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Competitive Land Grant Endowment Research Degrees Service Influential Enrollments Faculty & Staff 2005-2006 Budget Engagement Retention

Fact Booklet

UK’s Top 20 Business Plan By 2020, UK will... Increase enrollment by 7,000 to 34,000 Increase the graduation rate by 12 percent to 72 percent Increase bachelor’s degrees awarded from 3,300 to 6,350 Increase doctorates awarded from 276 to 465 Increase the number of faculty by 625 to more than 2,500 Increase research expenditures by $470 million to $768 million Increase engagement and service efforts throughout the state to improve agriculture, health care, economic development and communities.

An Equal Opportunity University Published by the UK Office of Institutional Research


Table of Contents Letter from President Lee T. Todd, Jr. UK Vision and Mission Enrollment

2-3

Grant and Contract Awards

28

4

Research and Development

29

University Endowment

30

5-9

First-year Student Profile

10-11

Endowed Chairs and Professorships

31

Retention and Graduation Rates

12-13

New Facilities

32

Degrees Conferred

14-16

Land and Space

33

General Equipment Inventories

34

Annual Tuition and Fees

17

Full-time Employees

18-19

Library Collections

35

Alumni and Student Origin Maps

20-21

Benchmark Institutions

36

Faculty Statistics

22-23

Administrative Organization

37

Board of Trustees

38

Administrative History

39

UK Values

40

Faculty Salaries

24

Budgeted Revenue and Expenditures Private Giving

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January 2006 In compliance with KRS 164.250, I am pleased to provide you with the 2005-2006 Fact Booklet, a compendium of current facts about the people and programs at the University of Kentucky. Our stakeholders and the general public will find many items of interest in this booklet, including statistics on enrollments, retention, research expenditures, and faculty salaries. A summary of the 2005-2006 Operating Budget is also presented. Many of the performance indicators compiled in this booklet will be used to judge our effectiveness in the years ahead. Toward that end, we have added several performance indicators and statistics to this year’s booklet, including undergraduate enrollments by residency status and the ACT scores of entering first-year students. Last month, the Board of Trustees approved a bold new framework designed to propel UK into the ranks of world-class research institutions. The Top 20 Business Plan was initiated in an effort to accomplish the mandates contained in the Kentucky Postsecondary Education Improvement Act of 1997. This landmark legislation established a Compact between the people of Kentucky and this institution. In return for its investments in UK, Kentuckians would begin to reap the benefits of a premier public research university, including a better educated population, improved economy, healthier children, and stronger communities. A possible scenario for implementation of the Plan includes the General Assembly increasing the University’s state appropriations by $18 million annually (5.8 percent) and funding more research space, including the completion of the Biological / Pharmaceutical Complex Phase II project in the next biennium. To improve the lives of Kentuckians, UK will invest these funds as well as tuition and fee income and funds derived from internal reallocation in six strategic areas:

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• Undergraduate Education • Student Aid • Academic Support • Faculty • Support Services • Facilities The Commonwealth’s investment in its flagship institution must produce tangible benefits for the people who live, work, and raise families in Kentucky. The UK community will honor the Top 20 Compact by improving communities across Kentucky. Our greatness as a Top 20 university will be judged largely by our ability to harness our formidable intellectual resources in pursuit of solutions to Kentucky’s pressing social, economic, and healthrelated problems.

Sincerely,

Lee T. Todd, Jr. President

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VISION The University of Kentucky will be one of the nation’s 20 best public research universities, an institution recognized world-wide for excellence in teaching, research, and service and a catalyst for intellectual, social, cultural, and economic development.

MISSION The University of Kentucky is a public, research-extensive, land grant university dedicated to enriching people’s lives through excellence in teaching, research, and service. The University of Kentucky: •

Facilitates learning, informed by scholarship and research.

Expands knowledge through research, scholarship and creative activity.

Serves a global community by disseminating, sharing and applying knowledge.

The University, as the flagship institution, plays a critical leadership role for the Commonwealth by promoting human and economic development that improves lives within Kentucky’s borders and beyond. The University models a diverse community characterized by fairness and social justice. -- Adopted by the Board of Trustees, April 1, 2003

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ENROLLMENT - Headcount and Full-time Equivalent 30,000

Fall 2005 Headcount Level Full-time Part-time Total Undergraduate 17,050 1,652 18,702 Graduate 2,966 2,519 5,485 First Professional 1,469 16 1,485 Subtotal (IPEDS) 21,485 4,187 25,672

25,000 24,061

20,000

20,755 FTE

24,171

24,394

20,854

21,241

24,791 23,742

20,713

25,741

26,260

26,545

26,439

23,119

23,450

23,628

23,852 21,013

21,672

22,596

15,000

UG Auditors Postdoctoral House Staff Total (CPE)

0 224 513 22,222

30 0 0 4,217

30 224 513 26,439

Note: FTE figures have been re-calculated in accordance with CPE’s guidelines, which call for adding the number of full-time students to one-third of the part-time students enrolled.

10,000

5,000

0 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Fall Semester

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ENROLLMENT - Fall 2005 at a Glance Men Women Total

12,530 13,909 26,439

% of Total 47.4 52.6 100.0

Full-time Part-time Total

22,222 4,217 26,439

84.1 15.9 100.0

Resident Non-resident Total

20,637 5,802 26,439

78.1 21.9 100.0

Freshmen Sophomores Juniors Seniors UG Non-degree Subtotal Undergraduate Master/Specialist Doctoral Graduate Non-degree Subtotal Graduate First Professional House Staff/Post Doctoral Total

Note: Percentages may not total properly due to rounding.

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5,159 3,966 3,925 5,366 316 18,732 2,899 2,148 438 5,485 1,485 737 26,439

% of Total 19.5 15.0 14.8 20.3 1.2 70.8 11.0 8.1 1.7 20.7 5.6 2.8 100.0


ENROLLMENT - Fall 2005 by Race/Ethnicity First Post House Undergrad. Grad. Prof. Doc. Staff Total Black, Non-Hispanic Amer. Indian/ Alaskan Native Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic International Not Reported White Total

951

279

57

2

12

1,301

26

7

1

0

0

34

359 189 169 473 16,565 18,732

91 51 11 62 15 1 1,012 15 123 428 109 57 3,606 1,237 30 5,485 1,485 224

36 548 8 275 20 1,339 168 1,235 269 21,707 513 26,439

Black, NonHispanic 4.9%

American Indian 0.1%

International 5.1% Not Reported 4.7%

White 82.1%

Total = 26,439

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Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic 2.1% 1.0%

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UNDERGRADUATES - by Residency Status Number of Undergraduates Enrolled by Residency Status

Fall 2005 Fall 2004 Fall 2003 Fall 2002 Fall 2001 Fall 2000 Fall 1999 Fall 1998 Fall 1997

Kentucky Out-of-State Residents Students 15,481 3,251 15,587 2,905 15,486 2,704 15,348 2,530 14,820 2,464 14,499 2,400 14,441 2,406 14,461 2,696 14,184 2,831

20,000 18,000 16,000 14,000

16.6%

15.7%

14.3%

14.2%

14.3%

83.4%

84.3%

85.7%

85.8%

85.7%

1997

1998

1999

2000

14.2%

14.9%

15.7%

17.4%

85.8%

85.1%

84.3%

82.6%

2002

2003

2004

2005

12,000 10,000 8,000 6,000 4,000 2,000 0 2001 Fall Semester Kentucky Residents

Out-of-State Students

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APPLIED, ADMITTED and ENROLLED 12,000

First-year Students Fall 2005 Applied Admitted Enrolled

10,608

10,000 7,995

8,449

9,418

8,000

10,515 8,123 3,835

6,000 5,980

Admit. Rate Yield Rate

8,318

8,879

77.3% 47.2%

6,644

6,914

7,250

7,603

8,141

8,123

4,000 3,718

2,000

2,682

2,928

3,037

2000

2001

3,688

1999

-99

3,961

3,835

Applied Admitted Enrolled

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2002

2003

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2004

2005


FIRST-YEAR STUDENT PROFILE In fall 2005 , the University enrolled 3,835 first-time freshmen, with 38% of the freshman class presenting a high school GPA of 3.8 or higher, and including: 304 Governor’s Scholars and Governor’s School for the Arts 137 High School Valedictorians 40 National Merit Scholars Average HS GPA of Total First-year Class

318 Governor's Scholars / School for the Arts

300

304 303

272 Valedictorians

250

National Merit Scholars

200 150 100

125 118

126

127

103

50

74

73 56

3.45

125

119

132 148 145

98

125

3.56

3.56 3.53

3.51

350

157 137

106 86 65

59

49

0

51

45

35

40

1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 96

97

98

99

00

01

02

03

04

Fall Semester

05

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ACT Scores - Entering First-year Students Average ACT Scores of First-year Students

Year Fall 2005 Fall 2004 Fall 2003 Fall 2002 Fall 2001

N 3,427 3,581 3,356 3,362 2,875

25th/75th Mean Percentile 24.6 22/27 24.2 21/27 24.3 22/27 23.8 21/26 24.1 21/26

Note: Some students submit SAT scores rather than ACT scores. These students’ scores are not reflected in the table and graph.

26 25 24.1

24

24.2

2003

2004

23.8

23 22 21 20 2001

2002

Fall Semester

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RETENTION RATE First-to-second Year Overall Retention Rate

First-to-second Year Retention Rate*

81 80.4 80

Cohort Overall 2004 78.9 2003 78.4 2002 77.1 2001 79.3 2000 77.7 1999 80.4 1998 78.8 1997 79.7 1996 77.9 1995 78.5

White 79.6 78.4 77.3 79.3 77.7 80.7 79.0 80.1 78.3 79.1

Black, Non-Hispanic 69.0 72.8 78.0 77.5 77.7 77.2 80.3 79.7 73.8 72.8

Other 80.5 83.1 71.5 81.1 79.7 78.0 71.5 70.9 77.0 76.5

*Retention rates apply to first-time, full-time, degreeseeking students; the fall 2004 cohort numbers are preliminary.

79

79.7 78.8 78.4

78

77.9

77.7 77.1

77 76 75

1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 Fall Cohort

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78.9

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GRADUATION RATE Six-year Overall Graduation Rate

Six-year Graduation Rate* Cohort Overall White 1999 59.3 60.3 1998 59.6 60.2 1997 61.1 62.2 1996 57.7 59.1 1995 57.2 58.2 1994 55.3 57.1 1993 53.0 54.8

Black, Non-Hispanic 45.8 49.7 49.0 43.2 38.5 35.4 32.5

62 60

Other 56.2 61.4 59.4 53.9 63.2 48.2 52.3

*Graduation rates apply to first-time, full-time, degreeseeking students; the fall 1999 cohort numbers are preliminary.

61.1

58 56

57.2

54 52

1998

1999

53.0

50 48 46 1994

1995

1996

1997

Fall Cohort

- 13 13

59.3

57.7

55.3

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DEGREES CONFERRED 4,000

2004-2005 A BBaccalaureate 3,285 GGraduate 1,634 PFirst Professional 394

3,500

3488

3373

3338

3239

3285

3,000 2,500 2,000 1,500

1502 1274

1634

1269

1140

1,000 500

375

343

363

372

394

0 00-01

01-02

02-03

03-04

Academic Year

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04-05


DEGREES CONFERRED - By College 2004-2005 College Agriculture Arts & Sciences Business & Economics Comm. & Info. Studies Dentistry Design Education Engineering Fine Arts

First Bacc. Mast.* Doc. Prof. 395 98 30 843 119 82 696 151 13 331 112 8 10 51 69 15 317 270 45 288 180 30 144 27 8 -

College Grad. School Health Sciences Law Medicine Nursing Pharmacy Public Health Social Work Total

Bacc. Mast.* Doc. 88 12 44 106 2 10 23 78 42 4 3 4 20 10 80 107 5 3,285 1,358 276

* Includes Specialist degrees

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First Prof. 137 96 110 394


DOCTORATES - Enrollments and Degrees Awarded Year 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97

Fall Enrollment 2,148 2,172 2,185 2,154 1,952 1,876 1,554 1,633 1,755 1,715

Degrees Awarded

Number of Doctoral Students Enrolled and Doctoral Degree Recipients 2,500

276 233 208 216 219 249 204 232 240

Enrollments

2,185

2,154

Degrees Awarded

2,000

2,172

2,148

1,952

1,876 1,755

1,715

1,633

1,554

1,500

1,000

500 240

232

204

249

96-97

97-98

98-99

99-00

219

216

208

233

276

03-04

04-05

-

Note1: Doctoral enrollments are based on the number of students enrolled in doctoral programs during the fall semester of a given academic year.

00-01

01-02

Academic Year

Note2: The number of doctoral degree recipients for 2005-06 is not yet available.

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05-06


ANNUAL TUITION and FEES 2005-2006

Resident Tuition and Fees Combined $6,500

Resident Tuition F Graduate $ 5,668 S Undergraduate -BLower Division 5,162 - Upper Division 5,330

Fees $ 650

$6,318

$6,000 $5,500 $5,812

$5,000

650 650

$4,500 $4,000

$3,596

$3,500

Non-resident Tuition Graduate $ 13,318 Undergraduate - Lower Division 12,148 - Upper Division 12,320

Fees $ 650 650 650

$3,296

$3,000 $2,478 $2,500 $2,000 $2,278 $1,500 $1,000 $500

Note: Beginning in 2004-05, undergraduates in upper and lower divisions are charged different rates of tuition. The tuition rate in the graph reflects the rate for lower division students.

$0 93-94

95-96

97-98

99-00

01-02

Academic Year

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03-04

05-06


FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES 2004-2005 Full-time Employees Exec./Admin./Managerial Faculty Other Professional Secretarial/Clerical Tech./Paraprofessional Skilled Crafts Service/Maintenance Total

Educational Hospital & General & Auxiliary Total 307 97 404 1,920 0 1,920 2,272 1,800 4,072 1,294 785 2,079 835 330 1,165 178 32 210 732 518 1,250 7,538 3,562 11,100

% Total 3.6% 17.3% 36.7% 18.7% 10.5% 1.9% 11.3% 100%

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FULL-TIME EMPLOYEE DEMOGRAPHICS 2004-2005

Full-time Employees Exec./Admin./Managerial Faculty Other Professional Secretarial/Clerical Tech./Paraprofessional Skilled Crafts Service/Maintenance Total

American Indian/ Black, Alaskan Non-Hispanic Native 11 0 65 1 154 7 278 0 110 0 32 0 433 0 1,083 8

Asian/ Pacific Islander Hispanic White 4 2 387 179 21 1,654 180 14 3,717 22 4 1,775 40 10 1,005 3 0 175 17 4 796 445 55 9,509

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Female 175 622 2,735 1,864 678 4 544 6,622

Male 229 1,298 1,337 215 487 206 706 4,478


KENTUCKY ALUMNI

Boone Campbell 1,885 1,608 Kenton 3,029 Bracken Gallatin Pendleton 324 Mason 78 Greenup Lewis Carroll Grant 172 1,106 1,315 Robertson 225 Trimble 161 Owen 282 84 Boyd 114 Harrison Fleming Henry 141 Carter 2,980 720 Nicholas Oldham 340 485 539 Scott 227 1,646 Rowan Franklin 2,044 Bourbon Bath Elliott 362 2,507 158 984 Jefferson Shelby 41 Lawrence 1,081 Woodford Montgomery 24,718 368 Fayette 2,168 Spencer 34,486 Clark 539 Menifee Morgan Bullitt Johnson 129 272 Anderson Jessamine 1,514 Powell 37 Meade 786 990 958 Martin 446 2,719 150 272 Hancock Washington Mercer Wolfe Madison Magoffin 216 Breckinridge Estill 114 849 1,872 325 Nelson 302 Floyd Hardin Henderson Daviess Lee 350 112 1,288 2,009 Pike Breathitt Boyle Garrard 4,051 2,043 69 Union 3,299 473 1,300 311 1,116 Larue Marion 631 Lincoln Jackson Owsley 422 386 Webster McLean Knott Ohio Grayson 80 62 480 477 325 Perry 552 Taylor 442 540 Rockcastle 1,511 371 Crittenden Hart Casey 199 Clay Hopkins Green Letcher 182 187 275 209 2,041 128 Livingston Edmonson Laurel Leslie 1,244 Muhlenberg Butler Pulaski 302 55 38 835 409 929 2,576 Caldwell Adair McCracken 453 Ballard 3,421 Metcalfe 179 Russell Knox Lyon Warren 244 45 210 Barren Harlan 221 1,152 437 Christian Logan Wayne Whitley 406 2,290 2,366 229 Carlisle Marshall Cumberland Bell 557 624 Todd Trigg McCreary 164 Graves 786 973 Simpson Allen Monroe 71 Clinton 258 446 68 440 158 62 194 Hickman 869 Calloway 63 Fulton 354 97

By County of Residence* Fall 2005 Total = 149,014

* Includes former UK Community College System, LCC and UK alumni

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KENTUCKY STUDENTS

Boone Campbell 534 404 Kenton 823 Bracken Gallatin Pendleton 19 Mason Carroll 17 Grant 41 Greenup Lewis 68 25 165 Robertson 25 77 Trimble Owen 6 Boyd 20 Harrison Fleming Henry 26 Carter 240 113 Nicholas Oldham 58 48 61 Scott 29 336 Franklin 349 Rowan Bourbon Bath Elliott 348 79 141 24 Jefferson Shelby 15 Lawrence 147 Woodford Fayette Montgomery 34 2,634 281 Spencer 4,878 Clark 98 Menifee Morgan Johnson Bullitt 22 35 Anderson 16 222 Martin Meade Jessamine Powell 126 82 83 20 60 487 43 Hancock Magoffin Madison Wolfe Washington Mercer 23 Breckinridge Estill 26 123 317 12 Floyd Nelson 87 Hardin Henderson Daviess Lee 46 32 129 210 Pike Breathitt Boyle Garrard 359 180 16 Union 538 56 237 43 209 Larue Marion 40 Lincoln Jackson Owsley 47 92 Knott Webster McLean Ohio Grayson 29 14 76 23 24 Perry 50 Taylor 44 32 Rockcastle 111 104 Hart Crittenden Casey 41 Hopkins Green Clay Letcher 28 17 33 126 34 67 Edmonson Laurel Leslie Livingston 68 Muhlenberg Butler Pulaski 11 8 180 32 10 60 236 Adair Caldwell McCracken 38 Ballard Metcalfe 37 Russell Knox 301 Warren Lyon 25 7 36 Barren Harlan 216 36 15 Christian Logan Wayne Whitley 93 72 148 44 Cumberland Carlisle Marshall Bell 45 118 Todd Allen McCreary Trigg 16 13 Graves 71 75 Simpson Monroe Clinton 16 26 19 22 27 20 21 Hickman 76 Calloway 9 Fulton 54 13

By County of Origin Fall 2005 Total = 19,348

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FACULTY DEMOGRAPHICS Tenured and Tenure-track Faculty 2004-2005 Black, American Indian/ Asian/ Non-Hispanic Alaskan Native Pac. Islander M F M F M F 7 8 0 0 47 7 18 10 1 0 30 5 7 11 0 0 41 15 0 0 0 0 2 2 32 29 1 0 120 29

Full-time Faculty Professors Associate Professors Assistant Professors Instructors Total

Hispanic M F 1 1 2 1 5 4 1 0 9 6

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White M F 487 86 332 185 160 113 3 5 982 389


FACULTY - By Rank and Title Series: 2004-2005 Tenured/Tenure-track Rank Professors Associate Assistant Instructor Total

Regular 503 402 253 3 1,161

Librarian 24 26 9 9 68

Extension 51 21 7

Spec. Title 66 135 87 1 289

Total 644 584 356 13 1,597

Lecturer

Other 1 1 3

78 78

1 6

Total 23 48 153 20 79 323

79

Non-Tenure Track Rank Professors Associate Assistant Instructor Lecturer Total

Clinical 12 35 98 20

Research 10 12 52

165

74

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FACULTY SALARIES Fall 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998* 1997 1996 1995

All-ranks Benchmark Average Salary Median Salary $ 71,026 $ 81,713 69,911 78,594 66,953 76,547 66,713 74,184 64,842 73,892 62,314 68,138 60,714 64,954 * 58,660 60,644 57,024 58,916 55,297 57,617

* Using a revised set of benchmark institutions

Percent Below or Above the Benchmark Median

1% 0% -1% -2% -3% -4% -3.2% -3.3% -5% -4.0% -6% -7% -6.5% -8% -9% -8.5% -10% -10.1% -11% -11.0% -12% -13% -12.2% -12.5% -13.1% -14% 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

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REVENUE

(In Millions)

Revised Budget Budget Source of Funds 2004-05 2005-06 State Appropriation $ 295.8 $ 314.3 Tuition and Fees 185.9 217.0 County Appropriation 12.0 12.0 Endowment and Investment Income 21.7 25.0 Federal Government Appropriation 15.9 15.4 Gifts, Grants and Contracts 159.5 166.2 Sales and Services of Educational Activities 63.4 62.7 Transfers 42.8 44.8 Fund Balances 39.2 27.1 Affiliated Corporations 286.9 314.2 Hospital 363.0 466.1 Total $ 1,486.0 $ 1,664.8 Note: Revised budget numbers do not total properly due to rounding.

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EXPENDITURES

(In Millions)

Revised Budget Budget Program 2004-05 2005-06 Instruction $ 289.0 $ 267.9 Research 255.2 275.1 Public Service 180.6 196.4 Libraries 20.8 21.9 Academic Support 55.1 65.9 Student Services 21.1 21.4 Institutional Support 62.3 78.4 Operations and Maintenance 44.6 49.9 Student Financial Aid 65.0 77.8 Auxiliary Enterprises Operations 103.2 116.9 Mandatory Transfers 24.0 25.1 Hospital 365.1 468.1 Total $ 1,486.0 $ 1,664.8

Revised Budget Budget Category 2004-05 2005-06 Personnel Services $ 841.1 $ 897.8 Operating Expenses 578.1 678.8 Capital Outlay 29.9 55.3 Mandatory Transfers 36.9 32.9 Total $ 1,486.0 $ 1,664.8

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PRIVATE GIVING 2004-2005 Alumni Non-alumni Corporations Foundations Trusts/Associations Total

(In Millions)

$80

$ 18.0 12.0 19.9 13.0 4.6 $ 67.4

Note 1: Source amounts do not total properly due to rounding. Note 2: Beginning in 1998-99, Private Giving no longer includes the Community College System, except LCC. With the transfer of LCC to the KCTCS in 2003-04 FY, gifts to LCC stopped being reflected in UK’s Private Giving statistics.

$67.4

$70

$60.9

$60

$55.4 $47.6

$50 $40

$39.0

$48.0

27

$59.5

$48.5

$41.4

$30 $20 $10 $0 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05

Fiscal Year

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GRANT and CONTRACT AWARDS (In Millions) 2004-2005 By Category of Support Instruction Research Public Service Other Total

$ 12.0 192.0 68.1 2.8 $ 273.9

$300

$273.9

$275 $250

$238.3

$225

$212.0

56% 26% 18%

Note 1: Categories of Support do not total properly due to rounding. Note 2: Beginning in 1998-99, Grant and Contract Awards no longer includes the Community College System, except LCC. With the transfer of LCC to the KCTCS in 2003-04 FY, awards to LCC stopped being reflected in UK’s Grant and Contract Awards statistics.

$148.8

$150 $125

$110.6

$50 $25 $0

$128.0 $121.9 $127.9

55%

$100 $75

28

56%

$173.6

57%

60%

58%

59%

19%

24%

20%

23%

17%

20%

60%

56%

58%

60%

20%

21%

23%

24%

22%

19%

20%

20%

23%

21%

22%

19%

26%

18%

95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05

Fiscal Year

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$200 $175

By Source FFederal SState Business, Industry, Other B

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RESEARCH and DEVELOPMENT (In Thousands) Research and Development Expenditures Fiscal Year 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995

Federally Total Financed R&D R&D Expenditures* Expenditures* $ 297,610 $ 129,887 272,062 120,003 236,275 100,426 211,721 86,239 202,392 73,858 174,034 66,184 161,346 60,760 124,804 62,128 118,721 51,450 111,934 50,014

$325,000 $300,000 $275,000 $250,000 $225,000 $200,000 $175,000 $150,000 $125,000 $100,000 $75,000 $50,000 $25,000 $0

Total R&D Expend. Fed. Financed R&D Expend.

1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 Fiscal Year Ending June 30

*as reported to the National Science Foundation for science and engineering disciplines.

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UNIVERSITY ENDOWMENT (In Thousands) Market Value of University Endowment

Fiscal Year 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996

Market Value $ 538,384 491,098 414,328 399,030 420,838 371,373 329,543 219,740 195,091 161,377

$550,000 $500,000 $450,000 $400,000 $350,000 $300,000 $250,000 $200,000 $150,000 $100,000 $50,000 $0 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 Fiscal Year Ending June 30

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ENDOWED CHAIRS and PROFESSORSHIPS 250

Endowed Chairs Professorships

185

200

210

199

193

166 150

126

100 50

67

77

75

80

87

95

45 22

0 1999

2000

Prior to RCTF

2001

2002

2003

Fiscal Year Ending June 30

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NEW FACILITIES Under Construction Center for Pharmaceutical Science & Technology Basketball Practice Facility (Design) Basketball Practice Facility (Construct) Parking Structure (2)

Scope $ 14,000,000 2,500,000 27,500,000 23,630,000

In Planning and Design Biological Pharmaceutical Complex Building Phase I $ 40,000,000 Expand & Upgrade Livestock Disease Diagnostic Lab 8,500,000 Horticultural Research and Education Facility 1,600,000 Patient Care Facility (Design) 10,000,000 Patient Care Facility Phase I (Construct) 200,000,000 Student Health Facility 24,000,000

Funding Source State/Agency Agency Agency Agency

Anticipated On-line Date Spring 2006 Fall 2006 Fall 2006 Spring 2006

State State Agency Agency Agency Agency

Fall 2010 Fall 2006 Spring 2008 Fall 2010 Fall 2010 Spring 2008

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LAND and SPACE* 2004-2005 Main Campus 783

Acreage*** Assignable Square Footage in Buildings*** Classroom Laboratory Office Study Special General Support Health Care Residential Unclassified Total * ** ***

229,228 1,127,287 1,683,657 414,853 695,888 701,665 2,231,710 481,884 1,305,567 176,742 9,048,481

Off Campus** 24,121 13,446 92,917 72,664 3,607 519,035 133,174 281,078 7,235 173,337 110,341 1,406,834

Excludes space provided at no cost; includes leased space Includes research farms, Robinson Forest, substations, 4-H camps, and Adena Park Source: Fall 2004 Physical Facilities and Land Inventory

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Total 24,904 242,674 1,220,204 1,756,321 418,460 1,214,923 834,839 2,512,788 489,119 1,478,904 287,083 10,455,315


GENERAL EQUIPMENT INVENTORIES (In Millions) Inventory 6/30/04 Education and General Educational Aids Research Computing Communications Office Other Subtotal Hospital Auxiliary Enterprises Total

Inventory 6/30/05

Net Change

$ 64.4 73.6 60.0 7.1 11.1 21.5 $ 237.7 111.1 27.6 $ 376.4

$ 2.0 1.7 2.7 0.4 (0.3) 0.9 $ 7.4 9.1 1.4 $ 17.9

$ 62.4 71.9 57.3 6.7 11.4 20.6 $ 230.3 102.0 26.2 $ 358.5

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LIBRARY COLLECTIONS 2004-2005 Volumes Held Current Periodical Titles Microforms Audio-visual Materials

3,286,731 28,350 6,347,361 88,631

The Library’s collections also include over 300 networked electronic resources and nearly 10,000 electronic journals accessible in the main and branch libraries and to faculty and students off campus via a proxy server. In addition, the collections include: 257,418 maps; over 200 current state, national and international newspapers; 6,200 Oral History program interviews; the University Archives and Records Program; the Wendell H. Ford Public Policy Research Center; Audio-Visual Archives; Bert T. Combs Appalachian Collection; the Public Policy Archives; the Rare Book Collection which includes the W. Hugh Peal Collection of 19th century English and related literature; and the Preservation Reformatting Center. The Center for Digital Programs creates digital content for the Kentuckiana Digital Library including electronic texts, digitized photographs, images and archival finding aids. The Library is a regional depository for U.S. government publications and is also a depository for European Union and Canadian publications, British Parliamentary Papers, Kentucky government publications, and technical reports from federal agencies, all selectively collected.

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BENCHMARK INSTITUTIONS Michigan State University

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ADMINISTRATIVE ORGANIZATION

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BOARD of TRUSTEES Mira S. Ball Penny Brown Stephen P. Branscum Dermontti Dawson Jeffrey Dembo Marianne Smith Edge Rebecca Ellingsworth Ann Brand Haney James F. Hardymon Pamela R. May

Lexington Corbin Russell Springs Nicholasville Faculty Member Alumni Member Student Member Nancy Lexington Pikeville

(2010) (2011) (2010) (2011) (2008) (2006) (2006) (2010) (2009) (2007)

Billy Joe Miles Roy L. Moore Phillip R. Patton Steven S. Reed C. Frank Shoop Myra Leigh Tobin JoEtta Y. Wickliffe Billy B. Wilcoxson Russ Willams Barbara S. Young

Owensboro Faculty Member Glasgow Louisville Lexington Alumni Member Harrodsburg Lexington Staff Member Lexington

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ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY 1865 Agricultural and Mechanical College (A&M) established as part of Kentucky University 1869 James K. Patterson became President of A&M 1878 A&M separated from Kentucky University 1882 A&M moved to current location in Lexington 1885 Ag. Experiment Station opened 1889 College of Agriculture established 1908 College of Arts and Sciences and College of Law established; A&M name changed to “State University, Lexington, Kentucky� 1909 University Library established 1911 Henry S. Barker became President of State University 1916 State University renamed University of Kentucky 1917 Frank L. McVey became President of UK; Graduate School established 1918 College of Engineering established 1923 College of Education established 1925 College of Business and Economics established

1941 1947 1956 1957 1960

1962 1963 1964

1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970

Herman L. Donovan became President College of Pharmacy moved to UK Frank G. Dickey became President Ashland Extension Center established Medical Center established; College of Medicine admitted first class; College of Nursing admitted first class; Henderson Extension Center and Southeast Extension Center established College of Dentistry admitted first class; University Hospital opened John W. Oswald became President Community College System established under UK; College of Architecture established Lexington Technical Institute (LTI) established College of Allied Health Professions established College of Home Economics established Albert D. Kirwan became President College of Social Work established; Otis A. Singletary became President College of Library and Information Science established

1976 1982

1984 1987 1990 1993 1998

2001

2002 2004

College of Communications and College of Fine Arts established University reorganized with a Central Administration and three sectors headed by Chancellors (Lexington Campus, Medical Center, and Community College System) LTI became Lexington Community College David P. Roselle became President Charles T. Wethington, Jr. became President College of Communications and Information Studies established William T. Young Library opened; All Community Colleges (except LCC) transferred to the KCTCS Lee T. Todd, Jr. became President; University reorganized with a Provost model College of Design established LCC transferred to the KCTCS; College of Public Health established

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VALUES The values of the University guide our decisions and behavior. Our core values are: • Integrity • Academic excellence and freedom • Mutual respect and human dignity • Diversity of thought, culture, gender,

• • • •

Shared governance A sense of community Sensitivity to work-life concerns Civic responsibility

and ethnicity

• Personal and institutional responsibility and accountability -- Adopted by the Board of Trustees, April 1, 2003

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Dream. Challenge. Succeed.

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UK’s Top 20 Business Plan By 2020, UK will... Increase enrollment by 7,000 to 34,000 Increase the graduation rate by 12 percent to 72 percent Increase bachelor’s degrees awarded from 3,300 to 6,350 Increase doctorates awarded from 276 to 465 Increase the number of faculty by 625 to more than 2,500 Increase research expenditures by $470 million to $768 million Increase engagement and service efforts throughout the state to improve agriculture, health care, economic development and communities.

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