INTRODUCTION

PROFILES, an informational factbook about the University of Denver - its faculty, programs,
students, facilities, and finances - has been published every year since 1981.
Profiles began as a collaborative effort between the Offices of the Vice Chancellor for Business and
Financial Affairs and the Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs. It now originates in the Office of
the Provost, but it relies on the cooperation and support of offices across the campus for its success.
PROFILES 2005-06 contains the following sections: General University, Enrollment, Financial
Aid, Credit Hours and Degrees, Faculty, Financial Data, and Miscellaneous. A brief narrative at the
beginning of each section describes the section's contents.
We strive for 100% accuracy because PROFILES is an official record of the University's activities
and serves as the source of data for external reporting as well as internal documentation and
planning. Occasionally we become aware of an error or ways to improve the integrity of previous
years' data. Each new edition of PROFILES reflects any changes we may have made during the
year; therefore, you should refer to the most recent edition not only for current but also for historical
information. If you find any apparent discrepancies in this edition, please let us know, and we will
gladly investigate and/or explain.
PROFILES is prepared by the Office of Institutional Research and Assessment. My thanks to all of
you on campus who shared the task of gathering and providing the data which served as the
foundation for this document. Your efforts ensure that PROFILES keeps getting better each year.
We hope that you will use PROFILES often and that you will continue to give us your comments
and suggestions for its improvement.

Gregg Kvistad
Provost

PROFILES
University of Denver
2005-2006
Table of Contents
I

GENERAL UNIVERSITY
Organizational Chart ................................................................................................................ 3
Degree Programs Offered......................................................................................................... 4
Student to Faculty Ratio ........................................................................................................... 5
Undergraduate Grade Point Averages ..................................................................................... 6
Tuition and Fees ....................................................................................................................... 7
Tuition and Fee Comparison .................................................................................................... 9
Residence Hall Room and Board Rates ................................................................................. 10
Accreditation, General University and Special Programs ..................................................... 11

II

ENROLLMENT
Undergraduate Admission Data ............................................................................................ 15
Graduate Admission Data ...................................................................................................... 16
Fall Census Enrollment ......................................................................................................... 18
Ethnicity Information ............................................................................................................. 22
Undergraduate Persistence ..................................................................................................... 26
Undergraduate Student Graduation Rate ............................................................................... 27

III

FINANCIAL AID
Undergraduate Financial Aid ................................................................................................. 31
Graduate Financial Aid........................................................................................................... 32

IV

CLASS SIZE, CREDIT HOURS AND DEGREES
Distribution of Classes by Class Size..................................................................................... 35
Credit Hours Attempted ......................................................................................................... 41
Degrees Awarded ................................................................................................................... 50

V

FACULTY
Committed Faculty Positions ................................................................................................. 61
Distribution of Full-Time Faculty by Academic Unit, Rank, and Gender............................ 64
Full-Time Faculty and Tenure Trends by Academic Unit and Department ......................... 67
Average Faculty Salaries by Rank ......................................................................................... 69
Weighted Average Faculty Salaries by Rank and Gender .................................................... 70

VI

FINANCIAL
Statement of Activities ........................................................................................................... 73
Fringe Benefit Expenditures................................................................................................... 74
Endowment Fund Summary................................................................................................... 75
Sponsored Agreements........................................................................................................... 76
Voluntary Giving and Alumni Information ........................................................................... 77

VII

MISCELLANEOUS
Employee Statistics (Headcount) ........................................................................................... 81
Penrose Library Holdings....................................................................................................... 82
Physical Facilities ................................................................................................................... 83

GENERAL UNIVERSITY
This section of PROFILES contains the University's organizational chart and basic information
often used in assessing quality standards associated with institutional and student performance in
post-secondary institutions.
Organizational Chart: The leadership structure of the University of Denver.
Degree Programs Offered: Undergraduate and graduate degrees offered by the University of
Denver.
Student to Faculty Ratio: Information regarding student and faculty FTEs and the student to
faculty ratio for the past 5 years.
Undergraduate Grade Point Averages: A comparison of class level and gender grade point
average information for 2001-2005
Tuition and Fees: A comparison of the cost to attend the University of Denver’s undergraduate and
graduate programs for 2002-03 to 2006-07.
Tuition and Fee Comparison: The University’s tuition and fees are indexed against private and
public universities’ tuition and fees, the Higher Education Price Index, and the Consumer Price
Index.
Residence Hall Room and Board Rates: Information regarding the cost to eat and live on campus
from 2002-03 through 2006-07.
Accreditation: A summary of the agencies that accredit the University.

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OMBUDS

College of Education
Daniels College of Business

Graduate School of Social Work
Natural Sciences and Mathematics

Planning & Budget

Intellectual Property & Events

University College

The Women's College

Sturm College of Law

Penrose Library

Graduate School of Professional Psychology

Multicultural Excellence

Enrollment
University Advancement

University Technology Services

Engineering and Computer Science
Graduate School of International Studies

Internationalization*
Academic Resources / Student Life
Campus Life / Student Life

Communications & Marketing

Arts & Humanities / Social Sciences
Graduate Studies & Research*

Athletics and Recreation

Business & Financial Affairs

ACADEMIC DEANS

REGISTRAR

Undergraduate Council

Graduate Council

Faculty Senate

FACULTY ACADEMIC
GOVERNANCE

INSTITUTIONAL COMPLIANCE &
INTERNAL AUDIT

VICE PROVOSTS* /
ASSOCIATE
PROVOSTS

PROVOST

CHANCELLOR

VICE CHANCELLORS

UNIVERSITY COUNSEL

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

University of Denver Organizational Chart - March 2006

DEGREE PROGRAMS OFFERED
As of November 2005

UNDERGRADUATE

Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)
Bachelor of Music (BM)
Bachelor of Professional Studies (BPS)
Bachelor of Science (BS)
Bachelor of Science in Accounting (BSACC)
Bachelor of Science in Animal Technology (BSAT)
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA)
Bachelor of Science in Chemistry (BSCH)
Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering (BSCPE)
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (BSEE)
Bachelor of Science in Engineering (BSE)
Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering (BSME)

GRADUATE

International Master of Business Administration (IMBA)
Master of Accountancy (MACC)
Master of Applied Science (MAS)
Master of Arts (MA)
Master of Applied Communication (MAC)
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Master of Computer Information Systems (MCIS)
Master of Environmental Policy Management (MEPM)
Master of Fine Arts (MFA)
Master of Global Logistics Systems (MGLS)
Master of Global Studies (MGS)
Master of Healthcare Systems (MHS)
Master of International Management (MIM)
Master of Laws (LLM)
Master of Liberal Studies (MLS)
Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS)
Master of Music (MM)
Master of Technology Management (MOTM)
Master of Public Health (MPH)
Master of Professional Studies (MPS)
Master of Public Policy (MPP)
Master of Resources Law Studies (MRLS)
Master of Science (MS)
Master of Science in Legal Administration (MSLA)
Master of Science in Resort and Tourism Management (MSRTM)
Master of Social Work (MSW)
Master of Taxation (MT)
Master of Telecommunications (MTEL)
Education Specialist (EdS)
Juris Doctor (JD)
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Doctor of Psychology (PsyD)

SOURCE: SOACURR & Office of the Registrar

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STUDENT/FACULTY RATIO
Fall Term
2001 through 2005
2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

STUDENT HEADCOUNT
Total

9,385

9,229

9,521

9,808

10,326

STUDENT FULL-TIME EQUIVALENTS (FTE)

8,126

8,163

8,472

8,716

9,186

TEACHING FACULTY HEADCOUNT
Full-Time Appointed Faculty
Part-Time Appointed Faculty
Administrators with Faculty Rank
Adjuncts and Other Non-Appointed Part-Time Faculty
Graduate Teaching Assistants
Total

425
28
11
470
227
1,161

439
29
11
457
197
1,133

440
41
13
491
218
1,203

463
40
13
494
222
1,232

484
39
16
527
268
1,334

616

620

674

700

745

13.2:1

13.2:1

12.6:1

12.5:1

12.3:1

391 (92%)
264 (62%)

405 (92%)
273 (62%)

411 (93%)
265 (60%)

429 (93%)
255 (55%)

442 (91%)
260 (54%)

FACULTY FULL-TIME EQUIVALENTS (FTE)
STUDENT/FACULTY RATIO

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT FACULTY
Full-Time Appointed Faculty with Terminal Degrees
Full-Time Appointed Faculty with Tenure

Derivation of Student and Faculty Full-Time Equivalents and Student/Faculty Ratio:

1) The Student Full-Time Equivalent equals full-time students plus part-time students equated to full-time. The divisor of credit
hours used to equate part-time students to full-time is 12 for undergraduate and 9 for graduate and first-professional students.
2) The University assigns the following values in calculating the Faculty Full-Time Equivalent:
a) Full-Time Appointed Faculty = 1;
b) Part-Time Appointed Faculty = 1/2;
c) Administrators with Faculty Rank, Adjunct and other Non-Appointed Part-Time Faculty = 1/4
d) Effective Fall 2003, the Graduate Teaching Assistants FTE is an actual calculated FTE provided by Graduate Studies
Office. For Fall 2003 that number was 87. For Fall 2004 that number was 90. For Fall 2005 that number is 106.
Prior to 2003, the FTE was calculated as 1/4 of the headcount.
3) The Student/Faculty Ratio is determined by dividing the Student FTE by the Faculty FTE.
The students and faculty in pre-collegiate programs (English Language Center and the University Based Schools) and the nonteaching faculty in Penrose Library are excluded from this page.
SOURCE: Compiled from data provided by the Office of the Provost, Human Resources, and the Office of the Registrar

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UNDERGRADUATE GRADE POINT AVERAGES
(Excludes The Women's College and University College)
Fall Term GPAs
2001 through 2005

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

Freshman

3.13

3.16

3.17

3.20

3.27

Sophomore

3.24

3.20

3.24

3.26

3.24

Junior

3.28

3.25

3.23

3.26

3.26

Senior

3.40

3.36

3.36

3.38

3.36

Male

3.11

3.10

3.12

3.14

3.16

Female

3.36

3.33

3.35

3.38

3.39

3.24

3.22

3.24

3.26

3.28

By Level

By Gender

ALL UNDERGRADUATE
AVERAGE

Represents the grade point average for courses completed during the fall term of the year indicated.
SOURCE: Office of the Registrar

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Tuition and Fees
Credit Programs
2002-03 to 2006-07
UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS
Undergraduate Studies
Full-Time (Academic Year)
General Tuition
Full-Time (Term)
Part-Time per Credit Hour
Activity Fee
General Student Fees Health Center Fee*
Technology Fee (per credit hr)**

2002-2003
$22,680
7,560
630
165
270
144

2003-2004
$24,264
8,088
674
165
300
144

2004-2005
$25,956
8,652
721
210
300
144

2005-2006
$27,756
9,252
771
210
300
4

2006-2007
$29,628
9,876
823
270
330
4

2003-2004
$323
60
80
4

2004-2005
$340
60
80
4

2005-2006
$357
60
80
4

2006-2007
$378
70
80
4

2003-2004

2004-2005

2005-2006

2006-2007
$378

Women's College
Per Credit Hour
Activity Fee (0 - 11 hrs)
General Student Fees Activity Fee (More than 11 hrs)
Technology Fee (per credit hr)

General Tuition

2002-2003
$308
60
80
4

University College
2002-2003
General Tuition

Per Credit Hour***

* Health Center Fee -The health fee is mandatory for all undergraduate students enrolled for six or more credit hours and is
** Undergraduate Studies Technology Fee was a flat rate for 2002-03 through 2004-05
*** Undergraduate Completion Program - New for 2006-07

GRADUATE PROGRAMS
Arts & Humanities, Social Sciences, Natural Sciences & Mathematics, Engineering & Computer Science,
Education, Professional Psychology, International Studies, Social Work
Full-Time (Academic Year)
General Tuition
Full-Time (Term)
Part-Time per Credit Hour
Activity Fee
General Student Fees
Technology Fee (per credit hr)*

2002-2003
$22,680
7,560
630
15
144

2003-2004
$24,254
8,088
674
15
144

2004-2005
$25,956
8,652
721
15
144

2005-2006
$27,756
9,252
771
30
4

2006-2007
$29,628
9,876
823
90
4

SOURCE: Office of the Provost

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Tuition and Fees
Credit Programs
2002-03 to 2006-07
GRADUATE PROGRAMS (Continued)
Daniel's College of Business - Graduate Programs
Per Credit Hour
Activity Fee
General Student Fees
Technology Fee (per credit hour)

General Tuition

2002-2003
$630
15
4

2003-2004
$674
15
4

2004-2005
$721
15
4

2005-2006
$771
30
4

2006-2007
$823
90
4

2003-2004
$7,900
4

2004-2005
$8,500
4

2005-2006
$8,900
4

2006-2007
$9,900
4

2002-2003
$774

2003-2004
$828

4

4

2004-2005
$886
48
4
100

2005-2006
$948
48
4
190

2006-2007
$1,012
74
4
190

2004-2005
$595
4

2005-2006
$635
4

2006-2007
$678
4

2003-2004
$337
4

2004-2005
$361
4

2005-2006
$386
4

2006-2007
$421
4

2003-2004
$320
4

2004-2005
$320
4

2005-2006
$342
4

2006-2007
$359
4

Daniels College of Business - Executive MBA
Full-Time (Term)
General Tuition
General Student Fees Technology Fee (per credit hr)

2002-2003
$7,900
4

Sturm College of Law
Per Credit Hour
Activity Fee
Technology Fee (per credit hour)
General Student Fees
Student Bar Association Fee
(New JD students Only)

General Tuition

Graduate Tax Program
Per Credit Hour
General Tuition
General Student Fees Technology Fee (per credit hour)

2002-2003
$520
4

2003-2004
$560
4

Education Weekend and Outreach Programs
Per Credit Hour
General Tuition
General Student Fees Technology Fee (per credit hour)

2002-2003
$315
4

University College
Per Credit Hour
General Tuition
General Student Fees Technology Fee (per credit hour)

2002-2003
$320
4

SOURCE: Office of the Provost

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Comparison of Tuition & Mandatory Fees for
DU Undergraduate Studies, Private Universities, and
Public Universities with All-Urban HEPI and CPI
1982-83 through 2004-05

DU Index for Tuition & Fees
Private University Index for Tuition & Fees
Public University Index for Tuition & Fees
Higher Education Price Index (HEPI)
Consumer Price Index (CPI)

500.0
450.0
400.0
I
350.0
n
d
300.0
e
x 250.0
200.0
150.0

05
04
-

04
20

03
20

02
-

03

02
20

01

01
20

00
20

99
-

00

99
19

98
-

98
19

97
-

97
19

96
-

96

Academic Year

19

95
-

95
19

94

94
19

93

93
19

92

92
19

91
-

91
19

90
-

90
19

89
-

89
19

88
-

88
19

87

87
19

86

86
19

85
19

84
-

84
19

83
-

83
19

82
19

1982-83
1983-84
1984-85
1985-86
1986-87
1987-88
1988-89
1989-90
1990-91
1991-92
1992-93
1993-94
1994-95
1995-96
1996-97
1997-98
1998-99
1999-00
2000-01
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05

85

100.0

DU Tuition &
Fees

DU Index for
Tuition & Fees

Private University Index for
Tuition & Fees

Public University Index for
Tuition & Fees

Higher Education
Price Index (HEPI)

Consumer Price
Index (CPI)

$6,150
$6,696
$7,344
$8,010
$8,703
$9,393
$10,041
$11,049
$12,072
$12,990
$13,770
$14,682
$15,510
$16,278
$17,076
$17,886
$18,720
$19,440
$20,556
$22,035
$23,259
$24,873
$26,610

100.0
108.9
119.4
130.2
141.5
152.7
163.3
179.7
196.3
211.2
223.9
238.7
252.2
264.7
277.7
290.8
304.4
316.1
334.2
358.3
378.2
404.4
432.7

100.0
111.4
122.6
132.1
145.4
157.1
169.3
185.3
203.8
215.6
233.8
248.5
260.4
279.5
296.5
308.6
328.5
345.8
360.1
379.3
406.9
432.2
458.5

100.0
110.3
119.1
132.0
141.8
148.3
158.6
174.8
185.5
207.0
223.7
242.3
255.8
270.7
285.5
299.5
312.7
323.7
341.8
367.1
402.6
460.7
511.0

100.0
104.8
110.8
116.3
120.9
126.2
132.8
140.8
148.2
153.5
157.9
163.3
168.1
173.0
178.4
184.7
189.1
196.9
206.5
215.0
221.2
231.5
239.5

100.0
103.7
107.7
110.8
113.3
118.0
123.5
129.4
136.4
140.8
145.2
148.8
153.2
157.4
161.9
164.8
167.6
172.5
178.4
181.6
185.5
189.6
195.3

The All-Urban CPI is the U.S. City Average Consumer Price Index. The HEPI is the Higher Education Price Index and is a national index. The HEPI and the CPI
are computed each June 30 to reflect price changes over the prior 12-month fiscal year, and so correspond with the preceding calendar academic year.
The 1982-83 academic year and the 1983 fiscal year are used as base years (100%) for the data.
SOURCE: National Center for Education Statistics, Table 313, US Department of Education; Office of the Provost; commonfund.org; and Bureau of Labor
Statistics, US Department of Labor
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$4,530
$3,084
$7,614
$4,662
$3,084
$7,746

Centennial Halls
Premium Meal Plan (Mt. Evans)
Combined Room and Board

Centennial Towers
Premium Meal Plan (Mt. Evans)
Combined Room and Board

Nelson Hall*
Premium Meal Plan (Mt. Evans)
Combined Room and Board

SOURCE: Housing and Residential Education

* Nelson Hall Opened in Fall 2002

$3,900
$3,084
$6,984

Johnson-McFarlane Hall
Premium Meal Plan (Mt. Evans)
Combined Room and Board

3.4%

7.7%
3.4%
5.9%

3.6%
3.4%
3.5%

2002-2003
% Increase
Rate
$3,900
3.6%
$3,084
3.4%
$6,984
3.5%

$4,848
$3,177
$8,025

$4,836
$3,177
$8,013

$4,098
$3,177
$7,275

4.0%
3.0%
3.6%

6.8%
3.0%
5.2%

5.1%
3.0%
4.2%

2003-2004
Rate
% Increase
$4,098
5.1%
$3,177
3.0%
$7,275
4.2%

$5,085
$3,273
$8,358

$5,073
$3,273
$8,346

$4,299
$3,273
$7,572

4.9%
3.0%
4.1%

4.9%
3.0%
4.2%

4.9%
3.0%
4.1%

2004-2005
Rate
% Increase
$4,299
4.9%
$3,273
3.0%
$7,572
4.1%

Residence Hall Room & Board Rates
2002-03 through 2006-07

$5,340
$3,393
$8,733

$5,355
$3,393
$8,748

$4,566
$3,393
$7,959

5.0%
3.7%
4.5%

5.6%
3.7%
4.8%

6.2%
3.7%
5.1%

2005-2006
Rate
% Increase
$4,566
6.2%
$3,393
3.7%
$7,959
5.1%

$5,610
$3,552
$9,162

$5,676
$3,552
$9,228

$4,794
$3,552
$8,346

5.1%
4.7%
4.9%

6.0%
4.7%
5.5%

5.0%
4.7%
4.9%

2006-2007
Rate
% Increase
$4,794
5.0%
$3,552
4.7%
$8,346
4.9%

GENERAL UNIVERSITY AND SPECIAL PROGRAM ACCREDITATION
2005-06 Academic Year
General University Accreditation:
The University of Denver is accredited as a doctoral degree-granting institution by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association
of Colleges and Schools. (30 North LaSalle, Suite 2400, Chicago, IL 60602-2504) Original accreditation: 1914. Last accreditation visit: 2001; next
accreditation visit: 2011.
Special and Professional Program Accreditation:
Discipline
or Field
Art & Art
History

Program

Accrediting Agency

Last
Visit
2001

Next
Visit
2006

Bachelor of Arts: Art; Art History; Electronic Media Arts Design
Bachelor of Fine Arts: Studio Art; Art Education K-12; Electronic Media Arts Design
Master of Arts: Art History

National Association of Schools of Art and
Design
11250 Roger Bacon Drive, Suite 21
Reston, VA 20190

Business

Bachelor of Business Administration, Bachelor of Science in Accounting, Bachelor of
Science in Business Administration, International Master of Business Administration,
Master of Accountancy, Master of Business Administration, Master of Science,
Master of Taxation

Association to Advance Collegiate
Schools of Business International
600 Emerson Road, Suite 300
St. Louis, MO 63141-6762

2000

2009

Chemistry

Bachelor of Science in Chemistry

American Chemical Society
P.O. Box 3337
Columbus, OH 43210

2002

2007

Education

Master of Library & Information Science: Library & Information Science

American Library Association
50 E. Huron
Chicago, IL 60611
American Psychological Association
750 First St. NE,
Washington, D.C. 20002-4242
Approval by Colorado Department of
Education

2004

2011

2000

2007

Doctor of Philosophy: Counseling Psychology

Certificate Programs* –
o Educational Psychology: School Psychologist
o Library & Information Science: School Library Media Specialist
o School Administration: Elementary; Secondary; Superintendent; Director of
Special Education
o Special Education: Moderate Needs for K-12 Teacher
o Teacher Education Program: K-6 Elementary Education; K-12 Art or Music; 7-12
Drama, English, Foreign Language, Mathematics, Science, or Social Studies
Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Engineering (General)
Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering

Accreditation Board for Engineering &
Technology (ABET)
111 Market Place, Suite 1050,
Baltimore, MD 21202

2004

**

Law

Juris Doctor
Master of Laws: American & Comparative Law; Natural Resources Law; Taxation
Master of Resources Law Studies, Master of Science in Legal Administration

*** American Bar Association
740 15th St., NW
Washington, D.C. 20005-1019
& Association of American Law Schools
1201 Connecticut Ave., NW Suite 800
Washington, D.C. 20036-2605

2005

2012

Music

Bachelor of Arts: Music
Bachelor of Music: Commercial Music; Composition; Jazz Studies; Performance
Masters of Arts: Music History and Literature; Music Education; Theory
Masters of Music: Composition; Conducting; Performance; Pedagogy

National Association of Schools of Music
11250 Roger Bacon Drive, Suite 21
Reston, VA 20190

2003

2013

Psychology

Doctor of Philosophy: Child Clinical Psychology

American Psychological Association
750 First St. NE
Washington, D.C. 20002-4242

1999

2006

Professional
Psychology

Specialty track in School Psychology
Doctor of Psychology: Clinical Psychology

American Psychological Association
750 First St. NE
Washington, D.C. 20002-4242
American Psychological Association
750 First St. NE
Washington, D.C. 20002-4242

1999

2006

2005

2012

Council on Social Work Education
1725 Duke St., Suite 500
Alexandria, VA 22314-3457

2000

2008

Pre-doctoral Clinical Internship

Social
Work

Master of Social Work
Specialty track in School Social Work

*Programs are state approved leading to endorsements for Public School Personnel.
** The Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology requires the term of all accreditations to be held in confidence.
***The American Bar Association accredits the Juris Doctor program and agrees to the Master degree programs offered by the Sturm College of Law. The Association
of American Law Schools accepts a Law School as a member after review of its programs.
SOURCE: Compiled from Office of the Provost Records

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ENROLLMENT
The data in this section of PROFILES highlight some of the trends related to enrollment and
student characteristics.
Enrollment summaries are prepared from fall end-of-term census figures.
Undergraduate Admission Data: First-year and transfer student admission data, including
standardized test score averages.
Graduate Admission Data: Admission data for each of the graduate schools/colleges/divisions.
Enrollment:
o The headcount census (unduplicated) by degree type.
o The headcount census (unduplicated) for each of the University’s divisions/colleges/units.
o Undergraduate headcount census (unduplicated) by class level, student status, and student
major.
Race/Ethnicity and Citizenship: Detailed student enrollment data by race/ethnicity and citizenship
for Fall 2005, as well as summary data for the past 5 years.
Persistence: First-time first-year students’ persistence data for the past six entering classes.
Undergraduate Student Graduation Rate: Graduation rate information that is reported to the
Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS).

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UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION DATA
(Excludes The Women's College & University College)
Fall 2002 through Fall 2005

First-Year Students
2002

2003

2004

2005

Completed Applications

3,986

3,972

3,787

4,038

Admitted

3,318

3,405

3,302

3,304

Enrolled

1,004

1,021

1,133

1,092

% of Applicants Admitted

83%

86%

87%

82%

% of Admitted Enrolled

30%

30%

34%

33%

Transfer Students
2002

2003

2004

2005

Completed Applications

502

455

458

645

Admitted

429

398

405

387

Enrolled

209

193

206

216

% of Applicants Admitted

85%

87%

88%

60%

% of Admitted Enrolled

49%

48%

51%

56%

2002

2003

2004

2005

First-Year Student SAT / ACT Scores
National Averages
SAT Verbal

504

507

508

508

SAT Math

516

519

518

520

ACT

21

21

21

21

SAT Verbal

555

565

570

577

SAT Math

567

571

576

588

ACT

24

25

25

25

DU Averages

SOURCE: Office of Admission

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GRADUATE STUDIES ADMISSION DATA
Fall 2001 through Fall 2005

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

Arts & Humanities
Completed Applications
Admitted
Enrolled
Percent of Applicants Admitted
Percent of Admitted Enrolled

135
85
40
63%
47%

177
102
52
58%
51%

232
127
53
55%
42%

225
107
55
48%
51%

266
116
63
44%
54%

Social Sciences
Completed Applications
Admitted
Enrolled
Percent of Applicants Admitted
Percent of Admitted Enrolled

525
222
72
42%
32%

560
287
95
51%
33%

638
296
91
46%
31%

656
260
69
40%
27%

597
222
73
37%
33%

Natural Sciences & Mathematics*
Completed Applications
Admitted
Enrolled
Percent of Applicants Admitted
Percent of Admitted Enrolled

276
220
64
80%
29%

218
181
47
83%
26%

109
75
31
69%
41%

120
79
34
66%
43%

110
70
26
64%
37%

112
106
19
95%
18%

78
67
17
86%
25%

100
77
50
77%
65%

Engineering & Computer Sciences
Completed Applications
Admitted
Enrolled
Percent of Applicants Admitted
Percent of Admitted Enrolled
Daniels College of Business
Completed Applications
Admitted
Enrolled
Percent of Applicants Admitted
Percent of Admitted Enrolled

680
548
309
81%
56%

607
557
287
92%
52%

740
643
313
87%
49%

693
615
335
89%
54%

981
782
366
80%
47%

Sturm College of Law
Completed Applications
Admitted
Enrolled
Percent of Applicants Admitted
Percent of Admitted Enrolled

2,104
1,092
390
52%
36%

3,144
979
388
31%
40%

3,860
952
404
25%
42%

3,741
916
432
24%
47%

3,690
1,059
430
29%
41%

*includes Engineering and Computer Science in 2001 and 2002
SOURCE: Office of the Provost
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GRADUATE STUDIES ADMISSION DATA
Fall 2001 through Fall 2005

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

College of Education
Completed Applications
Admitted
Enrolled
Percent of Applicants Admitted
Percent of Admitted Enrolled

292
188
92
64%
49%

378
288
87
76%
30%

370
285
138
77%
48%

387
238
88
61%
37%

551
376
153
68%
41%

Graduate School of Professional Psychology
Completed Applications
Admitted
Enrolled
Percent of Applicants Admitted
Percent of Admitted Enrolled

317
98
63
31%
64%

249
100
55
40%
55%

354
130
64
37%
49%

342
107
66
31%
62%

469
140
78
30%
56%

Graduate School of International Studies
Completed Applications
Admitted
Enrolled
Percent of Applicants Admitted
Percent of Admitted Enrolled

415
335
92
81%
27%

527
469
159
89%
34%

577
486
178
84%
37%

652
485
163
74%
34%

671
536
181
80%
34%

Graduate School of Social Work
Completed Applications
Admitted
Enrolled
Percent of Applicants Admitted
Percent of Admitted Enrolled

394
353
168
90%
48%

392
359
204
92%
57%

487
424
197
87%
46%

489
416
192
85%
46%

463
399
197
86%
49%

Total Graduate Studies
Completed Applications
Admitted
Enrolled
Percent of Applicants Admitted
Percent of Admitted Enrolled

5,138
3,141
1,290
61%
41%

6,252
3,322
1,374
53%
41%

7,479
3,524
1,488
47%
42%

7,383
3,290
1,451
45%
44%

7,898
3,777
1,617
48%
43%

SOURCE: Office of the Provost

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FALL TERM ENROLLMENT by LEVEL and DEGREE (Credit Only)
Headcount Census (Unduplicated)
2001 through 2005

Undergraduate Programs (Includes Undergraduate
Studies, The Women's College & University College)
Bachelor's Level
Non-degree
Total

2001
4,090
20
4,110

2002
4,238
19
4,257

2003
4,432
24
4,456

2004
4,643
26
4,669

2005
4,813
27
4,840

Graduate Programs
Master's Level
Specialist (EDS)
Doctoral Level
First Professional (JD)
Non-degree
Total

2,611
21
402
1,194
628
4,856

2,549
23
427
1,227
416
4,642

2,645
29
458
1,202
458
4,792

2,732
29
468
1,167
449
4,845

3,054
26
542
1,179
359
5,160

419
419

330
330

273
273

294
294

326
326

9,385

9,229

9,521

Certificate Programs
Certificate Programs
Total
Total Enrollment

9,808 10,326

·This page includes only Collegiate Programs at the University of Denver. The English Language Center
and the University-Based Schools are Pre-Collegiate Programs; their headcount is shown on the Enrollment
by Home Unit pages.
SOURCE: Banner - WSAHIST

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FALL TERM ENROLLMENT by HOME UNIT
Headcount Census (Unduplicated)
2001 through 2005
2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

Division of Arts & Humanities
Undergraduate Studies Majors
Graduate Programs
Total

511
102
613

570
114
684

619
121
740

630
121
751

640
137
777

Division of Social Sciences
Undergraduate Studies Majors
Graduate Programs
Total

569
167
736

724
192
916

813
209
1,022

819
189
1,008

839
196
1,035

Division of Natural Sciences & Mathematics
Undergraduate Studies Majors
Graduate Programs
Total

642
159
801

647
146
793

460
72
532

484
83
567

501
79
580

-

-

160
73
233

171
56
227

151
115
266

Daniels College of Business
Undergraduate Studies Majors
On-Campus Day & Evening Graduate Degree Programs
Off-Campus & Corporate Graduate Degree Programs
Executive MBA Program & Real Estate
Institute for Leadership & Organizational Performance
Total

1,312
795
0
133
0
2,240

1,456
774
0
86
0
2,316

1,529
784
0
65
0
2,378

1,673
808
0
107
1
2,589

1,878
832
0
108
0
2,818

Sturm College of Law
JD Program
Masters Programs
Total

1,194
48
1,242

1,227
48
1,275

1,202
56
1,258

1,167
72
1,239

1,179
95
1,274

Graduate Tax Program
Graduate Degree Programs
Total

159
159

148
148

151
151

138
138

130
130

College of Education
On-Campus Graduate Degree Programs
Weekend and Outreach Programs
Total

259
310
569

234
309
543

271
365
636

293
348
641

486
290
776

Graduate School of Professional Psychology
Graduate Degree Program
Total

137
137

135
135

144
144

162
162

185
185

Graduate School of International Studies
Undergraduate Studies Majors
On-Campus Graduate Degree Programs
Outreach Programs
Total

104
186
31
321

143
273
16
432

154
321
19
494

184
309
39
532

204
346
0
550

School of Engineering & Computer Science
Undergraduate Studies Majors
Graduate Programs
Total

· A dash (-) indicates that a specific program was not offered during a given year.
· Effective Fall 2003, The School of Engineering & Computer Science was established as a separate unit.
SOURCE: Adapted from Comparison of Headcount Enrollment Report - Office of the Provost
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FALL TERM ENROLLMENT by HOME UNIT
Headcount Census (Unduplicated)
2001 through 2005
2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

Graduate School of Social Work
Graduate Degree Programs
Total

277
277

311
311

351
351

349
349

368
368

University College
Undergraduate Degree Program
Graduate Degree Programs
Certificate Programs
Non-degree Students
Total

12
506
266
472
1,256

5
418
170
300
893

3
318
127
340
788

1
334
162
292
789

0
419
191
234
844

451
451

354
354

318
318

309
309

298
298

1
1

-

-

-

-

108
388
13
509

346
12
358

380
20
400

373
25
398

308
21
329

Other Graduate Students
DU / Iliff Joint Program
Flexible Dual Degree Programs
Centers & Institutes
Non-degree Students
Total

25
17
0
31
73

16
17
38
71

11
29
36
76

19
50
40
109

18

Subtotal of Collegiate Programs

9,385

9,229

9,521

9,808

10,326

-

4

8

10

5

63

66

51

80

117

University Based Schools
Fisher Early Learning Center
Ricks Center for Gifted Children (Preschool - 8th grade)
University High School (9th - 12th grade)
Total

200
262
113
575

203
258
123
584

197
252
116
565

186
250
119
555

188
239
66
493

Subtotal of Pre-Collegiate Programs

638

654

624

645

615

10,023

9,883

10,145

10,453

10,941

The Women's College
The Women's College Undergraduate Program
Total
Community Outreach Programs
Community Outreach Programs
Total
Other Undergraduate Students
Interdivisional Majors
Undeclared Majors
Non-degree Students
Total

Pre-Collegiate Programs
Community Outreach Programs
English Language Center

Total University

49
29
96

While pursuing a comprehensive liberal arts background in the Core Curriculum, Undergraduate Studies students also begin substantive work in their major area of
interest. Once students have declared a major, they are counted in the division where that major resides. Undergraduate Studies students who have not yet
declared a major and non-degree students enrolled in traditional undergraduate courses are counted as Other Undergraduate Studies Students in census enrollment
reports. Starting in 2002, the undergraduate students who have interdivisional majors are counted in their primary unit rather than in the category of Interdivisional
Majors.
Starting in 2002, the Flexible Dual Degree program students are counted in their primary unit rather than in the category "Other Graduate Students" and
Community Outreach programs are counted in Pre-Collegiate rather than Collegiate numbers.
Effective 2004, the Conflict Resolution program moved from the Graduate School of International Studies to Centers & Institutes. Data for prior years have NOT
been restated.
SOURCE: Adapted from Comparison of Headcount Enrollment Report - Office of the Provost
UNIVERSITY OF DENVER - PROFILES 2005-2006
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FALL TERM UNDERGRADUATE ENROLLMENT by CLASS LEVEL, STUDENT
STATUS and STUDENT MAJOR
Headcount Census (Unduplicated)
(Excludes The Women's College and University College)
2001 through 2005

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

Undergraduate Studies by Class Level
First-year
Sophomore
Junior
Senior
Non-degree
Total

1,229
943
702
760
13
3,647

1,273
975
909
729
12
3,898

1,246
1,031
918
920
20
4,135

1,300
1,092
962
980
25
4,359

1,304
1,131
1,022
1,064
21
4,542

Undergraduate Studies by Student Status
First-time First-year
New Transfers
Continuing Students
Readmitted and Returning Stop-Out Students
Non-degree Students
Total

938
219
2,416
61
13
3,647

1,004
209
2,673
74
12
3,972

1,021
193
2,797
104
20
4,135

1,133
206
2,919
76
25
4,359

1,092
216
3,123
90
21
4,542

Undergraduate Studies by Student Major
Arts & Humanities
Performing Arts
Social Sciences
Natural Sciences & Mathematics
School of Engineering & Computer Science
Daniels College of Business
Graduate School of International Studies
Interdivisional Majors
Undeclared Majors
Non-degree Students
Total

511
N/A
569
642
1,312
104
108
388
13
3,647

333
237
724
647
1,456
143
346
12
3,898

361
258
813
460
160
1,529
154
380
20
4,135

371
259
819
484
171
1,673
184
373
25
4,359

386
254
839
501
151
1,878
204
308
21
4,542

· Effective Fall 2003, The School of Engineering & Computer Science was established as a separate unit.

While pursuing a comprehensive liberal arts background in the Core Curriculum, Undergraduate Studies students also begin
substantive work in their major area of interest. Once students have declared a major, they are counted in the division where
that major resides. Undergraduate Studies students who have not yet declared a major and non-degree students enrolled in
traditional undergraduate courses are counted as Other Undergraduate Studies Students in census enrollment reports. Starting
in 2002, the undergraduate students who have interdivisional majors are counted in their primary unit rather than in the
category of Interdivisional Majors.
SOURCE: Adapted from Comparison of Headcount Enrollment Report, Office of the Provost

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Race/Ethnicity and Citizenship (Collegiate Programs)
Fall 2005 End of Term Headcount Enrollment
All Students

Racial/Ethnic
Minority Total

White (Domestic)

Undergraduate Programs
First-time First-year
Other First-year
Sophomores
Juniors
Seniors
Non-degree
Subtotal UG Studies

143
36
150
136
142
2
609

13.1%
13.1%
14.0%
13.3%
13.3%
9.5%
13.4%

University College
The Women's College

0
110

0.0%
36.9%

Total Undergraduate Programs

719

14.9%

3,898

80.5%

Graduate Programs
Arts & Humanities
Social Sciences
Natural Sciences & Mathematics
Engineering & Computer Science
Business
Law
Graduate Tax Program
Education
Professional Psychology
International Studies
Social Work
University College
Other Graduate Programs**

8
30
5
16
57
232
12
96
28
39
52
135
17

5.8%
15.3%
6.3%
13.9%
6.1%
18.2%
9.2%
12.4%
15.1%
11.3%
14.1%
16.0%
17.7%

111
147
57
69
633
979
109
642
145
227
300
653
64

Total Graduate Programs

727

13.3%
14.0%

TOTAL UNIVERSITY

1,446

Race/Ethnicity
Unknown
(Domestic)

International *
(Race/Ethnicity
Unknown)

Total Headcount

203

4.0%
6.5%
3.7%
4.0%
4.8%
47.6%
4.5%

1,092
275
1,068
1,022
1,064
21
4,542

100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%

0.0%
0.3%

0
1

0.0%
0.3%

0
298

0.00%

100%

19

0.4%

204

4.2%

4,840

100%

81.0%
75.0%
72.2%
60.0%
67.3%
76.8%
83.8%
82.7%
78.4%
65.6%
81.5%
77.4%
66.7%

5
3
0
3
47
37
4
29
2
35
10
16
6

3.6%
1.5%
0.0%
2.6%
5.0%
2.9%
3.1%
3.7%
1.1%
10.1%
2.7%
1.9%
6.3%

13
16
17
27
203
26
5
9
10
45
6
40
9

9.5%
8.2%
21.5%
23.5%
21.6%
2.0%
3.8%
1.2%
5.4%
13.0%
1.6%
4.7%
9.4%

137
196
79
115
940
1,274
130
776
185
346
368
844
96

100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%

4,136

75.4%

197

3.6%

426

7.8%

5,486

100%

8,034

77.8%

216

2.1%

630

6.1% 10,326

100%

898
221
874
841
869
9
3,712
0
186

82.2%
80.4%
81.8%
82.3%
81.7%
42.9%
81.7%
0.0%
62.4%

7
0
5
4
2
0
18
0
1

0.6%
0.0%
0.5%
0.4%
0.2%
0.0%
0.4%

44
18
39
41
51
10

*Non-U.S. citizens with U.S. permanent residency are counted in the domestic population.
**Other Graduate Programs include: the DU/Iliff joint program, centers & institutes, and non-degree graduate students
***Race/Ethnicity is self-reported
SOURCE: Banner - WSAHIST

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Race/Ethnicity and Citizenship (Collegiate Programs)
End of Term Headcount Enrollment Summary
All Students
2001 - 2005
Undergraduate Students

International* (Race/Ethnicity Unknown)

Fall 2001
686 16.7%
3,204 78.0%
13
0.3%
207
5.0%

Fall 2002
676 15.9%
3,378 79.4%
0
0.0%
203
4.8%

Fall 2003
703 15.8%
3,554 79.8%
3
0.1%
196
4.4%

Fall 2004
718
15.4%
3,742
80.1%
14
0.3%
195
4.2%

Fall 2005
719 14.9%
3,898 80.5%
19
0.4%
204
4.2%

Total Headcount

4,110

4,257

4,456

4,669

4,840

Racial/Ethnic Minority Total
White (Domestic)
Race/Ethnicity Unknown (Domestic)
International* (Race/Ethnicity Unknown)

Fall 2001
644 12.2%
4,045 76.7%
90
1.7%
496
9.4%

Fall 2002
628 12.6%
3,864 77.7%
26
0.5%
454
9.1%

Fall 2003
685 13.5%
3,845 75.9%
98
1.9%
437
8.6%

Fall 2004
729
14.2%
3,934
76.6%
57
1.1%
419
8.2%

Fall 2005
727 13.3%
4,136 75.4%
197
3.6%
426
7.8%

Total Headcount

5,275

4,972

5,065

5,139

5,486

Racial/Ethnic Minority Total
White (Domestic)
Race/Ethnicity Unknown (Domestic)

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

Graduate Students

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

University Total

International* (Race/Ethnicity Unknown)

Fall 2001
1,330 14.2%
7,249 77.2%
103
1.1%
703
7.5%

Fall 2002
1,304 14.1%
7,242 78.5%
26
0.3%
657
7.1%

Fall 2003
1,388 14.6%
7,399 77.7%
101
1.1%
633
6.6%

Fall 2004
1,447
14.8%
7,676
78.3%
71
0.7%
614
6.3%

Total Headcount

9,385

9,229

9,521

9,808

Racial/Ethnic Minority Total
White (Domestic)
Race/Ethnicity Unknown (Domestic)

100%

100%

100%

100%

Fall 2005
1,446 14.0%
8,034 77.8%
216
2.1%
630
6.1%
10,326

*Non-U.S. citizens with U.S. permanent residency are counted in the domestic population.
**Other Graduate Programs include: the DU/Iliff joint program, centers & institutes, and non-degree graduate students
***Race/Ethnicity is self-reported
SOURCE: Banner - WSAHIST

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100%

UNIVERSITY OF DENVER - PROFILES 2005-2006
24

326

TOTAL UNIVERSITY

0
60

2

5
10
2
4
18
63
1
47
9
11
25
39

3.4% 562

4.0% 236

1.6%
6.1%
0.0%
3.4%
1.6%
4.6%
3.2%
3.4%
2.3%
4.0%
2.5%
6.3%
12.6%

2.7% 326

0.0%
13.5%

60
1.4%
11
1.9%
60
2.3%
70
1.7%
65
2.3%
0.0%
0
1.9% 266

5.8%

4.7%

4.0%
5.6%
3.2%
4.5%
2.4%
5.0%
0.8%
6.1%
5.1%
3.7%
6.9%
4.9%
2.3%

7.0%

0.0%
20.2%

5.7%
4.3%
5.8%
7.1%
6.4%
0.0%
6.1%

Hispanic

433

207

4

0
8
3
8
24
60
7
18
13
14
10
38

226

0
9

217

55
13
58
41
48
2

4.5%

4.1%

0.0%
4.4%
4.8%
9.1%
3.3%
4.8%
5.6%
2.3%
7.4%
4.7%
2.8%
4.7%
4.6%

4.9%

0.0%
3.0%

5.2%
5.1%
5.6%
4.2%
4.7%
18.2%
5.0%

125

82

0

0
5
2
2
8
7

0
1
3
52

1
1

43

0
1

0
42

13
7
8
8
6

1.3%

1.6%

0.8%
0.6%
0.0%
1.1%
0.4%
4.2%
0.0%
0.7%
1.1%
0.7%
2.2%
0.9%
0.0%

0.9%

0.0%
0.3%

1.2%
2.7%
0.8%
0.8%
0.6%
0.0%
1.0%

Am Indian /
Alaskan Native

1,446

727

8
30
5
16
57
232
12
96
28
39
52
135
17

719

0
110

143
36
150
136
142
2
609

SOURCE: Banner - WSAHIST

14.9%

14.4%

6.5%
16.7%
8.1%
18.2%
7.7%
18.6%
9.6%
12.5%
16.0%
13.0%
14.4%
16.8%
19.5%

15.5%

0.0%
37.0%

13.6%
14.0%
14.6%
13.9%
14.0%
18.2%
14.0%

Racial/Ethnic
Minority Total

*Non-U.S. citizens with U.S. permanent residency are counted in the domestic population.
**Other Graduate Programs include: the DU/Iliff joint program, centers & institutes, and non-degree graduate students
***Race/Ethnicity is self-reported

202

2
11
0
3
12
57
4
26
4
12
9
51
11

Total Graduate Programs

Graduate Programs
Arts & Humanities
Social Sciences
Natural Sciences & Mathematics
Engineering & Computer Science
Business
Law
Graduate Tax Program
Education
Professional Psychology
International Studies
Social Work
University College
Other Graduate Programs**

124

0
40

University College
The Women's College

Total Undergraduate Programs

0
84

15
5
24
17
23

Undergraduate Programs
First-time First-year
Other First-year
Sophomores
Juniors
Seniors
Non-degree
Subtotal UG Studies

Black

Asian / Pacific
Islander

8,034

4,136

111
147
57
69
633
979
109
642
145
227
300
653
64

3,898

0
186

3,712

898
221
874
841
869
9

82.9%

81.7%

89.5%
81.7%
91.9%
78.4%
85.9%
78.4%
87.2%
83.7%
82.9%
75.4%
82.9%
81.2%
73.6%

84.1%

0.0%
62.6%

85.7%
86.0%
84.9%
85.7%
85.8%
81.8%
85.5%

White (Domestic)

Race/Ethnicity and Citizenship (Collegiate Programs)
Fall 2005 End of Term Headcount Enrollment
Domestic Students Only

216

197

5
3
0
3
47
37
4
29
2
35
10
16
6

19

0
1

0
18

7
0
5
4
2

124
180
62
88
737
1,248
125
767
175
301
362
804
87
5,060
9,696

3.9%
2.2%

4,636

0.4%

4.0%
1.7%
0.0%
3.4%
6.4%
3.0%
3.2%
3.8%
1.1%
11.6%
2.8%
2.0%
6.9%

0
297

1,048
257
1,029
981
1,013
11
4,339

100%

100%

100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%

100%

100%

0.0%

100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%

Total Domestic
Headcount

0.0%
0.3%

0.7%
0.0%
0.5%
0.4%
0.2%
0.0%
0.4%

Race/Ethnicity
Unknown
(Domestic)

Race/Ethnicity and Citizenship (Collegiate Programs)
End of Term Headcount Enrollment Summary
Domestic Students Only
2001 - 2005
Undergraduate Students
Domestic Students
Black
Hispanic
Asian / Pacific Islander
Am Indian / Alaskan Native
Racial/Ethnic Minority Total
White (Domestic)
Race/Ethnicity Unknown (Domestic)

Fall 2001
166
4.3%
265
6.8%
204
5.2%
51
1.3%
686 17.6%
3,204 82.1%
13
0.3%

Fall 2002
148
3.7%
277
6.8%
205
5.1%
46
1.1%
676 16.7%
3,378 83.3%
0
0.0%

Fall 2003
135
3.2%
313
7.3%
207
4.9%
48
1.1%
703 16.5%
3,554 83.4%
3
0.1%

Fall 2004
130
2.9%
325
7.3%
218
4.9%
45
1.0%
718 16.0%
3,742 83.6%
14
0.3%

Fall 2005
124
2.7%
326
7.0%
226
4.9%
43
0.9%
719 15.5%
3,898 84.1%
19
0.4%

Total Headcount

3,903

4,054

4,260

4,474

4,636

Domestic Students
Black
Hispanic
Asian / Pacific Islander
Am Indian / Alaskan Native
Racial/Ethnic Minority Total
White (Domestic)
Race/Ethnicity Unknown (Domestic)

Fall 2001
165
3.5%
248
5.2%
185
3.9%
46
1.0%
644 13.5%
4,045 84.6%
90
1.9%

Fall 2002
154
3.4%
234
5.2%
179
4.0%
61
1.4%
628 13.9%
3,864 85.5%
26
0.6%

Fall 2003
165
3.6%
257
5.6%
188
4.1%
75
1.6%
685 14.8%
3,845 83.1%
98
2.1%

Fall 2004
198
4.2%
220
4.7%
221
4.7%
90
1.9%
729 15.4%
3,934 83.3%
57
1.2%

Fall 2005
202
4.0%
236
4.7%
207
4.1%
82
1.6%
727 14.4%
4,136 81.7%
197
3.9%

Total Headcount

4,779

4,518

4,628

4,720

5,060

Domestic Students
Black
Hispanic
Asian / Pacific Islander
Am Indian / Alaskan Native
Racial/Ethnic Minority Total
White (Domestic)
Race/Ethnicity Unknown (Domestic)

Fall 2001
331
3.8%
513
5.9%
389
4.5%
97
1.1%
1,330 15.3%
7,249 83.5%
103
1.2%

Fall 2002
302
3.5%
511
6.0%
384
4.5%
107
1.2%
1,304 15.2%
7,242 84.5%
26
0.3%

Fall 2003
300
3.4%
570
6.4%
395
4.4%
123
1.4%
1,388 15.6%
7,399 83.2%
101
1.1%

Fall 2004
328
3.6%
545
5.9%
439
4.8%
135
1.5%
1,447 15.7%
7,676 83.5%
71
0.8%

Fall 2005
326
3.4%
562
5.8%
433
4.5%
125
1.3%
1,446 14.9%
8,034 82.9%
216
2.2%

Total Headcount

8,682

8,572

8,888

9,194

9,696

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

Graduate Students

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

University Total

100%

100%

100%

100%

*Non-U.S. citizens with U.S. permanent residency are counted in the domestic population.
**Other Graduate Programs include: the DU/Iliff joint program, centers & institutes, and non-degree graduate students
***Race/Ethnicity is self-reported
SOURCE: Banner - WSAHIST

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100%

UNDERGRADUATE PERSISTENCE
First-Time First-Year Students (Full-Time)
(Excludes The Women's College and University College)
Fall 2000 through Fall 2005
Fall 2000

Fall 2001

Fall 2002

Fall 2003

Fall 2004

Fall 2005

928

934

994

1,012

1,126

1,090

Fall Term after Year 1
# Enrolled
Total # Graduated
Cohort Persistence Rate

798
0
86.0%

793
0
84.9%

848
0
85.3%

869
0
85.9%

981
0
87.1%

-

Fall Term after Year 2
# Enrolled
Total # Graduated
Cohort Persistence Rate

707
0
76.2%

736
0
78.8%

779
0
78.4%

785
3
77.9%

-

-

Fall Term after Year 3
# Enrolled
Total # Graduated
Cohort Persistence Rate

692
23
77.0%

686
32
76.9%

698
78
78.1%

-

-

-

Fall Term after Year 4
# Enrolled
Total # Graduated
Cohort Persistence Rate

151
532
73.6%

139
560
74.8%

-

-

-

-

Fall Term after Year 5
# Enrolled
Total # Graduated
Cohort Persistence Rate

33
641
72.6%

-

-

-

-

-

Entering Fall Term
# Enrolled

-Persistence is defined as each one-year change in enrolled plus graduated students as a percentage of the original entering class.
-Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) reporting is done on first-time first-year (full-time) students based on
end-of-term census counts. Analyses of student persistence rates prepared by the Office of Institutional Research and Assessment
are based on all first-year students including part-time students at the week three census.
-Entering student cohorts for Fall 2001(-2) and Fall 2004 (-1) have been reduced because of IPEDS Allowable Exclusions. Per
IPEDS definitions; students may be removed from a cohort if they left the institution for one of the following reasons: died or were
totally and permanently disabled; to serve in the armed forces; to serve with a foreign aid service of the federal government, such
as the Peace Corps; or to serve on official church missions.
SOURCE: Banner - SHRIGRS

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GRADUATION RATE for UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
as reported to the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS)
(Excludes The Women's College and University College)
Entering Class of
% Graduated within 4 years
% Graduated with 5 years
% Graduated within 6 years

Fall 1995
57.4%
68.4%
69.6%

Fall 1996
54.3%
67.2%
68.8%

Fall 1997
56.2%
68.5%
70.5%

Fall 1998*
54.4%
67.3%
69.6%

Fall 1999
51.6%
66.7%
69.7%

-Students reported as graduating in a particular year have met all degree requirements prior to the Spring (June) or Summer
(August) ceremonies.
-The Graduation Rate measures only full-time, first-time degree-seeking undergraduate students.

*Fall 1998 Graduation Rates have been adjusted to reflect a change in the Fall 1998 end of term first-time first-year cohort
and the number of students graduating within six years. The cohort has been changed to 761 students, 414 students
graduated within 4 years, 512 students graduated within 5 years, and 530 students graduated within 6 years.
SOURCE: Banner - SHRIGRS

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FINANCIAL AID
The items in this section of PROFILES summarize the types and amounts of financial aid available
to the University's students.
Undergraduate and Graduate Financial Aid: A detailed look at the amount and sources of
student financial aid for 2000-01 through 2004-05
Some types of assistance include support from multiple sources (e.g. Direct Loans include state and
institutional matching funds as well as primary federal support; Graduate Assistantships include
substantial federal and private funds as well as institutional support). Categories of assistance with
multiple sources of support are summarized by major funding source only; if substantial support
comes from other sources, an explanatory footnote is included.

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SOURCES AND AMOUNTS OF UNDERGRADUATE FINANCIAL AID
Fiscal Years 2000-01 through 2004-05

2000-01

2001-02

2002-03

2003-04

2004-05

$957,565
523,847
380,665
1,154,395
8,492,495
11,508,967

$1,150,570
587,962
456,507
1,200,302
8,684,909
12,080,250

$1,375,340
524,537
692,291
1,298,439
11,536,454
15,427,061

$1,561,555
471,882
498,916
3,183,936
13,040,354
18,756,643

$1,769,320
830,955
440,006
2,171,683
14,832,753
20,044,718

23,670
806,225
199,482
508,726
9,784
115,565
28,125
1,691,577

24,344
845,926
255,823
517,933
4,173
123,150
126,074
1,897,423

23,638
865,243
335,304
517,933
14,642
125,092
186,326
2,068,178

23,638
1,139,650
283,009
517,918
19,741
263,779
2,247,735

23,443
858,173
132,642
415,002
25,528
268,947
1,723,735

18,080,120
101,095
1,525,116
19,706,331

20,138,938
68,761
1,755,070
21,962,769

22,992,394
81,117
1,943,653
25,017,164

26,403,602
104,349
1,803,557
28,311,508

32,898,315
80,686
2,136,455
35,115,456

Gift and Endowed Scholarships

1,458,685

1,786,096

1,875,613

2,055,070

2,509,829

Total Institutional Aid

21,165,016

23,748,865

26,892,777

30,366,578

37,625,285

Private Aid
Scholarships
Loans
Total Private Aid

897,922
851,870
1,749,792

1,084,920
654,396
1,739,316

1,369,177
1,222,455
2,591,632

1,315,307
1,395,340
2,710,647

3,003,271
3,349,687
6,352,958

Total All Sources

$36,115,352

$38,894,571

$43,632,837

$50,752,021

65,746,696

Federal Aid
Pell Grants
Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants
College Work Study
Perkins Loan
Stafford Loans
Total Federal
Colorado State Aid
CLEAP (Colorado Leveraging Educational Assistance Partnership)
Colorado Student Grants
Colorado Scholars
Colorado Work Study
SLEAP (Supplemental Leveraging Educ. Assistance Partnership)
Diversity Grant
Governor's Opportunity Scholarship
Total State
Institutional Aid
DU Funded:
Scholarships (Tuition, Room & Board, Books)
DU Student Employment
Tuition and Student Fee Waivers
Subtotal

· This page includes all Federal, State, Institutional and Private funds for grants, scholarships, stipends, financial aid employment programs,
tuition waivers and student loans. It does not include short-term institutional loans from the University's loan fund.

· The Tuition and Student Fee Waivers entry includes Resident Assistant (RA) room and board waivers as well as employee tuition waivers.
· Donors may give directly to the Institution (amounts reflected in Institutional Aid: Gift and Endowed Scholarships) or may also award to
individual students (amounts reflected in Private Aid: Scholarships)
· Before 2000-01, CLEAP was known as "Colorado Student Incentive Grants" and SLEAP as "Part-Time Grant."
SOURCE: Banner Finance and Office of Financial Aid reports

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SOURCES AND AMOUNTS OF GRADUATE FINANCIAL AID
Fiscal Years 2000-01 through 2004-05

Federal Aid
Scholarships, Fellowships & Traineeships
College Work Study
Perkins Loan
Stafford Loans
Total Federal
Colorado State Aid
Colorado Fellowships
Colorado Graduate Grants
Total State
Institutional Aid
DU Funded:
Scholarships
GTA / GRA Stipends
Tuition and Student Fee Waivers
Subtotal
Gift and Endowed Scholarships & Fellowships
Total Institutional Aid
Private Aid
Scholarships, Fellowships & Traineeships
Loan Programs (Law & Other)
Total Private Aid

Total All Sources

2000-01

2001-02

2002-03

2003-04

2004-05

$635,923
447,868
1,653,412
37,564,979
40,302,182

$768,515
534,886
1,866,687
40,087,310
43,257,398

$474,460
593,693
2,002,019
44,561,525
47,631,697

$550,011
429,620
5,582,321
47,793,543
54,355,495

$644,367
644,190
2,251,751
49,122,499
52,662,807

193,196
393,327
586,523

209,526
371,584
581,110

257,821
387,696
645,517

224,027
323,941
547,968

101,284
363,430
464,714

4,655,474
2,560,037
5,179,642
12,395,153

5,168,504
2,927,890
5,536,305
13,632,699

6,238,984
2,959,281
6,457,140
15,655,405

7,941,910
3,385,247
6,779,297
18,106,454

8,636,597
3,791,868
7,143,858
19,572,323

1,474,907

1,980,189

2,260,593

1,951,656

2,067,180

13,870,060

15,612,888

17,915,998

20,058,110

21,639,503

101,989
7,981,334
8,083,323

236,945
9,649,634
9,886,579

322,530
14,138,108
14,460,638

377,679
16,898,907
17,276,586

655,344
21,084,341
21,739,685

$62,842,088

$69,337,975

$80,653,850

$92,238,159

$96,506,709

· This page includes all Federal, State, Institutional and Private funds for grants, scholarships, stipends, financial aid employment programs,
tuition waivers and student loans. It does not include short-term institutional loans from the University's loan fund.
· GTA (Graduate Teaching Assistantship) and GRA (Graduate Research Assistantship) stipends appear in the Institutional Aid category.
The funding source distribution is generally 19% Federal, 1% Private, and 80% Institutional.
· Tuition and Student Fee Waivers include GTA / GRAs and employee tuition waivers.
· Donors may give directly to the Institution (amounts reflected in Institutional Aid: Gift and Endowed Scholarships & Fellowships). Donors
may also award to individual students (amounts reflected in Private Aid: Scholarships, Fellowships & Traineeships).
SOURCE: Banner Finance and Office of Financial Aid reports

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CLASS SIZE, CREDIT HOURS
AND DEGREES
Undergraduate Class Size: Fall 2005 undergraduate classes grouped by division and class size.
Credit Hours Attempted: A graphical and detailed view of the credit hours taken by
undergraduate and graduate students in University programs.
Degrees Awarded: A graphical and detailed view of the degrees conferred for the past 5 years.
It is important to remember a number of things when using and interpreting the data on credit hours
attempted:
o Credit hours of students who withdraw from courses prior to the end-of-third week census
date are excluded
o Credit hours of students who take an incomplete final grade are included, as are credit hours
attempted by students who register after the third week census date
o All Summer and Interterm hours are excluded
With respect to data on degrees conferred, the following should be noted:
o If an individual graduates with multiple majors but one degree, the degree is reported by
the department or program of the major the student declared first. If an individual
graduates with two degrees, both are shown.

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UNDERGRADUATE CLASSES by CLASS SIZE and COURSE LEVEL
Fall Terms 2001-2005
The following tables presents data on the number of classes of varying sizes by academic unit. Lower division courses are level 10001999, and upper division courses are level 2000-3999. Music lessons, independent study, research, internships and other field
experiences are excluded from the data. Cross listed courses appear as single courses in the department of the teaching faculty member.

Lower Division Courses (1000-1999)
UNDERGRADUATE REQUIREMENTS
Fall 2001
18
9%
2-9 Students
114 56%
10-19 Students
34 17%
20-29 Students
6
3%
30-39 Students
11
5%
40-49 Students
14
7%
50-99 Students
5
2%
100+ Students
Total
202

Fall 2002
12
5%
157 62%
61 24%
9
4%
7
3%
4
2%
4
2%
254

Fall 2003
14
6%
138 64%
27 12%
16
7%
7
3%
9
4%
6
3%
217

Fall 2004
12
5%
123 56%
44 20%
18
8%
9
4%
9
4%
6
3%
221

Fall 2005
9
4%
130 59%
39 18%
19
9%
6
3%
12
5%
7
3%
222

ARTS AND HUMANITIES
2-9 Students
10-19 Students
20-29 Students
30-39 Students
40-49 Students
50-99 Students
100+ Students
Total

17
38
11
2
2
1
0
71

24%
54%
15%
3%
3%
1%
0%

13
39
16
4
1
0
0
73

18%
53%
22%
5%
1%
0%
0%

26
29
21
7
2
0
0
85

31%
34%
25%
8%
2%
0%
0%

36
36
17
5
3
1
1
99

36%
36%
17%
5%
3%
1%
1%

30
38
20
2
2
4
1
97

31%
39%
21%
2%
2%
4%
1%

1
11
5
0
2
0
0
19

5%
58%
26%
0%
11%
0%
0%

0
2
6
4
1
0
0
13

0%
15%
46%
31%
8%
0%
0%

0
6
3
5
3
0
0
17

0%
35%
18%
29%
18%
0%
0%

0
6
4
4
3
0
0
17

0%
35%
24%
24%
18%
0%
0%

0
3
5
1
3
1
0
13

0%
23%
38%
8%
23%
8%
0%

7
5
6
0
1
3
1
23

30%
22%
26%
0%
4%
13%
4%

1
2
6
1
0
3
1
14

7%
14%
43%
7%
0%
21%
7%

2
2
1
2
0
3
1
11

18%
18%
9%
18%
0%
27%
9%

2
5
4
0
1
3
1
16

13%
31%
25%
0%
6%
19%
6%

SOCIAL SCIENCES
2-9 Students
10-19 Students
20-29 Students
30-39 Students
40-49 Students
50-99 Students
100+ Students
Total

NATURAL SCIENCES & MATHEMATICS
2-9 Students
10-19 Students
20-29 Students
30-39 Students
40-49 Students
50-99 Students
100+ Students
Total

8
12
9
4
3
3
1
40

20%
30%
23%
10%
8%
8%
3%

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UNDERGRADUATE CLASSES by CLASS SIZE and COURSE LEVEL
Fall Terms 2001-2005
Lower Division Courses (1000-1999)
SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING & COMPUTER SCIENCE
Fall 2002
Fall 2001
2-9 Students
10-19 Students
20-29 Students
30-39 Students
40-49 Students
50-99 Students
100+ Students
Total

Fall 2003
1 25%
1 25%
1 25%
0
0%
0
0%
1 25%
0
0%
4

Fall 2004
0
0%
0
0%
2 67%
1 33%
0
0%
0
0%
0
0%
3

Fall 2005
1 25%
0
0%
1 25%
2 50%
0
0%
0
0%
0
0%
4

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
2-9 Students
10-19 Students
20-29 Students
30-39 Students
40-49 Students
50-99 Students
100+ Students
Total

4
4
6
8
28
1
0
51

8%
8%
12%
16%
55%
2%
0%

0
3
4
20
28
2
0
57

0%
5%
7%
35%
49%
4%
0%

1
2
9
16
21
1
0
50

2%
4%
18%
32%
42%
2%
0%

1
1
3
11
16
2
0
34

3%
3%
9%
32%
47%
6%
0%

1
1
3
17
21
1
0
44

2%
2%
7%
39%
48%
2%
0%

0
0
0
1
0
1
0
2

0%
0%
0%
50%
0%
50%
0%

0
0
0
0
1
1
0
2

0%
0%
0%
0%
50%
50%
0%

0
1
2
0
1
0
0
4

0%
25%
50%
0%
25%
0%
0%

0
0
2
4
2
0
0
8

0%
0%
25%
50%
25%
0%
0%

0
0
1
3
0
0
0
4

0%
0%
25%
75%
0%
0%
0%

0
5
3
0
0
0
0
8

0%
63%
38%
0%
0%
0%
0%

0
4
0
0
0
0
0
4

0%
100%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%

0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1

0%
100%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%

0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1

0%
100%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%

INTERNATIONAL STUDIES
2-9 Students
10-19 Students
20-29 Students
30-39 Students
40-49 Students
50-99 Students
100+ Students
Total
MISCELLANEOUS
2-9 Students
10-19 Students
20-29 Students
30-39 Students
40-49 Students
50-99 Students
100+ Students
Total
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UNDERGRADUATE CLASSES by CLASS SIZE and COURSE LEVEL
Fall Terms 2001-2005
Lower Division Courses (1000-1999)
WOMEN'S COLLEGE
Fall 2001
2-9 Students
10-19 Students
20-29 Students
30-39 Students
40-49 Students
50-99 Students
100+ Students
Total

Fall 2002
3 14%
11 52%
7 33%
0
0%
0
0%
0
0%
0
0%
21

Fall 2003
1
6%
14 78%
3 17%
0
0%
0
0%
0
0%
0
0%
18

Fall 2004
4 25%
5 31%
7 44%
0
0%
0
0%
0
0%
0
0%
16

Fall 2005
2
0%
8
0%
5
0%
0
0%
0
0%
0
0%
0
0%
15

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
2-9 Students
10-19 Students
20-29 Students
30-39 Students
40-49 Students
50-99 Students
100+ Students
Total

10
3
0
0
0
0
0
13

77%
23%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%

8
8
0
0
0
0
0
16

50%
50%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%

8
10
0
0
0
0
0
18

44%
56%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%

8
4
1
0
0
0
0
13

0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%

45
224
100
37
39
10
5
460

10%
49%
22%
8%
8%
2%
1%

52
202
72
45
34
14
7
426

12%
47%
17%
11%
8%
3%
2%

63
184
80
45
33
15
8
428

15%
43%
19%
11%
8%
4%
2%

53
189
79
44
33
21
9
428

12%
44%
18%
10%
8%
5%
2%

SUBTOTAL LOWER DIVISION COURSES
2-9 Students
10-19 Students
20-29 Students
30-39 Students
40-49 Students
50-99 Students
100+ Students
Total

48
184
68
21
46
20
6
393

12%
47%
17%
5%
12%
5%
2%

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UNDERGRADUATE CLASSES by CLASS SIZE and COURSE LEVEL
Fall Terms 2001-2005
Upper Division Courses (2000-3999)
UNDERGRADUATE REQUIREMENTS
Fall 2001
0
0%
2-9 Students
7 41%
10-19 Students
2 12%
20-29 Students
8 47%
30-39 Students
0
0%
40-49 Students
0
0%
50-99 Students
0
0%
100+ Students
Total
17

Fall 2002
0
0%
2 13%
10 67%
0
0%
3 20%
0
0%
0
0%
15

Fall 2003
0
0%
1
4%
14 61%
6 26%
1
4%
1
4%
0
0%
23

Fall 2004
1
4%
6 23%
5 19%
11 42%
2
8%
1
4%
0
0%
26

Fall 2005
1
4%
9 35%
3 12%
11 42%
1
4%
1
4%
0
0%
26

ARTS AND HUMANITIES
2-9 Students
10-19 Students
20-29 Students
30-39 Students
40-49 Students
50-99 Students
100+ Students
Total

63
44
14
1
1
0
0
123

51%
36%
11%
1%
1%
0%
0%

61
54
13
1
0
0
0
129

47%
42%
10%
1%
0%
0%
0%

52
55
11
0
1
0
0
119

44%
46%
9%
0%
1%
0%
0%

51
53
16
1
0
0
0
121

42%
44%
13%
1%
0%
0%
0%

66
60
14
1
0
0
0
141

47%
43%
10%
1%
0%
0%
0%

34
25
10
4
3
2
0
78

44%
32%
13%
5%
4%
3%
0%

25
30
10
4
5
1
0
75

33%
40%
13%
5%
7%
1%
0%

13
30
13
8
1
2
0
67

19%
45%
19%
12%
1%
3%
0%

20
32
13
7
2
1
0
75

27%
43%
17%
9%
3%
1%
0%

15
24
9
7
3
2
0
60

25%
40%
15%
12%
5%
3%
0%

21
29
7
4
0
2
0
63

33%
46%
11%
6%
0%
3%
0%

15
15
2
1
2
0
2
37

41%
41%
5%
3%
5%
0%
5%

17
7
5
2
1
2
1
35

49%
20%
14%
6%
3%
6%
3%

17
9
6
1
0
1
2
36

47%
25%
17%
3%
0%
3%
6%

SOCIAL SCIENCES
2-9 Students
10-19 Students
20-29 Students
30-39 Students
40-49 Students
50-99 Students
100+ Students
Total

NATURAL SCIENCES & MATHEMATICS
2-9 Students
10-19 Students
20-29 Students
30-39 Students
40-49 Students
50-99 Students
100+ Students
Total

30
30
8
1
2
2
1
74

41%
41%
11%
1%
3%
3%
1%

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UNDERGRADUATE CLASSES by CLASS SIZE and COURSE LEVEL
Fall Terms 2001-2005
Upper Division Courses (2000-3999)
SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING & COMPUTER SCIENCE
Fall 2002
Fall 2001
2-9 Students
10-19 Students
20-29 Students
30-39 Students
40-49 Students
50-99 Students
100+ Students
Total

Fall 2003
9 43%
8 38%
4 19%
0
0%
0
0%
0
0%
0
0%
21

Fall 2004
21 68%
8 26%
2
6%
0
0%
0
0%
0
0%
0
0%
31

Fall 2005
10 48%
9 43%
2 10%
0
0%
0
0%
0
0%
0
0%
21

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
2-9 Students
10-19 Students
20-29 Students
30-39 Students
40-49 Students
50-99 Students
100+ Students
Total

12
23
19
15
8
0
0
77

16%
30%
25%
19%
10%
0%
0%

5
17
19
17
7
1
0
66

8%
26%
29%
26%
11%
2%
0%

7
23
26
19
13
0
0
88

8%
26%
30%
22%
15%
0%
0%

13
30
25
36
20
0
1
125

10%
24%
20%
29%
16%
0%
1%

9
15
37
34
14
0
0
109

8%
14%
34%
31%
13%
0%
0%

6
2
1
1
1
0
0
11

55%
18%
9%
9%
9%
0%
0%

2
3
3
1
0
0
0
9

22%
33%
33%
11%
0%
0%
0%

0
8
3
0
1
0
0
12

0%
67%
25%
0%
8%
0%
0%

8
12
8
2
0
0
0
30

27%
40%
27%
7%
0%
0%
0%

5
5
5
1
0
0
0
16

31%
31%
31%
6%
0%
0%
0%

4
5
2
0
0
0
0
11

36%
45%
18%
0%
0%
0%
0%

1
5
5
1
0
0
0
12

8%
42%
42%
8%
0%
0%
0%

1
5
5
1
0
0
0
12

8%
42%
42%
8%
0%
0%
0%

1
1
5
3
1
0
0
11

9%
9%
45%
27%
9%
0%
0%

1
4
5
1
0
0
0
11

9%
36%
45%
9%
0%
0%
0%

INTERNATIONAL STUDIES
2-9 Students
10-19 Students
20-29 Students
30-39 Students
40-49 Students
50-99 Students
100+ Students
Total
MISCELLANEOUS
2-9 Students
10-19 Students
20-29 Students
30-39 Students
40-49 Students
50-99 Students
100+ Students
Total
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UNDERGRADUATE CLASSES by CLASS SIZE and COURSE LEVEL
Fall Terms 2001-2005
Upper Division Courses (2000-3999)
WOMEN'S COLLEGE
Fall 2001
2-9 Students
10-19 Students
20-29 Students
30-39 Students
40-49 Students
50-99 Students
100+ Students
Total

Fall 2002
8 35%
12 52%
3 13%
0
0%
0
0%
0
0%
0
0%
23

Fall 2003
5 26%
10 53%
3 16%
1
5%
0
0%
0
0%
0
0%
19

Fall 2004
8 35%
12 52%
3 13%
0
0%
0
0%
0
0%
0
0%
23

Fall 2005
6
0%
11
0%
5
0%
0
0%
0
0%
0
0%
0
0%
22

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
2-9 Students
10-19 Students
20-29 Students
30-39 Students
40-49 Students
50-99 Students
100+ Students
Total

11
4
0
0
0
0
0
15

73%
27%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%

15
1
0
0
0
0
0
16

94%
6%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%

13
1
0
0
0
0
0
14

93%
7%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%

11
3
0
0
0
0
0
14

0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%

SUBTOTAL UPPER DIVISION COURSES
2-9 Students
10-19 Students
20-29 Students
30-39 Students
40-49 Students
50-99 Students
100+ Students
Total

149
136
56
30
15
4
1
391

38%
35%
14%
8%
4%
1%
0%

134
156
70
28
15
4
0
407

33%
38%
17%
7%
4%
1%
0%

117
156
81
36
19
3
2
414

28%
38%
20%
9%
5%
1%
0%

153
162
82
62
26
4
2
491

31%
33%
17%
13%
5%
1%
0%

141
149
86
56
18
4
2
456

31%
33%
19%
12%
4%
1%
0%

197
320
124
51
61
24
7
784

25%
41%
16%
7%
8%
3%
1%

179
380
170
65
54
14
5
867

21%
44%
20%
7%
6%
2%
1%

169
358
153
81
53
17
9
840

20%
43%
18%
10%
6%
2%
1%

216
346
162
107
59
19
10
919

24%
38%
18%
12%
6%
2%
1%

194
338
165
100
51
25
11
884

22%
38%
19%
11%
6%
3%
1%

TOTAL UNIVERSITY COURSES
2-9 Students
10-19 Students
20-29 Students
30-39 Students
40-49 Students
50-99 Students
100+ Students
Total
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CREDIT HOURS ATTEMPTED by STUDENT LEVEL
2000-01 through 2004-05
2000-01

2001-02

University Undergraduate Requirements (UREQs) - Undergraduate Students Only
Arts & Humanities (AHUM)
1,324
6,956
First-Year English
10,508
10,448
Core 2000
627
Creative Expression
1,964
Thematic Core
1,975
Subtotal, Arts & Humanities Hours
12,459
21,343

2002-03

2003-04

2004-05

7,140
10,700
1,790
2,230
21,860

8,832
11,088
1,728
3,620
25,268

7,996
12,356
2,032
5,152
27,536

Oral Communication
Social Sciences (SOCS)
Core 2000
Creative Expression
Thematic Core
Subtotal, Social Sciences Hours

2,912
8,208
715
11,835

1,664
7,384
1,120
1,983
12,151

976
6,236
1,630
1,685
10,527

340
6,148
2,260
3,584
12,332

7,088
2,652
4,496
14,236

Math & Computer Science
Natural Sciences
Core 2000
Social Sciences (SOCS)
Thematic Core
Subtotal, Natural Sciences & Mathematics Hours

2,912
7,424
151
10,487

2,876
7,076
684
144
10,780

2,768
7,468
672
396
11,304

2,512
7,958
756
860
12,086

2,720
8,238
696
1,108
12,762

Social Sciences (SOCS)
Thematic Core
Subtotal, Graduate School of International Studies Hours

-

336
232
568

1,312
380
1,692

1,272
208
1,480

1,108
244
1,352

Thematic Core
Subtotal, Graduate School of Social Work Hours

-

46
46

116
116

116
116

152
152

University of Denver Campus Connection Hours

956

953

1,015

1,821

2,664

35,737

45,841

46,514

53,103

58,702

Division of Arts & Humanities
Hours taken by Undergraduate Students
Hours taken by Graduate Students
Total

30,692
3,307
33,999

28,622
3,231
31,853

30,526
3,413
33,939

30,982
3,714
34,696

31,570
3,733
35,303

Division of Social Sciences
Hours taken by Undergraduate Students
Hours taken by Graduate & First Professional Students
Total

25,770
4,250
30,020

24,814
4,147
28,961

25,623
4,810
30,433

25,952
5,017
30,969

25,743
4,849
30,592

Division of Natural Sciences & Mathematics
Hours taken by Undergraduate Students
Hours taken by Graduate Students
Total

18,740
3,599
22,339

17,638
3,908
21,546

17,185
3,376
20,561

13,747
1,855
15,602

14,102
2,149
16,251

-

-

-

2,953
1,435
4,388

3,064
1,400
4,464

Daniels College of Business
Hours taken by Undergraduate Students
On-Campus Hours taken by Graduate & First Professional Students
Off-Campus & Corporate Hours
Executive MBA Hours taken by Graduate Students
Total

33,738
25,298
1,119
2,544
62,699

38,687
25,006
2,153
65,846

41,558
22,745
1,980
66,283

41,996
25,468
1,726
69,190

44,621
22,255
2,638
69,514

The Women's College
Hours taken by Undergraduate Students
Total

10,337
10,337

9,795
9,795

7,514
7,514

6,625
6,625

6,335
6,335

Total University Undergraduate Requirements Hours

School of Engineering & Computer Science
Hours taken by Undergraduate Students
Hours taken by Graduate & First Professional Students
Total

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CREDIT HOURS ATTEMPTED by STUDENT LEVEL
2000-01 through 2004-05
2000-01

2001-02

2002-03

2003-04

2004-05

47,058
251
47,309

47,847
557
48,404

46,440
1,050
47,490

46,097
951
47,048

4,468
4,468

3,993
3,993

4,180
4,180

4,222
4,222

16
3,627
3,643

796
4,397
7,178
12,371

431
5,246
6,877
12,554

370
4,989
6,016
11,375

469
6,195
6,879
13,543

497
6,305
7,034
13,836

4,698
4,698

4,996
4,996

4,964
4,964

5,159
5,159

5,867
5,867

Graduate School of International Studies
Hours taken by Undergraduate Students*
On-Campus Hours taken by Graduate & First Professional Students*
Outreach Programs (CTIR) Hours taken by Graduate Students
Total

5,494
6,243
131
11,868

5,699
7,091
134
12,924

5,660
10,133
116
15,909

6,212
11,482
135
17,829

6,152
13,142
201
19,495

Graduate School of Social Work
Hours taken by Graduate & First Professional Students
Total

12,391
12,391

10,832
10,832

11,851
11,851

13,686
13,686

13,718
13,718

University College
Hours taken by Undergraduate Students
Hours taken by Graduate & First Professional Students
Total

1,140
22,703
23,843

424
19,008
19,432

180
14,314
14,494

177
11,958
12,135

87
12,909
12,996

Miscellaneous Hours taken by Undergraduate Students
Cooperative Education Hours
English Proficiency Hours for International Students
Honors Hours
Interdisciplinary Independent Studies
Living & Learning Community Courses
ROTC Hours
Study Abroad Hours**
Total

6
60
1,087
730
7
1,874
3,764

11
84
919
915
19
2,236
4,184

6
84
809
1,370
16
3,719
6,004

1
96
215
1,338
19
4,521
6,190

105
169
4
1,332
13
6,471
8,094

360
36
3
399

8
8

552
6
4
562

624
4
8
636

814
16
12
26
36
904

166,208
148,084
314,292

176,135
143,939
320,074

181,134
141,853
322,987

188,406
147,057
335,463

198,983
147,779
346,762

Sturm College of Law (1 semester credit hour equals 1.5 quarter credit hours)
JD Hours (converted to quarter hours)
46,206
Master's Programs Hours (converted to quarter hours)
272
Total
46,478
Graduate Tax Program
Hours taken by Undergraduate Students
Hours taken by Graduate & First Professional Students
Total
College of Education
Hours taken by Undergraduate Students
On-Campus Hours taken by Graduate Students
Weekend & Outreach Hours taken by Graduate Students
Total
Graduate School of Professional Psychology
Hours taken by Graduate Students
Total

Miscellaneous Hours taken by Graduate & First Professional Students
Centers and Institutes*
Community Outreach Hours
English Proficiency Hours for International Students
Iliff School of Theology Hours for DU Students
Other
Study Abroad Hours**
Total
Total University
Hours taken by Undergraduate Students
Hours taken by Graduate & First Professional Students
Total

*Conflict Resolution was moved from the Graduate School of International Students to Centers and Institutes in 2004
** Study Abroad as reported here refers to transferred credit hours taken by DU students at institutions abroad. Credit hours taken by DU students in DU
courses (Fall Term in London, Fall/Spring Term in Bologna) appear in the offering department(s).

· A dash (-) indicates that a specific program was not offered during a given year.
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Credit Hours

0

50,000

100,000

150,000

200,000

250,000

300,000

350,000

400,000

2000-01

2001-02

2002-03
Academic Year

Credit Hours Attempted by Student Level

2003-04

2004-05

Graduate & First Professional Total

Undergraduate Total

University Total

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Credit Hours

0

10,000

20,000

30,000

40,000

50,000

60,000

70,000

2000-01

2001-02

Total Credit Hours Attempted
Units with more than 10,000 hours

Education
University College

Natural Sciences & Math
Social Work

2004-05

Intl Studies

Social Sciences

2003-04

Arts & Humanities

Law

Academic Year

2002-03

Univ. Requirements

Business

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Credit Hours

0

2,000

4,000

6,000

8,000

10,000

12,000

2000-01

2001-02

Total Credit Hours Attempted
Units with less than 10,000 hours

Academic Year

2002-03

2003-04

2004-05

Tax

Prof. Psychology
Engineering & Comp. Sci.

Women's College

Miscellaneous

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Credit Hours

0

10,000

20,000

30,000

40,000

50,000

60,000

70,000

2000-01

2001-02

Hours Attempted by Undergraduate Students
Units with more than 10,000 hours

Academic Year

2002-03

2003-04

2004-05

Social Sciences

Arts & Humanities
Natural Sciences & Math

Business

Univ. Requirements

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Credit Hours

0

2,000

4,000

6,000

8,000

10,000

12,000

2000-01

2001-02

2004-05

Engineering & Comp. Sci.

University College

2003-04

Education

Intl Studies
Tax

Women's College

Miscellaneous

Academic Year

2002-03

Hours Attempted by Undergraduate Students
Units with less than 10,000 hours

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Credit Hours

0

10,000

20,000

30,000

40,000

50,000

60,000

70,000

2000-01

2001-02

Academic Year

2002-03

Hours Attempted by Graduate and First Professional Students
Units with more than 10,000 hours

2003-04

Law
Intl Studies
Education

2004-05

Business
Social Work
University College

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Credit Hours

0

2,000

4,000

6,000

8,000

10,000

12,000

2000-01

2001-02

Academic Year

2002-03

Hours Attempted by Graduate and First Professional Students
Units with less than 10,000 hours

2003-04

Prof. Psychology
Tax
Natural Sciences & Math
Engineering & Comp. Sci.

2004-05

Social Sciences
Arts & Humanities
Miscellaneous

DEGREES AWARDED
Summary by Unit & Level
July 1 - June 30
2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05
95
112
104
120
137
35
19
23
26
38
4
10
10
7
11
134
141
137
153
186

1 year
Change
14.2%
46.2%
57.1%
21.6%

5 year
Change
44.2%
8.6%
175.0%
38.8%

Arts & Humanities

Bachelor
Master
Doctor
Total

Social Sciences

Bachelor
Master
Doctor
Total

200
52
13
265

173
43
9
225

159
47
16
222

190
69
11
270

190
59
19
268

0.0%
(14.5%)
72.7%
(0.7%)

(5.0%)
13.5%
46.2%
1.1%

Natural Sciences &
Mathematics

Bachelor
Master
Doctor
Total

120
43
6
169

118
48
5
171

122
47
4
173

108
21
2
131

88
32
11
131

(18.5%)
52.4%
450.0%
0.0%

(26.7%)
(25.6%)
83.3%
(22.5%)

Engineering &
Computer Science

Bachelor
Master
Doctor
Total

-

-

-

22
23
1
46

33
27
3
63

50.0%
17.4%
200.0%
37.0%

Business

Bachelor
Master
Total

256
526
782

265
499
764

315
503
818

411
564
975

367
468
835

(10.7%)
(17.0%)
(14.4%)

43.4%
(11.0%)
6.8%

Law

Master
Juris Doctor
Total

18
309
327

32
307
339

32
388
420

24
364
388

46
361
407

91.7%
(0.8%)
4.9%

155.6%
16.8%
24.5%

Graduate Tax Program

Master
Total

83
83

116
116

92
92

94
94

111
111

18.1%
18.1%

33.7%
33.7%

Education

Master & Ed. Specialist
Doctor
Total

70
24
94

96
15
111

107
25
132

123
33
156

161
34
195

30.9%
3.0%
25.0%

130.0%
41.7%
107.4%

Professional Psychology

Master
Doctor
Total

50
31
81

52
33
85

45
31
76

40
33
73

43
35
78

7.5%
6.1%
6.8%

(14.0%)
12.9%
(3.7%)

-

Degrees awarded at the end of summer quarter are included with the following academic year, as per IPEDS instructions.
A dash (-) indicates that a specific degree was not offered during a given year.
In FY05, The Conflict Resolution program moved from GSIS to Centers & Institutes.
SOURCE: Banner - WSADEGR

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DEGREES AWARDED
Summary by Unit & Level
July 1 - June 30
2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05
27
26
35
36
38
87
90
104
126
150
9
9
10
5
10
123
125
149
167
198

1 year
Change
5.6%
19.0%
100.0%
18.6%

5 year
Change
40.7%
72.4%
11.1%
61.0%

International Studies

Bachelor
Master
Doctor
Total

Social Work

Master
Doctor
Total

180
7
187

133
2
135

133
4
137

182
6
188

173
6
179

(4.9%)
0.0%
(4.8%)

(3.9%)
(14.3%)
(4.3%)

University College

Bachelor
Master
Total

1
274
275

2
282
284

5
225
230

2
221
223

1
152
153

(50.0%)
(31.2%)
(31.4%)

0.0%
(44.5%)
(44.4%)

The Women's College

Bachelor
Total

70
70

62
62

56
56

42
42

53
53

26.2%
26.2%

(24.3%)
(24.3%)

-

8
8

1
1

11
11

19
19

72.7%
72.7%

769
1,418
94
309
2,590

758
1,418
83
307
2,566

796
1,359
100
388
2,643

931
1,524
98
364
2,917

907
1,479
129
361
2,876

(2.6%)
(3.0%)
31.6%
(0.8%)
(1.4%)

Centers & Institutes

Master
Total

Totals

Bachelor
Master & Ed. Specialist
Doctor
Juris Doctor
GRAND TOTAL

17.9%
4.3%
37.2%
16.8%
11.0%

· Degrees awarded at the end of summer quarter are included with the following academic year, as per IPEDS instructions.
· A dash (-) indicates that a specific degree was not offered during a given year.
· In FY05, The Conflict Resolution program moved from GSIS to Centers & Institutes.
SOURCE: Banner - WSADEGR

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Degrees

0

500

1,000

1,500

2,000

2,500

3,000

3,500

2000-01

2001-02

DEGREES AWARDED
July 1 - June 30
2000-01 through 2004-05

Academic Year

2002-03

2003-04

2004-05

Bachelor
Master & Ed. Specialist
Doctor
Juris Doctor
GRAND TOTAL

DEGREES AWARDED: Detail by Program
Arts & Humanities
July 1 - June 30

2000-01

2001-02

2002-03

2003-04

2004-05

1 year
change

5 year
change

26
0
27
4
14
16
2
1
5
95

25
3
25
5
18
24
2
3
7
112

30
1
18
4
12
32
4
0
3
104

32
0
26
15
13
31
0
1
2
120

27
0
31
14
1
15
34
4
5
6
137

(15.6%)
19.2%
(6.7%)
15.4%
9.7%
400.0%
200.0%
14.2%

3.8%
14.8%
250.0%
7.1%
112.5%
100.0%
400.0%
20.0%
44.2%

6
5
1
1
0
19
2
1
35

6
2
1
1
0
7
1
1
19

5
2
0
1
0
14
0
1
23

5
2
1
0
1
16
0
1
26

8
3
1
1
0
21
3
1
38

60.0%
50.0%
0.0%
(100.0%)
31.3%
0.0%
46.2%

33.3%
(40.0%)
0.0%
0.0%
10.5%
50.0%
0.0%
8.6%

4
0
4

10
0
10

10
0
10

7
0
7

11
0
11

57.1%
57.1%

175.0%
175.0%

134

141

137

153

186

21.6%

38.8%

Bachelor Degrees
Art & Art History
Cultural & Critical Studies
English
History
Individually Structured Major
Languages & Literatures
Music
Philosophy
Religious Studies
Theatre
Total

Master Degrees
Art & Art History
English
History
Judaic Studies
Languages & Literatures
Music
Philosophy
Religious Studies
Total

Doctorate Degrees
English
History
Total
TOTAL, Arts & Humanities

· A dash (-) indicates that a specific degree was not offered during a given year or that a % change is not possible. If a degree or
program was terminated and a previously enrolled student completes his/her degree work, an entry will be made for a degree
awarded.
· Degrees awarded at the end of summer quarter are included with the following academic year, as per IPEDS instructions.
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DEGREES AWARDED: Detail by Program
Business
July 1 - June 30
1 year
change

5 year
change

2000-01

2001-02

2002-03

2003-04

28
7
8
36
18
3
22
23
44
13
41
1
9
1
2
256

17
3
4
36
36
5
13
19
7
40
21
40
0
12
3
1
8
265

19
3
6
52
21
6
26
26
11
32
22
51
6
16
1
2
15
315

45
4
11
54
21
18
22
31
18
47
36
61
5
21
1
5
11
411

28 (37.8%)
0.0%
0 (100.0%) (100.0%)
4 (63.6%) (50.0%)
43 (20.4%)
19.4%
30
42.9%
66.7%
17
(5.6%) 466.7%
28
27.3%
27.3%
32
3.2%
39.1%
13 (27.8%)
36 (23.4%) (18.2%)
34
(5.6%) 161.5%
59
(3.3%)
43.9%
5
0.0% 400.0%
20
(4.8%) 122.2%
3 200.0%
2 (60.0%) 100.0%
13
18.2% 550.0%
367 (10.7%)
43.4%

Accountancy
Construction Management
Customized Program
Entrepreneurship & Venture Management
Finance
Finance / Real Estate
General Business
Health Care Management
Hotel, Restaurant & Tourism Management
Information Technology & Electronic Commerce
International Business / Management
Management
Management & Communications
Management & Engineering
Management & Telecommunications
Management Customized Program
Management - Organizational Training & Deve.
Marketing
Public Health Management
Real Estate
Real Estate & Construction Management
Sport Management
Subtotal Master Degrees

40
0
3
3
66
0
226
4
11
76
27
5
0
1
8
3
10
0
3
32
8
526

28
1
6
0
60
1
219
0
1
80
31
3
0
0
8
7
15
1
2
25
11
499

33
1
6
0
73
3
237
0
3
60
32
21
0
0
0
0
0
8
0
0
26
0
503

41
0
9
2
79
1
260
0
6
34
25
18
0
0
0
0
0
17
0
2
70
0
564

29
0
20
1
91
2
175
0
5
30
27
15
0
0
0
0
0
15
0
2
56
0
468

(29.3%)
122.2%
(50.0%)
15.2%
100.0%
(32.7%)
(16.7%)
(11.8%)
8.0%
(16.7%)
(11.8%)
0.0%
(20.0%)
(17.0%)

(27.5%)
566.7%
(66.7%)
37.9%
(22.6%)
(100.0%)
(54.5%)
(60.5%)
0.0%
(100.0%)
(100.0%)
(100.0%)
(100.0%)
50.0%
(33.3%)
75.0%
(100.0%)
(11.0%)

TOTAL, Business

782

764

818

975

835 (14.4%)

6.8%

2004-05

Bachelor Degrees
Accountancy
Business Economics
Construction Management
Finance
Finance / Marketing
Finance / Real Estate
General Business
Hotel, Restaurant & Tourism Management
Information Technology & Electronic Commerce
International Business
Management
Marketing
Real Estate
Real Estate & Construction Management
Real Estate & International Business
Real Estate & Marketing
Statistics
Subtotal Bachelor Degrees

Master Degrees

· A dash (-) indicates that a specific degree was not offered during a given year or that a % change is not possible. If a degree or program was
terminated and a previously enrolled student completes his/her degree work, an entry will be made for a degree awarded.
· Degrees awarded at the end of summer quarter are included with the following academic year, as per IPEDS instructions.
SOURCE: Banner - WSADEGR
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DEGREES AWARDED: Detail by Program
Engineering & Computer Science
July 1 - June 30

2000-01

2001-02

2002-03

2003-04

2004-05

1 year
change

5 year
change

Bachelor Degrees
Computer Science
Computer Science & Engineering
Engineering
Total

-

-

-

10
4
8
22

8
9
16
33

(20.0%)
125.0%
100.0%
50.0%

-

Master Degrees
Computer Science
Computer Science and Engineering
Engineering
Total

-

-

-

16
3
4
23

11
4
12
27

(31.3%)
33.3%
200.0%
17.4%

-

Doctorate Degrees
Computer Science
Engineering
Materials Science
Total

-

-

-

1
0
1

1
1
1
3

0.0%
200.0%

-

TOTAL, Engineering & Computer
Science

-

-

-

46

63

37.0%

-

· A dash (-) indicates that a specific degree was not offered during a given year or that a % change is not possible. If a degree or
program was terminated and a previously enrolled student completes his/her degree work, an entry will be made for a degree
awarded.

· Degrees awarded at the end of summer quarter are included with the following academic year, as per IPEDS instructions.
· Effective Fall 2003, The School of Engineering & Computer Science was established as a separate unit.
SOURCE: Banner - WSADEGR

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DEGREES AWARDED: Detail by Program
Natural Sciences & Mathematics
July 1 - June 30

Bachelor Degrees
Animal Technology
Biological Sciences
Chemistry & Biochemistry
Cognitive Science
Computer Science & Engineering
Computer Sciences
Engineering
Environmental Science
Geography
Mathematics
Physics & Astronomy
Science Area
Total
Master Degrees
Biological Sciences
Chemistry & Biochemistry
Computer Science and Engineering
Computer Science
Engineering
Geography
Mathematics
Physics & Astronomy
Total
Doctorate Degrees
Biological Sciences
Chemistry & Biochemistry
Geography
Materials Science
Math & Computer Science
Physics
Total
TOTAL, Natural Sciences &
Mathematics

2000-01

2001-02

2002-03

2003-04

2004-05

1 year
change

5 year
change

0
37
12
0
13
15
18
14
4
2
1
4
120

0
50
10
0
12
15
12
10
5
3
0
1
118

0
53
7
1
8
15
15
9
3
4
3
4
122

0
69
9
0
12
2
4
6
6
108

0
52
12
0
12
1
5
3
3
88

(24.6%)
33.3%
0.0%
(50.0%)
25.0%
(50.0%)
(50.0%)
(18.5%)

40.5%
0.0%
(14.3%)
(75.0%)
150.0%
200.0%
(25.0%)
(26.7%)

7
2
9
16
3
3
3
0
43

6
4
5
14
4
12
1
2
48

9
3
2
17
4
8
2
2
47

7
2
8
3
1
21

4
6
15
5
2
32

(42.9%)
200.0%
87.5%
66.7%
100.0%
52.4%

(42.9%)
200.0%
400.0%
66.7%
(25.6%)

2
1
2
0
0
1
6

0
4
0
1
0
0
5

0
2
0
2
0
0
4

1
0
0
0
1
2

169

171

173

131

5 400.0% 150.0%
2
100.0%
2
0.0%
2
0 (100.0%) (100.0%)
11 450.0%
83.3%

131

0.0%

(22.5%)

· A dash (-) indicates that a specific degree was not offered during a given year or that a % change is not possible. If a
degree or program was terminated and a previously enrolled student completes his/her degree work, an entry will be made
for a degree awarded.

· Degrees awarded at the end of summer quarter are included with the following academic year, as per IPEDS instructions.
· Effective Fall 2003, The School of Engineering & Computer Science was established as a separate unit.
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DEGREES AWARDED: Detail by Program
Social Sciences
July 1 - June 30
1 year
change

5 year
change

2000-01

2001-02

2002-03

2003-04

5
62
19
5
7
26
56
1
16
3
0
200

6
68
24
10
4
7
36
1
14
3
0
173

5
0
41
26
4
4
9
44
1
22
3
0
159

4
0
59
19
5
15
12
53
4
18
1
0
190

10 150.0% 100.0%
2
55
(6.8%) (11.3%)
21
10.5%
10.5%
4 (20.0%) (20.0%)
6 (60.0%) (14.3%)
22
83.3%
(15.4%)
52
(1.9%)
(7.1%)
5
25.0% 400.0%
13 (27.8%) (18.8%)
0 (100.0%) (100.0%)
0
190
0.0%
(5.0%)

11
3
2
3
10
9
9
3
2
52

6
8
2
3
5
10
5
1
3
43

7
11
1
3
8
12
4
0
1
47

2
13
4
4
20
9
9
7
1
69

9 350.0%
(18.2%)
6 (53.8%) 100.0%
0 (100.0%) (100.0%)
4
0.0%
33.3%
12 (40.0%)
20.0%
13
44.4%
44.4%
10
11.1%
11.1%
5 (28.6%)
66.7%
0 (100.0%) (100.0%)
59 (14.5%)
13.5%

Human Communication
Psychology
Sociology
Total

4
9
0
13

4
4
1
9

7
9
0
16

4
7
0
11

8
11
0
19

100.0%
57.1%
72.7%

100.0%
22.2%
46.2%

TOTAL, Social Sciences

265

225

222

270

268

(0.7%)

1.1%

2004-05

Bachelor Degrees
Anthropology
Asian Studies
Communication
Digital Media Studies
Economics
Mass Communications
Political Science
Psychology
Public Policy
Sociology & Criminology
Social Science Area
Women's Studies
Total

Master Degrees
Anthropology
Digital Media Studies
Economics
Human Communication
International & Intercultural Communication
Mass Communications
Psychology
Public Policy
Sociology & Criminology
Total

Doctorate Degrees

· A dash (-) indicates that a specific degree was not offered during a given year or that a % change is not possible. If a degree
or program was terminated and a previously enrolled student completes his/her degree work, an entry will be made for a
degree awarded.

· Degrees awarded at the end of summer quarter are included with the following academic year, as per IPEDS instructions.
SOURCE: Banner - WSADEGR

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DEGREES AWARDED: Detail by Program
Graduate Tax
July 1 - June 30
2000-01

2001-02

2002-03

2003-04

2004-05

39
44
83

81
35
116

46
46
92

50
44
94

64
47
111

1 year
change

5 year
change

28.0%
6.8%
18.1%

64.1%
6.8%
33.7%

5 year
change

Master Degrees
Business (Master of Accountancy)
Law (Master of Laws in Taxation)
Total

University College
July 1 - June 30

2000-01

2001-02

2002-03

2003-04

2004-05

1 year
change

1
1

2
2

5
5

2
2

1
1

(50.0%)
(50.0%)

0.0%
0.0%

28
44
25
1
8
1
2
2
27
14
152

16.7%
(47.0%)
(21.9%)
(27.3%)
100.0%
(38.6%)
(46.2%)
(31.2%)

(45.1%)
(47.6%)
0.0%
(75.0%)
33.3%
(75.0%)
17.4%
(71.4%)
(44.5%)

Bachelor Degrees
Telecommunications
Total

Master Degrees
Applied Communication
Computer Information Systems
Environmental Policy & Management
Health Care Organization & Systems
Liberal Studies
Library and Information Services
Organizational Leadership
Professional Studies
Public Health
Technology Management
Telecommunications
Total

51
84
25
4
6
24
8
23
49
274

32
40
24
108
82
83
30
16
32
8
3
0
6
8
11
Moved to College of Educa
8
5
1
47
34
44
43
37
26
282
225
221

The Women's College
July 1 - June 30
2000-01

2001-02

2002-03

2003-04

2004-05

1 year
change

5 year
change

4
34
32
70

12
33
17
62

7
35
14
56

5
14
23
42

4
29
20
53

(20.0%)
107.1%
(13.0%)
26.2%

0.0%
(14.7%)
(37.5%)
(24.3%)

Bachelor Degrees
Applied Computing
Business Administration
Communication
Total

· A dash (-) indicates that a specific degree was not offered during a given year or that a 5 year % change is not possible. If a
degree or program was terminated and a previously enrolled student completes his/her degree work, an entry will be made for a
degree awarded.
· Degrees awarded at the end of summer quarter are included with the following academic year, as per IPEDS instructions.
SOURCE: Banner - WSADEGR

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FACULTY
Faculty count numbers typically circulated by the University conform to the reporting guidelines specified by
the American Association of University Professors (AAUP). AAUP guidelines include only filled full-time
positions held by teaching faculty who do not hold administrative appointments above the level of department
chair. The committed position numbers differ from AAUP numbers by the inclusion of appointed faculty who
are less than full time, positions held by people on leave without pay, vacant positions, tenure relinquishment
and other special agreements, non-teaching faculty (Penrose librarians), pre-collegiate program teachers
(English Language Center) and administrators with faculty rank. Committed positions are stated as full-time
equivalents (FTE). For example, a teaching faculty member with an ongoing half-time appointment is
counted as .5 FTE. A tenured administrator is shown as a 1 FTE, even though he/she may be teaching less
than half time or not at all. Regardless the individual's claim is to a full position. In summary, the committed
positions represent all outstanding faculty and faculty position commitments. For Fall 2005, the committed
position count is 582.11, and the AAUP population is 484.
Committed Faculty Positions: An inclusive count of the faculty positions, in varying categories, to which the
University is committed.
Committed faculty positions include Tenure-Track and Non-Tenure-Track positions.
Tenure-Track positions include both filled and vacant positions as follows:
o Those filled with tenured faculty (whether present, on sabbatical, or on leave-of-absence without
pay);
o Those filled with tenure-track faculty (e.g. with an incumbent, whether present, on sabbatical, or on
leave-of-absence without pay);
o Those filled with non-tenure-track faculty (one-year visitors and tenure-relinquishment agreement
faculty);
o And those that are vacant.
Non-Tenure-Track positions, filled or vacant, are positions that do not carry a tenurable status.
Faculty by Academic Unit, Rank and Gender: Distribution of faculty by academic unit, rank, and gender
based on AAUP guidelines for reporting.
Full-time Faculty and Tenure Trends: Comparison of tenured faculty to all full-time faculty in each
academic department.
Faculty Salaries: Included are three sets of information regarding faculty salaries for the AAUP population.
The first is the average faculty salary by rank for continuing individuals. The second is the average faculty
salary by rank for all appointed faculty. Last is the weighted average salary by rank and gender for all faculty.

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COMMITTED FACULTY POSITIONS / ALL CATEGORIES
University of Denver
Fall 2001-2005
Arts & Humanities
Filled with Tenured Faculty
Filled with Tenure-Track Faculty
Tenure-Track Positions
Filled with Non-Tenure-Track Faculty
Vacant
Subtotal
Filled
Non-Tenure-Track Positions
Vacant
Subtotal
Total

Tenure-Track Positions

Non-Tenure-Track Positions

Social Sciences
Filled with Tenured Faculty
Filled with Tenure-Track Faculty
Filled with Non-Tenure-Track Faculty
Vacant
Subtotal
Filled
Vacant
Subtotal
Total

Natural Sciences & Mathematics
Filled with Tenured Faculty
Filled with Tenure-Track Faculty
Tenure-Track Positions
Filled with Non-Tenure-Track Faculty
Vacant
Subtotal
Filled
Non-Tenure-Track Positions
Vacant
Subtotal
Total

Fall 2001 Fall 2002 Fall 2003 Fall 2004 Fall 2005
61.00
63.00
60.00
61.00
59.50
21.00
18.00
24.00
27.00
29.00
6.20
6.00
5.00
3.00
4.50
1.00
4.00
2.00
0.00
0.00
89.20
91.00
91.00
91.00
93.00
12.25
12.25
12.25
13.00
11.00
1.50
1.50
3.50
2.50
2.00
13.75
13.75
15.75
15.50
13.00
102.95

104.75

106.75

106.50

106.00

48.00
15.00
2.00
3.00
68.00
7.50
0.00
7.50

48.00
16.00
2.00
3.00
69.00
7.50
0.00
7.50

45.00
18.00
2.00
4.00
69.00
5.50
0.00
5.50

45.00
18.00
2.00
5.00
70.00
5.50
0.00
5.50

41.00
24.00
4.00
3.00
72.00
7.50
0.00
7.50

75.50

76.50

74.50

75.50

79.50

45.00
22.00
0.00
5.00
72.00
10.66
1.00
11.66

46.00
22.00
0.00
3.00
71.00
10.33
2.00
12.33

35.00
12.50
0.00
2.00
49.50
6.00
3.00
9.00

35.00
12.50
0.00
3.00
50.50
7.00
1.00
8.00

36.00
9.50
2.00
3.00
50.50
8.00
0.00
8.00

83.66

83.33

58.50

58.50

58.50

13.50
11.00
0.00
0.00
24.50
1.00
1.66
2.66

13.50
9.00
0.00
2.00
24.50
3.00
0.66
3.66

15.00
9.00
0.00
1.00
25.00
3.50
0.66
4.16

27.16

28.16

29.16

School of Engineering & Computer Science
Filled with Tenured Faculty
Filled with Tenure-Track Faculty
Tenure-Track Positions
Filled with Non-Tenure-Track Faculty
Vacant
Subtotal
Filled
Non-Tenure-Track Positions
Vacant
Subtotal
Total
Daniels College of Business
Filled with Tenured Faculty
Filled with Tenure-Track Faculty
Tenure-Track Positions
Filled with Non-Tenure-Track Faculty
Vacant
Subtotal
Filled
Non-Tenure-Track Positions
Vacant
Subtotal
Total
SOURCE: Faculty File, Office of the Provost

50.00
8.00
2.00
2.00
62.00
23.00
1.00
24.00

51.00
7.00
2.00
0.00
60.00
21.50
4.50
26.00

51.00
5.00
3.00
4.00
63.00
24.00
0.00
24.00

46.00
5.00
3.00
6.00
60.00
29.00
1.00
30.00

47.00
7.00
3.00
3.00
60.00
31.00
1.00
32.00

86.00

86.00

87.00

90.00

92.00

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COMMITTED FACULTY POSITIONS / ALL CATEGORIES
University of Denver
Fall 2001-2005
Sturm College of Law & Graduate Tax
Filled with Tenured Faculty
Filled with Tenure-Track Faculty
Tenure-Track Positions
Filled with Non-Tenure-Track Faculty
Vacant
Subtotal
Filled
Non-Tenure-Track Positions
Vacant
Subtotal
Total
College of Education
Filled with Tenured Faculty
Filled with Tenure-Track Faculty
Tenure-Track Positions
Filled with Non-Tenure-Track Faculty
Vacant
Subtotal
Filled
Non-Tenure-Track Positions
Vacant
Subtotal
Total
Graduate School of Professional Psychology
Filled with Tenured Faculty
Filled with Tenure-Track Faculty
Tenure-Track Positions
Filled with Non-Tenure-Track Faculty
Vacant
Subtotal
Filled
Non-Tenure-Track Positions
Vacant
Subtotal
Total
Graduate School International Studies
Filled with Tenured Faculty
Filled with Tenure-Track Faculty
Tenure-Track Positions
Filled with Non-Tenure-Track Faculty
Vacant
Subtotal
Filled
Non-Tenure-Track Positions
Vacant
Subtotal
Total
Graduate School Social Work
Filled with Tenured Faculty
Filled with Tenure-Track Faculty
Tenure-Track Positions
Filled with Non-Tenure-Track Faculty
Vacant
Subtotal
Filled
Non-Tenure-Track Positions
Vacant
Subtotal
Total

Fall 2001 Fall 2002 Fall 2003 Fall 2004 Fall 2005
33.00
32.00
32.00
31.00
34.00
5.00
10.00
10.00
17.00
17.00
6.50
2.50
6.00
3.00
3.00
0.00
1.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
44.50
45.50
48.00
51.00
54.00
9.00
12.00
15.50
17.00
18.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
1.00
9.00
12.00
15.50
17.00
19.00
53.50

57.50

63.50

68.00

73.00

14.00
6.00
0.00
0.00
20.00
6.50
0.00
6.50

14.00
5.00
0.00
1.00
20.00
4.50
2.00
6.50

15.00
5.00
0.00
3.00
23.00
5.50
0.00
5.50

14.50
9.00
0.00
1.00
24.50
6.00
1.50
7.50

13.50
9.75
0.00
2.00
25.25
6.45
0.50
6.95

26.50

26.50

28.50

32.00

32.20

2.00
2.00
0.00
0.00
4.00
6.00
0.50
6.50

2.00
2.00
0.00
0.00
4.00
6.00
0.50
6.50

2.00
3.00
0.00
0.00
5.00
5.50
0.00
5.50

2.00
4.00
0.00
0.00
6.00
5.50
0.00
5.50

2.00
4.00
0.00
1.00
7.00
5.50
0.00
5.50

10.50

10.50

10.50

11.50

12.50

19.00
1.50
1.00
1.00
22.50
0.00
0.00
0.00

19.00
2.50
0.00
1.00
22.50
0.00
0.00
0.00

18.50
2.50
1.00
1.00
23.00
1.25
0.00
1.25

20.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
23.00
2.25
0.00
2.25

20.00
1.00
0.00
2.00
23.00
2.25
0.00
2.25

22.50

22.50

24.25

25.25

25.25

16.00
5.00
0.00
4.00
25.00
3.00
0.00
3.00

14.00
4.00
2.00
4.00
24.00
4.00
0.00
4.00

15.00
4.00
1.00
0.00
20.00
4.50
0.00
4.50

14.00
5.00
1.00
1.00
21.00
4.00
0.00
4.00

14.00
9.00
0.00
1.00
24.00
4.00
0.50
4.50

28.00

28.00

24.50

25.00

28.50

SOURCE: Faculty File, Office of the Provost
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COMMITTED FACULTY POSITIONS / ALL CATEGORIES
University of Denver
Fall 2001-2005
Center for Public Policy & Contemporary Issues
Filled with Tenured Faculty
Filled with Tenure-Track Faculty
Tenure-Track Positions
Filled with Non-Tenure-Track Faculty
Vacant
Subtotal
Filled
Non-Tenure-Track Positions
Vacant
Subtotal
Total
English Language Center
Filled with Tenured Faculty
Filled with Tenure-Track Faculty
Tenure-Track Positions
Filled with Non-Tenure-Track Faculty
Vacant
Subtotal
Filled
Non-Tenure-Track Positions
Vacant
Subtotal
Total

Tenure-Track Positions

Non-Tenure-Track Positions

Penrose Library
Filled with Tenured Faculty
Filled with Tenure-Track Faculty
Filled with Non-Tenure-Track Faculty
Vacant
Subtotal
Filled
Vacant
Subtotal
Total

CORE / PLP / Conflict Resolution / Marsico
Filled with Tenured Faculty
Filled with Tenure-Track Faculty
Tenure-Track Positions
Filled with Non-Tenure-Track Faculty
Vacant
Subtotal
Filled
Non-Tenure-Track Positions
Vacant
Subtotal
Total

Tenure-Track Positions

Non-Tenure-Track Positions

Total University
Filled with Tenured Faculty
Filled with Tenure-Track Faculty
Filled with Non-Tenure-Track Faculty
Vacant
Subtotal
Filled
Vacant
Subtotal
Total

Fall 2001 Fall 2002 Fall 2003 Fall 2004 Fall 2005
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
9.00
0.00
9.00

0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
9.00
0.00
9.00

0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
9.00
0.00
9.00

0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
8.00
1.00
9.00

0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
9.00
0.00
9.00

9.00

9.00

9.00

9.00

9.00

1.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
1.00
14.00
2.00
16.00

1.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
1.00
15.00
1.00
16.00

1.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
1.00
15.00
1.00
16.00

1.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
1.00
14.00
2.00
16.00

1.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
1.00
14.00
2.00
16.00

17.00

17.00

17.00

17.00

17.00

0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
3.50
0.00
3.50

1.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
1.00
3.50
0.00
3.50

1.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
1.00
6.00
0.00
6.00

2.00
0.00
2.00
0.00
4.00
14.50
0.50
15.00

2.00
0.00
2.00
0.00
4.00
14.50
0.00
14.50

3.50

4.50

7.00

19.00

18.50

290.00
85.50
17.70
16.00
409.20
104.41
6.00
110.41

292.00
86.50
14.50
17.00
410.00
105.58
11.50
117.08

290.00
95.00
18.00
16.00
419.00
111.00
9.16
120.16

286.00
107.50
15.00
19.00
427.50
128.75
10.16
138.91

286.00
119.25
18.50
16.00
439.75
134.70
7.66
142.36

519.61

527.08

539.16

566.41

582.11

SOURCE: Faculty File, Office of the Provost
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DISTRIBUTION OF FULL-TIME FACULTY BY ACADEMIC UNIT, RANK, & GENDER
AAUP Population
2001-02 through 2005-06
M

2001-02
F Total

M

2002-03
F Total

M

2003-04
F Total

M

2004-05
F Total

M

2005-06
F Total

ARTS & HUMANITIES
Professor
Associate
Assistant
Instructor
Lecturer
Total

21
18
8
0
3
50

3
16
14
1
8
42

24
34
22
1
11
92

22
17
9
0
3
51

3
20
10
1
11
45

25
37
19
1
14
96

20
15
16
0
1
52

3
21
9
1
8
42

23
36
25
1
9
94

20
18
14
0
3
55

3
20
13
0
9
45

23
38
27
0
12
100

18
19
15
1
1
54

3
21
12
1
10
47

21
40
27
2
11
101

SOCIAL SCIENCES
Professor
Associate
Assistant
Instructor
Lecturer
Total

15
13
7
0
3
38

6
11
10
0
3
30

21
24
17
0
6
68

16
15
6
0
3
40

6
10
12
0
3
31

22
25
18
0
6
71

15
14
4
1
2
36

6
9
15
0
1
31

21
23
19
1
3
67

14
12
6
0
2
34

4
11
14
0
3
32

18
23
20
0
5
66

12
12
8
0
4
36

4
10
18
0
2
34

16
22
26
0
6
70

21
17
18
0
3
59

5
1
5
0
4
15

26
18
23
0
7
74

16
11
10
0
3
40

2
1
1
0
3
7

18
12
11
0
6
47

18
8
10
0
3
39

2
1
2
0
4
9

20
9
12
0
7
48

18
10
7
0
4
39

2
1
2
0
3
8

20
11
9
0
7
47

SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING & COMPUTER SCIENCE
Professor
Associate
Assistant
Instructor
Lecturer
Total
-

-

3
6
8
0
1
18

2
0
3
0
0
5

5
6
11
0
1
23

2
6
6
0
2
16

2
0
3
0
0
5

4
6
9
0
2
21

5
4
7
0
3
19

2
1
2
0
0
5

7
5
9
0
3
24

NATURAL SCIENCES & MATHEMATICS
Professor
16
4
20
Associate
19
1
20
Assistant
16
3
19
Instructor
0
0
0
Lecturer
4
4
8
Total
55 12
67

BUSINESS
Professor
Associate
Assistant
Instructor
Lecturer
Total

23
21
3
0
18
65

2
7
1
0
4
14

25
28
4
0
22
79

24
20
3
0
15
62

2
8
0
0
8
18

26
28
3
0
23
80

31
19
3
0
6
59

3
8
0
0
7
18

34
27
3
0
13
77

34
19
3
0
6
62

3
7
0
0
8
18

37
26
3
0
14
80

33
19
4
0
6
62

4
7
0
0
10
21

37
26
4
0
16
83

LAW & GRADUATE TAX
Professor
Associate
Assistant
Instructor
Lecturer
Total

15
6
3
0
7
31

4
4
5
0
3
16

19
10
8
0
10
47

17
6
3
0
8
34

4
2
5
0
6
17

21
8
8
0
14
51

21
3
4
0
7
35

5
3
7
0
11
26

26
6
11
0
18
61

18
3
4
0
9
34

5
3
12
0
11
31

23
6
16
0
20
65

18
4
4
0
9
35

6
4
12
0
12
34

24
8
16
0
21
69

SOURCE: Adapted from DU reporting for the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS)
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DISTRIBUTION OF FULL-TIME FACULTY BY ACADEMIC UNIT, RANK, & GENDER
AAUP Population
2001-02 through 2005-06
M
EDUCATION
Professor
Associate
Assistant
Instructor
Lecturer
Total

2001-02
F Total

2
4
3
0
0
9

M

2002-03
F Total

M

2003-04
F Total

M

2004-05
F Total

M

2005-06
F Total

5
4
4
0
2
15

7
8
7
0
2
24

1
4
3
0
0
8

5
4
3
0
1
13

6
8
6
0
1
21

0
5
4
0
0
9

6
4
2
0
1
13

6
9
6
0
1
22

0
5
4
0
0
9

5
4
6
0
1
16

5
9
10
0
1
25

1
3
3
0
0
7

5
4
8
0
1
18

6
7
11
0
1
25

PROFESSIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
Professor
0
0
Associate
0
1
Assistant
1
3
Instructor
0
0
Lecturer
0
0
Total
1
4

0
1
4
0
0
5

0
1
1
0
0
2

0
0
3
0
0
3

0
1
4
0
0
5

0
2
0
0
0
2

0
0
3
0
0
3

0
2
3
0
0
5

0
3
0
0
0
3

0
1
2
0
0
3

0
4
2
0
0
6

0
2
1
0
0
3

0
1
2
0
0
3

0
3
3
0
0
6

0
4
0
0
0
4

5
12
0
0
1
18

5
8
0
0
0
13

0
4
1
0
0
5

5
12
1
0
0
18

7
6
0
0
0
13

1
3
1
0
0
5

8
9
1
0
0
18

7
6
0
0
2
15

2
2
0
0
0
4

9
8
0
0
2
19

8
5
0
0
1
14

2
2
1
0
0
5

10
7
1
0
1
19

3
4
4
0
2
13

7
7
5
0
2
21

4
2
1
0
0
7

3
3
4
0
1
11

7
5
5
0
1
18

4
2
1
0
0
7

3
5
4
0
0
12

7
7
5
0
0
19

3
2
1
0
0
6

2
5
4
0
0
11

5
7
5
0
0
17

3
2
3
0
0
8

2
6
7
0
0
15

5
8
10
0
0
23

CENTER FOR PUBLIC POLICY & CONTEMPORARY ISSUES
Professor
1
0
1
1
0
1
Associate
0
0
0
0
0
0
Assistant
0
0
0
0
0
0
Instructor
0
0
0
0
0
0
Lecturer
0
0
0
0
0
0
Total
1
0
1
1
0
1

1
0
0
0
0
1

0
0
0
0
0
0

1
0
0
0
0
1

1
0
0
0
0
1

0
0
0
0
0
0

1
0
0
0
0
1

1
0
0
0
0
1

0
0
0
0
0
0

1
0
0
0
0
1

CORE / PLP / CONFLICT RESOLUTION / MARSICO
Professor
0
0
0
0
Associate
0
0
0
0
Assistant
0
0
0
0
Instructor
0
0
0
0
Lecturer
3
0
3
2
Total
3
0
3
2

0
0
0
0
2
2

0
1
0
0
3
4

0
1
0
0
5
6

1
0
0
0
5
6

0
1
0
0
8
9

1
1
0
0
13
15

2
0
0
0
7
9

0
1
0
0
6
7

2
1
0
0
13
16

INTERNATIONAL STUDIES
Professor
5
Associate
8
Assistant
0
Instructor
0
Lecturer
1
Total
14
SOCIAL WORK
Professor
Associate
Assistant
Instructor
Lecturer
Total

4
3
1
0
0
8

0
1
0
0
1
2

0
1
0
0
3
4

SOURCE: Adapted from DU reporting for the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS)
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DISTRIBUTION OF FULL-TIME FACULTY BY ACADEMIC UNIT, RANK, & GENDER
AAUP Population
2001-02 through 2005-06
M
UNIVERSITY TOTAL
Professor
Associate
Assistant
Instructor
Lecturer
Grand Total

2001-02
F Total

102 27
92 52
42 44
0
1
39 26
275 150

129
144
86
1
65
425

M

2002-03
F Total

111 28
90 53
44 43
0
1
34 35
279 160

139
143
87
1
69
439

M

2003-04
F Total

118 31
83 55
50 45
1
1
22 34
274 166

149
138
95
2
56
440

M

2004-05
F Total

118 28
82 55
48 56
0
0
32 44
280 183

146
137
104
0
76
463

M

2005-06
F Total

119 30
80 58
52 64
1
1
35 44
287 197

149
138
116
2
79
484

· Prior to Fall 2003, faculty who had appointments in the Clinical series were counted within the category of Lecturer. Effective
Fall 2003, those faculty will be counted according to their Clinical rank within the Professorial series ranks of Professor, Associate,
or Assistant.
· These numbers conform to the AAUP reporting definitions. They include full-time appointed teaching faculty (tenure, tenure
track, and term appointments), including faculty who are on sabbatical leave. Faculty on leave-without-pay are excluded; if their
courses are being covered by a full-time replacement the replacement is counted. Department chairs are included; deans are
excluded. Vacant positions are excluded. English Language Center teachers (9 in 2005-06) are excluded since that is a precollegiate program. Penrose Librarians (15 in 2005-06) are excluded because they are not teaching faculty. Added to the AAUP
population above, this brings the 2005-06 total number of appointed full-time faculty to 508.
SOURCE: Adapted from DU reporting for the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS)

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FULL-TIME FACULTY AND TENURE TRENDS BY ACADEMIC UNIT AND DEPARTMENT
AAUP Population
2001-02 through 2005-06
2001-02
Fac Ten
ARTS & HUMANITIES
Art
English
Languages & Literatures
History
Judaic Studies
Music
Philosophy
Religious Studies
Theatre
Total Arts & Humanities

2002-03
Fac Ten

2003-04
Fac Ten

2004-05
Fac Ten

2005-06
Fac Ten

Current %
Tenured

13
15
20
9
2
18
6
6
3
92

7
11
11
5
0
12
6
5
1
58

14
18
20
9
2
18
6
6
3
96

6
14
11
6
0
13
6
5
1
62

14
16
19
8
2
20
5
6
4
94

5
12
11
5
0
13
5
5
1
57

14
18
20
9
3
21
6
6
3
100

6
14
9
8
0
13
5
4
1
60

12
18
22
9
4
21
6
5
4
101

4
14
10
6
2
13
5
5
1
60

33.3%
77.8%
45.5%
66.7%
50.0%
61.9%
83.3%
100.0%
25.0%
59.4%

SOCIAL SCIENCES
Anthropology
School of Communication
Communication
Human Communication
Mass Communications
Economics
Political Science
Psychology
Public Policy
Sociology & Criminology
Total Social Sciences

5

3

6

4

6

4

6

4

6

5

83.3%

2
8
12
7
6
18
1
9
68

0
6
6
4
4
15
0
7
45

2
9
13
7
6
18
1
9
71

0
6
7
4
5
14
0
7
47

2
9
13
7
6
16
1
7
67

0
6
7
4
4
13
0
5
43

3
8
12
7
6
16
1
7
66

0
5
7
4
4
13
0
3
40

3
7
13
7
6
18
2
8
70

0
3
7
4
3
12
0
3
37

0.0%
42.9%
53.8%
57.1%
50.0%
66.7%
0.0%
37.5%
52.9%

NATURAL SCIENCES & MATHEMATICS
Biological Sciences
Chemistry
Geography
Mathematics
Physics
Total Natural Sciences & Mathematics

13
10
8
8
7
46

7
8
5
4
4
28

16
10
8
10
7
51

11
8
5
3
5
32

12
11
8
9
7
47

8
8
5
4
5
30

13
11
9
10
5
48

8
8
5
4
4
29

14
11
8
9
5
47

9
8
5
4
4
30

64.3%
72.7%
62.5%
44.4%
80.0%
63.8%

SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING & COMPUTER SCIENCE
Computer Science
9
6
Engineering
12
5
Total School of Engineering & Comp. Sci.
21
11

9
14
23

6
5
11

9
14
23

6
5
11

7
14
21

4
6
10

7
17
24

4
8
12

57.1%
47.1%
50.0%

· A dash (-) indicates there was not a separate department during a given year.
· Effective Fall 2003, The School of Engineering & Computer Science was established as a separate unit. These data were recast
for 2001-03 and 2002-03
SOURCE: Compiled from Office of the Provost data and from the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS)

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FULL-TIME FACULTY AND TENURE TRENDS BY ACADEMIC UNIT AND DEPARTMENT
AAUP Population
2001-02 through 2005-06
2001-02
Fac Ten

2002-03
Fac Ten

2003-04
Fac Ten

2004-05
Fac Ten

2005-06
Fac Ten

Current %
Tenured

BUSINESS
Accountancy
Entrepreneurial
Finance
Hotel, Restaurant & Tourism Management
Legal Studies
Management
Marketing
Information Tech & Electronic Commerce
Real Estate & Construction Management
Statistics & Operations Research
Inst for Leadership & Org Performance
Total Business

12
1
12
5
5
15
10
7
4
8
79

9
0
7
2
2
10
7
2
2
7
48

11
1
11
6
5
14
12
8
4
8
80

8
0
8
3
2
10
7
2
2
7
49

11
1
11
6
5
13
10
8
4
8
77

7
1
8
3
3
12
5
2
2
7
50

11
0
11
6
7
14
11
8
4
5
3
80

7
0
7
3
2
12
6
2
2
4
0
45

11
0
11
6
7
15
10
8
4
7
4
83

7
0
7
3
2
12
6
2
2
4
0
45

63.6%
0.0%
63.6%
50.0%
28.6%
80.0%
60.0%
25.0%
50.0%
57.1%
0.0%
54.2%

LAW AND GRADUATE TAX

47

29

51

29

61

31

65

28

69

32

46.4%

EDUCATION

24

13

21

12

22

11

25

11

25

11

44.0%

5

1

5

1

5

1

6

1

6

1

16.7%

INTERNATIONAL STUDIES

18

16

18

16

18

16

19

17

19

17

89.5%

SOCIAL WORK

21

14

18

12

19

13

17

11

23

12

52.2%

CENTER FOR PUBLIC POLICY & CONTEMPORARY ISSUES
1
1
1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

100.0%

CORE / PLP / CONFLICT RESOLUTION / MARSICO
3

12.5%

PROFESSIONAL PSYCHOLOGY

UNIVERSITY TOTAL
Percent of TOTAL Tenured

425

0

4

1

6

1

15

2

16

2

264

439

273

440

265

463

255

484

260

62.1%

62.2%

60.2%

55.1%

53.7%

· A dash (-) indicates there was not a separate department during a given year.

· These numbers conform to the AAUP reporting definitions. They include full-time appointed teaching faculty (tenure, tenure
track, and term appointments), including faculty who are on sabbatical leave. Faculty on leave-without-pay are excluded; if their
courses are being covered by a full-time replacement the replacement is counted. Department chairs are included; deans are
excluded. Vacant positions are excluded. English Language Center teachers (9 in 2005-06) are excluded since that is a precollegiate program. Penrose Librarians (15 in 2005-06) are excluded because they are not teaching faculty. Added to the AAUP
population above, this brings the 2005-06 total number of appointed full-time faculty to 508.
SOURCE: Compiled from Office of the Provost data and from the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS)

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AVERAGE FACULTY SALARIES
Professor, Associate and Assistant
2001-02 through 2005-06

Average Faculty Salaries for Continuing Individuals
The Continuing Faculty population includes (for any given year) only those faculty members who were also here the previous
year. This excludes new hires and those who left at the end of the previous year. Where a faculty member received a promotion
in rank, he/she is reported under the former rank with the appropriate salary adjustment, so that the increases reflect the impact of
promotions.
Percent Change in Average Salary from Previous Year

Professor
Associate
Assistant

2001-02

2002-03

2003-04

2004-05

3.9%
4.4%
4.9%

4.1%
4.6%
5.0%

3.2%
3.8%
5.0%

3.3%
3.8%
4.3%

2005-06
4.0%
3.6%
6.4%

Average Salary
2004-05

$93,684
70,005
57,597

2005-06
$97,449
72,555
61,284

Average Faculty Salaries for All Appointed Faculty by Rank
The All Appointed Faculty population includes new hires who are not eligible for salary increases. The number of faculty per
rank varies from year to year due to incoming and departing faculty, as well as changes in rank and tenure. This gives rise to
differences between the averages of All Faculty vs. Continuing Individuals.

Professor
Associate
Assistant

2001-02

2002-03

2003-04

2004-05

$82,224
63,358
50,983

$85,809
65,867
53,556

$89,169
67,267
55,838

$93,719
69,129
57,754

2005-06
$97,741
71,290
59,916

· 12 month salaries are converted to 9 month based on a conversion factor of 81.8%, as per AAUP instructions.

· Prior to Fall 2003, faculty who had appointments in the Clinical series were counted within the category of Lecturer. Effective Fall 2003,
those faculty will be counted according to their Clinical rank within the Professorial series ranks of Professor, Associate, or Assistant.
SOURCE: Adapted from DU reporting for the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) and the American Assoc. of University Professors
(AAUP)

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Male
$83,630
64,781
52,436
53,849
68,376

2002-03
Female
Total
Male
$80,237 $85,809 $90,968
62,121 65,867 69,429
51,550 53,556 56,364
40,093 49,177 49,254
57,495 67,060 74,623

2003-04
Female
Total
Male
$82,324 $89,169 $95,351
64,005 67,267 72,032
55,255 55,838 57,366
40,311 43,824 48,248
60,059 69,128 76,627

2004-05
Female
Total
Male
$86,840 $93,719 $99,682
64,801 69,129 75,413
58,087 57,754 60,356
40,009 43,478 51,719
60,158 70,117 79,750

2005-06
Female
Total
$97,120 $99,166
69,053 72,740
60,490 60,430
48,755 48,755
65,358 73,892

SOURCE: Adapted from DU reporting for the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) and the American Assoc. of University Professors (AAUP)

· Prior to Fall 2003, faculty who had appointments in the Clinical series were counted within the category of Lecturer. Effective Fall 2003, those faculty will be
counted according to their Clinical rank within the Professorial series ranks of Professor, Associate, or Assistant.

· A dash (-) indicates that there is only one or no faculty member in that category.

· 12 month salaries are converted to 9 month based on a conversion factor of 81.8%, as per AAUP instructions.

Professor
Associate
Assistant
Instructor
Lecturer
AVERAGE

2001-02
Female
Total
Male
$76,911 $82,224 $87,214
60,763 63,358 68,072
49,596 50,983 55,516
37,795 47,181 58,528
56,110 64,047 72,545

AVERAGE FACULTY SALARIES BY RANK AND GENDER
2001-02 through 2005-06

FINANCIAL
This section of PROFILES includes various tables that reflect, in several different ways, the
financial situation of the University.
Statement of Activities: Provides detailed financial data regarding the University's unrestricted
operating sources of revenues and types of expenses.
Fringe Benefit Expenditures: Provides detailed financial data regarding the University’s fringe
benefit expenditures for the past five years.
Endowment Fund Summary: A five year summary of the yearly investment performance and gifts
to the University’s endowment.
Sponsored Agreements: Grants and contracts issued to the University for the purpose of sponsored
research and development; instruction, and training.
Voluntary Giving and Alumni Information: Detailed summary of gifts to the University
including sources and distribution.
Please note: Throughout this section (except for the pages on voluntary giving) dollar amounts are
rounded to the nearest thousand and the last three zeros dropped; for example, $1,732,439 would
appear as $1,732. This rounding is indicated at the top of each page with the notation "in thousands"
in the heading.

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SOURCE: Adapted from Audited Financial Statements - Controller's Office

Net unrestricted assets:
Available for operations
Designated gain sharing
Total unrestricted assets

Net increase (decrease) in unrestricted net assets

(3,547)
21,813
$18,266

$764

1,887
24,887
$26,774

$5,434

14,197
210,331

17,280

73,949
16,183
3,781
29,916
8,999
23,203
5,307
161,338
34,796
196,134

910
27,513
669
3,474
4,671
28,443
3,218
200,766
14,999
215,765

FY '02
$170,979
31,574
7,537
131,868

202,473

69,831
15,381
3,131
29,133
8,257
19,529
5,339
150,601
34,592
185,193

Expenses
Educational and general:
Instruction
Research
Public service
Academic support
Student services
Institutional support
Debt service
Total educational & general expenses
Auxiliary enterprises
Total expenses

Transfer among unrestricted net assets

940
24,927
625
3,991
3,886
26,794
3,058
187,253
15,984
203,237

FY '01
$157,793
28,083
6,678
123,032

Private gifts
Grants and contracts (Includes State & Federal Financial Aid)
Endowment income & net appreciation
Other investment income and net appreciation
Sales and services of educational departments
Sales and services of auxiliary enterprises
Other sources
Total revenues and gains
Net assets released from restrictions
Total unrestricted revenues, gains, and other support

Revenues and Gains
Tuition and fees
Less: Institutional financial aid
External financial aid
Net tuition and fees

169
29,989
$30,158

($1,719)

243,592

29,678

73,941
16,300
4,838
32,325
10,561
28,458
8,412
174,835
39,079
213,914

1,318
27,523
657
4,119
5,267
32,642
3,470
215,319
26,554
241,873

FY '03
$184,400
36,369
7,708
140,323

402
32,743
$33,145

$234

249,947

19,037

79,430
20,669
4,377
34,922
11,822
30,300
9,491
191,011
39,899
230,910

1,799
30,104
606
3,198
6,244
34,018
4,017
233,710
16,471
250,181

FY '04
$202,772
41,291
7,757
153,724

723
32,743
$33,466

$321

277,376

29,316

88,694
20,363
4,540
38,370
13,023
31,686
9,511
206,187
41,873
248,060

1,168
29,523
597
4,917
8,098
36,136
3,827
256,672
21,025
277,697

FY '05
$226,148
46,110
7,632
172,406

STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES
REVENUES BY SOURCE & EXPENSES BY FUNCTION
(Unrestricted Operating Net Assets)
FY '01 through FY '05
(in thousands)

0.42%
12.75%
0.31%
1.61%
2.16%
13.18%
1.49%
93.05%
6.95%
100.00%

FY '02
79.24%
14.63%
3.49%
61.12%

0.54%
11.38%
0.27%
1.70%
2.18%
13.50%
1.43%
89.02%
10.98%
100.00%

FY '03
76.24%
15.04%
3.19%
58.02%

0.72%
12.03%
0.24%
1.28%
2.50%
13.60%
1.61%
93.42%
6.58%
100.00%

FY '04
81.05%
16.50%
3.10%
61.45%

37.71%
8.31%
1.69%
15.73%
4.46%
10.55%
2.88%
81.32%
18.68%
100.00%

and General Expenses
37.70%
34.57%
34.40%
8.25%
7.62%
8.95%
1.93%
2.26%
1.90%
15.25%
15.11%
15.12%
4.59%
4.94%
5.12%
11.83%
13.30%
13.12%
2.71%
3.93%
4.11%
82.26%
81.73%
82.72%
17.74%
18.27%
17.28%
100.00% 100.00% 100.00%

Percentage of Total Educational

0.46%
12.26%
0.31%
1.96%
1.91%
13.18%
1.50%
92.14%
7.86%
100.00%

FY '01
77.64%
13.82%
3.29%
60.54%

35.76%
8.21%
1.83%
15.47%
5.25%
12.77%
3.83%
83.12%
16.88%
100.00%

0.42%
10.63%
0.21%
1.77%
2.92%
13.01%
1.38%
92.43%
7.57%
100.00%

FY '05
81.44%
16.60%
2.75%
62.08%

Percentage of Total Revenues and Gains

FRINGE BENEFIT EXPENDITURES, ALL EMPLOYEES
FY '01 through FY '05
(in thousands)

FY'01

FY'02

FY'03

FY'04

FY'05

Retirement Plan Contributions
FICA
Unemployment Compensation
Worker's Compensation
Disability Salaries
Disability Insurance
Health Insurance
Group Life Insurance
Retiree Health Insurance Liability
FASB 106 Retirement Benefits
Tuition Waivers
Student Fee Waivers
Family Leave
Flexible Spending Accounts
Employee Assistance Program
ECO Pass
Benefits Administration
Total Benefit Expenditures

$4,877
6,350
40
467
63
131
3,104
143
0
158
2,913
23
0
0
0
0
257
18,526

$5,352
7,047
123
546
92
165
3,683
197
152
300
3,214
25
110
0
37
40
259
21,342

$5,691
7,247
125
600
114
161
4,519
113
164
103
3,828
17
129
0
37
54
272
23,174

$6,085
7,806
235
664
119
198
4,834
155
154
118
4,008
17
135
0
37
64
289
24,918

$6,418
8,404
164
645
152
220
5,823
132
185
112
4,343
19
130
0
37
67
264
27,115

Less - Amount Recovered from
Research Projects

(1,093)

(1,171)

(1,184)

(1,292)

(1,390)

(122)

(150)

(198)

(152)

(191)

(1,215)

(1,321)

(1,382)

(1,444)

(1,581)

Less - Amount Recovered from
Other Sponsors & Other Funding
Total Amount Recovered
Charged to General Operations
(Including Research Administration &
Restricted Gift & Endowed Accounts)

$17,311

$20,021

$21,792

$23,474

$25,534

SOURCE: Adapted from Year-End Accounting Records - Controller's Office

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ENDOWMENT FUND SUMMARY
FY '01 through FY '05

Beginning market balance, July 1
Additions/(Deletions):
Gain/(Loss) on investments
Restricted gifts
Investment income to endowment
Cash yield over spending formula
Other
Net Change
Market value, June 30

ENDOWMENT YIELD:
Cash Yield
Appreciation
Total return ($)
Total return (%)
Less: rate of inflation *
Real rate of return (%)
ASSET ALLOCATION:
Equities
Fixed income
Real estate
Market value, June 30

FY '01

FY '02

FY '03

FY '04

FY '05

$184,028,099

$165,926,220

$144,746,102

$156,925,018

$177,010,278

(26,427,657)
11,481,477
189,585
(3,345,284)
-

(12,934,866)
7,641,401
172,935
(4,044,216)
(12,015,372)

4,812,430
11,707,049
98,316
(4,317,427)
(121,452)

18,343,764
6,060,726
128,650
(4,405,880)
(42,000)

15,278,928
7,695,368
120,158
(5,054,864)
(622,734)

(18,101,879)

(21,180,118)

12,178,916

20,085,260

17,416,856

$156,925,018

$177,010,278

$194,427,134

$165,926,220

$144,746,102

$4,403,551
(26,427,657)

$2,921,747
(12,934,866)

$4,812,430
3,203,074

$3,423,995
18,343,764

$3,193,161
15,278,928

($22,024,106)

($10,013,119)

$8,015,504

$21,767,759

$18,472,089

-12.00%
3.30%
-15.30%

-6.03%
1.10%
-7.13%

5.54%
2.10%
3.44%

13.87%
3.20%
10.67%

10.44%
2.51%
7.93%

$92,286,387
66,217,325
7,422,508
$165,926,220

$87,874,431
47,495,502
9,376,169
$144,746,102

$78,246,872
65,794,163
12,883,983
$156,925,018

$99,881,887
61,174,573
15,953,818
$177,010,278

$113,767,020
61,130,039
19,530,075
$194,427,134

* Taken from the Consumer Price Index (CPI) - NEW YORK TIMES
SOURCE: Banner Finance - Controller's Office

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SPONSORED AGREEMENTS ACTIVITY
FY '02 through FY '05 (in thousands)
FISCAL YEAR '02
Revenues
Federal
State
Private & Other
Total Revenues
Expenditures
Salaries & Fringes
Equipment
Tuition & Stipends
Other Direct Costs
Indirect Costs
Total Expenditures

Academic
Research

Sponsored
Instruction

Other Sponsored
Agreements

Univ. of Denver
Research Institute

Eleanor Roosevelt
Institute

Total

$7,043
423
1,063
$8,529

$1,234
(10)
120
$1,344

$2,792
192
809
$3,793

$4,418
174
147
$4,739

Merged with
DU in FY '03

$15,487
$779
$2,139
$18,405

$4,663
570
161
1,156
1,979
$8,529

$278
46
791
96
133
$1,344

$1,954
73
3
1,316
447
$3,793

$1,983
179
6
1,218
1,353
$4,739

Merged with
DU in FY '03

$8,878
$868
$961
$3,786
$3,912
$18,405

FISCAL YEAR '03
Revenues
Federal
State
Private & Other
Total Revenues
Expenditures
Salaries & Fringes
Equipment
Tuition & Stipends
Other Direct Costs
Indirect Costs
Total Expenditures

$6,556
385
668
$7,609

$719
(1)
(8)
$710

$3,993
48
736
$4,777

$5,242
3
103
$5,348

$39
0
23
$62

$16,549
435
1,522
$18,506

$4,059
551
96
1,115
1,788
$7,609

$121
3
498
65
23
$710

$2,656
36
18
1,538
529
$4,777

$1,990
4
11
2,038
1,305
$5,348

$38
0
0
10
14
$62

$8,864
594
623
4,766
3,659
$18,506

$7,250
232
1,188
$8,670

$731
0
1
$732

$3,241
268
792
$4,301

$5,916
3
114
$6,033

$998
0
360
$1,358

$18,136
$503
$2,455
$21,094

$4,518
632
202
1,323
1,995
$8,670

$115
0
547
51
19
$732

$2,102
0
520
1,235
444
$4,301

$2,073
23
22
2,452
1,463
$6,033

$538
0
44
495
281
$1,358

$9,346
$655
$1,335
$5,556
$4,202
$21,094

$6,542
162
1,221
$7,925

$768
0
5
$773

$2,887
438
1,104
$4,429

$5,456
14
449
$5,919

$1,119
0
206
$1,325

$16,772
$614
$2,985
$20,371

$4,148
215
252
1,300
2,010
$7,925

$99
0
573
72
29
$773

$2,712
8
5
1,208
496
$4,429

$2,085
11
16
2,498
1,309
$5,919

$476
29
66
381
373
$1,325

$9,520
$263
$912
$5,459
$4,217
$20,371

FISCAL YEAR '04
Revenues
Federal
State
Private & Other
Total Revenues
Expenditures
Salaries & Fringes
Equipment
Tuition & Stipends
Other Direct Costs
Indirect Costs
Total Expenditures

FISCAL YEAR '05
Revenues
Federal
State
Private & Other
Total Revenues
Expenditures
Salaries & Fringes
Equipment
Tuition & Stipends
Other Direct Costs
Indirect Costs
Total Expenditures

SOURCE: Office of Sponsored Programs

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ANALYSIS OF VOLUNTARY GIVING
FY '01 through FY '05

AMOUNT OF SUPPORT
Current Operations
Life income (Face Value)
Capital
TOTAL

FY '01

FY '02

FY '03

FY '04

FY '05

$8,412,491
1,678,639
26,141,878

$9,447,311
1,734,083
17,782,634

$22,394,163
495,840
12,110,990

$12,335,908
519,930
14,799,448

$16,969,046
$100,963
17,554,703

$36,233,008

$28,964,028

$35,000,993

$27,655,286

34,624,712

SOURCES OF SUPPORT
Alumni
Parents
Friends
Corporations
Outright Gifts
Matching Gifts
Foundations
Other Organizations
TOTAL

$8,912,077
1,672,703
16,357,344

$8,619,197
286,741
9,907,324

$15,493,161
511,036
8,811,415

$9,456,233
410,084
4,846,541

$8,926,905
502,923
6,894,422

2,426,650
191,708
6,232,585
439,941
$36,233,008

2,452,798
210,181
7,197,528
290,259
$28,964,028

3,404,005
159,562
6,453,976
167,838
$35,000,993

2,735,816
131,805
9,753,397
321,410
$27,655,286

7,960,112
150,526
10,069,362
120,462
$34,624,712

PURPOSES OF SUPPORT
Academic Programs
Physical Plant
Basic Research
Student Financial Aid
Faculty Compensation
Unrestricted and Other
TOTAL

$3,692,991
15,364,017
177,497
10,035,535
2,749,555
4,213,413
$36,233,008

$2,757,482
12,254,090
1,110,333
6,807,039
325,988
5,709,096
$28,964,028

$9,431,728
8,711,095
321,190
4,949,762
251,484
11,335,734
$35,000,993

$2,117,690
10,906,669
166,274
3,750,706
263,172
10,450,775
$27,655,286

$5,810,540
12,061,527
340,803
9,013,263
195,951
7,202,628
$34,624,712

ALUMNI STATISTICS
Total Living Alumni with Good Address
Number of Alumni Solicited
Number of Alumni Donors
Average Alumni Gift
Total Dollars Raised from Alumni

78,416
60,000
9,922
$1,058
$10,502,373

77,496
75,000
8,242
$1,229
$10,125,727

82,147
71,875
8,649
$1,776
$15,361,161

83,189
72,902
8,866
$1,037
$9,197,264

83,024
73,209
8,376
$1,065
$8,923,105

SOURCE: Compiled from annual reports submitted by University Advancement to the Council for Aid to Education

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ANALYSIS OF VOLUNTARY GIVING
FY '01 through FY '05
DETAIL OF SUPPORT FOR CURRENT OPERATIONS
- This provides further detail regarding the source of gifts for Current Operations

Alumni
Parents
Friends
Corporations
Outright Gifts
Matching Gifts
Foundations
Other Organizations
TOTAL

FY '01
$2,366,548
305,808
1,529,653

FY '02
$2,893,077
247,319
1,999,545

FY '03
$12,416,645
290,701
5,007,616

FY '04
$4,000,152
184,090
2,733,378

FY '05
$5,668,377
268,767
4,638,998

1,524,876
191,708
2,121,639
385,602
$8,425,834

1,754,768
210,181
2,396,079
231,342
$9,732,311

1,984,402
159,562
2,395,149
140,088
$22,394,163

2,735,816
131,805
2,789,424
315,410
$12,890,075

2,597,549
150,526
3,529,367
115,462
$16,969,046

DETAIL OF GENERAL SUPPORT DOLLARS RAISED
- This sub-component of current operations giving reflects funds raised toward the University's annual unrestricted gift goal.
($2.0 million annually for fiscal years 1998 through 2001, $1.2 million annually for fiscal years 2002 through 2004, and $1.33
million for fiscal year 2005).

Alumni
Parents
Friends
Corporations
Foundations
Other Organizations
TOTAL

FY '01
$554,294
95,119
217,465
149,008
248,770
1,012
$1,265,668

FY '02
$465,787
78,421
349,265
79,869
246,309
300
$1,219,951

FY '03
$815,423
94,395
379,841
73,824
154,752
1,575
$1,519,810

FY '04
$380,637
48,911
46,377
40,996
348,864
1,019
$866,804

FY '05
$514,301
44,824
20,997
37,051
1,019,107
1,080
$1,637,360

SOURCE: Compiled from annual reports submitted by University Advancement to the Council for Aid to Education

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MISCELLANEOUS
This section of PROFILES includes these items that do not fit clearly into other sections, but that
provide valuable information about the University.
Employee Statistics: A current view of the University’s non-instructional, full-time and part-time
appointed employees classified by FSLA status.
Penrose Library Holdings: A five-year look at Penrose Library’s holdings.
Physical Facilities: Summary information about University physical facilities that are utilized for
instruction, faculty and administrative offices, research, student affairs, physical plant, athletics and
housing. The facilities included do not represent the total of all property owned or maintained by the
University; Greek houses, rental properties and properties not owned by the University are
referenced only in terms of square footage. Construction projects that are still in process as of June
30, 2005, will be included in the future when they are completed.

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UNIVERSITY OF DENVER
EMPLOYEE STATISTICS (HEADCOUNT)
(as of October 1, 2005)
The following statistics include non-instructional, full-time and part-time appointed employees classified by the Fair Labor
Standards Act (FLSA) regulations regarding exempt and non-exempt classifications. Personnel data for instructional faculty and
Penrose Librarians are included in the Faculty section of PROFILES; research faculty appointments are included in the exempt
"Sponsored Projects" area on this page. Some employees were placed in different categories in 2005 than they were previously so
caution should be used in looking at comparative data from previous years.

Appointed Employees by FLSA Status

Count

Exempt
% of Division

Non-Exempt
Count
% of Division

Division
Total

% of University
Total

Academic Divisions, Academic
Centers & Institutes

332

62.52%

199

37.48%

531

31.93%

Academic Support and Student
Services

127

45.85%

150

54.15%

277

16.66%

Athletics & Recreation

95

90.48%

10

9.52%

105

6.31%

Chancellor and Provost Offices

19

90.48%

2

9.52%

21

1.26%

Communications

24

88.89%

3

11.11%

27

1.62%

Financial Affairs

76

17.39%

361

82.61%

437

26.28%

Intellectual Property & Events

29

87.88%

4

12.12%

33

1.98%

Sponsored Projects

99

76.15%

31

23.85%

130

7.82%

University Advancement

28

65.12%

15

34.88%

43

2.59%

University Technology Services
Total

44
873

74.58%
52.50%

15
790

25.42%
47.50%

59
1,663

3.55%
100.00%

Gender
Total
651
1,012
1,663

% of All Employees
39.15%
60.85%
100.00%

Gender of Appointed Employees by FLSA Status

Male
Female
Total

Count
376
497
873

Exempt
% of Gender
57.76%
49.11%
52.50%

Non-Exempt
Count
% of Gender
275
42.24%
515
50.89%
790
47.50%

Gender of All Domestic Minority Appointed Employees by FLSA Status

Male
Female
Total

Count
37
42
79

Exempt
% of Gender
30.58%
18.67%
22.83%

Non-Exempt
Count
% of Gender
84
69.42%
183
81.33%
267
77.17%

Gender
Total
121
225
346

% of All Domestic
Minority Employees
34.97%
65.03%
100.00%

SOURCE: Banner

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51,894
971,926
11
3,182
2,718
1,029,731
3,051,117

Microfilm
Microfiche
Cartographic
Sound/Video Material
Electronic Discs/CD ROM
Total

TOTAL COLLECTION *

6,607

3,119,897

52,793
995,232
84
4,553
3,224
1,055,886

2,064,011

832,804
0
832,804

993,035
238,172
1,231,207

2000-01

6,706

3,168,225

53,850
1,014,710
159
6,873
3,630
1,079,222

2,089,003

833,906
0
833,906

1,012,304
242,793
1,255,097

2001-02

6,790

3,217,340

55,718
1,031,039
177
8,472
5,440
1,100,846

2,116,494

840,554
0
840,554

1,035,029
240,911
1,275,940

2002-03

6,856

3,264,465

57,772
1,047,437
187
9,455
6,387
1,121,238

2,143,227

846,056
0
846,056

1,057,622
239,549
1,297,171

2003-04

258

46,438

237
3,525
22
1,986
134
5,904

40,534

5,301
0
5,301

28,416
6,817
35,233

Added

7,114

3,299,606

58,004
1,050,961
209
11,441
6,521
1,127,136

2,172,470

850,043
0
850,043

1,080,489
241,938
1,322,427

Total
Holdings

SOURCE: Penrose Library Annual Reports

The "Withdrawn" category represents unneeded duplicates, superseded issues/volumes, or damaged/lost materials removed from the collection over the course of the year.

0

11,297

5
1
0
0
0
6

11,291

1,314
0
1,314

5,549
4,428
9,977

2004-05
Withdrawn

Notes:
* Total Collection does not include Special Collections/Archives with 18,877 linear feet of manuscript material and 115,795 photographs and slides.
** Current Serial Titles include print/microfilm subscriptions, print & online serials and online-only serials.`
** Current Serial Titles exclude U.S. Government Serial Publications
The Westminster Law Library Holdings are not included on this page.

6,283

2,021,386

TOTAL VOLUMES

Current Serial Titles **

818,048
0
818,048

970,973
232,365
1,203,338

Documents
Curriculum Materials
Total Other Volumes

Books
Periodicals, Bound
Total Cataloged Volumes

1999-00

UNIVERSITY OF DENVER PENROSE LIBRARY HOLDINGS
1999-00 through 2004-05

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SOURCE: Controller's Office

Total Academic Buildings

1949
1949
1955
1957
1958
1960
1961
1961
1972
1960
1965
1965

2040 E. Evans Ave.
2140 S. Race St.
2135 E. Wesley Ave.
2200 S. Josephine St.
2360 S. Gaylord St.
2050 E. Iliff Ave.
2490 S. Gaylord St.
2450 S. Gaylord St.
2460 S. Vine St.
1981 S. University Blvd.
2390 S. York St.
2408 S. Gaylord St.

Transition Buildings
Columbine Hall
Pioneer Hall
Wesley Hall
International House
John Greene Hall
Boettcher Center
Mass Communications Building
Metallurgy Laboratory
Ammi Hyde Building
Multi-Cultural Center
Clarence M. Knudson Hall
Physics House

1997
1999
2000
2002
2003
2004
1890
1928
1949
1949
1958
1965
1966
1966
1972
1978
1982
1984
1984
1991

2190 E. Iliff Ave.
2101 S. University Blvd.
1899 E. Evans Ave.
2344 E. Iliff Ave.
2255 E. Evans Ave.
1901 E. Asbury Ave.

Legacy Buildings
Chamberlain Observatory
2930 E. Warren Ave.
Margery Reed Hall
2300 E. Evans Ave.
Frontier Hall
2155 S. Race St.
Spruce Hall (prior to Craig Hall renovation) 2144-48 S. High St.
English Language Center
1958 S. Josephine St.
Ben M. Cherrington Hall
2201 S. Gaylord St.
Physics Building
2112 E. Wesley Ave.
Sturm Hall
2000 E. Asbury Ave.
Penrose Library
2150 E. Evans Ave.
Shwayder Art Building
2121 E. Asbury Ave.
Seeley G. Mudd Building
2101 E. Wesley Ave.
Driscoll Center - North
2055 E. Evans Ave.
Driscoll Center - South
2050 E. Evans Ave.
Ricks Center for Gifted Children
2040 S. York St.

Academic Buildings
Millennium Standard Buildings
F.W. Olin Hall
Daniels College of Business
Fisher Early Learning Center
Newman Performing Arts Center
Sturm College of Law
Chambers Center

Address

Date
Built

-

1991
2005
1997
2002
2001
1997

-

Major
Renovation

1,615,823

35,026
35,026
8,352
15,306
20,466
65,671
8,160
17,766
25,680
3,325
20,673
2,226

6,339
33,547
43,920
36,386
9,860
30,308
43,259
172,460
152,595
46,456
64,770
64,671
46,972
30,225

41,000
110,536
18,013
181,298
193,370
32,161

Gross
Square Feet

Major renovation dates are shown for all buildings with renovations greater than $1 million since 1990.

560,306

12,112
9,375
3,190
5,708
6,946
21,999
2,602
4,692
10,043
1,476
6,925
727

2,387
12,746
19,237
16,124
3,892
12,779
18,037
89,133
23,699
16,933
22,544
28,520
18,200
5,734

15,065
41,340
6,503
41,734
69,487
10,417

Structural/
Operations

741,564

10,858
11,434
3,197
5,392
10,184
24,815
4,670
7,051
8,998
996
10,052
510

1,393
19,803
12,170
20,262
5,968
8,804
6,517
63,657
122,762
24,543
14,751
1,316
24,491

22,263
46,054
7,442
125,608
102,975
12,628

Instruction

95,549

3,223
4,080
813
854
16,519
5,362
963
242
778
773

10,059
320
16,375
1,209
295
26,813
865
-

590
3,800
553
1,063

Sponsored
Programs

95,292

1,406
741
1,152
2,613
2,482
2,296
788
661
4,590
2,918
87

998
2,083
3,323
1,488
14,187
907
480
1,902
2,735
-

3,035
16,878
268
13,956
11,915
1,403

Academic
Support

20,161

565
1,086
611
-

2,118
8,972
-

3,600
3,209
-

Student
Services

FY 05 Space Utilization in Square Feet

Buildings are organized by type of primary activity, classification, date of construction, building name and address. The University classifies its buildings as follows:
Millennium Standard Buildings - Buildings built since 1995 according to new standards
Legacy Buildings - Buildings over 10 years old in which the University will continue to invest
Transition Buildings - All other buildings

PHYSICAL FACILITIES - as of June 30, 2005

8,351

-

-

2,463
4,885
1,003
-

-

Institutional
Support

94,600

7,427
9,396
1,028
42
100
129

2,559
371
2,964
842
1,811
954
4,073
182
34,249
13,881
-

47
2,664
5,231
6,650

Other
Activities

UNIVERSITY OF DENVER - PROFILES 2005-2006
84

2199 S. University Blvd.
2199 S. University Blvd.
2211 S. Josephine St.
2467 S. Vine St.

2333 S. York St.
2335 S. York St.
2400 S. Gaylord St.
2190 S. High St.

Legacy Buildings
University Hall
Mary Reed Building
University College - Josephine
Purchasing / Mail Services

Transition Buildings
E-3 Storage
Newman Bungalow
Campus Safety / Risk Management
Mary-Mac Building

2280 S. Vine St.
2280 S. Race St.
1901 E. Iliff Ave.
1870 S. High St.
1770 S. Williams St.

2185 S. Vine St.
2369 S. Gaylord St.
1861 S. University Blvd.
1871 S. University Blvd.
1930 S. York St.

Legacy Buildings
Aspen Hall
Hilltop Hall
Johnson-McFarlane Hall
Centennial Halls
Centennial Towers

Transition Buildings
Skyline Hall
Cavalier Apartments
University Apartments - North
University Apartments - South
La Chateau Apartments

SOURCE: Controller's Office

Total Residence

2222 S. High St.

2200 E. Jewell Ave.
2001 E. Asbury Ave.
2001 E. Jewel Ave.

Residence Buildings
Millennium Standard Buildings
Nelson Hall

Total Athletic and Fitness

Daniel L. Ritchie Center for Sports &
Wellness
Stapleton Tennis Pavilion
Barton Lacrosse Stadium

Athletic and Fitness Facilities (all Millennium Buildings)

Total Administration Buildings

2400 S. Race St.
2100 S. High St.

Administration Buildings
Millennium Standard Buildings
Facilities Service Center
UTS Building

Address

1949
1960
1961
1961
1962

1949
1949
1957
1961
1963

2002

2000
1998
2005

1945
1945
1965
1968

1892
1931
1962
1978

1995
2004

Date
Built

-

1995
1995

-

-

-

1997
-

-

Major
Renovation

794,280

35,026
17,180
25,690
20,037
29,732

35,026
35,026
100,071
171,515
170,382

154,595

476,533

440,000
3,025
33,508

215,484

13,969
2,146
3,338
10,935

42,371
77,293
12,804
7,584

23,781
21,263

Gross
Square Feet

258,781

11,528
1,718
2,570
2,010
2,975

10,376
10,376
33,914
62,570
60,325

60,419

246,107

220,000
976
25,131

77,853

5,283
727
877
3,320

19,714
25,243
4,318
2,028

5,373
10,970

Structural/
Operations

1,126

651
-

-

475

0

-

19,675

-

711
14,311
4,653
-

-

Instruction

413

413
-

-

-

0

-

3,944

-

327
3,285
332
-

-

Sponsored
Programs

60

60
-

-

-

0

-

7,128

-

5,005
2,123
-

-

Academic
Support

30,763

-

1,088
1,088
4,164
18,951
5,472

-

386

386
-

10,870

-

5,662
3,830
1,378
-

-

Student
Services

FY 05 Space Utilization in Square Feet

0

-

-

-

0

-

81,371

8,686
2,461
-

10,952
25,015
5,556

18,408
10,293

Institutional
Support

503,137

22,374
15,462
23,120
18,027
26,757

23,562
23,562
61,993
89,994
104,585

93,701

230,040

219,614
2,049
8,377

14,643

1,419
7,615

5,609
-

-

Other
Activities

UNIVERSITY OF DENVER - PROFILES 2005-2006
85

2001 E. Asbury Ave.
High St. & Buchtel Blvd.
2101 S. University Blvd.
2201 S. Gaylord St.
2298 S. High St.
Wesley & University
Asbury & York

1998
1999
1999
2001
2002
2002
2003

1997
1930
1969
1997

1923
1965

1878
1905
1917
1932
1996

-

-

-

-

Major
Renovation

4,144,340

892,332

40,575
189,600
49,485
120,020
82,272
155,065
255,315

73,521

2,110
7,373
53,850
10,188

76,367

7,237
6,820

2,206
3,918
200
52,388
3,598

Gross
Square Feet

2,082,711

892,332

40,575
189,600
49,485
120,020
82,272
155,065
255,315

25,235

342
1,028
19,169
4,696

22,097

1,594

750
1,257
17,631
865

Structural/
Operations

770,478

0

-

8,113

1,768
6,345
-

0

-

-

Instruction

134,476

SOURCE: Controller's Office

0

-

34,570

29,078
5,492

0

-

-

Sponsored
Programs

102,480

0

-

0

-

0

-

-

Academic
Support

62,180

0

-

0

-

0

-

-

Student
Services

FY 05 Space Utilization in Square Feet

Gross square footage shown for buildings is the "as-built" gross square footage from architects' records.
Structural/Operations square footage includes structural components, maintenance and custodial areas, restrooms and common hallways and stairwells.
Other Activities include alumni activities, athletics, auxiliary retail operations, non-DU tenants, residence operations, and University advancement operations.

TOTAL UNIVERSITY

Total Parking

Parking Structures and Garages
Tennis Parking Structure
Buchtel Parking Structure
Daniels Parking Garage
Cherrington Parking Structure
Nelson Parking Garage
Newman Parking Structure
Law Parking Garage

Total Off-Campus

Myer-Womble Observatory (High Alt Lab)
Echo Lake Station
Eleanor Roosevelt Institute
East Range Test Facility

Off-Campus Facilities
Mt. Evans - Millennium
Building
Mt. Evans
1899 Gaylord St.
36001 E. Quincy Ave.

515 Race St.
2420 S. University Blvd.

Transition Buildings
Chancellor's Residence
Unassigned

Total Miscellaneous Buildings

2200 S. Race St.
2100 S. Columbine St.
2250 E. Evans Ave.
3300 Belcaro Drive
2000 S. Gaylord St.

Miscellaneous Buildings
Legacy Buildings
Evans Memorial Chapel
Buchtel House
Buchtel Tower
Phipps Conference Center
Leo Block Alumni House

Address

Date
Built

89,722

0

-

0

-

0

-

-

Institutional
Support

902,293

0

-

5,603

5,603
-

54,270

7,237
5,226

1,456
2,661
200
34,757
2,733

Other
Activities

UNIVERSITY OF DENVER - PROFILES 2005-2006
86

2,082,711

770,478

134,476

102,480

62,180

89,722

Student Institutional
Services
Support
7,195
28,701
52,723
49,874
2,262
11,147
-

FY 05 Space Utilization in Square Feet
Structural/
Sponsored Academic
Operations Instruction Programs Support
507,757
319,213
6,006
47,455
539,332
346,112
59,880
35,231
143,290
105,153
68,590
19,794
892,332
-

SOURCE: Controller's Office

902,293

Other
Activities
338,333
412,998
150,962
-

* Rental properties, Greek houses and non-DU property (i.e. the Cable Center) are not considered part of main operations for this report. However, these properties are
maintained as part of the University's facilities and maintenance operations.

30.5 years

$ 951,960,652

Total replacement value of facilities as of 6/30/2005

Age: weighted average by square foot

4,504,407

360,067

4,144,340

Total gross square footage maintained by University *

Rental properties, Greek houses and other non DU property *

Total University

Millennium Standard Buildings
Legacy Buildings
Transition Buildings
Parking Structures and Garages

Gross
Square Feet
1,254,660
1,496,150
501,198
892,332

The University classifies its buildings as follows:
Millennium Standard Buildings - Buildings built since 1995 according to new standards
Legacy Buildings - Buildings over 10 years old in which the University will continue to invest
Transition Buildings - All other buildings

PHYSICAL FACILITIES - as of June 30, 2005
Square Footage and Replacement Value

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