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The East Carolina University Fact Book is an annual publication that provides a ready source of information
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History Of East Carolina University

Chartered by the North Carolina General Assembly on             in North Carolina, by...
Enrollment History

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Memberships and Accreditations
East Carolina University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Associ...
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Board Of Trustees
Robert A. Ward -- Chairman                         Valeria O. Lovelace
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W. Roger Biles, Chair                          History
Robert L. Bernhardt, Chair                     Mathe...
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DoriAnn Finley, Chair                              Nutrition & Hospitality Management
Nancy Lee, Acting Dir...
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Harold P. Jones, Dean                          School of Allied Health Sciences
Kevin F. O'Brien, Associate...
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James L. Lanier, Vice Chancellor                 Institutional Advan...
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  1. 1. PREFACE The East Carolina University Fact Book is an annual publication that provides a ready source of information to answer frequently asked questions about the University and its operations. It contains a broad spectrum of information about the past and present, and its primary purposes are to promote organizational understanding and to inform decision making. Some of the information presented in this annual edition is taken from administrative reports produced by various university offices. This 1995-96 version contains many tables and graphs which will be helpful to administrators, faculty, staff, students, alumni, and other university constituents. The Office of Planning and Institutional Research, in its on-going effort to provide timely management information, will continue refining this document each year and welcomes your comments and suggestions for improvement. Highlights > The University enrolled 17,445 students in the Fall semester. > Eighty-six percent of all students are residents of North Carolina. > Minority students represent 12.3 percent of the University’s enrollment. > Women are a majority at the University, accounting for 58 percent of the enrollment. > The average SAT score for Fall 1994 first-time freshmen is 913. > ECU granted 3,279 degrees during the 1993-94 academic year. > Twenty-five percent of all students live in university housing. > ECU employs a total work force of 3,601. > 1,143 faculty were employed during the Fall 1994 semester. > The average 9-month faculty salary is $45,768. > Fifty percent of the faculty are tenured. > Thirty-four percent of the faculty are women. > The University’s total revenue in 1993-94 was $274,486,007. Fact Book Contributors: Robert J. Thompson, Director N. Renee Jarvis and Charles F. (Skip) Kirby Jr., Fact Book Coordinators Meredith H. Kiesnowski, Claudia McCann, Gwen Turnage
  2. 2. FACT BOOK EVALUATION 1995 - 96 We would like to continue to improve the East Carolina University Fact Book and need your sugges- tions and comments. Please assist us by completing the following evaluation and returning it to: Office of Planning and Institutional Research East Carolina University 207 Spilman Greenville, NC 27858-4353 Attention: N. Renee Jarvis Phone: (919) 328-6288 E-Mail: irjarvis@ecuvm.cis.ecu.edu Your Name: (Optional) ____________________________________________________________ Address or Location: _____________________________________________________________ 1. Describe any information that you think should be added or expanded in next year's Fact Book: ________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ 2. Give the page number and description of any information that you think could be clarified or eliminated: ___________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ 3. Other comments:______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ Thank you for your assistance.
  3. 3. Table of Contents Page HISTORY OF EAST CAROLINA UNIVERSITY ...............................................................1 ENROLLMENT HISTORY ............................................................................................2 MEMBERSHIPS AND ACCREDITATIONS ......................................................................3 UNIVERSITY CALENDAR ............................................................................................4 ADMINISTRATION Organizational Charts ........................................................................................... 7-14 Board of Trustees .................................................................................................. 15 Administration ................................................................................................... 15-19 STUDENTS Highlights ............................................................................................................. 21 Enrollment Summary, Fall 1995 ................................................................................. 23 First-time Freshman Average SAT Scores by Residence Status, Fall 1991-1995 ................... 24 First-time Freshman SAT Scores Admitted & Enrolled Students, Fall 1995 ........................... 25 First-time Freshman SAT Scores, Fall 1994 & 1995 ........................................................ 26 First-time Freshman High School Class Rank, Fall 1991-1995 ............................................ 27 First-time Freshman Enrollment by County, Fall 1995 ..................................................... 28 First-time Freshman Enrollment by State, Fall 1995 ........................................................ 29 First-time Freshman Graduation Rates for Entry Year 1988 ............................................. 30 Gender & Ethnic Distribution of Entering & Graduating 1988 First-Time Freshman ................. 31 New Undergraduate Transfer Students, Sending Institutions, Fall 1991-1995 ....................... 32 Enrollment Headcount & Full-time Equivalent, Fall 1991-1995 ............................................ 33 Enrollment by Level & Status, Fall 1985-1995 ............................................................... 34 Enrollment by Gender & Status, Fall 1991-1995 ........................................................... 35 Enrollment by Residence & Status, Fall 1991-1995 ......................................................... 36 Enrollment by Classification, Status, & Gender, Fall 1995 ................................................. 37 Enrollment by Residence & Classification, Fall 1995 ........................................................ 38 Enrollment History by Level & Gender, Fall 1990-1995 .................................................... 39 Enrollment History by Level & Residence, Fall 1990-1995 ................................................ 40 Enrollment by Level, Status, & Ethnicity, Fall 1995 ......................................................... 41 Enrollment by County, Fall 1995 ................................................................................ 42 Enrollment by State, Fall 1995 ................................................................................... 43 Undergraduate Enrollment by Age, Fall 1991-1995 ......................................................... 44 Graduate Enrollment by Age, Fall 1991-1995 ................................................................ 45 Undergraduate Enrollment by Unit & Major, Fall 1991-1995 ......................................... 46-47 Graduate Level Enrollment by Unit & Major, Fall 1991-1995 ......................................... 48-49 Undergraduate Enrollment by Unit, Status, Major, & Gender, Fall 1995 .......................... 50-51 Graduate Level Enrollment by Unit, Status, Major, & Gender, Fall 1995 .......................... 52-53 Undergraduate Enrollment by Unit, Major, & Ethnicity, Fall 1995 ................................... 54-55 Graduate Level Enrollment by Unit, Major, & Ethnicity, Fall 1995 ................................... 56-57 Enrollment by Ethnicity, Fall 1992-1995 ....................................................................... 58 Enrollment by Term, Level, & Residency, Spring 1995 - Fall 1995 ..................................... 59 Undergraduate GPAs by Classification & Gender, Fall 1991-1995 ....................................... 60
  4. 4. Table of Contents Page Undergraduate GPAs by Unit, Gender, & Classification, Fall 1995 ................................61-63 Weekly Student Credit Hours Produced by Units, Fall 1994 & 1995 .................................. 64 Weekly Student Contact Hours Produced by Units, Fall 1994 & 1995 ................................ 65 Off-Campus Continuing Education Enrollment, Fall 1991-1995 ........................................ 66 Headcount Enrollment, University of North Carolina Public Institutions, Fall 1991-1995 ................................................................................................. 67 Student Housing, Fall 1995 ...................................................................................... 68 DEGREES Highlights ............................................................................................................. 69 Academic Degree Program Inventory, Academic Year 1995-96 .................................... 71-75 Degrees Conferred, Academic Years 1990-91 through 1994-95 ........................................ 76 Degrees Conferred by Unit, Level, & Gender, Academic Year 1994-95 .............................. 77 Degrees Conferred, Percent Distribution by Unit and Level, Academic Year 1994-95 ............. 78 Degrees Conferred by Level, Ethnicity, & Gender, Academic Year 1990-91 through 1994-95 ................................................................................... 79 Degrees Conferred by Unit, Major, Level, & Gender, Academic Year 1994-95 ................. 80-82 Undergraduate Degrees Conferred by Unit, Major, & Ethnicity, Academic Year 1994-95 ............................................................................................... 83-85 Graduate Level Degrees Conferred by Unit, Major, & Ethnicity, Academic Year 1994-95 ............................................................................................... 86-87 FACULTY AND STAFF Highlights ............................................................................................................. 89 Full- & Part-Time Faculty by Rank & Gender, Fall 1995 ................................................... 91 Full- & Part-Time Faculty by Ethnicity, Fall 1995 ............................................................ 92 Full- & Part-Time Faculty by Age, Fall 1993-1995 .......................................................... 93 Full- & Part-Time Faculty Average Age by Rank & Gender, Fall 1995 ................................. 94 Full- & Part-Time Faculty by Years of Service, Fall 1993-1995 .......................................... 95 Full- & Part-Time Faculty Average Years of Service by Rank & Gender, Fall 1995 ................. 96 Full- & Part-Time Faculty by Unit & Tenure Status, Fall 1995 ........................................... 97 Faculty FTE by Unit, Gender, & Status, Fall 1995 .......................................................... 98 Longitudinal Profile of Faculty Tenure Status (SOM excluded), Fall 1988-1995 ...................... 99 Longitudinal Profile of Faculty Tenure Status (All ECU Units), Fall 1988-1995 ...................... 100 Tenure Status of Permanent & Temporary Faculty by Unit, Fall 1995 .........................101-103 Average Salaries of 9/10 Month AAUP Faculty by Gender & Rank, Fall 1991-1993 .............. 104 Average Salaries of 11/12 Month AAUP Faculty by Gender & Rank, Fall 1991-1995 ............ 105 Full- & Part-Time Faculty Salaries (SOM Excluded) by Rank & Gender Fall 1995 ................. 106 Full- & Part-Time School of Medicine Faculty Salaries, Fall 1995 ....................................... 107 Full- & Part-Time University Personnel by Occupational Category & Gender Fall 1991-1995 ................................................................................................ 108 Full- & Part-Time University Personnel by Occupational Category, Gender, & Ethnicity, Fall 1995 ........................................................................................... 109
  5. 5. Table of Contents Page FINANCES Highlights ........................................................................................................... 111 Current Fund Revenues by Source, Fiscal Year 1994-95 ............................................... 113 Current Fund Expenditures by Function, Fiscal Year 1994-95 ......................................... 114 Research Grants and Contracts, Restricted Current Fund, Fiscal Years 1991-1995 .............. 115 STUDENT FEES AND FINANCIAL AID Highlights ........................................................................................................... 117 Tuition and Fees, Semester Rates, Academic Year 1995-96 .......................................... 119 Changes in Tuition and Fees, Academic Years 1986-87 through 1995-96 ......................... 120 Student Financial Aid Received, Fiscal Years 1992-93 through 1994-95 ............................. 121 INFORMATION RESOURCES Highlights ........................................................................................................... 123 Library Resources, Fall 1991-1995 ............................................................................ 125 Computer Network Connections by Administrative & Academic Use, Fiscal Years 1991-1995 ..................................................................................... 126 Facilities, Fall 1995 ................................................................................................ 127
  6. 6. History Of East Carolina University Chartered by the North Carolina General Assembly on in North Carolina, by 1960 it had become the state's third March 8, 1907, the institution has moved in a rapid and largest institution of higher learning. orderly transition from a two-year normal school to a four-year college to a major comprehensive university During the expansion of the sixties East Carolina was whose outreach now transcends its regional origins. reorganized to reflect the structure of a comprehensive university. In addition to the College of Arts and Sci- On October 5, 1909, East Carolina Teachers Training ences, the Graduate School, and the General College, School began its first regular session; during that year seven professional schools were established. In 1967 174 men and women students were enrolled. The first the General Assembly authorized university status. class to graduate from the two-year normal curriculum Thereafter East Carolina University continued its aca- received its diplomas on June 6, 1911. demic advancement and extended its services to ad- dress regional and national challenges. The institution was authorized by the General Assembly in 1920 to institute a four-year teacher education cur- In 1971 the General Assembly restructured public riculum and to confer the baccalaureate degree upon its higher education in North Carolina, making the Univer- graduates. The Board of Trustees proposed in 1921 sity a constituent member of the University of North that the name be changed. Carolina. The charter class of the four-year medical school enrolled in 1977. In 1979 the University was East Carolina Teachers College was authorized in 1929 authorized to develop five Ph.D. programs in sciences to initiate graduate programs, and it conferred the first basic to medicine. East Carolina University awarded its Master of Arts degree in 1933. The college was charged first Ph.D. degree in 1983. in 1941 to plan for a liberal arts program. The University presently consists of seventeen depart- To reflect the institution's expanding academic commit- ments within the College of Arts and Sciences, eleven ments, in 1951 the name was changed to East Carolina professional schools, the General College, the Gradu- College. As the fastest growing educational institution ate School, and the Division of Continuing Education. Prepared by Mary Jo Bratton, Professor of History College/School and Date Established School of Business 1960 School of Allied Health Sciences 1967 School of Nursing 1960 School of Human Environmental Sciences 1968 School of Music 1962 General College 1969 School of Art 1962 School of Industry & Technology 1971 School of Education 1963 School of Medicine 1976 Graduate School 1964 School of Social Work 1986 College of Arts & Sciences 1964 School of Health & Human Performance 1993 1
  7. 7. Enrollment History Student Population 18,000 16,000 14,000 12,000 10,000 8,000 6,000 4,000 2,000 0 1912 1916 1920 1924 1928 1932 1936 1940 1944 1948 1952 1956 1960 1964 1968 1972 1976 1980 1984 1988 1992 Fall Fall Fall Year Enrollment Year Enrollment Year Enrollment 1909 174 1938 1,269 1967 9,360 1910 227 1939 1,289 1968 9,272 1911 235 1940 1,296 1969 9,258 1912 252 1941 1,339 1970 10,007 1913 251 1942 1,064 1971 10,106 1914 295 1943 980 1972 10,286 1915 295 1944 953 1973 10,068 1916 307 1945 1,049 1974 11,341 1917 325 1946 1,382 1975 11,725 1918 278 1947 1,549 1976 11,696 1919 285 1948 1,511 1977 11,968 1920 381 1949 1,858 1978 12,476 1921 317 1950 2,075 1979 12,874 1922 395 1951 2,123 1980 13,165 1923 516 1952 2,280 1981 13,264 1924 593 1953 2,454 1982 13,311 1925 709 1954 2,878 1983 13,357 1926 736 1955 3,315 1984 13,826 1927 767 1956 3,693 1985 14,117 1928 976 1957 3,947 1986 14,459 1929 952 1958 4,179 1987 14,878 1930 984 1959 4,583 1988 15,579 1931 972 1960 4,178 1989 16,029 1932 970 1961 5,883 1990 16,500 1933 1,013 1962 6,306 1991 16,690 1934 1,096 1963 6,570 1992 17,757 1935 1,134 1964 7,318 1993 17,729 1936 1,142 1965 8,667 1994 17,567 1937 1,204 1966 8,834 1995 17,445 Source: East Carolina College Bulletin (History subsection) and Planning & Institutional Research data files 2
  8. 8. Memberships and Accreditations East Carolina University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award bachelor's, master's, PhD degrees, and the EdD degree. Accreditation Council on Continuing Medical Education International Association of Performing Arts Administrators Administration of Accounting Programs Group, American International Technology Education Association Accounting Association Intrafilm American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business Liaison Committee on Medical Education American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences American Association of Colleges of Nursing National Association for Business Teacher Education American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education National Association of Campus Activities American Chemical Society National Association of College and University Business American Council for Construction Education Officers American Council of Learned Societies National Association of College and University Food Services American Dietetic Association National Association of College Law Enforcement Officers American Health Information Management Association, in National Association for the Education of Young Children cooperation with the Committee on Allied Health National Association of Foreign Student Advisors Education and Accreditation of the American Medical Association National Association of Industrial Technology American Historical Association National Association of Music Therapy Inc. American Home Economics Association National Association of Schools of Art and Design American Occupational Therapy Association in Cooperation National Association of Schools of Music with the Committee on Allied Health Education and National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators Accreditation of the American Medical Association National Association of Student Personnel Administrators American Philosophical Association National Collegiate Honors Council American Physical Therapy Association National Commission for Cooperative Education American Society of Allied Health Professions National Council for Accreditation of Environmental Health American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Curricula Arts Advocates of North Carolina National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education Association of Academic Health Centers National Environmental Health Association Association of American Colleges National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association Association of American Medical Colleges National Kitchen and Bath Association Association for the Care of Children's Health National League for Nursing Association of College Unions-International National Orientation Directors Association Association of College and University Housing Officers- National Recreation and Parks Association/American Associa- International tion for Leisure and Recreation Council on Accreditation Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning National University Continuing Education Association Association for Continuing Higher Education North Carolina Alliance of Allied Health Professions Association of Performing Arts Presenters North Carolina Association of Colleges and Universities Association of Student Judicial Affairs Officers North Carolina Board of Nursing Box Office Management International North Carolina Department of Justice, Criminal Justice College Placement Council Standards Division Cooperative Education Association, Inc. Southern Association of College and University Business Council for the Advancement and Support of Education Officers Council of Graduate Schools in the United States Southern College Placement Association Council on Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Education Southern Conference of Graduate Schools Council on Postsecondary Accreditation Southern Council on Collegiate Education in Nursing Council on Rehabilitation Education Other organizations in individual disciplines Council on Social Work Education International Association of Counseling Services Approved for Teacher Certification by the North Carolina State Board of Education Source: Academic Affairs 3
  9. 9. University Calendar SUMMER SCHOOL 1995 FALL SEMESTER 1995 First Term August 21 Mon Faculty Meetings May 15 Mon Registration August 22 Tues Registration May 16 Tues Classes Begin August 23 Wed Classes Begin June 19 Mon Classes End September 4 Mon State Holiday June 20 Tues Final Exams October 26-29 Fall Break November 20-26 Thanksgiving Break Second Term November 27 Mon Classes Resume June 21 Wed Registration December 8 Fri Classes End June 22 Thur Classes Begin December 9 Sat Commencement July 27 Thur Classes End December 11 Mon Exams Begin July 28 Fri Final Exams December 16 Sat Exams End SPRING SEMESTER 1996 SUMMER SCHOOL 1996 January 4 Thur Registration First Term January 5 Fri Classes Begin May 13 Mon Registration January 15 Mon State Holiday May 14 Tues Classes Begin March 3-10 Spring Break June 17 Mon Classes End March 11 Mon Classes Resume June 18 Tues Final Exams April 5 Fri State Holiday April 22 Mon Classes End Second Term April 24 Wed Exams Begin June 19 Wed Registration May 1 Wed Exams End June 20 Thur Classes Begin May 4 Sat Commencement July 4 Thur State Holiday July 25 Thur Classes End July 26 Fri Final Exams FALL SEMESTER 1996 SPRING SEMESTER 1997 August 19 Mon Faculty Meetings January 10 Fri Registration August 20 Tues Registration January 13 Mon Classes Begin August 21 Wed Classes Begin January 20 Mon State Holiday September 2 Mon State Holiday March 9-16 Sun/Sun Spring Break October 10-13 Fall Break March 17 Mon Classes Resume Nov. 27-Dec. 1 Thanksgiving Break March 28 Fri State Holiday December 2 Mon Classes Resume April 29 Tues Classes End December 7 Sat Classes End May 1 Thur Exams Begin December 7 Sat Commencement May 8 Thur Exams End December 9 Mon Exams Begin May 10 Sat Commencement December 14 Sat Exams End Source: East Carolina University Bulletin 1994-1996, published by Academic Affairs 4
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  12. 12. Organization Chart BOARD OF GOVERNORS The University of East Carolina University North Carolina PRESIDENT The University of North Carolina CHANCELLOR East Carolina University BOARD OF TRUSTEES East Carolina University Executive Planning and Office of University Equal Opportunity Aheis tltc Internal Audit Assistant Institutional Research Attorney Programs University Publications News & Communication Services 7 Business Affairs Research/ Isiuinl ntttoa Health Sciences Academic Affairs Student Life Graduate Studies Advancement Academic School of Health & School of Allied Library Services Human Performance Health Sciences School of Human Health Sciences School of Art Environmental Sciences Library College of School of Industry School of Medicine Arts & Sciences & Technology School of Business School of Music School of Nursing Continuing Education School of Social Work & Summer School School of Education Undergraduate Studies November, 1995
  13. 13. Organization Chart Academic Affairs Academic Affairs BB&T Center for International Programs Leadership Development ** SACS Self-Study Associate Vice Chancellor Admissions Diving Safety Honors Program Registrar Academic Library Services Undergraduate Studies Continuing Education & Summer School Cooperative General University Education College College 8 College of Arts & School of Education/ School of Health & School of Human School of Industry & School of Art School of Business Environmental School of Music School of Social Work Sciences Teacher Education Human Performance Sciences Technology Accounting Anthropology Mathematics Business, Vocational, Health Education Apparel, Aerospace Basic Studies Criminal Justice & Technical Education Merchandising, & Studies Biology Philosophy Human Performance Instrumental Social Work Bureau of Business Interior Design Research * Chemistry Physics Counselor & Adult Laboratory Construction Education Child Management Keyboard Decision Sciences Communication Political Science Recreation and Development & Educational Leadership Leisure Studies Family Relations Industrial Music Education Economics Psychology Finance Technology English Elementary & Middle Exercise and Sport Nutrition & Hospitality Voice Sociology Management Grades Education Science Management Military Foreign Languages Theatre Arts Science & Literatures Foundations and Research Marketing Geography Science Institute Library Studies and Planning for the Disabled** Educational Technology Geology Women's Studies Science Education History Science/Math Education LEGEND Institute for Historical Center *Research Unit & Cultural Research* Special Education **Public Service Unit Rural Education Institute** November, 1995
  14. 14. Organization Chart Research/Graduate Studies Research/ Graduate Studies 9 Center on Aging* Graduate School Institute for Coastal & Marine Office of Sponsored Programs Technology Transfer Resources* LEGEND * Research Unit November, 1995
  15. 15. Organization Chart Health Sciences Health Sciences EAHEC Development & Alumni Center for Health Sciences Center for Health Services Center for Health Sciences Academic Support & Administration Affairs Communications Research & Development Biostatistics Counseling Center Medical Center News & Information School of Allied School of Medicine School of Nursing Health Sciences Health Sciences Library 10 Biostatistics Admissions Anatomy & Cell Obstetrics & Academic Services Acquisitions/Cataloging Biology Gynecology Clinical Laboratory Science Adult Health Nursing Audiovisuals & Informatics Business Affairs Anesthesiology Pathology & Communication Sciences and Laboratory Medicine Community, Mental Collection Access Disorders Clinical Services Biochemistry Health Nursing, & Nursing Pediatrics Services Administration Computing & Information Community Health Continuing Medical Comparative Technology Education Medicine Pharmacology Parent - Child Nursing Environmental Health Education Graduate Medical Emergency Physical Medicine Research & Evaluation Health Information Medicine Education & Rehabilitation Outreach Services Management Informatics Family Medicine Physiology Reference Occupational Therapy Medical Faculty Medical Humanities Psychiatric Medicine Serials Physical Therapy Practice Plan Radiation Oncology Physician Assistant Studies Research & Medicine Graduate Studies Radiology Rehabilitation Studies Student Affairs Microbiology & Surgery Immunology November, 1995
  16. 16. Organization Chart Business Affairs Business Affairs Treasurer: ECU Foundation ECU Educational Foundation ECU Alumni Foundation Assistant Associate Assistant University Budget Environmental Comptroller Computing and Systems Vice Chancellor Vice Chancellor Vice Chancellor for Office Health & Safety Information Systems Coordination for Facilities Business Affairs Human Resources Facility Planning, Design & Hazardous Waste Accounting Personnel Academic Construction Student Fund Acct. Computing Architectural Industrial Hygiene Employee Relations Accounts Payable Engineering Administrative Cashier's Office Benefits Construction Management Recycling Computing Payroll 11 Grants & Contracts Position Facilities Maintenance & Workers' Compensation Operations Student Loans Management Operations-West Building Maintenance Fire Safety Systems & Utilities Recruitment Communications Facilities Maintenance & Staff Development Operations-East Real Estate Residency Automotive Garage Office Management Grounds Building Maintenance Utilities Facilities Services Center Asset Auxiliary Materials Transportation Management Public Safety Services Management Management Housekeeping Services East Campus West Campus Fixed Assets Bookstore Central Stores East Campus Parking & Traffic Residence Halls Security Auxiliaries Risk Mail Services Medical Stores Central Motor Pool Management West Campus Print Shop Purchasing Security Parking Facilities Higher Rapid Copy Education Copier Program Shipping & Receiving Facilities Commission Vending Warehousing Moving Services November, 1995
  17. 17. Organization Chart Institutional Advancement Institutional Advancement Institutional ECU Foundation, Inc. Regional Development** Alumni Relations Advancement 12 Shared Visions Campaign Board of Directors Regional Development Institute ECU Alumni Association Major Gifts Center for Applied Technology Chapter Relations Controller Small Bus. & Tech. Dev. Center Special Events Annual Giving Survey Research Laboratory Alumni Programs Planned Giving Professional Societies Gift Records Research Donor Stewardship LEGEND ** Public Service Unit November, 1995
  18. 18. Organization Chart Student Life Student Life Research, Assessment, and Testing Minority Student Affairs African-American Cultural Center Student Student Student Activities Development Services 13 Dean of Students Dean of Student Development Dining Services University Unions Career Services Student Financial Aid Recreational Services Counseling Center University Housing Services Judicial Affairs Office of Disability Support Services Student Health Service Panhellenic Advisor Orientation & the First Year Experience Student Leadership Development Health Promotion & Well-Being Services for Deaf & Hard of Hearing Students Special Populations November, 1995
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  20. 20. Board Of Trustees Robert A. Ward -- Chairman Valeria O. Lovelace William P. Furr -- Vice Chairman Lyda Teer Mihalyi H. E. (Gene) Rayfield, Jr. -- Secretary Betty S. Speir William C. Baggett David Jordan Whichard, III Phillip R. Dixon Walter Williams Ronald Eugene Dowdy Ian Charles Eastman -- Ex-Officio Charles R. Franklin, Jr. James LeRoy Smith -- Asst. Secretary Administration OFFICE OF THE CHANCELLOR Richard R. Eakin Chancellor James LeRoy Smith Executive Assistant to the Chancellor Mary Ann Rose Assistant to the Chancellor/EEO Officer Michael A. Hamrick, Director Athletics Brenda R. Mills, Manager Internal Audit Robert J. Thompson, Director Planning and Institutional Research Ben G. Irons, II University Attorney DIVISION OF ACADEMIC AFFAIRS Tinsley E. Yarbrough, Interim Vice Chancellor Academic Affairs David L. Watkins, Associate Vice Chancellor Academic Affairs Dianna B. Lowe, Assistant Vice Chancellor Academic Affairs Myra H. Cain, Assistant Vice Chancellor Academic Affairs Caroline L. Ayers, Interim Asst. Vice Chancellor Academic Affairs Thomas E. Powell, Jr., Director Admissions James H. Bearden, Director BB&T Center for Leadership Development James A. Van Fleet, Director International Programs David Sanders, Director Honors Program J. Gilbert Moore, Registrar Registrar Steven H. Sellers, Director Diving Safety Dorothy H. Clayton, Coordinator Faculty Development Program Rita Reaves, Director Writing Across the Curriculum Program Dorothy H. Muller, Dean Undergraduate Studies/General College Jo Ann F. Jones, Assistant Dean General College Mary M. Cauley, Director Cooperative Education Robert L. Denney, Associate Director University College Eugene A. Owens, Associate Director Student Academic Support Services W. Keats Sparrow, Dean College of Arts & Sciences Byron L. Coulter, Associate Dean Arts & Sciences Carolyn H. Hampton, Associate Dean Research Linda D. Wolfe, Chair Anthropology Charles E. Bland, Chair Biology Chia-yu Li, Chair Chemistry T. Harrell Allen, Chair Communication Carson W. Bays, Chair Economics Donald E. Palumbo, Chair English Charles W. Sullivan, Chair Foreign Languages & Literatures Leo E. Zonn, Chair Geography Scott W. Snyder, Chair Geology 15
  21. 21. Administration W. Roger Biles, Chair History Robert L. Bernhardt, Chair Mathematics George W.S. Bailey, Chair Philosophy Mumtaz A. Dinno, Chair Physics David P. Conradt, Chair Political Science Rand B. Evans, Chair Psychology Richard J. Caston, Chair Sociology John Shearin, Chair Theatre Arts Henry C. Ferrell, Jr., Director Institute for Historical & Cultural Research Vacant, Director Science Institute for the Disabled Linda Allred, Director Women’s Studies Michael A. Dorsey, Dean School of Art Arthur J. Haney, Assistant Dean School of Art Phil E. Phillips, Assistant Dean School of Art Ernest B. Uhr, Dean School of Business L. H. Zincone , Jr., Associate Dean Academic Programs Richard L. Kerns, Associate Dean Computer Services Jeffrey S. Allen, Associate Dean Professional Programs Donald B. Boldt, Assistant Dean Graduate Studies Jeffrey S. Allen, Director Bureau of Business Research J. Larry Hagler, Chair Accounting Margaret M. Capen, Chair Decision Sciences C. Ronald Sprecher, Chair Finance Joseph M. Tomkiewicz, Chair Management Roger McIntyre, Chair Marketing Charles Coble, Dean School of Education Henry Peel, Associate Dean Faculty Programs & Development John A. Swope, Associate Dean Instruction & Administration Ivan G. Wallace, Chair Business, Vocational, & Technical Education John J. Schmidt, Chair Counselor & Adult Education Ed Bell, Interim Chair Educational Leadership Thomas Buttery, Interim Chair Elementary & Middle Grades Education Gregory Hastings, Acting Chair Foundations & Research Lawrence W. S. Auld, Chair Library Studies & Educational Technology Frank E. Crawley, Chair Science Education John T. Richards, Chair Special Education Emmett M. Floyd, Director ENCCARE Betty G. Beacham, Director Model Clinical Teaching Ronny VanSant, Director NC Teaching Fellows James R. Taylor, Director REAP Delma Blinson, Director Rural Education Institute Katharine W. Hodgin, Director Science/Math Education Center George E. Williams, Director Office of Clinical Experiences Floyd E. Mattheis, Director Summer Ventures Parmalee P. Hawk, Director Teacher Education Christian W. Zauner, Dean School of Health & Human Performance Paul Vaccaro, Chair Exercise and Sport Science David M. White, Acting Chair Health Education Karen Hancock, Acting Chair Recreation and Leisure Studies Gay Israel, Director Human Performance Laboratory Helen Grove, Dean School of Human Environmental Sciences Marjorie Inman, Chair Apparel, Merchandising, & Interior Design Cynthia E. Johnson, Chair Child Development & Family Relations 16
  22. 22. Administration DoriAnn Finley, Chair Nutrition & Hospitality Management Nancy Lee, Acting Director Child Development Laboratories Jannis B. Shea, Director Undergraduate Studies David A. Dosser, Director Marriage & Family Therapy Janet D. Bryan, Director Dietetics A. Darryl Davis, Dean School of Industry & Technology Michael D. Myrick, Chair Aerospace Studies Douglas W. Kruger, Chair Construction Management Elmer C. Poe, Chair Industrial Technology James R. Cook, Chair Military Science William W. Hankins, Acting Chair Planning C. Brad Foley, Dean School of Music George Knight, Assistant Dean School of Music Rodney Schmidt, Assistant Dean School of Music Joseph P. Distefano, Chair Basic Studies Robert L. Hause, Chair Instrumental Charles F. Bath, Chair Keyboard Michelle J. Hairston, Chair Music Education John B. O'Brien, Chair Voice Gary R. Lowe, Dean School of Social Work Linner Griffin, Associate Dean Graduate Studies, Social Work William T. Gartman, Associate Dean Undergraduate Studies, Social Work Joyce Reed, Director Criminal Justice Vickie J. Peterson, Director Field Education Lena Carawan, Assistant Director Field Education Kenneth E. Marks, Director Academic Library Services Diana M. Henshaw, Director Continuing Education & Summer School DIVISION OF RESEARCH AND GRADUATE STUDIES Thomas Feldbush, Vice Chancellor/Dean Research/Graduate Studies Paul D. Tschetter, Associate Dean Graduate School Max C. Poole, Assistant Dean Graduate School James P. Mitchell, Director Center on Aging William H. Queen, Director Institute for Coastal & Marine Resources Alan A. Schreier, Director Office of Sponsored Programs Marti VanScott, Director Technology Transfer DIVISION OF HEALTH SCIENCES James A. Hallock, Vice Chancellor Health Sciences Thomas G. Irons, Associate Vice Chancellor Health Sciences, President/HealthEast, Inc. Ellis F. Hall, Interim Associate Vice Chancellor Development & Alumni Affairs Gary R. Vanderpool, Assistant Vice Chancellor Health Sciences Administration David C. Balch, Director Health Sciences Communications Susan S. Gustke, Executive Director Eastern Area Health Education Center Christopher J. Mansfield, Director Health Services Research & Development Kevin F. O’Brien, Director Health Sciences Biostatistics David Emmerling, Director Academic Support & Counseling Center 17
  23. 23. Administration Harold P. Jones, Dean School of Allied Health Sciences Kevin F. O'Brien, Associate Dean School of Allied Health Sciences Thomas Chenier, Chair Biostatistics Susan T. Smith, Chair Clinical Laboratory Science Donald E. Ensley, Chair Community Health Y. J. Lao, Chair Environmental Health Peggy H. Wood, Chair Health Information Management Anne Dickerson, Acting Chair Occupational Therapy Bruce C. Albright, Chair Physical Therapy Paul P. Alston, Chair Rehabilitation Studies Michael Rastatter, Chair Communication Sciences and Disorders Jim Keller, Acting Chair Physician Assistant Studies James A. Hallock, Dean School of Medicine Ann C. Jobe, Senior Associate Dean School of Medicine Dean H. Hayek, Associate Dean Admissions Gary R. Vanderpool, Associate Dean Business Affairs R. Derek Prentice, Associate Dean Clinical Services & Medical Director Susan S. Gustke, Associate Dean Continuing Medical Education D. E. Darnell Jones, Associate Dean Graduate Medical Education Dennis R. Sinar, Associate Dean Informatics Sam N. Pennington, Associate Dean Research & Graduate Studies Julius Q. Mallette, Assistant Dean Student Affairs Randall H. Renegar, Assistant Dean Student Affairs James G. Peden, Jr., Assistant Dean Admissions Theodore W. Whitley, Assistant Dean Medical Education John J. Zizzo, Director Medical Faculty Practice Plan Jack E. Brinn, Chair Anatomy & Cell Biology Jack H. Welch, Chair Anesthesiology Joseph G. Cory, Chair Biochemistry William H. Pryor, Jr., Chair Comparative Medicine Nicholas H. Benson, Chair Emergency Medicine D. Dean Patton, Chair Family Medicine Loretta M. Kopelman, Chair Medical Humanities Robert L. Wortmann, Chair Medicine Paul V. Phibbs, Chair Microbiology & Immunology D. E. Darnell Jones, Chair Obstetrics & Gynecology H. Thomas Norris, Chair Pathology & Laboratory Medicine Jon B. Tingelstad, Chair Pediatrics Wallace R. Wooles, Chair Pharmacology Charles H. Duckett, Interim Chair Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Stephen C. Wood, Chair Physiology J. Frank James, Chair Psychiatric Medicine Ulf L. Karlsson, Chair Radiation Oncology R. William McConnell, Chair Radiology Walter J. Pories, Chair Surgery Phyllis N. Horns, Dean School of Nursing Therese G. Lawler, Associate Dean Academic Services Karen Elberson, Chair Adult Health Nursing Judy H. Bernhardt, Chair Community, Mental Health Nursing, & Nursing Services Administration Jo Ann Neff, Chair Parent - Child Nursing Jeannie Yount, Director Student Services Dixie Koldjeski, Interim Associate Dean Research & Evaluation Jo Ann Bell, Director Health Sciences Library 18
  24. 24. Administration DIVISION OF INSTITUTIONAL ADVANCEMENT James L. Lanier, Vice Chancellor Institutional Advancement Donald Y. Leggett, Associate Vice Chancellor Alumni Relations Malcolm Woodall, Associate Vice Chancellor Institutional Advancement Albert A. Delia, Associate Vice Chancellor Regional Development Walter M. Fitts, Director Small Business & Technology Development Ctr. Mark A. Friend, Director Center for Applied Technology DIVISION OF STUDENT LIFE Alfred T. Matthews, Vice Chancellor Student Life Ronald P. Speier, Dean of Students Student Activities Vacant, Dean Student Development Brian Haynes, Asst. VC and Director Minority Student Affairs Kris M. Smith, Asst. VC and Director Student Life Research, Assessment, & Testing James R. Westmoreland, Director Career Services Wilbert R. Ball, Director Counseling Center Frank Salamon, Director Dining Services (University) C. C. Rowe, Director Disability Support Services Donna Walsh, Director Health Promotion & Well-Being Karen D. Boyd, Assoc. Dean of Students Judicial Affairs Taffye Benson Clayton, Director Ledonia Wright African American Cultural Center Beth Anne Pretty, Director Orientation & the First Year Experience Laura W. Sweet, Asst. Dean of Students Panhellenic Advisor Tony Schreiber, Director Services for Deaf & Hard-of-Hearing Students Lucinda W. Wright, Asst. Dean & Director Special Populations Rose Mary Stelma, Director Student Financial Aid Kay VanNortwick, Director Student Health Service Lisa R. Shibley, Director Student Leadership Development Nance J. Mize, Director Recreational Services Emanuele Amaro, Director University Housing Services Vacant, Director University Unions DIVISION OF BUSINESS AFFAIRS Richard Brown, Vice Chancellor Business Affairs C. Layton Getsinger, Associate Vice Chancellor Business Affairs Daniel R. Bishop, Comptroller Financial Affairs Blake C. Price, Director Computing & Information Systems Phillip W. Lewis, Acting Director Environmental Health and Safety Anne W. Jenkins, Acting Asst. Vice Chancellor Human Resources George W. Harrell, Assistant Vice Chancellor Facilities Services Anne W. Jenkins, Director Systems Coordination James D. Plummer, Director University Budget Teresa Crocker, Director Public Safety A. Scott Buck, Director Materials Management C. Layton Getsinger, Director Auxiliary Services Sherry C. Pernell, Director Asset and Risk Management 19
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  26. 26. STUDENTS * HIGHLIGHTS * ♦ Since the fall of 1991, the average freshman SAT score has increased from 889 to 911 (p. 23) ♦ The fall 1995 freshman class hails from 91 of the 100 North Carolina counties and 26 of the 50 United States (pp. 27 & 28) ♦ Undergraduate transfers from North Carolina institutions make up 75% of ECU's new transfers (p. 32) ♦ The Universities of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Greensboro, and Wilmington and North Carolina State University contribute the majority of our transfers from North Carolina public senior institutions (p. 32) ♦ Women comprise 58% of ECU's total population (p. 33) ♦ Full-time students comprise 82% of ECU's total student body (p. 35) ♦ North Carolina residents comprise 86% of ECU's total enrollment (p. 36) ♦ Minorities compose 13% of our undergraduates, 12% of our graduates, and 23% of our medical students (p. 41) ♦ Overall, minorities comprise 13% of ECU's student body (p. 41) ♦ 85% of ECU's undergraduates are under age 25 (p. 44) ♦ 75% of ECU's graduate-level students are age 25 or over (p. 45) ♦ The average GPA of freshman men is 2.14; senior men average 2.67 (p. 60) ♦ The average GPA of freshman women is 2.27; senior women average 2.93 (p. 60) ♦ During the fall 1995 semester, students enrolled in courses totalling 216,917 semester credit hours (p. 64) ♦ 26% of the fall 1995 student body lived in ECU's student housing (p. 68) 21
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  28. 28. Fall 1995 Enrollment Summary (with Fall 1994 Comparative Figures) Total In-State Out-of-State 1994 1995 %Chg 1994 1995 %Chg 1994 1995 %Chg Undergraduate Full-time 12,947 12,875 -0.6% 10,895 10,819 -0.7% 2,052 2,056 0.2% Part-time 1,552 1,467 -5.5% 1,430 1,362 -4.8% 122 105 -13.9% Total 14,499 14,342 -1.1% 12,325 12,181 -1.2% 2,174 2,161 -0.6% Graduate Full-time 1,095 1,126 2.8% 913 941 3.1% 182 185 1.6% Part-time 1,678 1,683 0.3% 1,617 1,592 -1.5% 61 91 49.2% Total 2,773 2,809 1.3% 2,530 2,533 0.1% 243 276 13.6% Medical Full-time 295 294 -0.3% 295 294 -0.3% 0 0 Part-time 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total 295 294 -0.3% 295 294 -0.3% 0 0 Grand Total Full-time 14,337 14,295 -0.3% 12,103 12,054 -0.4% 2,234 2,241 0.3% Part-time 3,230 3,150 -2.5% 3,047 2,954 -3.1% 183 196 7.1% Total 17,567 17,445 -0.7% 15,150 15,008 -0.9% 2,417 2,437 0.8% University Ethnic Profile White 15,233 15,044 -1.2% 13,079 12,892 -1.4% 2,154 2,152 -0.1% Black 1,711 1,746 2.0% 1,605 1,631 1.6% 106 115 8.5% Am Indian or Alaskan Native 84 101 20.2% 82 96 17.1% 2 5 150.0% Asian or Pacific Islander 216 243 12.5% 185 205 10.8% 31 38 22.6% Hispanic 147 168 14.3% 121 134 10.7% 26 34 30.8% Nonresident Alien 145 87 -40.0% 52 8 -84.6% 93 79 -15.1% Race Unknown 31 56 80.6% 26 42 62% 5 14 180.0% Total 17,567 17,445 -0.7% 15,150 15,008 -0.9% 2,417 2,437 0.8% 1st-Time Freshman Ethnicity White 2,083 2,270 9.0% 1,723 1,846 7.1% 360 424 17.8% Black 207 284 37.2% 189 259 37.0% 18 25 38.9% Am Indian or Alaskan Native 17 20 17.6% 16 18 12.5% 1 2 0.0% Asian or Pacific Islander 21 44 109.5% 16 36 125.0% 5 8 60.0% Hispanic 20 23 15.0% 15 18 20.0% 5 5 0.0% Nonresident Alien 15 0 -100% 14 0 -100.0% 1 0 -100.0% Race Unknown 0 1 0 0 0.0% 0 1 Total 2,363 2,642 11.8% 1,973 2,177 10.3% 390 465 19.2% 1st-Time Freshman Avg SAT* 920 911 902 901 970 960 New Undergraduate Transfers 1,195 1,072 -10.3% 1,012 895 -11.6% 183 177 -3.3% Notes: This table does not include audits or extension students. New undergraduate transfers include ONLY classified students. *Original Scores Source: Student Data File (SDF) 23
  29. 29. First-Time Freshman Average SAT Scores* by Residence Status Fall 1991 - 1995 975 950 925 900 875 850 825 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 Avg In-State Avg Out-of-State Avg All First-time Freshman Average Average Average UNC System In-State Out-of-State All 1st-time Fr. Average Year Test SAT Score SAT Score SAT Score Score 1991 Verbal 415 437 419 453 Math 466 487 470 505 Combined 881 924 889 958 1992 Verbal 422 440 426 452 Math 468 492 474 507 Combined 890 932 900 959 1993 Verbal 430 456 435 455 Math 480 510 485 512 Combined 910 966 920 967 1994 Verbal 424 452 429 458 Math 478 518 484 517 Combined 902 970 913 975 1995 Verbal 429 452 433 459 Math 472 508 478 510 Combined 901 960 911 969 * Original Scores Source: Student Data File (SDF) 24
  30. 30. SAT Scores of Accepted Freshman Applicants Fall 1995 4,000 3,500 3,000 2,500 2,000 1,500 1,000 500 0 <400 401-600 601-800 801-1000 1001-1200 1201-1400 1401-1600 Accepted Enrolled Accepted % Enrolled for by SAT Interval Admission Enrolled SAT Interval 400 or below 0 0 0.0% 401-600 5 0 0.0% 601-800 1,086 530 48.8% 801-1000 3,794 1,553 40.9% 1001-1200 1,587 483 30.4% 1201-1400 195 63 32.3% 1401-1600 4 1 25.0% Unavailable 132 12 9.1% Total 6,803 2,642 38.8% Source: Student Data File (SDF) 25
  31. 31. First-Time Freshman SAT Scores Fall 1994 & 1995 Number of students/SAT interval 1,600 1,400 1995 1994 1,200 1,000 800 600 400 200 0 <400 401- 601- 801- 1001- 1201- 1401- 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1994 1995 SAT Interval # Students % of Total # Students % of Total 400 or below 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 401-600 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 601-800 451 19.1% 530 20.1% 801-1000 1,393 59.0% 1,553 58.8% 1001-1200 436 18.5% 483 18.3% 1201-1400 44 1.9% 63 2.4% 1401-1600 4 0.2% 1 0.0% Unavailable 35 1.5% 12 0.5% Total 2,363 100.0% 2,642 100.0% Note: Percentages may not total 100% due to rounding Source: Student Data File (SDF) 26
  32. 32. First-Time Freshman High School Class Rank Fall 1991 - 1995 3,000 2,500 2,000 1,500 1,000 500 0 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 Bottom Fifth 4th Fifth 3rd Fifth 2nd Fifth Top Fifth 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 % of % of % of % of % of Class Rank N Total N Total N Total N Total N Total Top Fifth 640 29.0% 785 29.4% 800 35.0% 695 31.5% 829 33.2% 2nd Fifth 743 33.7% 1001 37.4% 875 38.3% 846 38.3% 908 36.3% 3rd Fifth 630 28.6% 671 25.1% 504 22.1% 548 24.8% 570 22.8% 4th Fifth 175 7.9% 197 7.4% 96 4.2% 114 5.2% 175 7.0% Bottom Fifth 16 0.7% 19 0.7% 8 0.4% 6 0.3% 16 0.6% Total 2,204 100% 2,673 100% 2,283 100% 2,209 100% 2,498 100% No Class Rank 132 193 152 154 144 Note: Percentages may not total 100% due to rounding Source: Student Data File (SDF) 27
  33. 33. First-Time Freshman Enrollment by County Fall 1995 0 1 - 25 26 - 50 51 - 75 76 - 100 101 - 200 201 + County N County N County N County N Alamance 32 Currituck 5 Lee 15 Rockingham 9 Alexander 8 Dare 15 Lenoir 50 Rowan 26 Alleghany 2 Davidson 28 Lincoln 9 Rutherford 2 Anson 0 Davie 1 Macon 0 Sampson 25 Ashe 0 Duplin 22 Madison 0 Scotland 10 Avery 1 Durham 56 Martin 26 Stanly 12 Beaufort 49 Edgecombe 34 McDowell 1 Stokes 8 Bertie 18 Forsyth 58 Mecklenburg 89 Surry 13 Bladen 14 Franklin 16 Mitchell 2 Swain 0 Brunswick 24 Gaston 8 Montgomery 4 Transylvania 2 Buncombe 13 Gates 5 Moore 20 Tyrrell 3 Burke 10 Graham 0 Nash 56 Union 18 Cabarrus 8 Granville 14 New Hanover 50 Vance 15 Caldwell 13 Greene 10 Northampton 3 Wake 232 Camden 2 Guilford 96 Onslow 70 Warren 4 Carteret 37 Halifax 25 Orange 21 Washington 12 Caswell 4 Harnett 31 Pamlico 8 Watauga 0 Catawba 26 Haywood 3 Pasquotank 17 Wayne 56 Chatham 6 Henderson 5 Pender 7 Wilkes 11 Cherokee 5 Hertford 10 Perquimans 8 Wilson 65 Chowan 10 Hoke 6 Person 14 Yadkin 5 Clay 0 Hyde 4 Pitt 165 Yancey 0 Cleveland 10 Iredell 15 Polk 3 Columbus 16 Jackson 3 Randolph 11 Craven 60 Johnston 35 Richmond 8 Cumberland 94 Jones 4 Robeson 21 Total North Carolina First-Time Freshman = 2,177 Total First-Time Freshman = 2,642 Source: Student Data File (SDF) 28
  34. 34. First-Time Freshman Enrollment by State Fall 1995 0 1 - 25 26 - 100 101 - 200 200 + State N State N State N State N Alabama 1 Iowa 0 New Jersey 60 Vermont 0 Alaska 0 Kansas 0 New Mexico 0 Virginia 147 Arizona 0 Kentucky 1 New York 32 Washington 0 Arkansas 0 Louisiana 0 North Carolina 2,177 West Virginia 2 California 1 Maine 1 North Dakota 0 Wisconsin 1 Colorado 0 Maryland 84 Ohio 9 Wyoming 0 Connecticut 12 Massachusetts 2 Oklahoma 0 U.S. Territories 0 Delaware 7 Michigan 3 Oregon 0 Unknown 47 D. C. 1 Minnesota 0 Pennsylvania 23 Foreign Countries 3 Florida 7 Mississippi 0 Rhode Island 2 Georgia 4 Missouri 0 South Carolina 10 Hawaii 1 Montana 0 South Dakota 0 Idaho 0 Nebraska 0 Tennessee 0 Illinois 0 Nevada 0 Texas 1 Indiana 1 New Hampshire 2 Utah 0 Total Out-of-State First-Time Freshman = 465 Total First-Time Freshman = 2,642 Source: Student Data File (SDF) 29

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