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SHAW UNIVERSITY FACT BOOK Fourteenth Edition

2013 - 2014

Prepared by:

Office of Strategic Planning, Institutional Research and Effectiveness (OSPIRE) Shaw University 118 E. South Street Raleigh, North Carolina 27601 phone (919) 546-8417 fax (919) 546-8236 e-mail ospire@shawu.edu


Table of Contents Institutional Historical Overview of Shaw University Accreditation Degree Programs Offered, Classification of Instructional Program (CIP) Codes, and Accreditation Shaw University Mission Statement Expanded Statement of Purpose Institutional Priorities Shaw University Organizational Chart, 2014 Board of Trustees, 2014 Presidents of Shaw University Full-Time Instructional Faculty Characteristics, Fall 2009- 2013 Part-Time Instructional Faculty Characteristics, Fall 2009 - 2013 Institutional Profile, 2013-2014 Alma Mater The Shaw University Crest Shaw University National Alumni Association Executive Officers, 2012-2014 Shaw University National Alumni Association Regional Vice-Presidents 2012-2014 Alumni Chapters/Chapter Presidents Distinguished Alumni

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Admissions Tuition and Fees, Semester and Yearly Rates by Division, 2009 - 2014 First-Time Freshman, Undergraduate Transfer, and Graduate Student Admissions. Enrollment and Yield, Fall 2009-2013

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Table of Contents Enrollment Headcount Enrollment of First-Time Freshman by Home State, Fall 2009 - 2013 Headcount Enrollment of First-Time Freshman North Carolina Residents by Home County, Fall 2009 - 2013 Headcount Enrollment of First-Time Transfer Students by Type Of Institution Last Attended, Fall 2009 - 2013 Headcount Enrollment of First-Time Transfer Students by Location, Fall 2009 - 2013 In-State Undergraduate Transfer Students by Last School Attended, Fall 2009 - 2013 Out-of-State UndergraduateTransfers by State and School Last Attended, Fall 2009 - 2013 Headcount Enrollment by Division, College/School, Department and Major, Fall 2009 - 2013 Headcount Enrollment by Division and Gender, Fall 2009 - 2013 Headcount Enrollment by Full-time/Part-time Status, Fall 2009 - 2013 Headcount Enrollment by Division and Race/Ethnicity, Fall 2009 - 2013 Headcount Enrollment by Division and Age, Fall 2009 - 2013 Undergraduate Headcount Enrollment By Campus Location, Fall 2009 - 2013 Undergraduate Headcount Enrollment by Region, Fall 2009 - 2013 Undergraduate Headcount Enrollment by Home State, Fall 2009 - 2013 Undergraduate Headcount Enrollment Of North Carolina Residents By Home County, Fall 2009 2013 Undergraduate International Student Headcount Enrollment by Country, Fall 2009- 2013 Headcount Enrollment by Classification, Fall 2009 - 2013 Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) Enrollment by Classification, Fall 2009 - 2013 Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) Enrollment by Department and Major, Fall 2009 - 2013 Full-time Equivalent (FTE) Enrollment by Division and Location, Fall 2009 - 2013 Credit Hours Generated by Classification, Fall 2009 - 2013 Credit Hours Generated by Division and Location, Fall 2009 - 2013 Credit Hours Generated by Division, Department and Major, Fall 2009 - 2013 Students in University Housing, Fall 2009 - 2013

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Retention and Persistence Fall to Fall Retention Rates of First-time, Full-time Degree-seeking Freshmen by Year of Entry

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Fall to Fall Retention of First-Time, Full-Time Freshmen By Initial Major, 2008 - 2012 Cohorts Completion Rates of First-time, Full-Time Degree-Seeking Freshman by Year of Entry Completion Rates of Fall 2004 - 2008 First-Time, Full-Time Degree-Seeking Students by Inititial Major

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Degrees Conferred Degrees Conferred by Award Level and Field of Study, 2009 - 2014 Bachelor's Degrees Conferred by School Location, 2009 - 2014 Honorary Degrees Conferred, 1978 - 2014

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HISTORICAL OVERVIEW OF SHAW UNIVERSITY Shaw University, located in Raleigh, North Carolina is the oldest historically Black institution of higher learning in the south and among the oldest in the nation. Moreover, it is the first college in the nation to offer a four year medical program, the first historically Black college in the nation to open its doors to women, and the first historically Black college in North Carolina to be granted an “A” rating by the State Department of Public Instruction. The institution was founded in 1865 by Henry Martin Tupper, a native of Monson, Massachusetts and a graduate of Amherst College and Newton Theological Seminary. In 1866, it was named the Raleigh Institute. It was renamed The Shaw Collegiate Institute in 1870 to honor its chief benefactor, Elijah Shaw of Wales, Massachusetts. In 1875, the University was chartered as The Shaw University by an Act of the North Carolina General Assembly. Its original charter stipulates that "no pupil or pupils should ever be excluded from the benefits arising therefrom . . . on account of race, color, or previous conditions of servitude." The University is church-related. Originally, it was established to teach freedmen theology and Biblical interpretation. Within fifteen years of its founding, the institution began to broaden its curriculum, and within thirty years schools of medicine, law, and pharmacy were introduced. In 1873, the University erected the nation’s first dormitory for women on a coeducational campus. The building, named Estey Hall after its primary benefactor, Jacob Estey, was originally used as a residence hall and learning center for women who were initially trained in cooking, sewing, music, and the like. In 1973, the building was included in the National Register of Historic Places. In November 1893, Dr. Nicholas Franklin Roberts, a Shaw graduate, was appointed as the first AfricanAmerican acting president after the death of Dr. Tupper, and served in that capacity until March 1894. In 1931, the University elected its first African-American president, Dr. William Stuart Nelson, who served until 1936. In 1963, the University elected its first president alumnus of the school, Dr. James E. Cheek, who served through June 1969. Led by Ella Baker, class of 1927, The Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) was established on Shaw’s campus in 1960. In 1976, a task force was appointed to develop plans for what is now known as the Center for Alternative Programs in Education (CAPE), and beginning in 1980 eight extramural CAPE locations were established in addition to a Raleigh main campus.

World War II Study Shaw University led a research study to investigate why Black WWII veterans were overlooked for the Medal of Honor. The study concluded that racism was the reason Black soldiers did not receive the top military award. After citing its conclusion, the 272-page Shaw study went on to recommend and name ten soldiers whose military records warranted receipt of the Medal of Honor. In January 1995 the team's findings were delivered to Washington, D.C. In April 1996 the University received word that the Pentagon had chosen seven of the ten soldiers recommended in the study to receive the prestigious medal. All of those nominated had received less distinguished awards for their military service. President William Jefferson Clinton awarded the Medals of Honor on January 13, 1997. The

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Pentagon's reaction to the $320,585.00 federally funded study marked the third time in history the military has re-evaluated military records to award the Medal of Honor. Only one of the seven nominees, 1st Lt. Vernon Baker of St. Maries, Idaho, was alive to receive the medal. Those who received the Medal of Honor posthumously were: 1st Lt. Charles L. Thomas of Detroit; Pvt. George Watson of Birmingham, Ala.; Staff Sgt. Edward A. Carter Jr. of Los Angeles, CA; 1st Lt. John R. Fox of Boston; Pfc. Willy F. James Jr. of Kansas City, Kan.; and Staff Sgt. Ruben Rivers of Tecumseh, Okla.

Landmarks Shaw University has two buildings listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Estey Hall, erected in 1873, was the nation's first dormitory to house women on a coeducational campus. The Rogers-BagleyDaniels-Pegues House, built in 1855, was associated with several leading figures in local, state, and national history, including Sion Hart Rogers, a prominent local politician before the Civil War; Major William J. Bagley, a North Carolina senator during the Civil War; and Josephus Daniels, a journalist and the chief clerk of the Department of the Interior under president Grover Cleveland, the Secretary of the Navy during President Woodrow Wilson’s entire tenure in the White House, and an ambassador to Mexico during the first nine years of Franklin Roosevelt’s presidency. Dr. Albert Pegues, who purchased the house from the Bagley family, was a noted black educator, serving as dean of the Theological Department at Shaw University for ten years. In addition, Shaw is also located in East Raleigh South Park Historic District. The District is also listed in the National Register.

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Estey Hall Shaw University enrolled its first class of women in 1866. However, because there were no campus accommodations for them, female students lived off campus with families in the city. It became apparent that a dormitory was needed to house these students. Thus, Estey Hall was erected in 1873, and was used as a dormitory and learning center for women who were initially trained in cooking, sewing, music, and the like. The women’s department was originally referred to as Estey Seminary, however, there is no known documentation of the Seminary after 1893. It is presumed that after that date, women began to follow the same courses of study as men. Due to the deterioration of the building, its doors were closed by 1970. In 1973, the building was included in the National Register of Historic Places. In 1993, after renovations to the exterior and on the first and second floors, it was partially reopened. The building currently serves as a multi-purpose facility.

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Leonard Hall Shaw University’s Leonard Medical School is recognized as the first four-year medical school for African-American students in the country, and the first four-year medical school in North Carolina. The school’s complex was primarily comprised of three structures – a four story medical dormitory built to accommodate 75 men and erected around 1880; the Leonard Medical Building (now referred to as Leonard Hall), which was erected in 1881 and originally contained lecture rooms, dissecting rooms, an amphitheatre; and a 25 bed hospital, which was opened for the reception of patients in 1885. The hospital contained three wards and was capable of accommodating thirty patients. In 1910, the hospital was replaced by a more modern brick structure (now referred to as Tyler Hall), which opened to receive patients in 1912. Leonard Hall was then designated primarily for administering and teaching the prescribed course of study. From 1886 to 1914, there were 432 graduates of the medical school. In 1914, due to a lack of financial resources, Shaw University discontinued the four-year medical school and reduced the program to a premedical course. In 1986, the Leonard Hall was closed due to damage caused by a fire. It was later restored as part of a $3.6 million renovation with grant money from the Historically Black Colleges and Universities Fund, administered by the National Park Service, and was officially reopened on November 17, 2000 and currently serves as a multipurpose facility containing classrooms, faculty offices, computer lab, and a lecture hall. Tyler Hall was eventually transformed into a library. In 1968 it was converted into an administrative services building and currently houses offices for the Vice President for Fiscal Affairs, Bursar, Controller, Cashiers, Computer Center, and the Registrar. Source: Shaw’s Universe, 1973 by Wilmoth A. Carter

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ACCREDITATION Shaw University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) to award the associate, bachelor's, and master's degrees. Contact SACSCOC at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679- 4500 for questions about the accreditation of The Shaw University. Normal inquiries about Shaw University, such as admission requirements, financial aid, educational programs, etc., should be addressed directly to Shaw University and not to the SACSCOC office. The Shaw University Divinity School is accredited by The Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada [10 Summit Park Drive, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15275-113: Telephone number (412-788-6505 or 800-367-8250)] to award the Master of Divinity and Master of Arts in Christian Education degrees. The Athletic Training Education program is nationally accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE). The Kinesiotherapy Degree program is nationally accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP). The Social Work program is accredited by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE). The Teacher Education program is accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE), and is approved by the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI).

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Degree Programs Offered, Classification of Instructional Program (CIP) Codes, and Accreditation College of Arts and Sciences Department/Degree Program

CIP

Degrees Offered

Department of Humanities English English Education Liberal Studies Department of Mass Communications

23.0101 13.1305 24.0101

B.A B.A B.A

Mass Communications

9.0102

B.A

Accredited By:

Year of Last Review

Accredited Through

Department of Natural Sciences and Mathematics Biology Chemistry Mathematics

26.0101 40.0501 27.0101

B.S B.S B.S

38.9999

B.A

45.1001

B.A

45.0901 42.0101 45.1101

B.A B.A B.A

43.0104

B.A

Department of Visual and Performing Arts Visual and Performing Arts Concentration in: Music 50.0901

B.A

Department of Religion and Philosophy Religion and Philosophy Department of Social Sciences Political Science Concentration in: International Relations Psychology Sociology Concentration in: Criminal Justice

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Degree Programs Offered, Classification of Instructional Program (CIP) Codes, and Accreditation College of Graduate and Professional Studies Degrees Offered

Accredited By:

Year of Last Review

Accredited Through

Department of Allied Health Professions Adaptive Physical 51.2311 Education:Kinesiotherapy Athletic Training 51.0913

B.S

CAAHEP

2013

2018

B.S

CAATE

2013

Pending 2014

Communication Sciences and Disorders

51.0201

B.S

Exercise Science

31.0505

B.S

Recreation Management Recreational Therapy

31.0101 51.2309

B.S B.S

Department/Degree Program

CIP

Department of Business and Public Administration Business Administration Concentrations in: Accounting 52.0301 52.0201 Management 44.0401 Public Administration

B.S B.S B.A

Department of Computer Information Sciences Computer Information Systems Computer Science

11.0101 11.0701

B.S B.S

13.9999 13.1209

B.S. B.A

NCATE

2014

2019

13.0301 13.1202

M.S B.A

NCATE NCATE

2014 2014

2019 2019

44.0701

B.S.W

CSWE

2013

2020

Department of Education Early Child Development Birth-Kindergarten Education Curriculum and Instruction Concentration in: Early Childhood Education Elementary Education Department of Social Work Social Work

Shaw University Divinity School

Degree Program Divinity Christian Education

CIP

Degrees Offered

Accredited By:

Year of Last Review

Accredited Through

39.0602 39.0401

M.Div MACE

ATS ATS

2014 2014

2024 2024

CAAHEP - Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs CAATE - Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education NCATE - National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education CSWE - Council on Social Work Education ATS - The Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada

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Shaw University Mission Statement Shaw University exists to advance knowledge, facilitate student learning and achievement, to enhance the spiritual and ethical values of its students, and to transform a diverse community of learners into future global leaders. (Approved by the full Board on October 16, 2008)

Expanded Statement of Purpose Shaw University was founded in 1865 by the American Baptist Home Mission Society of the Baptist Church to provide theological education to freedmen after the Civil War. It is a private, coeducational, liberal arts institution of higher learning with the main campus located in Raleigh, North Carolina, and eight satellite campuses dispersed throughout the state. Shaw University is committed to providing educational opportunities to all segments of society without regard to race, creed, or ethnic origin. However, as the oldest historically African-American university in the south, it has maintained a special interest in the education of minorities from diverse backgrounds, with academic potential for success. Consistent with its motto, Pro Christo et Humanitate (For Christ and Humanity--that religion and learning may go hand in hand, and character grow with knowledge), Shaw University seeks to empower students with a sense of moral purpose based on Christian principles that provide guidance for intellectual and personal growth. Shaw University is committed to the transformative educational process of preparing graduates for citizenship in the twenty-first century workplace and for graduate or professional school, and seeks to instill in its students a philosophy that values lifelong learning, leadership, and service. In order to meet the challenges of a global society, Shaw University endeavors to develop graduates who are broadly educated in the liberal arts and sciences, possessing the knowledge and skills required of all disciplines, and the competencies associated with their chosen fields of study. Students who successfully complete undergraduate degree programs at Shaw University will demonstrate proficiency in critical and creative thinking, an ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; proficiency in mathematical reasoning skills, scientific inquiry, technological and information literacy, an awareness of and commitment to ethical judgment, awareness of global issues, knowledge of diverse human cultures, and a commitment to personal and social responsibility. Students enrolled in graduate degree programs will, upon graduation, be able to demonstrate advanced knowledge in their chosen discipline. The mission of Shaw University is to advance knowledge, facilitate student learning and achievement, to enhance the spiritual and ethical values of its students, and to transform a diverse community of learners into future global leaders, by providing quality educational programs and services to students that prepare graduates to lead productive lives and successful professional careers as citizens in a globally competitive society. Central to the accomplishment of this mission is the recruitment and retention of qualified faculty and staff, who possess the qualifications and expertise to actively support students in the learning process. The University demonstrates its commitment to teaching and learning by providing quality educational

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programs and services in a safe and supportive learning environment, which meet the needs of students, promotes personal growth and development, and fosters academic achievement and student success. In addition to teaching and learning, Shaw University strives to create and maintain an academic climate that promotes the scholarship of research and the pursuit of new knowledge through active research programs. The University also recognizes its responsibility to instill in students, the importance of making a difference, not only in their own lives, but in the lives of others, by partnering with local communities to provide services that improve the human condition and contribute to the betterment of society. (Approved May 7, 2010)

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Shaw University Institutional Priorities 1. Building Institutional Capacity to Support Teaching, Research and Service To develop institutional capacity through process and policy improvements related to academic, financial, human resource, and infrastructure planning and management in order to support teaching, research, and service. 2. Creating Financial Stability and Growth To promote fundraising and resource development within the institutional context of financial process improvements that includes effective policies and management practices. 3. Enhancing Student Success and Competitive Edge in Academic and Career Pursuits To enhance student success and improve retention by creating resources, training, and mentorship opportunities that support student career preparation integrated with their academic programs. 4. Creating Innovation and Development in Post-Secondary Education To develop innovative curriculum and instructional alternatives through technology use, curriculum enrichment, research enhancement, and curriculum support partnerships. 5. Enhancing Community Engagement and Service To build and promote an institutional community service culture that links with community partners to advance the teaching, research, and service mission of the University.

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Shaw University Organizational Chart, 2014

Approved by the Board of Trustees May 9, 2014

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BOARD OF TRUSTEES, 2014 Mr. Randolph Bazemore, Raleigh, NC President & Owner Horizon Labor Law Specialists, Inc. Dr. Joseph N. Bell, Jr., Chairman of the Board, Savannah, Georgia; President and Owner, HB Group, Inc. Mr. Thomas F. Darden, Raleigh, NC CEO, Cherokee Investment Partners, LLC Dr. George C. Debnam, Raleigh, NC Physician (Retired) Dr. Carolyn G. Ennis, Smithfield, NC Educator Dr. Willie E. Gary, Stuart, FL Attorney at Law, Sr. Partner, Gary, Williams and Parenti

Mr. Dallas Joseph, Chattanooga, TN VP of Finance and Operations, Baylor School Dr. John Kester, Abuja, Nigeria Managing Director,Vescorp Electronics, Ltd. Dr. Wilson Lacy, Fayetteville, NC Executive Director for Auxiliary Services Cumberland County Schools Dr. H. Donell Lewis, Raleigh, NC Founder/Chairman of the Board/President/CEO CCA Rehabilitation, Inc. and Associate Professor/NC Central University Dr. John H. Lucas, Durham, NC Member, NCAE/NEA Honorary Director Dr. Ol’Bunmi Peters, Abuja-Nigeria, West Africa Civil Engineer and International Entrepreneur

Dr. James A. Thornton, Brooklyn, NY Pastor, Salem Missionary Baptist Church Dr. David Walker, Stuart, FL Attorney at Law Dr. Ida Silver Wiggins, Peekskill, NY Educator (Retired) Dr. Lorenzo Williams, Fort Pierce, FL Attorney at Law, Gary, Williams and Parenti Mr. Sean N. Woodroffe, Montpelier, Vermont People Center at National Life Group EX-OFFICIO Rev. Linda Inman, Kernersville, NC President, Woman’s Baptist Home and Foreign Missionary Convention of NC Rev. Dr. Sherri L. Arnold-Graham, Raleigh, NC Executive Secretary, Woman’s Baptist Home and Foreign Missionary Convention of NC Miss Unique Staggers , Raleigh, NC President, Student Government Association Dr. Haywood Gray, Raleigh, NC Executive Secretary-Treasurer, General Baptist State Convention of NC, Inc. Dr. Howard W. Parker, Greenville, NC President, General Baptist State Convention of NC, Inc. Mr. Bobby Sanders, Raleigh, NC President, Faculty Senate Mr. James Shaw, Raleigh, NC President, National Alumni Association EMERITUS Dr. Stanley Alexander, Longwood, FL Real Estate and Insurance Broker Dr. Thomas J. Boyd, Brooklyn, NY, Pastor Emeritus, Salem Missionary Baptist Church Bishop Melvin E. Clark, Sr., Monaca, PA Pastor, Church in the Round Dr. C. R. Edwards, Knightdale, Pastor Emeritus , First Baptist Church, Fayetteville, NC Dr. W.B. Lewis, Raleigh, NC, Pastor First Cosmopolitan Baptist Church

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PRESIDENTS OF SHAW UNIVERSITY

Henry Martin Tupper Nickolas Franklin Roberts (Acting) Charles Francis Meserve Joseph Leishman Peacock William Stuart Nelson Robert Prentiss Daniel William Russell Strassner Nelson Herbert Harris (Acting) James Edward Cheek King Vergil Cheek J. Archie Hargraves Richard E. Fields (Acting) John Wilson Fleming (Interim) Stanley H. Smith John Harding Lucas Talbert Oscall Shaw Clarence Geno Newsome Dorothy Cowser Yancy (Interim) Irma McClaurin Dorothy Cowser Yancy Gaddis J. Faulcon (Interim)

1865-1893 1893-1894 1894-1919 1920-1931 1931-1936 1936-1950 1951-1961 1961-1963 1963-1969 1969-1971 1971-1976 1976-1977 1977-1978 1978-1986 1986-1987 1987-2002 2003-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 2011-2013 2014

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Full-time Instructional Faculty Characteristics, Fall 2009- 2013 2009-2010

2010-2011

2011-2012

2012-2013

2013- 2014

Undergraduate

91

106

93

96

93

Graduate

13

14

13

11

11

Undergraduate and Graduate

1

0

0

2

1

105

120

106

109

105

Black or African American

82

83

69

71

73

Asian

6

7

7

6

7

White

16

25

25

26

22

Hispanic or Latino

1

2

2

2

1

Amer Indian or Alaska Native

0

1

1

1

1

2 or more races

0

2

2

3

1

105

120

106

109

105

Male

68

70

60

61

56

Female

37

50

46

48

49

Total

105

120

106

109

105

Master's or other non-terminal degree

29

36

32

28

26

Ph.D or other terminal degree

76

84

74

81

79

Total

105

120

106

109

105

Percentage of FT instructional faculty with terminal degrees

72%

70%

70%

74%

75%

Full Professor

6

10

6

5

5

Associate Professor

30

30

25

28

25

Assistant Professor

50

63

59

60

61

Instructor

19

17

16

16

14

Total

105

120

106

109

105

Level of Instruction

Total Ethnicity

Total Gender

Education Level

Rank

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Part-time Instructional Faculty Characteristics, Fall 2009- 2013 2009-2010

2010-2011

2011-2012

20122013

20132014

126

113

113

70

56

Graduate

5

5

8

6

11

Undergraduate and Graduate

0

2

0

2

1

131

120

121

78

68

Male

76

70

70

39

31

Female

55

50

51

39

37

Total

131

120

121

78

68

Master's or other non-terminal degree

80

84

75

44

41

Ph.D or other terminal degree

51

36

46

34

27

39%

30%

38%

44%

40%

Level of Instruction Undergraduate

Total Gender

Education

Percentage of PT instructional faculty with terminal degrees

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Institutional Profile, 2013-2014 Acting President

Campus

Address

Dr. Gaddis J. Faulcon Main campus conveniently located in downtown Raleigh, Wake County. Approximately 139 miles from Charlotte, NC, 261 miles from Washington, DC and 380 miles from Atlanta, GA. Within 20 miles from Raleigh/Durham International Airport. Within 2 miles from Amtrak and Greyhound. Easy access to interstates 40, 85, and 95. Expanded educational opportunities via the College of Adult and Professional Education (CAPE) at nine (9) sites in North Carolina, including: Ahoskie, Asheville, Durham, Fayetteville, High Point, Kannapolis, Raleigh, Rocky Mount, and Wilmington. 118 East South Street Raleigh, North Carolina 27601-2341

Telephone number (Admissions and Recruitment)

(919) 546-8275/8276  1-800-214-6683

Website address

www.shawu.edu

Founded

1865

Founder

Dr. Henry Martin Tupper

Date of charter

March 19, 1875

NC Congressional District

Fourth

Civil Rights compliance number

43-0500

FICE identification number

002962

Tax exempt date

February 12, 1936

Type

Private, four-year, coeducational, church-related

Carnegie Classification

Baccalaureate Colleges—Diverse Fields

Affiliation

Baptist

Educational orientation

Liberal Arts

Geographic orientation

Urban

Instructional faculty, Fall Semester

Full-time - 105

Percent of full-time instructional faculty with terminal degree, Fall Semester

75%

Undergraduate headcount enrollment, Fall Semester

1,923

Graduate/First-Professional enrollment, Fall Semester

139

Total enrollment, Fall Semester

2,062

Undergraduate full-time equivalent (FTE) enrollment, Fall Semester Graduate/First-Professional FTE enrollment, Fall Semester Total FTE enrollment, Fall Semester

Part-time – 68

1,867 127 1,994

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ALMA MATER (Tune: “How Can I Leave Thee”)

Hail, Dear Old Shaw U Thy sons revere thy name, Long shall they works be proud Undimmed thy fame. Time shall thy praises sing, Glory repay thy tears, And loud thy praises ring Through all the years. Noble thy hallways, Noble thy grassy plain, Nobler the hearts of men Where thou dost reign. All we who love thy name, Stout hearts that shall not fail, All rise and loud proclaim, Alma Mater, Hail! Words by Harry Payne, Class of 1935

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THE SHAW UNIVERSITY CREST

Chestyn Everett, former “Mr. Versatility,” teacher, actor, artist, and director of the Shaw Players was commissioned during the presidency of Dr. James E. Cheek to create and design a crest that would serve as the official insignia of the university. The dove represents the university’s commitment to the Judeo-Christian faith. The olive branch emphasizes victory and the pursuit of excellence. The torch symbolizes the light that shows the pathway and devotion to truth. The human figures portray students entering and leaving. The stained glass pattern connotes the interrelation and inter-independence of religion and learning. School Motto: “Pro Christo Et Humanitate” Translation: For Christ and Humanity

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Shaw University National Alumni Association Executive Officers, 2012-2014 PRESIDENT

TREASURER

Mr. James Shaw ‘88 president@shawunaa.com

Mr. Mitchell Gibbs ‘81 treasurer@shawunaa.com

EXECUTIVE VICE-PRESIDENT

ASSISTANT TREASURER

Mrs. Vivian McCoy ‘82 executivevice-president@shawunaa.com

Ms. Denise Daley ‘04 Assistant-treasurer@shawunaa.com

RECORDING SECRETARY

PARLIAMENTARIAN

Mrs. Helen B. Best ‘76 secretary@shawunaa.com

Dr. Cynthia Williams Brown ‘81 parliamentarian@shawunaa.com

FINANCIAL SECRETARY

CHAPLAIN

Ms. Hazel Gibbs ‘69 Financial-secretary@shawunaa.com

Rev. Frederick Terry ‘55 chaplain@shawunaa.com

CORRESPONDING SECRETARY

IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT

Ms. Delphine Parker ‘07 Corresponding-secretary@shawunaa.com

Ms. Emily Perry ‘71

DIRECTOR OF ALUMNI RELATIONS Vacant

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Shaw University National Alumni Association Regional Vice Presidents

Northeastern US-Barbara J. McSweeney ‘58 Beejaye58@aol.com Virginia, District of Columbia, Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Maine, Vermont, West Virginia, New Hampshire, Kentucky, Massachusetts Southeastern US- Larry Williams ‘77 w.ejlawilliams@verizon.net South Carolina, Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, Arkansas, Kansas Western US-Jeanette Goza jusmejg@yahoo.com Illinois, Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Wisconsin, Missouri, California, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Washington, Oklahoma, Oregon, Colorado, Nevada, Alaska, Hawaii, Iowa, Idaho, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Utah, Wyoming. Northeastern NC- Cindy Brooks-Parks ‘98 Cindy1stclass@sister.com Caswell, Alamance, Chatham, Orange, Person, Durham, Granville, Vance, Warren, Franklin, Johnston, Halifax, Northampton, Hertford, Bertie, Wilson, Edgecombe, Martin, Washington, Tyrell, Dare, Chowan, Perquimans, Pasquotank, Pitt, Camden, Currituck, Nash, Gates, Wake Western NC- Gloria Hayes gghayes417@gmail.com Watauga, Avery, Mitchell, Allegany, Wilkes, Surry, Stokes, Forsyth/Winston-Salem, Yadkin, Caldwell, Alexander, Iredell, Davie, Davidson, Rockingham, Guilford, /Greensboro, Haywood, Swain, Madison, Yancey, Buncombe, McDowell, Rowan, Ashe, Clay, Graham, Macon, Jackson, Transylvania, Henderson, Polk Rutherford, Cleveland, Lincoln, Gaston, Cabarrus, Richmond, Anson, Montgomery, Stanley, Union, Mecklenburg/Charlotte, Cherokee Southeastern NC-OPEN Moore, Lee, Harnett, Wayne, Sampson, Pender, Duplin, Roberson, Carteret, Pamlico, Jones, Onslow, Lenoir, Bladen, New Hanover, Brunswick, Craven, Columbus, Cumberland, Moore, Scotland, Hoke

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2012-2014 Alumni Chapters/Chapter Presidents

CHICAGO

GREATER ATLANTA

Mrs. Cherie Meador’00 1000 West 15th St. #343 Chicago, IL 60608 cheriemeador@yahoo.com

Mr. Frank Bradley '72 P.O. Box 1552 Lilburn, GA 30048 404-754-2364 fobjr1972@att.net

DUPLIN COUNTY GREATER CHARLOTTE Mrs. Helen M. Newman '60 904 South Pine Street Warsaw, NC 28398 (910) 293-4258

Rev. Carlton Whidby 14200 King Elder Drive Charlotte, NC 28273 (704) 504-0402 seewhid@aol.com

DURHAM Ms. Cindy Brooks-Parks 604 Merrion Park Lane Morrisville, NC 27560 (919) 225-3788 Cindy1stclass@sister.com

HAMPTON ROADS Mr. Lambert B. Logan 1020-26th Street NW Newport News, VA 23607 (757) 244-6398 lblogan@ttsgplc.com

FAYETTEVILLE-CUMBERLAND Mr. Wilson A. Lacy ‘70 1915 Eichelberger Drive Fayetteville, NC 28303 (910) 488-1765 wilsonl@ccs.k12.nc.us

METROPOLITIAN WASHINGTON DC Ms. LaWanda Sanders'96 1107 Allison Street NW Washington, DC 20011 (202) 882-1412 lsanders4@hotmail.com

TRI-GRANVILLE/VANCE/WARREN Ms. Brenda Koonce PO Box 296 Manson, NC 27553 (252) 456-2931 bkoonce_1999@yahoo.com

NEW YORK Mr. Harold Rabsatt '71 91 Orange Street Central Islip, New York 11722 harryrab@verizon.net

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2012-2014 Alumni Chapters/Chapter Presidents NORTH/CENTRAL FLORIDA ALUMNI

ROCKINGHAM COUNTY

Ms. Gwendolyn Saffo '81 3432 NW 37th Ave. Gainesville, FL 32605 (352) 339-3977 Ncfasu81@gmail.com

Rev. Allandus Wright’73 115 Apple Gate Road Reidsville, NC 27320 (336) 349-8238 Awrigh8515@triad.rr.com

NORTH JERSEY

ROCKY MOUNT/KELLY BRYANT

Mr. Ivan Donavan ‘71 131 Reade Street Englewood, NJ 07631 (551) 404-6060 bear.essentials@verizon.net

Mrs. Diane Cordell Wright '95 Correspondence Secretary 1313 Sycamore Street Rocky Mount, NC (252) 446-7780 wrightm68@yahoo.com

PHILADELPHIA ROWAN/DAVIDSON/DAVIE/CABARRUS Mr. Travis Winters'92 5555 Wissahickon Ave Philadelphia, PA 19144 travnupe@msn.com

Ms. Lisa Bunch'06, Interim President 1103 Skyland Street Kannapolis, NC 28083 (704) 796-0665 coneyqueen@hotmail.com

PITT COUNTY Mrs. Mildred Council '71 410 W. 5th Street Greenville, NC 27834 (252) 757-1037 councilwomancouncil@gmail.com

SAVANNAH Mr. Thaddeus Hodges ‘75 4 N. Meriweather Drive Savannah, GA 31406 (912) 355-0952 thad.hodges@xerox.com

RALEIGH-WAKE ALUMNI

Shaw University Divinity National Alumni

Dr. Mack Sowell ‘64 P.O. Box 28921 Raleigh, NC 27611 (919) 965-6356 macksowell@ymail.com

Rev. Gwendolyn Horton 5325 Thistlebrook Court Raleigh, NC 27610 (919) 231-2429 wehort@aol.com

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2012-2014 Alumni Chapters/Chapter Presidents SOUTH JERSEY

WILMINGTON

Mr. William Waller 3 Noble Road Erial, NJ 08081 (973) 985-1422 wwaller@ycs.org

Mrs. Joselia M. Davis ‘76 1928 Wrightsville Avenue Wilmington, NC 28403 (910) 762-1174 joselia@earthlink.net

TRIAD ALUMNI

WINSTON-SALEM

Ms. Ramona S. Richmond 1311 Perga Court Greensboro, NC 27407 (336) 383-8903 president@triadalumniassoc.com

Mr. Lloyd Gravely ‘84 624 Vineyard Park Court Winston Salem, NC 27104 (336) 659-8738 lgravely@bellsouth.net

TRI-COUNTIES NC Ms. Hazel Pierce ‘88 332 NC Hwy 461 Ahoskie, NC (252) 358-8301 pierch@chowan.edu VIRGINIA TRI-CITIES Mrs. Patricia Locket-Ross ‘89 13301 Silverdust Lane Chester, VA 23836 (804) 651-6111 plross1986@hotmail.com WELDON-SEABOARD Mr. Alfred Kwasikpui'78 P.O. Box 532 Seaboard, NC 27876 (252) 589-3071 aw6kwas@embarqmail.com

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Distinguished Alumni

Henry Clay Crosby, class of 1878, established Henderson High School and was the organizer and President of the North Carolina Teachers State Educational Association. John O. Crosby, class of 1881, was the first President of A&M College (now A&T State University) at Greensboro, North Carolina. Henry P. Cheatham of Oxford, North Carolina, class of 1882, served as Register of Deeds for Vance County, as Superintendent of the Colored Orphanage of Oxford, and as a representative in Congress for two terms. Lula C. Fleming of Mpalabala, South West Africa, finished Estey Seminary in 1885 and went to the Congo as "the first colored lady missionary to enter that field." Peter W. Moore, class of 1887, became the first President of Elizabeth City State College (now Elizabeth City State University) and was connected with the school from the date of its founding, 1892, to the time of his retirement. E.A. Johnson, class of 1890, first graduate of the Shaw University Law School and Instructor and Dean of the Shaw University Law School, 1893-1906, served for two years as Assistant U.S. District Attorney for the State and later practiced law in New York, where he became a major influence in encouraging Blacks to participate in politics. James E. Shepard, School of Pharmacy, class of 1894, served as Deputy Collector of Internal Revenue at Raleigh from 1899-1905, and founded the National Religious Training School (now North Carolina Central University) in 1910. Ezekiel E. Smith, Fayetteville, North Carolina, class of 1878, served as the U.S. Minister to Liberia and third President of Fayetteville State Teachers College (now Fayetteville State University). ____________________________________________________________________________________________ In the 1900’s, Shaw graduates continued to excel in such areas as business, education, law, medicine, science, social services, religion, civil service, and politics. Some of the most notable alumni of this era include: Max Yergen, class of 1914, went to India in 1916 as the first Black YMCA worker there, and after twelve months began his life-long work in Africa. Ella Baker, class of 1927, served on the National Negro Conference (NNC) and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), helped establish the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), and was the prime mover in the founding of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC). Angie E. Brooks of Liberia, class of 1949, served as Assistant Secretary of State, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, Liberia, West Africa, and was President of the United Nations General Assembly in 1970.

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Distinguished Alumni Charles A. Lyons, class of 1949, was President of Fayetteville State University from 1969-1972 and first Chancellor when Fayetteville State University was made a constituent institution of The University of North Carolina by legislative act in 1972. James E. Cheek, class of 1955, served as the seventh President of Shaw University from 1963-1969. He was the first alumnus to head the institution. At the age of thirty, he became one of the youngest college/university presidents in the country. He also served as President of Howard University for twenty years, from 1969 to 1989, the second longest reign of presidency in the school’s history. Vernon Malone, class of 1957, was a Democratic member of the North Carolina General Assembly, representing the state’s fourteenth Senate district from 2003 until his death in 2009. Lee E. Monroe, class of 1965, was former President of Paul Quinn College and Voorhees College. Edward C. Dolby, class of 1966, was President of Bank of America Carolinas. In 1990, he was included in Black Enterprise Magazine’s list of Top 50 Blacks in Corporate America William L. Pollard, class of 1967, was former President of Medgar Evers College, and former President of the University of the District of Columbia. Willie E. Gary, class of 1971, is a multi-millionaire renowned attorney and Senior Partner of Gary, Williams, Parenti & Watson. Cleveland L. Sellers, Jr., class of 1973, is current President of Voorhees College. Lee Johnson, class of 1975, was former President & CEO of Mechanics & Farmers Bank. James M. Mitchell, class of 1975, is current President of Wallace Community College Selma (WCCS). James “Bonecrusher” Smith, class of 1975, became the first heavyweight with a college degree in 1986. Shirley Caesar, class of 1984, is a renowned minister and Grammy Award-winning singer known as the “Queen of Gospel Music.” In a career that has spanned over four decades, she has won 11 Grammys, 18 Dove Awards, 13 Stellar Awards, and the Soul Train Music Award for Best Gospel Album. In 2000, she was inducted into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame. Sean Woodroffe, class of 1986, is Senior Vice President and People Officer of National Life Group. Victor Davis, class of 1995, is current Senior Pastor at Trinity Baptist Church, Columbus, OH, and one of the youngest and most prolific ministers in the United States. Shawn “CoCo” McMillan, 1995, is former background singer for Gerald Levert, now a Gospel singer nominated for the 2009 Stellar Award as “Best New Artist.

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Tuition and Fees, Semester and Yearly Rates by Division, 2009 - 2014 Undergraduate Expenses Description

2009-2010

Standard Tuition and Fees (Per Semester) Full-time tuition (12 to 17 hrs.) % increase in full-time tuition over previous year Per-credit-hour charge Room fee Board fee Administrative fee Health Fee (Raleigh Day students only) Technology fee Application fee Special Fees (Per Semester) Housing fee (on-campus students only) Applied Music Bowling Swimming Orientation fee (new students only) Graduation fee

2010-2011

$4,668

$4,920

$5,220

$5,580

$5,904

0.00%

5.40%

6.10%

6.90%

5.81%

$389 $1,700 $1,900 $550 $260 $370 $25

$410 $1,785 $1,995 $580 $275 $390 $25

$435 $1,785 $1,995 $580 $275 $413 $25

$465 $1,847 $2,075 $612 $292 $444 $25

$492 $1,921 $2,158 $648 $820 $468 $25

$150 $50 $25 $50 $75 $150

$150 $50 $25 $50 $75 $150

$150 $50 $25 $50 $100 $150

$150 $53 $26 $53 $100 $175

$150 $53 $26 $53 $100 $175

$125

$134

$140

$10,070 $6,290 $6,015

$10,393 $6,613 $6,338

$11,129 $7,207 $6,915

$12,319 $8,240 $7,310

$18,896 $20,140 $11,696 $12,580 $11,176 $12,030 Graduate School Expenses

$20,786 $13,226 $12,676

$22,258 $14,414 $13,830

$24,638 $16,480

Student Activity fee (All Undergraduate Students) Total Cost (Per Semester) Total cost per semester on campus Total cost per semester off campus Total cost per semester (CAPE) Total Cost (Per Year) Total cost per year on campus Total cost per year off campus Total cost per year off campus (CAPE)

$9,448 $5,848 $5,588

Standard Charges (per semester) Standard Tuition and Fees (Per Semester) Tuition (Full-time 9 hrs.) % increase in full-time tuition over previous year Administrative Fee Technology Fee Special Fees (Per Semester) Application Fee Graduation Fee Total Cost (Per Semester and Year) Total cost per semester Total cost per year

2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014

2009-2010

2010-2011

2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014

$4,194

$4,410

$4,626

$4,950

$5,940

0.00%

5.15%

4.90%

7.00%

20.00%

$550 $370

$580 $390

$580 $413

$612 $441

$648 $468

$50 $200

$50 $200

$50 $200

$50 $225

$50 $225

$5,114 $10,228

$5,380 $10,760

$5,619 $11,238

$6,282 $12,568

$6,594 $13,188

Source: Shaw University Expense Sheets

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First-Time Freshman, Undergraduate Transfer, and Graduate Student Admissions. Enrollment and Yield, Fall 2009-2013 Student Type

2009-2010

2010-2011

2011-2012

2012-2013

2013-2014

No. applications received

6067

6551

6763

6207

6387

No. admitted applicants

2668

3126

3259

3382

3883

Number enrolled

612

725

548

507

537

Admissions yield

23%

23%

17%

15%

14%

No. applications received

281

265

207

316

407

No. admitted applicants

248

247

186

263

176

Number enrolled

157

184

124

162

95

Admissions yield

63%

74%

67%

62%

54%

No. applications received

45

32

36

49

28

No. admitted applicants

45

31

36

49

28

Number enrolled

35

25

19

35

25

Admissions yield

78%

81%

53%

71%

89%

No. applications received

6393

6848

7006

6572

6822

No. admitted applicants

2961

3404

3481

3694

4087

Number enrolled

804

934

691

704

657

Admissions yield

27%

27%

20%

19%

16%

First-time freshmen

Undergraduate Transfers

New Grad Students

Admissions Total

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Headcount Enrollment of First-Time Freshman by Home State, Fall 2009 - 2013 2009-2010 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 % of % of % of % of % of Grand Grand Grand Grand Grand Home State No. Total No. Total No. Total No. Total No. Total Alabama 1 0.14% 2 0.36% 1 0.20% Arizona 1 0.20% California 10 1.63% 12 1.66% 5 0.91% 11 2.17% 13 2.42% Colorado 1 0.14% Connecticut 5 0.82% 2 0.28% 1 0.18% 6 1.18% 4 0.74% Delaware 4 0.79% 6 1.12% District of 36 5.88% 28 3.86% 20 3.65% 19 3.75% 20 3.72% Columbia Florida 8 1.31% 15 2.07% 20 3.65% 8 1.58% 4 0.74% Georgia 12 1.96% 30 4.14% 15 2.74% 19 3.75% 22 4.10% Illinois 1 0.16% 4 0.55% 1 0.20% 2 0.37% Indiana 6 0.98% 2 0.39% Kansas 1 0.19% Kentucky 3 0.41% Louisiana 4 0.65% 3 0.55% 1 0.19% Maryland 28 4.58% 27 3.72% 20 3.65% 24 4.73% 21 3.91% Massachusetts 3 0.49% 1 0.14% 2 0.36% Michigan 2 0.33% 4 0.55% 1 0.18% 1 0.20% 5 0.93% Minnesota 1 0.16% 2 0.36% Mississippi 1 0.16% 1 0.18% Missouri 1 0.16% 1 0.14% Nevada 1 0.16% New Jersey 24 3.92% 24 3.31% 13 2.37% 10 1.97% 8 1.49% New York 10 1.63% 26 3.59% 11 2.01% 4 0.79% 9 1.68% North Carolina 394 64.38% 461 63.59% 358 65.33% 313 61.74% 368 68.53% Ohio 2 0.33% 8 1.10% 1 0.18% 2 0.39% 1 0.19% Oregon 1 0.20% Pennsylvania 6 0.98% 7 0.97% 8 1.46% 6 1.18% 1 0.19% South Carolina 15 2.45% 18 2.48% 15 2.74% 13 2.56% 23 4.28% Tennessee 1 0.16% 1 0.14% 1 0.20% Texas 2 0.39% Virginia 35 5.72% 43 5.93% 44 8.03% 56 11.05% 24 4.47% Washington 1 0.14% Wisconsin 1 0.16% 1 0.14% Sub-Total 607 99.18% 719 99.17% 542 98.91% 505 99.61% 533 99.26% Other regions US Territories Foreign Country Sub-Total Grand Total

5 5 612

0.82% 0.82%

2 4 6 725

0.28% 0.55% 0.83%

6 6 548

28

1.09% 1.09%

2 2 507

0.39% 0.39%

4 4

0.74% 0.74%

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County Alamance Anson Beaufort Bertie Bladen Brunswick Buncombe Burke Cabarrus Caldwell Camden Carteret Caswell Catawba Chatham Chowan Cleveland Columbus Craven Cumberland Davidson Davie Duplin Durham Edgecombe Forsyth Franklin Gaston Gates Granville Greene Guilford Halifax Harnett Henderson Hertford Hoke Iredell Johnston Jones Lee Lenoir Lincoln Martin Mecklenburg Montgomery Moore Nash New Hanover

Headcount Enrollment of First-Time Freshman North Carolina Residents by Home County, Fall 2009 - 2013 2009-2010 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 % of % of % of % of % of Grand Grand Grand Grand Grand No. Total No. Total No. Total No. Total No. Total 6

1.52%

4

0.87%

4

1.12%

5

1.60%

6 3

1.63% 0.82%

2 11 3 2 10

0.51% 2.79% 0.76% 0.51% 2.54%

3 11 7 2 2

0.65% 2.39% 1.52% 0.43% 0.43%

1

0.28%

1 3 1

0.28% 0.84% 0.28%

1

0.25%

7

1.52%

6

1.68%

1 2 2 1 2 1 3 1 1

0.32% 0.64% 0.64% 0.32% 0.64% 0.32% 0.96% 0.32% 0.32%

1 4 4 1 1 6

0.27% 1.09% 1.09% 0.27% 0.27% 1.63%

1

0.22%

3 2 1 1 4 8 5 13 1 1

0.76% 0.51% 0.25% 0.25% 1.02% 2.03% 1.27% 3.30% 0.25% 0.25%

1 1

0.22% 0.22%

3

0.96%

2

0.54%

1 3 4 2 25 5

0.27% 0.82% 1.09% 0.54% 6.79% 1.36%

28 26 14 3 5 4

7.11% 6.60% 3.55% 0.76% 1.27% 1.02%

3 30 7 7 6 9 1 1

0.82% 8.15% 1.90% 1.90% 1.63% 2.45% 0.27% 0.27%

34 8 4 1 4 5 1 5

9.24% 2.17% 1.09% 0.27% 1.09% 1.36% 0.27% 1.36%

4 6

1.09% 1.63%

1 35 1 5 9 9

0.27% 9.51% 0.27% 1.36% 2.45% 2.45%

2 1 5 22

0.43% 0.22% 1.08% 4.77%

1 1 2 13 5

0.28% 0.28% 0.56% 3.63% 1.40%

3 1 1 15 2

0.96% 0.32% 0.32% 4.79% 0.64%

4 37 10 17 1 8

0.87% 8.03% 2.17% 3.69% 0.22% 1.74%

1 22 2 20 7 3

0.28% 6.15% 0.56% 5.59% 1.96% 0.84%

1 18 3 15 9 4

0.32% 5.75% 0.96% 4.79% 2.88% 1.28%

2

0.43%

2 2 27 4

0.64% 0.64% 8.63% 1.28%

0.96% 1.92% 0.64% 1.60%

18 5 12

4.57% 1.27% 3.05%

23 7 9

4.99% 1.52% 1.95%

21 12 8

5.87% 3.35% 2.23%

8 1

2.03% 0.25%

1 2 1 5

0.25% 0.51% 0.25% 1.27%

2.23% 0.28% 1.40% 0.28% 0.28% 0.84% 1.68% 0.56%

3 6 2 5

3

0.96%

0.51% 9.39% 0.51% 0.25% 0.51% 3.55%

2.17% 0.22% 0.43% 0.87% 0.22% 0.87% 1.52% 0.22% 0.43% 13.23% 0.22% 1.08% 0.43% 2.17%

8 1 5 1 1 3 6 2

2 37 2 1 2 14

10 1 2 4 1 4 7 1 2 61 1 5 2 10

41

11.45%

63

20.13%

4 6 8

1.12% 1.68% 2.23%

3 4 8

0.96% 1.28% 2.56%

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County Northampton Onslow Orange Pamlico Pender Perquimans Person Pitt Randolph Richmond Robeson Rockingham Rowan Rutherford Sampson Scotland Stanly Union Vance Wake Warren Washington Wayne Wilson Yadkin Grand Total

Headcount Enrollment of First-Time Freshman North Carolina Residents by Home County, Fall 2009 - 2013 2009-2010 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 % of % of % of % of % of Grand Grand Grand Grand Grand No. Total No. Total No. Total No. Total No. Total 1 1

0.25% 0.25%

1 2

0.25% 0.51%

2 13 2 4 8 5 2

0.51% 3.30% 0.51% 1.02% 2.03% 1.27% 0.51%

3 1

0.76% 0.25%

10 1 54 3

2.54% 0.25% 13.71% 0.76%

11 5

2.79% 1.27%

394

1

0.22% 1.30%

5 2 3

1.40% 0.56% 0.84%

1 2 1

0.32% 0.64% 0.32%

4 1 2

1.09% 0.27% 0.54%

6 1

0.22%

1

0.28%

1

0.32%

1 9

0.22% 1.95%

0.96% 2.56% 0.64%

0.43% 0.87% 1.30% 0.22% 0.65% 1.74% 0.43% 0.43% 3.69% 0.22% 18.22% 0.43% 0.22% 1.74% 0.87%

3.07% 0.56% 1.12% 2.23%

3 8 2

2 4 6 1 3 8 2 2 17 1 84 2 1 8 4

11 2 4 8 3

0.84%

7 5 2

2.24% 1.60% 0.64%

2 1 2 10 1 4 3 4 1 1

0.54% 0.27% 0.54% 2.72% 0.27% 1.09% 0.82% 1.09% 0.27% 0.27%

2 3 10 6 63 1

0.56% 0.84% 2.79% 1.68% 17.60% 0.28%

0.27%

2

0.54%

1.68% 2.23%

0.32% 0.96% 0.32% 1.60% 1.28% 8.95% 1.28% 0.32% 1.92% 0.32% 0.32%

1

6 8

1 3 1 5 4 28 4 1 6 1 1 313

50 5 1 3 6

13.59% 1.36% 0.27% 0.82% 1.63%

461

358

30

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Headcount Enrollment of First-Time Transfer Students by Type Of Institution Last Attended, Fall 2009 - 2013 School Type NC community/ Junior college NC public 4 year institution NC private 4 year institution Out-of-state 2 year institution Out-of-state 4 year institution Grand Total

09-2010 % of Grand No. Total

2010-2011 % of Grand No. Total

2011-2012 % of Grand No. Total

2012-2013 % of Grand No. Total

2013-2014 % of Grand No. Total

79

50.32%

91

49.46%

39

31.45%

43

26.54%

34

35.79%

21

13.38%

26

14.13%

15

12.10%

15

9.26%

9

9.47%

8

5.10%

10

5.43%

7

5.65%

7

4.32%

9

9.47%

25

15.92%

37

20.11%

32

25.81%

23

14.20%

19

20.00%

24

15.29%

20

10.87%

31

25.00%

74

45.68%

24

25.26%

157

184

124

162

95

Headcount Enrollment of First-Time Transfer Students by Location, Fall 2009 - 2013 Location Raleigh Day CAPE Sites Ahoskie Asheville Durham Fayetteville Harnett Corr. High Point Kannapolis

2009-2010 % of Grand No. Total 72 45.86%

2010-2011 % of Grand No. Total 83 45.11%

2011-2012 % of Grand No. Total 73 58.87%

9 3 4 6 1 6 6

5.73% 1.91% 2.55% 3.82% 0.64% 3.82% 3.82%

12 2 8 4 13 9 9

6.52% 1.09% 4.35% 2.17% 7.07% 4.89% 4.89%

4 6 3 3 4 2

3.23% 4.84% 2.42% 2.42% 3.23% 1.61%

Raleigh CAPE 13

8.28%

13

7.07%

14

Rocky Mount/ Greenville

27

17.20%

20

10.87%

8

5.10%

7

2

1.27%

85 157

54.14%

Wilmington Women's Corr. CAPE Total Grand Total

2012-2013 % of Grand No. Total 115 70.99% 1 1 8 2

0.62% 0.62% 4.94% 1.23%

5 2

11.29%

10

3.80%

4 101 184

2013-2014 % of Grand No. Total 55 57.89% 2

2.11%

6 1

6.32% 1.05%

3.09% 1.23%

5

5.26%

10

6.17%

14

14.74%

8.06%

13

8.02%

9

9.47%

3

2.42%

5

3.09%

3

3.16%

2.17%

2

1.61%

54.89%

51 124

41.13%

47 162

29.01%

40 95

42.11%

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In-State Undergraduate Transfer Students by Last School Attended, Fall 2009 - 2013 School Type Community College

20092010

School Name Alamance Community College Asheville-Buncombe Technical Comm College Beaufort County Community College Bladen Community College Blanton's Community College, Nc Brunswick Community College Cape Fear Community College Carteret Community College Central Carolina Comm College Central Piedmont Community College Coastal Carolina Comm College College Of The Albermarle Craven Community College Davidson County Community College Durham Tech. Comm College Edgecombe Community College Fayetteville Tech Comm College Forsyth Technical Community College Guilford Technical Community College Halifax Community College James Sprunt Community College Johnston Community College Lenoir Community College Martin Community College Mitchell Community College Nash Community College Pitt Community College Randolph Community College Richmond Community College Roanoke-Chowan Community College Robeson Community College Rockingham Community College Rowan-Cabarrus Community College Sampson Community College Sandhills Community College Southeastern Community College Surry Community College Vance-Granville Community College Wake Technical Community College Wayne Community College Western Piedmont Comm College Wilkes Community College Wilson Technical Community College Total

20102011

20112012

20122013

20132014

1 1 3 1

1 1

1 1 1

1 1 1 4 1

5

2

14 2

3

3

2

1 1

1 2 4 2 1 2 1 5 2 2 10

4

1 1 1 2 6 3 4 2 1 2 4 2 1 2 1

1 1 1 1 1 1

1 6 2

1 4 4 1 1 6 1

1 2 1 1 2

1 1

1

1 4

6

1

1

5 2 1

2

5

1 1

3

1

1 1

1 4 10 1 2 2 70

32

1 1 11 1 1

85

3 9 1

37

1 4

7

40

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In-State Undergraduate Transfer Students by Last School Attended, Fall 2009 - 2013 School Type Public Senior

Private Senior

Private Junior

School Name Appalachain State University East Carolina University Elizabeth City State University Fayetteville State University N. C. Central University N. C. State University North Carolina A & T State University UNC at Charlotte UNC At Greensboro UNC at Pembroke Western Carolina University, Nc Winston-Salem State University Total Barber-Scotia College Barton College Bennett College, Nc Chowan University ECPI College Of Technology High Point University Johnson C. Smith University Lees-Mcrae College Livingstone College Mars Hill College Methodist University Mount Olive College North Carolina Wesleyan College Peace College Saint Augustine's University South College,Nc St. Augustine's University The Art Institute of Raleigh-Durham University Of Phoenix Total Brookstone College Of Business,Nc Hardbarger(Rutledge/Phillips)Jr. College King's College,Nc Kittrell College Louisburg College Rutledge College School Of Communication Arts Total

20092010

20102011

1 3 1 4 5 1 4

1

20112012

3 1 10 1 5

1 2 7 3

2

1

20122013

20132014

3 2 4 3 1 1 1

1

5 2

1 1 21 1 1

2 1 26 1 1 1

1 15

15

1 1 2 1 1

2 1 2

2

1

1

1

1 9

2 1 1

1 1 1

1 2

1

8

1 1

10

2 1

7 1

1 1 8

1 3 10

1 1 8 1 9 108

Grand Total

33

3 2

1

6 127

2 61

1

1 2

2 65

3 52

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Out-of-State UndergraduateTransfers by State and School Last Attended, Fall 2009 - 2013 State Alabama

Alaska Arizona

Arkansas

California

Colorado Delaware

District of Columbia

20092010 1 1

School Name Alabama A&M University Faulkner University Lawson State Comm. College Miles College Snead State Community College The University of Alabama Troy University Wallace State Community College State Total University Of Alaska Anchorage Maricopa Community College Phoenix College University Of Phoenix State Total Arkansas Baptist College University Of Arkansas At Little Rock State Total Adams State College American River College California State University-Dominguez Hills Cerritos College City College Of San Francisco College Of Canyons Contra Costa Community College Diablo Valley College El Camino College Fresno City College Fullerton College Gavilan College Glendale Comm College, Ca L.A. College International Menlo Colllege Mt. San Antonio College Ohlone College Palomar College

20102011 1

20112012

20122013

20132014

1 1 1 1 1 1 4

2

1

2 1

1 1 1 2

2 2

1 1 1 1 1

1

1

2 1 1 1

1 1 1

1 2 1

1

1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1

Peralta Commty College District-Merritt

1

Peralta Community College-Alameda Point Loma Nazarene University Sacramento City College San Jose State University West Hills Community College State Total Pikes Peak Community College Delaware State University Wesley College State Total Howard University Strayer University Trinity Washington University State Total

1 1 1 1 3

1 7 1 1

11

3

7

1

1

1

1 1

1 1 1

34

1

1 1

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Out-of-State UndergraduateTransfers by State and School Last Attended, Fall 2009 - 2013 State Florida

Georgia

Idaho Illinois

Indiana Kansas

Kentucky

Louisiana

20092010 1

School Name Bethune Cookman College Chipola Jr. College, Fl Miami-Dade College Pensacola Junior College Pensacola State College Saint Leo University,Fl Seminole Community College Seminole State College South Florida Community College University Of Miami State Total Fort Valley State University Georgia Perimeter College Morehouse College,Ga Savannah State University South Georgia Technical College Valdosta Vocational Technical School State Total The College of Idaho Depaul University Dominican University Harper College Kaplan University Southwestern Illinois College State Total Indiana University Barton County Community College Coffeyville Community College Dodge City Comm. College Seward County Community College State Total Kentucky State University University Of Louisville, Ky State Total Grambling State University Nicholls State University Southeastern Louisiana University Southern University and A&M College at Baton Rouge State Total

20102011 1 1

20112012

1 2

20122013 2

20132014

1 1

1 1 1 1 1 7

2 1

1

1

4

1

1 1 2 1

1

2

1 2

1 1

2

1 1 3 1 1 1 1 2

3

1

1 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1

5

1 1 2 1 1 1

1

1 1 2 4

35

1 1

1

2

1

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Out-of-State UndergraduateTransfers by State and School Last Attended, Fall 2009 - 2013 State Maryland

Massachusetts

Michigan

Mississippi

Missouri

Nebraska New Jersey

New Mexico

20092010

School Name Cecil College Frederick Community College Garrett College Hagerstown Community College Howard Community College Montgomery College, Md Prince George's Community College Towson University,Md University Of Baltimore University of Maryland Eastern Shore University Of Maryland University College University Of Maryland-College Park Washington Adventist University State Total Bristol Community College Dean College State Total East Michigan Univ Grand Rapids Community College State Total Coahoma Community Colege Delta State University Hinds Community College Itawamba Community College Meridian Community College Mississippi Delta Community College Mississippi State University Southwest Mississippi Community College State Total Missouri State University Moberly Area Community College State Total University Of Nebraska-Kearney Bloomfield College Burlington County College County College Of Morris Essex County College Fairleigh Dickinson University Gloucester County College, Nj Passaic County Commty College Rutgers The State Univ. Of New JerseyCamden Saint Peter's College Salem Community College Union County College-New Jersey State Total New Mexico Military Institute

20102011

20112012 1

20122013

20132014

1 1 1 1 1

1 1

1

1 1

1 1 1 1 2

4

1 2

5

2 2

1

1

3 1 1

1 1 2 1

1 1

1 1 2 1 1 1

2 1 1

4

2

3

1

1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3

36

1

1 2 1

3

2

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Out-of-State UndergraduateTransfers by State and School Last Attended, Fall 2009 - 2013 State New York

North Dakota Ohio

Oklahoma

Oregon

20092010

School Name Asa Institute Binghamton State University Of New York Bronx Community College, NY Erie Community College Fashion Institute Of Tech, NY Genesee Community College Globe Institute of Technology Hudson Valley Comm. College Maria College, Ny Mohawk Valley Community College Monroe College, Ny Nassau Community College, Ny Queens College-The City University Of New York Technical Career Institutes,Inc. University Of Albany S.U.N.Y State Total

20102011

20112012

20122013

20132014 1

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2

1 1 1

1 3

2

7

3

North Dakota State College Of Science

2 1

Cincinnati State Technical and Community College Cleveland State University Cuyahoga Community College Lakeland Community College Lorain County Commmunity College The University Of Akron State Total Oklahoma Christian University Western Oklahoma State College State Total Portland State University

1 1 1 1 1 1

2 1 1

37

1

1

1 1

2 2

1 1 1 1 1

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Out-of-State UndergraduateTransfers by State and School Last Attended, Fall 2009 - 2013 State Pennsylvania

South Carolina

20092010

School Name Community College of Philadelphia Drexel University Harcum College Lackawanna College Saint Joseph's University The Art Institute Of Pittsburgh State Total Benedict College,Sc Charleston Southern University College Of Charleston Florence-Darlington Technicalcollege Lander University Limestone College Morris College,Sc Northeastern Technical College

20102011

20112012

Texas

Utah Virginia

20132014 1

1 1 1 2

2

1 2

1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1

Orangeburg-Calhoun Technical College

Tennessee

20122013 1

2 1

South Carolina State University Tri County Technical College State Total Miller-Motte College The University Of Tennessee State Total Frank Phillips College Laredo Community College, Tx Lon Morris College Midland College Texas Southern University State Total Westminster College Averett University Bryant & Stratton College Ferrum College Germanna Community College Hampton University J. Sargeant Reynolds Comm College Liberty University Miller-Motte College Norfolk State University Northern Virginia Community College Old Dominion University Paul D. Camp Community College Potomac College Southside Virginia Comm College St. Paul's College Thomas Nelson Comm College Tidewater Community College University Of Virginia Virginia Commonwealth Univ. Virginia State University Virginia Union University Virginia University of Lynchburg State Total

1

2 3

2 1

3

1 1 1 2

4

1 5

5

1 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 1

1 1

1 1

2 1 1 2 1

1 2

2 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 35 1 1

1 1 1

1 5 38

1 1 5

4

2 48

9

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Out-of-State UndergraduateTransfers by State and School Last Attended, Fall 2009 - 2013 State Washington West Virginia

Foreign Country

20092010

School Name Central Washington University Bluefield State College Glenville State College Potomac State College Of West Virginia University State Total College Of The Bahamas, Nassau G. C. Foster College The College Of The Bahamas

20102011 1

20122013

20132014 1

1 2

1

2 1

1

1

1

2 1

University Of Technology - Jamaica, WI

Unknown

20112012

1

York College/City Univ Ny-Jamaica Foreign Country Total American Intercontinental University Online Kaplan University Strayer University University Of Phoenix State Total

1

3 6

1

1 1 1

49

Grand Total

39

3 57

1 1 63

1 1 1 97

1 43

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Headcount Enrollment by Division, College/School, Department and Major, Fall 2009 - 2013 College of Arts and Sciences

English English Education Liberal Studies Total

2009-2010 % of Grand Total No. 18 0.71% 10 0.39% 27 1.06% 55 2.17%

2010-2011 % of Grand Total No. 21 0.77% 9 0.33% 22 0.81% 52 1.91%

2011-2012 % of Grand Total No. 16 0.67% 9 0.37% 15 0.62% 40 1.66%

2012-2013 % of Grand Total No. 8 0.37% 5 0.23% 7 0.32% 20 0.92%

2013-2014 % of Grand Total No. 10 0.48% 9 0.44% 14 0.68% 33 1.60%

Mass Communications

91

3.59%

139

5.11%

111

4.62%

113

5.18%

114

5.53%

91 104 15

3.59% 4.10% 0.59%

139 124 15

5.11% 4.56% 0.55%

111 117 12

4.62% 4.86% 0.50%

113 112 10

5.18% 5.13% 0.46%

114 92 9

5.53% 4.46% 0.44%

Environmental Science

1

0.04%

3

0.11%

4

0.17%

Mathematics

5

0.20%

17

0.62%

13

0.54%

11

0.50%

18

0.87%

Mathematics Education

2

0.08%

4

0.15%

1

0.05%

Physics Total

7 134

0.28% 5.28%

3 166

0.11% 6.10%

3 149

0.12% 6.20%

134

6.14%

119

5.77%

Religion & Philosophy

87

3.43%

94

3.45%

79

3.28%

63

2.89%

47

2.28%

Religious Studies Total International Business

2 89 3

0.08% 3.51% 0.12%

94 2

3.45% 0.07%

79 3

3.28% 0.12%

63

2.89%

47

2.28%

International Relations

7

0.28%

6

0.22%

5

0.21%

1

0.05%

1

0.05%

30 156 147

1.18% 6.15% 5.79%

45 174 115

1.65% 6.39% 4.22%

39 157 93

1.62% 6.53% 3.87%

46 135 76

2.11% 6.18% 3.48%

47 118 69

2.28% 5.72% 3.35%

214

8.43%

254

9.33%

225

9.36%

210

9.62%

162

7.86%

557 25 20 45 971

21.95% 0.99% 0.79% 1.77% 38.26%

596 29 17 46 1093

21.90% 1.07% 0.62% 1.69% 40.15%

522 32 11 43 944

21.70% 1.33% 0.46% 1.79% 39.25%

468 27 1 28 826

21.44% 1.24% 0.05% 1.28% 37.84%

397 20

19.25% 0.97%

20 730

0.97% 35.40%

Department Humanities

Mass Communications

Major

Total Natural Sciences & Biology Mathematics Chemistry

Religion & Philosophy

Social Sciences

Political Science Psychology Sociology Sociology:Criminal Justice Total Visual & Music Performing Arts Theatre Total Arts and Sciences Total

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Headcount Enrollment by Division, College/School, Department and Major, Fall 2009 - 2013 College of Graduate and Professional Studies Department Allied Health Professions

2009-2010 % of Grand Total No.

2010-2011 % of Grand Total No.

2011-2012 % of Grand Total No.

2012-2013 % of Grand Total No.

2013-2014 % of Grand Total No. 12 0.58%

42

1.65%

39

1.43%

45

1.87%

50

2.29%

39

1.89%

59

2.32%

85

3.12%

86

3.58%

97

4.44%

106

5.14%

18

0.71%

18

0.66%

20

0.83%

16

0.73%

15

0.73%

87

3.43%

78

2.87%

68

2.83%

67

3.07%

75

3.64%

18

0.71%

28

1.03%

23

0.96%

20

0.92%

19

0.92%

224

8.83%

248

9.11%

242

10.06%

250

11.45%

266

12.90%

Business Administration: Accounting

47

1.85%

43

1.58%

36

1.50%

37

1.69%

36

1.75%

Business Administration: Management

466

18.36%

515

18.92%

428

17.80%

344

15.76%

291

14.11%

Emergency Management

8

0.32%

6

0.22%

4

0.17%

3 34 558

0.12% 1.34% 21.99%

1 48 613

0.04% 1.76% 22.52%

40 508

1.66% 21.12%

32 413

1.47% 18.92%

27 354

1.31% 17.17%

56

2.21%

72

2.65%

55

2.29%

50

2.29%

48

2.33%

50 106 52

1.97% 4.18% 2.05%

67 139 47

2.46% 5.11% 1.73%

58 113 47

2.41% 4.70% 1.95%

44 94 34

2.02% 4.31% 1.56%

39 87 28

1.89% 4.22% 1.36%

9

0.41%

16

0.78%

33

1.60%

Major Adapted PE:Exercise Science Adapted PE:Kinesiotherapy Athletic Training Communication Sciences & Disorders/Speech Path Recreation/Recreation Mgmt. Recreational Therapy/Therapeutic Recreation Total

Business & Public Admin.

Computer Info. Sciences

Education

Entrepreneurship Public Administration Total Computer Information Systems Computer Science Total B-K Education Early Child Development Elementary Education

102

4.02%

84

3.09%

70

2.91%

54

2.47%

2

0.07%

2

0.08%

1

0.05%

Undeclared/ non-degreeseeking Total Social Work Social Work Total Graduate and Professional Studies Total Undeclared/ nonUndeclared/ non-degreedegree-seeking seeking

154 236 236 1278

6.07% 9.30% 9.30% 50.35%

133 273 273 1406

4.89% 10.03% 10.03% 51.65%

119 248 248 1230

4.95% 10.31% 10.31% 51.14%

98 232 232 1087

4.49% 10.63% 10.63% 49.79%

77 231 231 1015

3.73% 11.20% 11.20% 49.22%

93

3.66%

51

1.87%

91

3.78%

118

5.41%

178

8.63%

Undergraduate Total

2342

92.28%

2550

93.68%

2265

94.18%

2031

93.04%

1923

93.26%

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Headcount Enrollment by Division, College/School, Department and Major, Fall 2009 - 2013 Graduate Division 2009-2010 % of Grand Total No. 167 6.58%

2010-2011 % of Grand Total No. 143 5.25%

2011-2012 % of Grand Total No. 114 4.74%

2012-2013 % of Grand Total No. 119 5.45%

2013-2014 % of Grand Total No. 102 4.95%

22

0.87%

22

0.81%

19

0.79%

19

0.87%

16

0.78%

Divinity School Total Curriculum & Instruction Education Undeclared/ non-degreeseeking Total Graduate and Professional Studies Total Graduate Division Total

189 7

7.45% 0.28%

165 6

6.06% 0.22%

133 7

5.53% 0.29%

138 14

6.32% 0.64%

118 21

5.72% 1.02%

1

0.04%

7 7 172

0.26% 0.26% 6.32%

7 7 140

0.29% 0.29% 5.82%

14 14 152

0.64% 0.64% 6.96%

21 21 139

1.02% 1.02% 6.74%

Grand Total

2538

Department Divinity School

Major Divinity (M.Div) Religious Education (M.R.E.)

7 7 196

0.28% 0.28% 7.72%

2,722

42

2,405

2,183

2,062

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Headcount Enrollment by Division and Gender, Fall 2009 - 2013 Division Gender 2009-2010 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 Undergraduate Female 1483 1533 1357 1173 Male 859 1017 908 858 Total 2342 2550 2265 2031 Female Graduate 95 87 78 84 Male 101 85 62 68 Total 196 172 140 152 Female Overall 1578 1620 1435 1257 Male 960 1102 970 926 Grand Total 2538 2722 2405 2183

2013-2014 1072 851 1923 82 57 139 1154 908 2062

Percentage of Headcount Enrollment by Division and Gender, Fall 2009 - 2013 Division Gender 2009-2010 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 Undergraduate Female 63.32% 60.12% 59.91% 57.75% 55.75% Male 36.68% 39.88% 40.09% 42.25% 44.25% Female Graduate 48.47% 50.58% 55.71% 55.26% 58.99% Male 51.53% 49.42% 44.29% 44.74% 41.01% Female Overall 62.17% 59.52% 59.67% 57.58% 55.97% Male 37.83% 40.48% 40.33% 42.42% 44.03%

Headcount Enrollment by Full-time/Part-time Status, Fall 2009 - 2013 Division FT/PT Status 2009-2010 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 Undergraduate Full-time 2135 2310 2046 1879 Part-time 207 240 219 152 Total 2342 2550 2265 2031 Full-time Graduate 148 116 104 108 Part-time 48 56 36 44 Total 196 172 140 152 Full-time Overall 2283 2426 2150 1987 Part-time 255 296 255 196 Grand Total 2538 2722 2405 2183

2013-2014 1784 139 1923 91 48 139 1875 187 2062

Percentage of Headcount Enrollment by Full-time/Part-time Status, Fall 2009 - 2013 Division FT/PT Status 2009-2010 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 Undergraduate Full-time 91.16% 90.59% 90.33% 92.52% 92.77% Part-time 8.84% 9.41% 9.67% 7.48% 7.23% Full-time Graduate 75.51% 67.44% 74.29% 71.05% 65.47% Part-time 24.49% 32.56% 25.71% 28.95% 34.53% Full-time Overall 89.95% 89.13% 89.40% 91.02% 90.93% Part-time 10.05% 10.87% 10.60% 8.98% 9.07%

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Headcount Enrollment by Division and Race/Ethnicity, Fall 2009 - 2013

Race/Ethnicity

2009-2010 Percent No. of UG Total 22 0.94% 9 0.38%

Undergraduate Division 2010-2011 2011-2012 Percent Percent No. No. of UG of UG Total Total 22 0.86% 39 1.72% 9 0.35% 10 0.44%

2012-2013 Percent No. of UG Total 38 1.87% 9 0.44%

2013-2014 Percent No. of UG Total 28 1.46% 9 0.47%

2012-2013 Percent No. of GR Total

2013-2014 Percent No. of GR Total

Nonresident Alien Hispanic or Latino American Indian 5 0.21% 7 0.27% 3 0.13% 1 0.05% 6 0.31% or Alaska Native Asian 1 0.04% 1 0.05% Black or African 2,020 86.25% 2,153 84.43% 1,909 84.28% 1,738 85.57% 1,328 69.06% American Native Hawaiian 12 0.62% or Pacific Islander Two or more races 3 0.16% White 46 1.96% 46 1.80% 33 1.46% 20 0.98% 15 0.78% Unknown 240 10.25% 313 12.27% 270 11.92% 224 11.03% 522 27.15% Total 2,342 2,550 2,265 2,031 1,923 Graduate Division

Race/Ethnicity

2009-2010 Percent No. of GR Total

2010-2011 Percent No. of GR Total

2011-2012 Percent No. of GR Total

Nonresident Alien

1

0.51%

2

1.16%

2

1.43%

Hispanic or Latino

1

0.51%

1

0.58%

1

0.71%

1

0.66%

3

2.16%

Asian Black or African American White Unknown Total

1

0.51%

171

87.24%

151

87.79%

119

85.00%

133

87.50%

118

84.89%

2 20 196

1.02% 10.20%

2 16 172

1.16% 9.30%

1 17 140

0.71% 12.14%

1 17 152

0.66% 11.18%

1 17 139

0.72% 12.23%

Grand Total

2,538

2,722

2,405

44

2,183

2,062

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Headcount Enrollment by Division and Age, Fall 2009 - 2013 2009-2010 Division

Age

Undergraduate Under 18 (UG) 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 - 29 30 - 34 35 - 39 40 - 49 50 - 59 60 - 64 => 65 Unknown UG Total

No. 26 288 324 267 203 157 88 54 192 133 201 254 118 16 6 15 2,342

% of UG Total 1.11% 12.30% 13.83% 11.40% 8.67% 6.70% 3.76% 2.31% 8.20% 5.68% 8.58% 10.85% 5.04% 0.68% 0.26% 0.64%

2009-2010 Division

Age

Graduate (GR) 20 22 23 24 25 - 29 30 - 34 35 - 39 40 - 49 50 - 59 60 - 64 => 65 Unknown GR Total Grand Total

No. 1 1 2 16 17 18 58 67 11 3 2 196 2,538

% of GR Total 0.51% 0.51% 1.02% 8.16% 8.67% 9.18% 29.59% 34.18% 5.61% 1.53% 1.02%

2010-2011

No. 30 402 322 274 246 164 102 72 172 150 170 261 127 15 7 36 2,550

2011-2012

% of UG Total 1.18% 15.76% 12.63% 10.75% 9.65% 6.43% 4.00% 2.82% 6.75% 5.88% 6.67% 10.24% 4.98% 0.59% 0.27% 1.41%

2010-2011

No.

1 1 17 15 19 52 50 14 2 1 172

No. 13 302 347 254 245 151 95 67 149 114 158 216 105 15 4 30 2,265

% of UG Total 0.57% 13.33% 15.32% 11.21% 10.82% 6.67% 4.19% 2.96% 6.58% 5.03% 6.98% 9.54% 4.64% 0.66% 0.18% 1.32%

2011-2012

% of GR Total

0.58% 0.58% 9.88% 8.72% 11.05% 30.23% 29.07% 8.14% 1.16% 0.58%

2,722

No.

% of GR Total

1

0.71%

12 11 20 36 46 11 2 1 140

8.57% 7.86% 14.29% 25.71% 32.86% 7.86% 1.43% 0.71%

2,405

45

2012-2013

No. 16 338 289 260 202 189 86 64 126 90 100 160 85 10 5 11 2,031

% of UG Total 0.79% 16.64% 14.23% 12.80% 9.95% 9.31% 4.23% 3.15% 6.20% 4.43% 4.92% 7.88% 4.19% 0.49% 0.25% 0.54%

2012-2013 % of GR Total

No. 2 1 1 10 12 24 36 43 17 4 2 152

1.32% 0.66% 0.66% 6.58% 7.89% 15.79% 23.68% 28.29% 11.18% 2.63% 1.32%

2,183

2013-2014

No. 18 329 289 214 246 167 119 53 119 76 71 121 73 16 5 7 1,923

% of UG Total 0.94% 17.11% 15.03% 11.13% 12.79% 8.68% 6.19% 2.76% 6.19% 3.95% 3.69% 6.29% 3.80% 0.83% 0.26% 0.36%

2013-2014

No. 1 4 2 7 15 13 40 29 20 4 4 139

% of GR Total 0.72% 2.88% 1.44% 5.04% 10.79% 9.35% 28.78% 20.86% 14.39% 2.88% 2.88%

2,062

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Undergraduate Headcount Enrollment By Campus Location, Fall 2009 - 2013 2009-2010

Location Raleigh Day

No.

% of Grand Total

2010-2011

No.

% of Grand Total

2011-2012

No.

% of Grand Total

2012-2013

No.

% of Grand Total

2013-2014

No.

% of Grand Total

1,465 62.55% 1,671 65.53% 1,552 68.52% 1,508 74.25% 1,472 76.55%

CAPE Sites Ahoskie

102

4.36%

95

3.73%

56

2.47%

32

1.58%

22

1.14%

Asheville

38

1.62%

33

1.29%

27

1.19%

20

0.98%

14

0.73%

Durham

99

4.23%

99

3.88%

84

3.71%

65

3.20%

60

3.12%

Fayetteville

44

1.88%

39

1.53%

42

1.85%

24

1.18%

31

1.61%

Harnett Corr.

17

0.73%

23

0.90%

21

0.93%

High Point

57

2.43%

62

2.43%

52

2.30%

43

2.12%

45

2.34%

Kannapolis

41

1.75%

49

1.92%

40

1.77%

39

1.92%

24

1.25%

Raleigh CAPE

211

9.01%

197

7.73%

154

6.80%

124

6.11%

126

6.55%

Rocky Mount/ Greenville

148

6.32%

145

5.69%

125

5.52%

107

5.27%

68

3.54%

Wilmington

61

2.60%

68

2.67%

61

2.69%

60

2.95%

61

3.17%

Women's Corr.

59

2.52%

69

2.71%

51

2.25%

9

0.44%

Total CAPE Enrollment

877

37.45%

879

34.47%

713

31.48%

523

25.75%

451

23.45%

Grand Total

2,342

2,550

2,265

46

2,031

1,923

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Undergraduate Headcount Enrollment by Region, Fall 2009 - 2013

Region Midwest

Northeast

Regional Division East North Central West North Central Total Middle Atlantic New England

Total South East South Central South Atlantic West South Central Total West Mountain Pacific Total U.S. Territories Territories Foreign Country Foreign Country Unknown Unknown Grand Total

2009-2010 % of Grand No. Total

2010-2011 % of Grand No. Total

2011-2012 % of Grand No. Total

2012-2013 % of Grand No. Total

2013-2014 % of Grand No. Total

39

1.67%

40

1.57%

26

1.15%

25

1.23%

19

0.99%

2

0.09%

2

0.08%

3

0.13%

2

0.10%

3

0.16%

41

1.75%

42

1.65%

29

1.28%

27

1.33%

22

1.14%

131

5.59%

149

5.84%

122

5.39%

103

5.07%

91

4.73%

20

0.85%

16

0.63%

14

0.62%

13

0.64%

11

0.57%

151

6.45%

165

6.47%

136

6.00%

116

5.71%

102

5.30%

18

0.77%

21

0.82%

20

0.88%

15

0.74%

11

0.57%

2,055 87.75% 2,243 87.96% 2,005 88.52% 1,791 88.18% 1,701 88.46% 17 2,090 8 26 34 2 24 2,342

0.73%

10

0.39%

10

0.44%

8

0.39%

6

0.31%

89.24% 2,274 89.18% 2,035 89.85% 1,814 89.32% 1,718 89.34% 0.34% 6 0.24% 1 0.04% 2 0.10% 2 0.10% 1.11% 33 1.29% 23 1.02% 36 1.77% 37 1.92% 1.45% 39 1.53% 24 1.06% 38 1.87% 39 2.03% 0.09% 4 0.16% 2 0.09% 1 0.05% 2 0.10% 1.02%

23

0.90%

38

1.68%

35

3 0.12% 1 0.04% 2,550 2,265 2,031

47

1.72%

40

2.08%

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Home State Alabama Alaska Arizona California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Delware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Illinois Indiana Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Nevada New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina Ohio Oregon Pennsylvania South Carolina Tennessee Texas Virginia Washington Wisconsin Sub-Total Other regions Foreign Country US Territories Unknown Sub-Total Grand Total

Undergraduate Headcount Enrollment by Home State, Fall 2009 - 2013 2009-2010 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 Percent of Percent of Percent of Percent of Grand Grand Grand Grand No. Total No. Total No. Total No. Total 5 0.21% 7 0.27% 7 0.31% 3 0.15%

2013-2014 Percent of Grand No. Total 4 0.21% 1 0.05% 1 0.05% 35 1.82%

1 23

0.04% 1.02%

2 35

0.10% 1.72%

8

0.35%

10 4

0.49% 0.20%

8 8

0.42% 0.42%

2.78% 1.53% 3.06% 0.27% 0.08%

65 52 67 3 1

2.87% 2.30% 2.96% 0.13% 0.04%

4 5 100 5 11

0.16% 0.20% 3.92% 0.20% 0.43% 0.20% 0.08% 0.04% 2.71% 0.04% 2.24% 69.41% 0.75% 0.04% 0.90% 1.73% 0.20% 0.16% 5.57% 0.08% 0.04% 98.82%

0.13% 0.35% 3.00% 0.26% 0.35% 0.09% 0.31% 0.04%

3.15% 2.41% 2.81% 0.30% 0.20% 0.05% 0.25% 0.25% 3.74% 0.15% 0.20%

5 2 1 69 1 57 1,770 19 1 23 44 5 4 142 2 1 2,520

3 8 68 6 8 2 7 1

64 49 57 6 4 1 5 5 76 3 4 4 1

0.20% 0.05%

56 34 51 3 1 1 4 4 73 3 9 2 2

2.91% 1.77% 2.65% 0.16% 0.05% 0.05% 0.21% 0.21% 3.80% 0.16% 0.47% 0.10% 0.10%

52

2.30%

50

2.46%

1 41

0.05% 2.13%

46 1,583 13

2.03% 69.89% 0.57%

24 42 2 2 125

1.06% 1.85% 0.09% 0.09% 5.52%

35 1,355 10 1 18 37 3 3 146

1.72% 66.72% 0.49% 0.05% 0.89% 1.82% 0.15% 0.15% 7.19%

37 1,326 6 1 13 48 1 2 103

1.92% 68.95% 0.31% 0.05% 0.68% 2.50% 0.05% 0.10% 5.36%

1 2,220

0.04% 98.01%

1 1,992

0.05% 98.08%

1,879

97.71%

23 4 3 30 2,550

0.90% 0.16% 0.12% 1.18%

42 2 1 45 2,265

1.85% 0.09% 0.04% 1.99%

38 1

1.87% 0.05%

42 2

2.18% 0.10%

39 2,031

1.92%

44 1,923

2.29%

25 4 15

1.07% 0.17% 0.64%

30 4 11

1.18% 0.16% 0.43%

2 61 34 62 4 7

0.09% 2.60% 1.45% 2.65% 0.17% 0.30%

71 39 78 7 2

1 14 105 5 11 1 9 1 3 60 1 50 1,592 16 1 21 43 3 3 156

0.04% 0.60% 4.48% 0.21% 0.47% 0.04% 0.38% 0.04% 0.13% 2.56% 0.04% 2.13% 67.98% 0.68% 0.04% 0.90% 1.84% 0.13% 0.13% 6.66%

1 2,316

0.04% 98.89%

24 2

1.02% 0.09%

26 2,342

1.11%

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Undergraduate Headcount Enrollment Of North Carolina Residents By Home County, Fall 2009 - 2013 2009-2010 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 Percent of Percent of Percent of Percent of Percent of County Grand Grand Grand Grand Grand No. Total No. Total No. Total No. Total No. Total 12 0.75% 12 0.68% 14 0.88% 15 1.11% 14 1.06% Alamance 2 0.13% 2 0.11% 1 0.07% 5 0.38% Anson 7 0.44% 8 0.45% 5 0.32% 3 0.22% Beaufort 46 2.89% 41 2.32% 20 1.26% 11 0.81% 6 0.45% Bertie 11 0.69% 16 0.90% 12 0.76% 8 0.59% 9 0.68% Bladen 12 0.75% 11 0.62% 12 0.76% 8 0.59% 13 0.98% Brunswick 39 2.45% 33 1.86% 26 1.64% 19 1.40% 14 1.06% Buncombe 1 0.06% 1 0.07% 1 0.08% Burke 19 1.19% 30 1.69% 32 2.02% 23 1.70% 18 1.36% Cabarrus 1 0.07% Caldwell 1 0.07% 1 0.08% Camden 1 0.06% 1 0.06% Carteret 3 0.19% 2 0.11% 1 0.08% Caswell 3 0.19% 3 0.17% 1 0.06% 3 0.22% 4 0.30% Catawba 4 0.25% 4 0.23% 3 0.19% 2 0.15% 2 0.15% Chatham 3 0.19% 1 0.06% 1 0.06% 2 0.15% 2 0.15% Chowan 5 0.31% 4 0.23% 2 0.13% 4 0.30% 4 0.30% Cleveland 17 1.07% 15 0.85% 7 0.44% 7 0.52% 11 0.83% Columbus 24 1.51% 28 1.58% 8 0.51% 5 0.37% 11 0.83% Craven 58 3.64% 65 3.67% 59 3.73% 53 3.91% 67 5.05% Cumberland 2 0.13% 1 0.06% 1 0.06% Currituck 14 0.88% 11 0.62% 13 0.82% 9 0.66% 11 0.83% Davidson 1 0.06% 1 0.06% 1 0.08% Davie 4 0.25% 9 0.51% 6 0.38% 5 0.37% 4 0.30% Duplin 107 6.72% 131 7.40% 120 7.58% 91 6.72% 103 7.77% Durham 81 5.09% 73 4.12% 10 0.63% 9 0.66% 16 1.21% Edgecombe 36 2.26% 33 1.86% 38 2.40% 34 2.51% 20 1.51% Forsyth 11 0.69% 9 0.51% 17 1.07% 24 1.77% 24 1.81% Franklin 5 0.31% 10 0.56% 10 0.63% 8 0.59% 13 0.98% Gaston 10 0.63% 10 0.56% 5 0.32% 1 0.07% 1 0.08% Gates 7 0.44% 8 0.45% 6 0.38% 6 0.44% 3 0.23% Granville 2 0.13% 3 0.17% 4 0.25% 5 0.37% 2 0.15% Greene 73 4.59% 82 4.63% 70 4.42% 75 5.54% 80 6.03% Guilford 17 1.07% 17 0.96% 24 1.52% 16 1.18% 23 1.73% Halifax 35 2.20% 47 2.66% 29 1.83% 7 0.52% 9 0.68% Harnett 2 0.13% 1 0.06% 2 0.13% 2 0.15% 1 0.08% Henderson 46 2.89% 50 2.82% 37 2.34% 29 2.14% 23 1.73% Hertford 4 0.25% 3 0.17% 5 0.32% 8 0.59% 11 0.83% Hoke 2 0.13% 4 0.23% 8 0.51% 5 0.37% 2 0.15% Iredell 17 1.07% 18 1.02% 17 1.07% 12 0.89% 10 0.75% Johnston 5 0.31% 4 0.23% 2 0.13% 1 0.07% Jones 2 0.13% 8 0.45% 7 0.44% 5 0.37% 7 0.53% Lee 12 0.75% 21 1.19% 14 0.88% 12 0.89% 16 1.21% Lenoir 1 0.06% 2 0.11% 3 0.19% 4 0.30% 4 0.30% Lincoln 3 0.22% 5 0.38% 9 0.57% 7 0.40% 5 0.32% Martin 86 5.40% 117 6.61% 122 7.71% 148 10.92% 116 8.75% Mecklenburg 4 0.25% 3 0.17% 2 0.13% 2 0.15% 3 0.23% Montgomery 4 0.25% 7 0.40% 7 0.44% 6 0.44% 13 0.98% Moore 11 0.69% 13 0.73% 56 3.54% 45 3.32% 39 2.94% Nash 44 2.76% 51 2.88% 47 2.97% 51 3.76% 54 4.07% New Hanover 9 0.57% 9 0.51% 13 0.82% 9 0.66% 12 0.90% Northampton

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Undergraduate Headcount Enrollment Of North Carolina Residents By Home County, Fall 2009 - 2013 2009-2010 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 Percent of Percent of Percent of Percent of Percent of County Grand Grand Grand Grand Grand No. Total No. Total No. Total No. Total No. Total 1 0.06% 2 0.13% 2 0.15% 1 0.08% Onslow 8 0.50% 11 0.62% 11 0.69% 8 0.59% 11 0.83% Orange 2 0.13% 2 0.11% Pamlico 2 0.13% 1 0.06% 1 0.06% Pasquotank 9 0.57% 8 0.45% 6 0.38% 7 0.52% 5 0.38% Pender 1 0.08% Perquimans 3 0.19% 4 0.23% 1 0.06% 6 0.44% 12 0.90% Person 90 5.65% 84 4.75% 81 5.12% 72 5.31% 51 3.85% Pitt 6 0.38% 5 0.28% 5 0.32% 3 0.22% 2 0.15% Randolph 6 0.38% 7 0.40% 5 0.32% 4 0.30% 8 0.60% Richmond 15 0.94% 16 0.90% 17 1.07% 12 0.89% 7 0.53% Robeson 7 0.44% 8 0.45% 7 0.44% 11 0.81% 9 0.68% Rockingham 12 0.75% 14 0.79% 12 0.76% 12 0.89% 6 0.45% Rowan 3 0.17% 1 0.06% 1 0.08% Rutherford 4 0.25% 14 0.79% 8 0.51% 6 0.44% 7 0.53% Sampson 5 0.31% 3 0.17% 5 0.32% 3 0.22% 4 0.30% Scotland 2 0.11% 3 0.19% 2 0.15% 1 0.08% Stanly 11 0.69% 23 1.30% 19 1.20% 13 0.96% 13 0.98% Union 1 0.06% 1 0.06% 17 1.07% 13 0.96% 1 0.08% Vance 420 26.38% 466 26.33% 429 27.10% 338 24.94% 328 24.74% Wake 12 0.75% 12 0.68% 11 0.69% 8 0.59% 10 0.75% Warren 3 0.19% 4 0.23% 2 0.13% 1 0.07% 4 0.30% Washington 22 1.38% 22 1.24% 17 1.07% 13 0.96% 14 1.06% Wayne 22 1.38% 21 1.19% 21 1.33% 21 1.55% 20 1.51% Wilson 1 0.07% 1 0.08% Yadkin 1 0.06% Yancey 1,770 1,583 1,355 1,326 Grand Total 1,592

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Undergraduate International Student Headcount Enrollment by Country, Fall 2009- 2013

Country Bahamas Benin Brazil Canada China, Peoples Republic Colombia Croatia Ecuador Ethiopia Gambia Ghana Jamaica Kenya Mozambique Nigeria Puerto Rico Russian Federation St. Vincent & The Grenad Tanzania, United Republic Tunisia

2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011 2011 - 2012 2012 - 2013 2013 - 2014 Percent of Percent of Percent of Percent of Percent of Grand Grand Grand Grand Grand No. Total No. Total No. Total No. Total No. Total 6 25.00% 9 39.13% 12 28.57% 15 39.47% 21 50.00% 1 4.35% 1 2.38% 1 2.63% 1 2.38% 3 12.50% 2 8.70% 4 9.52% 3 7.89% 3 7.14% 2 8.33% 1

4.17% 4

1

4.17%

1

4.17%

1

4.17%

4 1

16.67% 4.17%

1

4.17%

1

4.17%

1

4.17%

Turks & Caicos Islands Virgin Islands, British Zimbabwe Unknown

1

Grand Total

24

1 1 1 1

1 3

9.52%

3

7.89%

3

7.14%

1

2.38%

1 2

2.63% 5.26%

1 2

2.38% 4.76%

3 1 1 10

7.14% 2.38% 2.38% 23.81%

3

7.89%

4

9.52%

1 5

2.63% 13.16%

4

9.52%

1

2.38%

1

2.63%

1

2.38%

1

2.38%

1

2.38%

4.35% 4.35% 4.35% 4.35%

4.35% 13.04%

1

4.35%

1

2.38%

1

4.35%

1

2.38%

4.35%

1 1

2.38% 2.38%

1 4.17% 23

42

51

1 1 1 38

2.63% 2.63% 2.63%

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Headcount Enrollment by Classification, Fall 2009 - 2013 2009-2010

2010-2011

2011-2012

Classification First-time Freshman

No. 612

Cont. Freshman

406

16.00%

455

16.72%

419

17.42%

402

18.42%

371

17.99%

Sophomore

416

16.39%

406

14.92%

425

17.67%

346

15.85%

338

16.39%

Junior

446

17.57%

448

16.46%

393

16.34%

360

16.49%

289

14.02%

Senior

451

17.77%

516

18.96%

472

19.63%

412

18.87%

388

18.82%

Grad Student

196

7.72%

172

6.32%

140

5.82%

152

6.96%

139

6.74%

Special/Unclassified

11

0.43%

8

0.33%

4

0.18%

2,538

2,722

No. 548

% of Total 22.79%

2013-2014

% of Total 24.11%

Grand Total

No. 725

% of Total 26.63%

2012-2013

2,405

No. 507

% of Total 23.22%

No. 537

% of Total 26.04%

2,183

2,062

Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) Enrollment by Classification, Fall 2009 - 2013 2009-2010

2010-2011

2011-2012

2012-2013

2013-2014

FTE

FTE

FTE

FTE

FTE

First-time Freshman

598.75

705.25

540.75

500.50

535.50

Cont. Freshman

392.00

436.75

407.75

389.00

360.00

Sophomore

404.25

394.00

412.50

340.25

327.50

Junior

433.50

437.00

378.50

350.75

283.00

Senior

421.50

486.00

435.00

383.50

361.00

Grad Student

181.75

155.25

130.00

140.00

127.00

5.25

2.50

2,310

2,107

Classification

Special/Unclassified

5.25

Grand Total

2,437

2,614

52

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Full-time Equivalent (FTE) Enrollment by Department and Major, Fall 2009 - 2013 Undergraduate Division - College of Arts and Sciences Department Humanities

Mass Communications Natural Sciences & Mathematics

Religion & Philosophy

Social Sciences

Visual & Performing Arts

Major

2009-2010 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014

English English Education Liberal Studies Total Mass Communications Total Biology Chemistry Environmental Science Mathematics Mathematics Education Physics Total Religion & Philosophy Religious Studies Total International Business International Relations Political Science Psychology Sociology Sociology:Criminal Justice Total Music Theatre Total

17.75 10.00 23.75 51.50 89.25 89.25 100.00 13.75 1.00 5.00 2.00 7.00 128.75 83.00 2.00 85.00 3.00 7.00 29.75 148.50 143.00 209.00 540.25 25.00 19.75 44.75 939.50

College of Arts and Sciences Total

20.75 8.50 20.00 49.25 137.00 137.00 118.75 13.75 3.00 17.00 4.00 3.00 159.50 88.75

15.25 9.00 12.25 36.50 110.25 110.25 114.50 12.00 4.00 12.25

88.75 2.00 5.75 44.50 170.00 110.75 245.50 578.50 27.25 16.50 43.75 1056.75

74.00 3.00 5.00 38.25 146.75 89.50 219.00 501.50 32.00 11.00 43.00 911.00

3.00 145.75 74.00

8.00 4.25 6.75 19.00 111.75 111.75 108.75 10.00

9.75 9.00 13.50 32.25 113.25 113.25 91.00 9.00

11.00 1.00

18.00

130.75 59.50

118.00 44.75

59.50

44.75

0.25 46.00 130.00 70.50 205.75 452.50 27.00 1.00 28.00 801.50

1.00 47.00 115.25 65.50 153.00 381.75 20.00 20.00 710.00

Undergraduate Division - College of Graduate and Professional Studies Department Allied Health Professions

Business & Public Admin.

Computer Info. Sciences

Major Adapted PE:Exercise Science Adapted PE:Kinesiotherapy Athletic Training Communication Sciences & Disorders/Speech Path Recreation/Recreation Mgmt. Recreational Therapy/Therapeutic Recreation Total Business Administration:Accounting Business Administration:Management Business Management Emergency Management Entrepreneurship Public Administration Total Computer Information Systems Computer Science

2010-2011

2011-2012

2012-2013

41.75 57.50

38.50 83.50

43.50 84.50

49.50 96.00

2013-2014 12.00 38.75 104.75

17.50

17.00

20.00

16.00

14.25

85.50

77.00

67.50

66.00

74.50

17.25

27.25

22.00

19.50

19.00

219.50 44.50

243.25 40.75

237.50 34.50

247.00 34.75

263.25 34.50

451.00

493.00

409.00

325.50

277.25

2.25

Total B-K Education Early Child Development Elementary Education Teacher Certification Undeclared/ non-degree-seeking Total Social Work Social Work College of Graduate and Professional Studies Total Education

Undeclared/ non-degree-seeking

2009-2010

Undeclared/ non-degree-seeking

Undergraduate Total 53

7.75 3.00 32.25 538.50 53.25 48.75 102.00 44.50

5.75 1.00 46.00 586.50 70.00 66.50 136.50 39.75

99.50

81.50

144.00 225.50 1229.50

3.50 36.50 483.50 55.00 56.25 111.25 41.50 67.25 1.50

29.50 392.00 48.50 43.25 91.75 30.75 8.00 52.25 1.00

24.50 336.25 45.75 38.50 84.25 26.75 15.00 31.75

1.75 123.00 262.25 1351.50

110.25 238.00 1180.50

92.00 226.75 1049.50

73.50 222.00 979.25

86.25

50.75

88.25

115.50

177.75

2255.25

2459.00

2179.75

1966.50

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Full-time Equivalent (FTE) Enrollment by Department and Major, Fall 2009 - 2013 Graduate Division Department/School Divinity School

Education

Major Divinity (M.Div) Religious Education (M.R.E.) Total Curriculum & Instruction Undeclared/ non-degree-seeking Total

2009-2010 156 20 176 6

Graduate Total Grand Total

54

2011-2012 106 18 124 6

2012-2013 113 17 130 11

2013-2014 97 14 111 16

6 182

2010-2011 130 20 150 5 1 6 155

6 130

11 140

16 127

2,437

2,614

2,310

2,107

1,994

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Full-time Equivalent (FTE) Enrollment by Division and Location, Fall 2009 - 2013 Division Undergraduate

Location Raleigh Day Ahoskie

100.50

94.25

52.50

29.00

19.50

Asheville

37.50

32.75

25.25

19.25

13.50

Durham

97.50

96.50

81.75

62.00

53.50

Fayetteville

41.25

37.25

37.75

22.75

30.00

Harnett Corr.

16.50

23.00

21.00

High Point

56.00

60.00

50.00

40.50

43.75

Kannapolis

39.50

48.25

39.25

38.75

21.75

Raleigh CAPE

193.00

177.50

139.75

115.25

117.25

Rocky Mount/Greenville

137.00

137.25

114.50

100.75

62.75

Wilmington

59.50

65.00

59.00

55.25

53.25

Women's Corr.

53.50

62.25

44.75

2.25

2,255.25

2,459.00

2,179.75

1,966.50

1,867.00

176.25

149.75

124.25

129.50

111.00

5.50

5.50

5.75

10.50

16.00

181.75

155.25

130.00

140.00

127.00

2,437

2,614

2,310

2,107

1,994

Undergraduate Total Graduate

Divinity School Education-Grad Div. Graduate Total

Grand Total

2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011 2011 - 2012 2012 - 2013 2013 - 2014 1,423.50 1,625.00 1,514.25 1,480.75 1,451.75

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Credit Hours Generated by Classification, Fall 2009 - 2013 Classification

2009-2010

2010-2011

2011-2012

2012-2013

2013-2014

1st-time Freshman

8,573

10,080

7,850

6,966

8,182

Cont. Freshman

5,368

5,953

5,623

5,367

5,139

Sophomore

5,799

5,551

5,880

4,975

4,824

Junior

6,420

6,362

5,476

5,159

4,244

Senior

5,829

6,831

6,182

5,491

5,171

Grad Student

1,727

1,448

1,218

1,329

1,169

66

30

32,294

29,316

Special/Unclassified Grand Total

63 33,778

36,224

56

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Credit Hours Generated by Division and Location, Fall 2009 - 2013 Division Undergraduate

Graduate

Location Raleigh Day

2009-2010 21,143

2010-2011 23,846

2011-2012 22,398

2012-2013 21,608

2013-2014 22,091

Ahoskie

1,373

1,269

695

367

246

Asheville

540

477

330

258

180

Durham

1,267

1,269

1,086

851

714

Fayetteville

531

489

497

280

374

Harnett Corr.

198

276

294

High Point

780

771

624

501

567

Kannapolis

549

678

549

522

285

Raleigh CAPE

2,517

2,350

1,846

1,538

1,607

Rocky Mount/Greenville

1,716

1,722

1,451

1,315

825

Wilmington

792

879

760

720

670

Women's Corr.

645

750

546

27

Total

32,051

34,776

31,076

27,987

27,559

Divinity School

1,682

1,403

1,170

1,245

1,040

45

45

48

84

129

1,727

1,448

1,218

1,329

1,169

33,778

36,224

32,294

29,316

28,728

Education-Grad Div. Total Grand Total

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Credit Hours Generated by Division and Location, Fall 2009 - 2013 Division Undergraduate

Graduate

Location Raleigh Day

2009-2010 21,143

2010-2011 23,846

2011-2012 22,398

2012-2013 21,608

2013-2014 22,091

Ahoskie

1,373

1,269

695

367

246

Asheville

540

477

330

258

180

Durham

1,267

1,269

1,086

851

714

Fayetteville

531

489

497

280

374

Harnett Corr.

198

276

294

High Point

780

771

624

501

567

Kannapolis

549

678

549

522

285

Raleigh CAPE

2,517

2,350

1,846

1,538

1,607

Rocky Mount/ Greenville

1,716

1,722

1,451

1,315

825

Wilmington

792

879

760

720

670

Women's Corr.

645

750

546

27

Total

32,051

34,776

31,076

27,987

27,559

Divinity School

1,682

1,403

1,170

1,245

1,040

45

45

48

84

129

1,727

1,448

1,218

1,329

1,169

33,778

36,224

32,294

29,316

28,728

Education-Grad Div. Total Grand Total

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Credit Hours Generated by Division, Department and Major, Fall 2009 - 2013 Undergraduate Division - College of Arts and Sciences Department Humanities

Mass Communications Natural Sciences & Mathematics

Religion & Philosophy

Social Sciences

Visual & Performing Arts

Major English English Education Liberal Studies Total Mass Communications Biology Chemistry Environmental Science Mathematics Mathematics Education Physics Total Religion & Philosophy Religious Studies Total International Business International Relations Political Science Psychology Sociology Sociology:Criminal Justice

20092010 255 146 319 720 1,292 1,522 203 15 85 32 100 1,956 1,111 24 1,135 45 101 445 2,161 1,965

20102011 300 118 284 702 1,986 1,735 205 43 264 63 46 2,355 1,180

20112012 228 136 167 530 1,605 1,697 181 67 188

1,180 27 85 678 2,426 1,529

959 52 88 585 2,075 1,199

2,971

3,571

7,685 377 299 676 13,463

Total Music Theatre Total

College of Arts and Sciences Total

59

20122013 125 55 88 268 1,654 1,631 148

20132014 175 137 186 498 1,663 1,409 135

152 17

277

1,947 785

1,821 598

785

598

3 716 1,872 952

13 734 1,696 919

3,141

2,856

2,195

8,316 395 234 629

7,139 476 158 634

6,399 392 18 410

5,557 312

15,166

13,045

11,461

10,448

47 2,179 959

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Credit Hours Generated by Division, Department and Major, Fall 2009 - 2013 Undergraduate Division - College of Graduate and Professional Studies Department Allied Health Professions

Business & Public Admin.

Computer Info. Sciences

Education

Major Adapted PE:Exercise Science Adapted PE:Kinesiotherapy Athletic Training Communication Sciences & Disorders/Speech Path Recreation/Recreation Mgmt. Recreational Therapy/Therapeutic Recreation Total Business Administration:Accounting

20092010

20102011

20112012

20122013

20132014 191

Business Administration:Manageme nt Business Management Emergency Management Entrepreneurship Public Administration Total Computer Information Systems Computer Science Total B-K Education Early Child Development Elementary Education Teacher Certification Undeclared/ non-degreeseeking Total Social Work

604

596

682

761

602

861

1,266

1,290

1,426

1,620

276

251

296

245

212

1,260

1,118

1,004

992

1,138

246

409

338

286

293

3,246

3,639

3,609

3,709

4,056

643

597

512

485

534

6,259

6,732

5,640

4,525

3,959

104 51 430 7,485

75 18 610 8,031

51 516 6,719

417 5,453

321 4,814

815

1,032

808

743

686

731 1,546 575

940 1,972 510

831 1,639 560

1,477

1,184

962 18

606 1,349 419 108 721 12

585 1,271 396 216 489

27

24 2,052 3,042

1,718 3,525

1,540 3,245

1,260 3,151

1,101 3,168

College of Graduate and Professional Studies Total

17,370

18,884

16,751

14,921

14,408

Undeclared/ non-degreeseeking

1,218

727

1,280

1,605

2,704

32,051

34,776

31,076

27,987

27,559

Social Work

Undergraduate Division Total

Undeclared/ non-degreeseeking

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Credit Hours Generated by Division, Department and Major, Fall 2009 - 2013

Department/School Divinity School

Education

Graduate Division 2009Major 2010 1,502 Divinity (M.Div) Religious Education 180 (M.R.E.) 1,682 Total 45 Curriculum & Instruction Undeclared/ non-degreeseeking 45 Total

20102011 1,229

20112012 1,008

20122013 1,104

20132014 918

174

162

141

122

1,403 39

1,170 48

1,245 84

1,040 129

45

48

84

129

6

Graduate Division Total

1,727

1,448

1,218

1,329

1,169

Grand Total

33,778

36,224

32,294

29,316

28,728

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Students in University Housing, Fall 2009 - 2013 2009-2010

2010-2011

2011-2012

2012-2013

2013-2014

317

355

325

307

287

370

375

358

288

312

118

116

117

107

110

146

240

176

116

113

Total men in University housing

444

545

491

414

397

Total women in University housing

507

541

485

404

425

Total students in University housing

951

1,086

976

818

822

Commuters*

1,587

1,636

1,429

1,365

1,240

Total all students

2,538

2,722

2,405

2,183

2,062

Percentage of students in University housing*

37%

40%

41%

37%

40%

Fleming/Kee Living-Learning Hall Dimple M. Newsome LivingLearning Hall Talbert O. Shaw Living Learning Center Men's Residence Talbert O. Shaw Living Learning Center Women's Residence

TOSLLC - Talbert O. Shaw Living Learning Center * Includes CAPE students

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Fall to Fall Retention Rates of First-time, Full-time Degree-seeking Freshmen by Year of Entry 2008 - 2009 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011 2011 - 2012 2012 - 2013 A. No. of 1st-time, full-time (FT), degree-seeking freshmen as of fall semester census date B. No. and percent of students from line A who returned for 2nd year (Fall Semester) C. No. and percent of students from line A who returned for 3rd year (Fall Semester) D. No. and percent of students from line A who returned for 4th year (Fall Semester) E. No. and percent of students from line A who returned for 5th year (Fall Semester) F. No. and percent of students from line A who returned for 6th year (Fall Semester)

532

581

679

533

495

274

320

332

205

211

51.50%

55.08%

48.90%

38.46%

42.63%

209

241

217

151

*

39.29%

41.48%

31.96%

28.33%

*

176

195

188

*

*

33.08%

33.56%

27.69%

*

*

88

122

*

*

*

16.54%

21.00%

*

*

*

44

*

*

*

*

8.27%

*

*

*

*

* Future data

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Fall to Fall Retention of First-Time, Full-Time Freshmen By Initial Major, 2008 - 2012 Cohorts 2008 - 2009 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011 2011 - 2012 Department / Major

2012 - 2013

No. No. % No. No. % No. No. % No. No. % No. No. % Enrolled Retained Retained Enrolled Retained Retained Enrolled Retained Retained Enrolled Retained Retained Enrolled Retained Retained College of Arts and Sciences

Humanities 2 English 2 English Education 9 Liberal Studies 13 Total Mass Communications Mass 20 Communications Natural Sciences & Mathematics 33 Biology 10 Chemistry Environmental Science 2 Mathematics Mathematics 1 Education 1 Physics 47 Total Religion & Philosophy Religion & 16 Philosophy Religious Studies 16 Total Social Sciences International 1 Business International 1 Relations 4 Political Science 33 Psychology 27 Sociology Sociology:Criminal 17 Justice 83 Total

1 2 3 6

50.0% 100.0% 33.3% 46.2%

4 3 3 10

2 2 4

66.7% 66.7% 40.0%

1 6

2

10

50.0%

27

15

55.6%

52

18 5

54.5% 50.0%

32 7

17 4

53.1% 57.1%

1

5

50.0%

2

40.0%

2 2

50.0% 66.7%

33.3%

4 3 1 8

4

26

50.0%

23

43 6

24 2

55.8% 33.3%

40 5

2

1

50.0%

8

6

75.0%

50.0%

2 2 4

1 1 2

50.0% 50.0% 50.0%

9

39.1%

27

7

25.9%

17

42.5%

54 7

27 2

50.0% 28.6%

4

1

25.0%

2

3

1

24

51.1%

2 41

1 22

50.0% 53.7%

2 64

33

51.6%

2 49

17

34.7%

66

30

45.5%

9

56.3%

10

10

100.0%

8

5

62.5%

7

7

100.0%

5

1

20.0%

9

56.3%

1 11

10

90.9%

8

5

62.5%

7

7

100.0%

5

1

20.0%

1

100.0%

2

2

100.0%

1

100.0%

2

2

100.0%

1

1

100.0%

3 15 11

75.0% 45.5% 40.7%

10 25 51

5 12 25

50.0% 48.0% 49.0%

16 56 21

8 32 11

50.0% 57.1% 52.4%

6 27 13

4 6 5

66.7% 22.2% 38.5%

13 33 6

11 16 1

84.6% 48.5% 16.7%

10

58.8%

37

23

62.2%

64

27

42.2%

59

24

40.7%

43

14

32.6%

41

49.4%

125

67

53.6%

158

79

50.0%

107

41

38.3%

95

42

44.2%

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Fall to Fall Retention of First-Time, Full-Time Freshmen By Initial Major, 2008 - 2012 Cohorts 2008 - 2009 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011 2011 - 2012

2012 - 2013

No. No. % No. No. % No. No. % No. No. % No. No. % Department / Enrolled Retained Retained Enrolled Retained Retained Enrolled Retained Retained Enrolled Retained Retained Enrolled Retained Retained Major Visual & Performing Arts 13 12 92.3% 8 6 75.0% 9 6 66.7% 12 5 41.7% 8 4 50.0% Music 7 4 57.1% 9 4 44.4% 8 2 25.0% 6 2 33.3% Theatre 20 16 80.0% 17 10 58.8% 17 8 47.1% 18 7 38.9% 8 4 50.0% Total

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Fall to Fall Retention of First-Time, Full-Time Freshmen By Initial Major, 2008 - 2012 Cohorts 2008 - 2009 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011 2011 - 2012

2012 - 2013

No. No. % No. No. % No. No. % No. No. % No. No. % Enrolled Retained Retained Enrolled Retained Retained Enrolled Retained Retained Enrolled Retained Retained Enrolled Retained Retained College of Graduate and Professional Studies Allied Health Professions Adapted 22 9 40.9% 13 6 46.2% 9 7 77.8% 12 7 58.3% 12 8 66.7% Pe:Kinesiotherapy 11 7 63.6% 16 6 37.5% 38 10 26.3% 41 12 29.3% 41 20 48.8% Athletic Training Communication Sciences & 1 1 100.0% 5 4 80.0% 4 4 100.0% 3 1 33.3% 2 1 50.0% Disorders/Speech Path Recreation/Recreati 6 2 33.3% 17 8 47.1% 6 1 16.7% 7 3 42.9% 8 2 25.0% on Mgmt. Recreational 3 1 33.3% 5 4 80.0% 11 4 36.4% 4 4 2 50.0% Therapy/Therapeuti c Recreation 43 20 46.5% 56 28 50.0% 68 26 38.2% 67 23 34.3% 67 33 49.3% Total Business & Public Administration Department / Major

Business Admin/Accounting

14

3

Business 88 45 Admin/Mgmt. Emergency 1 Management Public 8 5 Administration 111 53 Total Computer Information Sciences

21.4%

11

8

72.7%

9

3

33.3%

6

2

33.3%

3

2

66.7%

51.1%

124

67

54.0%

125

75

60.0%

79

23

29.1%

66

32

48.5%

1 62.5%

5

4

80.0%

6

2

33.3%

1

1

100.0%

1

47.7%

141

79

56.0%

140

80

57.1%

86

26

30.2%

70

34

48.6%

Computer Information Systems

11

5

45.5%

13

6

46.2%

25

12

48.0%

8

5

62.5%

5

1

20.0%

Computer Science Total

19 30

8 13

42.1% 43.3%

14 27

10 16

71.4% 59.3%

25 50

9 21

36.0% 42.0%

22 30

10 15

45.5% 50.0%

9 14

3 4

33.3% 28.6%

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Fall to Fall Retention of First-Time, Full-Time Freshmen By Initial Major, 2008 - 2012 Cohorts 2008 - 2009 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011 2011 - 2012

2012 - 2013

No. No. % No. No. % No. No. % No. No. % No. No. % Department / Enrolled Retained Retained Enrolled Retained Retained Enrolled Retained Retained Enrolled Retained Retained Enrolled Retained Retained Major Education 9 4 44.4% 7 4 57.1% 6 5 83.3% 12 3 25.0% 6 4 66.7% B-K Education Early Child 2 1 50.0% Development Elementary 39 27 69.2% 29 15 51.7% 24 9 37.5% 18 4 22.2% 13 6 46.2% Education 48 31 64.6% 36 19 52.8% 30 14 46.7% 30 7 23.3% 21 11 52.4% Total Social Work 22 15 68.2% 34 19 55.9% 42 20 47.6% 40 22 55.0% 33 16 48.5% Social Work Undeclared/ non-degree-seeking Undeclared/ non79 36 45.6% 56 28 50.0% 44 17 38.6% 68 26 38.2% 85 31 36.5% degree-seeking University Total

532

274

51.5%

581

317

54.6%

679

331

67

48.7%

533

204

38.3%

495

215

43.4%

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Completion Rates of First-time, Full-Time Degree-Seeking Freshman by Year of Entry Year of Entry

2004 - 2005 2005 - 2006 2006 - 2007 2007 - 2008 2008 - 2009

A. No. of 1st-time, full-time (FT), degreeseeking freshmen as of fall semester census date B. No. and percent of students from line A graduated in 4 years or less. C. No. and percent of students from line A graduated in 5 years or less (including those from line B). D. No. and percent of students from line A graduated in 6 years or less (including those from lines B and C).

418

573

674

565

532

70

82

88

95

72

16.75%

14.31%

13.06%

16.81%

13.53%

105

135

152

148

117

25.12%

23.56%

22.55%

26.19%

21.99%

122

160

174

172

135

29.19%

27.92%

25.82%

30.44%

25.38%

68

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Completion Rates of Fall 2004 - 2008 First-Time, Full-Time Degree-Seeking Students by Inititial Major

Department / Major

Humanities English English Education Liberal Studies Spanish Total Mass Communications

No. in Cohort

2004-2005 No. Graduated Within 6 Years

6 Yr. Grad Rate

2006-2007 No. 6 Yr. No. in Graduated Grad Cohort Within 6 Rate Years College of Arts and Sciences

6 Yr. Grad Rate

16.67% 50.00% 33.33%

5 4 7

2 1 2

40.00% 25.00% 28.57%

6 Yr. Grad Rate

3

75.00%

1

No. in Cohort

2008-2009 No. Graduated Within 6 Years

6 Yr. Grad Rate

2

1

50.00%

3

1

33.33%

14

4

28.57%

16

5

31.25%

4 2 5 1 12

23

6

26.09%

54

18

33.33%

39

15

38.46%

18

8

44.44%

20

5

25.00%

Natural Sciences & Mathematics Biology 16 Chemistry 3

3 1

18.75% 33.33%

31 3

8

25.81%

34 3

10 1

29.41% 33.33%

26 2

10 1

38.46% 50.00%

33 10

8 2

24.24% 20.00%

Environmental Science

1

100.00%

1

1

1 1 2

No. in Cohort

2007-2008 No. Graduated Within 6 Years

6 2 6

Mass Communications

1

No. in Cohort

2005-2006 No. Graduated Within 6 Years

20.00%

2 2 9

1 2

50.00% 22.22%

4

33.33%

13

3

23.08%

3

Mathematics

2

5

2

40.00%

1

Mathematics Education

1

1

1 39

2

100.00%

5

2

40.00%

1

1

100.00%

1

9

23.08%

1 48

15

31.25%

1 34

1 13

100.00% 38.24%

1 47

10

21.28%

Physics Total Religion & Philosophy

2 22

Religion & Philosophy

2

3

1

33.33%

17

8

47.06%

10

6

60.00%

16

6

37.50%

Total Social Sciences International Business

2

3

1

33.33%

17

8

47.06%

10

6

60.00%

16

6

37.50%

4

1

1

100.00%

International Relations

4

Political Science Psychology Sociology Sociology:Criminal Justice Total Visual & Performing Arts Music Theatre Total

5 14 11

2 5 2

23

College Total

5

2

22.73%

50.00%

1 2

1

50.00%

3

1

33.33%

1

1

100.00%

1

40.00% 35.71% 18.18%

4 37 13

3 9 4

75.00% 24.32% 30.77%

8 45 68

4 10 14

50.00% 22.22% 20.59%

5 23 51

1 8 11

20.00% 34.78% 21.57%

4 33 27

2 7 6

50.00% 21.21% 22.22%

9

39.13%

41

13

31.71%

16

2

12.50%

21

2

9.52%

17

3

17.65%

61

20

32.79%

97

30

30.93%

140

31

22.14%

102

23

22.55%

83

19

22.89%

5 2 7

1

20.00%

1

14.29%

13 13 26

5 3 8

38.46% 23.08% 30.77%

5 9 14

5 1 6

100.00% 11.11% 42.86%

11 9 20

2 3 5

18.18% 33.33% 25.00%

13 7 20

6 1 7

46.15% 14.29% 35.00%

118

33

27.97%

233

70

30.04%

274

80

29.20%

196

59

30.10%

199

50

25.13%

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Completion Rates of Fall 2004 - 2008 First-Time, Full-Time Degree-Seeking Students by Inititial Major

Department / Major

Allied Health Professions Adapted Pe:Kinesiotherapy Athletic Training Communication Sciences & Disorders/Speech Path

No. in Cohort

6 Yr. Grad Rate

No. in Cohort

2005-2006 2006-2007 No. No. 6 Yr. 6 Yr. No. in Graduated Graduated Grad Grad Cohort Within 6 Within 6 Rate Rate Years Years College of Graduate and Professional Studies

6 Yr. Grad Rate

No. in Cohort

2008-2009 No. Graduated Within 6 Years

6 Yr. Grad Rate

1

14.29%

16

3

18.75%

19

4

21.05%

10

4

40.00%

22

7

31.82%

16

8

50.00%

9

1

11.11%

6

2

33.33%

9

2

22.22%

11

3

27.27%

2

1

50.00%

5

1

20.00%

3

1

1

100.00%

5

7

2

28.57%

2

6

2

33.33%

3

1

1

46

5

29.41%

14

33.33%

35

5

14.29%

38

2

25.00%

7

1

14.29%

2

15

32.61%

128

37

28.91%

150

Emergency Management

1

50.00%

3 9

40

23.68%

26.67%

24

7

29.17%

43

13

30.23%

9

2

22.22%

14

3

21.43%

135

44

32.59%

88

27

30.68%

1

Entrepreneurship 1 Public Administration 1 Total 56 Computer Information Sciences Computer Information 11 Systems Computer Science 16 Total 27 Education B-K Education 3 Biology Education 1 Elementary Education 6 Special Education Total 10 Social Work Social Work 17 College Total

No. in Cohort

2007-2008 No. Graduated Within 6 Years

7

Recreation/Recreation 17 Mgmt. Recreational Therapy/Therapeutic 1 Recreation Total 42 Business & Public Administration Business 8 Admin/Accounting Business Admin/Mgmt.

2004-2005 No. Graduated Within 6 Years

152

2

1

50.00%

1

17

30.36%

137

39

28.47%

3 8 164

1

9.09%

30

9

30.00%

13

3

23.08%

18

8

44.44%

11

2

18.18%

5 6

31.25% 22.22%

24 54

5 14

20.83% 25.93%

15 28

2 5

13.33% 17.86%

18 36

4 12

22.22% 33.33%

19 30

4 6

21.05% 20.00%

1

33.33%

2

2

100.00%

5

9

6

66.67%

9

1

11.11%

1

16.67%

3

13.64%

44

6

13.64%

20.00%

49

6

12.24%

13.64% 100.00% 31.25%

23.08%

5

3 1 10

9

20.00%

22 1 32

39

2

22 1 25

48

10

20.83%

5

29.41%

21

11

52.38%

25

11

44.00%

25

13

52.00%

22

8

36.36%

44

28.95%

272

74

27.21%

304

75

24.67%

264

88

33.33%

254

70

27.56%

70

1 3 44

33.33% 37.50% 26.83%

3 147

46

31.29%

8 111

3 33

37.50% 29.73%

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Completion Rates of Fall 2004 - 2008 First-Time, Full-Time Degree-Seeking Students by Inititial Major

Department / Major

No. in Cohort

Undeclared/ non-degree-seeking Undeclared/ non-degree148 seeking University Total

418

2004-2005 No. Graduated Within 6 Years

6 Yr. Grad Rate

No. in Cohort

45

30.41%

68

122

29.19%

573

2005-2006 No. Graduated Within 6 Years

6 Yr. Grad Rate

No. in Cohort

16

23.53%

96

160

27.92%

674

71

2006-2007 No. Graduated Within 6 Years

6 Yr. Grad Rate

No. in Cohort

19

19.79%

105

174

25.82%

565

2007-2008 No. Graduated Within 6 Years

2008-2009 No. Graduated Within 6 Years

6 Yr. Grad Rate

6 Yr. Grad Rate

No. in Cohort

25

23.81%

79

15

18.99%

172

30.44%

532

135

25.38%

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Degrees Conferred by Award Level and Major, 2009 - 2014 Award Level - Bachelor's

2009-2010

2010-2011

2011-2012

2012-2013

2013-2014

9 0 11 20

5 0 4 9

1 0 4 5

2 0 2 4

23

16

10

22

18 0 0 2 0 2 22

8 3 0 1 0 0 12

12 0 0 2 0 0 14

13 0 0

14

18

13

16

0 0 4 30 27 41 102

1 2 9 22 18 35 87

0 3 3 16 15 19 56

0 1 13 19 13 23 69

2 3 5 186

2 0 2 144

1 2 3 101

4 0 4 128

College of Arts and Sciences HUMANITIES English 4 English Education 0 Liberal Studies 6 Department Total 10 MASS COMMUNICATIONS Mass Communications 19 NATURAL SCIENCES AND MATHEMATICS Biology 7 Chemistry 1 Environmental Science 1 Mathematics 1 Mathematics Education 1 Physics 1 Department Total 12 RELIGION & PHILOSOPHY Religion and Philosophy 19 SOCIAL SCIENCES International Business 0 International Relations 1 Political Science 9 Psychology 33 Sociology 26 Sociology:Criminal Justice 51 Department Total 120 VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS Music 5 Theatre 1 Department Total 6 College of Arts & Sciences Total 186

72

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Degrees Conferred by Award Level and Major, 2009 - 2014 Award Level - Bachelor's

2009-2010

2010-2011

2011-2012

2012-2013

2013-2014

College of Graduate and Professional Studies ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONS Adapted Physical Education: Exercise NA Science Adapted Physical Education: 4 Kinesiotherapy Athletic Training 1 Communication Sciences & 5 Disorders/Speech Path Recreation/Recreation Mgmt. 6 Recreational Therapy/Therapeutic 3 Recreation Department Total 19 BUSINESS AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION Business Administration: Accounting 8 Business Administration: Management 84 Emergency Management 2 Entrepreneurship 0 Public Administration 5 Department Total 99 COMPUTER INFORMATION SCIENCES Computer Information Systems 12 Computer Science 1 Total 13 EDUCATION B-K Education 1 Early Childhood Development NA Elementary Education 0 Department Total 1 SOCIAL WORK Department Total 26 College of Graduate & Professional 158 Studies Total Grand Total Bachelor's Degrees 344

73

NA

NA

NA

6

3

4

6

3

8

5

3

4

4

4

5

4

17

13

11

13

2

0

1

2

34

26

26

32

6 94 2 0 6 108

2 79 3 0 9 93

4 59

6 57

10 73

6 69

12 4 16

7 5 12

10 10

14 1 15

0 NA 3 3

1 6 7 14

1 10 8 19

4 2 6

48

58

49

36

209

203

177

158

395

347

278

286

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Degrees Conferred by Award Level and Major, 2009 - 2014 Award Level - Associate's Business Management Religious Studies Grand Total Associate's Degrees Award Level - Master's / FirstProfessional Master of Divinity Master of Religious Education Master of Science in Curriculum and Instruction: Early Childhood Education Grand Total Master's/First Professional Degrees

2009-2010 8 0 8

2010-2011 9 0 9

2011-2012 0 0 0

2012-2013 6 0 6

2013-2014 1

2009-2010

2010-2011

2011-2012

2012-2013

2013-2014

33 5

23 4

26 0

28 2

13 5

2

0

3

3

0

40

27

29

33

18

1

NA - program not offerred

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Bachelor's Degrees Conferred by School Location, 2009 - 2014 2009-2010

No.

% of Grand Total

172

Ahoskie

2010-2011

No.

% of Grand Total

50.00%

212

21

6.10%

Asheville

4

Durham

2011-2012

No.

% of Grand Total

53.70%

169

14

3.50%

1.20%

5

22

6.40%

Fayetteville

10

Harnett Correctional Center

2012-2013

2013-2014

No.

% of Grand Total

No.

% of Grand Total

48.70%

159

57.19%

192

67.13%

18

5.20%

6

2.16%

2

0.70%

1.30%

7

2.00%

5

1.80%

6

2.10%

23

5.80%

25

7.20%

14

5.04%

25

8.74%

2.90%

4

1.00%

15

4.30%

5

1.80%

5

1.75%

0

0.00%

15

3.80%

9

2.60%

High Point

15

4.40%

13

3.30%

9

2.60%

8

2.88%

5

1.75%

Kannapolis

7

2.00%

9

2.30%

9

2.60%

10

3.60%

3

1.05%

Raleigh

63

18.30%

58

14.70%

52

15.00%

28

10.07%

27

9.44%

Rocky Mount/Greenville

22

6.40%

34

8.60%

19

5.50%

34

12.23%

17

5.94%

Wilmington

8

2.30%

5

1.30%

15

4.30%

9

3.24%

4

1.40%

Women's Correctional Center

0

0.00%

3

0.80%

0

0.00%

CAPE Total

172

50.00%

183

46.30% 178

119

42.81%

94

32.87%

Grand Total

344

395

347

Location

Raleigh Day CAPE Sites

75

51.30%

278

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Honorary Degrees Conferred, 1978 - 2014 Year 1978

Degree Doctor of Humane Letters

1980

Doctor of Humanities Doctor of Humane Letters Doctor of Laws Doctor of Humane Letters

1981

Doctor of Laws Doctor of Divinity

1979

Doctor of Humane Letters

1982

Doctor of Laws Doctor of Humane Letters

1983

Doctor of Humane Letters

1984

Doctor of Humane Letters

1985

Doctor of Laws Doctor of Humane Letters

Doctor of Laws

1986

Doctor of Letters Doctor of Humane Letters Doctor of Laws

1987

Doctor of Divinity Doctor of Humane Letters

1988

Doctor of Humane Letters Doctor of Laws Doctor of Humane Letters

1989

Name George Royall Goodwin, Sr. Louis Gossett, Jr. Ray Charles Elizabeth Schmoke Randolph Andrew James Turner Charles A. Lyons, Jr. George Clyde Debnam Guthrie Louis Turner, Jr. Henry Dehart Cooper Reece Blair Sinclair Richard Lee Price Paul Wayne Drummond Raymond Lee Lassiter, Jr. Fredrick Richmond John Wilson Fleming Johnnie Blunt McLester Mervyn M. Dymally Umara A. Dikko Henry Lucas Hyman L. Jarrett John Harding Lucas Joseph H. Jefferson, Sr. Marcella Woods Ford Wilson Walter Lee Dimple M. Newsome H. E. Edwards Milton M. Daniels Oswald Williams Harris Thomas Edward Kee Bernard E. Anderson William Thomas Brown Edolphus Towns Aaron J. Johnson Robert J. Brown Vernon Malone Willie Cathrine Howell High Avery Council Upchurch Richard F. Sherman Gladys Fowler Graves Luella Dickens Edwards Wilmoth A. Carter James G. Martin Josephine Ophelia Dobbs Clement Mosco Narvell McLean Georgia McNeil Turner Samuel James Weaver David Collins Forbes, Sr. Frank Utley Fletcher Christopher Fairfield Edley Gloria Royal Gary Preston Hubert Grantham

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Honorary Degrees Conferred, 1978 - 2014 Year 1990

Degree Doctor of Arts Doctor of Humane Letters

Doctor of Science 1991

Doctor of Humane Letters Doctor of Laws

1993

Doctor of Humane Letters Doctor of Laws Doctor of Humane Letters

1994

Doctor of Laws Doctor of Humane Letters

1995 1996

Doctor of Divinity Doctor of Humane Letters

1997

Doctor of Divinity Doctor of Humane Letters

1998

Doctor of Humane Letters

1999 2000

Doctor of Divinity Doctor of Divinity Doctor of Humane Letters

1992

2001

Doctor of Laws Doctor of Business Ethics Doctor of Humane Letters

2002

Doctor of Humane Letters

Doctor of Laws Doctor of Music

Name Gladys Knight Eunice Walker Johnson Frank Wilbur Hale, Jr. James "Bonecrusher" Smith Margaret Jaqueline Seagears Cornell Lewis Adams William Alexander Darity Jerry Alexander Moore, Jr. William H. Gray, III Daniel Terry Blue, Jr. Willie Edward Gary Prezell Russell Robinson Robert B. Morgan Marian Wright Edelman Patrick Ewing Lawrence Douglas Wilder Henry J. Lyons Samuel Lloyd Myers Samuel D. Proctor Carolyn Grantham Ennis Henry Ponder Jeremiah J. O'Keefe, Sr. John H. Franklin Silas Napoleon McKinney Edward C. Dolby Evander Holyfield Don King Joseph N. Bell, Jr. Thelma E. Goodrich Reuben Edward Cooper, Jr. Maggie McMoore White John D. Fuller, Sr. Ray Charles Rudolph Kermit King Lewis R. Holding Frederick S. Humphries Mack Sowell Major R. Owens Archie D. Logan, Jr. William Pretty, Jr. William R. (Bill) McNeal Wilma J. Roscoe William C. (Bill) Campbell Roland Marvin Carter

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Honorary Degrees Conferred, 1978 - 2014 Year 2003

Degree Doctor of Arts

Doctor of Humane Letters

2004 2005

Doctor of Laws Doctor of Humane Letters

2006

Doctor of Divinity Doctor of Humane Letters

2007

Doctor of Humane Letters

2008

2009

Doctor of Arts Doctor of Divinity Doctor of Humane Letters Doctor of Humane Letters

2010

Doctor of Laws Doctor of Humane Letters

2011

Doctor of Humane Letters

2012 2013 2013 2013 2014

Doctor of Humane Letters Doctor of Humane Letters Doctor of Humane Letters Doctor of Humane Letters Doctor of Humane Letters

Name Eddie W. Levert, Sr. Eric Nolan Grant Walter L. Williams, Sr. Bob Etheridge James Hustead Semans Linda A. Smith Mary Duke Biddle Trent Semans Richard W. Williams, Sr. Stanley Alexander Wilbert Bryant Elijah E. Cummings John Lewis Julias McDonald Morton Herman Steven G. Pappas Gardner C. Taylor Haywood T. Gray Albert Roker, Jr. Barbara Jean Caviness McSweeney Elizabeth Bias Cofield Reg Weaver William B. Turner, Sr. Clarence G. Newsome Howard Allen Chubbs Kim D. Saunders Martel Anse' Perry Melvin E. Clark Milton H. Jones, Jr. Oswald P. Bronson, Sr. Roger Guenveur Smith Gregory K. Moss, Sr. Vivian Merrick Sansom Olubunmi Oladeinde Peters Wilson A. Lacy Sheila Jackson Lee Ibrahim Shema Janus Adams William H. Cosby, Jr. Alfonza L. Carter Dorothy Cowser Yancy Fred J. Long, Jr. Johnny C. Taylor, Jr. Cleveland L. Sellers, Jr. Audrey P. Battle Gloria Bongi Ngema-Zuma

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Shaw University Fact Book 2013-2014  

4th Edition: Prepared by Office of Strategic Planning, Institutional Research and Effectiveness (OSPIRE) Shaw University

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