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Fact Book 2012 Cover design by Kenneth Storey, University Printing Cover photos by Dot Paul, UGA Photographic Services Abraham Baldwin, UGA’s Founder and First President Abraham Baldwin authored the University of Georgia Charter which when adopted by the Georgia General Assembly in 1785, made the University of Georgia America’s first state chartered university and the birthplace of the American system of public higher education. A member of the Georgia State House, the Continental Congress and the U.S. Senate, Baldwin was a dedicated public servant and one of only two Georgia delegates to sign the U.S. Constitution in 1787. Baldwin's vision to make a quality post-secondary education affordable to the citizens of Georgia has impacted the growth and prosperity of the state in ways few could have imagined two centuries ago. The University of Georgia dedicated this statue of Abraham Baldwin in the fall of 2011. The statue is located on the university's North Campus in front of Old College.


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THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA FACT BOOK 2012 44th Edition Edited By: Mary T. Moore Office of Institutional Research 110 East Clayton Street, Suite 505 The University of Georgia Athens, Georgia 30602-5279 Published By: Office of Institutional Research Meihua Zhai, Director 110 East Clayton Street, Suite 505 The University of Georgia Athens, Georgia 30602-5279 (706) 425-3183 (706) 425-3200, fax Printed By: The University of Georgia Printing Department Max G. Harrell, Manager & Unit Head Printing Building 210 River Road Athens, Georgia 30602-6007 Copyright Š 2012 By: The University of Georgia Office of the Vice President for Research 609 Boyd Graduate Studies Research Center Athens, Georgia 30602-7411 Preamble of the Charter of The University of Georgia digital image provided by the Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of Georgia Libraries Web All material contained in this book is also available at the Office of Institutional Research website. http://www.oir.uga.edu This book is intended as a reference and may be quoted using accepted scholarly citation without permission. Reproduction of complete tables, figures, or text must include a University of Georgia Fact Book 2012 notation and page number.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Page List of Figures............................................................................................................................................................. vi GENERAL INFORMATION About the Institution ........................................................................................................................................... 2 The Mission of The University of Georgia .......................................................................................................... 3 The University of Georgia Strategic Plan ........................................................................................................... 4 ADMINISTRATION Board of Regents ............................................................................................................................................... University System of Georgia Administrative Staff ............................................................................................. Senior Administrative Officers: Fall 2012 ........................................................................................................... Deans of Colleges and Schools: Fall 2012 ........................................................................................................ The University of Georgia Foundation: 2012-13 Trustees..................................................................................

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ADMISSIONS New Freshmen: Fall Terms 2003 - 2012 .......................................................................................................... Mean Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) Scores for Entering Freshmen: Fall Terms 2008 - 2012 ....................... Georgia High Schools of Entering Freshmen: Fall 2012 .................................................................................. Academic Scholarships: Academic Years 2010-11 and 2011-12 ..................................................................... Undergraduate Transfers: Fall Terms 2003 - 2012 .......................................................................................... Georgia Colleges and Universities from Which Undergraduate Students Transferred to The University of Georgia: Fall 2012 ..................................................................................................... Graduate School Admissions: Fall Terms 2003 - 2012 .................................................................................... Average Entrance Test Scores of Accepted Degree-Seeking Graduate Students: Fall Terms 2003 - 2012 ....

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ENROLLMENT Enrollment by Class: Fall Terms 2003 - 2012 .................................................................................................. Characteristics of Enrolled Students by Class: Fall 2012 ................................................................................. Enrollment by College and School, Athens and Extended Campuses: Fall Terms 2008 - 2012 ...................... Enrollment by College and School, UGA Extended Campuses: Fall Terms 2008 - 2012 ................................ Enrolled Foreign Students by Country of Origin and UGA Student Level: Fall 2012 ........................................ Enrollment by State of Origin and UGA Student Level: Fall 2012 .................................................................... Enrolled Georgia Residents by County of Residence and UGA Student Level: Fall 2012 ............................... Popular Degree Majors: Fall 2012 ................................................................................................................... Retention Rates for First-Time Full-Time Undergraduates: Entering Cohorts 2002 – 2011 .............................

20 21 22 23 25 26 28 30 31

DEGREES CONFERRED Degrees Conferred by School or College and Degree Level: Fiscal Year 2011-12 ......................................... Degrees Conferred by Degree Level: Fiscal Years 2007-08 Through 2011-12 ............................................... Summary of Degrees Conferred by Program Classification: Fiscal Year 2011-12 ........................................... Degree Programs and Majors, Athens Campus ............................................................................................... Degree Programs and Majors, Extended Campuses ....................................................................................... Completion Rates for First-Time Full-Time Undergraduates: Entering Cohorts 2002 - 2011 ...........................

34 35 36 37 41 42

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ACADEMIC INFORMATION Total University Student Credit Hours: Fiscal Year 2011-12 ............................................................................ Distribution of Grades by Class: Academic Year 2011-12 ............................................................................... Honors Program Enrollment and Sections: Fiscal Year 2011-12 ..................................................................... Honors Program Awards: Fiscal Years 2003-04 Through 2011-12 .................................................................. Graduate Assistantships: Fall 2012.................................................................................................................. Graduate Fellowships and Assistantships Awarded Through the Graduate School: Fall 2012 ........................ National Academic Awards Awarded to UGA Students ................................................................................... Participation in Study Abroad at the University of Georgia: Academic Years 2007-08 Through 2011-12 ........................................................................................................................ UGA Study Abroad and Exchange Programs: Academic Years 2007-08 Through 2011-12 ............................ Tuition and Fees: Fall 2012 - Spring 2013 ....................................................................................................... Estimated Cost of Attendance: Academic Years 2003-04 Through 2012-13 ................................................... Annual Cost of Attendance for Resident Undergraduates, UGA and Selected Peers: Academic Year 2011-12............................................................................................................................ University of Georgia Libraries: National Rankings ..........................................................................................

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STUDENT RELATED INFORMATION Student Financial Aid Programs: Fiscal Year 2011-12 ..................................................................................... Student Housing Summary: Fall 2012.............................................................................................................. Social Sororities and Fraternities ..................................................................................................................... Participation in Social Sororities and Fraternities: Fall 2012 ............................................................................ Honorary Fraternities and Societies ................................................................................................................. UGA Career Center: Class of 2011 Career Plans ............................................................................................ UGA Alumni Association 2012-2013 Executive Committee ............................................................................. Number of Living Alumni by Class Year of Most Recent Degree ..................................................................... University of Georgia Alumni by State of Residence ........................................................................................ University of Georgia Alumni by Georgia County of Residence ....................................................................... University of Georgia Athletic Association........................................................................................................ National Collegiate Athletic Association Postgraduate Scholarships ............................................................... Intercollegiate Athletes at The University of Georgia: Fall 2012....................................................................... Public Safety Statistics: January 1, 2011 - December 31, 2011 .......................................................................

58 59 60 60 61 62 63 63 64 66 68 68 69 70

46 47 48 48 49 49 49 52 53 54 55

FACULTY AND STAFF Full-Time Faculty and Allied Professional Staff by Rank and Function: Fall 2012 ........................................... 72 Tenure Status of Full-Time Professorial Faculty by Rank and Gender: Fall 2012 ............................................ 72 Full-Time Professorial Faculty by Rank and Ethnicity: Fall 2012 ..................................................................... 73 Full-Time Professorial Faculty by Age Range and Rank: Fall 2012 ................................................................. 73 Full-Time Professorial Graduate Faculty Membership by Rank: Fall 2012 ...................................................... 73 Highest Earned Degrees of Full-Time Professorial Faculty by Rank: Fall 2012 ............................................... 74 Average Academic Year Salaries of Instructional Faculty, UGA and Selected Peers: Academic Year 2011-12............................................................................................................................ 75 University Employees by Occupational Classification: October 31, 2012 ........................................................ 76 University Employees by Occupational Classification and Ethnicity: October 31, 2012 ................................... 77 University Employees by Occupational Classification and Gender: October 31, 2012 ...................................... 77

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION Sources of Revenue: Fiscal Year 2011-12....................................................................................................... Revenue by Source: Fiscal Years 2002-03 Through 2011-12 ......................................................................... Expenditures by Function: Fiscal Year 2011-12 ............................................................................................... Expenditures by Function: Fiscal Years 2002-03 Through 2011-12 ................................................................ Total Sponsored Awards by Project Type: Fiscal Years 2007-08 Through 2011-12 ........................................ Total Research Awards by Sponsor Type: Fiscal Years 2007-08 Through 2011-12 ........................................ Total Sponsored Awards by Agency: Fiscal Year 2011-12 .............................................................................. Total Sponsored Awards by Major Unit: Fiscal Year 2011-12 .......................................................................... Sources of All Public Service and Outreach Funds: Fiscal Year 2011-12 ........................................................ History of Fundraising: Fiscal Years 1978-2012 ..............................................................................................

80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89

PHYSICAL FACILITIES University Buildings by Major Use, Athens Campus: Fall 2012 ........................................................................ Number of Rooms by Basic Room Type, Athens Campus: Fall 2012 .............................................................. Utilization of Instructional Facilities: Fall 2012 .................................................................................................. Space Assignment by Room Use and Building Location: Fall 2012 ................................................................. Space Assignment by Program Classification and Building Location: Fall 2012 .............................................. Building Summary by Year of Completion: Athens Campus Fall 2012............................................................. Academic and Administrative Buildings, Date of Initial Occupancy, Athens Campus: Fall 2012...................... Major Building Projects by Date of Completion: 2011-2012 ............................................................................. Major Building Projects Currently Under Construction: Fall 2012 .................................................................... Authorized Projects In Design Phase: Fall 2012 .............................................................................................. University of Georgia Land Holdings: As of June 30, 2012 ..............................................................................

92 92 92 93 93 94 95 97 98 98 99

CAMPUS MAP AND LEGEND University of Georgia Map Legend ................................................................................................................. 102

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The University of Georgia Administrative Organization ................................................................... Freshman Applicants by Admission Status: Fall Terms 2003 - 2012 .............................................. Mean SAT Scores for Entering Freshmen: Fall Terms 2008 - 2012 ................................................ Enrollment by Class: Fall Terms 2003 - 2012.................................................................................. Distribution of Total Enrollment by State of Origin: Fall 2012 .......................................................... Distribution of Enrolled Georgia Residents by County: Fall 2012 .................................................... Degrees Conferred by Level: Fiscal Year 2011-12.......................................................................... Degrees Conferred by Level: Fiscal Years 2007-08 Through 2011-12 ........................................... Average Completion Rates for First-Time Full-Time Undergraduates:

8 12 13 20 27 29 34 35

Entering Cohorts 2002 - 2011 ................................................................................................... 43 Total University Student Credit Hours: Fiscal Years 2007-08 Through 2011-12 ............................... 46 Trends in Study Abroad Participation: Academic Years 2007-08 Through 2011-12........................ 52 UGA Study Abroad and Exchange Program Growth: Academic Years 2007-08 To 2011-12 ................................................................................................................. 53 Distribution of Alumni by State ........................................................................................................ 65 Distribution of Resident Georgia Alumni by County of Residence ................................................... 67 Scholarship Athletes at the University of Georgia: Fall Terms 2008 - 2012..................................... 69 Highest Earned Degrees of Full-Time Professorial Faculty: Fall 2012 ............................................ 74 Average Academic Year Salary of Instructional Faculty, University of Georgia (All Ranks): Fall Terms 2007 - 2011 .......................................................................................... 75 Full-Time University Employees by Occupational Classification ..................................................... 76 Distribution of Revenue by Source: Fiscal Year 2011-12 ................................................................ 81 Distribution of Expenditures by Function: Fiscal Year 2011-12 ....................................................... 83 Total Sponsored Awards by Project Type: Fiscal Years 2007-08 Through 2011-12 ....................... 84 Total Research Awards: Fiscal Years 2007-08 Through 2011-12 ................................................... 85 Distribution of Space by Building Age, Athens Campus: Fall 2012 ................................................. 94 University of Georgia Athens Campus Map................................................................................... 103


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ABOUT THE INSTITUTION History and Location: Chartered by the Georgia General Assembly on January 27, 1785, the University of Georgia is the nation’s first state-chartered university. In 1872, the University of Georgia was designated the state’s land-grant institution and in 1980 was accorded sea-grant college status. The University’s main campus is located in Athens-Clarke County, Georgia, approximately 60 miles northeast of the state capital of Atlanta. Academic Schools and Colleges: The University is comprised of seventeen schools and colleges: Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Arts and Sciences, Business, Ecology, Education, Engineering, Environment and Design, Family and Consumer Sciences, Forestry and Natural Resources, Graduate School, Journalism and Mass Communication, Law, Pharmacy, Public Health, Public and International Affairs, Social Work, and Veterinary Medicine. Academic Programs and Degrees Conferred: The University of Georgia is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges as well as a variety of discipline-specific accrediting agencies. Academic offerings include 23 bachelor’s degrees in 139 major fields; 33 master’s degrees in 135 major fields; the specialist in education degree in 18 major fields; 4 doctoral degrees in 94 major fields; and professional degrees in Law, Pharmacy, and Veterinary Medicine. During the 2011-12 fiscal year, the University awarded 6,861 bachelor’s degrees, 1,778 master’s and specialist degrees, 453 doctoral degrees, and 450 professional degrees. Faculty: Full-time professorial faculty for the fall 2012 totaled 1,735. 96% of the full-time faculty were tenured or tenure-track, and 97% hold the doctorate or other terminal degree. Average salaries for the fiscal year 2012 were $107,800 for professors; $79,200 for associate professors; and $75,300 for assistant professors. Enrollment: Fall 2012 enrollment totaled 34,519, which included 26,259 undergraduates, 6,606 graduate students, and 1,654 first professional students. 93% of undergraduates and 80% of graduate and professional students were enrolled on a full-time basis. The undergraduate student body was 43% male and 24% minority. 1,078 undergraduate and 1,355 graduate and professional students were from 121 foreign countries. Admissions/Retention: 4,967 first-time freshmen enrolled for fall 2012. 48% of all admitted freshmen enrolled, and 27% of all freshman applicants enrolled. The average total SAT score for entering freshmen was 1244. 4,392 or 88% of new freshmen attended 457 Georgia high schools. On average, 93.9% of first-time full-time freshmen return for their sophomore year. 63% of all undergraduate transfer applicants were accepted, and 1,148 enrolled for fall 2012. 51% of accepted new graduate students enrolled in fall 2012. Costs: Academic year 2012-13 tuition and fees totaled $9,842 for new resident undergraduates and $28,052 for new nonresident undergraduates. Academic year 2012-13 estimated cost of attendance for resident undergraduates totaled $21,250. This amount included tuition and mandatory fees, books and supplies, room and board, and other expenses. Finance: For fiscal year 2012, total revenues exceeded $1.33 billion and included $363 million from state appropriations. 19% of total operating expenditures were designated for instruction and 24% for research. Sponsored awards for fiscal year 2012 totaled $234,883,526. Physical Facilities: The University occupies and maintains over 20 million square feet of space. The main campus includes 458 buildings for a total of 15,967,395 square feet. Six major building projects were completed during 2012 for a total cost of over $73 million. The University’s fall 2012 land holdings totaled 40,109 acres in 30 Georgia counties. 2


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THE MISSION OF THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA The University of Georgia, a land-grant and sea-grant university with statewide commitments and responsibilities, is the state's oldest, most comprehensive and most diversified institution of higher education. Its motto, "to teach, to serve, and to inquire into the nature of things," reflects the University's integral and unique role in the conservation and enhancement of the state's and nation's intellectual, cultural, and environmental heritage. The University of Georgia shares with the other research universities of the University System of Georgia the following core characteristics: 

a statewide responsibility and commitment to excellence and academic achievements having national and international recognition;

a commitment to excellence in a teaching/learning environment dedicated to serve a diverse and well-prepared student body, to promote high levels of student achievement, and to provide appropriate academic support services;

a commitment to excellence in research, scholarship, and creative endeavors that are focused on organized programs to create, maintain, and apply new knowledge and theories; that promote instructional quality and effectiveness; and that enhance institutionally relevant faculty qualifications;

a commitment to excellence in public service, economic development, and technical assistance activities designed to address the strategic needs of the State of Georgia along with a comprehensive offering of continuing education designed to meet the needs of Georgia's citizens in life-long learning and professional education;

a wide range of academic and professional programming at the baccalaureate, master's, and doctoral levels.

With its statewide mission and core characteristics, the University of Georgia endeavors to prepare the University community and the State for full participation in the global society of the twenty-first century. Through its programs and practices, it seeks to foster the understanding of and respect for cultural differences necessary for an enlightened and educated citizenry. It further provides for cultural, ethnic, gender, and racial diversity in the faculty, staff, and student body. The University is committed to preparing the University community to appreciate the critical importance of a quality environment to an interdependent global society. As a comprehensive land-grant and sea-grant institution, the University of Georgia offers baccalaureate, master's, doctoral, and professional degrees in the arts, humanities, social sciences, biological sciences, physical sciences, agricultural and environmental sciences, business, ecology, environmental design, family and consumer sciences, forest resources, journalism and mass communication, education, law, pharmacy, public health, social work, and veterinary medicine. The University attracts students nationally and internationally as well as from within Georgia. It offers the state's broadest array of possibilities in graduate and professional education, and thus a large minority of the student body is post-baccalaureate. The predominantly Georgian undergraduate student body is a mix of highly qualified students originally admitted as freshmen and selected transfer students principally from other University System institutions. With original scholarship, basic and applied research, and creative activities constituting an essential core from which to draw, the impact of the land-grant and sea-grant mission is reflected throughout the state. Cooperative extension, continuing education, public service, experiment stations, and technology transfer are all designed to enhance the well-being of the citizens of Georgia through their roles in economic, social, and community development. As it has been historically, the University of Georgia is responsive to the evolution of the state's educational, social, and economic needs. It aspires through its strategic planning to even closer contact and interaction with public and private institutions throughout the state as well as with the citizens it serves.

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THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA STRATEGIC PLAN

The University of Georgia’s Strategic Plan for the First Decade of the Twenty-First Century was adopted in late 2000. Each of the major planning units, including all of the University’s colleges and schools and major administrative units, adopted a strategic plan as part of that same process. Each plan guided the planning unit toward achievement of three overarching institutional goals for 2000-2010:   

Building the new learning environment Research investment Competing in a global economy

In 2004, as part of an effort to build on those unit-level strategic plans and fully operationalize the institutional strategic plan, a two-phased “Five-Year Program Planning” process was implemented. The overall goal of that process was to further improve integration of the unit plans with the University budget development and resource allocation process in a manner even more directly linked to institutional priorities. Each of the University’s colleges and schools and major administrative units adopted five-year plans for the second half of the decade as part of that process. As the period covered by the 2000-2010 Strategic Plan drew to a close, a committee was appointed to examine the strategic framework for the University’s next decade and propose a new strategic plan, including measurable benchmarks for progress for each priority area. The new plan was submitted to the University Council in spring 2010 and approved. In 2012, a Strategic Plan “Champions” Committee reviewed the 2020 plan and aligned strategic priorities and their benchmarks more closely and developed goals more precisely. The 2020 Strategic Plan assures that the University’s well-established system of planning, evaluation, and continuous improvement will continue to guide the current decade at the University. Seven strategic directions are outlined in the 2020 University of Georgia Strategic Plan, Building on Excellence. 

Building on Excellence in Undergraduate Education

Enhancing Graduate and Professional Programs

Investing in Proven and Emerging Areas of Research Excellence at UGA

Serving the Citizens of the State of Georgia and Beyond

Improving Faculty Recruitment, Retention and Development

Improving and Maintaining Facilities and Infrastructure to Provide Excellence in Instruction, Research and Service

Improving Stewardship of Natural Resources and Advancing Campus Sustainability.

The University of Georgia is now in the process of implementing this 2020 plan. This will include processes to regularly evaluate progress towards the plan’s benchmarks, identify specific projects and initiatives designed to promote attainment of the new strategic directions, assure that strategic plans of all university units continue to drive the university towards its new strategic directions, and assure that the plan provides a sound basis for a capital campaign. Source: Associate Provost for Academic Planning 4


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BOARD OF REGENTS Regent Benjamin J. Tarbutton, III, Chair William H. NeSmith, Jr., Vice Chair Larry R. Ellis Robert F. Hatcher Donald M. Leebern, Jr. Larry Walker Philip A. Wilheit, Sr. Rutledge A. Griffin, Jr. Doreen Stiles Poitevint C. Thomas Hopkins, Jr. C. Dean Alford Neil L. Pruitt, Jr. Kessel Stelling, Jr. Richard L. Tucker W. Mansfield Jennings, Jr. James R. Jolly Willis J. Potts, Jr. Kenneth R. Bernard, Jr.

Residence

District

Sandersville Athens Atlanta Macon McDonough Perry Gainesville Valdosta Bainbridge Griffin Conyers Norcross Columbus Duluth Hawkinsville Dalton Rome Douglasville

Twelfth Tenth State-at-Large State-at-Large State-at-Large State-at-Large State-at-Large First Second Third Fourth Fifth Sixth Seventh Eighth Ninth Eleventh Thirteenth

Term of Office 2006-2013 2008-2015 2009-2016 2006-2013 2012-2019 2009-2016 2011-2013 2011-2018 2011-2018 2010-2017 2012-2019 2011-2017 2008-2015 2012-2019 2006-2013 2008-2015 2006-2013 2007-2014

UNIVERSITY SYSTEM OF GEORGIA ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF

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Position

Staff Member

Chancellor Executive Vice Chancellor of Administration & Chief Operating Officer Executive Vice Chancellor & Chief Academic Officer Senior Vice Chancellor External Affairs Vice Chancellor - Academic Affairs Vice Chancellor - Educational Access & Success Vice Chancellor - Facilities Vice Chancellor - Fiscal Affairs Vice Chancellor - Information Technology Srvcs & Chief Information Officer Vice Chancellor - Human Resources Vice Chancellor - Legal Affairs & Secretary to the Board Vice Chancellor - Student Affairs Chief Information Security Officer Associate Vice Chancellor & Chief Audit Officer Associate Vice Chancellor - Development & Administration Associate Vice Chancellor - Fiscal Affairs Associate Vice Chancellor - Information Technology Srvcs - Athens Associate Vice Chancellor - Information Technology Srvcs - Atlanta Associate Vice Chancellor - Life & Health Benefits Associate Vice Chancellor - Media and Publications Associate Vice Chancellor - Planning & Implementation

Henry M. Huckaby Steve W. Wrigley Houston D. Davis Thomas E. Daniel Linda Noble Lynne Weisenbach Lee H. Richey, Interim John E. Brown Curtis A. Carver, Jr. Marion Fedrick J. Burns Newsome Joyce A. Jones Stan Gatewood John Fuchko lll Peter J. Hickey Ben M. Riden Jeff Delaney James Squires Thomas A. Scheer John H. Millsaps Shelley C. Nickel


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SENIOR ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS FALL 2012 Office

Officer

President Vice President for Government Relations Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost Vice Provost for Academic Affairs Associate Provost for Academic Fiscal Affairs Associate Provost for Academic Planning Associate Provost for Economic Development Associate Provost and Director, Honors Program Associate Provost for Institutional Diversity Associate Provost for International Education Associate Provost and University Librarian Vice President for Information Technology Vice President for Instruction Vice President for Public Service and Outreach Vice President for Research Vice President for Student Affairs Senior Vice President for External Affairs Vice President for Public Affairs Senior Vice President for Finance and Administration

Michael F. Adams J. Griffin Doyle Jere W. Morehead Libby V. Morris Christina J. Miller Jerome S. Legge Margaret W. Dahl David S. Williams Michelle Garfield Cook Kavita Pandit William G. Potter Timothy M. Chester Laura Dunn Jolly Jennifer L. Frum David C. Lee Rodney D. Bennett Thomas S. Landrum Thomas H. Jackson, Jr. Timothy P. Burgess

DEANS OF COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS FALL 2012 College/School Franklin College of Arts and Sciences (1801) School of Law (1859) College of Agricultural & Environmental Sciences (1859) College of Pharmacy (1903) Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources (1906) College of Education (1908) Graduate School (1910) Terry College of Business (1912) Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication (1915) College of Family and Consumer Sciences (1933) College of Veterinary Medicine (1946) School of Social Work (1964) College of Environment and Design (2001) School of Public and International Affairs (2001) College of Public Health (2005) Odum School of Ecology (2007) GHSU/UGA Medical Partnership (2009) College of Engineering (2012)

Dean Alan T. Dorsey Rebecca H. White Jay Scott Angle Svein Ă˜ie Michael L. Clutter Arthur M. Horne Maureen Grasso Robert T. Sumichrast E. Culpepper Clark Linda K. Fox Sheila W. Allen Maurice C. Daniels Daniel J. Nadenicek Thomas P. Lauth Phillip L. Williams John L. Gittleman Barbara L. Schuster, Campus Dean E. Dale Threadgill, Interim

(Date college or school established)

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DEAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

DEAN SCHOOL OF LAW

DEAN COLLEGE OF VETERINARY MEDICINE

ASSOC PROVOST & UNIVERSITY LIBRARIAN

VICE PRESIDENT PUBLIC AFFAIRS

SR VICE PRESIDENT EXTERNAL AFFAIRS

DEAN SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK

DEAN SCHOOL OF PUBLIC & INTL AFFAIRS

ASSOC PROVOST INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION

VICE PRESIDENT STUDENT AFFAIRS

DEAN COLLEGE OF PUBLIC HEALTH

DEAN COLLEGE OF PHARMACY

ASSOC PROVOST INSTITUTIONAL DIVERSITY

VICE PRESIDENT RESEARCH

VICE PRESIDENT GOVT RELATIONS

DEAN COLLEGE OF JOURNALISM & MASS COMM

DEAN GRADUATE SCHOOL

DEAN SCHOOL OF FORESTRY & NATURAL RES

ASSOC PROVOST & DIRECTOR, HONORS PROGRAM

VICE PRESIDENT PUBLIC SERVICE & OUTREACH

SR VICE PRESIDENT ACADEMIC AFFAIRS AND PROVOST

DEAN COLLEGE OF FAMILY & CONSUMER SCI

DEAN COLLEGE OF ENVIRONMENT & DESIGN

ASSOC PROVOST ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

VICE PRESIDENT INSTRUCTION

VICE PROVOST ACADEMIC AFFAIRS

DEAN COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

DEAN SCHOOL OF ECOLOGY

DEAN COLLEGE OF BUSINESS

ASSOC PROVOST ACADEMIC PLANNING

VICE PRESIDENT INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

DEAN COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES

DEAN COLLEGE OF AGRICULTRAL & ENVIRON SCI

ASSOC PROVOST ACADEMIC FISCAL AFFAIRS

SR VICE PRESIDENT FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION

PRESIDENT

CHANCELLOR

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THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA FOUNDATION 2012-13 TRUSTEES Term Trustees Michael F. Adams

Residence

Expires

Term Trustees

Athens

Ex Officio, Voting

Daniel P. Amos

Columbus

2015

Jefferson B. A. Knox

Steve C. Jones

Kathryn L. Ash

Charlotte, NC

2016

Residence

Expires

Atlanta

Ex-Officio, Voting

Thomson

2015

John O. Knox, Jr.

Atlanta

2013

Earl Dale Barrs

Macon

2013

James L. Laboon, Jr.

Athens

2013

Ruth Ann Bartlett

Atlanta

Advisory - 2013

Thomas S. Landrum

Athens

Ex Officio, Voting

Nelson E. Bowers, II

Lookout Mt, TN

2014

Emily D. Lawson

Gainesville

2015

Terry S. Brown

Columbus, SC

2013

Russell C. Lindner

Washington, DC

2016

Athens

Ex Officio, Non-Voting

Keith W. Mason

Atlanta

2016

John F. McMullan

Atlanta

2014

Ex Officio, Non-Voting

Richard B. Means

Atlanta

2013

Jere W. Morehead

Athens

Ex Officio, Non-Voting

C. Read Morton, Jr.

Atlanta

2015

John S. Neel, Jr.

Macon

2014

Thomas H. Paris, III

Atlanta

2014

Timothy P. Burgess William M. Burgess

Athens

Charles Edward Campbell

Atlanta

2013

Victor E. Corrigan

Atlanta

Advisory - 2013

John H. Crawford, IV

Atlanta

2014

Edward J. Daniel, Jr.

Athens

Ex Officio, Non-Voting

Atlanta

2016

Jay M. Davis

Atlanta

2013

William N. Searcy

Savannah

2015

Darren W. DeVore

Atlanta

2016

C. Swann Seiler

Savannah

2014

William W. Douglas, III

Atlanta

2015

Stanley W. Shelton

Wayland, MA

2015

Norman Sears Fletcher

Rome

2013

Stephen W. Smith

Atlanta

2015

Joseph C. Frierson, Jr.

Athens

2014

Steven W. Smith

Atlanta

2013

Valdosta

2015

John Phinizy Spalding

Atlanta

2013

Atlanta

2016

Robert H. Stolz

Charlotte, NC

2016

Coraopolis, PA

2013

Barry L. Storey

Augusta

Advisory - 2013

Michael H. Godwin Henry D. Gregory, Jr. C. William Griffin

Neal J. Quirk

F. Sheffield Hale

Atlanta

2013

Mary Lou Swift

Andrew Murphy Head

Atlanta

2013

Brenda A. Thompson

Columbus

2016

Greenwich, CT

Advisory - 2013

H. Nelson Hilton

Athens

Ex Officio, Voting

Samuel D. Holmes

Atlanta

2014

Susan C. Waltman

Pelham, NY

2015

Harriet H. Warren

Atlanta

2013

Gail J. Hunnicutt

LaGrange

2015

Don L. Waters

Savannah

2015

Sarah Corn Irby

Atlanta

2015

Kenneth G. Jackson

Dalton

2015

Charles S. Williams, Jr.

Rome

2015

William D. Young, Jr.

Atlanta

2014

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NEW FRESHMEN* FALL TERMS 2003-2012 Fall Term

Applied

Accepted

% of Applied Accepted

Enrolled

% of Applied Enrolled

% of Accepted Enrolled

2003

11,813

8,885

75

5,190

44

2004

13,267

8,197

62

4,531

34

55

2005**

12,326

7,982

65

4,711

38

59

2006

15,924

9,214

58

5,063

32

55

2007

16,999

9,279

55

4,710

28

51

2008

17,326

9,625

56

4,799

28

50

2009

17,886

9,584

54

4,686

26

49

2010

17,730

10,331

58

4,690

26

45

2011

17,823

11,170

63

5,517

31

49

2012

18,735

10,449

56

4,967

27

48

58

*New first-year students include summer and fall matriculants. **Includes students displaced by Hurricane Katrina.

Figure 2 FRESHMAN APPLICANTS BY ADMISSION STATUS FALL TERMS 2003-2012 19,000 18,000

APPLIED

17,000 16,000 15,000 14,000 13,000 12,000

ACCEPTED

11,000 10,000 9,000 8,000 7,000

ENROLLED

6,000 5,000 4,000 3,000 2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

FALL TERM Source: Office of Institutional Research 12

2009

2010

2011

2012


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MEAN SCHOLASTIC APTITUDE TEST (SAT) SCORES FOR ENTERING FRESHMEN FALL TERMS 2008-2012 Critical Reading Score

Mathematics Score

Total Score Nat'l State Mean Mean

Fall Term

Number of Scores

UGA Mean

Nat'l Mean

State Mean

UGA Mean

Nat'l Mean

State Mean

UGA Mean

2008

3,175

617

502

491

620

515

493

1237

1017

984

2009

3,263

617

501

490

625

515

491

1242

1016

981

2010

3,143

617

501

488

622

516

490

1239

1017

978

2011

3,498

609

497

485

617

514

487

1226

1011

972

2012

3,126

617

496

488

627

514

489

1244

1010

977

Note: Due to rounding, the UGA Total Score may not equal the sum of the UGA Critical Reading and Math Scores.

Figure 3 MEAN SAT SCORES FOR ENTERING FRESHMEN FALL TERMS 2008-2012 1300 UGA

1250

TOTAL SCORES

1200 1150 1100 NATIONAL

1050 1000

STATE

950 900 2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

FALL TERMS

Source: Office of Institutional Research, The College Board 2012 Profile of College-Bound Seniors

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GEORGIA HIGH SCHOOLS OF ENTERING FRESHMEN FALL 2012 High School/Location G. Walton Comprehensive, Marietta Northview, Duluth Milton, Alpharetta Brookwood, Snellville Johns Creek, Johns Creek Alpharetta, Alpharetta Collins Hill, Suwanee Lambert, Suwanee Parkview, Lilburn North Gwinnett, Suwanee Chattahoochee, Alpharetta Lassiter, Marietta Peachtree Ridge, Suwanee Harrison, Kennesaw Alan C. Pope, Marietta Centennial, Roswell Kennesaw Mountain, Kennesaw Roswell, Roswell Riverwood, Atlanta Marist, Atlanta Mill Creek, Hoschton Starr's Mill, Fayetteville Lakeside, Evans Blessed Trinity Catholic, Roswell McIntosh, Peachtree City Wheeler, Marietta Duluth, Duluth Grayson, Loganville South Forsyth, Cumming Clarke Central, Athens Columbus, Columbus Dunwoody, Dunwoody Norcross, Norcross West Forsyth, Cumming North Oconee, Bogart St Pius X Catholic, Atlanta Oconee County, Watkinsville Westminster Schools, Atlanta Lakeside, Atlanta Hillgrove, Powder Springs Berkmar, Lilburn Etowah, Woodstock Greater Atlanta Christian, Norcross Forsyth Central, Cumming Union Grove, McDonough Carlton J. Kell, Marietta Chamblee, Chamblee Houston County, Warner Robins Woodward Academy, College Park Allatoona, Acworth First Presbyterian Day, Macon Wesleyan, Atlanta

Source: Office of Institutional Research

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Students 98 93 87 86 78 69 69 64 62 61 57 52 52 48 47 45 45 45 44 42 42 41 38 37 37 37 35 35 35 33 33 33 32 32 31 31 30 29 28 27 26 26 26 24 24 23 23 23 23 22 22 22

High School/Location Creekview, Canton Lovett, Atlanta Sprayberry Senior, Marietta Cartersville, Cartersville Henry W. Grady, Atlanta Lowndes, Valdosta Marietta, Marietta North Forsyth, Cumming Decatur, Decatur Frederica Academy, Saint Simons North Cobb, Kennesaw Greenbrier, Evans Lee County, Leesburg Northgate, Newnan Sequoyah, Canton Woodstock, Woodstock Campbell, Smyrna Gwinnett School of Math, Sci & Tech, Duluth Habersham Central, Mount Airy Savannah Arts Academy, Savannah Cedar Shoals, Athens Central Gwinnett, Lawrenceville Carrollton, Carrollton Colquitt County, Moultrie Dalton, Dalton Harris County, Hamilton Holy Innocents Episcopal, Atlanta Meadowcreek, Norcross North Paulding, Dallas North Springs, Atlanta Whitewater, Fayetteville Athens Academy, Athens Calhoun, Calhoun Deerfield-Windsor, Albany Morgan County, Madison Richmond Hill, Richmond Hill Dacula, Dacula Flowery Branch, Flowery Branch George Walton Academy, Monroe Cherokee, Canton Fayette County, Fayetteville La Grange, La Grange North Hall, Gainesville Stratford Academy, Macon Valdosta, Valdosta Subtotal, 97 Georgia High Schools Subtotal, 360 Georgia High Schools, 11 or less TOTAL

Students 21 21 21 20 20 20 20 20 19 19 19 18 18 18 18 18 17 17 17 17 16 16 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 14 14 14 14 14 13 13 13 12 12 12 12 12 12 2,930 1,462 4,392


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ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIPS ACADEMIC YEARS 2010-11 AND 2011-12 New Freshmen 2010-11 2011-12

Scholarship Program Bernard Ramsey Honors Charter

Continuing Students 2010-11 2011-12

Total Scholarships 2010-11 2011-12

8

22

27

26

35

48

249

461

627

701

876

1,162

Coca-Cola First Generation

14

11

36

38

50

49

Georgia Incentive

52

53

42

66

94

119

4

7

16

16

20

23

Harris

14

35

62

55

76

90

National Merit/Achievement

34

26

111

110

145

136

53

14

53

14

Goizueta Foundation Scholarship

One UGA One UGA II

33

62

36

64

69

126

2

5

15

7

17

12

Presidential Scholarship

23

72

22

23

94

UGA Foundation Fellowships

15

17

61

49

76

66

448

771

1,086

1,168

1,534

1,939

Other Scholarships*

TOTALS

*Other Scholarships consist of the following: Alumni Association Endowed, Bradley-Turner Leadership Scholars, Henry King Stanford Scholarship, Shaw-White Scholarship, and Woodruff Scholarship. Source: Student Financial Aid

UNDERGRADUATE TRANSFERS FALL TERMS 2003-2012 Fall* Term

Applied

Accepted

% of Applied Accepted

2003

3,352

1,546

46

1,182

35

77

2004

2,269

1,231

54

836

37

68

2005

2,326

1,316

57

843

36

64

2006

2,704

1,487

54

1,046

39

70

2007

2,682

1,533

57

1,135

42

74

2008

2,743

1,589

58

1,135

41

71

2009

2,989

1,749

59

1,355

45

77

2010

3,017

1,821

60

1,196

40

66

2011

2,467

1,472

60

1,121

45

76

2012

2,476

1,556

63

1,148

46

74

Enrolled

% of Applied Enrolled

% of Accepted Enrolled

* Does not include Gwinnett, Tifton or Griffin enrollments Source: Office of Undergraduate Admissions

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GEORGIA COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES FROM WHICH UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS TRANSFERRED TO THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA FALL 2012 College/University

Students

Gainesville State College

Students

170

Southern Polytechnic State University

7

Georgia Perimeter College

99

Coastal Georgia Community College

6

Kennesaw State University

93

East Georgia College

6

Georgia Southern University

76

Armstrong Atlantic State University

5

Georgia State University

64

Gordon College

5

Georgia College & State University

58

Waycross College

5

Georgia Gwinnett College

54

Athens Technical College

4

Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College

41

Berry College

4

Valdosta State University

41

Brenau University

4

Georgia Military College

23

Emmanuel College

4

Darton College

20

South Georgia College

4

State University of West Georgia

19

Georgia Southwestern State University

3

Macon State College

18

Savannah State University

3

Columbus State University

16

Shorter University

3

Middle Georgia College

16

Clayton State University

2

Dalton State College

15

Reinhardt College

2

North Georgia College & State University

15

Clark Atlanta University

1

Young Harris College

14

Emory University

1

Piedmont College

10

LaGrange College

1

Mercer University, Macon

1

Augusta State University

7

Bainbridge College

7

Georgia Highlands College

7

Source: Office of Undergraduate Admissions

16

College/University

Total, 42 Georgia Colleges

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GRADUATE SCHOOL ADMISSIONS FALL TERMS 2003-2012 Fall Terms

Applied

Accepted

% Applied Accepted

Enrolled

% Applied Enrolled

% Accepted Enrolled

2003

7,782

2,885

37

1,748

22

61

2004

7,367

2,821

38

1,699

23

60

2005

7,366

3,075

42

1,817

25

59

2006

7,388

2,972

40

1,817

25

61

2007

7,256

2,892

40

1,804

25

62

2008

8,167

3,230

40

1,860

23

58

2009

8,683

3,301

38

1,963

23

59

2010

8,585

3,309

39

1,860

22

56

2011

8,624

3,283

38

1,693

20

52

2012

9,070

3,265

36

1,661

18

51

AVERAGE ENTRANCE TEST SCORES OF ACCEPTED DEGREE-SEEKING GRADUATE STUDENTS FALL TERMS 2003 - 2012 Fall Terms

GRE Verbal

GRE Quantitative

GRE Analytical †

GRE Writing

GMAT Total

2003

531

635

634

-

607

2004

511

626

621

-

599

2005

520

619

609

4.7

601

2006

523

617

609

4.5

594

2007

530

625

600

4.6

598

2008

528

639

586

4.3

591

2009

530

640

590

4.3

590

2010

528

637

611

4.2

587

2011

534

644

561

4.0

581

2012*

539

657

536

2012**

155

152

n/a

4.0

539

† The GRE Analytical section was replaced with the GRE Writing section in 2004 * For tests taken prior to 8/1/2011 the GRE Verbal and Quantitative scores were reported on a 200-800 point range in 10 point increments. 57% of accepted applicants provided scores based on this scoring range. ** For tests taken on or after 8/1/2011 the GRE Verbal and Quantitative scores were reported on a 130-170 point range in 1 point increments. 43% of accepted students provided scores based on this scoring range. Source: Graduate Admissions 17


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ENROLLMENT BY CLASS FALL TERMS 2003-2012 Class Freshman (FR)*

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

6,102

5,681

5,329

5,658

5,292

5,155

4,974

4,889

5,672

5,168

Sophomore (SO)

5,487

5,317

5,534

5,356

5,601

5,594

5,912

5,565

5,546

6,099

Junior (JR)

6,342

6,401

6,453

6,427

6,388

6,659

6,746

6,860

6,613

6,477

Senior (SR)

7,069

7,238

7,498

7,633

7,714

7,755

8,258

8,409

8,371

8,344

415

382

390

363

340

304

252

224

171

171

25,415

25,019

25,204

25,437

25,335

25,467

26,142

25,947

26,373

26,259

1,541

1,594

1,621

1,604

1,549

1,553

1,607

1,653

1,677

1,654

Unclassified (UC)** Total Undergraduate Professional (PR) Graduate (GR) Total University***

6,922

6,792

6,835

6,918

6,947

7,160

7,136

7,077

6,766

6,606

33,878

33,405

33,660

33,959

33,831

34,180

34,885

34,677

34,816

34,519

* Includes Joint Enrolled and Developmental Studies students. ** Includes Transients, Independent and Distance Learning students and other non-degree undergraduates. *** Fall Semester 2005 total enrollment includes 69 students displaced by Hurricane Katrina.

Figure 4 ENROLLMENT BY CLASS FALL TERMS 2003-2012 40,000 35,000

ENROLLMENT

30,000 25,000 20,000 15,000 10,000 5,000 0

2003

2004

2005

FR

Source: Office of Institutional Research

20

2006

SO

2007

2008

FALL TERMS

JR

SR

GR

2009

PR

2010

UC

2011

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CHARACTERISTICS OF ENROLLED STUDENTS BY CLASS FALL 2012

Total Class

Irreg/ Indep/ Trans Dist Lrng 127 44

Frosh* 5,168

Soph 6,099

Junior 6,477

Senior 8,344

5,149

5,372

4,501

5,279

2

Total Ugrad 26,259

Prof 1,654

Grad 6,606

Grand Total 34,519

43

20,346

212

4,391

24,949

1

5,659

1,290

14

6,963

254

152

2,201

2,607

Matriculation Status New Matriculant Transfer

9

702

1,934

2,900

113

10

25

42

165

12

Full-Time

5,097

5,941

6,182

7,178

98

24,496

1,635

4,968

31,099

Part-Time

71

158

295

1,166

29

44

1,763

19

1,638

3,420

5,141

6,045

6,386

7,908

112

14

25,606

1,648

5,865

33,119

Male

2,068

2,563

2,798

3,746

41

16

11,232

666

2,817

14,715

Female

3,099

3,536

3,678

4,594

84

25

15,016

986

3,759

19,761

1

4

2

3

11

2

30

43

Former UGA Student Registration Status

Full-Time Equivalent Sex

Not Reported

1

Ethnic Origin American Indian

5

5

5

16

31

1

7

39

Asian

530

543

611

691

30

1

2,406

168

489

3,063

Black/African-American

417

500

416

578

3

5

1,919

133

651

2,703

6

32

49

188

1,508

Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Hispanic Multiracial White Not Reported

8

7

4

7

263

292

349

359

26 8

1,271

167

195

154

132

2

650

28

91

769

3,773

4,517

4,760

6,373

71

36

19,530

1,194

4,142

24,866

5

40

178

188

13

2

426

81

1,032

1,539

4,500

5,510

5,911

7,688

22

23

23,654

1,432

3,446

28,532

596

522

459

514

29

21

2,141

164

551

2,856

71

67

105

130

66

439

58

2,596

3,093

2

12

10

25

13

38

Residence Status - Fees In-State Out-of-State Out-of-State Fee Waived Senior Citizen Tuition Waived

1

Age 17 or under

38

9

1

48

18-20

5,097

5,395

2,925

330

33

3

13,783

23

5

13,811

21-24

21

628

3,339

7,237

68

16

11,309

866

1,688

13,863

25-29

5

35

131

461

11

7

650

614

2,358

3,622

30-34

1

16

31

148

3

6

205

107

1,249

1,561

35-39

3

6

21

80

3

113

29

573

715

40-49

1

7

20

55

1

4

88

13

517

618

50-61

1

3

7

20

1

4

36

2

190

228

3

13

10

26

53

20

21

23

26

30

21

25

30

23

62 and older

1

Average Age

19

48

27

* Includes Developmental Studies and Joint Enrolled students. Source: Office of Institutional Research

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ENROLLMENT BY COLLEGE AND SCHOOL ATHENS AND EXTENDED CAMPUSES, FALL TERMS 2008 - 2012 College/School 2008 2009 AGRICULTURAL & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES Undergraduate 1,543 1,730 Graduate 418 452 Total 1,961 2,182 ARTS & SCIENCES Undergraduate 14,167 14,060 Graduate 1,704 1,709 Total 15,871 15,769 BUSINESS Undergraduate 2,344 2,425 Graduate 897 839 Total 3,241 3,264 ECOLOGY Undergraduate 74 93 Graduate 93 81 Total 167 174 EDUCATION Undergraduate 2,328 2,487 Graduate 2,487 2,406 Total 4,815 4,893 ENGINEERING Undergraduate 39 110 Graduate 4 10 Total 43 120 ENVIRONMENT & DESIGN Undergraduate 328 286 Graduate 97 110 Total 425 396 FAMILY & CONSUMER SCIENCES Undergraduate 1,439 1,405 Graduate 141 157 Total 1,580 1,562 FORESTRY & NATURAL RESOURCES Undergraduate 278 340 Graduate 164 171 Total 442 511 JOURNALISM & MASS COMMUNICATION Undergraduate 1,076 1,132 Graduate 95 101 Total 1,171 1,233 LAW Professional 661 691 Graduate 17 15 Total 678 706 PHARMACY Professional 508 520 Graduate 83 64 Total 591 584

22

2010

2011

2012

1,779 449 2,228

1,916 423 2,339

1,670 400 2,070

13,714 1,787 15,501

14,050 1,783 15,833

13,988 1,816 15,804

2,394 788 3,182

2,350 681 3,031

2,404 673 3,077

102 81 183

113 76 189

100 82 182

2,576 2,255 4,831

2,581 1,994 4,575

2,518 1,854 4,372

166 14 180

264 14 278

624 63 687

272 136 408

213 148 361

193 160 353

1,356 154 1,510

1,300 153 1,453

1,299 133 1,432

333 173 506

345 191 536

348 192 540

1,122 113 1,235

1,130 141 1,271

1,148 137 1,285

709 15 724

700 11 711

660 6 666

534 75 609

559 92 651

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CONT'D: ENROLLMENT BY COLLEGE AND SCHOOL, ATHENS AND EXTENDED CAMPUSES, FALL TERMS 2008 - 2012 College/School 2008 PUBLIC HEALTH Undergraduate 314 Graduate 148 Total 462 PUBLIC & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS Undergraduate 1,233 Graduate 259 Total 1,492 SOCIAL WORK Undergraduate 140 Graduate 367 Total 507 VETERINARY MEDICINE Professional 384 Graduate 147 Total 531 BIOMEDICAL & HEALTH SCIENCES INSTITUTE Graduate 11 Total 11 INDEPENDENT & DISTANCE LEARNING Undergraduate 164 Total 164 TOTAL UNIVERSITY ENROLLMENT Undergraduate 25,467 Professional 1,553 Graduate 7,160 Total 34,180

2009

2010

2011

2012

467 174 641

566 236 802

585 254 839

530 230 760

1,346 276 1,622

1,307 297 1,604

1,320 281 1,601

1,251 269 1,520

155 368 523

167 339 506

155 339 494

142 320 462

396 147 543

410 151 561

418 162 580

421 152 573

18 18

14 14

23 23

27 27

106 106

93 93

51 51

44 44

26,142 1,607 7,136 34,885

25,947 1,653 7,077 34,677

26,373 1,677 6,766 34,816

26,259 1,654 6,606 34,519

ENROLLMENT BY COLLEGE AND SCHOOL UGA EXTENDED CAMPUSES, FALL TERMS 2008 - 2012 UGA GRIFFIN CAMPUS

College/School 2008 2009 AGRICULTURAL & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES Undergraduate 24 24 Graduate 1 6 Total 25 30 ARTS & SCIENCES Undergraduate 6 12 Total 6 12 BUSINESS Undergraduate 9 19 Total 9 19 EDUCATION Undergraduate 1 7 Graduate 45 41 Total 46 48 FAMILY & CONSUMER SCIENCES Undergraduate 20 22 Total 20 22

2010

2011

2012

14 4 18

13 7 20

17 4 21

5 5

7 7

7 7

20 20

10 10

8 8

10 45 55

6 25 31

15 48 63

14 14

14 14

14 14

23


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CONT'D: ENROLLMENT BY COLLEGE AND SCHOOL, UGA EXTENDED CAMPUSES FALL TERMS 2008 - 2012 UGA GWINNETT CAMPUS

College/School 2008 2009 AGRICULTURAL & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES Graduate 9 7 Total 9 7 ARTS & SCIENCES Undergraduate 1 1 Total 1 1 BUSINESS Undergraduate 1 2 Graduate 210 166 Total 211 168 EDUCATION Undergraduate 1 1 Graduate 155 151 Total 156 152 PHARMACY Graduate 19 14 Total 19 14 PUBLIC & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS Graduate 15 16 Total 15 16 SOCIAL WORK Graduate 102 90 Total 102 90

UGA TIFTON CAMPUS

2008 2009 College/School AGRICULTURAL & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES Undergraduate 39 38 Graduate 9 15 Total 48 53

2010

2011

2012

11 11

11 11

7 7

135 135

1 79 80

78 78

160 160

249 249

263 263

15 15

28 28

22 22

22 22

27 27

22 22

103 103

93 93

82 82

2010

2011

2012

37 11 48

42 9 51

30 11 41

TERRY EXECUTIVE EDUCATION CENTER IN ATLANTA

2008 College/School BUSINESS Graduate 171 Total 171 INSTITUTE OF HIGHER EDUCATION Graduate Total

Source: Office of Institutional Research

24

2009

2010

2011

2012

321 321

311 311

248 248

244 244

22 22

18 18

20 20


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ENROLLED FOREIGN STUDENTS BY COUNTRY OF ORIGIN AND UGA STUDENT LEVEL FALL 2012 Country

Grad/ Ugrad Prof Total Country

Grad/ Ugrad Prof Total Country

Grad/ Prof

Total

Afganistan

1

1 France

13

4

Albania

1

1 Gambia

3

1

Argentina

4

1

1 Nigeria

26

16

14

22

36 Norway

3

1

4

13

15

28 Pakistan

16

5

21

Armenia Australia Austria

10 6

Azerbaijan

4

8 Georgia

1

1 Germany

2

12 Ghana

2

17 Nicaragua

Ugrad

4 Niger

2 Peru

7 Greece

13

6

19

1

1 Philippines

6

11

17

3 Guatemala

3

3 Poland

1

3

4

2

2 Portugal

2

6

8

1

3

12

Barbados

1

1 Haiti

3

1

4 Romania

Belarus

1

1 Honduras

4

1

5 Russia

Belgium

2

Brazil

15 Guyana

2 Hong Kong

1 204

1 India

1

1 Indonesia

2

5

1 Iran

4

28

1 Iraq

2

1 16

36

Bulgaria

5

5

Burkina

1

1 Italy

Cambodia

1

1 Jamaica

Cameroon

9 63

1 1

Botswana

5

6

11

3

4

7

4

4

1

2

26 Sri Lanka

29

8

37 St. Lucia

Chile

2

9

11 Korea, North

6

165

434

599 Korea, South

247

25

14

Colombia

21

6

39 Kuwait

7

17

7 Spain

7 Suriname 24 Sweden 6 Switzerland

162

1

4

14

3 Kenya

1

2

1

2

2

3

12

1

8

1

3 South Africa

Chad

7

2

2

2 Somalia

7

1

2 Slovakia 2

12 Japan

21

1

1

92 Jordan

8

9

1

1

4

4

7 Sierra Leone

1

33

4 12

32 Singapore

10 Israel

8

China

10 Saudi Arabia 267 Serbia

52 Ireland

59

Canada

42

1 Grenada

2

Bosnia & Herzegovina

1

1

Bangladesh

Bolivia

1

1

1

Bahamas

Belize

1

409 Taiwan

1

1 Tanzania

1 Kyrgyzstan

1

1 Thailand

5 Latvia

1

1 17

1

1

5

5

3

3

19

51

70

1

1

6

9

15

1 Togo

2

2

4

Congo

1

Costa Rica

2

3 3

3 Lebanon

4

5 Trinidad & Tobago

2

4

6

Cuba

1

1

2 Liberia

1

1 Turkey

2

28

30

Cyprus

2

1

3 Lithuania

4

4 Uganda

1

8

9

1

Croatia

1

Czech Republic

2

1

3 Luxembourg

Denmark

1

1

2 Madagascar

Dominican Republic

1

3

3

Ecuador

5

3

8 Mexico

29

10

39 Uzbekistan

Egypt

3

8

11 Moldova

2

2

4 Venezuela

El Salvador

2

2 Monaco

1

Eritrea

1

Estonia

1

Ethiopia

11

4

Finland

5

2

1 Malaysia

2

3 Mozambique 1 Nepal 15 Netherlands 7 New Zealand

1 Ukraine 1

1 5

16

1 United Kingdom

3

5

8

34

11

45

6 Uruguay

2

2

1

2

3

9

5

14

1 Vietnam

20

8

28

1 Zambia

2

2

21 Zimbabwe

1

1

2

2 TOTALS, 121 Countries

2 1,078

4 2

1,355

2,433

Note: Includes both resident and nonresident aliens. Country of origin is country of citizenship at time of application. Source: Office of Institutional Research

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ENROLLMENT BY STATE OF ORIGIN AND UGA STUDENT LEVEL FALL 2012 State

Alabama Alaska Arizona

Undergraduate

Grad/ Prof

70

92

162

7

25

32

New York

Total

State

New Mexico

Grad/ Prof

Total

11

11

69

106

175

278

229

507

4

4

44

87

131

7

21

28

North Carolina

Arkansas

11

20

31

North Dakota

California

67

125

192

Colorado

24

27

51

Oklahoma

7

10

17

Connecticut

23

24

47

Oregon

2

19

21

8

13

21

Pennsylvania

50

87

137

77

26

103

Rhode Island

2

5

7

207

245

452

South Carolina

160

242

402

Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia

Ohio

22,882

4,441

27,323

2

3

5

Hawaii

1

3

4

Tennessee

177

109

286

Idaho

2

7

9

Texas

316

113

429

Illinois

60

69

129

4

27

31

Indiana

15

37

52

Vermont

11

11

4

21

25

Virginia

171

107

278

Kansas

10

11

21

Washington

8

23

31

Kentucky

37

36

73

West Virginia

5

34

39

Louisiana

87

57

144

Wisconsin

8

30

38

2

11

13

Wyoming

1

6

7

116

56

172

Massachusetts

23

36

59

Michigan

19

56

75

Guam

1

1

Minnesota

8

25

33

Puerto Rico

5

11

16

Mississippi

17

34

51

Virgin Islands

4

1

5

Missouri

14

33

Montana

2

6

47 U.S. Assoc., APO & FPO 8

3

Nebraska

4

12

16

Nevada

3

2

5

New Hampshire

7

10

17

51

48

99

Iowa

Maine Maryland

New Jersey

South Dakota

Utah

American Territories

Foreign, Unknown TOTALS

Note: State of origin is the state of residence at the time of application to the University. Source: Office of Institutional Research

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Undergraduate

3

1,078

1,355

2,433

26,259

8,260

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ENROLLED GEORGIA RESIDENTS BY COUNTY OF RESIDENCE AND UGA STUDENT LEVEL FALL 2012 County Appling Atkinson Bacon Baker Baldwin Banks Barrow Bartow Ben Hill Berrien Bibb Bleckley Brantley Brooks Bryan Bulloch Burke Butts Calhoun Camden Candler Carroll Catoosa Charlton Chatham Chattahoochee Chattooga Cherokee Clarke Clay Clayton Clinch Cobb Coffee Colquitt Columbia Cook Coweta Crawford Crisp Dade Dawson Decatur DeKalb Dodge Dooly Dougherty Douglas Early Echols Effingham Elbert Emanuel Evans

Undergrad

Grad/ Prof

11 6 14 1 70 36 180 139 14 14 282 28 8 13 79 103 33 14 9 61 13 143 80 16 405 2 18 608 705 3 167 9 2,564 40 70 453 10 228 5 23 19 31 75 1,145 14 4 93 193 16

1 5 1 2 20 7 49 21 4 3 48 11 4 3 12 31 5 5 2 13 1 24 7 2 73

64 48 24 16

3 66 609 41 4 321 6 13 75 1 33 2 5 6 6 10 325 6 6 24 20

8 7 3

Total

County

12 11 15 3 90 43 229 160 18 17 330 39 12 16 91 134 38 19 11 74 14 167 87 18 478 2 21 674 1,314 3 208 13 2,885 46 83 528 11 261 7 28 25 37 85 1,470 20 10 117 213 16 0 72 55 27 16

Fannin Fayette Floyd Forsyth Franklin Fulton Gilmer Glascock Glynn Gordon Grady Greene Gwinnett Habersham Hall Hancock Haralson Harris Hart Heard Henry Houston Irwin Jackson Jasper Jeff Davis Jefferson Jenkins Johnson Jones Lamar Lanier Laurens Lee Liberty Lincoln Long Lowndes Lumpkin Macon Madison Marion McDuffie McIntosh Meriwether Miller Mitchell Monroe Montgomery Morgan Murray Muscogee Newton Oconee

Source: Office of Institutional Research

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Undergrad

Grad/ Prof

Total

County

30 624 146 815 60 3,345 23 2 171 67 33 35 3,356 72 406 12 21 59 71 20 408 261 15 221 14 10 28 11 5 25 13 2 78 91 45 18 1 154 32 8 115 5 34 8 11 5 40 68 4 73 38 235 150 580

8 80 22 75 15 551 8 1 30 10 5 6 585 39 88 2 2 10 5 3 68 42 2 53 3 3 4 1 1 4 3 1 15 12 3 3 1 37 19 1 30 1 4 2 2 2 1 4 2 15 2 41 30 90

38 704 168 890 75 3,896 31 3 201 77 38 41 3,941 111 494 14 23 69 76 23 476 303 17 274 17 13 32 12 6 29 16 3 93 103 48 21 2 191 51 9 145 6 38 10 13 7 41 72 6 88 40 276 180 670

Oglethorpe Paulding Peach Pickens Pierce Pike Polk Pulaski Putnam Quitman Rabun Randolph Richmond Rockdale Schley Screven Seminole Spalding Stephens Stewart Sumter Talbot Taliaferro Tattnall Taylor Telfair Terrell Thomas Tift Toombs Towns Treutlen Troup Turner Twiggs Union Upson Walker Walton Ware Warren Washington Wayne Webster Wheeler White Whitfield Wilcox Wilkes Wilkinson Worth TOTAL

Undergrad

Grad/ Prof

75 160 29 23 32 47 27 15 38

14 21 5 11 1 10 8 2 8

26 4 184 205 4 16 13 85 44 1 32 6 3 25 4 12 6 69 99 54 13 6 93 7 5 38 38 91 259 38 5 31 23 2 3 50 185 7 28 5 24

5 1 62 41 2 5 1 33 10

22,882

10

2 2 5 16 17 4 2 12 6 5 4 13 54 5 8 2 1 11 12 2 4 2 1

Total 89 181 34 34 33 57 35 17 46 0 31 5 246 246 6 21 14 118 54 1 42 6 3 27 4 14 11 85 116 58 15 6 105 13 5 43 42 104 313 43 5 39 25 2 4 61 197 9 32 7 25

4,441 27,323


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POPULAR DEGREE MAJORS FALL 2012 Enrollment by UGA Student Level Major

Undergraduate

Professional

Total

Biology

2,143

Psychology

1,801

106

1,907

607

75

682

English

2,143

Law

665

6

671

Pharmacy

573

68

641

Finance

613

613

Chemistry

447

160

607

Art

518

82

600

Accounting

426

159

585

Biological Science

582

582

International Affairs

569

569

History

467

59

526

Economics

486

27

513

Political Science

475

20

495

Biochemistry & Molecular Biology

430

62

492

Computer Science

358

121

479

Marketing

449

449

Business Administration

430

Veterinary Medicine

411

430 411

Advertising

411

Early Childhood Education

292

117

409

Communication Studies

367

35

402

Human Development & Family Science

371

17

388

Sociology

316

31

347

Mathematics

295

48

343

Spanish

321

11

332

5

298

303

Social Work

411

Management

298

298

Public Relations

297

297

Animal Science

279

Notes: Includes only those students officially accepted to a major program of study. Students pursuing multiple degrees/majors are counted in each declared major. Source: Office of Institutional Research 30

Graduate

15

294


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RETENTION RATES FOR FIRST-TIME FULL-TIME UNDERGRADUATES ENTERING COHORTS 2002 - 2011 Class and Year

Percentage Still Enrolled or Graduated as of the Following Fall Term 1Yr 2Yrs 3Yrs 4Yrs 5Yrs 6Yrs

UGA Freshmen 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Average

93.3 93.5 93.6 94.2 93.2 93.6 94.5 94.5 94.4 94.0 93.9

87.5 88.3 88.1 89.2 89.0 89.2 90.5 90.8 89.2

85.1 85.5 85.6 87.1 87.2 87.7 88.2 88.2

82.3 82.7 82.7 84.8 83.9 84.4 85.5

81.4 82.2 83.0 84.3 83.8 84.5

82.2 83.0 83.3 84.6 84.3

89.1

86.8

83.8

83.2

83.5

Transfer Sophomores 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Average

88.2 89.5 88.6 87.7 88.5 86.9 92.2 91.5 89.7 91.0 89.4

81.4 86.0 84.3 84.9 81.0 83.4 86.5 88.7 84.7

78.2 84.2 80.8 84.3 79.2 81.5 81.6 83.1

78.0 81.1 82.6 83.6 79.2 82.4 83.2

78.8 83.2 82.2 83.6 80.0 82.7

79.0 84.0 82.9 84.6 80.3

84.5

81.6

81.4

81.8

82.2

Transfer Juniors 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Average

88.8 87.8 90.2 87.2 89.6 91.2 90.3 91.8 93.7 90.1 90.1

81.0 83.2 81.4 78.4 84.1 86.0 87.0 86.9 89.8

80.5 82.5 84.0 81.4 84.5 84.8 85.6 84.8

80.8 83.3 83.8 80.3 85.1 85.2 86.5

81.6 84.0 84.2 80.7 85.3 85.4

82.0 83.7 84.2 80.7 85.5

84.2

83.5

83.6

83.5

83.2

Notes: Retention rate is the percentage of students in a given cohort who are enrolled the following fall term; who have graduated between matriculation and that fall term; or who have matriculated into a professional program. UGA Freshman cohorts include both summer and fall matriculants. Sophomore and Junior Transfer cohorts include fall matriculants only. Source: Office of Institutional Research 31


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Degrees Conferred

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DEGREES CONFERRED BY SCHOOL OR COLLEGE AND DEGREE LEVEL FISCAL YEAR 2011-12 School or College Agricultural & Environmental Sciences Arts & Sciences Business Ecology Education Engineering Environment & Design Family & Consumer Sciences Forestry & Natural Resources Journalism & Mass Communication Law Pharmacy Public Health Public & International Affairs Social Work Veterinary Medicine Biomedical & Health Sciences Institute

Bachelor's

Master's*

465 2,585 1,365 28 615 14 65 475 81 585

91 242 355 9 551 7 44 41 41 40 10 5 94 87 149 12

126 398 59

Total

6,861

Degree Level Professional

1,778

Doctoral

Total

31 154 18 6 157

587 2,981 1,738 43 1,323 21 109 534 134 629 239 131 227 498 212 134 2

18 12 4 229 122

4 7 13 4 23 2

99 450

453

Figure 7 DEGREES CONFERRED BY LEVEL FISCAL YEAR 2011-12 DOCTORAL 4.8% MASTER'S* 18.6%

BACHELOR'S 71.9%

* Includes Specialist degrees Source: Office of Institutional Research

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PROFESSIONAL 4.7%

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DEGREES CONFERRED BY DEGREE LEVEL FISCAL YEARS 2007-08 THROUGH 2011-12

2007-08

2008-09

Fiscal Year 2009-10

2010-11

2011-12

Bachelor's

6,414

6,316

6,490

6,845

6,861

Master's*

1,674

1,781

1,697

1,868

1,778

Professional

441

438

437

446

450

Doctoral

391

459

417

443

453

8,920

8,994

9,041

9,602

9,542

Degree Level

TOTAL

Figure 8 DEGREES CONFERRED BY LEVEL FISCAL YEARS 2007-08 THROUGH 2011-12

2011-12

FISCAL YEAR

2010-11

2009-10

2008-09

2007-08

0

1,000

2,000

3,000

4,000

5,000

6,000

7,000

8,000

9,000 10,000

DEGREES CONFERRED BACHELOR'S

MASTER'S*

PROFESSIONAL

DOCTORAL

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SUMMARY OF DEGREES CONFERRED BY PROGRAM CLASSIFICATION FISCAL YEAR 2011-12 Degree Level Program or Field of Study* Agriculture, Ag Operations, & Related Sciences Architecture & Related Services Area, Ethnic, Cultural, Gender & Group Studies Biological & Biomedical Sciences Business, Management, Marketing & Related Support Services Communication, Journalism, & Related Programs Communications Technologies & Support Services Computer & Information Sciences & Support Services Education Engineering English Language & Literatures/Letters Family & Consumer Sciences/Human Sciences Foreign Languages, Literatures, & Linguistics Health Professions & Related Programs History Legal Professions & Studies Liberal Arts & Sciences, General Studies & Humanities Mathematics & Statistics Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies Natural Resources & Conservation Parks, Recreation, Leisure & Fitness Studies Philosophy & Religious Studies Physical Sciences Psychology Public Administration & Social Service Professions Security & Protective Services Social Sciences Visual & Performing Arts Total

Bachelor's Degrees

Master's Degrees**

Prof Degrees

Doctoral Degrees

246 65 11 590

76 28

17

20

65

339 93 11 675

1436

382

18

1,836

657

41

6

704

27 42 400 52 206 312 230 254 172

5 47 157 84 208 62 82 459 59 44 672 282 6,861

27 24 436 17 9 34 36 131 4 10

221

7 132 4 15 18 14 32 4

229

29 21 45 56 11 18 43

7 12 10 23 20

204

9

39 64 1,778

21 19 453

450

* Program/Field classifications and degree levels defined by the National Center for Educational Statistics (NCES) in the Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) 2010. ** Includes Specialist degrees (Ed.S.). Source: Office of Institutional Research

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Total Degrees

73 968 73 230 364 280 638 180 239 5 83 178 141 274 73 123 522 272 44 732 365 9,542


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DEGREE PROGRAMS AND MAJORS - ATHENS CAMPUS COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURAL & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES

Bachelor of Science in Agriculture (B.S.A.)

Agribusiness Agricultural Communications Agricultural & Applied Economics Agricultural Education Agriscience & Environmental Systems Bachelor of Science in Environmental Sciences (B.S.E.S.)

Bachelor of Science in Applied Biotechnology (B.S.A.B.) Master of Science (M.S.) Agricultural & Applied Economics Animal Science Crop & Soil Science Dairy Science Entomology Master of Agribusiness (M.A.B.) Master of Agricultural Extension (M.A.Ext.) Master of Agricultural Leadership (M.A.L.) Master of Animal & Dairy Science (M.A.D.S.) Master of Food Technology (M.F.T.) Master of Plant Protection & Pest Management (M.P.P.P.M.) Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Agricultural & Applied Economics Animal & Dairy Science Animal Nutrition Crop & Soil Science

COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES

Bachelor of Arts (A.B.)

African-American Studies Anthropology Arabic Art History Chinese Language & Literature Classical Culture Cognitive Science Communication Studies Comparative Literature Criminal Justice Dance Economics English Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A.) Art Art Education Bachelor of Music (B.Mus.) Music Composition Music Education Bachelor of Science (B.S.) Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Biology Cellular Biology Chemistry Computer Science Entomology Bachelor of Science in Chemistry (B.S.Chem.) Master of Applied Mathematical Sciences (M.A.M.S.) Master of Arts (M.A.) Anthropology Art History Classical Languages Communication Studies Comparative Literature English French

Animal Health Animal Science Avian Biology Biological Science Dairy Science Food Industry Marketing & Admin Entomology Environmental Economics & Mgt

Food Science Honors Interdisciplinary Studies Horticulture Poultry Science Turfgrass Management

Environmental Economics Food Science Horticulture Plant Breeding, Genetics & Genomics

Plant Pathology Poultry Science Toxicology

Environmental Chemistry Water & Soil Resources

Entomology Plant Pathology Food Science Poultry Science Horticulture Toxicology Plant Breeding, Genetics & Genomics Film Studies French Geography Geology German Germanic & Slavic Languages Greek History Honors Interdisciplinary Studies Interdisciplinary Studies Italian Japanese Language & Literature Latin Dance

Latin American & Caribbean Studies Linguistics Music Philosophy Religion Romance Languages Russian Sociology Spanish Studio Art Theatre Women's Studies Interdisciplinary Studies

Music Performance Music Theory Genetics Geography Geology Honors Interdisciplinary Studies Interdisciplinary Studies Mathematics

Music Therapy Microbiology Physics Physics & Astronomy Plant Biology Psychology Statistics

Computer Science Geography German History Latin Linguistics Mathematics

Mathematics Music Philosophy Religion Romance Languages Sociology Spanish

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DEGREE PROGRAMS AND MAJORS - ATHENS CAMPUS COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES, CONT'D.

Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) Art Master of Fine Arts (M.F.A.) Master of Music (M.M.) Master of Science (M.S.) Archaeology Resource Mgmt Artificial Intelligence Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Bioinformatics Cellular Biology Chemistry Doctor of Musical Arts (D.M.A.) Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Anthropology Art Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Bioinformatics Cellular Biology Chemistry Communication Studies Comparative Literature Computer Science English

Romance Languages Theatre Computer Science Genetics Geography Geology Marine Sciences

Microbiology Physics Plant Biology Psychology Statistics

Music Genetics Geography Geology History Integrative Conserv/Anthropology Integrative Conserv/Geography Life-Span Developmental Psych Linguistics Marine Sciences Mathematics

Microbiology Music Philosophy Physics Plant Biology Psychology Romance Languages Sociology Statistics Theatre

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.)

Accounting Economics Finance General Business

Master of Accountancy (M.Acc.) Master of Arts (M.A.) Business Administration Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) Master of Internet Technology (M.I.T.) Master of Marketing Research (M.M.R.) Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Business Administration

International Business Management Management Information Systems Accounting Economics

Marketing Real Estate Risk Management & Insurance

Economics

SCHOOL OF ECOLOGY Bachelor of Science (B.S.) Master of Science (M.S.) Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

Bachelor of Science in Education (B.S.Ed.)

Ecology Conservation Ecology & Sustainable Development Ecology Toxicology Ecology Integrative Conserv/Ecology

Athletic Training Communication Sciences & Disorders Early Childhood Education English Education Master of Art Education (M.A.Ed.) Master of Arts (M.A.) Communication Sciences & Disorders Master of Arts in Teaching Early Childhood Education (M.A.T.) English Education Mathematics Education Middle School Education

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Toxicology

Exercise & Sport Science Health & Physical Education Mathematics Education Middle School Recreation & Leisure Studies

Science Education Social Studies Education Special Education World Language Education

Education Educational Psychology Science Education Social Studies Education Special Education

Recreation & Leisure Studies Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) Workforce Education World Language Education


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DEGREE PROGRAMS AND MAJORS - ATHENS CAMPUS COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, CONT'D.

Master of Education (M.Ed.)

Adult Education College Student Affairs Admin Communication Sci & Disorders Early Childhood Education Educational Admin & Policy

Educational Psychology English Education Master of Music Education (M.M.Ed.) Master of Science (M.S.) Kinesiology Specialist in Education (Ed.S.) Adult Education Art Education Communication Sci & Disorders Early Childhood Education Educational Admin & Policy Doctor of Education (Ed.D)

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)

Educational Psychology Adult Education Art Education Educational Leadership Adult Education Communication Sci & Disorders Counseling & Student Pers Svcs Counseling Psychology Early Childhood Education Educational Admin & Policy Educational Psychology

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

Higher Education Human Resource & Organizational Development Learning, Design & Technology Mathematics Education Middle School Education Professional Counseling

Reading Education Recreation & Leisure Studies Science Education Social Studies Education Special Education TESOL and World Language Ed Workforce Education

English Education Language & Literacy Education Learning, Design & Technology Mathematics Education Middle School Education Music Education Educational Psychology Music Education

Professional School Counseling School Psychology Science Education Social Studies Education Special Education Workforce Education Science Education Workforce Education

Elementary Education Higher Education Kinesiology Language & Literacy Education Learning, Design & Technology Mathematics Education Middle School Education

Recreation & Leisure Studies School Psychology Science Education Social Foundations of Education Social Studies Education Special Education Workforce Education

Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Engineering (B.S.A.E.) Bachelor of Science in Biochemical Engineering (B.S.Bch.E.) Bachelor of Science in Biological Engineering (B.S.B.E.) Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (B.S.C.E.) Bachelor of Science in Computer Systems Engineering (B.S.C.S.E.) Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering (B.S.Env.E.) Master of Science (M.S.) Agricultural Engineering Biological Engineering Environmental Engineering Biochemical Engineering Engineering Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Engineering Biological & Agricultural Engineering

COLLEGE OF ENVIRONMENT & DESIGN Bachelor of Landscape Architecture (B.L.A.) Master of Environmental Planning & Design (M.E.P.D.) Master of Historic Preservation (M.H.P.) Master of Landscape Architecture (M.L.A.)

COLLEGE OF FAMILY & CONSUMER SCIENCES

Bachelor of Science in Family & Consumer Sciences (B.S.F.C.S.)

Early Childhood Education: Pre-K to 2nd Grade Consumer Economics Consumer Foods Consumer Journalism Master of Family & Consumer Sciences (M.F.C.S.) Master of Science (M.S.) Foods & Nutrition Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)

Housing & Consumer Economics Foods & Nutrition Housing & Consumer Economics

Dietetics Family & Consumer Sciences Education Family Financial Planning Fashion Merchandising Foods & Nutrition Human Development & Family Sci Textiles, Merchandising & Interiors Human Development & Family Sci

Furnishings & Interiors Honors Interdisciplinary Studies Housing Human Development & Family Sci Nutrition Science Home Economics Toxicology Toxicology

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DEGREE PROGRAMS AND MAJORS - ATHENS CAMPUS SCHOOL OF FORESTRY & NATURAL RESOURCES

Bachelor of Science in Forest Fisheries & Wildlife Forestry Resources (B.S.F.R.) Master of Forest Resources (M.F.R.) Master of Natural Resources (M.N.R.) Master of Science (M.S.) Forest Resources Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Forest Resources

Natural Resources Recreation & Tourism

Water & Soil Resources

Toxicology Integ Cons/Forestry & Nat Res

Toxicology

Honors Interdisciplinary Studies Journalism

Mass Media Arts Public Relations

COLLEGE OF JOURNALISM & MASS COMMUNICATION

Bachelor of Arts in Journalism (A.B.J.)

Advertising Digital & Broadcast Journalism

Master of Arts (M.A.) Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)

Journalism & Mass Communication Mass Communication

SCHOOL OF LAW Juris Doctor (J.D.) Master of Laws (L.L.M.)

Law Law

COLLEGE OF PHARMACY Bachelor of Science (B.S.) Master of Science (M.S.)

Pharmaceutical Sciences Pharmacy

Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Pharmacy

Toxicology Toxicology

COLLEGE OF PUBLIC HEALTH Bachelor of Science in Environmental Health (B.S.E.H.) Bachelor of Science in Health Promotion (B.S.H.P.) Master of Public Health (M.P.H.) Master of Science (M.S.) Environmental Health Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Epidemiology Doctor of Public Health (Dr.P.H.)

Toxicology Health Promotion & Behavior

Toxicology

SCHOOL OF PUBLIC & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS

International Affairs Bachelor of Arts (A.B.) Political Science Political Science & International Affairs Master of Arts (M.A.) Master of International Policy (M.I.P.) Master of Public Administration (M.P.A.) Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Political Science & Public Administration International Affairs

SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK

Bachelor of Social Work (B.S.W.) Master of Arts (M.A.) Nonprofit Organizations Master of Social Work (M.S.W.) Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)

Social Work

COLLEGE OF VETERINARY MEDICINE Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (D.V.M.) Master of Avian Health & Medicine (M.A.H.M.) Master of Avian Medicine (M.A.M.) Master of Food Animal Medicine (M.F.A.M.) Master of Science (M.S.) Toxicology Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Infectious Diseases Integrative Physiology & Pharmacology

BIOMEDICAL & HEALTH SCIENCES INSTITUTE Master of Biomanufacturing & Bioprocessing (M.B.B.) Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Neuroscience

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Veterinary & Biomedical Sciences Veterinary Pathology Veterinary Pathology Toxicology Veterinary & Biomedical Sciences


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DEGREE PROGRAMS AND MAJORS - EXTENDED CAMPUSES TERRY EXECUTIVE EDUCATION CENTER in ATLANTA COLLEGE OF BUSINESS

Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) - Executive & Fast Track Professional

INSTITUTE OF HIGHER EDUCATION

Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) - Executive

UGA GRIFFIN CAMPUS

COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURAL & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES Bachelor of Science in Agriculture (B.S.A.) Bachelor of Science in Environmental Sciences (B.S.E.S.) Master of Agricultural Leadership (M.A.L.)

COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES

Agribusiness Biological Science Environmental Resource Science

Food Industry Marketing & Admin

Microbiology

Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS

General Business

Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.)

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

Bachelor of Science in Education (B.S.Ed.) Master of Education (M.Ed.) Specialist in Education (Ed.S.) Doctor of Education (Ed.D.)

Special Education Mathematics Education Mathematics Education Workforce Education

COLLEGE OF FAMILY & CONSUMER SCIENCES

Bachelor of Science in Family & Consumer Sciences (B.S.F.C.S.)

Consumer Economics

UGA GWINNETT CAMPUS COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURAL & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES

Master of Agricultural Leadership (M.A.L.) Master of Food Technology (M.F.T.)

COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES

Doctor of Musical Arts (D.M.A.) Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)

Music Psychology

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS

Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) Master of Internet Technology (M.I.T.)

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

Master of Arts (M.A.) Education Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) Master of Education (M.Ed.) Adult Education Educational Admin & Policy Master of Science (M.S.) Kinesiology Specialist in Education (Ed.S.) Adult Education Early Childhood Education Adult Education Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) Adult Education Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)

Science Education Human Resource & Org Devel

Science Education

Educational Admin & Policy

Professional School Counseling

Educational Leadership Counseling & Student Pers Svcs

Educational Psychology

COLLEGE OF ENVIRONMENT & DESIGN

Master of Environmental Planning & Design (M.E.P.D.)

COLLEGE OF PHARMACY

Master of Science (M.S.)

Pharmacy

SCHOOL OF PUBLIC & INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS

Master of Public Administration (M.P.A.)

SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK

Master of Social Work (M.S.W.)

UGA TIFTON CAMPUS COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURAL & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

Bachelor of Sci in Agric (B.S.A.) Agribusiness Master of Agricultural Leadership (M.A.L.) Master of Plant Protection & Pest Management (M.P.P.P.M.)

Agricultural Education

Agriscience & Environmental Sys

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COMPLETION RATES FOR FIRST-TIME FULL-TIME UNDERGRADUATES ENTERING COHORTS 2002 - 2011 Class and Year

Cumulative Percentage Graduated Since Matriculation 1Yr 2Yrs 3Yrs 4Yrs 5Yrs

6Yrs

UGA Freshmen 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

0.9 0.7 0.7 0.7 0.7 0.8 0.8 0.6 0.6

3.1 2.9 2.7 2.6 3.0 3.0 3.3 2.5

52.3 51.2 53.6 55.3 55.2 57.8 60.7

76.6 76.8 78.0 79.4 79.4 80.6

80.1 80.8 81.6 83.3 82.5

Average

0.7

2.9

55.2

78.5

81.7

7.4 6.2 15.7 12.9 10.8 13.6 9.2 9.4 8.2

47.9 51.3 57.7 64.8 56.4 57.8 58.5 56.2

71.9 75.4 77.9 78.6 74.4 78.9 78.3

77.2 81.3 81.5 82.4 78.2 81.0

78.4 83.0 82.9 84.0 79.7

0.3

10.4

56.3

76.5

80.3

81.6

0.7 0.5 0.8 0.4 0.6

38.7 40.7 39.1 41.2 44.2 39.0 42.0 41.1 42.5

72.4 74.1 73.8 69.7 76.2 73.7 77.7 76.2

79.2 81.6 81.4 78.0 82.9 83.1 84.5

80.3 83.2 83.0 79.9 84.7 84.8

81.6 83.3 83.6 80.3 85.3

40.9

74.2

81.5

82.7

82.8

Transfer Sophomores 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Average Transfer Juniors 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Average

0.5 1.1 0.3 0.3 0.2 0.2 0.2

0.4 0.3 0.8 0.4 0.5

Note: UGA Freshmen cohorts include both summer and fall matriculants. Sophomore and Junior Transfer cohorts include fall matriculants only. Completion rates include bachelor degree recipients and students matriculating into professional programs. 42

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Figure 9 AVERAGE COMPLETION RATES FOR FIRST-TIME FULL-TIME UNDERGRADUATES ENTERING COHORTS 2002 - 2011 TRANSFER JUNIORS TRANSFER UGA FRESHMEN SOPHOMORES

90

TRANSFER JUNIORS

80

TRANSFER SOPHOMORES

70

PERCENT GRADUATED

60

UGA FRESHMEN

50

40

30

20

10

0

1

2

3

4

5

6

LAPSED TIME IN YEARS Data from page 42

Source: Office of Institutional Research 43


Degrees Conferred

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TOTAL UNIVERSITY STUDENT CREDIT HOURS FISCAL YEAR 2011-12 Credit Hour Source Regular Enrollment

Lower Division

Upper Division

Professional Division

400,356

335,110

61,740

Terry Exec. Ed. Center in Atlanta UGA Griffin Campus

101

1,391

UGA Gwinnett Campus UGA Tifton Campus

3

In-Service Education

1,086

81,702

82,139

961,047

6,157

331

6,488

1,108

650

3,250

6,267

2,175

8,442

606

352

2,047

128

1,551

5,730

2,554

Studies Abroad

1,087

10,137

271

485

106

12,086

407,405

351,829

62,206

96,602

85,753

1,003,795

62,206

96,602

85,753

1,004,973

Military

533

645

TOTAL

407,938

352,474

277

2,151 8,284

1,178

Figure 10 TOTAL UNIVERSITY STUDENT CREDIT HOURS FISCAL YEARS 2007 - 08 THROUGH 2011 - 12 1,020,000

1,000,000

980,000

960,000

940,000

920,000

900,000

2007-08

Source: Office of Institutional Research

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Total

Independent Study Subtotal

195

Graduate Division Master's Doctoral

2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

2011-12


11.45

33.53

28.24

Senior

A-

32.70

A

Grand Total

33.78

Grand Total

12.94

9.44

12.02

13.61

12.96

12.87

14.47

14.15

12.94

9.86

9.51

4.28

11.24

10.21

6.48

9.29

10.81

10.37

10.91

B+

10.04

5.05

12.16

10.69

6.87

10.18

11.37

10.75

10.55

B+

12.64

4.25

13.74

13.93

10.49

12.07

14.20

14.09

17.05

B

13.10

4.95

14.93

14.30

7.89

13.23

13.92

14.23

16.06

B

5.28

0.93

5.62

5.98

5.86

5.29

5.92

5.99

7.42

B-

5.48

1.31

7.25

6.02

3.05

5.33

5.93

6.08

6.89

B4.69

4.21

0.70

3.67

4.84

3.31

4.94

4.97

4.73

1.16

0.10

1.18

1.34

1.27

1.16

1.48

1.41

1.33

C-

3.14

0.32

3.42

3.58

3.40

3.25

3.46

3.52

4.02

0.39

3.10

4.71

5.86

4.63

4.55

4.40

5.54

C

1.12

0.09

1.02

1.31

1.23

1.03

1.32

1.33

1.80

C-

Percent of Grades

4.51

C+

3.32

0.46

3.78

3.76

2.04

3.45

3.70

3.92

C

Percent of Grades

4.05

C+

1.57

0.11

0.39

1.93

0.62

1.66

1.86

1.98

2.50

D

1.64

0.11

0.72

1.98

2.04

1.65

2.10

2.14

2.09

D

1.22

0.17

0.09

1.50

1.23

1.63

1.66

1.25

1.32

F

1.12

0.19

0.11

1.37

0.51

1.58

1.58

1.25

1.03

F

0.28

0.13

0.09

0.33

0.62

0.42

0.34

0.18

0.29

WF

0.26

0.11

0.06

0.30

0.25

0.44

0.25

0.25

0.24

WF

9.68

35.54

20.26

4.37

15.43

7.97

2.75

2.44

2.26

S

8.80

33.72

13.86

4.16

17.30

6.29

3.32

3.02

3.43

S

0.07

0.18

0.05

0.06

0.62

0.07

0.05

0.05

0.04

U

0.07

0.18

0.06

0.05

0.25

0.04

0.05

0.03

0.07

U

0.60

1.49

0.39

0.47

2.47

0.60

0.47

0.36

0.29

I

0.64

1.63

0.59

0.48

5.09

0.69

0.57

0.25

0.30

I

4.00

1.45

0.18

4.80

3.70

3.62

4.91

5.71

5.74

WP

4.45

1.47

0.18

5.34

7.63

4.42

5.46

6.64

5.13

WP

0.01

0.02

0.00

0.01

0.00

0.02

0.02

0.01

0.01

WU

0.01

0.00

0.01

0.01

0.00

0.02

0.00

0.02

0.00

WU

0.14

0.94

0.02

0.02

3.09

0.03

0.01

0.00

0.01

Other

0.13

0.77

0.16

0.02

2.80

0.04

0.01

0.00

0.00

Other

Source: Office of Institutional Research

Does not include Study Abroad, In-service or extended campuses. Totals may not equal 100% due to rounding. Professional includes Law, Pharmacy and Veterinary Medicine. Key: WF = Withdrew Failing; S = Satisfactory; U = Unsatisfactory; I = Incomplete; WP = Withdrew Passing; WU = Withdrew Unsatisfactory; Other = Audits, Not Reported grades +/- Grading System implemented effective Summer Semester 2006.

40.27

Graduate

Unclassified

28.38

25.93

Senior

33.21

35.55

Junior

Professional

33.18

Sophomore

Total Undergraduate

27.37

34.18

Freshman

Undergraduate

SPRING 2012

12.87

39.40

Graduate

11.51

29.77

Professional

13.49

31.84

14.31

Total Undergraduate

Unclassified

13.01

30.98

Junior

13.37

30.83

31.91

Sophomore

13.31

A-

Freshman

Undergraduate

FALL 2011

A

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HONORS PROGRAM ENROLLMENT AND SECTIONS FISCAL YEAR 2011-12 School/Students/Sections

Summer

Arts & Sciences Students Sections Average Students Per Section Business Students Sections Average Students Per Section Education and Family & Consumer Sciences Students Sections Average Students Per Section Journalism & Mass Communication Students Sections Average Students Per Section Public and International Affairs Students Sections Average Students Per Section Agricultural & Environmental Sciences, Ecology, Public Health and Veterinary Medicine Students Sections Average Students Per Section Total Students Sections Average Students Per Section

Spring

Total

1,497 126 11.9

1,261 114 11.1

2,796 255 11.0

363 31 11.7

345 29 11.9

708 60 11.8

35 3 11.7

34 2 17.0

69 5 13.8

55 3 18.3

48 3 16.0

103 6 17.2

144 7 20.6

145 8 18.1

289 15 19.3

8 2 4.0

53 13 4.1

35 6 5.8

96 21 4.6

46 17 2.7

2,147 183 11.7

1,868 162 11.5

4,061 362 11.2

38 15 2.5

Fall

Note: Does not include enrollment in directed study honors courses. Source: Office of Institutional Research

HONORS PROGRAM AWARDS FISCAL YEARS 2003-04 THROUGH 2011-12 Year 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 Source: Honors Program 48

Graduates With Honors 262 354 380 413 283 299 284 320 296

Graduates With High Honors 75 77 54 71 56 42 47 45 66

Graduates with Highest Honors 64 73 84 114 70 68 64 41 53


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GRADUATE ASSISTANTSHIPS FALL 2012 Type Graduate Assistants Graduate Laboratory Assistants Graduate Research Assistants Graduate Teaching Assistants Total

Number of Assistantships 1,386 279 1,303 667 3,635

Number of Assistants 1,327 279 1,265 666 3,537

Source: UGA Budget System

GRADUATE FELLOWSHIPS AND ASSISTANTSHIPS AWARDED THROUGH THE GRADUATE SCHOOL FALL 2012 Number of Assistants 24 271 25 41 361

Type National Science Foundation (NSF) Fellows Graduate School Assistants Dissertation Completion Awards Presidential Graduate Fellows Total Source: Dean of the Graduate School

NATIONAL ACADEMIC AWARDS AWARDED TO UGA STUDENTS Award/Scholarship Rhodes Scholarship

R. P. Brooks H. L. J. Williams E. W. Moise George S. Whitehead F. W. Harrold E. Way Highsmith H. M. Cleckley Allen Post

1904 1908 1911 1916 1919 1922 1924 1927

Gates Cambridge Scholarship

Semil P. Choksi William Hollingsworth

2001 2002

Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship

Thomas A. Bryan Robert M. Sutherland Katherine M. Kurkjian Adrian J. Daigle Jennifer A. Harrelson Laura L. Feldman Jessica L. Metcalf William B. Schomaker Dhea M. Tolla Melissa Bugbee Rachel J. Wisniewski Beth N. Orcutt Paul P. Pollack Steven C. Smith Lakshmi Swamy

1995 1995 1996 1997 1997 1998 1998 1998 1998 1999 1999 2001 2001 2001 2001

Thomas J. Hamilton, Jr. Milton P. Jarnigan III E. T. Booth, Jr. Benson E. L. (Lane) Timmons Morris B. Abram Robert Edge Fred F. Manget Robert M. Sutherland

1928 1931 1934 1938 1939 1960 1973 1996

Scott A. Hershovitz Beth Shapiro Adam S. Cureton Deep Shah Kate Vyborny Tracy Yang Juliet Elizabeth Allan

1998 1999 2003 2008 2008 2011 2013

Yi S. Lee Amanda Casto

2002 2004

Muktha Natrajan

2011

Jennifer Gibson Kathryn Smith Jennifer Srygley John Woodruff Amanda M. Casto Laura E. Downs Rebekah Rogers Amy Sexauer James C. Tarr Melissa A. Cabinian Caelin A. Cubenas Phillip B. Ham III Douglas M. Jackson Yunjiang Jiang Teerawit Supakorndej

2002 2002 2002 2002 2003 2003 2004 2004 2004 2005 2005 2006 2006 2006 2006

Jessica M. Bryant Nithya M. Natrajan Vanessa del Valle Muktha Natrajan Christine Akoh Meagan Cauble Victoria Akin Michael Burel Amar Mirza Victoria DeLeo Marianne Ligon Theresa Stratmann Buck Trible

2007 2007 2008 2009 2010 2010 2011 2011 2011 2012 2012 2012 2012

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CONT'D: NATIONAL ACADEMIC AWARDS AWARDED TO UGA STUDENTS Award/Scholarship J. Edgar Hoover Scientific Scholarship

Douglas M. Jackson

Marshall Scholarship

Joseph Harris John H. Woodruff

2006

1965 2003

Joseph Wolpin Matthew Crim

2004 2005

Jayanthi Narain Matthew Sellers

2007 2012

Stephen Dorner

2010

Elizabeth Katz

2011

Amanda Wojtalik Bonny I. Ling R. Patrick Lucas Ellen J. Sutherland Virginia L. Barton Matthew Crim

1994 1997 1997 1998 2003 2004

Sarah Sattelmeyer Deep J. Shah Christina Faust Tracy Yang Yasmin Yonis

2004 2007 2008 2010 2010

Ashley Dronenburg Muktha Natrajan Todd Pierson Heather Hatzenbuhler

2009 2010 2011 2012

Malavika Rajeev Theresa Stratmann

2012 2012

2008 2009

Lindel Krige Yasmin Yonis

2010 2011

George J. Mitchell Postgraduate Scholarship

Christina Faust

2009

Harry S. Truman Scholarship

Jonathan Gould Frank Hanna John Hammond David Kleber Meredith Hobbs Chaly Jo Wright

1982 1982 1986 1988 1989 1992

Morris K. Udall Scholarship

Kacie Moreno-Schoen Lisa A. Rivard Christina Faust Mark Milby

2003 2006 2008 2009

Merage American Dream Fellowship

Oluwamuye F. Akinbote Katrin Usifo

2006 2007

Edmond Fomunung Tulsi Patel

National Security Education Program - David Boren Undergraduate Scholarship

Yael Miller Lee Moore Puja Chebrolu Laura Eaton Dan Healy

2007 2008 2009 2009 2009

Daniel Jackson Winn Davis Logan Krusac Rosemary Gay Neenah Williams

Rotary International Ambassadorial Scholarship

Chen Lin Jamie Peper Robin Schaps

2007 2007 2007

Robert Staley Jennifer Bartmess Rebecca Corey

Phi Kappa Phi National Graduate Fellowship

Paul Matthews Nevada Waugh Amanda Wojtalik Stephen J. Tate

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1990 1992 1995 1996

Jennifer A. Harrelson Laura A. Feldman Cynthia E. Lester Tina Rakkhit

2009 2010 2010 2011 2011

Tia Ayele Christian Conroy David Gutiérrez Malena Lopez-Sotelo John Rodriguez

2012 2012 2012 2012 2012

2007 2008 2009

Mimi Ensley

2011

1998 1999 2000 2002

Julie Orlemanski Anjali Shroff

2004 2008


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CONT'D: NATIONAL ACADEMIC AWARDS AWARDED TO UGA STUDENTS Award/Scholarship Fulbright Scholar

Joe N. Caudell, Australia Amanda B. Clinton, Colombia Jane G. Peacock, Spain Diane M. Sanzone, Iceland Kimberly A. Winter, Bolivia Vance Byrd, Germany Robert A. Feldman, Germany Joshua Head, Austria Julia A. March, Brazil Christopher Merz, Germany Joel Tanenbaum, Israel Elizabeth Anderson, Costa Rica Rachel Hildebrandt, Germany Stefanie Schlitz, Iceland Colt Valenti, Italy Leslie Alexander, Japan Pegues H. Joost, Netherlands Jeannette R. Long, Germany Divya Balakrishnan, India Andrew Byrd, Italy Jason Craggs, Norway Jawad Qureshi, Syria Michele Terray, Finland Christopher Anderson, Chile Michael Gumert, Indonesia Kathryn Stepp, Germany Carrie Strickland, Norway Jeffrey Thompson, Argentina Joseph Wolpin, Russia Keith E. Kennetz, Germany Ariana Pitchon, Chile Anastasia D. Wright, Taiwan Christopher Holland, India Kathryn Marsden, France

1998 1998 1998 1998 1998 1999 1999 1999 1999 1999 1999 2000 2000 2000 2000 2001 2001 2001 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2003 2003 2003 2003 2003 2003 2004 2004 2004 2005 2005

Amy Sexauer, Germany Lindsay Stallcup, Costa Rica Andrew Cohen, Panama Bradd J. Haley, Iceland Adam P. Henne, Chile William M. Lynch, Spain Sara T. Pilzer, Korea Tiffany A. Rinne, New Zealand Laura Jean Shaffer, Mozambique Rebecca C. Witter, Mozambique Melanie Brisse, Reunion Island Alejandro Crawford, Portugal Adrienne Kay, Argentina Michael Levengood, Chile Kelly Proctor, China Evan Randall, China Matthew Wooten, Argentina Maria Baetti, Austria Katherine Dunbar, Peru Amber Huff, Madagascar Richard Owens, Vietnam Blake Scott, Panama William Wiegand, South Korea Christine Beitl, Ecuador Samantha Haggard, Argentina Robert Alex Kazer, Jordan Jason Kim, Portugal Kelly Nielsen, Indonesia David Porcaro, Oman Julie Rushmore, Uganda Desiree Seponski, Cambodia Jeremy Akin, Uganda Elisabeth Allen, Indonesia Carlos Burse, Germany

National Science Foundation Fellowship

Michelle Brooks YunJian "John" Jiang Tyler Kelly Jessica Van Parys Seychelle Vos Ashley Ann Babcock Kerin E. Bentley Long Doan Carla Hadden Holly Jarrell Carolyn Keogh Cynthia Kraft Joseph Lanning Sarah Sander

2007 2007 2009 2009 2009 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010

Virginia Schutte Laura J. Simpson Jennifer Ann Taylor Traci Tucker Dale Broder Jennifer Lee Claggett Doug Eudy Jessica Mitchell Muktha Natrajan Tulsi Patel Katy Riccione David Schaeffer Amy Styer Stanley Underwood

2005 2005 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2010 2010 2010

April Conway, Sierra Leone Emily Gauld, Germany Kelsey Jones, Turkey John Keith, South Korea Virginia Newman, China Jennifer Olson, Germany Jessica Stewart, Taiwan Abigail Zylla, Fiji Marie Porterfield Barry, Turkey Andrea Bessey, Thailand Heather Gallivan, Indonesia David Meek, Brazil Caroline Strelitz, Brazil Christopher Ward, Indonesia Brinkley Warren, New Zealand Brian Watts, South Korea Leasa Weimer, Finland Andrew Arnold, South Korea Rebeca de Jesus-Crespo, Costa Rica Isha Ghodke, Germany Louise Goodman, Brazil David Gutiérrez, Mexico Genevieve Holdridge, Mexico Alex Knoblock, Brazil Oksana Lutsyshyna, Poland Morgann Lyles, France Ann MacFadyen, Vietnam Kimberly Moxley, Spain Thomas Stewart, Slovak Republic Linnea West, Hungary David Zweig, New Zealand

2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2012

2012 2012 2012

2010 2010 2010 2010 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011

Amelia Villasenor Mark Wiest Jessica Winek Christopher Abin Christine Akoh Ariel Chan Ashley Edwards Eric Goolsby Katie Orlemanksi Amanda Perofsky Dara Satterfield Matthew Schultz Troy Simon

2011 2011 2011 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012

2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012

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PARTICIPATION IN STUDY ABROAD AT THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA ACADEMIC YEARS 2007-08 THROUGH 2011-12

Number of Study Abroad Participants Percent Increase in Study Abroad over Previous Year Percent of Students Studying Abroad While at UGA

2007-08 2,077 1.0% 29.7%

Academic Year 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 1,969 2,005 2,082 (5.2%) 1.8% 3.8% 25.7% 26.5% 26.2%

Figure 11 TRENDS IN STUDY ABROAD PARTICIPATION ACADEMIC YEARS 2007-08 THROUGH 2011-12 40%

2400 2200

30%

1800

PARTICIPANTS

1600

25%

1400

20%

1200 1000

15%

800

10%

600 400

5%

200 0

2007-08

2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

2011-12

0%

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREES AWARDED

35%

2000

ACADEMIC YEAR Number of Study Abroad Participants

Source: Office of International Education

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Percent of Students Studying Abroad While at UGA

2011-12 2,035 (2.3%) 25.5%


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UGA STUDY ABROAD AND EXCHANGE PROGRAMS ACADEMIC YEARS 2007-08 THROUGH 2011-12 Academic Year 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Traditional Study Abroad Programs 93 100 110 107 114

Exchange Programs 49 47 49 52 61

Nontraditional Study Abroad Programs 14 18 20 19 15

Total Programs 156 165 179 178 190

Notes: Exchange Programs involve small numbers of UGA students trading places with students from partner institutions overseas. Students take classes at the partner institution with professors and students from the host country or with other international students. Study Abroad Programs typically involve UGA professors taking a group of UGA students abroad and teaching the courses. Students receive UGA resident credit. Nontraditional Study Abroad Programs include internships, research, and activities arranged by a UGA professor involving small numbers of students.

Figure 12 UGA STUDY ABROAD AND EXCHANGE PROGRAM GROWTH ACADEMIC YEARS 2007-08 TO 2011-12

2011-12

ACADEMIC YEAR

2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 0

20

40

60

80

100

120

140

160

180

200

NUMBER OF PROGRAMS Exchange Programs

Traditional Study Abroad Programs

Nontraditional Study Abroad Programs

Source: Office of International Education

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TUITION AND FEES FALL 2012 - SPRING 2013 Nonresident Additional Tuition

Resident Tuition 12 or more Semester Hours Undergraduate (Standard Rate)* $ 3,823 Forest Resources (BSFR) 4,296 Landscape Architecture (BLA) 4,296 Graduate (Standard Rate) 3,700 Agriculture (MFT) 6,489 Business (MACC) 5,473 (MBA) 5,958 (MIT) 9,133 Education+ 4,239 Landscape Architecture (MLA, MHP & MEPD) 4,424 Law (JD) 7,931 (LLM) 7,650 Pharmacy (PharmD) 7,046 Public Health (DrPH) 4,362 (MPH) 4,093 Public & International Affairs (MPA) 4,239 Social Work (MSW) 4,062 Veterinary Medicine (DVM)*** 7,441 UGA Gwinnett Campus Graduate (Standard Rate) 3,700 Agriculture (MFT) 6,489 Business (MIT) 9,133 Public & International Affairs (MPA) 4,239 Social Work (MSW) 4,062 UGA Griffin Campus* 3,823 UGA Tifton Campus* 3,823 Executive Programs (Total Program Cost) Executive MBA 74,000 Fast Track Professional MBA 51,000 Executive EDD 55,825 Student Fees

Activity/ Total Recreation

Semester

$1,098

92

$

9,105 10,645 9,759 7,500 4,881

Total Resident Tuition & Fees

Student Fees** $

1,098 1,098 1,098 1,098 1,098

$

4,921 5,394 5,394 4,798 7,587

Total Nonresident Tuition & Fees $

14,026 16,039 15,153 12,298 12,468

7,052 8,855 6,374 7,336

1,098 1,098 1,098 1,098

6,571 7,056 10,231 5,337

13,623 15,911 16,605 12,673

7,312

1,098

5,522

12,834

8,711 9,850 9,834

1,098 1,098 1,098

9,029 8,748 8,144

17,740 18,598 17,978

7,360 7,405 7,336 7,612

1,098 1,098 1,098 1,098 1,098

5,460 5,191 5,337 5,160 8,539

12,820 12,596 12,673 12,772 8,539

7,500 4,881 6,374 7,336 7,612 9,105 9,105

618 618 618 618 618 618 696

4,318 7,107 9,751 4,857 4,680 4,441 4,519

11,818 11,988 16,125 12,193 12,292 13,546 13,624

74,000 51,000 55,825

79,000 63,000 90,516

5,000 12,000 34,691

Athletic

Green Fee

Health

Student Facilities

Technology

Transportation

53

3

191

80

120

109

* Tuition rate is the rate assessed new undergraduate students entering Fall 2012. ** Student fees for extended campuses include mandatory fees only. For updated information regarding student fees at these locations, please visit http://www.bursar.uga.edu. Total student fees include a mandatory institutional fee of $450 per semester. *** The College of Veterinary Medicine joined the SREB common market in Fall 1975. Students from participating states enroll on an in-state basis. + Fee structure is applicable only to students enrolled in certain graduate programs in Counseling and Human Development Services, Communication Sciences and Disorders, Teacher Education and Workforce Education. Source: Bursar's Office, Senior Vice President for Finance and Administration 54


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ESTIMATED COST OF ATTENDANCE ACADEMIC YEARS 2003-04 THROUGH 2012-13 Cost of Attendance

Academic Year 2003-04

$12,274

2004-05

$12,768

2005-06

$13,804

2006-07

$14,758

2007-08

$16,054*

2008-09

$16,758*

2009-10

$18,000

2010-11

$19,736

2011-12

$20,820

2012-13

$21,250

This estimated cost of attending the University of Georgia for an academic year is used by the Office of Student Financial Aid to determine aid eligibility for undergraduate Georgia residents; it includes tuition, fees, room and board, and personal expenses. *Estimated cost of attendance for entering freshmen under the Guaranteed Tuition Plan. Source: Office of Student Financial Aid

ANNUAL COST OF ATTENDANCE FOR RESIDENT UNDERGRADUATES UGA AND SELECTED PEERS ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-12 Ranked by Total Costs Peer Institution 1. University of California - Davis 2. Ohio State University 3. Michigan State University

In-State Tuition & Fees

Books & Supplies

Room & Board

Other Expenses*

Total

$13,860

$1,589

$12,697

$3,053

$31,199

$9,735

$1,602

$10,782

$4,752

$26,871

$12,202

$996

$8,154

$1,800

$23,152

4. University of Maryland - College Park

$8,655

$1,076

$9,877

$3,024

$22,632

5. University of Arizona

$9,286

$1,000

$8,540

$3,540

$22,366

6. University of Kentucky

$9,128

$800

$9,974

$2,240

$22,142

7. University of Missouri - Columbia

$8,989

$1,086

$8,643

$3,156

$21,874

8. University of Iowa

$7,765

$1,090

$8,750

$3,515

$21,120

9. University of Georgia

$9,472

$1,078

$8,708

$1,562

$20,820

10. Louisiana State University

$6,354

$1,500

$8,670

$2,890

$19,414

11. North Carolina State University

$7,018

$1,000

$8,536

$2,834

$19,388

12. University of Florida

$5,657

$1,070

$8,800

$3,730

$19,257

13. Iowa State University

$7,486

$1,044

$7,982

$2,370

$18,882

*Other Expenses includes items such as laundry, transportation, entertainment, and furnishings.

Source: National Center for Education Statistics, Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS)

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UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARIES NATIONAL RANKINGS

Total 6/30/2010

2011 ARL Ranking*

Volumes

4,810,192

Microforms

Resources/Services

Increase (Decrease) 2010 to 2011

Total 6/30/2011

34

67,846

4,878,038

6,670,148

15

23,800

6,693,948

663,014

6

1,020,881

1,683,895

93,148

50

4,148

97,296

74

61

2

76

Library Resources

Maps Current Serials & Periodicals Library Staff Professional Support Total (includes student assistants)

161

23

5

166

267

43

16

283

$ 10,489,974

53

851,735

$ 11,341,709

10,062,586

61

(151,144)

9,911,442

262,442

12

(14,004)

248,438

1,753,887

74

352,406

2,106,293

$ 22,568,889

60

1,038,993

23,607,882

36,395

38

5,011

41,406

6,976

110

1,043

407,279

58

(39,889)

Library Expenditures Materials Salaries & Wages Binding & Other Expenditures Other Expenditures Total Expenditures

$

$

Library Services Interlibrary Lending Interlibrary Borrowing Total Circulation

*Ranking among the 113 academic libraries of the Association of Research Libraries (ARL)

Source: University Librarian and Associate Provost, University of Georgia Library Statistics

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STUDENT FINANCIAL AID PROGRAMS FISCAL YEAR 2011-12

Student Aid Programs

Undergraduate Number of Amount Awards Awarded

Graduate/Professional Number of Amount Awards Awarded

Grants/Scholarships Federal Pell Grants

7,081

$ 27,339,910

Federal Supplemental Grants

623

563,658

Federal (Other) Grants/Scholarships

310

593,822

HOPE Scholarships

$ 13

35,660

14,431

73,843,577

100

420,373

5,648

37,706,582

115

601,745

138

727,998

52

449,314

4,038

9,513,473

1,089

4,181,111

682

8,447,724

16

279,386

Miscellaneous Tuition/Fee Payments/Waivers

2,854

3,490,203

4,913

33,156,427

Other (External) Grants/Scholarships

2,482

5,572,171

140

584,203

38,287

$ 167,799,118

6,438

$ 39,708,219

Zell Miller Scholarships State (Other) Grants/Scholarships Institutional Grants/Scholarships Athletic Scholarships

Subtotal Loans Federal Perkins Loans

1,189,027

211

Federal PLUS Loans

1,743

16,614,642

1,427

14,848,997

Federal Direct Loans - Subsidized

8,059

31,921,572

4,089

31,005,074

Federal Direct Loans - Unsubsidized

9,671

39,380,353

3,496

42,837,409

31

89,472

702

5,818,382

49

480,179

20,705

$ 95,013,448

9,272

$ 89,621,128

State Other Loans Other Loans Subtotal

499

$

$

449,469

Student Employment Federal Work-Study Programs TOTALS Unduplicated Number of Student Aid Recipients Total Unduplicated Number Total Amount

403 59,395

$

828,037

2

$ 263,640,603

15,712

24,705

$

$ 129,333,967 5,404

30,109 $392,974,570

Note: Includes aid administered by the Office of Student Financial Aid (OSFA) as well as aid reported to OSFA by student donors, colleges/schools, etc. Does not include aid received by nonresident aliens. Source: Office of Student Financial Aid

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STUDENT HOUSING SUMMARY FALL 2012 Student Residences Summary Number of Type of Residence

Buildings 3

Women's Residence Halls

1

Occupancy

Capacity

1,188

1,200

5,946

6,018

20

7,134

7,218

20

557

6

42

48

26

599

655

2

113

113

15

893

918

Subtotal Sorority Houses

17

1,006

1,031

University-Owned Fraternity Houses

8

157

201

19

413

392

27

570

593

90

9,309

9,497

Buildings

Occupancy

Capacity

Women's Student Housing

20

2,194

2,231

Men's Student Housing

27

570

593

17

Coeducational Residence Halls Subtotal Residence Halls Family and Graduate Housing (Main Campus) Professional and Graduate Housing (Health Sci Campus) Subtotal Family, Graduate and Professional Housing University-Owned Sorority Houses Sorority-Owned Houses

Fraternity-Owned Houses Subtotal Fraternity Houses TOTAL

3

2

607

Student Housing Summary Number of Type of Residence

Coeducational Housing

17

5,946

6,018

Family, Graduate and Professional Housing

26

599

655

TOTAL

90

9,309

9,497

1

Rutherford Hall under construction in 2012-2013.

2

Family and Graduate occupancy is determined by the total number of individual contracts. Rogers Road Building R, containing 42 apartments, is currently closed and under renovation.

3

One fraternity house is not assigned for fall 2012, but is expected to be for spring 2013.

Source: Executive Director of Housing

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SOCIAL SORORITIES AND FRATERNITIES Date Established on Campus

Sorority Alpha Chi Omega Alpha Delta Pi Alpha Gamma Delta Alpha Kappa Alpha Alpha Omicron Pi Alpha Sigma Rho Chi Omega Delta Delta Delta Delta Gamma Delta Phi Lambda Delta Phi Omega Delta Sigma Theta Delta Zeta Gamma Eta

Sorority

1938 1933 1923 1971 1934 1998 1922 1933 1967 1998 2010 1969 1987 2009

Gamma Phi Beta Kappa Alpha Theta Kappa Delta Kappa Kappa Gamma Lambda Theta Alpha Phi Mu Pi Beta Phi Sigma Delta Tau Sigma Gamma Rho Sigma Kappa Sigma Sigma Rho Zeta Phi Beta Zeta Tau Alpha

Date Established on Campus

Fraternity Alpha Epsilon Pi Alpha Gamma Rho Alpha Phi Alpha Alpha Tau Omega Beta Theta Pi Chi Phi Chi Psi Delta Epsilon Psi Delta Sigma Phi Delta Tau Delta Kappa Alpha Kappa Alpha Psi Lambda Chi Alpha Lambda Phi Epsilon Lambda Sigma Upsilon Lambda Theta Phi Omega Psi Phi Phi Beta Sigma

Date Established on Campus

Fraternity

1926 1927 1969 1878 1984 1867 1890 2010 2001 1882 1868 1971 1915 2000 2006 2007 1973 1974

1982 1937 1924 1947 2005 1921 1936 1924 1988 1964 2007 1977 1949 Date Established on Campus

Phi Delta Theta Phi Gamma Delta Phi Kappa Psi Phi Kappa Tau Phi Kappa Theta Pi Kappa Alpha Pi Kappa Phi Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Beta Rho Sigma Chi Sigma Nu Sigma Phi Epsilon Sigma Pi Tau Epsilon Phi Tau Kappa Epsilon Theta Chi Zeta Beta Tau

PARTICIPATION IN SOCIAL SORORITIES AND FRATERNITIES FALL 2012 Sororities Fraternities Total

4,186 2,412 6,598

(28% of Undergraduate Females) (21% of Undergraduate Males) (25% of Total Undergraduates)

Source: Department of Campus Life, Greek Life Office

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1871 1871 1968 1950 1963 1908 1915 1865 2004 1869 1872 1873 1948 1919 1972 1949 1915


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HONORARY FRATERNITIES AND SOCIETIES

Honorary Fraternities/Societies

Date Established on Campus

Honorary Fraternities/Societies

Date Established on Campus

Abeneefoo Kuo Honor Society

1987

Kappa Delta Pi

1984

AGHON

1920

National Society of Collegiate Scholars

1999

Alpha Epsilon Delta

1932

Omicron Delta Kappa

1984

Alpha Lambda Delta

1982

Order of Omega

1982

Arch Society

1992

Phi Sigma Pi

1992

Beta Alpha Psi

1963

Pi Sigma Alpha

2005

Blue Key Honor Society

1926

Psi Chi Honor Society

1929

Dean William Tate Society

1990

Sigma Alpha Lambda

2005

Gamma Iota Sigma

1975

Sigma Iota Rho

2008

Kappa Delta Epsilon

1989

Xi Sigma Pi

1941

Note: This list represents those organizations categorized as "Honor" groups and registered with the Department of Student Activities as of October 15, 2012. Source: Department of Student Activities

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UGA CAREER CENTER CLASS OF 2011 CAREER PLANS Respondents 6 to 12 Months After Graduation Status Employed Attending Graduate School Seeking Employment Not Seeking Employment Completing Volunteer Service Returning to Home Country TOTAL Responding

Number of Respondents 1,783 674 425 77 37 3 2,999

Percent 59 22 14 3 1 <1 100

Top Employers Hiring UGA Class of 2011 (listed alphabetically) Altria Macy's AT&T McKesson Capgemini PricewaterhouseCoopers Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Race Trac Petroleum, Inc. Chick-fil-A SunTrust Robinson Humphrey Coca-Cola Target CVS / Pharmacy TBS Deloitte & Touche Teach for America Ernst & Young The Home Depot Hanover The University of Georgia Kimberly-Clark Corporation Triage Consulting Group KPMG United States Army Liberty Mutual Walmart Top 10 Graduate and Professional Schools for UGA Class of 2011 (listed alphabetically) Emory University The University of Georgia Georgia Health Sciences University University of Alabama Georgia State University University of Tennessee Mercer University University of Virginia Texas A & M University Vanderbilt University The Graduation Survey provides a snapshot of postgraduation career status for each class. Each year, the Career Center surveys the graduating class (August, December, and May graduates) through a variety of methods including paper, email, postcards, and follow-up phone calls. Source: UGA Career Center

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UGA ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 2012-13 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Executive Committee Officers President Vice President

Steve C. Jones, Athens Tim Keadle, Lilburn

Treasurer

Ruth Bartlett, Atlanta

Assistant Treasurer

Jennifer Chapman, Athens

Secretary

Julie Reynolds, Lawrenceville

Immediate Past President

Vic Sullivan, Albany

Executive Director

Deborah Dietzler, Athens

Member

Residence

Member

Residence

Harriette Bohannon Craig Camuso

Augusta

Tom Landrum

Bogart

Lawrenceville

Trey Paris

Gainesville

Brian Fuller

Jacksonville, FL

Palmer Sanford

Smyrna

Jeff Jowdy

Franklin, TN

Bill Thomas

Dunwoody

Source: Alumni Relations

NUMBER OF LIVING ALUMNI BY CLASS YEAR OF MOST RECENT DEGREE 1931 - 2012 Class 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951

Number on File 7 8 15 21 24 46 60 59 105 120 162 214 118 119 113 142 278 444 647 788 652

Class 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972

Number on File 591 574 575 539 654 813 850 949 1,076 1,074 1,244 1,408 1,669 1,905 2,202 2,273 2,976 3,450 3,718 4,148 4,337

Class 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993

Number on File 4,535 4,740 5,196 4,790 4,739 4,508 4,591 4,575 4,529 4,536 4,766 4,660 5,132 4,838 4,763 4,844 5,043 5,258 5,561 5,826 6,084

Class 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Number on File 5,956 5,806 5,971 6,203 7,198 6,242 6,085 6,395 6,770 7,019 7,400 7,366 7,340 7,970 7,732 7,915 8,589 8,803 6,789

Note: Includes all degree levels, individuals with multiple degrees and all UGA campuses. Individuals with multple degrees are counted only once in the year of their most recent degree. As of September 30, 2012 Source: Information Technology for External Affairs

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UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA ALUMNI BY STATE OF RESIDENCE State Alabama

Alumni 4,272

New Hampshire

Alumni 244

Alaska

208

New Jersey

1,495

Arizona

964

New Mexico

400

Arkansas

605

New York

California

5,853

North Carolina

Colorado

2,356

North Dakota

3,910 10,313 47

Connecticut

791

Ohio

Delaware

243

Oklahoma

413

Oregon

837

District of Columbia

1,041

1,513

Florida

12,786

Pennsylvania

1,896

Georgia

173,145

Rhode Island

167

Hawaii

260

South Carolina

Idaho

225

South Dakota

Illinois

2,011

9,054 62

Tennessee

5,862 5,465

Indiana

868

Texas

Iowa

275

Utah

337

Kansas

428

Vermont

192

Kentucky

1,194

Virginia

6,224

Louisiana

1,391

Washington

1,280

Maine

252

West Virginia

374

Maryland

2,572

Wisconsin

544

Massachusetts

1,372

Wyoming

152

Michigan

869

American Territories

120

Minnesota

525

U.S. Associations, APO & FPO

235

Mississippi

855

International

2,091

Missouri

970

Unknown

7,857

Montana

249

Nebraska

182

Nevada

372

* As of September 30, 2012 Source: Information Technology for External Affairs

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State

TOTAL*

278,218


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UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA ALUMNI BY GEORGIA COUNTY OF RESIDENCE County Appling Atkinson Bacon Baker Baldwin Banks Barrow Bartow Ben Hill Berrien Bibb Bleckley Brantley Brooks Bryan Bulloch Burke Butts Calhoun Camden Candler Carroll Catoosa Charlton Chatham Chattahoochee Chattooga Cherokee Clarke Clay Clayton Clinch Cobb Coffee Colquitt Columbia Cook Coweta Crawford Crisp Dade Dawson Decatur DeKalb Dodge Dooly Dougherty Douglas Early Echols Effingham Elbert Emanuel Evans

Alumni 138 58 101 24 584 444 2,135 1,011 197 152 2,776 214 65 90 318 786 208 246 83 329 101 954 413 64 4,242 16 161 4,113 11,657 17 738 54 14,462 449 527 2,472 91 1,570 120 316 189 408 301 16,151 216 122 1,335 839 157 67 315 564 224 91

County Fannin Fayette Floyd Forsyth Franklin Fulton Gilmer Glascock Glynn Gordon Grady Greene Gwinnett Habersham Hall Hancock Haralson Harris Hart Heard Henry Houston Irwin Jackson Jasper Jeff Davis Jefferson Jenkins Johnson Jones Lamar Lanier Laurens Lee Liberty Lincoln Long Lowndes Lumpkin Macon Madison Marion McDuffie McIntosh Meriwether Miller Mitchell Monroe Montgomery Morgan Murray Muscogee Newton Oconee

* As of September 30, 2012 Source: Information Technology for External Affairs

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Alumni 258 2,208 1,407 3,366 803 25,583 322 23 1,800 498 218 464 15,197 899 3,861 47 132 470 485 53 1,806 1,597 95 3,292 162 95 199 73 127 472 228 30 729 370 159 121 14 889 345 101 1,301 28 338 140 167 77 236 367 77 779 217 1,779 1,216 4,310

County Oglethorpe Paulding Peach Pickens Pierce Pike Polk Pulaski Putnam Quitman Rabun Randolph Richmond Rockdale Schley Screven Seminole Spalding Stephens Stewart Sumter Talbot Taliaferro Tattnall Taylor Telfair Terrell Thomas Tift Toombs Towns Treutlen Troup Turner Twiggs Union Upson Walker Walton Ware Warren Washington Wayne Webster Wheeler White Whitfield Wilcox Wilkes Wilkinson Worth TOTAL*

Alumni 1,121 659 295 494 221 254 225 141 415 10 397 63 2,079 1,037 33 165 110 708 503 32 335 28 24 125 68 123 85 621 768 339 206 62 549 113 87 308 358 399 2,783 424 49 243 283 17 45 471 1,130 86 289 61 199 173,145


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UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Board of Directors Michael F. Adams, Chairman Jere W. Morehead, Vice Chairman Tim P. Burgess, Treasurer David Shipley, Secretary and Faculty Athletics Representative Faculty Members Rodney D. Bennett Jeff Dorfman Greg Robinson Jennifer Samp Luke Naeher Anne Sweaney

Alumni Members Bill Archer III Robert D. Bishop Mack H. Guest Don Leebern III Patrick S. Pittard Swann Seiler

Elected Student Representative Ryan Scates Student Athlete Representatives Noel Couch Chris Burnette President Alumni Association Steve Jones

Administrators Athletic Director Greg McGarity Senior Associate Athletic Director Frank Crumley Associate Athletic Director and Senior Women Administrator Carla Williams Assistant Athletic Director Emeritus Virginia Whitehead Georgia Head Coaches David Perno Baseball Mark Fox Basketball, Men's Andy Landers Basketball, Women's Meghan Boenig Equestrian Mark Richt Football Christopher Haack Golf, Men's Josh Brewer Golf, Women's Danna Durante Gymnastics Steve Holeman Soccer Lu Harris-Champer Softball Jack Bauerle Swimming & Diving Manuel Diaz Tennis, Men's Jeff Wallace Tennis, Women's Wayne Norton Track Lizzy Stemke Volleyball National Collegiate Athletic Association Postgraduate Scholarships Scholar Sport Year Scholar Sport Julia Boros Golf 1998 Kinsey Rowe Gymnastics Jenni Beathard Gymnastics 1999 Samantha J. Arsenault Swimming Sarah Miller Swimming 1999 Claire Maust Swimming Matt Stinchcomb Football 1999 Karen Guilkey Swimming Kristy Kowal Swimming 2000 Rebecca Rowsey Basketball Jennifer Mihalik Swimming 2000 Michael Green Golf Joey Pitts Tennis 2000 Courtney Kupets Gymnastics Kim Black Swimming 2001 Lisa Caprioglio Swimming Kelly Miller Basketball 2001 Hunter Lainhart Swimming Marc P. Lindsay Swimming 2002 Grace Taylor Gymnastics Brian P. Scannell Swimming 2002 Bridget Lyons Track and Field Johnathan C. Stinchcomb Football 2002 Mark Dylla Swimming Corrin Drakulich Track and Field 2004 Chelsea Nauta Swimming Julie Hardt Swimming 2004 Wendy Trott Swimming Source: Athletic Director

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INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA FALL 2012 Scholarship Men Women 27 13 14 65 78 10 11 11 25 15 20 27 9 5 37 33 12 194 218

Sport Baseball Basketball Equestrian Football Golf Gymnastics Soccer Softball Swimming Tennis Track Volleyball TOTAL

Non-Scholarship Men Women 22 1 5 46

8 1 18 96

5 4 6 2 1 34 3 60

Total Men Women 49 14 14 70 124 10 11 16 29 21 28 29 10 6 55 67 15 290 278

Figure 15 SCHOLARSHIP ATHLETES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA FALL TERMS 2008 - 2012 280

SCHOLARSHIP ATHLETES

260 240 220 200

207 202

180

216

215

195

200

199

194

2009

2010

2011

2012

213

218

160 140 120 100

2008

FALL TERM MEN

WOMEN

Source: Athletic Director

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PUBLIC SAFETY STATISTICS JANUARY 1, 2011 - DECEMBER 31, 2011 Total Reported Type of Offense Death Investigation

Offenses

Total Offenses

Total

Status of Victim

Cases

Residence

Unfounded Cleared

Hall

Student

1

1

Sex Offenses

10

2

5

6

Bodily Injury and Other Related Offenses

56

30

7

24

5

Robbery

1

Burglary

56

3

8

3

Motor Vehicle Theft

Faculty/

Guest/

UGA

Staff

Visitor

Property

1 1

3

11

21

31

2

4

19

3

1

2

2

1 12

32

Larcenies: Building Vending Machine Shoplifting Vehicle Parts Entering Auto Bicycles Other

149 3 9 2 64 16 119

30

15

69

21

14 2

45 1 9

9

7

2

6

26

28

8 2 46 16 59

13 24

15

Larceny Total

362

46

66

15

192

36

49

85

Criminal Property Damage

211

6

63

35

27

5

9

170

45

4

15

7

25

6

2

12

Stalking

8

1

4

4

8

Arson

4

1

Fraud

Bomb Threats DUI

2

4

0 165

165

165

22

22

22

Underage Possession

241

234

58

241

Narcotics and Drugs

104

86

26

104

Obstruction of Officer

37

36

7

7

1

743

192

Public Drunkenness

Weapon Laws TOTAL

1,338

Total Number of Above Motivated by Hate

1

Source: UGA Police Department

70

22

6

75

37 7 317

62

88

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FULL-TIME FACULTY AND ALLIED PROFESSIONAL STAFF BY RANK AND FUNCTION FALL 2012

Function Administration Student Welfare Libraries Instruction General Research Experiment Stations Coop Extension Service Extension & Public Service TOTAL

Assoc Prof Prof 9 1 1 683 18 51 33 5 799

473 4 18 11 2 510

Asst Prof

365 9 7 2 383

Inst

42

1 43

Subtotal Faculty 10 1 1,563 22 78 52 9 1,735

Rank Lect

Rsch* Serv** Assoc Assoc 1

151

76 39 16

151

131

41 1 5 291 120 459

Libr

Other+ 50 48 71 4 118 5 1

72

10 235

Total 61 49 75 1,949 67 100 343 139 2,783

* Senior Research Scientists, Associate Research Scientists, Assistant Research Scientists, Agricultural Research Scientists, Research Scientists, Research Associates. Does not include Postdoctoral Associates. ** Senior Public Service Associates, Public Service Associates, Public Service Assistants, Public Service Representatives, Extension Associates, Public Service Specialists. + Academic Professionals, Administrative Staff, Physicians, Clinical Ranks.

TENURE STATUS OF FULL-TIME PROFESSORIAL FACULTY* BY RANK AND GENDER FALL 2012

Rank & Gender Professor Male Female Total Associate Male Professor Female Total Assistant Male Professor Female Total Instructor Male Female Total Total Male Female Total

Tenure Status Tenured Non-Ten/On Track Non-Ten Position Not On Ten Trk No. % No. % No. % No. % 597 76% 1 50% 4 80% 3 75% 191 24% 1 50% 1 20% 1 25% 788 100% 2 100% 5 100% 4 100% 290 59% 14 70% 199 41% 6 30% 1 100% 489 100% 20 100% 1 100% 1 50% 206 57% 7 41% 1 50% 157 43% 1 100% 10 59% 2 100% 363 100% 1 100% 17 100% 1 100% 16 38% 26 62% 1 100% 42 100% 888 69% 222 58% 4 67% 26 41% 391 31% 164 42% 2 33% 38 59% 1,279 100% 386 100% 6 100% 64 100%

*Includes full-time, temporary faculty Source: Office of Institutional Research

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Total No. 605 194 799 304 206 510 214 169 383 17 26 43 1,140 595 1,735

% 76% 24% 100% 60% 40% 100% 56% 44% 100% 40% 60% 100% 66% 34% 100%


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FULL-TIME PROFESSORIAL FACULTY BY RANK AND ETHNICITY FALL 2012

Ethnicity American Indian Asian Black/African Amer Hawaiian/Pac Islander Hispanic Multiracial White Not Reported Total

Professor No. % 3 * 47 6% 47 6% 22 2 674 4 799

3% * 84% * 100%

Associate Professor No. % 53 33

10% 6%

19 5 398 2 510

4% 1% 78% * 100%

Rank Assistant Professor No. % 1 * 71 19% 16 4% 23

6%

258 14 383

67% 4% 100%

Total No. % 5 * 173 10% 97 6%

Instructor No. % 1 2% 2 5% 1 2% 1 1 35 2 43

2% 2% 81% 5% 100%

65 8 1,365 22 1,735

4% * 79% 1% 100%

*Less than 1.0%

FULL-TIME PROFESSORIAL FACULTY BY AGE RANGE AND RANK FALL 2012

Rank Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor Instructor Total

20-29 No. %

6 1 7

2% 2% *

30-39 No. % 70 250 9 329

14% 65% 21% 19%

Age 40-49 No. % 128 16% 217 43% 106 28% 14 33% 465 27%

50-59 No. % 352 44% 170 33% 18 5% 12 28% 552 32%

60-Up No. % 319 40% 53 10% 3 1% 7 16% 382 22%

Total In Rank No. % 799 100% 510 100% 383 100% 43 100% 1,735 100%

*Less than 1.0%

FULL-TIME PROFESSORIAL GRADUATE FACULTY MEMBERSHIP BY RANK FALL 2012

Rank Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor Instructor Total

Total Full-Time Prof Faculty No. % 799 46% 510 29% 383 22% 43 2% 1,735 100%

Graduate Faculty Membership % Total % of Graduate University No. Faculty Rank 731 47% 91% 465 30% 91% 343 22% 90% 1,539

100%

89%

Source: Office of Institutional Research

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HIGHEST EARNED DEGREES OF FULL-TIME PROFESSORIAL FACULTY BY RANK FALL 2012

Rank

Doctoral No. %

Professor

728

91.1%

45

5.6%

23

2.9%

Associate Professor

438

85.9%

49

9.6%

23

Assistant Professor

338

88.3%

34

8.9%

Instructor TOTAL

Master's* No. %

Professional No. %

Bachelor's/None No. %

100.0%

4.5%

510

100.0%

11

2.9%

383

100.0%

14

32.6%

22

51.2%

7

16.3%

87.5%

150

8.6%

64

3.7%

3

0.4%

0.2%

43

100.0%

1,735

100.0%

* Includes Specialist degrees

Figure 16 HIGHEST EARNED DEGREES OF FULL-TIME PROFESSORIAL FACULTY FALL 2012

PROFESSIONAL 3.7%

MASTER'S* 8.6%

BACHELOR/NONE 0.2%

DOCTORAL 87.5%

Source: Office of Institutional Research

74

%

799

1,518

3

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AVERAGE ACADEMIC YEAR SALARIES OF INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY UGA AND SELECTED PEERS ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-12 Ranked by All Ranks Salaries Institution Name 1. University of California - Davis 2. Ohio State University 3. University of Maryland - College Park 4. University of Iowa 5. Michigan State University 6. University of Arizona 7. University of Florida 8. North Carolina State University 9. Iowa State University 10. University of Georgia 11. University of Kentucky 12. University of Missouri - Columbia 13. Louisiana State University

Professor $129,400 $134,200 $136,300 $130,000 $126,600 $119,900 $121,700 $116,800 $115,900 $107,800 $110,000 $113,900 $109,500

Associate Professor $90,600 $89,300 $95,700 $86,400 $89,200 $81,800 $80,100 $83,700 $83,500 $79,200 $79,200 $75,900 $78,900

Assistant Professor $81,300 $81,500 $83,900 $74,100 $69,500 $70,800 $68,900 $70,900 $75,100 $75,300 $70,800 $61,700 $69,200

All Ranks* $110,100 $107,600 $103,800 $96,100 $95,700 $90,800 $89,900 $89,100 $88,700 $87,200 $84,200 $83,600 $81,600

* All Ranks includes the ranks of instructor, lecturer and the category of "No Rank." Eleven or twelve-month salaries are converted to a standard academic-year basis by applying a factor of 81.8% (9/11) with the exception of California - Davis where a factor of 86.3% has been applied.

Figure 17 AVERAGE ACADEMIC YEAR SALARY OF INSTRUCTIONAL FACULTY UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA (ALL RANKS) FALL TERMS 2007 - 2011 88,000 87,000

86,400

86,500

86,600

2009

2010

87,200

SALARY ($)

86,000 85,000 84,000 83,000

82,800

82,000 81,000 80,000

2007

2008

2011

FALL TERM Source: American Association of University Professors

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UNIVERSITY EMPLOYEES BY OCCUPATIONAL CLASSIFICATION October 31, 2012 Employees As Of 10/31/12 Full-Time Part-Time

Occupational Classification Executive/Admin/Managerial

Total

351

3

354

Faculty

2,435

454

2,889

Other Professional

3,550

159

3,709

Clerical/Secretarial

1,115

53

1,168

282

11

293

Technical/Paraprofessional Skilled Crafts Service/Maintenance Total

336

2

338

1,208

15

1,223

9,277

697

9,974

Figure 18 FULL-TIME UNIVERSITY EMPLOYEES BY OCCUPATIONAL CLASSIFICATION

OTHER PROFESSIONAL 38.3% FACULTY 26.2%

CLERICAL/ SECRETARIAL 12.0%

EXEC/ADMIN/ MANAGERIAL 3.8%

SERVICE/ MAINTENANCE 13.0%

SKILLED CRAFTS 3.6%

TECHNICAL/PARAPROFESSIONAL 3.0%

NOTE: Employees are assigned to an occupational classification based on their University System of Georgia job category (effective Fall 2003). Totals do not include temporary classified employees.

Source: Office of Human Resources

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UNIVERSITY EMPLOYEES BY OCCUPATIONAL CLASSIFICATION AND ETHNICITY October 31, 2012 Ethnic Origin Occupational Classification

American Indian No. %

Asian No. %

Hawaiian/ Black/ Pacific Isl Afric Amer % No. % No.

Exec/Admin/Mgr

2

0.6

9

2.5

Faculty

6

0.2

251

8.7

Other Professional

5

0.1

251

6.8

Clerical/Secretarial

1

0.1

9

0.8

12

4.1

28

1

Technical/Paraprof Skilled Crafts

1

0.3

Service/Maintenance Total

15

0.2

Hispanic No. %

0.4 2,330 80.7

31

1.1 2,889

1.9

10

0.3 2,973 80.2

156

4.2 3,709

32

2.7

14

1.2

906 77.6

41

3.5 1,168

9.6

7

2.4

3

1.0

232 79.2

11

3.8

293

0.3

37 10.9

8

2.4

284 84.0

7

2.1

338

10

0.8

595 48.7

59

4.8

5

521 42.6

33

2.7 1,223

543

5.4

1,243 12.5

285

2.9

45

0.5 7,553 75.7

288

2.9 9,974

2

0.1

*

0.6

151

5.2

106

3.7

243

6.6

71

164 14.0

0.4

2.5

Total No.

13

1

2

Not Reported No. % 9

*

7.1

White No. % 307 86.7

1

25

Multiracial No. %

354

* Less than 0.1%

UNIVERSITY EMPLOYEES BY OCCUPATIONAL CLASSIFICATION AND GENDER October 31, 2012 Occupational Classification Executive/Administrative/Managerial

No.

Male

%

No.

Female

Total No.

%

241

68.1

113

31.9

354

Faculty

1,664

57.6

1,225

42.4

2,889

Other Professional

1,641

44.2

2,068

55.8

3,709

Clerical/Secretarial

105

9.0

1,063

91.0

1,168

Technical/Paraprofessional

108

36.9

185

63.1

293

Skilled Crafts

328

97.0

10

3.0

338

Service/Maintenance

686

56.1

537

43.9

1,223

4,773

47.9

5,201

52.1

9,974

Total

NOTE: Employees are assigned to an occupational classification based on their University System of Georgia job category (effective Fall 2003). Totals do not include temporary classified employees.

Source: Office of Human Resources

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SOURCES OF REVENUE FISCAL YEAR 2011-12 Sources

Revenue

Percent of Total

$293,911,241

22.0%

2,523,601

0.2%

State of Georgia Resident Instruction Forestry Research Forestry Cooperative Extension

497,202

Agricultural Experiment Station

33,844,114

2.5%

Cooperative Extension Service

28,226,579

2.1%

1,180,737

0.1%

704,136

0.1%

1,815,278

0.1%

Marine Extension Service Marine Institute Veterinary Medical Experiment Station

*

Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital

425,099

Veterinary Medicine Agriculture Research

704,212

0.1%

$363,832,199

27.2%

$4,920,978

0.4%

Total State of Georgia

*

Federal Appropriations Agricultural Experiment Station Cooperative Extension Service

6,886,589

0.5%

Total Federal Appropriations

$11,807,566

0.9%

$380,640,827

28.4%

Student Tuition and Fees Resident Instruction Student Activities Total Student Tuition and Fees

6,106,125

0.5%

$386,746,951

28.9%

$112,364,673

8.4%

Sales, Services, and Miscellaneous Sources Teaching and Service Departments Forestry Research

468,165

*

Forestry Cooperative Extension

101,914

Agricultural Experiment Station

7,909,951

0.6%

Cooperative Extension Service

5,665,395

0.4%

Marine Extension Service Marine Institute Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital Athens & Tifton Veterinary Laboratories Student Activities Total Sales, Services, and Miscellaneous Sources

470,404 24,588 10,543,248 476,691

*

* * 0.8% *

2,444,276

0.2%

$140,469,305

10.5%

$273,207,151

20.4%

$161,125,151

12.0%

$1,488,479

0.1%

$1,338,676,803

100.0%

Gifts, Grants, and Research Contracts (State, Federal, and Private)** Auxiliary Enterprises Endowment TOTAL * Less than 0.1% ** Includes Student Aid This schedule excludes amounts for Plant Funds. Source: Senior Vice President for Finance and Administration

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REVENUE BY SOURCE FISCAL YEARS 2002-03 THROUGH 2011-12 Fiscal Year Source State of Georgia Federal Appropriations

02-03

03-04

04-05

05-06

06-07

07-08

08-09

09-10

10-11

11-12

38.0 %

34.7 %

33.6 %

33.5 %

38.7 %

39.0 %

36.4 %

29.7 %

29.7 %

27.2 %

1.0

0.9

1.0

0.9

1.1

1.3

1.2

0.9

0.8

0.9

15.5

18

18.5

19.1

22.1

22.8

23.8

25.5

27.6

28.9

4.6

4.8

5.0

5.3

6.5

6.6

7.1

12.1

8.9

10.5

33.2

33.7

32.4

31.8

20.3

19.3

20.1

20.2

21.1

20.4

Auxiliary Enterprises

7.6

7.8

9.4

9.3

11.2

10.9

11.3

11.5

11.8

12.0

Endowment

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.1

Student Tuition and Fees Sales, Services and Miscellaneous Gifts, Grants, Contracts

Figure 19 DISTRIBUTION OF REVENUE BY SOURCE FISCAL YEAR 2011-12

AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES

ENDOWMENT

0.1%

12.0%

STATE OF GEORGIA

GIFTS, GRANTS, CONTRACTS

27.2%

20.4%

FEDERAL APPROPRIATIONS

0.9%

SALES, SERVICES, MISCELLANEOUS

10.5% STUDENT TUITION AND FEES

28.9%

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EXPENDITURES BY FUNCTION FISCAL YEAR 2011-12 Percent Budgetary Function

Instruction Research Resident Instruction Gwinnett Campus - RI Griffin Campus - RI GHSU/UGA Medical Partnership Forestry Research Agricultural Experiment Station Marine Extension Service Marine Institute Veterinary Medical Experiment Station Athens & Tifton Veterinary Laboratories Veterinary Medicine Agriculture Research Subtotal Public Service Resident Instruction Gwinnett Campus - RI Forestry Cooperative Extension Cooperative Extension Service Marine Extension Service Athens & Tifton Veterinary Laboratories Subtotal Academic Support Resident Instruction Gwinnett Campus - RI Griffin Campus - RI Agricultural Experiment Station Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital Subtotal Student Services Resident Instruction Gwinnett Campus - RI Griffin Campus - RI Student Activities Subtotal Institutional Support Physical Plant Resident Instruction Gwinnett Campus - RI Griffin Campus - RI GHSU/UGA Medical Partnership Forestry Research Agricultural Experiment Station Cooperative Extension Service Marine Extension Service Marine Institute Subtotal Scholarships and Fellowships Resident Instruction Agricultural Experiment Station Cooperative Extension Service Marine Institute Subtotal Auxiliary Enterprises TOTAL

* Less than 0.1 percent. This schedule excludes amounts for Plant Funds. Source: Senior Vice President for Finance and Administration

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Expenditures

of Total

$231,221,552 58,126 84,482 213,080 10,617,870 71,364,722 684,049 1,177,667 1,815,278 279,806 704,212 $318,220,843

17.4% * * * 0.8% 5.4% 0.1% 0.1% 0.1% * 0.1% 24.0%

$91,262,297 321,087 957,505 55,192,683 1,734,659 5,889,021 $155,357,251

6.9% * 0.1% 4.2% 0.1% 0.4% 11.7%

$82,024,609 35,779 129,414 272,807 11,382,711 $93,845,319

6.2% * * * 0.9% 7.1%

$37,861,888 77,304 110,291 7,578,357 $45,627,840 $68,499,044

2.9% * * 0.6% 3.4% 5.2%

$104,684,857 119,909 179,162 222,032 777,312 4,948,567 2,428,465 101,847 67,707 $113,529,858

7.9% * * * 0.1% 0.4% 0.2% * * 8.6%

$129,391,000 174,779 1,685 1,000 $129,568,464 $152,620,738 $1,326,283,912

9.8% * * * 9.9% 11.5% 100.0%

$249,014,556

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EXPENDITURES BY FUNCTION FISCAL YEARS 2002-03 THROUGH 2011-12

Function Instruction Research Public Service Academic Support Student Services Institutional Support Physical Plant Scholarships and Fellowships Auxiliary Enterprises

02-03

03-04

04-05

05-06

Fiscal Year 06-07 07-08

08-09

09-10

10-11

11-12

16.7 % 23.1 13.0 8.4 2.0 6.6 5.5

16.7 % 22.9 11.9 8.4 2.0 6.1 5.4

16.2 % 22.5 11.2 8.1 1.9 4.5 6.2

16.1 % 21.6 11.2 8.0 2.0 5.5 5.7

19.0 % 24.7 13.4 9.5 2.3 5.2 7.7

18.8 % 24.2 13.3 9.5 2.4 5.8 7.4

19.4 % 23.8 13.9 6.9 2.6 5.6 8.7

19.1 % 23.5 12.7 6.7 2.8 5.5 9.5

18.3 % 23.4 11.9 7.0 2.6 5.2 9.9

18.8 % 24.0 11.7 7.1 3.3 5.2 8.6

18.1 6.6

20.3 6.3

20.4 9.0

20.9 9.0

7.6 10.6

8.1 10.5

8.4 10.7

9.4 10.8

9.9 11.8

9.8 11.5

Source: Senior Vice President for Finance and Administration

Figure 20 DISTRIBUTION OF EXPENDITURES BY FUNCTION FISCAL YEAR 2011-12

AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES

SCHOLARSHIPS & FELLOWSHIPS

11.5%

9.8%

INSTRUCTION

18.8%

PHYSICAL PLANT

8.6%

INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT

5.2%

STUDENT SERVICES

3.3%

ACADEMIC SUPPORT

7.1%

RESEARCH PUBLIC SERVICE

24.0%

11.7%

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TOTAL SPONSORED AWARDS BY PROJECT TYPE FISCAL YEARS 2007-08 THROUGH 2011-12 Project Type Cooperative Extension Instruction Public Service Research Agricultural Experiment Station* General Research* Research (Total) Total

Fiscal Year 2007-08 2008-09** 2009-10** 2010-11** 2011-12** $ 9,326,498 $ 16,265,977 $ 12,430,923 $ 10,897,143 $ 16,191,613 37,424,806 22,610,455 23,968,233 14,198,142 23,022,105 45,536,482 34,497,464 39,037,025 34,677,212 30,268,643 29,234,338 108,052,334 137,286,672

41,468,480 131,892,915 173,361,395

34,185,305 141,478,460 175,663,765

29,734,335 138,151,979 167,886,314

41,249,428 124,151,736 165,401,165

$229,574,458 $246,735,291 $251,099,946 $227,658,811 $234,883,526

Figure 21 TOTAL SPONSORED AWARDS BY PROJECT TYPE FISCAL YEARS 2007-08 THROUGH 2011-12 275 250 225 200

Millions

175

16.3 9.3

125

22.6

24.0

34.5

39.0

37.4

45.5

150

12.4

42.7

34.2

16.2

10.9 14.2

23.0

34.7

30.3

29.7

41.2

31.3

100 75 50

108.1

131.9

141.5

138.2

2009-10

2010-11

124.2

25 0

2007-08

GEN RESCH

2008-09

EXP STATION

PUBLIC SERV

2011-12

INSTRUCTION

COOP EXT

* General Research and Agricultural Experiment Station awards have historically been combined at UGA; the total represents all research awards to the institution. ** Includes funding through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act: 2008-09: $2,976,674; 2009-10: $33,137,073; 2010-11: $15,322,567; 2011-12: $2,501,848 NOTE: As of FY 2008, contributions from the University of Georgia Research Foundation (research and royalty payments and indirect [F&A] cost returns) will no longer be included as sponsored awards; therefore, UGARF data have been omitted from these totals. Source: Sponsored Programs, Office of the Vice President for Research

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TOTAL RESEARCH AWARDS BY SPONSOR TYPE FISCAL YEARS 2007-08 THROUGH 2011-12 Sponsor Type

2007-08

2008-09

Fiscal Year 2009-10

2010-11

2011-12

Federal Agencies

$ 89,569,585

$100,603,235

$125,987,283

$112,949,998

$108,467,235

33,102,287

58,566,520

36,520,656

41,161,081

42,094,608

Foundation/Corporate Industrial/Corporate

5,380,156

5,205,625

6,097,611

4,856,066

5,470,034

International Organizations

2,651,008

2,660,097

1,329,069

1,915,075

1,578,501

State Agencies

6,583,635

6,325,918

5,729,147

7,004,094

7,790,786

$137,286,671

$173,361,395

$175,663,766

$167,886,314

$165,401,164

Total

Figure 22 TOTAL RESEARCH AWARDS FISCAL YEARS 2007-08 THROUGH 2011-12

200 175 150

Millions

173,361,395

175,663,766

125

167,886,314

165,401,164

100 75

137,286,671

50 25 0

2007-08

2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

2011-12

FISCAL YEAR

NOTE: As of FY 2008, contributions from the University of Georgia Research Foundation (research and royalty payments and indirect [F&A] cost returns) will no longer be included as sponsored awards; therefore, UGARF data have been omitted from these totals. Source: Sponsored Programs, Office of the Vice President for Research

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TOTAL SPONSORED AWARDS BY AGENCY FISCAL YEAR 2011-12 General Research

Funding Source

Agricultural Experiment Stations

Public Service

Instruction

Cooperative Extension

Total

Federal Agencies Centers for Disease Control CESU - Gulf

$

410,116

CESU - Piedmont

545,476

National Aeronautics & Space Admin

833,809

National Endowment for Arts

$

$ 35,000

20,292,730

17,200

6,301,280

758,498

Small Business Administration

12,000

12,000

5,331,425

5,331,425

288,823

2,838,823

149,620 2,550,000

2,835,118

13,935,963

30,000

1,518,805

US Department of Army

280,972 403,000

US Department of Education

977,324 5,351,854

24,798,244 4,920,977 150,000 280,972

2,228,974

US Department of Defense

27,700

2,256,674

3,466,519

1,397,712

5,841,555

613,738

6,596,515

535,000

633,022

1,564,234

403,000 630,923

US Department of Health & Human Svcs

396,212

US Department of Interior

716,578

238,170

US Department of State

419,422

477,900

US Environmental Protection Agency

155,431

US Nuclear Regulatory Commission

298,598

Total Federal Agencies Foundation/Other1

6,478,358

4,920,977 150,000

Veterans' Administration Medical Center

27,439,043

149,620

US Department of Air Force

US Department of Energy

86,535

57,751

Peace Corps

US Department of Agriculture/Hatch

597,676

43,120,512

57,751

US Agency for International Development

475,116

15,000

National Science Foundation

US Department of Commerce

$

833,809 386,089

US Department of Agriculture

$

15,000 42,734,423

Smithsonian Institution

65,000

253,682

National Institutes of Health National Security Agency

$

253,682

109,115

22,000

976,748

12,500

277,046

897,322 298,598

91,798

91,798

79,597,888

28,869,347

4,790,017

10,690,830

6,530,058

130,478,140

4,730,380

7,590,885

53,842,801

29,563,790

8,200,753

3,756,993

International Organizations

1,040,101

538,400

183,487

Private Industrial

4,119,599

1,350,435

87,580

State Agencies

5,792,716

1,998,070

74,044

4,037,642

292,423

4,037,642 $ 124,151,736

292,423 $ 41,249,428

30,000

1,791,988

1,122,705

324,244

7,004,563

12,939,217

1,582,651

22,386,698

13,864,912

785,511

133,775

19,114,263

14,129,984 $ 23,022,105

785,511 $ 30,268,643

133,775 $ 16,191,613

19,379,335 $ 234,883,525

Other UGA Related UGA Athletic Association University of Georgia Foundation2 Total Other UGA Related3 Grand Total

265,072

265,072

1 Includes entities classified by UGA as "Counties and Cities", "Private Foundations", "Endowments", "Other States", "Sales and Services", and "Private - Other". 2

Includes gifts for research, endowment payments, and construction funds.

3

Excludes gifts for research, royalties, research project support, and the UGARF 10% indirect cost return to departments.

Source: Sponsored Programs, Office of the Vice President for Research

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TOTAL SPONSORED AWARDS BY MAJOR UNIT FISCAL YEAR 2011-12*

Budgetary Unit

General Research

Agricultural Experiment Stations

Instruction

$

$ 38,615,178

$

Public Service

Cooperative Extension

Total

Colleges/Schools Agricultural & Environmental Sci Arts & Sciences Business Cooperative Extension Service

964,329 50,526,392

397,850

1,051,954 185,466

184,373

$

128,043

1,306,263

235,294

3,206,845

35,000

1,234,305

-8,201

$

377,461

$ 40,269,384 52,465,799 4,293,799

13,238,331

14,649,901

Ecology

2,244,099

91,712

67,500

2,403,311

Education

5,063,399

2,805,509

5,269,694

13,138,602

54,000

54,446

138,200

Family & Consumer Sciences

Environment & Design

2,173,056

580,023

2,477,584

2,205,481

7,436,144

Forestry & Natural Resources

8,462,356

234,837

18,343

309,290

9,024,826

50,237

321,494

337,099

958,240

2,335,866

3,294,106

99,469

6,767,372

Journalism & Mass Comm Law Pharmacy

6,373,628

243,927

Public Health

3,977,658

127,500

Public & International Affairs Social Work Veterinary Medicine

50,348 75,140

767,261

708,830

44,550

1,091,730

159,039 18,174,465

2,162,730

246,646

84,620

6,387,578 1,858,991

93,748

-179,009

73,778

385,230

4,286,981

22,931,296

Other UGA Units Affirmative Action Auxiliary Services

2,600 48,500

48,500

GHSU/UGA Medical Partnership Office of the President

2,600

30,558 50,000

30,558

2,550

52,550

Sr VP Academic Affairs & Provost Units

2,348,498

460,014

Sr VP External Affairs Units Sr VP Finance & Admin Units

VP Research Units

5,221,673 58,510

11,500

9,735,065

933,722

1,397,712

2,331,434

86,034 154,068

$124,151,737

16,500

9,723,565 322,525 21,154,875

VP Student Affairs Units Grand Total

628,337

58,510

VP Instruction Units VP Public Serv & Outreach Units

1,768,324

9,703,336

10,025,861

14,286

21,255,195

17,150

171,218

$41,249,428 $23,022,105 $30,268,644 $16,191,613 $234,883,527

* Award dollars are provided to units based on the academic credit contributed by PIs, co-PIs and other senior project personnel. In previous years this report listed the dollars based on the management unit of the award. Source: Sponsored Programs, Office of the Vice President for Research

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SOURCES OF ALL PUBLIC SERVICE AND OUTREACH FUNDS FISCAL YEAR 2011-12

Budgetary Unit Resident Instruction Agricultural & Environmental Sciences Archway Partnership Project Arts & Sciences Business Carl Vinson Institute of Government Ecology Education Environment & Design Family & Consumer Sciences Forestry & Natural Resources Georgia Center (Auxiliary excluded) J. W. Fanning Institute for Leadership Journalism & Mass Communication Law Pharmacy Public Health Public & International Affairs Social Work Small Business Development Center State Botanical Garden of Georgia Veterinary Medicine Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs & Provost Vice President for Instruction Vice President for Public Service & Outreach Total Resident Instruction Marine Extension Service Athens and Tifton Veterinary Labs Cooperative Extension Service* Forestry Cooperative Extension Service Total Public Service and Outreach Funds Percent of Total

State Appropriated Funds

Sales, Services, and Fees

$

$

952,131 1,178,228 164,839 382,879 5,410,526 64,276 1,688,527 1,608,751 250,902 3,823,629 2,028,213 594,297 566,890 984,010 27,577 454,257 3,622,336 1,512,774 33,858,245

1,684,859 $ 60,858,146 1,180,737

10,505

$

3,279,339

Total Public Service and Outreach $

97,023 29,833,416 4,099,204 27,201 10,269,795 231,535 1,658,839 172,959 202,597 393,187 1,076,612 458,831 25,265 1,942,299 1,283,464 2,017,712 4,230,634 326,286 1,433,759

4,233,951 1,642,997 653,655 32,021,263 14,179,574 145,228 12,685,803 409,091 3,479,792 450,445 4,289,748 4,638,327 1,707,114 1,118,305 1,252,774 2,028,162 1,435,144 2,490,249 7,926,357 2,203,671 40,178,901

368,293 1,179,962

368,293 1,179,962

58,800

1,754,164

$ 16,947,816 $ 64,667,009 $ 142,472,971 470,404 371,196 2,022,337 539,255 5,593,896 6,133,151 35,113,168 5,263,996 1,915,525 42,292,689 497,202 101,914 344,053 943,168 $ 97,649,253 $ 23,323,384 $ 72,891,679 $ 193,864,316 50.4% 12.0% 37.6% 100.0%

* Includes Federal Smith-Lever funds Source: Vice President for Public Service and Outreach

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2,481 464,769 391,793 1,804,968 4,669,845 53,751 727,481 177,556 212,202 26,585 263,522 2,216,928 36,205 92,584 243,499 58,286 151,681 18,280 73,387 364,610 4,886,897

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HISTORY OF FUNDRAISING FISCAL YEARS 1978 - 2012

UGA Foundation

UGA

Georgia Student Educational Fund

1978

1,729,386

8,420,409

667,552

242,366

11,059,713

1979

2,582,307

7,002,926

853,051

198,506

10,636,790

1980

3,402,348

11,606,951

1,069,656

1981

3,331,169

9,219,443

2,748,464

1982

5,556,163

9,971,281

3,130,620

373,229

232,759

19,264,052

1983

5,133,268

13,655,651

3,476,928

370,519

172,099

22,808,465

Fiscal Year

Arch Foundation

Joint Tech/Georgia Development Total UGA Other* Fund Contributions

338,976

241,777

16,320,732

231,699

15,869,751

1984

9,681,219

12,910,124

3,847,000

476,072

177,471

27,091,886

1985

24,054,680

17,574,797

4,085,192

622,403

151,765

46,488,837

1986

12,644,211

18,791,252

4,394,188

581,985

179,842

36,591,478

1987

8,848,621

5,818,047

4,390,013

797,435

190,912

20,045,028

1988

9,448,864

5,184,590

4,617,761

665,985

192,066

20,109,266

1989

9,306,518

7,515,184

4,763,837

1,058,957

179,090

22,823,586

1990

18,601,037

7,760,063

4,928,056

459,516

160,131

31,908,803

1991

13,268,809

11,836,847

5,021,212

996,917

160,264

31,284,049

1992

15,243,445

11,103,856

5,000,564

545,939

160,139

32,053,943

1993

23,435,284

16,373,700

5,339,520

470,105

92,568

45,711,177

1994

14,309,927

12,246,328

4,986,966

766,203

144,860

32,454,284

1995

16,216,697

10,488,603

5,859,233

319,676

44,199

1996

19,362,563

7,550,780

6,418,346

275,910

32,928,408 33,607,599

1997

42,396,086

8,970,374

7,248,448

301,917

58,916,825

1998

23,082,033

9,827,914

8,084,316

520,532

41,514,795

1999

32,310,124

11,800,200

8,805,410

1,016,035

53,931,769

2000

26,967,910

10,639,324

10,181,466

523,993

48,312,693

2001

33,238,528

8,971,993

10,665,055

1,571,916

54,447,492

2002

32,775,680

15,739,873

12,699,323

1,572,250

62,787,126

2003

45,452,213

10,469,868

15,455,176

670,912

72,048,169

2004

42,313,103

15,099,891

19,566,501

838,564

77,818,059

2005

58,309,663

12,017,095

25,522,241

1,068,277

96,917,276

2006

43,556,639

26,110,776

12,188,309

25,317,487

1,164,635

108,337,846

2007

34,790,964

27,870,617

15,199,483

26,620,819

1,948,455

106,430,338

2008

32,194,387

21,088,957

19,102,301

29,912,192

1,568,727

103,866,564

2009

30,727,867

15,403,228

36,049,713

27,358,305

1,257,435

110,796,548

2010

44,852,972

17,655,990

9,520,782

26,660,663

3,240,404

101,930,811

2011

27,060,870

15,048,521

10,234,243

28,037,228

45,862,950

126,243,812

59,779,923

13,758,467

27,443,931

1,751,133

102,733,454

2012

* Includes 4-H Foundation, Botanical Garden, Springfield Legacy Foundation, etc. Note: The Joint Tech/Georgia Development Fund program was disbanded during 1994 - 95. Source: Financial Services, External Affairs

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UNIVERSITY BUILDINGS BY MAJOR USE ATHENS CAMPUS FALL 2012 Principal Use of Buildings

Number of Buildings

Administration

10

194,624

1.2%

Academic

Gross Area Square Feet*

% Total Square Footage

166

7,009,363

43.9%

Public Service

37

529,827

3.3%

Residential

76

2,894,222

18.1%

Student Services

28

1,130,491

7.1%

University Support

141

4,208,868

26.4%

TOTAL

458

15,967,395

100.0%

* Does not include leased space.

NUMBER OF ROOMS BY BASIC ROOM TYPE ATHENS CAMPUS FALL 2012 Room Use

Number*

Classrooms

366

Teaching Laboratories

171

Open Laboratories

402

Research Laboratories

1,546

Offices

7,948

* Does not include leased space.

UTILIZATION OF INSTRUCTIONAL FACILITIES FALL 2012

Facilities

Hours Used/Week

Average Class Size Per Room

Classrooms

20

65

40

Teaching Laboratories

16

58

20

Source: Office of Institutional Research

92

% Student Stations Occupied When Room Is In Use


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SPACE ASSIGNMENT BY ROOM USE AND BUILDING LOCATION (SQUARE FEET) FALL 2012

Athens Campus

Room Use Classroom

385,082

Laboratory

1,456,787

Office

1,933,521

Study

474,472

Special Use

805,682

General Use

896,007 3,056,289

Supporting Health Care

College Station

Coastal Plain Station

Building Location Agricul Georgia Branch Station Stations

970

15,445

107,019

221,635

118,962

5,780

60,645

48,854

2,925

10,131

378,134

225,593

74,492

5,698

21,241

17,113

24,823

88,952

Coop Extension Service

Other

Total

1,265

41,855

444,617

40,969

22,150

207,540

2,175,062

10,986

42,866

263,903

2,366,555

212

8,860

496,600

230,458

8,852

165,792

1,889,003

13,328

315,984

53,635

1,323,006

66,493

43,655

62,391

69,728

3,412,331

80,784

2,664

3,769

2,549

89,766

Residential

1,687,323

20,352

11,395

2,832

43,781

152,997

87,929

2,006,609

Nonassignable

5,479,172

64,917

111,152

111,507

39,328

149,559

191,093

6,146,728

16,255,119

609,387

744,508

465,829

422,505

760,045

1,092,884

20,350,277

Total

SPACE ASSIGNMENT BY PROGRAM CLASSIFICATION AND BUILDING LOCATION (SQUARE FEET) FALL 2012

Program Class

Athens Campus

College Station

Instruction

1,910,776

2,224

Organized Research

Coastal Plain Station

Building Location Agricul Georgia Branch Station Stations

Coop Extension Service

25,230

Other

Total

216,741

2,154,971

1,327,257

528,403

579,689

285,705

316,075

13,799

377,040

3,427,968

Public Service

463,220

881

2,927

6,331

4,121

586,477

89,529

1,153,486

Academic Support

932,096

5,466

17,189

5,573

60,584

1,020,908

94

133,597

3,196,509

4,543

24,300

3,231,525

Student Services

3,059,463

2,955

400

Institutional Support

3,080,709

10,007

44,569

Indep Operations Nonassignable Total

2,426

19,867

305

47,530 15,451

18,182

5,479,172

64,917

111,152

111,507

39,328

149,559

191,093

6,146,728

16,255,119

609,387

744,508

465,829

422,505

760,045

1,092,884

20,350,277

Source: Office of Institutional Research

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BUILDING SUMMARY BY YEAR OF COMPLETION ATHENS CAMPUS FALL 2012

Number of Buildings

Year Pre-1910 1910-1959 1960-1984 1985-1994 1995-2004 2005-2012** TOTAL

40 98 140 54 91 34 457

Total Gross Square Feet* 697,266 3,293,115 4,662,731 1,511,757 3,970,352 1,751,911 15,887,132

Percent of Total Square Footage 4.4 % 20.7 29.3 9.5 25.0 11.0 100.0 %

* Does not include leased space and space in some buildings acquired by the University after construction. ** Does not include Rutherford Hall which is scheduled for completion in 2013.

Figure 23 DISTRIBUTION OF SPACE BY BUILDING AGE ATHENS CAMPUS FALL 2012

76-100 YRS 5.6%

0-10 YRS 22.1%

100+ YRS 4.8%

11-25 YRS 20.5% 51-75 YRS 20.1%

26-50 YRS 26.9%

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ACADEMIC AND ADMINISTRATIVE BUILDINGS DATE OF INITIAL OCCUPANCY ATHENS CAMPUS, FALL 2012 Building Name Aderhold Hall Administration Building* Ag and Environmental Services Laboratory Automotive Center Auxiliary Services Warehouse Baldwin Hall* Barrow Hall* Barrow Hall Lab - 1936*; Addition - 1952* Biological Sciences* Biological Sciences Addition - 1972 Bishop House (1837)* Bolton Hall Botanical Garden Visitor Center/Conservatory Horticultural Complex - 2010 Boyd Graduate Studies Research Center Broad Street Studio 1 (1955)* Broad Street Studio 2 (1949)* Broad Street Studio 3 (1949)* Brooks Hall* Brooks Hall Addition - 1972 Business Services (1939)* Business Services Annex (1948)* Butts-Mehre Heritage Hall Expansion and Renovation - 2011 Caldwell Hall Campus Mail Candler Hall* Cedar Street Art* Center for Applied Genetic Technologies Center for Applied Isotope Study Central Research Stores Ceramics Building Chapel* Chemistry* Chemistry Addition - 1971; Annex - 1997 Chicopee Complex (1847)* Child Development Lab* Child Development Lab Addition - 1970 Clark Howell Hall* Cobb House (1938)* Coliseum Training Facility Complex Carbohydrate Research Center Conner Hall* Conner Hall Renovation - 1975 Consumer Research Center* Cooperative Extension Service* Dawson Hall* Dawson Hall Addition - 1971 Dean Rusk Hall (Date Constructed) * 50 years old and older

Initial Occupancy 1971 1907 1997 1971 2002 1938 1911 1960 1942 1963 1985 1968 2001 2001 2001 1924 1967 1969 1987 1981 1992 1901 1948 2002 1981 1969 2010 1832 1960 1980 1940 1937 1990 2007 2003 1908 1975 1940 1937 1932 1996

Building Name Demosthenian Hall* Denmark Hall* Driftmier Engineering Center Ecology Edgar L. Rhodes Ctr for Animal & Dairy Sci Environmental Health Science* Family Housing Office Family Science Center I* Family Science Center II* Fine Arts* Fine Arts Scenery Workshop - 1988 Foley Field Baseball Stadium Food Science* Forest Resources* Forest Resources Additions - 1968, 1992 Forestry Utilization Lab and Greenhouse Fred C. Davison Life Sciences Complex Garden Club of Georgia* Garden Club of Georgia Headquarters Geography/Geology* Geology Hydrothermal Lab* Georgia Center for Continuing Education* Georgia Center Additions - 1966, 1989 Georgia Center Auditorium - 1991 Georgia Museum of Art Georgia Museum of Art Expansion - 2010 Gilbert Hall (1939)* Gilbert Hall Addition - 1973 Greenhouse Complex Hardman Hall* Hoke Smith Annex* Holmes/Hunter Academic* Housing Research Center* Human Resources (1951)* Instructional Plaza International Education Building (1964) International Ed Building Renovation - 2011 Jackson Street Building* J. W. Fanning Building Joe Brown Hall* Journalism Journalism Renovation - 2010 Law School* Law School Add. - 1967; Library Add. - 1981 Law School Renovation - 2011 LeConte Hall* Library, Main: Ilah Dunlap Little* Library, Main Addition - 1974 Library, Science: Boyd Graduate Studies

Initial Occupancy 1824 1901 1966 1974 1998 1939 1970 1940 1940 1941 1990 1959 1938 1991 1991 1857 1998 1960 1962 1956

1995 1942 1969 1918 1940 1831 1940 1971 1989 1967 1961 2002 1932 1968 1932

1938 1952 1968

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CONT'D: ACADEMIC AND ADMINISTRATIVE BUILDINGS, FALL 2012 Building Name

Initial Occupancy

Life Sciences Fermentation Plant Livestock Instructional Arena Lucy Cobb (1858)* Lucy Cobb-Carriage House (1808)* Lucy Cobb-Margaret Hall (1898)* Lucy Cobb-Carl Vinson Hall Lucy Cobb-Seney-Stovall Chapel (1882)* Lumpkin House* Lustrat House* Main Art Building Marine Sciences/Dance* Addition - 1969 Meigs Hall* Memorial Hall* Military* Milledge Hall* Miller Hall - Hlth Sci Campus (1917)* Miller Plant Sciences Moore College* Music Building New College* New College Renovation - 2010 Old College* Park Hall* Park Hall Addition - 1970 Paul D. Coverdell Ctr for Biomed. & Hlth Sci. Peabody Hall* Performing Arts Center Pharmacy South Phi Kappa Hall* Physics* Addition - 1969; Renov. & Expansion - 2009 Poultry Diagnostic and Research Center* Addition - 1998 Poultry Science* President's House (1856)* President's House Renovations* - 1956, 2010 Printing Psychology Ramsey Student Physical Activities Center Rankin M. Smith, Sr. Stud Athl Acad Center Richard B. Russell Special Collections Library Riverbend Research North Riverbend Research South River's Crossing (1972) (Date Constructed) * 50 years old and older

Source: Office of Institutional Research

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1992 2001 1954 1954 1954 1991 1954 1850 1847 2008 1928 1905 1923 1931 1921 2011 1972 1874 1995 1823 1806 1938 2006 1913 1995 2009 1834 1959 1953 1960 1949 1977 1968 1995 2002 2012 1974 1989 1996

Building Name Robert C. Wilson Pharmacy Building Russell Hall - Hlth Sci Campus (1973) Sanford Hall Sanford Stadium* Expansion - 1967; Additions - 1981, 1991 Snelling Hall* Renovation - 1969; Addition - 1979 Soil Testing Lab Soil Testing Lab Addition - 1989 Statistics/Computing Services/Museum* Statistics/ Computing Svcs Addition - 1970 Museum Addition - 1990 Museum Annex A - 1968; Annex B - 1969 Stegeman Coliseum Stegeman Coliseum Renovation - 2010 Tanner Building (1912)* Tate Expansion Tate Student Center Tennis Hall of Fame Terrell Hall* Thomas Street South (1890)* Thomas Street Studio Thomas Street Sculpture Training and Development Center Training and Dev. Ctr Addition - 1999 Treanor House (1850)* Tucker Hall* University Bookstore University Bookstore Addition - 1987 University Foundation Building (1964) University Health Center University Health Center Addition - 2009 Veterinary BioResources Facility Veterinary Medicine* Veterinary Medicine Additions - 1973, 1979 Veterinary Medicine Animal Resources Veterinary Medicine Diagnostic Lab - Athens Visitors Center / Four Towers* Waddel Hall* Wildlife Health Winnie Davis Hall - Hlth Sci Campus (1902)* Wray-Nicholson House (1860)* Zell B. Miller Learning Center 240 S. Hull Street (1910)* 290 S. Hull Street (1910)*

Initial Occupancy 1964 2011 1997 1929 1940 1970 1958

1964 1997 2009 1983 1984 1904 1967 1976 1992 1984 1990 1961 1968 1990 1997 2004 1949 1991 2001 1937 1821 1971 2011 2000 2003 2002 2002


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MAJOR BUILDING PROJECTS BY DATE OF COMPLETION 2011 - 2012 Date Completed

Project

Federal Funds

University & State Funds ae

Family Housing Building "M" Renovation

2/2011

Butts-Mehre Expansion and Renovation

5/2011

NW Precinct Infrastructure

5/2011

4,000,000

b

PVAC Fire Code Improvements

6/2011

615,000

m

615,000

Mary Lyndon Hall Renovation

7/2011

3,000,000

ae

3,000,000

International Education Renovation

8/2011

1,000,000

ig

1,000,000

NW Precinct Central Utility Plant

8/2011

5,975,000

b

8,500,000

2,525,000

ig

3,800,000

ig

Law School Renovations

1,200,000

Total Project Costs

Other Funds

9/2011

TOTAL 2011

1,200,000 39,500,000

$0

a

39,500,000 4,000,000

3,800,000

$22,115,000

$39,500,000

$61,615,000

University Childcare Center (Health Sciences Campus)

1/2012

1,975,000

ig

Richard B. Russell Building Special Collections Library

2/2012

31,400,000

b

Jackson Street / Visual Arts Building Renovation

7/2012

10,000,000

ig

Rock Eagle, Sutton Hall Renovations

6/2012

700,000

m

700,000

Health Sciences Campus Renovations, Phase 1 (Miller Hall, Russell Hall, Winnie Davis Hall) Oglethorpe Dining Commons Expansion/Renovation

8/2012

11,400,000

ig

11,400,000

8/2012

2,700,000

TOTAL 2012

a

Athletic Association

ae

Auxiliary Enterprises

$0

1,975,000 15,250,000

p

46,650,000 10,000,000

ae

2,700,000

$58,175,000

$15,250,000

b

Bond

m

ig

Internal UGA Gen Funds

p

$73,425,000

MRR Funds

Private Gifts

Source: Senior Vice President for Finance and Administration

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MAJOR BUILDING PROJECTS CURRENTLY UNDER CONSTRUCTION, FALL 2012 Estimated Completion Federal Date Funds

Project Vet Med Pathology Lab Renovation

11/2012

Memorial Hall Dean of Students Renovation

12/2012

University & State Funds

Other Funds

2,300,000

m

1,300,000

ig

1,700,000

ig

Total Project Costs 3,600,000 2,500,000

800,000

ae

Psychology/Journalism Sprinkler Installation

12/2012

1,000,000

m

1,000,000

Rock Eagle Cabin Replacement, Phase I

1/2013

2,500,000

sa

2,500,000

8,750,000

ig

9,400,000

Health Sciences Campus Renovations, Phase II (Scott Hall, Rhodes Hall)

8/2013

Rutherford Hall Reconstruction

8/2013

650,000

TOTAL

ae

21,750,000 $0

$19,000,000

re

$21,750,000

21,750,000 $40,750,000

AUTHORIZED PROJECTS IN DESIGN PHASE, FALL 2012 Federal Funds

Project Alumni Center Complex

University & State Funds 30,000,000

Other Funds u

30,000,000

Bamboo Farm Visitors Center

1,000,000

Bolton Dining Commons Replacement

26,700,000

DW Brooks Drive, Phase IV

1,200,000

Veterinary Medical Learning Center TOTAL

ae

Auxiliary Enterprises

$0

m

ig

2,500,000

sa b

$111,500,000

u

ig

Internal UGA Gen Funds

re

Real Estate Foundation

p

p

$43,700,000

Private Gifts

Bond

26,700,000 1,000,000

2,500,000 15,000,000

sa

p

1,000,000

12,800,000

MRR Funds

b

Source: Senior Vice President for Finance and Administration

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12,800,000

65,000,000

re

1,200,000 1,000,000

Rock Eagle Cabin Replacement, Phase II

p

m

Forestry Whitehall Building Health Sciences Campus Renovations, Phase III (Wright Hall, Pound Hall, Hudson Clinic)

Total Project Costs

State Appropriated

UGA Foundation

80,000,000 $155,200,000


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UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LAND HOLDINGS AS OF JUNE 30, 2012 Land Holdings County Acreage The University of Georgia Campus Main Campus Clarke 759 Health Sciences Campus Clarke 56 Related Areas Clarke/Oconee 749 Total Acres 1,564 Botanical Garden Clarke/Oconee 319 College Station Double Bridges Farm Clarke/Oglethorpe 233 Dairy Cattle Rsrch Farm (Sams) Clarke/Oglethorpe 557 Animal Science Farm Clarke 226 Poultry Research Center Clarke 85 Beef Cattle Rsrch Farm (Clarke) Clarke 109 Beef Cattle Rsrch Farm (Wilkins) Oglethorpe/Wilkes 877 Plant Sci Farm-Hort (Durham) Oconee 90 Plant Sci Farm-Agron (DeKalb) Oconee 377 Smith Seed and Gin Oconee 3 Total Acres 2,557 Georgia Research and Education Centers Georgia Mountain Union 414 Northwest Georgia Floyd 904 Northwest Georgia Gordon 687 Central Georgia Putnam 1,605 Central Georgia Morgan 95 Central Georgia - Loyd Farm Jasper 209 Attapulgus Research Farm Decatur 293 Southeast Georgia Burke 724 Southwest Georgia Sumter 514 Total Acres 5,445 Georgia Station Main Areas Spalding 950 Cowan Farm Spalding 56 Pike County Farm Pike 81 Bledsoe Farm Pike 151 Nix Property Pike 53 Total Acres 1,291 Coastal Plain Station Main Areas Tift 1,871 Bowen Farm Tift 75 Gibbs Farm Tift 311 Lang Farm Tift 156 Ponder Farm Tift 201 Rigdon Farm Tift 96 Ponder Farm Worth 104

Land Holdings Cortona Italy Oxford England San Luis Costa Rica 286 Oconee Street (Hodgson Oil) Hardin/Miller Stiles Properties Interim Medical Partnership Library Repository Facility School of Ecology, Broad River WNEG, Toccoa

Land Holdings (cont.) Range Grazing Station (Alapaha) Hampton Farm Vidalia Onion & Vegetable Research Center/Page Nursery Total Acres Cooperative Extension Service Bamboo Farm & Coastal Gdns Rock Eagle 4-H Center 4-H Youth Development Ctr Wahsega 4-H Camp Total Acres College of Arts & Sciences Marine Res-Fisheries Ext, Brunswick Singer-Moye Indian Mound Complex Total Acres School of Ecology Horseshoe Bend - Ecology Rsch Odom Watershed Marshlands McGarity Wetlands Total Acres School of Forestry & Natural Resources Oconee Forest Park Whitehall Forest & An Support Flds Nathaniel D. Arnold Memorial Bishop F. Grant Memorial Forest Hardman Memorial Forest Park Thompson Mill Forest Satilla River Forest Watson Springs Forest Cohutta Fisheries Center Wheatley Forest Total Acres College of Veterinary Medicine Barnett Shoals Farm Avian Medicine - S. Milledge Poultry Diagnostic & Research Ctr PDRC - Sikes Farm Riverbend Farm Animal Diagnostic Lab Wiley Farm Total Acres Total UGA Land Holdings

Various UGA Affiliated Foundations

County

Clarke Clarke Clarke Clarke Madison Stephens

Acreage 2 1 169 3 70 5 4 112 5

Source: Senior Vice President for Finance and Administration

Land Holdings (cont.) School of Forestry & Natural Resources Echols County Effingham County Grady County Jackson County Lee/Sumter Counties Lowndes County Total UGA Affiliated Foundations

County Berrien Irwin Toombs

Acreage 2,804 255 142 6,015

Chatham Putnam Jasper Lumpkin

Glynn Stewart

Clarke Madison Camden Jasper

50 1,392 145 30 1,617 3 146 149 61 151 1,162 137 1,511

Clarke Clarke Clarke/Oconee Morgan/Putnam Jackson Jackson Camden Greene Whitfield Lee/Sumter

114 968 28 12,615 462 318 1,517 590 64 2,494 19,170

Clarke Clarke Clarke Clarke Clarke Tift Oconee

120 21 31 8 51 31 209 471 40,109

County

Acreage

Echols Effingham Grady Jackson Lee/Sumter Lowndes

96 3,306 1,070 13 2,516 530 7,902

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1

0110

0121

Business Services

Business Services Annex

2131

0022

1001

1652

2215

0290

Ceramics

Chapel

Chemistry

Child Development Laboratory

Church Hall

Clark Howell Hall

C-3

D-4

B-2

1057

2211

Creswell Hall

B-4

1010

1043

Coop. Ext. Serv. - Hoke Smith

C-3

C-4

Dawson Hall

1011

Conner Hall

Davison Life Sciences Complex

1070

College of Veterinary Medicine

B-4

B-4

1687

Coliseum Training Facility

B-3

OFF MAP

B-3

B-3

C-4

C-3

C-1

D-4

E-7

F-6

D-3

E-7

B-4

C-1

E-7

E-7

C-1

F-6

A-4

C-1

C-1

A-2

C-2

C-3

A-6

B-2

B-3

C-1

D-3

C-3

B-1

D-2

B-3

B-6

C-4

B-5

Dan Magill Tennis Complex

1656

Cobb House

Club Sports Complex

2127

2122

1630

Cedar Street Art Building

Central Food Storage

2419

CCRC

Center for Applied Isotope Study

0031

1110

Carlton Street Deck

Campus Transit Facility

Candler Hall

2118

1637

Campus Mail/Environmental Safety

0046

2213

Brumby Hall

Caldwell Hall

0055

Brooks Hall

1671

1023

Boyd Graduate Studies

2438

2335

Botanical Garden Visitor’s Center

CAGTECH

2210

Bolton Dining Commons

Butts-Mehre Building

0032

2216

1000

Biological Sciences Building

Boggs Hall

1021

Barrow Hall

Bishop House

0050

2640

Bank of America Building

2119

Auxiliary Services

Baldwin Hall

1077

2907

AS Beef Cattle Building

2255

Alpha Psi Vet. Frat.

Animal Health Research Center

2232

D-4

B-3

2218

Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity

C-1

Alpha Chi Omega Sorority

0631

Administration Building

MAP

C-4 F-2

1060

Aderhold

Ag. and Environmental Sciences

BLDG#

NAME

0066

0620

0082

1691

0120

1042

0019

0043

2214

2622

1031

2415

1350

0756

0640

1693

1640

1002

2835

1040

1020

1685

0060

2238

1050

0766

2425

1632

1033

1510

1512-14

1698

1090

0044

0021

0045

BLDG#

Lake Herrick Pavilion

Kappa Sigma Fraternity

Journalism Building

Joseph E. Brown Hall

Joe Frank Harris Commons

J.W. Fanning Building

Intramural Fields Deck

Interior Design Studios

International Education Building

2440

2233

0062

0250

1511

1675

2972

0767

2219

Interim Medical Partnership Building 0033

Instructional Plaza

Human Resources

Hull Street Deck

Hugh Hodgson School of Music

Holmes/Hunter Academic Building

Hoke Smith Annex

Hodgson Oil Building

Hirsch Hall

Hill Hall

Henry Feild Tennis Stadium

Hardman Hall

Greenhouses

Greenhouse

Greek Park

Government Relations

Golf Course

Gilbert Hall

Georgia Museum of Art

Georgia Center for Cont Ed

Geography and Geology

Four Towers

Forestry Resources

Food Science Building

Foley Baseball Stadium

Fine Arts Building

Family Housing Office

Environmental Health Sciences

Environmental Design Studios

Greenhouse/Headhouse

Entomology

Electronics Shop

Ecology

East Village Deck

East Campus Village

East Campus Deck

Driftmier Engineering Center

Denmark Hall

Demosthenian Hall

Dean Rusk Hall

NAME

MAP

D-7

D-3

C-2

C-2

D-5

B-4

D-6

B-1

A-4

D-2

C-2

C-1

B-2

D-4

C-1

B-4

D-1

C-1

B-3

B-4

C-3

F-6

C-4

D-3

B-1

B-5

C-1

D-4

B-4

C-3

D-5

C-4

D-3

B-4

C-2

OFF MAP

C-4

B-1

F-6

C-3

C-4

D-5

E-5

D-5

C-5

C-1

C-1

C-2

NAME

Poultry Research

Poultry Disease Research Center

Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity

Physics Building

Physical Plant Grounds

Phi Kappa Hall

Phi Delta Theta Fraternity

Pharmacy South

Performing Arts Center Deck

Performing Arts

Peabody Hall

Payne Hall

Paul D. Coverdell Center

Parking Services

Park Hall

Painting Studios

Omega Tau Sigma Frat.

Old College

Oglethorpe House

Oglethorpe Dining Commons

Office of University Architects

North Campus Deck

New College

Myers Hall

Morris Hall

Moore College

Miller Plant Science

Miller Learning Center

Milledge Hall

Military Building Army ROTC

Memorial Hall

Mell Hall

Meigs Hall

McWhorter Hall

Mary Lyndon Hall

Marine Science / Phs Ed

Main Library

Lustrat House

Lumpkin House

Livestock Intructional Arena

Lipscomb Hall

Tennis Stadium

Lindsey Hopkins Indoor

Library Repository

Legion Pool

LeConte Hall

Law School Addition

Law Library Annex

Lamar Dodd School of Art

2300

2203

1003

1642

0020

2206

1038

1699

1692

0042

0270

1111

1511

0056

0768

2256

0130

2217

2257

0113

0122

0030

1222

2204

0025

1061

0081

0271

0061

0670

2209

0024

1515

1221

1030

0054

0632

1012

1504

2208

2623

2496

2604

0053

0043

0043

1694

BLDG#

MAP

B-6

E-1

D-3

C-3

D-4

C-1

D-3

C-4

D-4

D-4

C-1

D-2

C-4

D-5

C-2

B-1

B-5

C-1

B-3

B-3

C-1

D-1

C-1

B-3

B-2

C-1

C-4

C-2

D-2

C-2

C-2

B-2

C-1

E-5

B-3

C-3

C-2

C-1

C-3

B-7

B-2

B-4

C-7

B-2

C-2

C-1

C-1

D-4

1501

0280

2614

1690

1041

0064

2130

1013

BLDG#

1514

1701

0671

0019

1250

1657

2606

0023

2207

0672

0123

1673

1654

1130

2685

1010

1667

1139

1220

1643

2220

1621

0678

0058

1210

2212

1513

2639

2418

2125

Wray-Nicholson House

Women’s Soccer & Softball Complex

West Campus Deck

Waddell Hall

Vince Dooley Athletic Complex

Vet Med

0751

2136

0041

1069

Vehicle Transporation & Maintenance 1634

Vandiver Hall

University Health Center

US EPA

University Bookstore

UGA Police

Tucker Hall

Treanor House

Thomas Street Art Complex

Terrell Hall

Tau Epsilon Fraternity

Tate Student Center

Tanner Building

Student Athlete Academic Center

Stegeman Coliseum

Statistics & Computer Services

Staff Training & Devleopment

Speirs Hall

Spec Towns Track

South Campus Deck

Soule Hall

Snelling Dinning Commons

Sigma Delta Tau Sorority

Science Library

Sanford Stadium

Sanford Hall

Rutherford Hall

Russell Hall

Rooker Hall

River’s Crossing

Riverbend Research Lab South

Riverbend Research Lab North

Richard B. Russell Special Collections Library

Rhodes Animal Science Center

Reed Hall

Recording for the Blind

Ramsey Center

R. C. Wilson Pharmacy

Psychology Building

Printing Department

Poultry Science

NAME

MAP

B-1

A-5

A-3

C-1

B-4

C-4

E-7

E-5

D-5

E-1

C-2

D-1

D-4

B-3

D-1

C-1

D-3

C-2

C-1

B-4

B-4

D-3

D-1

C-3

A-4

B-3

C-3

C-4

A-4

C-3

C-2

C-2

C-3

A-2

E-5

E-1

E-6

E-6

B-2

B-6

D-2

B-2

D-5

C-4

C-2

D-4

D-3

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