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY UNDECIDED MAJORS TOTAL, UNIVERSITY

44


JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY ENROLLMENT BY DEPARTMENT AND LEVEL FALL 2015 DEPARTMENT / SCHOOL /COLLEGE Accounting

UNDERGRADUATE 296

GRADUATE 29

TOTAL 325

Economics, Finance and General Business

430

64

494

Entrepreneurship and Small Business

86

-

86

Management and Marketing

234

-

234

TOTAL, COLLEGE OF BUSINESS Educational Leadership

1046 -

93 263

1139 263

Elementary and Early Childhood Education Health, Physical Education and Recreation Professional Interdisciplinary Studies

848 276 387

308 111 -

1156 387 387

School, Community & Rehabilitation Counseling

-

121

121

Social and Cultural Studies

18

-

18

Special Education

25

6

31

-

81

81

TOTAL, COLLEGE OF EDUCATION & HUMAN DEVELOPMENT Art

1554 139

890 -

2444 139

Criminal Justice and Sociology

469

59

528

English and Modern Foreign Languages

112

25

137

History and Philosophy

64

30

94

Mass Communications

233

34

267

Music

163

17

180

Political Science

89

5

94

Psychology

303

38

341

Urban Higher Education

Speech Communications TOTAL, COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS Public Policy & Administration

49

-

49

1621

208

1829

-

170

170

Social Work

428

256

684

Urban & Regional Planning

14

71

85

TOTAL

14

241

255

TOTAL, COLLEGE OF PUBLIC SERVICE

442

497

939

Biology

992

51

1043

Chemistry and Biochemistry

157

60

217

Civil Engineering and Environmental Engineering

207

-

207

Computer Science

167

30

197

Electrical & Computer Engineering

339

65

404

Mathematics and Statistics Physics, Atmospheric Sciences & Geosciences

86 64

17 -

103 64

Industrial Systems and Technology

130

138

268

TOTAL, COLLEGE OF SCIENCE, ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Communicative Disorders

2142 90

361 41

2503 131

Healthcare Administration

407

-

407

-

216

216

497 53 120 7475

257 21 2327

754 74 120 9802

Health & Policy and Management TOTAL, SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH INITIATIVE Non-Degree Majors Undecided Majors TOTAL, UNIVERSITY

45


JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY ENROLLMENT BY DEPARTMENT AND LEVEL FALL 2016 COLLEGE / DEPARTMENT Accounting

Undergraduate 288

Graduate 29

Total 317

422 80 241 1031 0 0 838 253 369 15 26 0 1501 141 464 99 50 149 105 261 55 1324 0 441 13 454 1074 166 212 167 331 145 81 73 2249 239 239 86 462 0 548 0 146 146 7492

109 0 0 138 130 282 329 103 0 0 3 84 931 0 34 16 31 14 3 34 0 132 169 259 69 497 62 50 0 19 90 111 17 0 349 30 30 35 0 197 232 10 0 10 2319

531 80 241 1169 130 282 1167 356 369 15 29 84 2432 141 498 115 81 163 108 295 55 1456 169 700 82 951 1136 216 212 186 421 256 98 73 2598 269 269 121 462 197 780 10 146 156 9811

Economics, Finance and General Business Entrepreneurship and Professional Development Management and Marketing TOTAL, COLLEGE OF BUSINESS Community & Rehabilitation Counseling Educational Foundations & Leadership Elementary and Early Childhood Education Health, Physical Education and Recreation Professional Interdisciplinary Studies Social and Cultural Studies Special Education Urban Higher Education TOTAL, COLLEGE OF EDUCATION & HUMAN DEVELOPMENT Art Criminal Justice & Sociology English and Modern Foreign Languages History and Philosophy Music Political Science Psychology Speech Communications TOTAL, COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS Public Policy & Administration Social Work Urban & Regional Planning TOTAL, COLLEGE OF PUBLIC SERVICE Biology Chemistry & Biochemistry Civil & Environmental Engineering Computer Science Electrical & Computer Engineering Industrial Systems and Technology Mathematics and Statistical Sciences Physics, Atmospheric Sciences & Geoscience TOTAL, COLLEGE OF SCIENCE, ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Mass Communications SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM & MEDIA STUDIES Communicative Disorders Healthcare Administration Public Health Program TOTAL, SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH INITIATIVE Non-Degree Majors Undecided Majors TOTAL TOTAL, UNIVERSITY

46


HOUSING & RESIDENCY

47


JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY ENROLLMENT OF ON-CAMPUS STUDENTS Fall 2016 FEMALE DORMITORIES Alexander West Hall Campbell South McAllister/Whiteside Transitional Hall TOTAL University Pointe (male and female) TOTAL MALE DORMITORIES Campbell North John W. Dixon Tiger Plaza Tiger Pointe TOTAL GRAND TOTAL

Designed Capacity 267 222 488 441 1418 525 525 Designed Capacity 206 303 229 132 870 2813 Total Enrollment 9811

Housed 260 218 471 434 1383 514 514 Housed 204 290 170 126 790 2687 Total Housed 2687

JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY ENROLLMENT BY RESIDENCY Fall 2016 Hinds 3667

Illinois 459

China 49

Madison 610

Louisiana 223

Ethiopia 42

Rankin 457

Tennesse 214

Nigeria 37

Georgia 196

Copiah 179

Washington 168

India 25

Top Five Counties

Alabama 121

48

Top Five States

Saudia Arabia Cameroon 14

Top Five Countrie s


JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY ENROLLMENT OF MISSISSIPPI STUDENTS BY COUNTIES 5-YEAR TREND COUNTY

Fall 2012

Fall 2013

Fall 2014

Fall 2015

Fall 2016

Adams Alcorn

45 7

58 5

73 5

77 5

77 9

Amite

13

10

12

9

9

Attala

54

57

54

42

38

Benton

5

2

3

4

1

Bolivar

70

66

69

81

82

Calhoun

7

7

5

6

7

Carroll

6

3

9

12

17

Chickasaw

7

8

11

10

5

Choctaw

7

7

6

9

9

Claiborne

37

35

44

40

41

Clarke

5

6

8

9

6

Clay

17

15

23

22

20

Coahoma

43

48

70

70

67

Copiah

189

186

198

200

179

Covington

30

23

22

17

16

Desoto

61

55

56

68

78

Forrest

46

45

41

40

59

Franklin

14

13

12

11

10

George

-

2

2

2

4

Greene

-

-

-

-

1

Grenada

32

25

21

15

12

Hancock

4

1

3

3

2

Harrison

43

47

41

58

68

Hinds

3934

3995

4002

3908

3667

Holmes

162

161

143

142

134

Humphreys Issaquena

44 1

50 1

39 0

46 2

35 4

Itawamba

4

4

6

7

6

Jackson

56

58

60

61

71

Jasper

34

34

29

37

31

Jefferson

30

25

32

43

39

Jefferson Davis Jones Kemper

26 28 13

34 18 16

41 22 11

39 27 5

36 22 5

Lafayette

12

11

10

10

14

Lamar

4

7

7

7

10

Lauderdale

53

55

61

64

65

Lawrence

27

32

25

26

26

Leake

70

77

93

85

79

Lee

24

23

18

21

20

Leflore

84

94

100

110

111

49


JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY ENROLLMENT OF MISSISSIPPI STUDENTS BY COUNTIES 5-YEAR TREND COUNTY

Fall 2012

Fall 2013

Fall 2014

Fall 2015

Fall 2016

Lincoln Lowndes Madison Marion

58 22 579 19

56 20 639 26

64 21 652 23

69 24 633 23

73 36

Marshall

13

12

13

16

6 10 33 24 21 16 21 9 1 80 6 1 14 461 72 13 72 9 17 42 17 2 22 2 16 154 105 5 2 25 24 9 118 7465

13 12 34 29 15 20 20 7 1 97 3 1 15 474 71 19 78 6 12 36 16 5 2 28 3 14 162 121 9 2 16 22 6 115 2 7658

6 9 33 28 15 15 26 6 2 95 3 1 15 487 71 18 93 9 10 48 16 7 2 28 3 10 143 140 10 2 21 17 10 131 7790

6 10 21 28 13 18 32 3 1 102 3 1 15 485 74 22 97 6 9 41 27 7 1 26 2 17 163 142 12 1 20 14 9 138 7781

Monroe Montgomery Neshoba Newton Noxubee Oktibbeha Panola Pearl River Perry Pike Pontotoc Prentiss Quitman Rankin Scott Sharkey Simpson Smith Stone Sunflower Tallahatchie Tishomingo Tate Tippah Tunica Union Walthall Warren Washington Wayne Webster Wilkinson Winston Yalobusha Yazoo Unknown TOTAL

50

610 23 23 7 11 22 25 12 23 29 5 2 114 3 3 16 457 64 22 100 5 11 40 23 1 7 27 16 160 168 9 1 16 17 10 133 7516


JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY ENROLLMENT OF STUDENTS BY STATES AND U.S. TERRITORIES 5-YEAR TREND STATE

Fall 2012

Fall 2013

Fall 2014

Fall 2015

Fall 2016

Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island Puerto Rico South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Citizen Outside the U.S. Utah Vermont Virgin Islands of U.S. Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Unknown

75 14 29 34 2 3 1 42 128 224 18 3 2 5 133 7 63 12 7465 39 4 4 4 10 17 9 3 6 4 149 94 1 6 24 -

88 12 29 43 6 1 1 41 145 1 243 24 1 3 1 141 12 61 11 7658 41 4 10 2 5 7 16 10 3 4 10 153 96 2 4 2 1 24 -

92 11 40 53 8 2 1 3 54 153 1 278 29 1 6 6 164 17 1 61 5 7790 58 2 8 12 5 11 21 16 3 3 5 10 170 93 3 7 3 1 34 -

109 10 67 65 13 1 3 51 193 3 1 358 50 5 10 5 169 22 1 72 5 7781 77 2 6 9 7 16 22 15 2 2 6 9 196 99 1 8 10 8 3 29 -

121 9 77 62 14 1 2 1 44 196 3 2 459 44 4 9 2 223 24 1 71 11 7516 103 2 7 6 1 5 19 28 15 4 3 7 10 214 100 1 1 8 9 8 4 35 0

TOTAL

1174

1258

1449

1732

1963

51


JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY ENROLLMENT OF STUDENTS BY FOREIGN COUNTRIES 5-YEAR TREND COUNTRY Algeria Angola Argentina Armenia Aruba Australia Austria Bahamas Bahrain Bangladesh Barbados Belize Bermuda Brazil Bulgaria Cambodia Cameroon Canada Chile China Colombia Congo Costa Rica Cote d’Ivoire Cuba Czech Republic Democratic Republic Dominican Republic Ecuador Egypt El Salvador Ethiopia Finland France Gambia Germany Ghana Greece Grenada Guadeloupe Haiti Herd & McDonald India Iran Israel Italy Jamaica Japan Jordan Kenya

Fall 2012 2 1 1 2 4 11 4 2 4 2 1 42 2 1 1 1 12 2 1 18 7 2 2 1 4

Fall 2013 1 1 6 10 4 1 7 5 5 1 28 4 1 1 1 31 1 1 1 2 1 25 7 1 1 3 6

52

Fall 2014 2 1 1 3 7 9 2 1 5 10 41 5 1 1 1 2 1 40 2 1 1 1 1 34 9 1 1 3 2

Fall 2015 2 1 1 3 9 6 4 3 11 9 47 7 1 1 1 1 1 2 38 1 1 4 1 1 3 36 8 1 3 2

Fall 2016 1 1 1 1 9 11 3 1 2 5 1 14 11 1 49 8 1 1 1 1 1 1 42 1 1 1 10 2 1 1 3 25 8 3 3 1


JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY ENROLLMENT OF STUDENTS BY FOREIGN COUNTRIES (continued) 5-YEAR TREND COUNTRY Lebanon Liberia Malaysia Mexico Mongolia Morocco Namibia (Africa) Nepal Netherlands Nicaragua Nigeria Oman Pakistan Philippines Portugal Peru Puerto Rico Rhode Island Russia Rwanda Saudi Arabia Senegal Serbia & Montenegro Singapore Somalia South Africa Spain St. Lucia Saint Vincent & Grenadines Sudan Sweden Syria Taiwan Tajikistan Tanzania Thailand Tongo Trinidad and Tobago Tunisia Turkey Turkmenistan Uganda Ukraine United Arab Emirates United Kingdom Venezuela Vietnam Virgin Islands of the US Yugoslavia Yemen Zambia Zaire Zimbabwe Unknown Total

Fall 2012

Fall 2013

Fall 2014

Fall 2015

Fall 2016

1 1 1 1 10 1 1 3 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 2 177

1 1 2 1 1 18 1 2 2 6 1 1 3 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 3 2 2 2 1 3 2 218

1 1 3 1 1 22 1 1 1 6 1 1 1 2 1 1 3 1 2 2 1 1 2 2 1 5 1 2 3 2 1 6 269

2 2 1 3 2 1 24 1 1 1 1 5 1 1 2 1 2 1 2 3 1 1 3 1 1 2 1 2 1 5 2 1 2 289

2 3 2 2 2 2 2 37 1 1 2 3 1 1 6 2 2 1 1 2 4 2 4 2 4 332

53


CREDIT HOURS PRODUCTION

54


JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY CREDIT HOURS PRODUCTION BY COLLEGE DEPARTMENT AND LEVEL FALL 2012 DEPARTMENT/SCHOOL/COLLEGE Accounting Economics, Finance & General Business Entrepreneurship & Professional Development Management & Marketing TOTAL, COLLEGE OF BUSINESS Educational Leadership Educational Technology Urban Higher Education School, Community & Rehabilitation Counseling TOTAL, School of Administrative Leadership Elementary & Early Childhood Education Health, Physical Education & Recreation Social & Cultural Studies Special Education TOTAL, School of Instructional Leadership Professional Interdisciplinary Studies TOTAL, School of Lifelong Learning TOTAL, COLLEGE OF EDUCATION & HUMAN DEVELOPMENT English & Modern Foreign Languages Mass Communications Speech Communications TOTAL, School of Communications Art Music TOTAL, School of Fine and Performing Arts Criminal Justice & Sociology History and Philosophy Political Science Psychology TOTAL, School of Social and Behavioral Sciences TOTAL, COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS Public Policy & Administration Urban & Regional Planning Urban Studies TOTAL, School of Policy & Planning Communicative Disorders Health Policy & Management TOTAL, School of Public Health Social Work TOTAL, School of Social Work TOTAL, COLLEGE OF PUBLIC SERVICE Engineering Civil Engineering Computer Engineering Computer Science Telecommunication Engineering Graduate Engineering Program TOTAL, School of Engineering Biology Chemistry Mathematics Physics, Atmospheric Sciences & Geosciences Technology TOTAL, School of Science & Technology TOTAL, COLLEGE OF SCIENCE, ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY University College Aerospace Studies Military Science TOTAL, OTHERS

Intermediat 33 e

‐ ‐ ‐ 33 ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐

501 ‐ ‐ ‐ 501 183 183 684 453 ‐ ‐ 453 ‐ 44 44 ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ 0 497 ‐ ‐

‐ ‐ ‐

‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐

TOTAL, UNIVERSITY

55

Low er684 315 118 ‐2 218 5361 ‐ ‐ 66 602 150 1953 ‐1 108 4546 0 143 1434 6574 222 7876 6 155 9641 1169 2141 330 0 1031 780 3697 4 124 6752 1970 ‐3 27 27 140 ‐ 140 942 942 110 9‐ 324 350

‐ ‐ 723 ‐ ‐ 723 723 ‐ ‐ ‐ 0

‐ 191 4 258 3368 1612 3799 2267 2063 1124 13837 1955 ‐ ‐ 195

1937

43599

Uppe r 1002 1071 897 1845 4815 324 486 ‐ 294 1104 741

Graduat 240 e

264 ‐ 598 1102 1499 ‐ 444 1056 2999 1277 651

TOTA L 1959

385 1081 846 415 628 3355 4785 ‐ ‐ ‐ 0

386 298 553 180 54 627 1712 2098 ‐ ‐ ‐ 0

2517 1212 2443 8131 2359 486 444 1416 4705 4022 4186 1716 933 10857 2856 2856 18418 9371 1032 1887 12290 1656 2651 4307 3208 5274 1693 2253 12428 29025 580 401 27 1008 881 2515 3396 4033 4033 8437 0 845 1158 2401 0 0 4404 4741 2557 5546 2732 1461 17037 21441 195 0 0 195

25979

14132

85647

621 1584 666 3612 1239 1239 5955 738 630 336 495 1704 401 896 1869 816 1413 604 4702 7302 ‐ 33 33 378 1468 109 0 1621 312 2‐ 403 718 309 ‐ 1430

2679 2204 ‐ 0 5203 304 180 ‐ 484 ‐ 66 66 302 167 97 407 973 1523 580 368 948 363 1425 1788 1470 1470 4206 ‐ 118 90 178 ‐


JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY CREDIT HOURS PRODUCTION BY COLLEGE DEPARTMENT AND LEVEL Fall 2013 Department/School/College Accounting Economics, Finance & General Business Entrepreneurship & Professional Development Management & Marketing TOTAL, College of Business Educational Foundations & Leadership Educational Technology Urban Higher Education School, Community & Rehabilitation Counseling TOTAL, School of Administrative Leadership Elementary and Early Childhood Education Health, Physical Education & Recreation Social & Cultural Studies Special Education TOTAL, School of Instructional Leadership Professional Interdisciplinary Studies TOTAL, School of Lifelong Learning TOTAL, College of Education & Human Development English & Modern Foreign Languages Mass Communications Speech TOTAL, School of Communications Art Music TOTAL, School of Fine and Performing Arts Criminal Justice & Sociology History & Philosophy Political Science Psychology Military Science TOTAL, School of Social and Behavioral Sciences TOTAL, College of Liberal Arts Communicative Disorders Health Care Administration Public Health Science TOTAL, School of Health Sciences Social Work TOTAL, School of Social Work Public Policy & Administration Urban & Regional Planning Urban Studies TOTAL TOTAL, College of Public Service Engineering Civil Engineering Computer Engineering Computer Science Electrical and Computer Engineering Telecommunications Engineering Program Graduate Engineering Program TOTAL, School of Engineering Aerospace Studies Biology Chemistry Mathematics and Statistical Sciences Physics, Atmospheric & Geosciences Technology TOTAL, School of Sciences & Technology TOTAL, College of Science, Engineering & Technology University College TOTAL, University

Developmental 0 0 0 0 0 108 108 0 108 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2388 2496.00

56

Lower 678 1239 297 2214 1377 2205 1203 4785 297 297 5082 8703 210 1971 10884 1323 2411 3734 957 4335 807 1836 151 8086 22704 156 156 807 807 33 33 996 243 1514 435 131 2323 43 4342 1819 4000 1629.5 131 11964.5 14287.5 2905 48189

Upper

Graduate

975 1161 624 2454 5214 90 522 303 915 1176 1320 453 564 3513 1101 1101 5529 576 603 381 1560 474 350.5 824.5 2856 1776 423 639 120 5814 8198.5 423 1342 1765 1931 1931 43 43 3739 580

189 147 381 717 1057 1112 2169 1048 585 210 1843 4012 321 185 506 108 108 402 174 67 0 643 1257 422

324 715 189 1808 12 985 376 657 413.5 503 2946.5 4754.5 504 27939

222 189 594 228 57 84 3 649 1021 1615 3 11166

1019 1441 1585 1585 404 132 0 536 3562 183

Doctoral 39 48 99 186 705 489 1194 201 201 1395 0 0 328 328 328 460 460 202 202 279 258 0 537 1199 0 144.5 574 718.5 718.5 3827

Total 1881 2595 921 2934 8331 1852 522 489 1415 4278 3802 4110 1656 774 10342 1398 1398 16018 9600 998 2352 12950 1797 2977.5 4774.5 4215 6285 1297 2803 271 14871 32595.5 1001 1342 1479 3822 4525 4525 683 433 33 1149 9496 0 1006 0 2060 1339 320 0 4725 55 5699.5 2826 4741 2046 1283 16650.5 21375.5 5800 93616


JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY CREDIT HOURS PRODUCTION BY COLLEGE DEPARTMENT AND LEVEL Fall 2014 Department/School/College Accounting Economics, Finance & General Business Entrepreneurship & Professional Development Management & Marketing TOTAL, College of Business Educational Technology Educational Foundation & Leadership School, Community & Rehabilitation Counseling Urban Higher Education TOTAL , School of Administrative Leadership Elementary and Early Childhood Education Health, Physical Education & Recreation Special Education Social & Cultural Studies TOTAL , School of Instructional Leadership Professional Interdisciplinary Studies TOTAL , School of Lifelong Learning TOTAL , College of Education & Human Development English & Modern Foreign Languages Mass Communications Speech & Theatre TOTAL , School of Communications Art Music TOTAL , School of Fine and Performing Arts Criminal Justice & Sociology History & Philosophy Military Science Political Science Psychology TOTAL , School of Social and Behavioral Sciences TOTAL , College of Liberal Arts Communicative Disorders Health Care Administration Public Health Science Total, School of Health Sciences Social Work Total, School of Social Work Public Policy & Administration Urban & Regional Planning Urban Studies TOTAL TOTAL , College of Public Service Civil Engineering Computer Engineering Computer Science General Engineering Telecommunication Engineering Graduate Engineering Program TOTAL , School of Engineering Aerospace Studies Biology Chemistry Mathematics and Statistical Science Physics, Atmospheric & Geosciences Technology TOTAL , School of Sciences & Technology TOTAL , College of Science, Engineering & Technology University College TOTAL , University

Developmental

Intermediate 0 -

0 -

0 0 0

Lower

Upper

Graduate

Doctoral

Total

2247 -

915 1257 591 2490 5253 441 72 201

222 99 0 348 669 0 1161 1234

27 24 0 65 116 0 885 0

1836 2700 846 2903 8285 441 2118 1435

0 0 0

0 1596 2624 1164 5384 930 930 6314

0 714 918 1389 546 507 3360 891 891 4965

0 2395 819 619 120 0 1558 0 3953

521 1406 168 0 0 168 0 1574

521 4515 3501 4632 666 1671 10470 1821 1821 16806

0 0 0

0 0 0

8493 204 2175 10872 1368 2391.5 3759.5 1233 4236 156 867 1992 8484

585 669 357 1611 516 233 749 2514 1593 112 366 526 5111

266 109 0 375 0 108 108 287 226 0 52 3 568

0 0 0 0 0 0 344 344

9344 982 2532 12858 1884 2732.5 4616.5 4034 6055 268 1285 2865 14507

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

23115.5 138 0 0 138 1275 1275 0 66 66 1479 254 0 1330 432 143

7471 348 1689 0 2037 1632 1632 0 63 0 63 3732 700 539 366 0 128

1051 381 0 692 1073 1824 1824 482 180 0 662 3559 221 186 333 0 0

2159 44 4485 2017 4056 1801.5 162 12565.5 14724.5

1733 16 1233 322 564 298.5 441 2874.5 4607.5

740 0 242 56 111 9 729 1147 1887

344 0 0 404 404 143 143 420 239 0 659 1206 0 0 177.5 546.5 0 0 0 724 724

31981.5 867 1689 1096 3652 4874 4874 902 482 66 1450 9976 1175 725 2029 432 271 0 4632 60 6137.5 2941.5 4731 2109 1332 17311 21943

2421 2421

717 717

2482 50362

471 26500

11119

3964

6091 95083

57

672 1320 255


JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY CREDIT HOURS PRODUCTION BY COLLEGE DEPARTMENT AND LEVEL Fall 2015 Department/School/College Accounting Economics, Finance & General Business Entrepreneurship & Professional Development Management & Marketing TOTAL, College of Business Educational Technology Educational Foundation & Leadership School, Community & Rehabilitation Counseling Urban Higher Education TOTAL, School of Administrative Leadership Elementary and Early Childhood Education Health, Physical Education & Recreation Social & Cultural Studies Special Education TOTAL, School of Instructional Leadership Professional Interdisciplinary Studies TOTAL, School of Lifelong Learning TOTAL, College of Education & Human Development English & Modern Foreign Languages Mass Communications Speech & Theatre TOTAL, School of Communications Art Music TOTAL, School of Fine and Performing Arts Criminal Justice & Sociology History & Philosophy Military Science Political Science Psychology TOTAL, School of Social and Behavioral Sciences TOTAL, College of Liberal Arts Public Policy & Administration Urban & Regional Planning TOTAL Social Work TOTAL, School of Social Work TOTAL, College of Public Service Civil and Environmental Engineering Computer Science Electrical & Computer Engineering TOTAL, School of Engineering Aerospace Science Biology Chemistry Mathematics and Statistical Science Physics, Atmospheric & Geosciences Technology TOTAL, School of Sciences & Technology TOTAL, College of Sciences, Engineering & Technology Behavioral & Environmental Health Communicative Disorders Epidemiology & Biostatistics Health Policy & Management Health Care Administration Public Health Science TOTAL, School of Public Health Initiative University College TOTAL, University

Intermediate

Lower

0 2889 2889

58

768 1644 803 0 3215 0 0 0 0 0 1362 2677 1383 0 5422 636 636 6058 8169 273 1899 10341 1443 2376.5 3819.5 1074 4302 123 867 2043 8409 22569.5 0 75 75 1194 1194 1269 260 1831 499 2590 84 4773 2324 4574 1995.5 411 14161.5 16751.5 0 153 0 0 0 0 153 1992 52008

Upper 834 1146 615 2163 4758 408 213 273 0 894 1125 1331 507 480 3443 801 801 5138 573 798 375 1746 585 336.5 921.5 2154 1773 172 363 712 5174 7841.5 0 94 94 1895 1895 1989 746 258 676 1680 28 1231 432.5 570 306.5 504 3072 4752 0 504 0 0 1951 0 2455 525 27458

Graduate 153 84 0 252 489 0 1136 1120 0 2256 1039 640 0 111 1790 0 0 4046 217 108 0 325 0 95 95 293 143 0 30 3 469 889 490 133 623 2276 2276 2899 201 307 141 649 0 206 94 138 0 651 1089 1738 195 409 129 182 0 237 1152 0 11213

Doctoral 33 39 0 65 137 0 907 0 381 1288 136 0 0 0 136 0 0 1424 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 315 315 315 401 231 632 129 129 761 16 0 0 16 0 109.5 277 0 0 0 386.5 402.5 15 0 184 21 0 139 359 0 3398

TOTAL 1788 2913 1418 2480 8599 408 2256 1393 381 4438 3662 4648 1890 591 10791 1437 1437 16666 8959 1179 2274 12412 2028 2808 4836 3521 6218 295 1260 3073 14367 31615 891 533 1424 5494 5494 6918 1223 2396 1316 4935 112 6319.5 3127.5 5282 2302 1566 18709 23644 210 1066 313 203 1951 376 4119 5406 96967


JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY CREDIT HOURS PRODUCTION BY COLLEGE DEPARTMENT AND LEVEL Fall 2016 Department/College

Intermediate

Lower

Upper

Graduate

Doctoral

Total

Accounting

0

816

831

324

21

1992

Economics, Finance & General Business

0

1788

1296

135

12

3231

Entrepreneurship & Professional Development

0

663

528

0

0

1191

Management & Marketing

0

0

2646

471

97

3214

Total, College of Business

0

3267

5301

930

130

9628

Educational Foundation & Leadership

0

0

0

1449

648

2097

Educational Technology

0

0

417

0

0

417

Elementary and Early Childhood Education

0

1854

1260

1056

141

4311

Health, Physical Education & Recreation

0

2545

1367

547

0

4459

Professional Interdisciplinary Studies

0

624

968

0

0

1592

School, Community & Rehabilitation Counseling

0

0

264

1327

0

1591

Social & Cultural Studies

0

1035

396

0

1431

Special Education

0

0

417

93

0

510

Urban Higher Education

0

0

0

0

399

399

Total, College of Education & Human Development

0

6058

5089

4472

1188

16807

Art

0

1482

513

0

0

1995

Criminal Justice & Sociology

0

843

1914

179

0

2936

English & Modern Foreign Languages

0

8157

513

193

0

8863

History & Philosophy

0

4245

1632

147

0

6024

Military Science

0

131

239

0

0

370

Music

0

2408

322

107

0

2837

Political Science

0

798

393

9

0

1200

Psychology

0

1767

602

6

266

2641

Speech & Theatre

0

1805

450

0

0

2255

Total, College of Liberal Arts

0

21636

6578

641

266

29121

Public Policy & Administration

0

0

0

386

378

764

Social Work

0

1140

2124

2238

142

5644

Urban & Regional Planning

0

138

70

132

192

532

Total, College of Public Service

0

1278

2194

2756

712

6940

Aerospace Science

0

78

37

0

0

115

Biology

0

4627

1449

295

149

6520

Chemistry

0

2124

419

90

203.5

2836.5

Civil and Environmental Engineering

0

342

932

182

24

1480

Computer Science

0

2095

297

385

0

2777

Electrical & Computer Engineering

0

530

934

204

0

1668

Mathematics and Statistical Science

0

4130

696

144

0

4970

Physics, Atmospheric & Geosciences

0

2086.5

324

0

0

2410.5

Technology

0

297

671

418

0

1386

Total, College of Science, Engineering & Technology

0

16309.5

5759

1718

376.5

24163

Mass Communications

0

204

960

129

0

1293

Total, School of Journalism and Media Studies

0

204

960

129

0

1293

Behavioral & Environmental Health

0

0

0

183

30

213

Communicative Disorders

0

135

396

401

0

932

Epidemiology & Biostatistics

0

0

0

186

122

308

Health Policy & Management

0

0

0

192

15

207

Health Care Administration

0

0

2391

0

0

2391

Public Health Science

0

0

0

207

126

333

Total, School of Public Health Initiative

0

135

2787

1169

293

4384

University College

2741

1901

714

0

0

5356

Total, University

2,741.00

50,788.50

29,382.00

11,815.00

2,965.50

97,692.00

59


JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY Credit Hours Production By College and Department 5-Year Trend DEPARTMENT/SCHOOL/COLLEGE

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

Accounting Economics, Finance & General Business Entrepreneurship & Professional Development Management & Marketing TOTAL, COLLEGE OF BUSINESS Educational Technology Educational Foundations & Leadership School, Community & Rehabilitation Counseling Urban Higher Education TOTAL, School of Administrative Leadership Elementary & Early Childhood Education Health, Physical Education & Recreation Social & Cultural Special Education TOTAL, School of Instructional Leadership Professional Interdisciplinary Studies TOTAL, (College) School of Lifelong Learning TOTAL, COLLEGE OF EDUCATION & HUMAN DEVELOPMENT English & Modern Foreign Languages Mass Communications Speech Communication TOTAL, School of Communications Art Music TOTAL, School of Fine and Performing Arts Criminal Justice & Sociology History and Philosophy Political Science Psychology Military Science TOTAL, School of Social and Behavioral Sciences TOTAL, COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS Public Policy & Administration Urban & Regional Planning & Urban Studies TOTAL, School of Policy & Planning Communicative Disorders Healthcare Administration Public Health Sciences TOTAL, School of Health Sciences Social Work TOTAL, School of Social Work TOTAL, COLLEGE OF PUBLIC SERVICE General Engineering Civil Engineering Electrical & Computer Engineering Computer Science Electrical Engineering Telecommunications Engineering TOTAL, School of Engineering Aerospace Studies Biology Chemistry Mathematics and Statistical Sciences Physics, Atmospheric Sciences & Geosciences Technology TOTAL, School of Science & Technology TOTAL, COLLEGE OF SCIENCE, ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Mass Communication TOTAL, School of Journalism and Media Studies Behavior & Environmental Health Communicative Disorders Epidemiology and Biostatistics Health Policy and Management Healthcare Administration Public Health Sciences TOTAL, School of Public Health Initiative University College TOTAL, UNIVERSITY

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3396 4033 4033 8437 845 1158 2401 4404 4741 2557 5546 2732 1461 17037 21441 195

1881 2595 921 2934 8331 1852 522 489 1415 4278 3802 4110 1656 774 10342 16018 9600 998 2352 12950 1797 2977.5 4774.5 4215 6285 1297 2803 271 14871 32596 683 466 -1001 1342 1479 4971 4525 4525 9496 0 1006 0 2060 1339 320 4725 55 5699.5 2826 4741 2046 1283 16650.5 21376 5800

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1788 2913 1418 2480 8599 408 2256 1393 381 4438 3662 4648 1890 591 10791 1437 1437 16666 8959 1179 2274 12412 2028 2808 4836 3521 6218 295 1260 3073 14367 31615 891 533 1424 5494 5494 6918 1223 2396 1316 4935 112 6319.5 3127.5 5282 2302 1566 18709 23644 210 1066 313 203 1951 376 4119 5406

1992 3231 1191 3214 9628 417 2097 1591 399 4504 4311 4459 1431 510 10711 1592 16807 8863 2255 1995 2837 2936 6024 1200 2641 370 29121 764 532 5644 5644 6940 1480 1668 2777 115 6520 2836.5 4970 2410.5 1386 24163 1293 1293 213 932 308 207 2391 231 333 4384 5356

85647

93616

95083

96967

97692

The School of Public Health Initiative and The School of Journalism and Media Studies were established in Fall 2015. **

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Degree Programs

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DEGREE PROGRAMS OFFERED BY JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY FALL 2016 COLLEGE OF BUSINESS

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT

BBA

Accounting

BS

Child Care and Family Education

MPA

Accounting

MS

Clinical Mental Health

BBA

Business Administration

MS

Counseling, Rehabilitation and Psychometric Services

EdD

Early Childhood Education

MSEd

Early Childhood Education K-3

EdS

Education

PhD

Educational Administration

MS

Educational Administration & Supervision

BSEd

Elementary Education

MSEd

Elementary Education

COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS

BS

Health, Physical Education and Recreation

BA

Art

MSEd

Health, Physical Education and Recreation

PhD

Clinical Psychology

BS

Professional Interdisciplinary Studies

EdS

Reading

MSEd

Reading

MSEd

School Counseling

MSEd

Secondary Education

BSEd

Social Science Education

BS

Special Education

MSEd

Special Education

MS

Sport Science

MBA

Business Administration

PhD

Business Administration

BBA

Economics

BBA

Entrepreneurship

BBA

Finance

BBA

Management

BBA

Marketing

BS

Criminal Justice and Correctional Services

MA

Criminology and Justice Services

BA

English

MA

English

MAT

English

BA

Foreign Languages

BA

History

BS

History

MA

History

MAT

Teaching (Alternate Route

BMEd

Music Education

PhD

Urban Higher Education

MMEd

Music Education

BM

Performance

BA

Political Science

MA

Political Science

BS

Psychology

BA

Sociology

MA

Sociology

BA

Speech

BS

Speech

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COLLEGE OF PUBLIC SERVICE

COLLEGE OF SCIENCE, ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

PhD

Public Administration

BS

Biology

MPPA

Public Policy and Administration

MS

BSW

Social Work

BS

Biology Biomedical Engineering

PhD

Social Work

BS

Biotechnology

BS

Chemistry

MS

Chemistry

PhD

Chemistry

BS

Civil Engineering

PhD

Computational and Data Enabled Science/Engineering

BS

Computer Engineering

SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM AND MEDIA STUDIES

BS

Computer Science

BS

MS

Computer Science

MS

Data-Enabled Science and Engineering

BS

Earth System Science

SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH INITIATIVE

BS

Electrical Engineering

BS

Communicative Disorders

MS

Engineering

MS

Communicative Disorders

PhD

Engineering

MS

Environmental Science

PhD

Environmental Science

MS

Hazardous Materials Management

BS

Industrial Technology

BS

Mathematics

MS

Mathematics

BSEd

Mathematics Education

BS

Meteorology

BS

Physics

MST

Science and Mathematics Teaching

BS

Statistics

MSEd

Technology Education

MSW

Social Work

MA

Urban and Regional Planning

PhD

Urban and Regional Planning

BA

MS

Urban Studies

Mass Communication Mass Communication

BS

Health Care Administration

DPH

Public Health

MPH

Public Health

DEGREE PROGRAMS – Degree programs are offered at JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY to meet the needs of a diverse student population and a constantly changing society. The current degree roster is provided.

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JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY DEGREES CONFERRED BY DEGREE, LEVEL AND PROGRAM August 2011 – May 2012 PROGRAM / LEVEL Accounting Art Biology Business Administration Chemistry Child Care and Family Education Civil Engineering Clinical Psychology Communicative Disorders Computer Engineering Computer Science Criminal Justice and Correctional Services Early Childhood Education Economics Education Educational Administration and Supervision Educational Technology Elementary Education Engineering English Entrepreneurship Environmental Science Finance Foreign Languages Guidance and Counseling Hazardous Materials Management Healthcare Administration Health, Physical Education & Recreation Higher Education Administration History Industrial Technology Management Marketing Mass Communications Mathematics Mathematics Education Meteorology Music Education Performance Physics Political Science Professional Interdisciplinary Studies Psychology Public Administration Public Health Public Policy and Administration Reading Rehabilitation Services Science Education Secondary Education Social Science Education Social Work Sociology Special Education Speech Sport Science Teacher Education Technology Education Telecommunications Engineering Urban and Regional Planning Urban Studies TOTAL, Degrees Conferred

BACHELORS 74 13 97 43 19 58 17 13 18 13 58 8 1 27 24 9 16 4 30 44 7 27 45 16 47 6 3 3 3 5 3 19 140 56 3 48 21 11 11 1 3 1064

64

MASTERS 11 9 10 3 19 7 7 32 18 9 11 10 1 16 4 19 3 3 1 1 3 5 34 9 6 19 5 1 53 9 15 7 17 10 412

SPECIALIST 23 23

DOCTORAL 6 5 4 8 11 4 16 3 1 1 2 60

TOTAL 85 13 106 59 27 58 17 4 32 18 20 65 40 8 23 29 1 36 11 34 9 5 16 4 16 4 30 63 16 10 27 45 16 50 7 4 3 6 5 3 24 140 56 3 34 9 6 19 5 1 3 102 30 26 11 7 17 1 12 3 1559


JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY DEGREES CONFERRED BY DEGREE, LEVEL AND PROGRAM AUGUST 2012 – MAY 2013 PROGRAM / LEVEL Accounting Art Biology Business Administration Chemistry Child Care and Family Education Civil Engineering Clinical Psychology Communicative Disorders Computer Engineering Computer Science Criminal Justice and Correctional Services Early Childhood Education Economics Education Educational Administration and Supervision Elementary Education Engineering English Entrepreneurship Environmental Science Finance Foreign Languages Guidance and Counseling Hazardous Materials Management Health Care Administration Health, Physical Education and Recreation Higher Education Administration History Industrial Technology Management Marketing Mass Communications Mathematics Mathematics Education Meteorology Music Education Performance Physics Political Science Professional Interdisciplinary Studies Psychology Public Administration Public Health Public Policy and Administration Reading Rehabilitation Counseling Science and Mathematics Teaching Secondary Education Social Science Education Social Work Sociology Special Education Speech Sport Science Teaching (Alternate Route) Technology Education Urban and Regional Planning Urban Studies TOTAL, Degrees Conferred

BACHELORS 48 16 74 40 16 53 14 0 15 20 11 66 0 1 0 0 36 0 23 15 0 8 2 0 0 42 28 0 6 20 32 17 28 7 4 4 7 5 1 34 128 32 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 54 17 5 9 0 0 0 0 2 946

65

MASTERS 23 0 6 31 5 0 0 0 14 0 12 4 49 0 0 21 4 7 6 0 1 0 0 10 4 0 15 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 4 0 0 10 0 0 0 44 15 2 15 2 4 0 56 6 14 0 9 22 17 9 0 446

SPECIALIST 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 19 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 19

DOCTORAL 0 0 0 2 6 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 17 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 23 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 74

TOTAL 71 16 80 73 27 53 14 9 29 20 23 70 52 1 19 38 40 7 29 15 9 8 2 10 4 42 43 23 9 20 32 17 30 7 4 4 11 5 1 44 128 32 3 46 15 2 15 2 4 6 111 23 19 9 9 22 17 9 2 1485


JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY DEGREES CONFERRED BY DEGREE, LEVEL AND PROGRAM August 2013 – May 2014 PROGRAM / LEVEL Accounting Art Biology Business Administration Chemistry Child Care and Family Education Civil Engineering Clinical Psychology Communicative Disorders Computer Engineering Computer Science Criminal Justice and Correctional Services Early Childhood Education Earth System Science Economics Education Educational Administration Educational Technology Electrical Engineering Elementary Education Engineering English Entrepreneurship Environmental Science Finance Foreign Languages Guidance and Counseling Hazardous Materials Management Healthcare Administration Health, Physical Education and Recreation Higher Education Administration History Industrial Technology Management Marketing Mass Communications Mathematics Mathematics Education Meteorology Music Education Performance Physics Political Science Professional Interdisciplinary Studies Psychology Public Administration Public Health Public Policy and Administration Reading Rehabilitation Counseling Science and Mathematics Teaching Secondary Education Social Science Education Social Work Sociology Special Education Speech Sport Science Teaching (Alternate Route) Technology Education Urban and Regional Planning Urban Studies TOTAL, Degrees Conferred

BACHELORS 45 19 88 30 19 129 18 0 14 34 20 72 0 6 3 0 0 1 2 36 0 15 17 0 10 1 0 0 48 32 0 10 30 21 8 33 3 1 4 6 5 5 20 101 59 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 77 25 4 9 0 0 0 0 1 1093

66

MASTERS 14 0 4 23 7 0 0 0 12 0 17 4 38 0 0 0 7 0 0 2 15 4 0 2 0 0 14 16 0 12 0 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 5 0 0 0 39 15 1 11 5 2 0 64 10 8 0 18 18 22 8 0 424

SPECIALIST 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 17 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 17

DOCTORAL 0 0 0 4 2 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 20 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 71

TOTAL 59 19 92 57 28 129 18 6 26 34 37 76 46 6 3 17 27 1 2 38 15 19 17 10 10 1 14 16 48 44 11 14 30 21 8 34 3 1 4 8 5 5 25 101 59 1 41 15 1 11 5 2 12 143 35 12 9 18 18 22 15 1 1605


JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY DEGREES CONFERRED BY DEGREE, LEVEL AND PROGRAM AUGUST 2014 – MAY 2015 PROGRAM / LEVEL

BACHELORS

Accounting Art Biology Business Administration Chemistry Child Care and Family Education Civil Engineering Clinical Mental Health Clinical Psychology Communicative Disorders Computer Engineering Computer Science Criminal Justice and Correctional Services Criminology and Justice Service Early Childhood Education Earth System Science Economics Education Educational Administration and Supervision Electrical Engineering Elementary Education Engineering English Entrepreneurship Environmental Science Finance Hazardous Materials Management Health Care Administration Health, Physical Education and Recreation Higher Education Administration History Industrial Technology Management Marketing Mass Communications Mathematics Meteorology Music Education Performance Physics Political Science Professional Interdisciplinary Studies Psychology Public Administration Public Health Public Policy and Administration Reading Rehabilitation Counseling School Counseling Science and Mathematics Teaching Social Science Education Social Work Sociology Special Education Speech Sport Science Teaching Technology Education Urban and Regional Planning Urban Studies

TOTAL, Degrees Conferred

MASTERS

SPECIALIST

DOCTORAL

TOTAL

47 18 66 31 15 92 23 0 0 9 26 10 73 0 0 2 3 0 0 4 21 0 22 8 0 16 0 40 42 0 9 29 25 9 28 15 1 2 3 6 14 112 37 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 80 19 9 11 0 0 0 0 3

19 0 1 26 6 0 0 9 0 16 0 14 0 10 37 0 0 0 6 0 2 15 8 0 3 0 15 0 12 0 8 0 0 0 3 3 0 8 0 0 2 0 0 0 30 9 4 20 4 1 0 64 6 7 0 15 14 23 4 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 19 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 2 8 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 13 0 0 0 12 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 25 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0

66 18 67 59 29 92 23 9 2 25 26 24 73 10 50 2 3 19 18 4 23 15 30 8 7 16 15 40 54 25 17 29 25 9 31 18 1 10 3 6 16 112 37 5 34 9 4 20 4 1 9 147 25 16 11 15 14 23 6 3

989

424

19

80

1512

NOTE: Guidance and Counseling, MS was changed to Clinical and Mental Health on 10/2011. Guidance and Counseling, MSED was changed to School Counseling on 10/2011.

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JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY DEGREES CONFERRED BY DEGREE, LEVEL AND PROGRAM AUGUST 2015 – MAY 2016 PROGRAM / LEVEL Accounting Art Biology Business Administration Chemistry Child Care and Family Education Civil Engineering Clinical Mental Health Clinical Psychology Communicative Disorders Computer Engineering Computer Science Counseling, Rehabilitation and Psychometric Criminal Justice and Correctional Services Criminology and Justice Services Early Childhood Education Early Childhood Education K-3 Earth System Science Economics Education Educational Administration Educational Administration and Supervision Electrical Engineering Elementary Education Engineering English Entrepreneurship Environmental Science Finance Foreign Languages Hazardous Materials Management Health Care Administration Health, Physical Education and Recreation History Industrial Technology Management Marketing Mass Communications Mathematics Meteorology Music Education Performance Physics Political Science Professional Interdisciplinary Studies Psychology Public Administration Public Health Public Policy and Administration Reading School Counseling Science and Mathematics Teaching Secondary Education Social Science Education Social Work Sociology Special Education Speech Sport Science Teaching Technology Education Urban and Regional Planning Urban Higher Education Urban Studies

TOTAL, DEGREES CONFERRED

BACHELORS

MASTERS

SPECIALIST

DOCTORAL

TOTAL

42 19 113 24 10 83 20 0 0 18 14 19 0 59 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 13 0 18 15 0 10 1 0 52 41 10 19 30 9 34 6 3 1 5 3 17 102 50 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 86 17 3 10 0 0 0 0 0 3

11 0 2 21 5 0 0 17 0 20 0 20 8 0 9 0 39 0 0 0 0 8 0 3 16 14 0 2 0 0 21 0 11 3 0 0 0 5 3 0 6 0 0 1 0 0 0 25 11 7 1 1 2 0 80 4 2 0 10 19 21 6 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 4 10 0 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 18 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 10 0

53 19 115 49 25 83 20 17 9 38 14 39 8 59 9 9 39 2 1 13 18 8 1 16 16 32 15 5 10 1 21 52 52 13 19 30 9 39 9 3 7 5 3 18 102 50 2 36 11 7 1 1 2 1 172 21 5 10 10 19 21 10 10 3

984

434

13

86

1517

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JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY TOTAL DEGREES CONFERRED BY LEVEL 5-YEAR TREND LEVEL

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

Bachelors

1064

946

1093

989

984

Masters

412

446

424

424

434

Specialist

23

19

17

19

13

Doctorate

60

74

71

80

86

1559

1485

1605

1512

1517

TOTAL

JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY TOTAL DEGREES CONFERRED BY COLLEGE 5-YEAR TREND COLLEGE

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

Business

238

217

175

186

167

Education & Human Development

361

355

401

484

420

-

-

-

-

39

Liberal Arts

312

289

310

283

253

*Lifelong Learning

140

128

101

-

-

Science, Engineering & Technology

283

239

328

290

314

-

-

-

-

126

Public Service

225

257

290

269

198

TOTAL

1559

1485

1605

1512

1517

Journalism & Media Studies

Public Health Initiative

*College of Lifelong Learning was merged with the College of Education and Human Development in 2014-15; degrees conferred by college.

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JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY DEGREES CONFERRED BY DEGREE, LEVEL AND PROGRAM 5 – YEAR TREND PROGRAM / LEVEL Accounting Art Biology Business Administration Chemistry Child Care and Family Education Civil Engineering Clinical and Mental Health Clinical Psychology Communicative Disorders Computer Engineering Computer Science Criminal Justice and Correctional Services Early Childhood Education Earth System Science Economics Education Educational Administration and Supervision Educational Technology Electrical Engineering Elementary Education Engineering English Entrepreneurship Environmental Science Finance Foreign Languages Guidance and Counseling Hazardous Materials Management Healthcare Administration Health, Physical Education & Recreation Higher Education Administration History Industrial Technology Management Marketing Mass Communications Mathematics Mathematics Education Meteorology Music Education Performance Physics Political Science Professional Interdisciplinary Studies Psychology Public Administration Public Health Public Policy and Administration Reading Rehabilitation Services School Counseling Science and Mathematics Teaching Secondary Education Social Science Education Social Work Sociology Special Education Speech Sport Science Teacher Education Technology Education Telecommunications Engineering Urban and Regional Planning Urban Studies

GRAND TOTAL

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

85 13 106 59 27 58 17 4 32 18 20 65 40 8 23 29 1 36 11 34 9 5 16 4 16 4 30 63 16 10 27 45 16 50 7 4 3 6 5 3 24 140 56 3 34 9 6 19 5 1 3 102 30 26 11 7 17 25 1 12 3

71 16 80 73 27 53 14 9 29 20 23 70 52 1 19 38 40 7 29 15 9 8 2 10 4 42 43 23 9 20 32 17 30 7 4 4 11 5 1 44 128 32 3 46 15 2 15 2 4 6 111 23 19 9 9 22 17 0 9 2

59 19 92 57 28 129 18 6 26 34 37 76 46 6 3 16 28 1 2 38 15 19 17 10 10 1 14 16 48 44 11 14 30 21 8 34 3 1 4 8 5 5 25 101 59 1 41 15 1 11 -5 2 12 143 35 12 9 18 18 22 15 1

66 18 67 59 29 92 23 9 2 25 26 24 83 50 2 3 19 18 4 23 15 30 8 7 16 0 0 15 40 54 25 17 29 25 9 31 18 1 10 3 6 16 112 37 5 34 9 4 20 4 1 9 147 25 16 11 15 14 23 6 3

53 19 115 49 25 83 20 17 9 38 14 39 8 59 9 9 39 2 1 13 18 8 1 16 16 32 15 5 10 1 21 52 52 13 19 30 9 39 9 3 7 5 3 18 102 50 2 36 11 7 1 1 2 1 172 21 5 10 10 19 21 10 10 3

1559

1485

1605

1512

1517

70


Employees

71


JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY EMPLOYEES BY JOB CATEGORY 5-YEAR TREND 2012 Exec, Admin, Managerial Faculty Other Professional Technical and Paraprofessionals Clerical and Secretarial Skilled Crafts Service Maintenance Student Instruction/ Research Assistants TOTAL

2013

2014

2015

2016

Men 15

Women 18

Total 33

Men 18

Women 10

Total 28

Men 13

Women 7

Total 20

Men 11

Women 10

Total 21

Men 8

Women 9

Total 17

279 221

257 323

536 544

284 214

257 290

541 504

292 215

285 319

577 534

308 200

300 325

608 525

311 205

304 335

615 540

29

18

47

20

17

37

22

17

39

19

20

39

13

15

28

17

167

184

10

151

161

8

145

153

7

149

156

8

137

145

26 85

26

26 111

25 87

21

25 108

25 95

26

25 121

24 98

31

24 129

22 97

28

22 125

-

-

-

64

93

157

91

86

177

78

82

160

69

93

162

672

809

1481

722

839

1561

761

885

1646

745

917

1662

734

920

1654

JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY EMPLOYEES BY ETHNICITY FALL 2016 White Exec, Admin, Managerial Faculty Other Professional/Support Services Technical and Paraprofessionals Clerical and Secretary Skilled Crafts Service Maintenance Graduate Assistant TOTAL

2 113 39 1 5 0 3 27 190

African American 14 419 482 25 140 22 121 114 1337

Hispanic

Asian

1 7 2 0 0 0 1 4 15

0 72 16 2 0 0 0 15 105

72

American Indian 1 1

Pacific Islander 2 1 3

Multi-Racial

Total

1 2 3

17 615 540 28 145 22 125 162 1654


JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY BY ACADEMIC RANK 5–YEAR TREND YEAR

2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

Professor

Associate Professor

Assistant Professor

82 76 81 86 86

105 96 119 110 108

128 123 117 111 104

RANK Instructor

70 75 67 78 76

Lecturer

4 16 5 1 1

Other Academic Rank 1 -

TOTAL 389 386 389 387 375

JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY FULL-TIME INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY BY ACADEMIC TENURE STATUS 5–YEAR TREND Year 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

TENURED Number 176 175 186 186 180

Percent 45.25% 45.33% 46.53% 48.06% 48.00%

Year 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

TENURE TRACK Number Percent 83 21.33% 77 19.95% 67 17.22% 68 17.57% 78 20.80%

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Year 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

NON-TENURED Number Percent 130 33.42% 134 34.72% 136 34.96% 133 34.37% 117 31.20%


JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY FULL-TIME INSTUCTIONAL FACULTY BY COLLEGE, SCHOOL AND DEPARTMENT 5-YEAR TREND COLLEGE/DEPARTMENT Accounting Economics, Finance & General Business Entrepreneurship & Professional Development Management & Marketing TOTAL, COLLEGE OF BUSINESS Educational Leadership Educational Technology Counseling, Rehabilitation & Psychometric Svc. Urban Higher Education Elementary & Early Childhood Education Health, Physical Education & Recreation Social and Cultural Special Education Sports Science Professional Interdisciplinary Studies TOTAL, COLLEGE OF EDUCATION & HUMAN DEVELOPMENT English & Modern Foreign Languages Speech Communication &Theatre Art Music Criminal Justice & Sociology History and Philosophy Political Science Psychology TOTAL, COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS Public Policy & Administration Urban & Regional Planning Social Work TOTAL, COLLEGE OF PUBLIC SERVICE Civil Engineering & Environmental Engineering Electrical/Computer Engineering Computer Science Telecommunication Engineering TOTAL, School of Engineering Biology Chemistry and Biochemistry Industrial Systems and Technology Mathematics and Statistics Physics, Atmospherics Sciences & Geosciences Science and Mathematics Teaching TOTAL, School of Science & Technology TOTAL, COLLEGE OF SCIENCE, ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY Mass Communications TOTAL, School of Journalism and Media Studies Communicative Disorders Healthcare Administration Public Health Program TOTAL, School of Public Health Human Development and Family Studies TOTAL, University College

UNIVERSITY TOTAL

Fall 2012

Fall 2013

Fall 2014

Fall 2015

Fall 2016

10 15 6 6 37 12 2 10 3 17 12 4 4 4

9 11 6 10 36 12 2 11 4 14 13 2 4 4

9 11 6 10 36 13 2 9 5 10 12 2 4 4

9 12 6 10 37 14 2 10 4 11 12 2 4 4

8 12 6 9 35 11 2 10 4 11 10 2 4 3

68 35 9 8 18 12 16 7 9 114 6 5 15 26 7 8 13 28 25 18 8 20 15 86

66 40 9 8 16 12 15 8 9 117 7 6 15 28 8 9 13 30 20 17 7 19 18 2 83

61 30 9 8 15 11 14 8 12 107 6 7 18 31 8 8 14 30 22 17 8 18 15 80

63 30 9 8 15 11 12 8 12 105 8 6 20 34 9 7 13 29 24 17 8 15 14 78

57 30 8 8 16 10 12 09 11 104 8 6 18 32 9 9 14 32 26 16 7 16 12 77

114 9 9 5 16 21 -

113 6 6 5 5 10 20 -

110 6 6 5 8 10 23 15 15

107 6 6 5 6 10 21 14 14

109 4 4 4 6 10 20 14 14

389

386

389

387

375

*The College of Lifelong Learning is now the School of Lifelong Learning since Spring 2013.

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JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY FULL-TIME TEACHING FACULTY BY ACADEMIC RANK AND TENURE STATUS 5-YEAR TREND 2012-13

Professor

Associate Professor

Assistant Professor

Instructor

Lecturer

Tenured Tenure Track Non-Tenured Total

72 1 9 82

86 12 7 105

18 70 40 128

70 70

4 4

2013-14

Professor

Associate Professor

Assistant Professor

Instructor

Lecturer

Tenured Tenure Track Non-Tenured Total

66 3 7 76

79 12 5 96

24 60 39 123

3 1 71 75

3 1 12 16

2014-15

Professor

Associate Professor

Assistant Professor

Instructor

Lecturer

Tenured Tenure Track Non-Tenured Total

74 2 5 81

101 12 6 119

11 53 53 117

67 67

5 5

2015-16

Professor

Associate Professor

Assistant Professor

Instructor

Lecturer

Tenured Tenure Track Non-Tenured Total

80 1 5 86

96 10 4 110

10 57 44 111

78 78

1 1

2016-17

Professor

Associate Professor

Assistant Professor

Instructor

Lecturer

Tenured Tenure Track Non-Tenured Total

81 2 3 86

93 10 5 108

6 66 32 104

76 76

1 1

75

Other Academic Rank -

TOTAL

Other Academic Rank -

TOTAL

Other Academic Rank -

TOTAL

Other Academic Rank 1 1

TOTAL

Other Academic Rank -

TOTAL

176 83 130 389

175 77 134 386

186 67 132 389

186 68 133 387

180 78 117 375


JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY FULL-TIME TEACHING FACULTY BY ACADEMIC RANK AND EDUCATIONAL LEVEL 5-YEAR TREND Educational Level

Professor

Associate Professor

Assistant Professor 2012-13 103 2 21 2 128

Instructor

Lecturer

Other Academic Rank

TOTAL

Doctoral Degree Specialist Degree Master’s Degree First Professional Bachelor’s Degree TOTAL

80 1 1 82

101 4 105

13 6 51 70

2 2 4

-

299 9 79 2 389

Educational Level

Professor

Associate Professor

Assistant Professor 2013-14 98 1 24 123

Instructor

Lecturer

Other Academic Rank

TOTAL

Doctoral Degree Specialist Degree Master’s Degree First Professional Bachelor’s Degree TOTAL

74 1 1 76

93 3 96

18 6 51 75

12 4 16

-

298 8 83 386

Educational Level

Professor

Associate Professor

Assistant Professor 2014-15 91 2 24 117

Instructor

Lecturer

Other Academic Rank

TOTAL

Doctoral Degree Specialist Degree Master’s Degree First Professional Bachelor’s Degree TOTAL

79 1 1 81

113 1 5 119

14 8 45 67

3 2 5

-

300 12 77 389

Educational Level

Professor

Associate Professor

Instructor

Lecturer

Other Academic Rank

TOTAL

102 0 8 0 0

Assistant Professor 2015-16 87 0 22 2 0

Doctoral Degree Specialist Degree Master’s Degree First Professional Bachelor’s Degree

81 1 3 1 0

18 2 55 1 2

1 0 0 0 0

1 0 0 0 0

290 3 88 4 2

TOTAL

86

110

111

78

1

1

387

Educational Level

Professor

Associate Professor

Assistant Professor

Instructor

Lecturer

Other Academic Rank

TOTAL

18 1 56 1 76

1 1

-

300 1 70 3 1 375

2016-17 Doctoral Degree Specialist Degree Master’s Degree First Professional Bachelor’s Degree TOTAL

85 1 86

103 5 108

93 8 3 104

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Resources

77


JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY EDUCATION AND GENERAL REVENUES BY SOURCE 5-YEAR PROFILE FISCAL YEARS

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

2016-17

Tuition and Fees

50,792,633

55,731,643

66,630,574

66,598,382

70,538,077

State Appropriations

45,173,841

47,143,329

55,275,234

51,905,061

50,217,991

Sales & Services

500,000

500,000

500,000

500,000

500,000

Other Revenue

6,400,000

6,200,000

4,800,000

4,000,000

3,300,000

102,866,474

109,574,972

127,205,808

123,003,443

124,556,068

Total

JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY EDUCATION & GENERAL EXPENDITURES BY SOURCE 5-YEAR PROFILE FISCAL YEARS

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

2016-17

Instruction

41,818,204

42,530,594

47,242,214

44,955,919

47,399,021

Research

1,492,008

1,286,877

1,173,792

1,188,185

1,165,035

Public Service

1,137,623

661,992

651,310

658,988

765,291

Academic Support

7,912,687

8,550,280

8,612,875

8,647,894

11,560,137

Student Services

8,270,311

8,965,110

9,189,067

10,075,837

10,685,466

Institutional Support

17,831,535

21,632,831

27,207,672

28,846,956

25,652,584

Plant Operations

13,506,158

14,457,305

21,610,967

16,565,961

15,022,189

Scholarships & Fellowships

10,897,948

11,489,983

11,517,911

12,063,703

12,306,345

102,866,474

109,574,972

127,205,808

123,003,443

124,556,068

Total

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Did you Know?

 Jackson State University hosted entertainers such as Motown Review (Jackson Five), Sarah Vaughn, Chaka Khan, B. B. King, and many more entertainers in the Rose E. McCoy Auditorium.  Jackson State University is designated as a "higher-research activity” institution by the Carnegie Foundation and has been named as an Institutional Partner by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. This emphasis on research and scholarship is cemented by data that show JSU continues the tradition of being a top producer of African-Americans with bachelor’s degrees in education and by ongoing funding from government agencies, including a recent $2.9 million “First in the World” grant from the U.S. Department of Education.  JSU is the first university in Mississippi approved to establish a School of Public Health.  Campbell College Suites, one of JSU’s upscale residential facilities for upper class students was named for Bishop Campbell, who was the presiding bishop of the Third District of the African Methodist Episcopal Church. During the civil rights movement, Campbell College was a private institution that served as a breeding ground for young freedom fighters.  During the civil rights era, Jackson State College and its students were at the center of civil rights activities as student protests intensified between 1964 and 1970. One of the most tragic events in the school’s history occurred at Alexander Hall.  First Lady of the United States of America Michelle Obama delivered Jackson State University 139th commencement address at the 2016 Spring Commencement Ceremony.

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