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Fact Book 2011-2012

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January2012 DearColleague: TheFerrisStateUniversityFactBookisanannualprojectconductedasaservicetotheuniversity communitybytheOfficeofInstitutionalResearchandTesting,intheDivisionofStudentAffairs.This 21steditionisadocumentdesignedtoanswerthemostfrequentlyaskedquestionsaboutFerrisState University. Newadditionstothisyear’sFactBookincludeamapwithenrollmentbystateonpage37,alistof enrollmentbycountiesonpage38,andterm‐to‐termFTIACretentionbycollegeonpage72. ToaccessthecurrentFactBook,aswellaspreviouseditionsontheFerrisStateUniversitywebsite,goto www.ferris.eduandclickonthe“MoreQuickLinks”boxandselect“Inst.Research/Testing.”Underthe InstitutionalResearchheadingselect“FactBookDownloads.”Asanalternative,youcansimplytypein thewords“FactBook”inthesearchboxlocatedontheFerrishomepage. Wewouldliketothankthemanyofficesthatassistuswiththedevelopmentoftheinformationforthe FactBook.Pleasedonothesitatetocontactusifyouhaveanyquestionsorhaveideasforfuture editionsoftheFactBook. JasonCronkrite EnrollmentResearchSpecialist MitziDay DirectorofInstitutionalResearch FerrisStateUniversity DivisionofStudentAffairs OfficeofInstitutionalResearchandTesting CSS201 (231)591‐3629

TABLEOFCONTENTS GENERALINFORMATION MissionStatement/VisionStatement/CoreValues....................................................................................1 History/Location/Campuss*ze/AcademicDivisions...................................................................................2 EducationalPrograms/Admissions.............................................................................................................3 Accreditation.............................................................................................................................................4 StudentCosts..............................................................................................................................................5 KendallStudentCosts.................................................................................................................................6 Athletics/CareerResources/Educational&CareerCounseling/FinancialAid...........................................7 CareerServices/DisabilitiesServices..........................................................................................................8 Corporate&ProfessionalDevelopment.....................................................................................................9 Extended&InternationalOperations........................................................................................................10 Library(FLITE).............................................................................................................................................11 LibraryStatistics..........................................................................................................................................12 GiftstotheUniversity.................................................................................................................................13 Housing&ResidenceLife...........................................................................................................................14 InformationTechnologyServices/IntramuralSports.................................................................................15 KendallCollege...........................................................................................................................................16 EntertainmentUnlimited/StudentAffairs/StudentEmployment..............................................................19 PointsofInterest........................................................................................................................................20 FerrisStateUniversityCalendar.................................................................................................................27 TelephoneNumbers(frequentlyused)......................................................................................................28 EducationalGrantsandScholarships/InstitutionalLoans..........................................................................29

ENROLLMENT TotalHeadcountEnrollment,Fall1982‐2011............................................................................................35 EnrollmentbyCounty(map)......................................................................................................................36 EnrollmentbyState(map).........................................................................................................................37 EnrollmentbyCounty.................................................................................................................................38 EnrollmentbyState&Country..................................................................................................................39 5‐YearEnrollmentbyCollege.....................................................................................................................40 PercentofStudentsbyCollege..................................................................................................................41 FYESEnrollmentPerFTEFaculty................................................................................................................42 EnrollmentSummary..................................................................................................................................43 EnrollmentSummarybyCollege(AHS&A/S)............................................................................................44 EnrollmentSummarybyCollege(BUS&EHS)...........................................................................................45 EnrollmentSummarybyCollege(TEC&KEN)............................................................................................46 EnrollmentSummarybyCollege(OPT&PHR)...........................................................................................47 EnrollmentSummarybyCollege(CPT&UNV)...........................................................................................48 ComparativeEnrollmentReportbyCollege...............................................................................................49 SCH/FTE/FYES.............................................................................................................................................50 ComparativeFallEnrollmentandSCHProductionBySite.........................................................................51 TotalHeadcountEnrollmentComparedtoFTE..........................................................................................52 EnrollmentbyRace/Ethnicity.....................................................................................................................53 EthnicDistributionbyCollege....................................................................................................................54 EnrollmentbyProgram(AlliedHealthSciences)........................................................................................55 EnrollmentbyProgram(Arts&Sciences)..................................................................................................57 EnrollmentbyProgram(Business).............................................................................................................59 EnrollmentbyProgram(Education&HumanServices).............................................................................61 EnrollmentbyProgram(EngineeringTechnology)....................................................................................63

TABLEOFCONTENTS EnrollmentbyProgram(KendallCollegeofArt&Design).........................................................................66 EnrollmentbyProgram(MichiganCollegeofOptometryatFSU).............................................................68 EnrollmentbyProgram(Pharmacy)...........................................................................................................68 EnrollmentbyProgram(CollegeofProfessional&TechnologicalStudies)...............................................68 EnrollmentbyProgram(UniversityCollege)..............................................................................................69 RetentionRates..........................................................................................................................................70 GraduationRates........................................................................................................................................71 FTIACFall‐to‐FallRetention&CollegeSemesterbySemesterRetention..................................................72 HSGPA&ACTScores/AverageCreditsTaken............................................................................................73 StudentCreditHoursbyCollege................................................................................................................74 TransferInStudents...................................................................................................................................75 TransferOutStudents................................................................................................................................76 EnrollmentSummaryofStudentsbyAge..................................................................................................77

DEGREES DegreesConferredbyProgram(AlliedHealthSciences)...........................................................................79 DegreesConferredbyProgram(Arts&Sciences)......................................................................................80 DegreesConferredbyProgram(Business).................................................................................................81 DegreesConferredbyProgram(Education&HumanServices)................................................................83 DegreesConferredbyProgram(EngineeringTechnology)........................................................................84 DegreesConferredbyProgram(KendallCollegeofArt&Design)............................................................86 DegreesConferredbyProgram(MichiganCollegeofOptometryatFSU).................................................87 DegreesConferredbyProgram(Pharmacy)..............................................................................................87 DegreesConferredbyProgram(CollegeofProfessional&TechnologialStudies)...................................87 DegreesConferredatFerrisStateUniversity.............................................................................................88 ApprovedPrograms....................................................................................................................................89

FACULTY/STAFF UniversityStaffbyJobCategory&Gender(Full‐Time)..............................................................................93 UniversityStaffbyJobCategory&Gender(Part‐Time).............................................................................94 UniversityStaffbyJobCategory&Gender(Total).....................................................................................95 FallFacultyAndStaffByRace/EthnicityAndGender.................................................................................96 DistinguishedTeacherAwards...................................................................................................................97

ORGANIZATIONALCHARTS BoardofTrustees.......................................................................................................................................99 ExecutiveDivision.......................................................................................................................................100 President’sCouncil.....................................................................................................................................101 AcademicAffairsDivision...........................................................................................................................102 OfficeofAcademicAffairs..........................................................................................................................103 AcademicAffairsDivision/Extended&InternationalOperations..............................................................104 AcademicAffairsDivision/CollegeofAlliedHealthSciences.....................................................................105 AcademicAffairsDivision/CollegeofArts&Sciences................................................................................106 AcademicAffairsDivision/CollegeofBusiness...........................................................................................107 AcademicAffairsDivision/CollegeofEducation&HumanServices..........................................................108 AcademicAffairsDivision/CollegeofEngineeringTechnology..................................................................109 AcademicAffairsDivision/KendallCollegeofArt&Design.......................................................................110 AcademicAffairsDivision/Library..............................................................................................................111

TABLEOFCONTENTS AcademicAffairsDivision/MichiganCollegeofOptometryatFSU............................................................112 AcademicAffairsDivision/CollegeofPharmacy.........................................................................................113 AcademicAffairsDivision/CollegeofProfessionalandTechnologicalStudies..........................................114 AcademicAffairsDivision/UniversityCollege.............................................................................................115 AdministrationandFinanceDivision..........................................................................................................116 AdministrationandFinanceDivision(KendallCollegeofArt&Design)....................................................117 GovernmentalRelations&GeneralCounselDivision................................................................................118 StudentAffairsDivision..............................................................................................................................119 StudentAffairsDivision/EnrollmentServices.............................................................................................120 UniversityAdvancementandMarketingDivision......................................................................................121

ALUMNI AlumnibyState..........................................................................................................................................123 AlumnibyCollege.......................................................................................................................................124 PlacementRates.........................................................................................................................................125 RecipientsofAlumniAwards......................................................................................................................126

BUDGET FY2011‐2012GeneralFundOperatingBudget..........................................................................................127 RevenueSummary......................................................................................................................................128 ExpenditureSummary................................................................................................................................129

FACILITIES StatementofFacilitiesattheBigRapidsCampus(GeneralFund).............................................................131 StatementofFacilitiesattheBigRapidsCampus(Non‐GeneralFund).....................................................132 FerrisStateUniversityCampusMap..........................................................................................................133 DirectionstoFerrisStateUniversityBigRapidsCampus...........................................................................134

MICHIGANPUBLICUNIVERSITYCOMPARISONS EnrollmentMichiganPublicUniversities....................................................................................................135 SummaryofTuition/FeesandRoom/Board..............................................................................................136 AnnualRoomandBoardCosts...................................................................................................................137 AnnualTuitionandRequiredFees.............................................................................................................138 Faculty‐to‐AdministratorRatio...................................................................................................................139 FinancialAidas%ofTotalGeneralFundSpending....................................................................................140 FullYearEquatedStudents........................................................................................................................141 Instructionasa%ofTotalGeneralFundSpending....................................................................................142 InstructionalCost(Spending)perStudent.................................................................................................143 PlantSpendingasa%ofTotalGeneralFundSpending.............................................................................144 StateAppropriationsperFYES....................................................................................................................145 Student‐to‐FacultyRatio............................................................................................................................146

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MISSIONSTATEMENT FerrisStateUniversitypreparesstudentsforsuccessfulcareers,responsiblecitizenship,andlifelong learning.Throughitsmanypartnershipsanditscareer‐oriented,broad‐basededucation,Ferrisserves ourrapidlychangingglobaleconomyandsociety. VISIONSTATEMENT FerrisStateUniversitywillbe: Therecognizedleaderinintegrativeeducation,wheretheorymeetspracticethroughoutthe curriculum,andwheremulti‐disciplinaryskillsimportantinaglobaleconomyaredeveloped withtheresultthat FerrisStateUniversitywillalsobe:  Thepreferredchoiceforstudentswhoseekspecialized,innovative,career‐andlife‐enhancing education  Thepremiereducationalpartnerforgovernment,communities,agencies,businesses,and industriesthroughappliedresearchandjointventures  Astimulating,student‐centeredacademicenvironmentthatfosterslife‐longengagement, leadership,citizenship,andcontinuingintellectualdevelopment  Auniversitythatalignsitspracticesandresourcesinsupportofitscorevaluesofcollaboration, diversity,ethicalcommunity,excellence,learning,andopportunity COREVALUES  Collaboration:Ferriscontributestotheadvancementofsocietybybuildingpartnershipswith students,alumni,businessandindustry,governmentbodies,accreditingagencies,andthe communitiestheUniversityserves.  Diversity:Byprovidingacampuswhichissupportive,safe,andwelcoming,Ferrisembracesa diversityofideas,beliefs,andcultures.  EthicalCommunity:FerrisrecognizestheinherentdignityofeachmemberoftheUniversity communityandtreatseveryonewithrespect.Ouractionsareguidedbyfairness,honesty,and integrity.  Excellence:Committedtoinnovationandcreativity,Ferrisstrivestoproducethehighestquality outcomesinallitsendeavors.  Learning:FerrisStateUniversityvalueseducationthatiscareer‐oriented,balancestheoryand practice,developscriticalthinking,emphasizesactivelearning,andfostersresponsibilityandthe desireforthelifelongpursuitofknowledge.  Opportunity:Ferris,withafocusondevelopingcareerskillsandknowledge,provides opportunitiesforcivicengagement,leadershipdevelopment,advancement,andsuccess.

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HISTORY FerrisStateUniversityisrecognizedforitscareer‐focusedmajorsthatgiveourstudentstheeducation theyneedtomeettheneedsofachangingeconomy.Foundedin1884ontheconceptofproviding studentswithmarketableskills,FerriswasestablishedbyWoodbridgeN.Ferris(1853‐1928),a distinguishedMichiganeducatorandpoliticianwhoservedtwotermsasthestate'sgovernorandwas electedaUnitedStatesSenator.Ferriswasaprivateinstituteuntil1950,whenitjoinedthestatehigher educationsystem.Thecollegeobtaineduniversitystatusin1987. LOCATION TheFerrisStateUniversitycampusislocatedinBigRapids,awestcentralMichigancityofapproximately 10,700inthevacation‐recreationregion.InadditiontobeinghomeofFerrisStateUniversity,BigRapids isthecountyseatofMecostaCounty.The880‐acrecampusisreadilyaccessiblebytheUS‐131 expresswayandstatehighwayM‐20.BigRapidsis55milesnorthofGrandRapidsandwithin200miles ofChicagoandDetroit. CAMpuss*ZE 880acres ACADEMICDIVISIONS CollegeofAlliedHealthSciences CollegeofArtsandSciences CollegeofBusiness CollegeofEducationandHumanServices CollegeofEngineeringTechnology CollegeofPharmacy CollegeofProfessionalandTechnologicalStudies KendallCollegeofArtandDesign MichiganCollegeofOptometryatFSU UniversityCollege

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EDUCATIONALPROGRAMS Ferrisoffersmorethan170educationalprogramsthroughtheCollegesofAlliedHealthSciences,Arts andSciences,Business,EducationandHumanServices,EngineeringTechnology,Pharmacy,Kendall CollegeofArtandDesign,MichiganCollegeofOptometryatFerrisStateUniversity,Collegeof ProfessionalandTechnologicalStudies,andUniversityCollege.Theseofferingsleadtobachelorand associatedegreesandcertificates.MasterdegreesinInformationSystemsManagement,Careerand TechnicalEducation,CriminalJustice,BusinessAdministration,CurriculumandInstruction,Nursing,and FineArtsareavailable.FerrisalsooffersdoctoratedegreesinOptometry,PharmacyandCommunity CollegeLeadership. Eachcollegeencompassesaclusterofrelatedprogramsthataretargetedtopreparestudentsfor specificcareers,responsiblecitizenshipandlifelonglearning.Thecollegesoperateinfacilitiesthathave beenspeciallydesignedandequippedtosupporttheirmissions. Ferrisisanationalleaderinthedevelopmentoftheconceptofladdering,whichenablesstudentsto advancetheircareersbybuildingonprevioustraining.Forexample,anindividualwhohasgained employmentaftercompletingatwo‐yeardegreemaylaterseekcareeradvancementbyreturningto Ferrisandearningabachelordegree.ThisconceptalsopermitsstudentstotransferreadilyintoFerris programs. ADMISSIONS CurrentadmissioncriteriafornewstudentsrequireallincomingfreshmenstudentstosubmitACTor SATtestscoresalongwithofficialhighschooltranscriptsorofficialGEDscorespriortoanadmission decision.Transferstudentsarerequiredtosubmitofficialtranscriptsfromallcollegesattendedaswell asofficialhighschooltranscriptsandtestscores,ifrequiredasprescribedbyuniversitystandards,to achieveacompleteacademicprofile.Studentsfulfillingbothuniversityandprogramentrance requirementswillbegrantedadmission.

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FERRISSTATEUNIVERSITYACCREDITATION FSUisaccreditedbyTheHigherLearningCommissionoftheNorthCentralAssociation AccreditingAgencies

AcademicProgram

(ACCE)AmericanCouncilforConstructionEducation

ConstructionManagement,BS

AAALACInternational,AssociationforAssessmentandAccreditationof LaboratoryAnimalCareInternational AccreditationCouncilforBusinessSchools&Programs

AnimalCareFacility

COBPrograms

AccreditationCouncilforPharmacyEducation

Pharmacy

AccreditationCouncilonOptometricEducation(ACOE)

ResidencyinOcularDiseaseatTLCEyeCareofMI

AccreditationCouncilonOptometricEducation(ACOE)

ResidencyinOcularDisease,BattleCreekVAMed.Ctr.

AccreditationCouncilonOptometricEducation(ACOE)

AccreditationCouncilonOptometricEducation(ACOE)

ResidencyinPrimaryEyeCare&OcularDisease,VA NorthernIndianaHealthCareSystems,Ft.Wayne Optometry‐O.D.‐FullCollege

AccreditationCouncil,CollegiateGraphicComm.Inc.(ACCGC)

PrintingManagement,BS

AmericanBarAssociation

LegalStudies

AmericanDentalAssociation(ADA)

DentalHygiene

AmericanOptometricAssociation

Optometry‐Residencyincornea&contactlenses

AmericanSocietyofHealth‐CareSystemsPharmacists

PharmacyPracticeResidencyw/EmphasisinManagedCare

AmericanSocietyofHealth‐CareSystemsPharmacists

PharmacyPracticeResidencyw/EmphasisinCommunityPharmacy

AssociatedEquipmentDistributorsFoundation(AEDF)

HeavyEquipmentServiceEngineeringTechnology,BS

CommissiononAccreditationforHealthInfomaticsandInformation ManagementEducation(CAHIIM) CommissiononAccreditationforHealthInfomaticsandInformation ManagementEducation(CAHIIM) CommitteeonAccreditationforRespiratoryCare(CoARC)

HealthInformationManagement

HealthInformationTechnology

RespiratoryCare

CouncilonAccreditationofParks,Recreation,TourismandRelated Professionals CouncilonSocialWorkEducation

RecreationLeadershipandManagement

SocialWorkProgram

EngineeringAccreditationcommissionofABET

SurveyingEngineering,BS

InternationalFacilityManagementAssociation(IFMA)

FacilityManagement

JointReviewCommitteeonEducationinDiagnosticMedicalSonography

Sonography

JointReviewCommitteeonEducationinRadiographyTechnology(JRCERT)

Radiography

JointReviewCommitteeonEducationalProgramsinNuclearMedicine Technology MICommissionofLawEnforcementStandards(MCOLCS)

NuclearMedicine

CriminalJustice

MichiganCorrectionalOfficers'TrainingCouncil(MCOTC)

CriminalJustice

MichiganDepartmentofEducation

SchoolofEducation

NAMMAffiliatedMusicBusiness(NAMBI)

MusicIndustryManagement

NationalAccreditingAgencyforClinicalLab.Sciences(NAACLS)

ClinicalLaboratorySciences

NationalAccreditingAgencyforClinicalLab.Sciences(NAACLS)

MedicalTechnology

NationalAccreditingAgencyforClinicalLab.Sciences(NAACLS)

MedicalLaboratoryTechnology

NationalAutomotiveTechniciansEducationFoundation

AutomotiveServiceTechnology

NationalAutomotiveTechniciansEducationFoundation(NATEF)

HeavyEquipmentTechnology,AAS

Nat'lLeagueforNursingAccreditingCommission(NLNAC)

Nursing‐‐BSNandMSNProgram

ProfessionalGolfers'AssociationofAmerica(PGA)

ProfessionalGolfManagement

TechnologyAccreditationCommissionofABET

AutomotiveEngineeringTechnology

TechnologyAccreditationCommissionofABET

MechanicalEngineeringTechnology(AASandBSprograms)

TechnologyAccreditationCommissionofABET

Electrical/ElectronicEngineeringTechnology,BS

TechnologyAccreditationCommissionofABET

WeldingEngineeringTechnology,BS

UnitedStatesProfessionalTennisAssociation,Inc.

ProfessionalTennisManagement

Source:AcademicAffairs

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STUDENTCOSTS TheaverageannualcostforaMichiganresidenttoattendFerris(basedupon2011‐12rates)including tuitionfor15credits,roomandboard,fees,estimatedacademicandpersonalexpenses,is$22,830. 2011‐12Costs Semester Year Undergraduate(MichiganResident) Tuition(15credits) $5,220 $10,440 Room&Board(Platinum) $4,672 $9,344 Sub‐Total $9,892 $19,784 Books&Supplies(estimate) $508 $1,016 $934 $1,868 PersonalExpenses(estimate) RefundableFees* $81 $162 TotalExpenses(estimate) $11,415 $22,830 *Ifrequested,theRacquetFacilityfee,StudentActivityfeeandHealthCenterfeewillbedeletedfromthe student’saccount.CashrefundswillonlybegrantedfortheRacquetFacilityfeeandtheStudentActivityfeeifthe student’saccountispaidinfull.

TUITION Full‐TimeStudent(15credits) Undergraduate(Non‐Resident) Undergraduate(International) UndergraduateStudent MichiganResident Non‐Resident International GraduateStudent MichiganResident Non‐Resident&International DoctoralStudent ProfessionalStudent MichiganResident Non‐Resident Suites&Apartments EastCampusSuites(singlestudent) OneBedroomApartment‐East TwoBedroomApartment‐East TwoBedroomTownhouse‐West ThreeBedroomTownhouse‐West FinchCourt(singlestudent)

$7,830 $8,370 $348p/credit $522p/credit $558p/credit $473p/credit $710p/credit $557p/credit Pharmacy $561p/credit $842p/credit

$15,660 $16,740 Optometry $573p/credit $860p/credit

$2,729p/semester $9,088p/year $10,131p/year $11,050p/year $12,081p/year $514p/month

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KENDALLCOLLEGEOFARTANDDESIGNOFFERRISSTATEUNIVERSITY 2011/2012Tuition&Fees Tuition ResidentUndergraduateStudioperCreditHour ResidentUndergraduateGeneralEducationperCreditHour Non‐ResidentUndergraduateStudioperCreditHour Non‐ResidentUndergraduateGeneralEducationperCreditHour GraduateperCreditHour DualEnrollmentperCreditHour

$684 $348 $1,026 $522 $763 $220 ($660perclass)

TuitionSummary PerCreditHour:

Resident GeneralEd. $348 $1,044 $2,088 $3,132 $4,176 $5,220

Resident Studio $684 $2,052 $4,104 $6,156 $8,208 $10,260

Non‐Resident GeneralEd. $522 $1,566 $3,132 $4,698 $6,264 $7,830

Non‐Resident Studio $1,026 $3,078 $6,156 $9,234 $12,312 $15,390

3credits 6credits 9credits 12credits 15credits RelatedFees AdmissionsApplicationFee $30 ModelFee $80 KendallExperienceFee EnrollmentDeposit Sculpture/Woodworking/3DStudioFee $155 TechnologyFee‐0+Credits PrintmakingClassFee $155 StudentLifeFee DigitalResourceLevel1 $50 DeferredPaymentCharge DigitalResourceLevel2 $100 StudioSpaceFee(persemester) DigitalResourceLevel3 $150 StudioDeposit Metal/JewelryStudioFee $300 TranscriptFee Metal/JewelryDesignFee $155 LatePaymentPenalty–2%OfUnpaidBalance

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Graduate $763 $2,289 $4,578 $6,867 $9,156 $11,445

$80 $250 $150 $10 $30 $315 $100 $5

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ATHLETICS TheFerrisStateUniversityBulldogsaremembersoftheNationalCollegiateAthleticAssociation(NCAA). VarsityteamscompeteintheCentralCollegiateHockeyAssociation(NCAADivisionI)inicehockeyand theGreatLakesIntercollegiateAthleticConference(NCAADivisionII)inallothersports.Ferrisstudent athletesparticipatein15varsitysports:golf,tennis,basketball,track,cross‐country,softball,soccerand volleyballforwomen;golf,tennis,basketball,track,cross‐country,hockeyandfootballformen. CAREERRESOURCESATFSU

AFerrisStateUniversitycareer‐orientededucationiscomplementedbycomprehensiveeducational planningandcareercounselingresourcesavailablefromtheEducationalandCareerCounselingCenter (ECCC)whichisstaffedwithlicensedprofessionalcounselors.TheECCCislocatedonthethirdfloorof theStarrBuildinginroom313andprovidesawiderangeofservicesforFSUstudents.See http://www.ferris.edu/ecccformoredetailsabouttheservicesandprogrammingoffered. EDUCATIONALANDCAREERCOUNSELING

Everyundergraduatecollegehaseducationalcounselorstoprovideinformationaboutalloftheir academicprogramsinFerris’sundergraduatecolleges.Thesecounselorsarelocatedinthecollegesof AlliedHealthSciences,ArtsandSciences,Business,Education&HumanServices,Engineering TechnologyandtheRetentionandStudentSuccessUnit. Inadditiontoprovidingacademiccounseling,educationalcounselorsintheEducationalandCareer CounselingCenter(ECCC),locatedinSTARR313,helpstudentstoidentifyandovercomeobstaclesto theiracademicsuccessthroughtheidentificationofbothlearningpreferencesandanindividual’s approachtothecollegelearningexperience.ECCCalsooffersassistanceinmakingcareerchoices.While findingtherightcareerdependsonseveralfactors,twostronginfluencesarepersonalityandinterests. StudentscanreceiveinformationintheseareasbycompletingtheMyers‐BriggsTypeIndicatorandthe StrongInterestInventoryassessmentsthroughtheECCC.Alicensedcounselorinterpretstheresults withthestudentandprovidesinformationoncareersthatarealignedwiththeindividual’spersonality, interests,values,andskills. FINANCIALAID Morethan76percentofthestudentspresentlyenrolledatFerrisStatereceivesometypeoffinancial aidthroughfederal,state,institutional,privateandothersourcesincludingscholarships,grants,loans andstudentemployment.FerrisStateUniversityawardsmorethan$176millioninstudentaidannually. Financialaidisprimarilybasedonfinancialneedandisintendedtoassiststudentswhosefamilieslack thetotalresourcesneededtopayforcollege.InformationonfinancialaidprogramsavailableatFerris maybeobtainedbycontactingtheOfficeofScholarshipsandFinancialAidat1‐231‐591‐2110orviathe Internetatwww.ferris.eduandclickingontheFinancialAidlink.

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CAREERSERVICES TheCareerServicesOfficeisavailabletoeducate,guide,andsupportstudents,alumni,faculty,staff, andemployersthroughoutthecareerdevelopmentprocess,including,careerplanning,careerresearch, skillsattainment,jobsearchdocumentpreparation,interviewing,internships,jobpostings,andsuccess intheworkplace. Students/alumnihaveaccesstoBulldogCareerlink,whichisastate‐of‐the‐artinternet‐basedsoftware packagethatallowsstudentstowriteresumes,uploadtheirresumesintotheFSUResumeBook database,searchandapplyforemployment/internshipopportunitiesandsignupforon‐campus interviewsandevents.On‐campusinterviewstakeplacebothfallandspringsemesterswith approximately175employersparticipatingperacademicyear. CareerServicestakespartinmanycampusactivitiesandholdsmanyworkshopsessionsonavarietyof job‐searchtechniques,allofwhichteachstudentsateveryacademiclevelhowtotransfertheirin‐and‐ out‐of‐classroomexperiencestotheworkworld. CareerServicescoordinatesthreelargeeventsperyear:everyfallandspringtheofficesponsorsa generalcareerfairtoassiststudentsinconnectingwithemployerswhoarehiringinternsandfull‐time employees.Thesecareerfairsconsistentlybring120+employerstocampus.EveryfallCareerServices andStudentLeadershipandActivitiescoordinatesaProfessionalCareerandLeadershipConference, bringinginavarietyofpresentersandkeynotespeakerstodiscusstheimpactofleadershipuponcareer success. StudentscanregisterwithBulldogCareerlinkandviewawholearrayofothercareer/employment‐ relatedinformationonourwebsiteatwww.ferris.edu/careerservices.Walk‐inassistanceisavailableat theCareerServicesofficeinRankinStudentCenterRoom135,M‐F8am‐5pm. DISABILITIESSERVICES

DisabilitiesServicesservesandadvocatesforstudentswithdisabilities,empoweringthemforself‐ relianceandindependencewhilepromotingequalaccesstoeducationalopportunitiesandprograms. TheofficeislocatedonthethirdflooroftheStarrBuildinginRoom313.Contactusat231‐591‐3057or reviewourwebsiteformoreinformation:http://www.ferris.edu/htmls/colleges/university/disability/. Aregisteredstudentorganization(RSO)forstudentswithdisabilitiesisavailable.Tofindoutmore abouttheDisabilityAwarenessandEducationRSO,checkoutthiswebsite:http://ferris.orgsync.com/ andlookforspecialinterestgroups.

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CORPORATE&PROFESSIONALDEVELOPMENT&THECENTERFORCERTIFICATIONTRAINING& TESTING DivisionoftheCollegeofEngineeringTechnology

CPD FerrisStateUniversity'sCorporate&ProfessionalDevelopment(CPD)hasbeeninvolvedinpartnerships tohelpbusinessesandindustrieswithsolutionstotraining,certification,customassessment&gap analysis,productdevelopment,grantservices,andconsulting/appliedresearchneedssince1984.More than2,000companieshavetakenadvantageoftheskillsandfacilitiesofferedfortrainingortesting,and over150,000participantsinover1,000offeredtitles/projectshavebeenserved.CPDisknownforits abilitytopartnerwithbusinessandindustryclients,associations,andotherproviderstotackleissues relatedtocustomtraining,processconsulting,productdevelopment,certification,andassessment. TrainingcanbedeliveredatthemaincampuscomplexinBigRapids,theGrandRapidsCampus,anyof Ferris’sRegionalCenters,atthecompany'splantsite,orcompanyselectedoffsite.Trainingonhundreds oftechnical,safety&health,business,science,andsupervision/leadershiptopicscanbeprovided. Trainingmayalsoinvolveparticipantassessment,certificationthroughtheCenterforCertification TrainingandTesting,CEU’s,andcreditconversionasrequired.

CCTT TheCenterforCertificationTraining&Testingwasfoundedintheearly‘90stoadministertheEPA‐ mandatedSection608certificationandtestingprogramtoHVACRtechniciansthroughouttheentire country.TheInstitutehasoverfourteenhundredregisteredproctorsacrossthecountry,andsinceits inceptionhascertifiedover400,000technicians.Thesetechnicianscarrycertificationcardswiththe FerrisStateUniversitylogowhichtheydisplayinsupplyhousesallovertheUnitedStateseachtimethey purchaserefrigerant.Thevisualpresentationprovidedeachtimeoneofthesecardsispresentedkeeps theFerrisStateUniversitynamehighlyrecognizableandintheforefrontthroughoutourindustry.The CCTTthroughitsstate‐of‐the‐artdatabaseaddstheabilitytoadministertestingprogramsforawide varietyofbusinessesaswellashandlingtheircustomerservice,orderfulfillment,warehousingand distributionneeds.

Withchangingworldneeds,CPD&CCTTareinvestinginnewofferingsforthecommunitytheyserve throughanEnergyCenter&AnnualMichiganEnergyConference,aswellasactivitiesinproduct innovationandentrepreneurship.CPDhasinvestedinthefutureoftrainingbycreatingtheabilityfor developmentofcomputer‐interactivetrainingforbusinessandindustry(customCD‐ROM,interactive televisionorinternetdeliveryaswellastraditionallectureandapplicationlabs).CPDcanalsoassist businesses,industries,andindividualsinthedevelopmentandrefinementofnewproduct/process ideas.Third‐partyvalidationstudiescanbeperformedtoproveclientclaimsontheirproducts.

TheCorporate&ProfessionalDevelopmentCenterislocatedat1020MapleStreet,Suite101.Phone 231‐591‐5819,Tollfree866‐880‐7674,Fax231‐591‐5821.Websitewww.ferris.edu/cpd TheCenterforCertificationTraining&Testingislocatedat1020MapleStreet,117.Phoneis231‐591‐ 5822,TollFree866‐880‐7674,Fax231‐591‐5821.Websitewww.ferris.edu/cpd

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EXTENDEDANDINTERNATIONALOPERATIONS

ThroughtheactivitiesofExtendedandInternationalOperationstheimpactandreachofFerrisextends beyondthemaincampus,anentrepreneurialviewofbusinessandcurriculumdevelopmentis cultivated,andsupportanddirectionaregiventopromoteaglobalviewfortheentireFerris community.

FerrisStatewide Forthosestudentsthatarerootedintheirhomecommunitiestoofarfromthemaincampusto commute,Ferrisoperatesoff‐campuslocationsthroughoutthestate,oftenpartneringwiththelocal communitycollege.Currentlytotaling19sites,theselocationsdeliverFerris‐degreeprogramsto studentswhowouldotherwisenothaveaccesstohighereducation.

FerrisOnline Deliveringonlinedegrees,certificates,andcoursesthathelpstudentsbalancetheirpersonaland professionalliveswiththeirdesiretolearn.

OfficeofInternationalEducation TheworkoftheOfficeofInternationalEducationistoprovidesupporttointernationalstudents, coordinateStudyAbroadandexchangeprograms,coordinatetheIntensiveEnglishProgram,facilitate anInternationalSummerSchool,andsponsorprogrammingthatsupportstheuniversitygoalof becomingagloballydiverseandawarecommunity.

EntrepreneurialInstituteandIncubator ThenewestbranchofExtendedandInternationalOperations,theinstituteisbuildingcurriculumand programsthatwillcultivateacommunityofentrepreneurshipwithinthestudentbody.TheIncubator, onceoperational,willprovidesupportandalocationforstudentsastheybuildandtesttheir entrepreneurialideas.

CollegeofProfessionalandTechnologicalStudies Presentlymaturingintotheuniversity'sacademicprogramincubator,CPTSwasfirstestablishedin 1999withthemissiontodevelopacademicprogramsthatmetthechangingandexpandingneedsof Michigan'sbusiness,industryandthecommunityatlarge.Todatetheseincludedegreesindigital media,informationsecurity,industrialmanagement,moleculardiagnostics,andcommunitycollege leadership.

ConferenceandProfessionalServices TheCPSteamprovidesconferencedesignanddevelopmentconsultationservicesthatinclude planning,strategy,andimplementation.Tohelpensureprogramssucceed,theyassistwithmarketing andpromotion,financialmanagement,contracts,registration,siteselection,facilitiesarrangements, on‐siteservices,andevaluations.

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FERRISLIBRARYFORINFORMATION,TECHNOLOGY,ANDEDUCATION(FLITE) FLITEopenedonMarch12,2001,asapremierresearchfacilityintegratingmoderntechnologywith traditionalinformationresources.Designedforflexibilityandversatility,FLITEcontinuestoadapttothe world'sadvancingdigitalage.TheLibraryhouses195publiccomputers(185PCsandtenMacs,which includesaMacDesignCenterofeightcomputersloadedwithdesignsoftware),approximately1,000 portstoaccommodatelaptopaccessandfutureexpansion,wirelessconnectivity,seatingfor1,300 visitors,and54individualandgroupstudyrooms.Amongitscustomer‐service‐orientedattributes,FLITE containsanextended‐hoursstudyarea,afamilystudyroomforvisitorsaccompaniedbychildren,anda foodcourtwithvendedbeveragesandsnacks.StudentsusingFLITEhaveaccesstolaptopcomputers andscanners.Anassistive‐technologieslaboratoryfacilitatesthelearningandresearchofstudents requiringspecialaccommodations. FLITEservesasagatewaytoavarietyofinformationresourcesavailablebothon‐siteandoff‐campusin printanddigitalformats.FLITEhousesacollectionofmorethan300,000printvolumesandprovides accesstoonlinedatabases,referenceresources,andmorethan60,000electronicjournals,newspapers, andmagazines.FLITEisaFederalDepositoryLibraryforU.S.GovernmentDocumentsandaPatentand TrademarkDepositoryLibrary.TheLibrary’sonlinecatalogsanddigitalresourcesareavailablethrough theFLITEWebsiteathttp://www.ferris.edu/library/.Interlibraryloananddocumentdeliveryservices areofferedtoallfaculty,staff,andstudents,includingdistance‐educationstudents,allowingusers accesstoanimmeasurablenumberofadditionalresources.Faculty,staff,andstudentscanreceivehelp usingtheseresourcesbyphone,email,orreal‐timechatreferenceservice,submittingelectronicforms viatheWebsite,orin‐personattheReferenceDeskinFLITE.Studentsandfacultycanalsorequest referenceandresearchassistancefromsubject‐specialistlibrarians.Facultycanalsosearchandreserve titlesinthe“MediaBooking”collection,whichincludesmediaresourcesforin‐classroomuse. FLITEtakesfulladvantageofadvancedtechnologiestoexpandopportunitiesforteachingandlearning. TheLibrarycontainsfourinstructionalstudiosequippedwith20to30computerstations,aninstructor's workstation,soundandprojectionequipment,TV/VCR,andDVD.Allinstructionalstudiosare“smart classrooms”andincludeadocucam.Additionalequipmentsuchassmartboards,laptopcomputers,and wirelessmicrophonesareavailableuponrequest.Theinstructionalstudiosallowlibrariansandother facultytoteachtheinformation‐seekingandcritical‐thinkingskillsnecessarytoevaluateinformation resources.TheinformationliteracyprogramstartswiththebasicsintheFerrisStateUniversitySeminar (FSUS)coursesandprovidesinstructioninlibraryuseandresearchtoclassesuponrequestof instructors.Inadditiontoinstructionalstudios,FLITEalsocontainssixseminarroomsofvarioussizesto accommodatelibraryinstructionclasses,meetings,andprofessionaldevelopmentactivities. TheFSUMediaProductionunitisalsohousedinFLITE.ThemissionofMediaProductionistoprovide assistancetofaculty,staff,andstudentsinthedesign,development,implementation,anddistribution ofmedia‐relatedresourcesinsupportofFerrisinstructionandactivities.Activitiesrangefrom videographytographicdesignandproductiontocreatingDVDsfromslidecollections.FLITEalsohouses theFacultyCenterforTeachingandLearningandtheOfficeforMulticulturalStudentServices.

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FERRISLIBRARYFORINFORMATION,TECHNOLOGY,ANDEDUCATION(FLITE) 2010‐2011Statistics Services‐July2010toJune2011 Hoursopen

95.5/week

Circulationoflibrarymaterials(notincludingreserves)

21,192

Reservecirculation

2,920

Studyroomcheckouts

32,122

Seminarandinstructionroomcheckouts

2,602

Libraryinstructionsessions

491

Referencedeskquestions

4,549

Chatrefsessions

1,807

Interlibraryborrowing

8,266

Interlibrarylending

9,784

Titlescatalogued

10,537

Access/Holdings‐July2010 Totalprintvolumes(booksandboundjournals)

309,710

Periodicalsubscriptions(printandmicroform)

526

Periodicaltitlesavailableinallformats(print,electronic,microform)

69,328

Cataloguedelectronicbooks

114,397

Informationresourcedatabases

130

Newmonographtitlespurchased

2,234

Archivalholdings(cubicfeet)

4,367

Publiccomputers

195

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GIFTSTOTHEUNIVERSITY PrivategivingtotheUniversityinfiscalyear2011totaled$6,896,445includingcashcontributionsof $5,468,150andin‐kindgiftsof$1,428,295.

Contributionsmaybemadeinmanyways: • Giftsfromalumniandparents • Giftsfrombusinessandindustry,includingcash,equipment,andmaterials • Giftsandgrantsfromfoundations • Matchinggifts(companiesorcorporatefoundationsmatchtheiremployees’giftstoFerrisfroma one‐to‐onetoafour‐to‐oneratio) • Giftsinmemoryorhonorofindividuals • GiftsthroughnamingFerrisStateUniversityasabeneficiaryinestateplans Donorsocietiesrecognizeextraordinarygenerosity: • WoodbridgeN.FerrisSociety:$1,000,000cashorin‐kindgifts • HelenGillespieFerrisSociety:$750,000cashorin‐kindgifts • AbigailTimmeSmithSociety:Allplannedgifts$35,000ormore • LegacySociety:$500,000cashorin‐kindgifts • CrimsonandGoldSociety:$1,000cashorin‐kindgiftsfromgraduatesof5yearsorless • PhoenixSociety:$100,000incashorin‐kindgifts • OldMainSociety:$50,000cashorin‐kindgifts • Founder’sSociety:$25,000incashorin‐kindgifts • President’sSociety:$10,000incashorin‐kindgifts • Dean’sClub:Annualgiftof$500‐$999withfundingdesignatedtoaspecificcollegeorprogram • CarillonSociety:$250,000cashorin‐kindgifts

Athleticboosterclubshelpstudent‐athletes: • BulldogAthleticAssociation:thefundraisingarmofFerrisStateAthletics,giftssupportour student‐athletesin15intercollegiateprograms.Legends$2,500,HallofFame$1,000,Coaches $500,All‐American$250,All‐Conference$100,Crimson&Gold$50. • BluelineClub:Giftsaredesignatedtosupportthevarsityhockeyprogram.HobeyBaker$1,000+, AllAmerican$500‐$999,AllConference$300‐$499,Captain$100‐$299,Member$50‐$99 • GridironClub:Giftsaredesignatedtosupportthefootballprogram.HallofFame$1,000+, Coaches$500‐$999andAll‐Conference$125‐$499. • ReboundersClub:Giftsaredesignatedtosupportthemen’sbasketballprogram. Company/CommunityMember$500+,MemberPlus$250‐$499,IndividualMember$50‐$249. • SixthDawgClub:Giftsaredesignatedtosupportthewomen’sbasketballprogram.All‐American $250+,GLIACAll‐Conference$100‐$249,FSUTeamMember$25‐$99. • TheGallery:Giftsaredesignatedtosupportthemen’sandwomen’sgolfteams.All‐American $300+,All‐Conference$150‐$299,TeamPlayer$50‐$149.

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HOUSING&RESIDENCELIFE

Livingoncampushasproventofosterstudentengagementandimproveoverallstudentsuccess.Ferris StateUniversityon‐campushousingprovidesenvironmentsthatareclean,comfortable,safeand conducivetosupportingtheacademicmissionoftheUniversity.Morespecifically,livingintheresidence hallsenhancesandcompletesthelearningthatoccursattheUniversity. Studentgrowthisenhancedthroughexposuretootherpointsofview,experiencingdiversepopulations andlearningtoliveinterdependentlyinacommunityofpeers.Livingwithothershelpsresidents developcopingskillsandexperimentwithresponsibledecision‐makinginasafeenvironment. Avarietyofhousinganddiningoptionsallowsstudentstheopportunitytocreatetheenvironmentin whichtheyfeelmostcomfortable.Amenitiesincludewiredandwirelessinternetconnectionsineach residencehall,achoiceofdoubleorprivaterooms,health,wellnessandsubstance‐freeliving,thefirst‐ yearexperienceandmanyotherthemedhousingoptions.Cabletelevision,availableineveryroom, includesHDandmoviechannels.Washersanddryersarelocatedonvirtuallyeveryfloor,mailis deliveredtoeachresidencehall,andresidencehallsareequippedtoprovideafeelofhomewithsuch itemsasboardgames,largescreentelevisions,overstuffedfurnitureandhall‐sponsoredactivities. Livingintheresidencehallsisaneducationalendeavor.Staffprovidesocialandeducational programmingaimedatbuildingcohesivecommunitiesoneachfloor.Whilehallstaffareinplaceto assistinmaintainingcommunitystandards,residentsareremindedthatmaintainingcommunity standardsisasharedresponsibility. Theuniversityapartmentcommunityconsistsofthewestcampustownhousesandthesouthcampus apartmentcomplexes.Thewestcampuscomplexhas150two‐bedroomand50three‐bedroom unfurnishedtownhouseswhicharedesignedtoprovideaneighborhoodatmosphereforfamiliesand singlestudentsalike. Thesouthcampusapartmentcomplexconsistsof88traditionalone‐andtwo‐bedroomunits.Theyare designedforsinglestudentsandhavelaundryfacilitiesineachbuilding. TheEastCampusSuitesareneitherresidencehallsnorapartments.Rather,thisnewstyleofon‐campus housingcombinesthebestofbothworlds.Eachofthethree3‐storybuildingsishometo100students. Exteriordoorsarelocked24/7utilizingthesamecardswipeaccessandbluelight/callboxphone securitysystemasourresidencehalls.Eachbuildinghouses244‐bedroomsuitesand22‐bedroom suites.Everystudenthastheirownfurnishedbedroomandsharesafullbathroomwithoneother student.Afurnishedlivingroomandfullkitchencomplementthefeelingofhomeeachsuiteprovides. Withamenitiessuchasairconditioning,garbagedisposal,wirelessconnectivity,campuscabletelevision andmore,thesuitesaresuretobeacampusfavoriteforgenerationstocome. Fullyaccessibleresidencehalls,townhousesandsuitesareavailableforstudentswithspecialneeds. LearnmoreofwhattheOfficeofHousing&ResidenceLifehastoofferonlineat http://www.ferris.edu/housing.

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INFORMATIONTECHNOLOGYSERVICES TheInformationTechnologyServices(ITS)departmenttakescareofthecomputingneedsofthe universitycommunity.TheTechnologyAssistanceCenter(TAC)isthefirstpointofcontactforstudents, faculty,staffandothersassociatedwiththeuniversitytogetcomputerhelp.Customerscancontact TACviaphone,chat,oremail;orlookforanswersonuniversitystandardhardware,software,and systemsonourwebsite(www.ferris.edu/techsupport).TheTAChandlesapproximately33,000work ordersayear. Tosupporttheeducationalprocess,theITSmanagesthesoftwareandhardwareonroughly4,250 university‐ownedcomputerstationslocatedinclassrooms,publicaccesslabs,andfaculty/staffoffices. Manyoftheclassroomsalsohavespecializedequipmenttoaidinstructionsuchasdigitalprojectors, studentfeedbacksystems(“clickers”),andmultimediaplaybackandrecordingsystems. InformationTechnologyServicesmaintainsover220serverstorunthebusinessoftheuniversity community.ThemainsystemsincludeFerrisConnect,theon‐linelearning/coursemanagementsystem; MyFSU,thecampusportalsystem;andBanner,theuniversityrecordssystem.FerrisConnecthostsfully onlinecoursesforstudentsallovertheworld,andprovidesthetoolstoenhancestudentlearningand assessmentformanyon‐campuscoursesaswell. Computersallacrosscampuscanaccesstheinternetandotheruniversityservicesviathehigh‐speed network.Wiredand/orwirelessaccessisavailableinmostplacesoncampus,witheachofthe3,000 residencehallroomsandcampusapartmentshavingatleastonewirednetworkjack.ITSalsomaintains thecable,emergencymanagement,andphoneservicesfortheuniversity. Students,facultyandstaffcangetrepairsontheirpersonallyownedcomputersforanominalcharge, andpurchaseselectMicrosoft,Adobe,andAutoCADtitlesforpersonaluseatsignificantlyreduced pricesthroughtheStudentTechnologyServicesdepartment,locatedintheWestbuilding.Studentscan havetheircomputerssetuptoconnecttothenetworkfornochargeatthestartoffallsemesterviathe iConnectprogram. INTRAMURALANDRECREATIONALSPORTS Annually,morethanhalfofthestudentbodyparticipatesinorganizedrecreationalsportsactivities, includingextensiveintramuralandclub‐sportprograms.Otherstudentsparticipateininformal recreationactivities.Ferrisprovidesamplefacilitiesforathleticsandrecreation,includingaStudent RecreationCenterwithpool,weightroom,basketballandvolleyballcourtsandindoortrack;agolf course;asportscomplexincludingfullandhalf‐sizeicerinks,additionalbasketballandvolleyballcourts; racquetballcourtsandindoorandoutdoortenniscourts.

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KENDALLCOLLEGEOFARTANDDESIGNOFFERRISSTATEUNIVERSITY KendallCollegeofArtandDesignbeganin1928throughagenerousendowmentprovidedbyHelenM. Kendallasamemorialtoherhusband,DavidWolcottKendall,knownastheDeanofAmericanFurniture Designers.HelenKendallenvisionedaschoolwhosegraduateswouldbeleadersintheworldofartand design,andthroughoutit*history,KendallCollegeofArtandDesignhaspreparedgenerationsof studentsforcareersasprofessionalartistsanddesigners.Inaddition,KendallCollegeofArtandDesign isanactivepartnerwiththecommunity,annuallyprovidingmorethan2,000childrenandadultswith theopportunitytopursuecoursesinartanddesignthroughoneoftherichestandmostvaried continuing‐studiesprogramsintheUnitedStates. In1996,theBoardofTrusteesofKendallCollegeofArtandDesignvotedtomergeKendallwithFerris StateUniversity,aprocessthatwascompletedinDecember2000.Foundedin1884asFerrisIndustrial School,FerrisStateUniversityisdedicatedtoprovidinganeducationthatpreparesitsstudentsfor professionalcareers.FerrisStatealsoseeks,throughitseducationalprograms,appliedresearchand expertise,tosupportandstrengthentheeconomyofMichiganandthenation. Incombiningthesetwodistinctiveinstitutions,theBoardsofbothKendallandFerrishaveforgeda unionthatoffersstudentstheeducationalopportunitiesandstrengthsofeachinstitution.Attheheart ofbothinstitutionsisthecommitmentthatgraduatesarepreparedtopursueprofessionalcareers.Each institutionsharesadedicationtoeducationalexcellenceandinnovationcoupledwithpractical application.Aspartners,thetwoinstitutionswillbuilduponandexpandtheuniqueeducational opportunitiestheyofferinworld‐classprogramsinart,design,andtechnology. AsacollegewithinFerrisStateUniversity,KendallCollegeofArtandDesignpreparesstudentsfor leadershipinthevisualarts,design,arthistory,andarteducation;providesinnovative,collaborative educationthatfostersintellectualgrowthandindividualcreativity;andpromotesawarenessofethical andcivicresponsibilitiesofartistsanddesigners,locallyandglobally. KendallCollegeofArtandDesignofFerrisStateUniversityiscommittedtotheprincipleofequal opportunityineducationandemployment.Itisthepolicyoftheuniversitytoprohibitunlawful discriminationinconnectionwithanyaspectofeducationalprogramsoropportunities,servicestothe public,oremployment,onthebasisofrace,color,religionorcreed,nationalorigin,sex,age,marital status,veteranormilitarystatus,height,weight,protecteddisability,oranyothercharacteristic prohibitedbyapplicablestateorfederallawsorregulations.Inaddition,althoughnotmandatedbylaw, itisthepolicyoftheuniversitytoprohibitdiscriminationineducationandemploymentonthebasisof sexualorientation.

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KENDALLCOLLEGEOFARTANDDESIGNOFFERRISSTATEUNIVERSITY(continued) ThisPolicyonNon‐Discriminationisdesignedtoexpresstheuniversity'sintentandcommitmentto complywiththerequirementsofstateandfederalnon‐discriminationlaws.Thispolicyandallother policiesandproceduresoftheuniversityshallbeinterpretedandappliedco‐extensivelywithsuchlaws. Thispolicyshallnotbeinterpretedascreatinganylegallyenforceablerights,contractualorotherwise, thataregreaterthanthoseexistingunderapplicablenon‐discriminationlaws.Theprohibitionagainst discriminationonthebasisofsexualorientationdoesnotapplytotheuniversity'srelationshipswith outsideorganizations,includingthefederalgovernment,themilitary,ROTC,andprivateemployers. Nothingcontainedinthispolicyshallbeconstruedasprohibitingtheuniversityfromapplyingbonafide occupationalqualifications. Theuniversityreaffirmsitspolicyofadministeringallofitseducationalprograms,andrelatedsupport servicesandbenefits,inamannerthatdoesnotdiscriminatewithrespecttoastudentorprospective studentinanywaythatviolatestheuniversity'spolicyonnon‐discrimination.Theuniversityis committedtoprovidingeducationrelevanttoachangingsocietytoallstudentswhohavethe motivationtosucceedandtheabilitytobenefitfromtheopportunityandhavebeenadmittedtothe university.Apracticeofaffirmativerecruitmentandretentionofmembersofunder‐representedor disadvantagedpopulationssupportsthispolicyofopportunityandaccessibility.Thispolicyappliesto eachandeveryphaseofeducationalprograms,servicesandbenefits,includingrecruitment, applications,admissions,enrollment,counselingandguidance,financialassistance,degree requirements,athletics,studentlifeandotheractivities. Theuniversityreaffirmsitspolicyofprovidingsocial,culturalandotherservices,consistentwithits mission,inamannerthatdoesnotdiscriminatewithrespecttomembersofthepublicinanywaythat violatestheuniversity'spolicyonnon‐discrimination.Thispolicyappliestoeachandeveryphaseofall servicestothepublicconductedbytheuniversity,orbyuniversity‐sanctionedorganizations,orat facilitiesunderthecontroloftheuniversity. Asaconditionofenrollment,studentsconsenttotheuseofanyworksproducedbythemwhilea studentatKendallCollegeofArtandDesignofFerrisStateUniversityforthepurposeofpublicizingand promotingtheuniversity.Kendallwillaffixacopyrightnoticetoallmaterialscontainingstudents’work. Thisinformationrepresentsthebestdataavailableatthetimeofpublication.KendallCollegeofArtand DesignofFerrisStateUniversityreservestherighttochangethecontentsofthiscatalogatanytime withoutnotice,andbecausethiscatalogisforinformationalpurposesonly,itdoesnotestablishany contractualrelationshipwiththeuniversity.

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KENDALLCOLLEGEOFARTANDDESIGNOFFERRISSTATEUNIVERSITY(continued) AspartofFerrisStateUniversity,KendallCollegeofArtandDesignisaccreditedby: TheHigherLearningCommissionof theNorthCentralAssociationofCollegesandSchools 230SouthLaSalleStreet,Suite7‐500 Chicago,IL60604‐1413 800.621.7440 KendallCollegeofArtandDesignofFerrisStateUniversityisanaccreditedinstitutionalmemberof: TheNationalAssociationofSchoolsofArtandDesign 11250RogerBaconDrive,Suite21 Reston,VA22090 703.437.0700 andKendall’sInteriorDesignprogramisaccreditedby: TheCouncilforInteriorDesignAccreditation 206GrandvilleSW GrandRapids,MI49503‐2822 616.458.0400 KendallCollegeofArtandDesignofFerrisStateUniversityisauthorizedunderthelawsoftheStateof Michigantogrant: BachelorofFineArtsin: BachelorofSciencein: ArtEducationwithK12ArtEducationCertification ArtHistory‐Studio DigitalMedia Academic Drawing MasterofArtEducation Drawing‐PrintmakingFocus MasterofFineArtsin: FurnitureDesign Drawing GraphicDesign Painting Illustration Photography IndustrialDesign Printmaking InteriorDesign MasterofBusinessAdministration Metals/JewelryDesign CertificateinDesignandInnovationManagement Painting (aspartofFerrisStateUniversity’sMBAprogram) Photography Sculpture/FunctionalArt

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ENTERTAINMENTUNLIMITED EntertainmentUnlimited,thecampusprogrammingboard,isresponsibleforcoordinatingmorethan30 student‐producedeventseachyearincludingcomedyshows,films,noveltiesandlivecontemporary musicperformances.EntertainmentUnlimitedalsoprogramstheStudentSpeakerSerieswhichbrings6‐ 8speakerstocampuseachyear.TheMusicIndustryManagementAssociationhelpsstudentsget experiencebehindthescenesofproducinglivecampusentertainmentthroughtheirannualAutumn AliveConcert. STUDENTAFFAIRS ThedivisionofStudentAffairsprovidesavarietyofservicesforstudentsthroughthefollowing departments:BirkamHealthCenter,CareerServices,CounselingCenter,EnrollmentServices,Officeof Multi‐CulturalStudentServices,RankinStudentCenter,StudentLeadership&Activities,Student Conduct,StudentLife,andUniversityRecreation.Allofthesedepartmentsworkwithstudentsto enhancetheiruniversityexperience. TheOfficeofStudentLeadership&Activitieshelpsstudentsuseandgrowtheirtalentsthroughcampus andcommunityinvolvement.Tokeepstudentsinvolvedandconnectedtotheuniversity,thereare morethan200registeredstudentorganizations(RSOs),includingsportsclubs,Greek‐letter organizations,spiritualgroups,academicsocietiesandprofessionalassociations.TheStudentVolunteer CenterrefershundredsofFerrisstudentseachyeartoareaagenciesseekingvolunteers.Avarietyof leadershipprogramsareofferedthroughouttheyeartohelpstudentsdevelopmarketableleadership andmanagementskills. STUDENTEMPLOYMENT TheStudentEmploymentOfficeislocatedintheTimmeCenterforStudentServices.Ourgoalisto assiststudentsinfindingpart‐timeemploymentthatwillprovideincomewhileattendingFerrisaswell ashelpthemlearntransitionalskillsthatwillbenefitthemupongraduation.Thereareapproximately 2,400studentemployeesoncampuseveryyear.Inadditiontohelpingstudentsfindjobsoncampuswe offeroff‐campusjobpostingsforareabusinesses.WeparticipateintheFederalCommunityService WorkStudyprogramthatallowsstudentstoworkincommunity‐basedpositionsintheareasuchasthe localfoodpantry,workingasareadingtutorforlocalstudents,orthelocalrecyclingcenter.Students mayalsosignupfortheQuickCashprogramthatputsthemintouchwithlocalresidentswhoare lookingtohirestudentsforoddjobssuchasyardwork,painting,etc.MoreinformationonStudent Employmentcanbefoundonourwebpage http://www.ferris.edu/admissions/financialaid/studemploy.html.Havingapart‐timejobwhilegoingto schoolisagreatwaytointeractwithothers,learnvaluablejobskillsandearnsomespendingmoneyso youcankeepyourstudentloanstoaminimum!

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POINTSOFINTEREST AlumniBuilding(1929)‐Theoldestbuildingoncampusandtheonlybuildingtosurvivethefirein1950. IthousestheUniversityArchivesandExtendedandInternationalOperations,whichoverseesFerris Statewide,FerrisOnline,theCollegeofProfessionalandTechnologicalStudies,Conferenceand ProfessionalServices,andtheOfficeofInternationalEducation.Classroomsandfacultyofficesforthe CollegeofArtsandSciencesarealsointhisbuilding. ArtsandSciencesCommons(1996)‐housesArtsandSciencesfacultyandadministrativeoffices, Retention&StudentSuccessfacultyandadministrativeoffices,theAcademicSupportCenter,theCard WildlifeEducationCenter,theMathScienceTechnologyCenter,andfeatures"TheVisionary,"amural‐ oneofthelargestofitstypeintheworld‐depictingthehistoryofFSU,andtheWritingCenterwhich providespeertutoringtoassiststudentswithwritingandstudyskills.ThisbuildingconnectstheScience andStarrBuildings. AutomotiveCenter(formerTechnicalandAppliedArtsCenter)(1956)‐Comprisestheinstructionaland lecturefacilitiesforAutomotiveServices,AutomotiveManagementandAutomotiveEngineering Technology. BishopHall/CollegeofEducation(1967)‐Builtasaresidencehall,itwasremodeledin1986tohouse theCollegeofEducation&HumanServicesadministrativeofficesandclassrooms.Tot’sPlaceisalso locatedinBishop. BusinessBuilding(1970)‐TheCollegeofBusinesshousesclassroomsandcomputerlabs(Mac,PC,and Networking),aswellasadministrativeandfacultyoffices.Thefacilityalsoincludesanauditoriumthat accommodatesinexcessof200. CreativeArtsCenter(1965)‐Thisbuildinghousesthestudios,classrooms,andfacultyofficesneededfor theStudioArtsintheCollegeofArtsandSciences. EwiglebenSportsComplex/IceArena(1974)‐Comprisestwoindooricerinksandarecreationalwing withfacilitiesforintercollegiatehockey,recreationalhockeyandskating,basketball,andvolleyball,all completedin1975.Anadditioncompletedin1981includesacombativeroom,fitnessandsports‐ medicinefacilitiesandamini‐arena.

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FerrisLibraryforInformation,Technology,andEducation(FLITE)(2001)‐Locatedintheheartofthe maincampus,FLITEfeaturesavarietyofworkandstudyspaces,includinganinformationcommons,4 instructionalstudios,6seminarrooms,54individualandgroupstudyrooms,areadingroom,andan extended‐hoursstudyarea,allwithwirelessaccesscapability.FLITEhasatotalseatingcapacityof1,300, morethan350,000totalvolumes(booksandperiodicals),and195publiccomputers.TheFLITEwebpage providesaccesstoabroadcollectionofelectronicdatabases,documents,booksandjournals.FLITEisa U.S.GovernmentDocumentsDepository,aPatentandTrademarkDepositoryLibraryforwesternlower Michigan,andadepositoryfortheU.S.BureauoftheCensus.FLITEalsohousestheFacultyCenterfor TeachingandLearning,andtheOfficeforMulticulturalStudentServices. G.MennenWilliamsAuditorium(1961)‐ThisfacilityhousesFSU’stheaterprogramandalsoservesas themajormultipurposeauditoriumfortheFSUcampus.Withseatingfor1,644,WilliamsAuditorium hostsmusical,dramatic,cultural,andconvocationeventsthroughouttheyear.Italsoisavailablefor publicrentalusewhenschedulingallows. GrangerCenterforConstruction&HVACR‐TheGrangerCenterforConstructionandHVACRisastate‐ of‐the‐artfacility‐aninteractivelearningcenterwhereallstructuralsteel,processpiping,mechanical systems,andelectricalsystemsareexposedorvisiblebehindglass.TheCenterfocusesonboththeory andapplication.Itslaboratoryfacilitiesprovideapractical,"hands‐on"experienceusinganextensive arrayofsophisticatedup‐to‐dateequipmentdevotedtotestingandsolvingproblemsstudentsarelikely toencounterinthefield. HeavyEquipmentCenter(1987)‐A53,000‐square‐footbuildingaccommodatingstudentsinthe2‐and 4‐yearheavyequipmenttechnologyprograms.TheHECbuildingisthelargestfacilityinthecountry dedicatedtoeducateandtraingraduatesforentryintotheheavyequipmentindustryworkforce; additionally,itishometotheHeavyEquipmentServiceEngineeringTechnologyB.S.Degree,theonly oneofitskindintheU.S. HolidayInnHotelandConferenceCenter(1990)‐ThefacilityislocatedadjacenttotheKatkeGolf Courseandoverlooksthecampus.The98,000square‐footcomplexhousesmeetingandbanquet facilities,118guestroomsandarestaurant.Theconferencefacilitiesareusedforcontinuingeducation activities,conferencesandworkshops. InterdisciplinaryResourceCenter(1969)‐Containsonelargelecturehallseating120,fiveclassrooms withstate‐of‐the‐artteachingtechnologyseating30‐50,televisionstudios,andtheOfficeof InternationalEducationthatincludesonecomputerclassroom.Thesecondfloorhousesfacultyfromthe CollegeofBusiness.

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KatkeGolfCourse(est.1974)‐Katkeisafullservice18‐holechampionshipgolfcoursethatmeasures 6,847yards(sloperating141/73.7)fromtheBulldogtees,6,333(sloperating138/71.2)fromthe Crimsontees,5,891(sloperating135/69.0)fromtheSilverteesand4,966(sloperating115/68.9) fromtheGoldtees. Thestate‐of‐the‐artpracticefacilityincludes100,000squarefeetofgrassteeingspace,sixtargetgreens, alargeshortgameareathatincludesachippingareaandbunkerforgreensideorfairwaybunkershots and2practicegreenswithover15,000squarefeetofspace.Thepracticefacilityisencompassedbya3‐ holepracticecoursethatincludestwopar4smeasuring325yardseachanda150yardpar3. Ourfull‐serviceclubhousesitsatopthehighestpointinMecostaCountywithexcellentviewsbackto campus.TheclubhousefacilitiesincludetheFoundersGrilleRestaurantwhichfeaturesawidevarietyof foodandbeverageoptions;a1,000squarefootmulti‐purposeroomthatholdsupto75peoplefor meetingsorsmallparties;men'sandwomen'slockerroomsandagolfshopstockedcompletewithallof yourgolfingneeds. AstaffofPGAgolfprofessionalsisavailabletoprovidetournamentservices,golfclinics,privatevideo lessonsandclubfittingsbyappointment.ThegolfcourseisconvenientlylocatedadjacenttotheHoliday InnHotelandConferenceCenteronthefarwestpointofcampus. McKessyHouse(1989)‐McKessyHouse,resemblinganOldEnglishcottageonCedarStreet,northof WilliamsAuditorium,waspurchasedbyFerrisStateUniversityin1989asaresultofa*generousgiftfrom GeraldMcKessy,a1929graduateofFerris’scollege‐preparatoryprogramwhowentontograduatefrom theDetroitCollegeofLawin1933.Mr.McKessywasachartermemberofthePresidentsClub,a memberofthePhoenixSociety,afoundingfatheroftheAlumniFoundation,a12‐yearmemberofthe BoardofDirectorsoftheAlumniAssociationandarecipientoftheDistinguishedAlumnusAwardin 1971forthegenerousdonationofhistimeandtalentstoFerrisStateUniversity.Mr.McKessydonated stock,theproceedsofwhichwereusedtobuythehouse,barnandtwoacresthatisnowutilizedas parkingandadditionalArtsandSciencesclassroomspace.Mr.McKessy’sgiftalsomadeitpossibleto remodelthehousewhichiscurrentlyoccupiedbytheDivisionofGovernmentalRelationsandGeneral Counsel.Thisdivisionisresponsibleforgovernmentalandcommunityrelations,legalaffairs,equal opportunity,andlaborrelations.

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MichiganArtWalk(1996)‐TheMichiganArtWalkisanongoingprojectwherebyoriginalpiecesofart workcreatedbyMichiganartistsareinstalledthroughoutcampusandlinkedbyameanderingpathway, ultimatelyreachingintotheBigRapidscommunity.TheinauguralsculptureoftheMichiganArtWalk,by AnnArbor‐basedartistBarronNaegel,wasinstalledinthefallof1996.Alsoinstalledinthefallof1996 wereawallsculpturebyDanielRoache,undertheauspicesofthePresidentialArtCollection,andthe mainpanelofRobertBarnum’s“TheVisionary,”whichdepictsthehistoryofFerrisStateUniversity.The unveilingof“Escape,”anoutdoorsculpturebyR.FarringtonSharp,onOctober17,1997continuedthe project,alongwiththesidepanelsof“TheVisionary”whichwereunveiledonFebruary20,1998, completingBarnum’striptych.“TotemStack,”asculpturebyFerndaleartistAlbertYoung,wasunveiled onMay7,1998.“Muse”byIrinaA.Koukhanova,wasdedicatedonNovember19,1998,andsculptor FritzOlsen's"Ripples"wasunveiledNovember19,1999.LoisTeicher’sfunctionalpiece,"BenchWith ThreeDeepSeats,"wasdedicatedonJune14,2000.“FerrisArch,”alimestonesculpturebyKenneth Thompson,wasdedicatedOctober10,2001.MarkChatterley’s“JourneytotheBodyCollective”,aflying wallsculpturelocatedinthereadingroomatFLITE,wasdedicatedonOctober29,2002.Robert Barnum’s“OfThoughtandReason,”a130‐foot‐long,10‐foot‐tallpaintingoncanvaslocatedinFLITE’s ExtendedStudyAreawasunveiledonAugust28,2003.RayKatz’s“Celebration,”alarge‐scalemetal sculpture,wasunveiledSeptember3,2004.The“TOSTRIVE,TOSEEK,TOFIND”sculptureisdedicated tothe125thanniversaryofFSU.ThesculpturewascreatedinapartnershipbetweenFerrisFineArts andthecampusWeldingEngineeringTechnologyProgramandwasfundedundertheFSUFestivalofthe Arts.Importantcomments,quotesorsayingsaboutFerrisarecutintothefigureformsupportplates redefiningviewerresponseandincreasinglevelofcontent.TheArtWalkpiecescanbeviewedonthe Ferriswebsitealongwithinformationabouttheartists. MusicCenter(1962)‐TheMusicCenterislocatedintheheartofthecampusatthefootoftheCarillon ClockToweronthesouthendofthequad“greenspace”andjustnorthofTopTaggartField(football stadium).Thisfacilityoffersrehearsalandpracticespaceforallvarietiesofensembles.Thebandroom canaccommodategroupsofupto100musiciansandtheChoralRoomprovidesroomfor60musicians. Privatepracticeroomsareavailableandareidealforindividualpracticeorsmallgroupsof2‐3persons. Eachpracticeroomcontainsanacousticpiano.TheHumanitiesDepartmentmaintainsthese instruments(regulartuning,etc.)asaservicetocurrentlyenrolledstudents.Thepianolabhas12 stations(full‐sizekeyboards)whichareusedforgroupinstructionandpracticeforthoseenrolledin musicclasses.Themusicfacultyandensembledirector’sofficesarealsointheMusicCenter.

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NationalElastomerCenterforPlasticsandRubberTechnology(1987)‐TheFerrisPlasticsandRubber programisthelargestandmostrespectedundergraduateprogramofitskindintheUnitedStates.The PlasticsB.S.programwasstartedin1982andcontinuestofillagreatneedinthegrowingplastics industryfortechnicallytrainedpersonnel.Ferrisgraduatesgainimmediatestatusasrecognized technicalleaders.Thisinnovativeprogramprovidesstudentswithabackgroundthatincludestopics suchasprocessing,materialtestingandproperties,andmoldandproductdesign.Classesemphasize hands‐onlearning,usingthesametypeofequipmentthatiscurrentlyusedinindustry.ThePlastics buildingwasexpandedin1998,andrenamedthe"NationalElastomerCenter"toincludeeducational spaceforthenewRubberdegrees.TheRubberprogramisauniqueeducationalexperiencewith graduatesbeingsoughtafterbytherubberindustry.Courseworkfollowstheoriginalplasticsdegreein processing,testing,anddesignbutalsoincludesrubbercompounding.Theplasticsandrubberindustry hasshownsupportfortheFerrisprogramsbysponsoringtheconstructionofthePlasticsBuildingin 1987andtheexpansionin1998withfundingforequipmentandsupplies,providingjobexperienceby employingourstudentsforsummerinternshipsandfinallyhiringourgraduates. MichiganCollegeofOptometry(2011)‐Thisstate‐of‐the‐art87,000sq.ft.buildingistheuniversity's firstLeadershipinEnergyandEnvironmentalDesign(LEED)certifiedbuilding.Thefacilityhousesthe officesandclassroomsoftheMichiganCollegeofOptometry,aswellastheteachinglaboratories includingtheHerbertH.andGraceA.DowInteractiveEyeLearningCenter.Itisalsothesiteofthe UniversityEyeCenter,whichprovidesclinical‐educationexperiencesforoptometryinternsandpatient visionandeyehealthservicestothepublic. PharmacyBuilding(1972)‐Designedtohouseallon‐campusoperationsoftheCollegeofPharmacy, includingspecializedlaboratoriesandthemodelpharmacy,andalsocontainsanantiquepharmacy exhibit. PresidentialArtCollection(1996)‐DanielRoachewaschosenasthefirstcontributorforacollection featuringcommissionedworksbyMichiganartistshonoringFerrispresidents.Hisaluminum,wall‐ mountedsculpturerepresentingthesevenacademiccollegeshangsintheWilliamsAuditoriumlobby.A bronzebustofPresidentByronBrophybyMidlandsculptorsJamesS.HopfenspergerandJoan Hopfensperger‐MostwasdedicatedonApril30,1999.ItisondisplayintheFerrisLibraryfor Information,Technology,andEducation(FLITE). RacquetFacility(acquiredin1980)‐Thefacilityoffers4indoortenniscourts,10outdoorhardcourts,2 outdoorclaycourts,3indoorracquetballcourts,cardiovascularandfree‐weightequipment,aerobicand fitnessclasses,tanningbooths,tennislessons,clinicsandleagueprograms,interactiveSportwall,rental equipmentandafull‐servicetennisproshop.Thisfacilityservesintramuralandintercollegiateathletes, clubtennisteam,faculty/staff,students,thegeneralpublicandasalaboratoryfortheProfessional TennisManagementprogram.

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RankinCenter(1957)‐consideredthe“campuslivingroom,”isthecenterofstudentcampusactivities. TheStudentCenterprovidesawidevarietyofservicesandactivitiestomeettheinterestandneedsof students,faculty,staffandguestsoftheuniversity.Amongtheactivitiesavailablearebilliards,table tennis,andvideogames.Alsoofferedareatelevisionlounge,computers,informationcenter,Seattle’s BestCoffeeShop,Quizno’sSubs,WestviewStudentDining,JamesL.LundbergBookstore,finearts gallery,FirstLady'sAttic,andavarietyofconferencerooms.Officesforstudentorganizationsinclude TheStudentGovernmentofFSU,EntertainmentUnlimited(programmingboard),S.E.R.V.‐Veteran's Association,andTheTorch(studentnewspaper).Ontheadministrativeside,thereareofficesfor StudentAffairs,CareerServices,DeanofStudents,StudentActivities,CateringServices,andtheStudent Center. ScienceBuilding(1956)‐Remodeledandexpandedin1967,completelyrenovatedin1997,thisbuilding providesteachingauditoria,classrooms,andsciencelaboratoriesfortheCollegeofArtsandSciences,as wellastheRawlinsonObservatory,JohnandRheaSmithGreenhouse,andReitzReadingRoom. StarrBuilding(1961)‐Completelyrenovatedin1995,studentsnowenjoynewfurnishings,state‐of‐the‐ artinstructionalequipment,multimedialabs,studyroomsandlounges.ItisFSU’slargestgeneral classroombuildingandhousestheEducationalCounselingandDisabilitiesServicesoffice;Williams Auditorium,wheredozensofliveperformancesandspecialeventsareofferedeachyear;andTheJim CrowMuseum,aprivatelydonatedcollectionofAmericanracistmemorabiliaartifacts. StudentConvocationCenter/WinkArena(1999)‐This42,000squarefootfacility,locatedadjacentto theEwiglebenIceArena,seats2,400,includingprimesectionsofchair‐backseating.Thebuilding complexfeaturesanexpandedlobbythatadjoinstheIceArenawithaproshop,concessionstands,and adisplayfortheBulldogHallofFame.ThisnewcenterservesasthehomefortheFSUmen’sand women’sbasketballprograms,andisalsousedforcommencementexercises,majorconcerts,and specialevents. StudentRecreationCenter(1998)‐TheformerHPE/WinkArenabuildingwasremodeledandreopened August30,1998.Thefacilitygivesstudents,faculty,staff,andcommunitymembersamodern gymnasium,weightroom,aerobicrooms,exercisemachines,elevatedtrack,40‐footclimbingwall,and indoorswimmingpool. SwanTechnicalCenter(1966)‐Thisbuildingcontainsmanyclassroomsandlaboratoriesdesigned specificallyforengineeringandengineeringtechnologyinstruction.Thebuildingalsocontainsofficesof severalCollegeofEngineeringTechnologyprogramcoordinatorsanddirectors.

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TimmeCenterforStudentServices(CSS)(1967)(Renovated2002)‐Astheofficial“welcomecenter”for theuniversity,theTimmeCenterforStudentServices(CSS)servesasaone‐stopservicecenterinwhich studentscanregisterforclasses,obtainfinancialaidandhousinginformation,requesttranscripts,pay bills,andinquireaboutstudentemploymentopportunities.HighlightsofTimmeCSSincludeaglass atriumthatextendsthefullheightoftheeasternsideofthebuildingandasecondatriumfacingState Street,providingnaturalsunlightandopennessforthebuilding.Formerlythecampuslibrary,theTimme CSSisaplaceofdiversity,art,historyandservice.ThefirstfloorhousestheFinancialAid,Business,and StudentEmploymentoffices;theofficesofAdmissionsandRecords,EnrollmentServices,Academic Senate,&InstitutionalResearchareonthesecondfloor.ThethirdfloorfeaturesadisplayofFerris historicalmemorabilia,aswellashousestheofficesofthePresident,Provost&VicePresidentfor AcademicAffairs,VicePresidentforStudentAffairs,VicePresidentforDiversityandInclusion, BudgetaryPlanningandAnalysis,andTesting.Thecarefullychosencombinationofofficesandservices providesawonderfulwelcometoallconstituentsinthemiddleofcampus. Tot’sPlace(instituted1987)‐LocatedonthefirstfloorofBishopHall,Tot’sPlaceChildDevelopment CenterisafullservicechildcarecenterprovidingeducationalprogramsforchildrenofFSUstudents, faculty/staff,andthesurroundingcommunity.Tot’sPlacealsoservesasalaboratoryformanyFSU academicprograms. VictorF.SpathelfCollegeofAlliedHealthSciences(1979)‐Thisfour‐levelstructurecontainsthe specializedclassrooms,laboratoriesandofficesforthestudents,facultyandadministrationofthe CollegeofAlliedHealthSciences.

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FERRISSTATEUNIVERSITYCALENDAR FallSemester,2011 Aug.24‐26 Aug.29 Sept.5 Oct.24 Nov.3 Nov.23 Nov.28 Dec.9 Dec.12 Dec.16 Dec.17 SpringSemester,2012 Jan.4‐6 Jan.9 Jan.16 Mar.3 Mar.5 Mar.12 Mar.22 Apr.5 Apr.9 Apr.27 Apr.30 May4 May4&5 SummerSemester,2012 May14 May15 May28 July4 July5 Aug.8 FallSemester,2012 Aug.22‐24 Aug.27 Sept.3 Oct.22 Nov.1 Nov.21 Nov.26 Dec.7 Dec.10 Dec.14 Dec.15

Registration Classesbegin LaborDay‐noclasses Mid‐termgradesdue LastdayforapprovedunqualifiedWgrade Thanksgivingrecessbegins Classesresume Lastdayofclasses Examinationweekbegins Lastdayofexaminationweek FallCommencement

Registration Classesbegin MartinLutherKingDay‐noclasses Springrecessbegins Mid‐termgradesdue Classesresume LastdayforapprovedunqualifiedWgrade Mid‐termbreakbegins‐noclasses Classesresume Lastdayofclasses Examinationweekbegins Lastdayofexaminationweek SpringCommencement

Registration Classesbegin MemorialDay‐noclasses IndependenceDayrecess‐noclasses LastdayforapprovedunqualifiedWgrade Lastdayofsummersemesterclasses Registration Classesbegin LaborDay‐noclasses Mid‐termgradesdue LastdayforapprovedunqualifiedWgrade Thanksgivingrecessbegins Classesresume Lastdayofclasses Examinationweekbegins Lastdayofexaminationweek FallCommencement

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TELEPHONENUMBERS(frequentlyused) ThetelephonenumberfortheFerrisStateswitchboardis(231)591‐2000;thetelephoneoperatorcanassistyou. Mostcolleges,departmentsandofficesalsohavetheirownnumbers.Thetollfreenumberis800‐433‐7747.Some frequentlycallednumbersarelistedbelow:

AcademicDeansOffices CollegeofAlliedHealthSciences......................................................591‐2270 CollegeofArtsandSciences.............................................................591‐3661 CollegeofBusiness...........................................................................591‐2420 CollegeofEducation&HumanServices...........................................591‐3646 CollegeofPharmacy.........................................................................591‐3780 CollegeofProfessional&TechnologicalStudies..............................616‐643‐5737 CollegeofEngineeringTechnology...................................................591‐2890 KendallCollegeofArt&Design........................................................616‐451‐2787 MichiganCollegeofOptometryatFSU............................................591‐3700 UniversityCollege.............................................................................591‐2428

StudentServices Admissions&Records......................................................................591‐2100 BirkamHealthCenter.......................................................................591‐2614 BusinessOperations.........................................................................591‐2125 CareerServices.................................................................................591‐2685 InstitutionalResearch&Testing.......................................................591‐3628 Orientation.......................................................................................591‐2100 ResidentialLife(Housing).................................................................591‐3745 StudentEmployment......................................................................591‐2010

General AlumniRelations...............................................................................591‐2345 AthleticDepartment.........................................................................591‐2860 FLITELibrary......................................................................................591‐3500 PublicSafety.....................................................................................591‐5000 RankinStudentCenter......................................................................591‐5916 StudentActivities..............................................................................591‐2606 UniversityAdvancement&Marketing.............................................591‐3815

KendallCollegeofArt&Design......................................................616‐451‐2787 Admissions........................................................................................EXT1107 CollegeCounselor.............................................................................EXT1136 EnrollmentManagement.................................................................EXT1113 FinancialAid......................................................................................EXT1112 Library...............................................................................................EXT1122 Registrar...........................................................................................EXT1141

Extended&InternationalOperations FerrisStatewide&Online(off‐campus&onlineofferings).............591‐2340 OfficeofInternationalEducation.....................................................591‐2450

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2011-2012 FIRST-TIME FRESHMAN SCHOLARSHIPS Scholarship Founder's President's Dean's Ferris Achievement 4 Ferris Achievement 3 Ferris Achievement 2 Ferris Achievement 1

# Awarded 42 72 441 118 74 220 113

FEDERAL Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education Grant (TEACH) The Federal Pell Grant The Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant

STATE Gear Up Grant KCP Future Faculty Fellowship Michigan Competitive Scholarship Michigan Nursing Grant Tuition Incentive Program (TIP)

Total Amount $433,608 $392,281 $1,316,250 $235,000 $74,000 $217,500 $111,500

Average Award $10,324 $5,500 $3,000 $2,000 $1,000 $1,000 $1,000

INSTITUTIONAL Ability Scholarship Academic Opportunity Scholarship Athletic Grants (Individual Sports) COB Leadership Scholarship College of Business Scholarship Community Based Scholarship COT Student Kickoff Award Dean's Scholarship Detroit Compact Scholarship Detroit Public Scholarship Doctor of Pharmacy Scholarship Entertainment Unlimited Scholarship Ferris Achievement Scholarship Ferris Grant Ferris Support Grant Founder's Scholarship FSU Native American Tuition Waiver Honors Residential Life Scholarship Intensive English Scholarship International Transfer Scholarship Kelso-Battle Scholarship Kendall Assistance Grant Military Veteran's Scholarship Non Resident Transfer Scholarship Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship President's Invitational Scholarship President's Scholarship Pro Start Scholarship PTM Scholarship Residential Life Scholarship Skills USA Scholarship Study Abroad Scholarship Transfer Academic Achievement Scholarship Transfer Academic Excellence Scholarship Transfer Residential Life Scholarship Wade McCree Scholarship Wenrich Tuition Scholarship

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GENERAL INFORMATION EDUCATIONAL GRANTS AND SCHOLARSHIPS GRANTS AND SCHOLARSHIPS 1968 Football Scholarship A. Cramer Memorial Scholarship Abbott Laboratories Scholarship ACCA Past Presidents Council Scholarship AITP Scholarship Alton/Evelyn Brayton Scholarship Alumni Association Legacy AM Welding Society - Detroit Scholarship AM Welding Society-District Eleven Scholarship AM Welding Society-Miami Scholarship AM Welding Society-National Named Scholarship AM Welding Society-Saginaw Scholarship AM Welding Society-West MI Scholarship American Asoc. of HTG, REF and A/C Eng. American Foundation for Vision Awareness American Hotel Foundation Scholarship American Photo Marketing Scholarship American Professional Estimators Scholarship American Society for Quality Control Scholarship Amerikam Scholarship Amy Ament Award Andrea L. Warfield Memorial Endowed Scholarship Anne Szabunia Memorial Scholarship AOA Advantage Scholarship AOF Carl Zeiss Vision Fellowship Applied Math/Actuarial Science Scholarship Army ROTC Scholarship Arnold & Carolyn Johnson Scholarship ASHP Student Leadership Award Association of Golf Exhibitors Automotive Aftermarket Industry Scholarship Barbara Chapman International Study Barnes & Noble Scholarship Barry Barratt Scholarship BCI New OD Scholarship Bel-Aire HVACR Scholarship Big Rapids Garden Club Scholarship Bill & Lynne Scheible Scholarship Bingman Scholarship Blanche Arnold Scholarship Board of Nursing Scholarship - MSN Board of Nursing Scholarship - RN Boerma Eagle Scout Scholarship Brian & Grace Brown Scholarship Brian Chapman Memorial PGM Scholarship Brian McDonald Scholarship Brudy Memorial Pharmacy Scholarship Business Student Assistance Scholarship C. Alan Tressler Memorial Scholarship Fund Cadillac Area Human Association Scholarship Canadian Lakes Garden Club Scholarship Canadian Lakes Mecosta County Scholarship Canteen Services Inc. Scholarship Capital Regional Community Foundation Scholarship Cascade Engineering Annual Scholarship

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CCNA Certification Scholarship Celestine Moloney Scholarship Charles G. Jehnzen Basketball Scholarship Charles Hampton Scholarship Charles J. Kodis Advanced Industrial Automation Charles Jehnzen Scholarship Charles Kodis Scholarship Charlotte Kiwanis Scholarship Charter Schools Office Scholarship Chase Plastic Scholarship Chicago Rawhide Scholarship Chrysler Apprenticeship Scholarship Class of 1974 Linda Willette Scholarship CLS - Clinical Lab Sciences Scholarship CM Industry Golf Outing Scholarship COB Leadership Scholarship Coca-Cola/Crystal Mountain Scholarship College of Education Alumni Scholarship Construction Assoc/Don Purdie Mem Sch Cummings Scholarship Cummins Inc. Scholarship Curtis Brown Scholarship CVS Pharmacy Award Daniel Tyler Scholarship Daudi Book Scholarship David D. Whalen Scholarship David Prior Scholarship David R. Greer Surveying Engineering Scholarship David/Carol Drake Scholarship DECA Scholarship Dee Kap Memorial Scholarship Delta Tau/Lambda Chi Scholarship Dental Health Professionals Dental Hygiene Scholarship Diane Nix Memorial Scholarship Dick Brammer Scholarship Dick Dolack Excellence in Officiating Scholarship Dieter H. Weiss Award Distinguished Zerocrats Scholarship Doctor of Pharmacy Scholarship Donald and E. Lyle Magee Scholarship Donald Shreve Scholarship Douglas Froelich Scholarship Douglas Hagemann Scholarship Dow Industrial Chemical Scholarship Call Family Scholarship Dr. Adnan Dakkuri Pharmacy Scholarship Dr. Gabriel Memorial End. Scholarship Dr. Henry R. Racki OPT Scholarship Dr. Henry Reitz End. Scholarship Dr. Ian Mathison Endowed Scholarship Dr. Jack Bennett Memorial Scholarship Dr. Merrill R. Murray Memorial Scholarship Dr. William Sakalauskas Scholarship Dr. William Sederburg Scholarship DuPont-Dow Elastomers Scholarship Dykstra Scholarship

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Glen’s Pharmacy Scholarship Glenna F. Spellicy Memorial Scholarship GM Service Op Auto Tech Scholarship Godfrey Parsons Scholarship Gordon Kamstra Memorial Scholarship Governors Career Scholarship GR Club of Printing Craftsmen Scholarship GR New Car Dealers Scholarship Gregory Dreuth Scholarship Hammer's 4-C's Award Harley Halsted Scholarship Harper Wildern Pharmacy Scholarship Harry & Belle Schwarzbach Scholarship Harry Larson Memorial Scholarship Harry Melling Memorial Scholarship Harry Swartz Pharmacy Administration Award Hashimi Dental Leadership Scholarship Helen Bennett Memorial Scholarship Helen Ferris Vartan Scholarship Fund Helen Popovich Scholarship Henry Tschappat Scholarship Hicks Gridiron Scholarship Hoexum Scholarship Home Builders of Mecosta County Honorable John O’Brien Scholarship Horticulture and Technology Scholarship Hospitality GALA-DECA Scholarship Hospitality Management Scholarship Howard Hulsman Scholarship HS Die Engineering, Inc. HURCO Engineering Scholarship Hurco Ultimax Scholarship Hurst Mechanical Inc. Scholarship HVACR - Htg. Vent, A/C, Ref. Engineering Scholarship Independent Inc. Scholarship Innovative Breakthrough SBM Intensive English Scholarship International Student Emergency Scholarship Jack LeBarre Scholarship Jack Newcombe Scholarship J.B. McCormick Scholarship Fund J. N. Nelson Family Scholarship Jacob & Gertrude VanDyke Scholarship James Bolthouse Memorial Scholarship James Shane Scholarship Japanese Parent's Textbook Scholarship Jenny Jacobs Softball Scholarship Jerry and Mary Ford Scholarship Jerry Moore Memorial PGM Scholarship Jessica Nagle-Wilson Scholarship Jim Ferrell Memorial Endowed Scholarship Joan Nelson Scholarship Joan Reirson Draugalis Endowment John Celestino Endowed Scholarship John Christie Scholarship John Deere Foundation Scholarship

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GENERAL INFORMATION EDUCATIONAL GRANTS AND SCHOLARSHIPS John J. Wheeler Scholarship John Newell Scholarship John P. Nelson Endowed Scholarship John R. Smith Memorial Endowed Leadership John Sebold Memorial Scholarship Jordan Scholarship Joseph Bishop Surveying Scholarship Joseph Juran Scholarship Joseph Sasaki Scholarship Fund Jourdain Scholarship Julia McCormick Junior Achievement Scholarship Karlis K. Kazerovskis Scholarship Kearn's Educational Award KEBS Incorporated Scholarship Kendall Digital Media Scholarship Kenneth Spoerk Memorial Scholarship Khagendra Thapa K. Surveying Scholarship K-Mart Pharmacy Scholarship Korean Students Scholarship Kurt Hellthaler Memorial Scholarship Labroff Scholarship Lakeview Foundation Healthcare Scholarship Lambda Sigma Honor Society Scholarship Laverne Curtis Scholarship Lewis & Lewis Surveying Lloyd C. Zill Scholarship Long Scholarship Lorna Lewis Holistic Nurse Scholarship Louis/Angeline Burg Scholarship Lula co*ker Nash Scholarship Macomber/Atwell Hicks, Inc. Scholarship Mahida Surveying Scholarship Manufacturing Scholarship Marco Family Foundation Grant Marriot Golf Scholarship Martin J Wozniak End. Scholarship Marty Lass Golf Scholarship Mary Ann Hashimi Memorial Scholarship Mary C. Feint Surveying Scholarship Mary McCorriston Child Development Mary T. Creswell Scholarship Matt Lichtle Scholarship Maude Korstange Scholarship Mavcon “Ken Reinink” Construction Sch McKesson Med. Mgmt Dean's Scholarship McLoughlin Family Endowed Scholarship McNaughton/McKay Scholarship MCO Alumni Endowed Scholarship Mechanical Service Contractors of America Mecosta County Veterans Scholarship Medicine Shoppe Scholarship Meijer Inc. Accountancy Scholarship Meijer Inc. Pre-Senior Scholarship Award Melling Memorial Endowed Scholarship MI Pharmacists A D PRFFLSM Award

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MIAEYC Student Leadership Scholarship Michael/Paula Rushford Scholarship Michelle Robinson Scholarship Michigan Adjusters Association Scholarship Michigan Association Pipe Trades Scholarship Michigan Chapter Air/Cond Contractors Scholarship Michigan Kroger/Dairy Scholarship Michigan Mechanical Contractor Scholarship Michigan Pharmacy Fund Scholarship Michigan Printing Week Association Scholarship Mid Michigan Engineering And Surveying Scholarship Mid Michigan Pharmacists Association Scholarship Midland Lions Club R. Maier Scholarship Mike Shira Health Systems Management Military Veteran's Scholarship Millard/Ida Quinlan Scholarship Minnie Mould Marsh Endowed Scholarship Minorities in Government Finance Scholarship Minority Student/Academic Opportunity ML King/ALPHA PHI ALPHA Scholarship ML King/Rosa Parks/KCP Future Faculty Moore & Bruggink Incorporated Scholarship Mylo Ragan Endowed Scholarship NA Heat-Air Conditioners Scholarship NACDS Dean's Scholarship National Guard Scholarship National Scholars Honor Society New Horizon Scholarship Norris & Irene Johnson Scholarship Northern Michigan Road Commission Scholarship O.B. Davenport Scholarship Oakland Area Scholarship O'Brien, Quy Scholarship Order of Omega Beta Phi Annual Scholarship Orville Hoffman Scholarship Oswald Rossi Scholarship Outer Drive Hospital Auxiliary Scholarship Patricia Berry Intensive English Scholarship Paul E. Borton Memorial Scholarship Paul Runyan Scholarship Paul Winfred Owens Scholarship Pfizer Scholarship PGA Diversity Scholarship PGM Alumni Scholarship PGM Scholarship Pharmacists Mutual Scholarship Award Pharmacy Alumni Scholarship Pharmacy Dean's Scholarship Phillip's Ford Lincoln Mercury Plumbers/Steamfitters 190 Scholarship Prism Writing Contest Annual Scholarship Progressive Group Alliance Scholarship Puterbaugh Scholarship Rautiola PTM Scholarship Raymond Kenyon Scholarship Reed City FSU Distinguished Alumni Scholarship

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GENERAL INFORMATION EDUCATIONAL GRANTS AND SCHOLARSHIPS Refrigeration Engineering Inc. Scholarship Reginald/Vivian Sharkey Scholarship Resistance Welder Scholarship RESPY Pharmacy Scholarship Rex Dew Memorial Textbook Fund Rhein Chemie Scholarship Richard Hunter Scholarship Rick Carlton PTM Business Scholarship Rick Rodenhouse Memorial Scholarship Rite-Aid Junior Scholarship Award Robert Brand Memorial Scholarship Robert Brauer Award Robert Buchdahl Memorial Award Robert Burch Scholarship Robert Byrd Scholarship Robert Hendricks Memorial Scholarship Robert VanHoven Memorial Award Robert Williams Scholarship Robert/Jean Olson Scholarship Roberta Teahen University Center for Extended Learni Roger/Debra Card Wildlife Scholarship Rolland L. Hicks Endowed Scholarship Rought Surveying Scholarship Rowe Incorporated Scholarship Rubber Manufacturing Association Scholarship Ruby MacNeill Endowed Memorial Rumsey Memorial Scholarship Runners Memorial Scholarship Russell & Avis Gerber Endowed Scholarship Russell G. Merithew Scholarship Ruth L. Shattuck Scholarship Saginaw Community Foundation Scholarship Scott D. Anderson Mem. Schol. Morley/Stanwood HS Scott D. Anderson Mem. Scholarship for FSU Scott Schultz Excellence Scholarship Scott Whitener Memorial Scholarship Searle Pharmacy Scholarship Sherman Throop Memorial Scholarship Shopko Pharmacy Scholarship Award Sloan Trans. Prod. Heavy Equip. Scholarship Smith/Taylor/Malloy Scholarship Society Of Mfg Eng - Chapter 11 Society Of Mfg Eng - Chapter 38 S-STEM Scholarships Stan Dean Memorial Endowed Scholarship Stephen E Martin Memorial Award Steven Brown Memorial Scholarship Student Affairs Student Leadership Student Ambassador Scholarship Student Senator Scholarship Susan Greene Memorial Scholarship Susan Marie Edwards Scholarship TAC Automotive Group Scholarship Talbots Women's Scholarship Target Pharmacy Scholarship Target Scholarship

Technology in Optometry Scholarship Theta Alpha Sigma Scholarship Thomas Reuther Scholarship Thomas Sobota Memorial Scholarship Three Rivers Construction Scholarship Tingley & Associates Scholarship TJ Amick Memorial Endw– Kendall Scholarship Tokie Yamada Scholarship Toyota Scholarship TVP Silver Anniversary Scholarship Tylenol Scholarship Upper Division Academic Scholarship Upper Peninsula MPA Scholarship Urban Land Consultants Scholarship Vanderlaan Leadership Award Vanduinen Memorial Scholarship Victoria Kamm Scholarship Vision Service Plan Academic Scholarship W. J. Stevenson Scholarship Fund W.C. Judson Scholarship W.S. Garrison Scholarship Walgreen Scholarship Wal-Mart Optical Scholarship Wal-Mart Pharmacy Scholarship Wanda Butler Memorial Award Warren & Beverly Parker Scholarship Endowment W. E. Dengler Pharmacy Scholarship Weeks-Lakin Optometry Scholarship Welding Competition Scholarship West Michigan Credit Union Scholarship West Michigan Mechanical Contractors Scholarship West Michigan Rubber Group Scholarship Whitehead Memorial Scholarship Wildern Family Scholarship William Beagle Scholarship Willis J. Heyl Award in Pharmacognosy WM Merle Morris Endowed Scholarship Woolpert LLP Scholarship Zakov Family Endowed Scholarship

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GENERAL INFORMATION EDUCATIONAL GRANTS AND SCHOLARSHIPS INSTITUTIONAL LOANS Lee W. Cookson Memorial Loan Fund A.G. Buchman Student Loan Fund Leon Probst Memorial Loan Fund Abigail Timme Endowed Student Loan Fund Lithocrafters and Bookcrafters Loan Fund Addie & Earl Campbell Memorial Loan Fund Louis Legg Loan Albert Pisa Loan Lowell DeMoss Memorial Student Loan Fund Alden W. Brown Student Loan Fund Lynn H. Cook Memorial Loan Fund Allied Health Loan M. Lewis Fishman Memorial Loan Fund Alma Lidell Tufveson Memorial Loan Fund Matilda Ann Dell Pharmacy Student Loan Fund Alumni Loan Max E. Smith Memorial Loan Fund Ansel C. Hook Memorial MI Construction Equipment Dealer Loan Arthur E. Ormsbee Memorial Loan Fund MI State Federation of Women's Clubs Student Loan Asian Student Loan Michigan Asoc. of Edu. Secretaries Memorial Loan Fund Augusta Taisey Memorial Loan Fund Michigan Pest Control Loan Bernice Behrens Student Assistance Fund Nancy Ingall Memorial Loan Fund Bush Memorial Loan Fund Northern Michigan Road Comm Assoc Loan Fund Carl Starkey Loan Orval Plank Memorial Loan Fund Carlisle Memorial Fund Perry Converse Loan Carlton G. Ferris Student Loan Fund Perry Drug Stores, Inc. Loan Fund Carr/South Emergency Loan R.M. Wylie Student Loan Fund Charles S. Neithercut Student Loan Fund Raymond W. Starr Student Loan Fund Claus, Graduate Loan Fund Redman Agency Inc. Student Loan Fund Clyde C. Heinonen Memorial Loan Fund Regina L. Stevenson Holt Memorial Loan Fund College of Business Memorial Loan Fund Richard Faber Loan College of Business Student Emergency Loan Fund Richard J. and Marion Morley Memorial Loan Fund College of Optometry Student Emergency Loan Fund Richard S. Labroff Loan College of Pharmacy Student Emergency Loan Fund Robert and Gertrude Burns Memorial Loan Fund Cronk Loan Roger Allen Student Assistance Fund Cummings Loan Ronald M. Solomon Memorial Loan Fund David M. Denbrock Memorial Loan Fund Roy Alvarado Memorial Loan Fund Dean Donald Rankin Loan Fund Roy Clark Vandercook Memorial Loan Fund Dingman, William E. Loan Rueben E. & Gertrude A. Trippensee Memorial Loan Discretionary Loan Fund Spathelf Loan Dr. P & L Scholler Fund Special Loan Fund Dr. Ralph Pino Memorial Loan Fund Steve Bordano Memorial Loan Fund Earl H. McCormick Memorial Loan Fund Townsend and Buttum, Inc. Student Loan Fund Fern & William Brown Loan Fund UMOI-United Migrants Loan Fern R. Holden Student Loan Fund V.R. Sines Memorial Fund Francis R. Piper Loan Fund Veddar Loan Frank Clark Loan Walter Armbruster Memorial Loan Fund Fred W. Swan Memorial Student Assistance Fund Walter H. Gillette Memorial Loan Fund George Berden Loan Will Lane Pharmacy Student Assistance Fund Geraldine Travis MacGregor Memorial Loan Fund William C. Moore Memorial Loan Fund Gerrit Masselink Memorial Loan Fund William C. Wolfinger Memorial Loan Fund Glenn C. Bond Memorial Loan Fund Wolverine Club Student Loan Fund Graphic Art Loan Fund Helena E. Paris Loan Fund Henry Lowsma Memorial Loan Fund Herbert H. Martz Student Assistance Fund for Pharmacy Students James Morton Memorial Loan Fund Jay Oviatt Pharmacy Student Loan Fund Jordan, R & A Loan Kappa Alpha Psi Loan Karlis K. Kazerovski Endowment Loan Kenneth Spoerk Memorial Loan Fund Kuhlman/Greene Loan Kurt Hellthaler Loan Fund

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ENROLLMENT

TOTALHEADCOUNTENROLLMENT 16,000

14,560

14,000 12,575

12,461 12,000

11,310

10,930

10,000

9,495

8,000 6,000 4,000 2,000 0

FALLENROLLMENT1982‐2011 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996

11,008 10,767 10,540 10,909 11,310 11,643 11 792 11,792 11,878 12,076 12,461 12,134 11,188 10,258 9,767 9,495

1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

9,468 9,651 9,668 9,847 10,930 11,074 11 822 11,822 11,803 12,540 12,575 13,087 13,532 13,865 14,381 14,560

Source:OfficeofInstitutionalResearchandTesting

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FALL2011MICHIGANENROLLMENTBYCOUNTY Alcona Alger Allegan Alpena Antrim Arenac Baraga Barry Bay Benzie Berrien Branch Calhoun Cass Charlevoix Cheboygan Chippewa Clare Clinton Crawford Delta Dickinson Eaton Emmet Genesee Gladwin Gogebic GrandTraverse Gratiot Hillsdale Houghton Huron Ingham Ionia Iosco Iron Isabella Jackson Kalamazoo Kalkaska Kent Keweenaw

10 11 200 82 55 28 10 110 199 81 199 26 119 78 55 55 38 49 144 23 53 62 159 55 436 28 3 429 71 30 27 66 297 146 23 11 160 114 257 56 2,189 1

Lake Lapeer Leelanau Lenawee Livingston Luce Mackinac Macomb Manistee Marquette Mason Mecosta Menominee Midland Missaukee Monroe Montcalm Montmorency Muskegon Newaygo Oakland Oceana Ogemaw Ontonagon Osceola Oscoda Otsego Ottawa PresqueIsle Roscommon Saginaw St.Clair St.Joseph Sanilac Schoolcraft Shiawassee Tuscola VanBuren Washtenaw Wayne Wexford TOTAL

Source:OfficeofInstitutionalResearch&Testing

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72 109 85 70 166 8 17 497 118 38 135 861 12 136 49 45 340 16 408 357 623 102 37 7 272 9 49 697 34 24 315 256 41 65 9 111 88 88 134 602 203 13,550

ENROLLMENT

FALL2011ENROLLMENTBYSTATE&BYCOUNTRY NON‐MICHIGANSTUDENTSBYSTATE Alabama Alaska ArmedForcesPacific Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho

3 3 1 10 0 35 10 2 0 23 11 0 3

Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana

225 97 7 1 2 0 2 11 3 39 1 14 2

Nebraska Nevada NewHampshire NewJersey NewMexico NewYork NorthCarolina NorthDakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania RhodeIsland

4 2 4 12 3 32 11 4 59 1 2 12 1

SouthCarolina SouthDakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington WestVirginia Wisconsin Wyoming Unidentified

TOTAL TOTALSTATES

3 0 4 9 4 1 15 8 1 69 1 12

779 44

FOREIGNSTUDENTSBYCOUNTRY Africa Botswana Congo Gambia Kenya Nigeria Rawanda SouthAfrica

20 1 2 1 1 13 1 1

Asia Afghanistan Bangladesh China HongKong India Indonesia Iran Japan Malaysia Nepal SaudiArabia SouthKorea Vietnam

120 1 1 21 1 11 1 3 2 3 1 59 11 5

Europe England Finland France Germany Sweden

8 1 1 3 1 2

NorthAmerica Bahamas Canada

66 1 65

SouthAmerica Brazil Colombia Ecuador

4 1 2 1

Unidentified

TOTAL TOTALCOUNTRIES

13

231 30

Source:OfficeofInstitutionalResearch&Testing

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5‐YEARENROLLMENTBYCOLLEGE FALLSEMESTER COLLEGE

2007‐08

2008‐09

2009‐10

2010‐11

2011‐12

ALLIEDHEALTHSCIENCES

1,960

2,314

2,566

2,655

2,716

ARTS&SCIENCES

1,837

1,763

1,775

1,954

2,006

BUSINESS

2,364

2,473

2,550

2,640

2,634

EDUCATION&HUMANSERVICES

2,013

1,993

2,085

2,232

2,294

ENGINEERINGTECHNOLOGY

2,264

2,160

2,029

1,958

1,959

KENDALLCOLLEGEOFART&DESIGN

1,180

1,352

1,385

1,419

1,414

MICHIGANCOLLEGEOFOPTOMETRY

138

146

146

143

145

PHARMACY

542

546

557

529

529

PROFESSIONAL&TECHNOLOGICAL

256

223

225

322

298

UNIVERSITYCOLLEGE

533

562

547

529

565

13,087

13,532

13,865

14,381

14,560

TOTAL

Source:OfficeofInstitutionalResearchandTesting

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PERCENTOFSTUDENTSBYCOLLEGE FALLSEMESTER2011 PROFESSIONAL& TECHNOLOGICAL PHARMACY STUDIES 3% 2%

UNIVERSITYCOLLEGE 4%

MICHIGANCOLLEGE OFOPTOMETRY 1%

ALLIEDHEALTH SCIENCES 19%

KENDALLCOLLEGEOF ART&DESIGN 10%

ARTS&SCIENCES 14%

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY 13%

BUSINESS 18% EDUCATION&HUMAN SERVICES 16%

STUDENTENROLLMENTBYCOLLEGE ALLIEDHEALTHSCIENCES

2,716

ARTS&SCIENCES

2,006

BUSINESS

2,634

EDUCATION&HUMANSERVICES

2,294

ENGINEERINGTECHNOLOGY

1,959

KENDALLCOLLEGEOFART&DESIGN

1,414

MICHIGANCOLLEGEOFOPTOMETRY

145

PHARMACY

529

PROFESSIONAL&TECHNOLOGICALSTUDIES

298

UNIVERSITYCOLLEGE

565

TOTAL

14,560

Source:OfficeofInstitutionalResearchandTesting

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FULL‐YEAREQUATEDSTUDENT(FYES)ENROLLMENTPER FULL‐TIMEEQUATED(FTE)FACULTY 2001‐02to2010‐11

FYES ENROLLMENT/FTE NT/FTE FACULTY

17.0

16.5

16.2 16.0

15.7 15.6 15.5

15.6

15.4

15.4

15.4 15.3

15.2 15.1 15.0

14 5 14.5

14.0 2001 - 02

2002 - 03

2003 - 04

2004 - 05

2005 - 06

2006 - 07

2007 - 08

FISCAL YEAR

STUDENT‐FACULTYRATIO

2001‐02 2002‐03 2003‐04 2004‐05 2005‐06 2006‐07 2006 ‐ 07 2007‐08 2008‐09 2009‐10 2010‐11

FYES

FTE

RATIO

9,568 9,841 10,340 10,548 11,063 11,098 11 098 11,392 11,667 11,791 12,076

622.23 653.82 669.70 692.37 709.78 720.39 720 39 744.96 749.72 749.75 746.08

15.4 15.1 15.4 15.2 15.6 15.4 15 4 15.3 15.6 15.7 16.2

Source:StateofMichiganHEIDIDatabase,BudgetOffice

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2008 - 09

2009 - 10

2010 - 11

ENROLLMENT

ENROLLMENTSUMMARY FALL2011 FULL‐TIME UNDERGRADUATESTUDENTS GRADUATESTUDENTS GRADUATEPROFESSIONALPRACTICE

TOTAL

9,276

69%

4,074

31%

13,350

88

18%

407

82%

495

646

96%

28

4%

674

0%

41

100%

41

10,010

69%

4,550

31%

14,560

DOCTORATESTUDENTS ALLSTUDENTS

PART‐TIME

MEN

WOMEN

TOTAL

TOTALFULL‐TIME

5,190

52%

4,820

48%

10,010

TOTALPART‐TIME

1,883

41%

2,667

59%

4,550

TOTALS

7,073

49%

7,487

51%

14,560

FALL2009

FALL2010

FALL2011

2,242

2,356

2,556

473

455

413

TRANSFERS

1,677

1,908

1,868

CONTINUING

9,441

9,644

9,704

GUEST

32

18

19

TOTAL

13,865

14,381

14,560

FALL2009

FALL2010

FALL2011

APPLIED**(completedapplications)

8,460

8,045

8,490

ADMITTED

5,942

6,083

6,574

ENROLLED

2,242

2,356

2,556

0.38

0.39

0.39

FALL2009

FALL2010

FALL2011

13,865

14,381

14,560

ON‐LINE

377

622

793

KENDALL

1,385

1,419

1,414

OFFCAMPUS

2,238

2,409

2,383

BIGRAPIDS

9,865

9,931

9,970

3,353

3,043

3,152

INAPARTMENTS

424

363

376

INSUITES

N/A

291

296

6,088

6,234

6,146

FTIAC'S*(FirstTimeInAnyCollege) READMITS

FRESHMAN

RATIOofENROLLEDtoACCEPTED

TOTAL

INRESIDENCEHALLS

COMMUTERS *Includesallstudents,F‐T,P‐T,degree‐seekingandnon‐degree‐seeking.

**Previousappliednumbersincludedallapplications,revisedmethodologynowcountsonlycompletedapplication Source:OfficeofInstitutionalResearchandTesting

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ENROLLMENTSUMMARYBYCOLLEGE FALL2011 ALLIEDHEALTHSCIENCES

UNDERGRADUATESTUDENTS GRADUATESTUDENTS ALLSTUDENTS

TOTALFULL‐TIME TOTALPART‐TIME TOTALS

FULL‐TIME 1,565 60% 7 8% 1,572 58%

PART‐TIME 1,062 40% 82 92% 1,144 42%

TOTAL 2,627 89 2,716

MEN

WOMEN 1,287 82% 990 87% 2,277 84%

TOTAL 1,572 1,144 2,716

285 154 439

18% 13% 16%

FTIAC'S*(FirstTimeInAnyCollege) READMITS TRANSFERS CONTINUING GUEST TOTAL

FALL2009 257 124 382 1,801 2 2,566

FALL2010 251 138 354 1,911 1 2,655

FALL2011 301 142 335 1,938 0 2,716

FRESHMAN APPLIED ADMITTED

FALL2009 1,576 787

FALL2010** 1,084 813

FALL2011 1,118 864

ARTS&SCIENCES FULL‐TIME 1,608 80% 1,608 80%

UNDERGRADUATESTUDENTS ALLSTUDENTS

MEN TOTALFULL‐TIME TOTALPART‐TIME TOTALS

647 170 817

40% 43% 41%

PART‐TIME 398 20% 398 20%

TOTAL 2,006 2,006

WOMEN 961 60% 228 57% 1,189 59%

TOTAL 1,608 398 2,006

FTIAC'S*(FirstTimeInAnyCollege) READMITS TRANSFERS CONTINUING GUEST TOTAL

FALL2009 523 36 146 1,070 0 1,775

FALL2010 621 45 185 1,103 0 1,954

FALL2011 730 37 132 1,106 1 2,006

FRESHMAN APPLIED ADMITTED

FALL2009 2,518 1,313

FALL2010** 1,993 1,428

FALL2011 2,054 1,660

*Includesallstudents,F‐T,P‐T,degree‐seekingandnon‐degree‐seeking. **AppliedonlycountscompletedapplicationsasofFall2010 Source:OfficeofInstitutionalResearchandTesting

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ENROLLMENTSUMMARYBYCOLLEGE FALL2011 BUSINESS

UNDERGRADUATESTUDENTS GRADUATESTUDENTS ALLSTUDENTS

FULL‐TIME 1,690 67% 22 18% 1,712 65%

TOTALFULL‐TIME TOTALPART‐TIME TOTALS

1,026 534 1,560

MEN 60% 58% 59%

PART‐TIME 824 33% 98 82% 922 35%

TOTAL 2,514 120 2,634

WOMEN 686 40% 388 42% 1,074 41%

TOTAL 1,712 922 2,634

FTIAC'S*(FirstTimeInAnyCollege) READMITS TRANSFERS CONTINUING GUEST TOTAL

FALL2009 331 69 292 1,852 6 2,550

FALL2010 313 75 346 1,902 4 2,640

FALL2011 328 59 373 1,870 4 2,634

FRESHMAN APPLIED ADMITTED

FALL2009 2,091 1,091

FALL2010** 1,261 963

FALL2011 1,253 970

EDUCATION&HUMANSERVICES

UNDERGRADUATESTUDENTS GRADUATESTUDENTS ALLSTUDENTS

FULL‐TIME 1,282 62% 24 10% 1,306 57%

TOTALFULL‐TIME TOTALPART‐TIME TOTALS

747 385 1,132

MEN 57% 39% 49%

PART‐TIME 775 38% 213 90% 988 43%

TOTAL 2,057 237 2,294

WOMEN 559 43% 603 61% 1,162 51%

TOTAL 1,306 988 2,294

FTIAC'S*(FirstTimeInAnyCollege) READMITS TRANSFERS CONTINUING GUEST TOTAL

FALL2009 221 110 315 1,439 0 2,085

FALL2010 215 71 428 1,516 2 2,232

FALL2011 205 63 412 1,614 0 2,294

FRESHMAN APPLIED ADMITTED

FALL2009 1,377 676

FALL2010** 965 702

FALL2010 1,005 764

*Includesallstudents,F‐T,P‐T,degree‐seekingandnon‐degree‐seeking. **AppliedonlycountscompletedapplicationsasofFall2010 Source:OfficeofInstitutionalResearchandTesting

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ENROLLMENTSUMMARYBYCOLLEGE FALL2011 ENGINEERINGTECHNOLOGY

UNDERGRADUATESTUDENTS ALLSTUDENTS

FULL‐TIME 1,646 84% 1,646 84%

PART‐TIME 313 16% 313 16%

TOTAL 1,959 1,959

MEN TOTALFULL‐TIME TOTALPART‐TIME TOTALS

1,515 295 1,810

WOMEN 131 8% 18 6% 149 8%

TOTAL 1,646 313 1,959

92% 94% 92%

FTIAC'S*(FirstTimeInAnyCollege) READMITS TRANSFERS CONTINUING GUEST TOTAL

FALL2009 247 66 242 1,474 0 2,029

FALL2010 265 63 243 1,387 0 1,958

FALL2011 297 39 233 1,390 0 1,959

FRESHMAN APPLIED ADMITTED

FALL2009 1,126 530

FALL2010** 689 507

FALL2011 853 638

KENDALLCOLLEGEOFART&DESIGN

UNDERGRADUATESTUDENTS GRADUATESTUDENTS ALLSTUDENTS

FULL‐TIME 923 68% 35 71% 958 68%

TOTALFULL‐TIME TOTALPART‐TIME TOTALS

348 137 485

MEN 36% 30% 34%

PART‐TIME 442 32% 14 29% 456 32%

TOTAL 1,365 49 1,414

WOMEN 610 64% 319 70% 929 66%

TOTAL 958 456 1,414

FTIAC'S*(FirstTimeInAnyCollege) READMITS TRANSFERS CONTINUING GUEST TOTAL

FALL2009 300 43 159 872 11 1,385

FALL2010 308 28 151 928 4 1,419

FALL2011 352 31 151 873 7 1,414

FRESHMAN APPLIED ADMITTED

FALL2009 501 325

FALL2010** 465 341

FALL2011 641 390

*Includesallstudents,F‐T,P‐T,degree‐seekingandnon‐degree‐seeking. **AppliedonlycountscompletedapplicationsasofFall2010 Source:OfficeofInstitutionalResearchandTesting

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ENROLLMENTSUMMARYBYCOLLEGE FALL2011 MICHIGANCOLLEGEOFOPTOMETRY FULL‐TIME 145 100% 145 100%

GRADUATEPROFESSIONALPRACTICE ALLSTUDENTS

MEN 41% 0% 41%

PART‐TIME 0 0% 0 0%

TOTAL 145 145

WOMEN 85 59% 0 0% 85 59%

TOTAL 145 0 145

TOTALFULL‐TIME TOTALPART‐TIME TOTALS

60 0 60

TRANSFERS CONTINUING TOTAL

FALL2009 29 117 146

FALL2010 33 110 143

FALL2011 28 117 145

PROFESSIONAL APPLIED ADMITTED

FALL2009 248 30

FALL2010** 475 37

FALL2011 401 33

PHARMACY

GRADUATEPROFESSIONALPRACTICE ALLSTUDENTS

FULL‐TIME 501 95% 501 95%

TOTALFULL‐TIME TOTALPART‐TIME TOTALS

232 9 241

MEN 46% 32% 46%

PART‐TIME 28 5% 28 5%

TOTAL 529 529

WOMEN 269 54% 19 68% 288 54%

TOTAL 501 28 529

READMITS TRANSFERS CONTINUING GUEST TOTAL

FALL2009 0 24 530 3 557

FALL2010 0 58 469 2 529

FALL2011 1 99 427 2 529

PROFESSIONAL APPLIED ADMITTED

FALL2009 426 106

FALL2010** 395 56

FALL2011 618 126

*Includesallstudents,F‐T,P‐T,degree‐seekingandnon‐degree‐seeking. **AppliedonlycountscompletedapplicationsasofFall2010 Source:OfficeofInstitutionalResearchandTesting

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ENROLLMENTSUMMARYBYCOLLEGE FALL2011 PROFESSIONAL&TECHNOLOGICALSTUDIES FULL‐TIME 72 28% 0 0% 72 24%

UNDERGRADUATESTUDENTS DOCTORATESTUDENTS ALLSTUDENTS

MEN TOTALFULL‐TIME TOTALPART‐TIME TOTALS

58 171 229

81% 76% 77%

PART‐TIME 185 72% 41 100% 226 76% WOMEN 14 19% 55 24% 69 23%

TOTAL 257 41 298

TOTAL 72 226 298

FTIAC'S*(FirstTimeInAnyCollege) READMITS TRANSFERS CONTINUING GUEST TOTAL

FALL2009 18 5 34 168 0 225

FALL2010 67 8 48 199 0 322

FALL2011 22 4 38 234 0 298

FRESHMAN APPLIED ADMITTED

FALL2009 53 17

FALL2010** 59 46

FALL2011 39 28

UNIVERSITYCOLLEGE

UNDERGRADUATESTUDENTS ALLSTUDENTS

FULL‐TIME 490 87% 490 87%

TOTALFULL‐TIME TOTALPART‐TIME TOTALS

272 28 300

MEN 56% 37% 53%

PART‐TIME 75 13% 75 13%

TOTAL 565 565

WOMEN 218 44% 47 63% 265 47%

TOTAL 490 75 565

FTIAC'S*(FirstTimeInAnyCollege) READMITS TRANSFERS CONTINUING GUEST TOTAL

FALL2009 345 20 54 118 10 547

FALL2010 316 27 62 119 5 529

FALL2011 321 37 67 135 5 565

FRESHMAN APPLIED ADMITTED

FALL2009 1,526 1,206

FALL2010** 1,527 1,282

FALL2011 1,527 1,260

*Includesallstudents,F‐T,P‐T,degree‐seekingandnon‐degree‐seeking. **AppliedonlycountscompletedapplicationsasofFall2010 Source:OfficeofInstitutionalResearchandTesting

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COMPARATIVEFALLENROLLMENTREPORTBYCOLLEGE WOMEN 2,277

MEN 439

689 1,479 6 77 26

100 324 1 10 4

789 1,803 7 87 30

898 1,675 12 70 0

1,189

817

2,006

1,954

385 709 95

306 409 102

691 1,118 197

654 1,153 147

1,074

1,560

2,634

2,640

171 842 5 51 5

189 1,301 3 63 4

360 2,143 8 114 9

403 2,074 6 146 11

1,162

1,132

2,294

2,232

147 842 0 122 30 20 1

267 747 0 88 23 6 1

414 1,589 0 210 53 26 2

410 1,482 1 251 57 30 1

149

1,810

1,959

1,958

63 83 3 0

699 1,097 14 0

762 1,180 17 0

702 1,238 17 1

929

485

1,414

1,419

729 30 8 162

422 19 2 42

1,151 49 10 204

1,195 44 3 177

OPTOMETRY

85

60

145

143

O.D.Degree

85

60

145

143

288

241

529

529

288

241

529

529

69

229

298

322

41 27 1

215 14 0

256 41 1

262 28 32

265

300

565

529

220 45

242 58

462 103

469 60

7,487

7,073

14,560

14,381

ALLIEDHEALTHSCIENCES AssociateDegree BachelorDegree Certificate Master'sDegree Non‐DegreeSeekingUndergraduate

ARTS&SCIENCES AssociateDegree BachelorDegree Non‐DegreeSeekingUndergraduate

BUSINESS AssociateDegree BachelorDegree Certificate Master'sDegree Non‐DegreeSeekingUndergraduate

EDUCATION&HUMANSERVICES AssociateDegree BachelorDegree Certificate Master'sDegree Non‐DegreeSeekingCertificate Non‐DegreeSeekingGraduate Non‐DegreeSeekingUndergraduate

ENGINEERINGTECHNOLOGY AssociateDegree BachelorDegree Certificate Non‐DegreeSeekingUndergraduate

KENDALL BachelorDegree Master'sDegree Non‐DegreeSeekingSpecialPrograms Non‐DegreeSeekingUndergraduate

PHARMACY PharmDDegree

PROFESSIONAL&TECHNOLOGICALSTUDIES BachelorDegree DoctorateDegree Non‐DegreeSeekingUndergraduate

UNIVERSITYCOLLEGE AssociateDegree Non‐DegreeSeekingUndergraduate

TOTAL

2011TOTAL 2010TOTAL 2,716 2,655

Source:OfficeofInstitutionalResearchandTesting

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SCH/FTE/FYES StudentCreditHours(SCH)ProducedByCampus STUDENTCREDITHOURS BIGRAPIDS KENDALL OFFCAMPUS INTERNET TOTAL

FALL2009

FALL2010

FALL2011

%Δ'10to'11

127,165 14,986 11,699 9,676 163,526

125,865 14,959 14,554 11,305 166,683

125,380 14,533 14,620 12,532 167,065

0% ‐3% 0% 11% 0%

Source:OfficeofInstitutionalResearchandTesting

StudentCreditHours(SCH)ProducedByStudentLevel FallSemester

Undergraduate

Graduate

Professional Practice

Doctorate

Total

2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

143,998 147,326 148,893 152,153 152,885

3,426 3,380 3,252 3,098 2,859

11,369 11,480 11,381 11,264 11,009

N/A N/A N/A 168 312

158,793 162,186 163,526 166,683 167,065

Full‐TimeEquatedStudent(FTE)ByStudentLevel Full TimeEquatedStudent(FTE)ByStudentLevel FallSemester

Undergraduate

Graduate

Professional Practice

Doctorate

Total

2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

9,600 9,822 9,926 10,144 10,192

286 282 271 258 238

680 692 703 672 674

N/A N/A N/A 21 39

10,566 10,796 10,900 11,095 11,143

Source:OfficeofInstitutionalResearchandTesting

Full‐YearEquatedStudent(FYES) AcademicYear 2001/02 2002/03 2003/04 2004/05 2005/06

FYES 9,568 9,841 10,340 10,548 11,063

AcademicYear 2006/07 2007/08 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11

Source:StateofMichiganHEIDIDatabase,AppendixA,BudgetOffice

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FYES 11,098 11,392 11,667 11,791 12,076

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COMPARATIVEFALLENROLLMENT& STUDENTCREDITHOUR(SCH)PRODUCTIONBYSITE StudentHeadcount

StudentCreditHours

Headcountbasedonwherestudentenrolled

SCHsbasedonCourseCreditProduction

Student Site Code Site AG GrandRapids EA AuburnHills ED Dearborn EF Flint EG GardenCity EH Howell EL Lansing EM Midland/UniversityCenter EP PortHuron ER Warren EU Utica/ClintonTownship K Kendall M MainBigRapids MB BigRapids/CPTS MH Harrison MN Newaygo MP Mt.Pleasant NA Alpena NL Ludington NP Petoskey NS Scottville NT TraverseCity OL Online OS StudyAway WD Dowagiac WH Holland WM Muskegon

Fall2010 1,043 5 1 192 34 16 200 178 40 34 59 1,423 9,876 51 25 0 0 13 7 22 29 406 622 0 76 18 11

Fall2011 1,040 21 0 172 33 23 211 163 43 37 53 1,418 9,906 60 11 0 0 9 1 7 44 397 793 0 71 18 29

Course Section Code Site AG GrandRapids EA AuburnHills ED Dearborn EF Flint EG GardenCity EH Howell EL Lansing EM Midland/UniversityCenter EP PortHuron ER Warren EU Utica/ClintonTownship K Kendall M MainBigRapids MB BigRapids/CPTS MH Harrison MN Newaygo MP Mt.Pleasant NA Alpena NL Ludington NP Petoskey NS Scottville NT TraverseCity OL Online OS StudyAway WD Dowagiac WH Holland WM Muskegon

Fall2010 7,625 18 0 1,150 254 92 1,167 965 289 144 407 14,959 125,822 10,147 262 48 42 0 0 221 110 2,319 0 135 471 36 0

Fall2011 7,281 192 0 1,054 304 45 1,179 800 308 201 364 14,533 125,346 12,039 88 69 18 0 0 104 217 2,206 0 119 494 0 104

Source:OfficeofInstitutionalResearchandTesting

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TOTALFALLHEADCOUNTCOMPAREDTOFTE

16,000

14,560

14,381 14,000

13 865 13,865

13,532

13,087

12,000

10,900

10,796

10,566

11,095

11,143

10,000 10 000

8,000

6,000

4,000

2,000

Fall

0 2007

2008

2009

Headcount

2010

FTE

Fall Semester FallSemester

Headcount

FTE

2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

13,087 13,532 13,865 14,381 14,560

10,566 10,796 10,900 11,095 11,143

Source:OfficeofInstitutionalResearchandTesting

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COMPARATIVEFALLENROLLMENTBYRACE/ETHNICORIGIN 2010 TOTAL

2011 TOTAL

DIFFERENCE

AMERICANINDIANORALASKANATIVE

120

1%

104

1%

‐16

ASIAN

223

2%

225

2%

2

BLACKORAFRICANAMERICAN

957

7%

909

6%

‐48

FOREIGN

176

1%

226

2%

50

HISPANICORLATINO

340

2%

423

3%

83

4

0%

5

0%

1

11,352

79%

11,518

79%

166

174

1%

243

2%

69

UNREPORTED

1,035

7%

907

6%

‐128

TOTAL

14,381

NATIVEHAWAIIANORPACIFICISLANDER WHITE TWOORMORERACES

14,560

179

Thefollowingdefinitionsareusedindeterminingracial/ethnicdesignations. AmericanIndianorAlaskaNative: ApersonhavingoriginsinanyoftheoriginalpeoplesofNorthandSouthAmerica(includingCentralAmerica),andwho maintainsculturalidentificationthroughtribalaffiliationorcommunityattachment. Asian: ApersonhavingoriginsinanyoftheoriginalpeoplesoftheFarEast,SoutheastAsia,ortheIndianSubcontinent including,forexample,Cambodia,China,India,Japan,Korea,Malaysia,Pakistan,thePhilippineIslands,Thailand,and Vietnam. BlackorAfricanAmerican: ApersonhavingoriginsinanyoftheblackracialgroupsofAfrica. Foreign: ApersonwhoisnotacitizenoftheUnitedStates,andwhoisinthiscountryonatemporarybasisanddoesnothavea righttoremainindefinitely. HispanicorLatino: ApersonofCuban,Mexican,PuertoRican,CentralorSouthAmerican,orotherSpanishcultureororigin,regardlessof race. NativeHawaiianorPacificIslander: ApersonhavingoriginsinanyoftheoriginalpeoplesofHawaii,Guam,Samoa,orotherPacificIsland. White: ApersonhavingoriginsinanyoftheoriginalpeoplesofEurope,theMiddleEast,orNorthAfrica.

Source:OfficeofInstitutionalResearchandTesting

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ETHNICDISTRIBUTIONBYCOLLEGE FALL2011

COLLEGE AlliedHealth Female

American Indian/ Native Alaskan

BlackOr African American

Asian

Foreign

HispanicOr Latino

Native HawaiianOr Pacific Islander

White

TwoOrMore Races Unreported

Total

18

31

89

4

57

1,958

35

85

2,277

Total

4 22

7 38

23 112

5 9

13 70

0 0

363 2,321

9 44

15 100

2,716

Arts&Sciences Female

11

25

90

12

40

936

24

51

1,189

Total

7 18

25 50

34 124

17 29

17 57

1 1

678 1,614

14 38

24 75

2,006

Business Female

12

13

68

13

35

880

17

36

1,074

20 32

21 34

84 152

23 36

33 68

1 1

1,284 2,164

23 40

71 107

2,634

6

3

157

9

54

1

864

24

44

1,162

4 7

96 253

1 10

34 88

0 1

937 1,801

14 38

43 87

1,132

Total

3 9

EngineeringTechnology Female

1

2

7

6

129

2

2

149

23 25

60 67

56 56

49 55

2 2

1,536 1,665

19 21

57 59

1,810

Total

8 9

1,959

Kendall Female

4

21

14

4

30

592

20

244

929

Total

4 8

10 31

12 26

3 7

24 54

0 0

275 867

12 32

145 389

1,414

Optometry Female

1

6

76

1

1

85

Total

0 0

2 3

0 0

4 10

0 0

0 0

51 127

2 3

1 2

145

Pharmacy Female

15

6

12

4

227

1

23

288

16 31

4 10

9 21

3 7

0 0

185 412

4 5

20 43

241

Total

0 0

Professional&Technological Female

1

5

2

50

1

10

69

3 3

12 17

0 0

6 8

0 0

184 234

3 4

18 28

229

Total

3 4

UniversityCollege Female

2

74

10

11

150

10

8

265

2 2

1 3

74 148

38 48

5 16

0 0

163 313

8 18

9 17

300

University Totals Total Female

53

113

510

70

239

1

5,862

135

504

7,487

Total Male

51

112

399

156

184

4

5,656

108

403

7,073

104

225

909

226

423

5

11,518

243

907

14,560

Male

Male

Male Total Education Female Male

Male

Male

Male

Male

Male

Male Total

Total

Source: Office of Institutional Research and Testing

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817

1,560

2,294

485

60

529

298

565

ENROLLMENT

FALLENROLLMENTBYPROGRAM 2008/09 On Off OL CLINICALLAB,RESPITORYCARE,&HEALTHADMINISTRATION Coding/Reimbursem*ntSpecialistCERT 2 7 EnvironmentalHealth&SafetyMgmtBS 1 HealthCareSystemsAdministrationBS 274 75 HealthInformationManagementBS 17 17 HealthInformationTechnologyAAS 35 38 MedicalLaboratoryTechnologyAAS 11 MedicalRecordAdministrationBS 1 1 MedicalRecordTechnologyAAS 3 4 MedicalTechnologyBS 47 MolecularDiagnosticsBS PhlebotomyCERT 1 Pre‐HealthCareSystemsAdministrationBS 17 2 Pre‐HealthInformationManagementBS 5 Pre‐HealthInformationTechnologyAAS Pre‐MedicalLaboratoryTechnologyAAS 11 Pre‐MedicalRecordAdministrationBS 1 Pre‐MedicalRecordTechnologyAAS 1 Pre‐MedicalTechnologyAAS 3 Pre‐MedicalTechnologyBS 29 Pre‐MolecularDiagnosticsBS Pre‐RespiratoryCareAAS 22 8 RespiratoryCareAAS 34 104 PROGRAMLOCATIONTOTAL 517 254 0 771 DEPARTMENTTOTAL

ALLIEDHEALTHSCIENCES

DENTALHYGIENE&MEDICALIMAGING DentalHygieneAAS DentalHygieneBS DiagnosticMedicalSonographyAAS NuclearMedicineTechnologyAAS NuclearMedicineTechnologyBS Pre‐DentalHygieneAAS Pre‐DiagnosticMedicalSonographyAAS Pre‐NuclearMedicineAAS Pre‐NuclearMedicineBS Pre‐RadiographyAAS RadiographyAAS PROGRAMLOCATIONTOTAL DEPARTMENTTOTAL

101

26

On 2 0 260 19 48 6 0 3 48

2009/10 Off OL 2

2 0 282 23 62 7 0 1 48

105 12 57 2 2

4 16 2 4 21 1 1 3 31 30 36 535

10 131 321 856

91

On

0 8 2 5 20 0 0 4 38 5 34 34 575

69

2010/11 Off OL 10 90 17 63 0 0

10 96 286 861

48 19 46 27 127 70 39 20 147 68 664

35

1

62 726

23 20 49 145 76 8 45 152 68 677

43

20

2

45 790

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On 1 0 262 30 40 2 0 0 43 6 0 0 0 1 11 0 0 1 23 16 17 39 492

74

2011/12 Off OL 6 78 22 55 0 0

46 207 699

70 28 0 77 160 70 5 40 121 60 630

48

25

1

49 774

95

55 19 0 77 157 98 0 34 100 62 621

47

24

2

49 749

79

55

ENROLLMENT

FALLENROLLMENTBYPROGRAM ALLIEDHEALTHSCIENCES SCHOOLOFNURSING MasterofScienceinNursingMSN NursingAAS NursingBS Nursing(acceleratedtrack)BS NursingBSN Pre‐NursingAAS Pre‐NursingBS PROGRAMLOCATIONTOTAL DEPARTMENTTOTAL ALLIEDHEALTHSCIENCES AlliedHealthScienceAAS AlliedHealthScienceBS UndeclaredGraduate UndeclaredUndergraduate PROGRAMLOCATIONTOTAL DEPARTMENTTOTAL COLLEGELOCATIONTOTAL COLLEGETOTAL

On

5 105 7 287 404

2008/09 Off OL 59 1 347

407 811

64 1 10

1,585

On

147 5 304 531

2009/10 Off OL 0 0 130

130 884

223

223

32 1 5 6 6 729 2,314

1 33

1,776

On 0 0 5 17 126 1 304 453

2010/11 Off OL 0 0 98

98 967

70

416

2 0 0 20 110 1 374 507

66 42 2 0 110

511

1,730

346

48 5 0 3 3 36 499 2,566

0 53

291

1,711

0 0 0 53 433 2,655

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On

2011/12 Off OL 0 0 57

57 1,064

85 415

500

66 0 28 28 204 341 2,716

66

645

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FALLENROLLMENTBYPROGRAM ARTS&SCIENCES

On

BIOLOGICALSCIENCES BiochemistryBA BiologyBA BiologyBS Biology/EnvironmentalBiologyBS Biology/ForensicBiologyBS Biology/Pre‐DentistryBS Biology/Pre‐MedicineBS Biology/Pre‐OptometryBS Biology/Pre‐VeterinaryMedicineBS BiotechnologyBS OrnamentalHorticultureTechnologyAAS Pre‐PhysicalTherapyBS Pre‐ScienceAS PROGRAMLOCATIONTOTAL DEPARTMENTTOTAL

15 52 72 21 80 30 79 61 18 38 20 37 69 592

HUMANITIES AppliedSpeechCommunicationAA AppliedSpeechCommunicationBS CommunicationBA HistoryBA PROGRAMLOCATIONTOTAL DEPARTMENTTOTAL

7 27 11 29 74

LANGUAGES&LITERATURE EnglishBA EnglishLiteratureBA Journalism&TechnicalCommunicationBS LiberalArtsAA Pre‐ArtsAA Pre‐TechnicalCommunicationsAA Tech&ProfComm/AutomotiveWritingBS Tech&ProfComm/MultiMediaWritingBS Tech&ProfComm/PublicationMgmtBS Tech&ProfComm/Sci.&MedicalWritingBS Technical&ProfessionalCommunicationBS PROGRAMLOCATIONTOTAL DEPARTMENTTOTAL

0 23 11 24 0 1 1 1 0 1 5 67

2008/09 Off OL

0 592

1 1 75

10 8 116 28 68 32 86 93 23 31 17 46 88 646

5 23 7 28 63

20 3 8 22 3 5 0 0 1 1 8 71

1

1 68

On

2009/10 Off OL

0 646

0 0 63

7 7 95 23 72 32 80 114 21 41 14 46 109 661

4 23 13 29 69

25 2 8 18 5 5 0 0 0 0 5 68

1

1 72

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On

2010/11 Off OL

0 661

0 0 69

On

14 2 89 24 62 35 80 110 12 37 9 42 123 639

2 24 12 26 64

2011/12 Off OL

0 639

0 64

35

3 3 71

11 28 8 2 0 0 0 0 6 90

6 6 96

57

ENROLLMENT

FALLENROLLMENTBYPROGRAM ARTS&SCIENCES MATHEMATICS AppliedMathematicsBS AppliedMathematics/ActuarialScienceBS AppliedMathematics/ComputerScienceBS AppliedMathematics/OperationResearchBS AppliedMathematics/StatisticsBS MathematicsBA Pre‐EngineeringAS PROGRAMLOCATIONTOTAL DEPARTMENTTOTAL

On

2009/10 Off OL

On

16 13 7 1

14 20 6 1

0 3 34

3 5 45

7 7 55

28 4 11 2 449 494

37 3 8 1 429 478

24 10 14 1 7 108 16 103 7 290

28 11 19 3 18 120 4 118 8 329

28 2 4 14 506 554

SOCIALSCIENCES PoliticalScienceBS Pre‐LawAA Pre‐PsychologyAA Pre‐PublicAdministrationAA Pre‐SocialWorkAA PsychologyBS PublicAdministrationBS SocialWorkBSW SociologyBA PROGRAMLOCATIONTOTAL DEPARTMENTTOTAL

5 8 15 0 7 97 33 95 12 272

COLLEGELOCATIONTOTAL COLLEGETOTAL

On

17 8 6 0

PHYSICALSCIENCES ChemistryBA IndustrialChemistryTechnologyAAS Pre‐MortuaryScienceAS Pre‐OptometryAS Pre‐PharmacyAS PROGRAMLOCATIONTOTAL DEPARTMENTTOTAL

ARTS&SCIENCES FastTrack IntegrativeStudiesBIS Math/ScienceTechnologyCenter Undeclared PROGRAMLOCATIONTOTAL DEPARTMENTTOTAL

2008/09 Off OL

0 34

0 554

1 43 44 316

88 21 15 124

1,717

0 45

0 494

0 43 43 333

99 22 0 0 0 124 46 1,763

121

1,730

144 67 0 1 1 122 45 1,775

211

1,871

2010/11 Off OL

0 55

0 478

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32 4 6 0 449 491

27 5 27 2 21 134 1 124 8 349

67

3 10 0 13 224 83 1,954

Note:MethodologyfordeterminingprogramlocationchangedasofSummerSemester2009.Seepage69formoredetails. Source:OfficeofInstitutionalResearch&Testing

18 19 7 1 1 5 5 56

67 396

On

174 51 9 0

234

1,923

2011/12 Off OL

0 56

0 491

0 50 50 399

1 8 13 22 261 78 2,006

5

5

5

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FALLENROLLMENTBYPROGRAM BUSINESS

On ACCOUNTING,FINANCE,&INFORMATIONSYSTEMS AccountancyAAS 20 AccountancyBS 62 Accountancy/ComputerInfoSystemsBS 7 Accountancy/FinanceBS 35 Accountancy/ProfessionallyDirectedBS Accountancy/PublicAccountingBS 17 ComputerInformationSystemsAAS 19 ComputerInformationSystemsBS 71 ComputerInformationTechnologyBS FinanceBS 33 Finance/CorporateAccountingBS 5 Finance/InvestmentBS 9 Finance/RealEstateBS 2 HomelandSecurityDigital/ForensicsCERT 1 InformationSecurity&IntelligenceBS InformationSecurity&NetworkMgmtCERT 32 MasterofInformationSystemsManagement ProjectManagementCERT PROGRAMLOCATIONTOTAL 313 DEPARTMENTTOTAL MANAGEMENT AdvancedStudyTechniquesCERT AdvancedStudyDesign/InnovationCERT BusinessAdminw/ProfessionalTracksBS BusinessAdministrationBS BusinessAdministrationw/LegalStudiesBS BusinessAdministration/AviationBS GeneralBusinessAAS HumanResourceManagementBS HumanResourceManagementCERT InternationalBusinessBS InternationalBusinessCERT LegalStudiesAAS ManagementBS MasterofBusinessAdministration Operations&SupplyManagementBS Pre‐BusinessAAS SmallBusiness&EntrepreneurshipBS PROGRAMLOCATIONTOTAL DEPARTMENTTOTAL

1 12 191 44

2008/09 Off OL

On

1

26 58 12 36

71

18 18 78

71

48

1

62

66 1 51

25 216 529

1 2 48 211

347

0 16 196 29

8

0 2 65 230

93 2 0

46 32 1 1 0 11 26 91 8 89 8 554

5

2 320 879

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80 0

55 14

1 83 0 233 592

1 3 30 203 25

0 0 88 262

On 22 7 8 34 10 68 18 61 20 29 7 9 0 0 36 0 23 1 353

1 5 32 207 28

4

1

13

2010/11 Off OL

359

7

2

367 841

7 218 565

On 22 5 8 22 1 87 27 70 11 25 16 10 1 0 13 0 41

82

26 12 9 2 0

75 24 4 1 13 17 13 11 54 14 474

2009/10 Off OL

5

47 29 0 0 0 10 15 105 11 99 2 580

0 355 935

55 0 33 56 28

0 80 0 252 605

0 0 103 289 5

1

2011/12 Off OL

35 29 0 0 0 11 5 67 11 101 0 532

5 0

1

23

0 403 958

23

59

ENROLLMENT

FALLENROLLMENTBYPROGRAM BUSINESS MARKETING AdvertisingBS AdvertisingCERT Advertising/IntegrativeMarketingCommBS BusinessDataAnalyticsBS DirectMarketingCERT GraphicDesignAAS GraphicDesignBS MarketingBS PublicRelationsBS VisualDesign&WebMediaAAS PROGRAMLOCATIONTOTAL DEPARTMENTTOTAL

On

2008/09 Off OL

67

130 59 128 56 3 443

1 1 1

3 446

COLLEGELOCATIONTOTAL COLLEGETOTAL

2 2

1,878

2009/10 Off OL

54 2 10

SPORTS,ENTERTAINMENT,&HOSPITALITYMANAGEMENT Dietary&FoodServiceManagementAAS HotelManagementBS 13 HotelMgmt/Restaurant&FoodInd.MgmtBS 36 Marketing/ProfessionalGolfMgmtBS Marketing/ProfessionalTennisBS MusicIndustryManagementBS 164 Pre‐MusicIndustryManagementAAS 11 Pre‐ProfessionalGolfManagementBS 10 Pre‐ProfessionalTennisMgmtAAS 6 ProfessionalGolfManagementBS 237 ProfessionalTennisManagementBS 46 ResortManagementBS 90 Restaurant&FoodIndustryMgmtAAS 32 SpecialEvent/MeetingPlanningCERT 1 PROGRAMLOCATIONTOTAL 646 0 DEPARTMENTTOTAL 646 BUSINESS IntegrativeStudiesBS Undeclared PROGRAMLOCATIONTOTAL DEPARTMENTTOTAL

On

160 49 115 44 0 434

0 0 0

0 434

595 2,473

132 45 118 39 0 403

10 48

11 55

174 26 12 17 227 34 84 26 0 658

40 200 29 15 15 228 2 82 22 0 699

5

1,998

2010/11 Off OL

27 0 41 1

0 658

5 9 9 11

On

0 699

379

4 6 40 1 29 201 28 17 19 229 17 77 14 0 682

0 9 9 14 547 2,550

5

2,041

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2011/12 Off OL

0 0 0

0 379

1

1 683

0 11 11 11 599 2,640

Note:MethodologyfordeterminingprogramlocationchangedasofSummerSemester2009.Seepage69formoredetails.

60

11 0 51 2 1 108 46 116 44

0 0 0

0 403

On

1,946

9 9 9 665 2,634

23

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FALLENROLLMENTBYPROGRAM EDUCATION&HUMANSERVICES

On

LEISURESTUDIES&WELLNESS RecreationLeadership&ManagementBS PROGRAMLOCATIONTOTAL DEPARTMENTTOTAL

81 81

SCHOOLOFCRIMINALJUSTICE CriminalJusticeBS MasterofCriminalJusticeAdministration Pre‐CriminalJusticeAA PROGRAMLOCATIONTOTAL DEPARTMENTTOTAL

207 22 273 502

SCHOOLOFEDUCATION Adv.StudiesTotalQualityMgmtCERT AlliedHealthEducationBS BiologyEducationBS BusinessEducationBS Career&TechnicalEducationMS CertificationCERT CertificationElementaryEducationCERT CertificationGraduateCERT ChemistryEducationBS Curriculum&InstructionM.Ed. EarlyChildhoodEducationAAS EarlyChildhoodEducationBS ElementaryEducationBS EnglishEducationBS GeographyEducationBS HistoryEducationBS MarketingEducationBS MathematicsEducationBS PoliticalScienceEducationBS Pre‐TeachingElementaryAA Pre‐TeachingSecondaryAA Pro‐Mo‐TEd‐TechnicalEducation SocialStudiesBS SocialStudies/ElementaryBS TeacherCertificationCERT TechnicalEducationBS TraininginBusiness&IndustryBS WageEarningHomeEconomicsEduBS PROGRAMLOCATIONTOTAL DEPARTMENTTOTAL

2008/09 Off OL

0 81

77 77

188 25 299 512

317 35 352 854

1 24 3 25

0 4 61 21 23 204 46

On

2009/10 Off OL

0 77

76 76

189 32 346 567

404 31 435 947

0 1 1 2 32

27 3 33

21 101 7

0 3 52 15 29 189 43

66

5

44 0 15 21

On

2010/11 Off OL

0 76

28 1 35

59

2

41

9

45 3 13 28

13

8

4

3

3

9 14

10 31 1 1 316 901

16 1 12 6

15

46 2 14 32 3 30 1 19 8

15

568

577

1 81

24 23 0 0 335 927

Ferris State University Fact Book

2011/12 Off OL

0 73

568 42 610 1,233

41 132 7

248 28 347 623

0 1 0 36

26 116 6

585

73 73

1 1 1 0 38

1 1 56 18 39 161 31

91

506 39 545 1,112

On

23 2 28 12

0 3 47 18 38 161 24 1 41 1 48 1 13 36 0 30 0 0 6

22

533

1 53

22 5 33 5 0 0 322 912

0 0 0 28 35 1 1 37 52 138 4 1 9

21 4 0 2 0 0 312 867

1

22

61

ENROLLMENT

FALLENROLLMENTBYPROGRAM EDUCATION&HUMANSERVICES TELEVISIONPRODUCTION Television&DigitalMediaProductionBS PROGRAMLOCATIONTOTAL DEPARTMENTTOTAL EDUCATION&HUMANSERVICES ArtEducationCERTforBFA UndeclaredUndergraduate UndeclaredGraduate PROGRAMLOCATIONTOTAL DEPARTMENTTOTAL COLLEGELOCATIONTOTAL COLLEGETOTAL

On 100 100

2008/09 Off OL

0 100

5 10 15

1,283

On 98 98

2009/10 Off OL

0 98

10 4 38 42 57 710 1,993

15 25

1,289

On 97 97

2010/11 Off OL

0 97

4 3 8 11 36 781 2,085

23 27

15

1,335

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89 89

2011/12 Off OL

0 89

4 1 7 8 35 875 2,232

20 24

22

1,342

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On

2 6 8 32 930 2,294

22

ENROLLMENT

FALLENROLLMENTBYPROGRAM 2008/09 On Off OL ARCHITECTURALTECHNOLOGY&FACILITYMANAGEMENT ArchitecturalTechnologyAAS 79 Architecture&SustainabilityBS FacilitiesManagementBS 58 FacilitiesManagementCERT 14 Pre‐ArchitecturalSustainabilityBS Pre‐ArchitecturalTechnologyAAS 5 Pre‐FacilitiesManagementBS 6 PROGRAMLOCATIONTOTAL 148 14 0 DEPARTMENTTOTAL 162

ENGINEERINGTECHNOLOGY

AUTOMOTIVE Automotive&HeavyEquipmentMgmtBS AutomotiveEngineeringTechnologyBS AutomotiveManagementBS AutomotiveServiceTechnologyAAS Pre‐Automotive&HeavyEquipmentBS Pre‐AutomotiveEngineeringTechnologyBS Pre‐AutomotiveManagementAAS Pre‐AutomotiveServiceTechnologyAAS PROGRAMLOCATIONTOTAL DEPARTMENTTOTAL CONSTRUCTIONTECHNOLOGY&MANAGEMENT AdvancedConstructionManagementCERT BuildingConstructionTechnologyAAS CivilEngineeringTechnologyAAS ConstructionManagementBS Pre‐BuildingConstructionTechnologyAAS Pre‐CivilEngineeringTechnologyAAS Pre‐ConstructionManagementBS PROGRAMLOCATIONTOTAL DEPARTMENTTOTAL ELECTRONICS/CNS ComputerNetworks&SystemsBS Electrical/ElectronicsEngineeringTechBS IndustrialElectronicsTechnologyAAS Pre‐ComputerNetworks&SystemsBS Pre‐Electrical/ElectronicsEngTechBS Pre‐IndustrialElectronicsTechnologyAAS PROGRAMLOCATIONTOTAL DEPARTMENTTOTAL ENERGYSYSTEMS EnergySystemsEngineeringBS Pre‐EnergySystemsEngineeringBS PROGRAMLOCATIONTOTAL DEPARTMENTTOTAL

21 160 48 69 7 4 6 315

27 19 289 6 3 11 355

69 33 43 6 2 153

21

23 17 263 4 1 7 315

1

1 154

4 3 131

7 239

16

19 374

59 1

2 1

66 35 42 5

2009/10 Off OL

64

4 146 47 30 0 5

5

26 341

On

4 152

On

2010/11 Off OL

42

0 141

10

54 1

10

9 5 111

14

1 172 41 35 0 6

4

18 257

7 262

23 21 203 4 1 7 259

1 5 26

32 347

1

1 153

68 29 42 3

5 147

0 0

0 0

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4

2011/12 Off OL

70 11 44 0

0 126

15

15

11 2 4 6 137

8 14

22 284

7 2 11 264

17 21 186 6 1 3 234

61 28 42 5 1 6 143

12 1 13

1 5

0 147

0 4

11

12

14 278

1

24

30 289

0 148

2 158 51 35

4 0

On

18

19 253

0 143

0 13

63

ENROLLMENT

FALLENROLLMENTBYPROGRAM ENGINEERINGTECHNOLOGY

On

HEAVYEQUIPMENT HeavyEquipmentServiceEngineeringBS HeavyEquipmentTechnologyAAS Pre‐HeavyEquipmentTechnologyAAS PROGRAMLOCATIONTOTAL DEPARTMENTTOTAL

35 74 1 110

HVACR HVACREngineeringTechnologyBS HVACRTechnologyAAS Pre‐HVACREngineeringTechnologyBS Pre‐HVACRTechnologyAAS PROGRAMLOCATIONTOTAL DEPARTMENTTOTAL

73 63 3 11 150

MANUFACTURINGENGINEERINGTECHNOLOGY ManufacturingEngineeringTechnologyBS ManufacturingTechnologyAAS ManufacturingToolingTechnologyAAS Pre‐ManufacturingEngineeringBS Pre‐ManufacturingToolingTechnologyAAS QualityEngineeringTechnologyBS QualityTechnologyBS QualityTechnologyCERT PROGRAMLOCATIONTOTAL DEPARTMENTTOTAL

43

0 110

92 59 4 9 164

54

54 204

67

48 68 37 2 5 7 8 35 210

PLASTICS&RUBBER PlasticsEngineeringTechnologyBS PlasticsTechnologyAAS Pre‐PlasticsEngineeringTechnologyBS Pre‐PlasticsEngineeringTechnologyAAS Pre‐RubberEngineeringTechnologyBS Pre‐RubberTechnologyAAS RubberEngineeringTechnologyBS RubberTechnologyAAS PROGRAMLOCATIONTOTAL DEPARTMENTTOTAL

45 53 8 6 2 2 3 12 131

On 40 65 1 106

35

37

15 8 1

MECHANICALDESIGN CADDrafting&ToolDesignTechnologyAAS MechanicalEngineeringTechnologyAAS MechanicalEngineeringTechnologyBS Pre‐CADDrafting&ToolDesignAAS Pre‐MechanicalEngineeringTechnologyAAS Pre‐MechanicalEngineeringTechnologyBS Pre‐ProductDesignEngineeringBS ProductDesignEngineeringTechnologyBS PROGRAMLOCATIONTOTAL DEPARTMENTTOTAL

64

2008/09 Off OL

2009/10 Off OL

0 106

35 66 2 103

80 65 5 8 158

55

55 219

44

29

27 6 1 14 1 1 51 118

26 26 236

0 131

71

42 70 43 0 6 2 7 32 202

37 55 7 5 2 2 3 13 124

On

2010/11 Off OL

0 103

73

0 231

73

43

15 15 217

0 124

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60

41 65 46 0 6 4 3 32 197

43 49 7 3 3 2 6 5 118

10 0 0 53 113

20 20 217

0 118

29 85 4 118

73 60 3 13 149

32 4 19 1 2

26 3 2 15 1 0 60 131

On

2011/12 Off OL

0 118

83

0 232

83

37

20

58

44 76 28 3 11 4 4 37 207

47 52 4 2 2 1 4 6 118

1 58 116

21 21 228

0 118

ENROLLMENT

FALLENROLLMENTBYPROGRAM ENGINEERINGTECHNOLOGY

On PRINTING&IMAGINGTECHNOLOGYMANAGEMENT NewMediaPrinting&PublishingBS 11 Pre‐Printing&DigitalGraphicAAS Printing&DigitalGraphicImagingTechAAS 31 PrintingManagementBS 24 PROGRAMLOCATIONTOTAL 66 DEPARTMENTTOTAL SURVEYING GeographicInformationCERT Pre‐SurveyingEngineeringBS Pre‐SurveyingTechnologyAAS SurveyingEngineeringBS SurveyingTechnologyAAS PROGRAMLOCATIONTOTAL DEPARTMENTTOTAL WELDINGENGINEERINGTECHNOLOGY Pre‐WeldingEngineeringTechnologyBS Pre‐WeldingTechnologyAAS WeldingEngineeringTechnologyBS WeldingTechnologyAAS PROGRAMLOCATIONTOTAL DEPARTMENTTOTAL ENGINEERINGTECHNOLOGY UndeclaredUndergraduate PROGRAMLOCATIONTOTAL DEPARTMENTTOTAL COLLEGELOCATIONTOTAL COLLEGETOTAL

2008/09 Off OL

0 66

On

2009/10 Off OL

On

16

13

32 16 64

26 15 54

0 64

2010/11 Off OL

On

15 2 27 18 62

2 1 42 15 60

0 195

3 14 61 108 186

0 0 1

1 1

125 1,958

89

0 54

2011/12 Off OL

0 62

4 3 73 31 107

7 6 54 85 152

1,964

0 107

0 152

5 5 5 196 2,160

4 68 26 98

2 1 71 94 168

1,834

2 57 17 76

0 168

1 7 71 116 195

3 3 4

1 1

184 2,029

11

1,744

0 98

0 76

0 64

4

0 186

0 0

1,749

112 1,959

98

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FALLENROLLMENTBYPROGRAM KENDALL DESIGNSTUDIES DigitalMedia2DAnimationBFA DigitalMedia3DAnimationBFA DigitalMediaBFA DigitalMediaDigitalIllustrationBFA DigitalMediaInteractiveDesignBFA DigitalMediaMotionGraphicsBFA FurnitureDesignBFA GraphicDesignBFA IllustrationBFA Illustration‐DigitalMediaBFA IndustrialDesignBFA InteriorDesignAFA InteriorDesignBFA Metals/JewelryDesignBFA PROGRAMLOCATIONTOTAL DEPARTMENTTOTAL FINEARTS/FOUNDATION ArtEducationBFA ArtEducationCERT DrawingBFA FashionStudiesBFA FineArtsDrawingBFA FineArtsDrawingMFA FineArtsPaintingBFA FineArtsPaintingMFA FineArtsPhotographyBFA FineArtsPhotographyMFA FineArtsPrintmakingBFA FineArtsPrintmakingMFA FineArtsSculptureBFA FineArtsUndecidedBFA FineArtsWoodworkBFA PaintingBFA PhotographyBFA Sculpture/FunctionalArtBFA PROGRAMLOCATIONTOTAL DEPARTMENTTOTAL

66

Ken 16 20 13 42 15 6 41 214 121 4 70 1 199 23 785

2008/09 Off OL

0 785

Ken 24 24 4 57 15 12 35 224 170 1 80 1 180 22 849

2009/10 Off OL

0 849

4 4 94 27 2 2 34 239 206 0 75 0 163 16 866

70 0 40 1 0 9 5 19 1 6 15 2 1 0 0 48 94 22 333

71 2 19 22 6 9 23 1 5 12 2 2 12 3 35 77 23 232

0 232

9 10 10 21 3 4 12 3 1 7 1 46 88 27 334

0 334

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Ken

2010/11 Off OL

Ken

2011/12 Off OL

1 108 9 2 34 237 210 80

0 866

135 10 826

0 826

0 322

61 45 10 10 2 21 9 5 3

0 333

35 97 24 322

ENROLLMENT

FALLENROLLMENTBYPROGRAM KENDALL

Ken

LIBERALARTS&SCIENCES ArtEducationBFA ArtEducationCERT ArtHistoryBS MasterofArtEducation PROGRAMLOCATIONTOTAL DEPARTMENTTOTAL

76 1 23 16 116

KENDALL FastTrack Non‐DegreeSpecialProgram UndecidedBFA PROGRAMLOCATIONTOTAL DEPARTMENTTOTAL

155 10 54 219

COLLEGELOCATIONTOTAL COLLEGETOTAL

1,352

2008/09 Off OL

Ken

0 0 19 15 34

0 219

130 10 28 168

0 1,352

1,385

0 116

2009/10 Off OL

Ken

0 0 19 8 27

0 168

177 3 13 193

0 1,385

1,419

0 34

2010/11 Off OL

Ken

19 6 25

0 193

204 10 27 241

0 1,419

1,414

0 27

2011/12 Off OL

0 25

0 241

0 1,414

Note:MethodologyfordeterminingprogramlocationchangedasofSummerSemester2009.Seepage69formoredetails. Source:OfficeofInstitutionalResearch&Testing

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FALLENROLLMENTBYPROGRAM OPTOMETRY

On

OPTOMETRY OptometryOD PROGRAMLOCATIONTOTAL DEPARTMENTTOTAL

146 146

COLLEGELOCATIONTOTAL COLLEGETOTAL

146

2008/09 Off OL

On

0 146

146 146

0 146

146

2009/10 Off OL

On

0 146

143 143

0 146

143

2010/11 Off OL

On

0 143

145 145

0 143

145

2010/11 Off OL

On

2011/12 Off OL

0 145

0 145

FALLENROLLMENTBYPROGRAM PHARMACY

On

PHARMACY PharmacyPD PROGRAMLOCATIONTOTAL DEPARTMENTTOTAL

546 546

COLLEGELOCATIONTOTAL COLLEGETOTAL

546

2008/09 Off OL

On

0 546

557 557

0 546

557

2009/10 Off OL

On

0 557

529 529

0 557

529

0 529

529 529

0 529

529

2010/11 Off OL

On

2011/12 Off OL

0 529

0 529

FALLENROLLMENTBYPROGRAM 2008/09 On Off OL COLLEGEOFPROFESSIONAL&TECHNOLOGICALSTUDIES DigitalAnimation&GameDesignBAS 147 CommunityCollegeLeadershipEDD DigitalMediaSoftwareEngineeringBAS 10 FastTrack 1 IndustrialTechnology&MgmtBAS 65 Undeclared 0 223 0 PROGRAMLOCATIONTOTAL 0 DEPARTMENTTOTAL 223

PROFESSIONAL&TECHNOLOGICAL STUDIES

COLLEGELOCATIONTOTAL COLLEGETOTAL

223 223

On

2009/10 Off OL

On

134

169

225 225

28

28

41 16 32 77 0 294 322 294 322

Note:MethodologyfordeterminingprogramlocationchangedasofSummerSemester2009.Seepage69formoredetails. Source:OfficeofInstitutionalResearch&Testing

68

173

28 11 4 74 2 225 225

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15 68 0

41

256 297

41

256 297

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FALLENROLLMENTBYPROGRAM UNIVERSITYCOLLEGE DEVELOPMENTALPROGRAM&CURRICULUM CareerExplorationAA DirectedStudiesAA GeneralStudiesAA UniversityCollegeProgramAA PROGRAMLOCATIONTOTAL DEPARTMENTTOTAL UNIVERSITYCOLLEGE IntensiveEnglishLanguageProgram Non‐DegreeUndergraduate UndeclaredUndergraduate PROGRAMLOCATIONTOTAL DEPARTMENTTOTAL COLLEGELOCATIONTOTAL COLLEGETOTAL

On 85 51 288 73 497

0 51 51

548

2008/09 Off OL

0 497

13 1 14 65 14 562

On 65 48 281 83 477

0 58 0

58

535

2009/10 Off OL

0 477

12 0 12 70 12 547

On 63 41 297 68 469

8 52 0

60

529

2010/11 Off OL

0 469

0 0 0 60 0 529

On 92 54 281 35 462

2011/12 Off OL

0 462

46 57 0

103

0 103

565

0 565

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Ferris State University Fall to Fall First-Year Student Retention Rates (Full-Time FTIACS)

Total University Students Enrolled in 2 & 4 Yr Programs % of Students Retained

70 60

65

66

68

67

70

67

70

69

70

70

50 40 30 20 10 0

of 2124

2001-2002

of 2032

2002-2003

of 2190

of 1922

2003-2004

2004-2005

of 1885

of 2032

of 2101

of 1954

of 1956

2006-2007

2007-2008

2008-2009

2009-2010

2010-2011

67

68

of 2192

2005-2006

Year

2-Year Students Enrolled in 2-Year Programs % of Students Retained

70 60

68

69

68

of 1439

of 1233

of 1244

of 1312

2005-2006

2006-2007

2007-2008

2008-2009

65

66

67

67

66

of 1324

of 1374

of 1467

of 1261

2001-2002

2002-2003

2003-2004

2004-2005

50 40 30 20 10 0

of 1228

2009-2010

of 1238

2010-2011

Year

4-Year Students Enrolled in 4-Year Programs % of Students Retained

80 60

64

66

70

69

of 661

of 753

2004-2005

2005-2006

67

73

72

of 652

of 788

2006-2007

2007-2008

75

71

40 20 of 800

2001-2002

of 658

2002-2003

of 723

2003-2004

Year

Source: Office of Institutional Research and Testing

70

71

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2008-2009

of 726

2009-2010

of 718

2010-2011

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GRADUATIONRATES PercentofFull‐TimeFTIAC(FirstTimeinAnyCollege)Students GraduatingWithin2to6Years AllTwoandFourYearDegreePrograms Entering Term

#of FTIAC's

2Yr GradRate%

3Yr GradRate%

4Yr GradRate%

5Yr GradRate%

6Yr GradRate%

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

2133 2124 2032 2190 1922 2192 1895 2032 2101 1954

8 8 8 8 9 6 7 7 6 5

17 17 16 18 19 14 15 15 13

27 29 30 31 34 28 32 29

37 40 41 44 46 42 46

42 45 46 49 51 48

TwoYearDegreePrograms Entering Term

#of FTIAC's

2Yr GradRate%

3Yr GradRate%

4Yr GradRate%

5Yr GradRate%

6Yr GradRate%

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

1465 1324 1374 1467 1261 1439 1239 1244 1312 1228

11 12 12 11 13 9 9 10 9 8

23 24 22 24 25 19 19 20 17

31 34 32 34 38 32 33 30

39 42 40 44 45 43 43

43 47 46 49 51 49

FourYearDegreePrograms Entering Term

#of FTIAC's

2Yr GradRate%

3Yr GradRate%

4Yr GradRate%

5Yr GradRate%

6Yr GradRate%

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

668 800 658 723 661 753 656 788 789 726

2 1 0 1 2 2 2 1 1 1

4 5 3 6 7 6 7 6 5

19 21 25 23 26 22 30 27

33 36 42 44 46 41 51

38 41 46 49 51 47

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Fall 05‐06 69% 66% 67%

Fall 06‐07 73% 68% 70%

Fall 07‐08 72% 69% 70%

Fall 08‐09 71% 68% 69%

DegreeSeekingFTIACSbyCollege

Fall 09‐10 75% 67% 70%

Fall 10‐11 71% 68% 70%

2,236

246 505 376 12 264 133 456 244 84%

83% 89% 86% 83% 86% 86% 84% 71%

206 420 341 30 191 150 329 285

67% 1,952

65% 74% 63% 58% 67% 75% 73% 49% 88%

92% 92% 90% 90% 89% 87% 88% 76%

226 462 352 18 194 165 330 322 70% 2,069

76% 76% 67% 70% 68% 71% 75% 52% 87%

88% 90% 85% 89% 88% 87% 94% 74%

269 437 382 25 204 177 308 337 70% 2,139

74% 73% 60% 83% 70% 78% 79% 55%

88%

89% 93% 87% 84% 89% 92% 92% 75%

255 423 331 14 220 186 246 328 68% 2,003

75% 71% 60% 68% 64% 74% 79% 54%

87%

92% 91% 88% 86% 85% 87% 88% 74%

248 474 313 35 215 157 265 307 69% 2,014

72% 76% 66% 71% 63% 75% 82% 52%

89%

91% 93% 88% 94% 90% 89% 93% 79%

69%

70% 74% 66% 66% 67% 73% 81% 51%

Fall Winter Fall Fall Spring Fall Fall Spring Fall Fall Spring Fall Fall Spring Fall Fall Spring Fall 2005 2006 2006 2006 2007 2007 2007 2008 2008 2008 2009 2009 2009 2010 2010 2010 2011 2011 FTIACS %Ret %Ret FTIACS %Ret %Ret FTIACS %Ret %Ret FTIACS %Ret %Ret FTIACS %Ret %Ret FTIACS %Ret %Ret

Source:OfficeofInstitutionalResearch&Testing

FSUTotal

UNIVERSITYCOLLEGE

ENGINEERINGTECHNOLOGY

KENDALLCOLLEGE

EDUCATION&HUMANSVCS

PROFESSIONAL&TECH.

BUSINESS

ARTS&SCIENCES

ALLIEDHEALTHSCIENCES

College

Fall 04‐05 70% 67% 68%

FALLTOSPRING/FALLTOFALLRETENTION FALL2005‐2011COHORTS

FULL‐TIMEBACHELORSTUDENTS FULL‐TIMEASSOCIATESTUDENTS TOTALSTUDENTS

Fall 03‐04 67% 67% 67%

PERCENTOFFTIACFALLTOFALLRETENTION ENROLLMENT

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AVERAGEHIGHSCHOOLG.P.A.&ACTSCORES FTIACStudents(FirstTimeInAnyCollege) 2004to2011 2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

HighSchoolG.P.A.

3.14

3.13

3.18

3.17

3.17

3.21

3.19

3.20

ACT Composite: English: Math: Reading: ScienceReasoning:

20.8 19.6 20.9 21.1 21.4

20.9 19.8 20.7 21.1 21.5

21.3 20.2 21.3 21.6 22.1

21.4 20.4 21.3 21.9 22.2

21.3 20.5 21.2 21.8 22.2

21.1 20.5 20.9 21.6 21.8

21.4 20.6 21.3 21.8 22.1

21.9 21.3 21.7 22.3 22.5

Average#ofCreditsTakenbyFull‐Time(12+credits)StudentsByClassLevel Summer2008thruFall2011 Summer

Fall

Spring

Summer

Fall

Spring

Summer

Fall

Spring

Summer

Fall

2008

2008

2009

2009

2009

2010

2010

2010

2011

2011

2011

Freshman

12.70

14.23

14.06

12.91

14.05

13.92

12.83

13.96

13.88

12.24

13.96

Sophom*ore

13.26

14.08

14.04

13.11

13.99

13.89

12.78

13.88

13.75

12.51

13.91

Junior

13.45

14.12

13.95

13.33

14.04

13.84

13.28

13.90

13.86

13.05

13.87

Senior

13.46

14.30

14.16

14.14

14.06

13.94

13.71

14.00

13.82

13.70

13.95

Graduate

12.75

12.10

12.57

12.00

12.81

12.36

12.05

12.21

12.75

12.31

1stProfessional

15.58

16.85

16.79

15.44

16.48

16.87

15.56

16.99

16.83

15.66

16.69

TotalAvg

14.46

14.36

14.26

14.26

14.20

14.11

13.97

14.13

14.03

13.77

14.10

UndergradAvg

13.98

14.37

14.06

13.76

14.04

13.90

13.55

13.94

13.83

13.43

13.93

Source:OfficeofInstitutionalResearch&Testing

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STUDENTCREDITHOURSBYCOLLEGE College

Fall2007

Fall2008

Fall2009*

Fall2010

Fall2011

AlliedHealthSciences On‐Campus Off‐Campus Internet

12,535 8,218 4,317 N/A

14,617 9,365 5,252 N/A

15,986 9,989 1,740 4,257

16,812 9,607 2,352 4,853

16,346 9,165 1,596 5,585

Arts&Sciences On‐Campus Off‐Campus Internet

62,124 60,267 1,857 N/A

61,554 58,988 2,566 N/A

60,797 57,638 1,066 2,093

61,801 57,162 1,416 3,223

63,213 58,187 1,483 3,543

Business On‐Campus Off‐Campus Internet

23,872 20,578 3,294 N/A

24,555 20,898 3,657 N/A

25,144 21,288 1,932 1,924

25,140 20,529 2,136 2,475

24,551 19,748 2,454 2,349

Education&HumanServices On‐Campus Off‐Campus Internet

12,517 7,585 4,932 N/A

12,669 7,699 4,970 N/A

13,033 7,223 4,779 1,031

14,006 7,628 5,970 408

14,328 7,477 6,499 352

EngineeringTechnology On‐Campus Off‐Campus Internet

19,307 18,063 1,244 N/A

18,192 17,066 1,126 N/A

17,293 16,206 754 333

16,778 15,634 833 311

16,764 15,623 610 531

KendallCollegeOfArt&Design Kendall

12,845 12,845

14,619 14,619

14,986 14,986

14,959 14,959

14,533 14,533

MichiganCollegeOfOptometry On‐Campus Off‐Campus Internet

2,572 2,543 29 N/A

2,625 2,590 35 N/A

2,605 2,567 0 38

2,588 2,555 0 33

2,612 2,575 0 37

Pharmacy On‐Campus Internet

7,815 7,815 N/A

7,994 7,994 N/A

8,500 8,500 N/A

8,676 8,674 2

8,393 8,393

Professional&TechnologicalStudies On‐Campus Off‐Campus

1,468 N/A 1,468

1,536 N/A 1,536

1,363 N/A 1,363

1,971 124 1,847

2,467 489 1,978

UniversityCollege On‐Campus Off‐Campus Internet

3,738 3,565 173 N/A

3,825 3,733 92 N/A

3,819 3,754 65 N/A

3,952 3,952 0 N/A

3,723 3,723 0 135

158,793 141,479 17,314 N/A N/A

162,186 142,952 19,234 N/A N/A

163,526 127,165 11,699 9,676 14,986

166,683 125,865 14,554 11,305 14,959

167,065 125,380 14,620 12,532 14,533

UniversityTotal On‐Campus Off‐Campus Internet Kendall

*BeginningSummer2009SCH'sarealsoidentifiedasInternet. Note:SCHbasedoncoursesection Source:OfficeofInstitutionalResearchandTesting

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TRANSFER IN STUDENTS STUDENTSWHOTRANSFERREDTOFERRISSTATEUNIVERSITY FROMMICHIGANCOMMUNITYCOLLEGES&PUBLICUNIVERSITIES Summer2010,Fall2010,Spring2011

COMMUNITYCOLLEGES AlpenaCommunityCollege BayDeNocCommunityCollege DeltaCollege GlenOaksCommunityCollege GrandRapidsCommunityCollege HenryFordCommunityCollege JacksonCommunityCollege KalamazooValleyCommunityCollege KelloggCommunityCollege KirtlandCommunityCollege LakeMichiganCollege LansingCommunityCollege MacombCommunityCollege Mid‐MichiganCommunityCollege MonroeCountyCommunityCollege MontcalmCommunityCollege MottCommunityCollege MuskegonCommunityCollege NorthCentralMichiganCollege NorthwesternMichiganCollege OaklandCommunityCollege SchoolcraftCollege SouthwesternMichiganCollege St.ClairCountyCommunityCollege WashtenawCommunityCollege WayneCountyCommunityCollege WestShoreCommunityCollege

TRANSFERSFROMCOMMUNITYCOLLEGES

TOTALTRANSFERSTOFERRISSTATE

UNIVERSITIES 28 17 160 2 406 20 20 42 30 11 21 151 74 54 5 47 106 91 26 163 48 41 41 45 16 9 58

CentralMichiganUniversity EasternMichiganUniversity GrandValleyStateUniversity LakeSuperiorStateUniversity MichiganStateUniversity MichiganTechnologicalUniversity NorthernMichiganUniversity OaklandUniversity SaginawValleyStateUniversity UniversityofMichigan‐AnnArbor UniversityofMichigan‐Dearborn UniversityofMichigan‐Flint WayneStateUniversity WesternMichiganUniversity

84 13 81 14 48 19 17 18 27 19 2 12 15 43

1732

TRANSFERSFROMUNIVERSITIES

412

2144

Source:NationalStudentClearinghouse

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TRANSFER OUT STUDENTS STUDENTSWHOTRANSFERREDFROMFERRISSTATEUNIVERSITY TOOTHERCOLLEGES&UNIVERSITIESPARTICIPATINGINTHENSCDATASYSTEM Summer2010,Fall2010,Spring2011

ALBIONCOLLEGE ALMACOLLEGE ALPENACOMMUNITYCOLLEGE AQUINASCOLLEGE ARIZONASTATEUNIVERSITY BAYDENOCCOMMUNITYCOLLEGE CENTRALMICHIGANUNIVERSITY CHAMBERLAINCOLLEGEOFNURSING CLEVELANDSTATEUNIVERSITY COLLEGEFORCREATIVESTUDIES COLLEGEOFDUPAGE COLUMBIACOLLEGECHICAGO CORNERSTONEUNIVERSITYNONTRA DAVENPORTUNIVERSITY DELTACOLLEGE DEVRYUNIVERSITY‐DUPAGE EASTERNMICHIGANUNIVERSITY EVERESTINSTITUTE‐GRANDRAPI GRANDRAPIDSCOMMUNITYCOLLEGE GRANDVALLEYSTATEUNIVERSITY HENRYFORDCOMMUNITYCOLLEGE HOPECOLLEGE JACKSONCOMMUNITYCOLLEGE KELLOGGCOMMUNITYCOLLEGE KIRTLANDCOMMUNITYCOLLEGE LAKEMICHIGANCOLLEGE LAKESUPERIORSTATEUNIVERSITY LANSINGCOMMUNITYCOLLEGE MACOMBCOMMUNITYCOLLEGE

3 4 6 4 3 8 44 3 4 6 5 3 3 21 48 3 15 3 146 78 26 3 7 15 3 10 7 50 46

MICHIGANSTATEUNIVERSITY MICHIGANTECHNOLOGICALUNIVERS MIDMICHIGANCOMMUNITYCOLLEGE MONROECOUNTYCOMMUNITYCOLLEG MONTCALMCOMMUNITYCOLLEGE MOTTCOMMUNITYCOLLEGE MUSKEGONCOMMUNITYCOLLEGE NORTHCENTRALMICHIGANCOLLEGE NORTHERNMICHIGANUNIVERSITY NORTHWESTERNMICHIGANCOLLEGE NORTHWOODUNIVERSITY OAKLANDCOMMUNITYCOLLEGE OAKLANDUNIVERSITY SAGINAWVALLEYSTATEUNIVERSIT SCHOOLOFTHEARTINSTITUTEOF SCHOOLCRAFTCOLLEGE SOUTHWESTERNMICHIGANCOLLEGE SPRINGARBORUNIVADULTSTUDY SPRINGARBORUNIVERSITY STCLAIRCOUNTYCOMMUNITYCOLL UNIVERSITYOFDETROITMERCY UNIVERSITYOFMICHIGAN,FLINT UNIVERSITYOFMICHIGAN‐CENTRAL UNIVERSITYOFPHOENIX WALDENUNIVERSITY WASHTENAWCOMMUNITYCOLLEGE WAYNECOUNTYCOMMUNITYCOLLEGE WAYNESTATEUNIVERSITY WESTSHORECOMMUNITYCOLLEGE WESTERNMICHIGANUNIVERSITY

TOTALTRANSFERSTOINSTITUTIONS(THREEORMORETRANSFERSENROLLED)‐LISTEDABOVE

TOTALTRANSFERSTOINSTITUTIONS(LESSTHANTHREETRANSFERSENROLLED)‐NOTLISTEDABOVE

1131

136

1267

TOTALTRANSFERSFROMFERRISSTATE Source:NationalStudentClearinghouse

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32 13 31 5 10 32 32 12 17 91 3 45 13 15 3 17 11 4 9 17 3 13 21 12 4 11 16 13 11 38

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ENROLLMENTSUMMARYOFSTUDENTSBYAGE FALL2011 Full‐TimeStudents Age Under18 18‐19 20‐21 22‐24 25‐29 30‐34 35‐39 40‐49 50‐64 Unknown

Undergraduate Men Women 9 20 1,539 1,571 1,581 1,520 1,223 917 422 296 149 130 72 60 88 120 17 32 1 1

Total

5,101

4,667

Graduate Men Women 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 17 12 11 7 8 2 4 2 7 0 3 0 1 37

51

FirstProfessional Men Women 0 0 0 0 65 93 177 140 65 66 11 11 6 4 5 2 0 1 0 0 329

317

Part‐TimeStudents Age Under18 18‐19 20‐21 22‐24 25‐29 30‐34 35‐39 40‐49 50‐64 65&over Unknown Total

Undergraduate Men Women 118 249 64 79 147 150 379 381 269 355 152 237 122 197 140 293 67 142 1 2 3 5 1,462

2,090

Graduate Men Women 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 16 36 41 43 45 23 49 32 74 16 48 1 0 1 4 163

277

Doctorate Men Women 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 3 1 2 1 5 12 3 12 0 0 0 0 14

27

FirstProfessional Men Women 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 12 2 4 3 1 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 9

19

MeanAverageAge UndergraduateDegreeSeeking UndergraduateNon‐DegreeSeeking Graduate FirstProfessional Doctorate AllStudents

Full‐Time 22 25 30 24 22

Part‐Time 31 21 37 34 45 30

Source:OfficeofInstitutionalResearchandTesting

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DEGREES

DEGREESCONFERREDBYPROGRAM ACADEMICYEAR(SUMMER,FALL,SPRINGSEMESTERS)

ALLIEDHEALTHSCIENCES CLINICALLAB,RESPCARE&HEALTHADM. Coding/Reimbursem*ntSpecialist EnvironmentalHealth&Safety HealthCareSystemsAdministration HealthInformationManagement HealthInformationTechnology MedicalLaboratoryTechnology MedicalTechnology NuclearMedicineTechnology Phlebotomy Pre‐NuclearMedicine RespiratoryCare TOTAL COLLEGEOFALLIEDHEALTH AlliedHealthScience TOTAL DENTALHYGIENE&MEDICALIMAGING DentalHygiene DiagnosticMedicalSonography Radiography TOTAL

2008‐09 BS

CERT AAS

MS

2009‐10 BS

CERT AAS

2

MS

2010‐11 BS

CERT AAS

MS

2 2 86 8

1 70 7

30 1

1 86 8

32 3 19

36

25

33

52 2 21 14

41

35

1 60 128

115

5 5

58 17 48 123

1

18 39

152

26

43

64 124

113

26

78 133

8 8

5 5

1 1

37 19 44 100

22

56 14 46 116

22

SCHOOLOFNURSING MasterofScienceinNursing Nursing NursingEducation TOTAL

99

9

128

14

1 1

158

16

COLLEGETOTAL

35

256

214

9

43

248

241

14

27

238

333

16

9

14

99

16

128

158

Source:OfficeofInstitutionalResearchandTesting

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DEGREESCONFERREDBYPROGRAM ACADEMICYEAR(SUMMER,FALL,SPRINGSEMESTERS)

ARTS&SCIENCES BIOLOGY AppliedBiology Biochemistry Biology Biotechnology OrnamentalHorticultureTechnology Pre‐Science TOTAL COLLEGEOFARTS&SCIENCES IntegrativeStudies TOTAL HUMANITIES AppliedSpeechCommunication Communication History TOTAL

CERT

2008‐09 AS BA

CERT

2009‐10 AS BA

BS

CERT

2010‐11 AS BA

BS

9 5 3

8

93

14 14

1

1

5

MATHEMATICS AppliedMathematics TOTAL

10 10

3 3

76 8

9 29 38

LANGUAGE&LITERATURE English EnglishLiterature Journalism LiberalArts Technical&ProfessionalCommunication TOTAL

PHYSICALSCIENCES Chemistry IndustrialChemistryTechnology TOTAL

BS

4 45 49

6

89

4 20 24

22 22

9 5 10 15

9

85 4

2

2

4 1

9 2 10 12

9

3

93 8

3

101

24 24

2

2

4

8 2 6 8

8

4 1

5

9 5

2 2

9

6 6

9 9

12 12

5 4

10 10

1

5

4

6 6

12 12

11 11

6 6

6 0

6

10 0

10

SOCIALSCIENCES PoliticalScience Psychology PublicAdministration SocialWork Sociology TOTAL

2 2

78

4 4

77

2 2

88

COLLEGETOTAL

54

42

202

69

32

219

1

37

27

238

1 25 8 44

Source:OfficeofInstitutionalResearchandTesting

80

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24 7 46

DEGREES

DEGREESCONFERREDBYPROGRAM ACADEMICYEAR(SUMMER,FALL,SPRINGSEMESTERS)

BUSINESS ACCOUNTING,FINANCE,INFOSYSTEMS Accountancy Accountancy/ComputerInformationSystems Accountancy/Finance Accountancy/PublicAccounting AdvancedStudiesinBusinessIntel.&Info. AdvancedStudiesinInformationSecurity AdvancedStudiesinSystemsIntegration ComputerInformationSystems ComputerInformationTechnology Finance HomelandSecurity‐Dig.Security&Forensics InformationSecurityIntelligence MastersofInformationSystemsManagement TOTAL MANAGEMENT AdvancedStudiesinDesign&Innovation AdvancedStudiesinGlobalLogistics AdvancedStudiesinMgmtTools&Techniques AdvancedStudiesinInvestment BUADw/ProfessionalTracks BusinessAdministration BusinessAdministration‐Aviation BusinessAdministration‐LegalStudies BusinessAdministration‐Maritime FleetManagement GeneralBusiness HumanResourceManagement InternationalBusiness LegalStudies Management ManufacturingOperations MastersofBusinessAdministration OperationsandSupplyManagement RealEstate SmallBusiness&Entrepreneurship SmallBusinessManagement Supervision TOTAL

CERT

2008‐09 AS BS

5

MS

CERT

29

2009‐10 AS BS

6

4

MS

CERT

26 2 8

2010‐11 AS BS

8

2 16 4

24

44

11

2

14

1

4

8

69

2 22 22

11

39

6

100

16 32 32

6 1 26 1

31

25

10

36 123

17

19

3

2 22

8 2

7 2

14

20 20

32 30 119 4

13

125

13

16 94 5 1 15

7 1

41 2 17

3

1 29

15

1 30 4 3

31 3

4

3 16 9

MS

15 7

14 3

16 6

9 15

1

1 1

40

31

4 5

3

1

4

4

2 4

2 1 58

40

27

155

40

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38

185

31

65

30

193

40

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DEGREESCONFERREDBYPROGRAM ACADEMICYEAR(SUMMER,FALL,SPRINGSEMESTERS)

BUSINESS MARKETING Advertising BusinesstoBusinessMarketing DirectMarketing E‐CommerceMarketing GraphicDesign Marketing MarketingResearch Marketing/Sales PublicRelations Retailing VisualDesign&WebMedia TOTAL SPORT,ENTERTAINMENT,&HOSPITALITY ClubManagement CulinaryManagement HospitalityManagement HotelManagement Hotel,Restaurant,&FoodIndustryManagement MusicIndustryManagement ProfessionalGolfManagement ProfessionalTennisManagement ResortManagement Restaurant&FoodIndustryManagement SpecialEvent&MeetingPlanning Sport,Spa,EntertainmentOperations TOTAL COLLEGETOTAL

CERT

2008‐09 AS BS

1 11 12 7

CERT

20

26 5 1 2 1 2 42

MS

5 19 16 17

17 44

94

38

68

2

16 42

95

1 3 1 8

8

8

102

137

70

420

19

38

2 2 1 0

44

17 44

15

38

7 2 27 38 5 22 3 4

10

8

10

101

62

163

92

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95

1 1

1 9 2 22 43 10 15

1

2010‐11 AS BS

6

15

38

CERT

3 11 12 7

1

Source:OfficeofInstitutionalResearchandTesting

82

MS

22

7 1 2 1

13 1 27

2009‐10 AS BS

12 3 26 37 9 13 2 3

14

7

14

100

63

141

92

513

60

DEGREES

DEGREESCONFERREDBYPROGRAM ACADEMICYEAR(SUMMER,FALL,SPRINGSEMESTERS)

EDUCATION&HUMANSERVICES CRIMINALJUSTICE CriminalJustice CriminalJusticeAdministration Pre‐CriminalJustice TOTAL RECREATION,LEISURESVCS,&WELLNESS Festivals,Community,&SpecialEvents RecreationLeadership&Management TOTAL SCHOOLOFEDUCATION AdvancedStudiesforTotalQualityManagement BiologyEducation BusinessEducation Career&TechnicalEducation ChemistryEducation Curriculum&Instruction EarlyChildhoodEducation ElementaryEducation EnglishEducation HistoryEducation MathematicsEducation MarketingEducation Pre‐TeachingElementary Pre‐TeachingSecondary SocialStudies&ElementaryEducation SocialStudiesEducation TechnicalEducation TotalQualityManagementinEducation TraininginBusinessIndustry TOTAL

CERT

2008‐09 AS BS

MS

CERT

2009‐10 AS BS

195

CERT

2010‐11 AS BS

255 38

MS

69 69

195

38

19 19

MS

281 22

73 73

255

22

10 10

23 0

68 68

281

23

15 15

1 1

2 3 2 1 1

2 2 20

19

17

2 53

10

4

30

8 85 9 17 4

2

1 1

34

12 50 7 8 6 1

7

1 1

3 1

1 16

8 49 5 6 6

1 4 24

18 2

2

12

147

73

2

4

1 110

49

10

107

51

TELEVISIONPRODUCTION Television&DigitalMediaProduction TOTAL

28 28

16 16

23 23

COLLEGETOTAL

3

81

389 111

2

77

391

71

78

426

74

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DEGREESCONFERREDBYPROGRAM ACADEMICYEAR(SUMMER,FALL,SPRINGSEMESTERS)

ENGINEERINGTECHNOLOGY ARCHITECTURALTECH&FACILITIESMGMT ArchitecturalTechnology FacilityManagement TOTAL AUTOMOTIVE Automotive&HeavyEquipmentManagement AutomotiveBody AutomotiveEngineeringTechnology AutomotiveManagement AutomotiveServiceTechnology PerformanceMachining PerformanceMotorsports TOTAL CONSTRUCTIONTECHNOLOGY&MGMT AdvancedConstructionManagement BuildingConstructionTechnology CivilEngineeringTechnology ConstructionAdministration ConstructionManagement TOTAL ELECTRONICS/CNS ComputerNetworks&Systems Electrical/ElectronicsEngineeringTechnology IndustrialElectronicsTechnology TOTAL HEAVYEQUIPMENT ElectricalPowerGeneration HeavyEquipmentServiceEngineeringTech HeavyEquipmentTechnology TOTAL HVACR HVACREngineeringTechnology HVACRTechnology TOTAL MANUFACTURINGENGINEERINGTECH IndustrialPractices ManufacturingEngineeringTechnology ManufacturingTechnology ManufacturingToolingTechnology QualityEngineeringTechnology QualityTechnology TOTAL

84

CERT

2008‐09 AS BS

MS

CERT

4 4

36 8 8

36

2009‐10 AS BS

22

29

6 6

37

95

9 31 40

19

25 25

9

6

34 24

43 24

17

14

67

1 44 17

12 23 35

14

73

69 69

2 43 18

37 20

16

1 61

84 84

1

61

13 15 0

MS

19 29 29

16

11

27

2010‐11 AS BS

1 44 22

40

CERT

22 26 26

3

8 41 49

MS

12 12

28

78 78

12 12

29

9 13 0

5

30 30

12

4 4

11 0

5

25 25

36 36

31 31

11

11 0

2

10 10

26 26

45 0

22

2

12 3

57

11 18

3 23 23

3

45

11

50 0

50

2 24

18

8

7 5

28 30

8

30 4 10

29

1 0

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7

19

28 28

14

4 1 35

DEGREES

DEGREESCONFERREDBYPROGRAM ACADEMICYEAR(SUMMER,FALL,SPRINGSEMESTERS)

ENGINEERINGTECHNOLOGY MECHANICALDESIGN CADDrafting&ToolDesignTechnology MechanicalEngineeringTechnology ProductDesignEngineeringTechnology TOTAL PLASTICS&RUBBER PlasticsEngineeringTechnology PlasticsTechnology RubberEngineeringTechnology RubberTechnology TOTAL PRINTING&IMAGINGTECHNOLOGYMGMT NewMediaPrinting&Publishing Printing&DigitalGraphicImagingTechnology PrintingManagement TOTAL SURVEYING GeographicInformationSystems SurveyingEngineering SurveyingTechnology TOTAL WELDINGENGINEERINGTECHNOLOGY WeldingEngineeringTechnology WeldingTechnology TOTAL COLLEGETOTAL

CERT

2008‐09 AS BS 17 13

30

18 24 42

MS

CERT

2009‐10 AS BS 19 15

34

31

35

5 24

7

16

18

32 32

28

117

333

445

16

21

4 33

30

9 10

7 16

10

3 12

4 21

3

15 15

30 30

30

75

301

403

6

3 16 12 12

15 14 29

24

9

MS

29

18 12 19

35

1

16 0

2010‐11 AS BS 8 27

19 4

CERT

20

28 5 33

12 25 37

MS

28

21

18 4

13 13

38 38

22

78

273

396

30

18

22

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DEGREESCONFERREDBYPROGRAM ACADEMICYEAR(SUMMER,FALL,SPRINGSEMESTERS)

KENDALL DESIGNSTUDIES DigitalMedia DigitalMedia2DAnimation DigitalMedia3DAnimation DigitalMediaDigitalIllustration DigitalMediaInteractiveDesign DigitalMediaMotionGraphics FurnitureDesign GraphicDesign Illustration Illustration‐DigitalMedia IndustrialDesign InteriorDesign Metals/JewelryDesign TOTAL FINEARTS/FOUNDATION ArtEducation Drawing FineArtsDrawing FineArtsPainting FineArtsPhotography FineArtsPrintmaking FineArtsSculpture FineArtsWoodwork Painting Photography Sculpture/FunctionalArt TOTAL

CERT

2008‐09 BS BFA MFA

CERT

2009‐10 BS BFA MFA

3 4 5 6 3 1 5 33 21 1 10 38 1 131

11 1 1 1 2

11 47 15 4 14 36 6 149

8 8 3 1 1

1 12 5 39

CERT

2010‐11 BS BFA MFA

6 5 3 5 1 2 8 45 25 1 14 41 5 161

12 4 8 2 1

3 2 2 4

15

1 14 9 4 51

11 4 1 3

1 5 1 1

8

1 7 1

5

8 21 6 59

9

LIBERALARTS/SCIENCE/ARTHISTORY ArtHistory MasterofArtEducation TOTAL

2

3

5

6 6

COLLEGETOTAL

2

188

15

3

182

8

5

220

15

2

3

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DEGREESCONFERREDBYPROGRAM ACADEMICYEAR(SUMMER,FALL,SPRINGSEMESTERS)

MICHIGANCOLLEGEOFOPTOMETRY Optometry VisionScience COLLEGETOTAL

CERT

2008‐09 AS BS

OD 34

CERT

8 0

8

COLLEGETOTAL

PROFESSIONAL&TECHNOLOGICALSTUDIES DigitalAnimation&GameDesign DigitalMediaSoftwareEngineering IndustrialTechnology&Management TOTAL

COLLEGETOTAL

CERT

AS

BS

34

9

CERT

CERT

142

2008‐09 AS BS 20

MS

CERT

37

2010‐11 AS BS

AS

BS

36

5

CERT

AS

BS

2009‐10 AS BS 19

MS

CERT

2010‐11 AS BS 18 2 16 0 36

43

Pharm D

147

141

31

2010‐11 Pharm D

24 43

OD 31

5

141

17 37

CERT

2009‐10 Pharm D

142 0

OD 36

9

2008‐09 PHARMACY Pharmacy

2009‐10 AS BS

147

MS

36

Source:OfficeofInstitutionalResearchandTesting

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CERTIFICATE

ASSOCIATE

BACHELOR

MASTER

PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE

TOTAL

1991‐1992

13

1,156

1,790

36

36

3,031

1992‐1993

7

1,295

1,898

38

35

3,273

1993‐1994

8

975

1,789

27

36

2,835

1994‐1995

11

948

1,661

34

40

2,694

1995‐1996

53

860

1,438

40

35

2,426

1996‐1997

71

786

1,328

43

41

2,269

1997‐1998

82

823

1,281

97

40

2,323

1998‐1999

96

839

1,140

83

41

2,199

1999‐2000

130

821

1,186

81

44

2,262

2000‐2001

100

722

1,217

116

52

2,207

2001‐2002

157

764

1,325

152

45

2,443

2002‐2003

247

808

1,312

168

58

2,593

2003‐2004

217

830

1,410

148

121

2,726

2004‐2005

245

843

1,403

158

149

2,798

2005‐2006

259

905

1,615

134

147

3,060

2006‐2007

327

873

1,639

169

154

3,162

2007‐2008

264

861

1,839

137

158

3,259

2008‐2009

292

794

1,952

197

176

3,411

2009‐2010

283

787

2,004

156

177

3,407

2010‐2011

247

718

2,199

165

178

3,507

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DEPARTMENT

PROGRAMNAMES

DEGREE

A/S A/S A/S A/S A/S A/S A/S A/S A/S A/S A/S A/S A/S A/S A/S A/S A/S A/S A/S A/S A/S A/S A/S A/S A/S A/S A/S A/S A/S A/S A/S A/S A/S A/S A/S A/S A/S A/S A/S A/S AHS AHS AHS AHS AHS AHS AHS AHS AHS AHS

Arts&SciencesDean'sOffice BiologicalSciences BiologicalSciences BiologicalSciences BiologicalSciences BiologicalSciences BiologicalSciences BiologicalSciences BiologicalSciences BiologicalSciences BiologicalSciences BiologicalSciences BiologicalSciences Humanities Humanities Humanities Humanities LanguageandLiterature LanguageandLiterature LanguageandLiterature LanguageandLiterature LanguageandLiterature Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics PhysicalSciences PhysicalSciences PhysicalSciences PhysicalSciences PhysicalSciences SocialSciences SocialSciences SocialSciences SocialSciences SocialSciences ClinicalLaboratory,Respiratory,HealthAdmin ClinicalLaboratory,Respiratory,HealthAdmin ClinicalLaboratory,Respiratory,HealthAdmin ClinicalLaboratory,Respiratory,HealthAdmin ClinicalLaboratory,Respiratory,HealthAdmin ClinicalLaboratory,Respiratory,HealthAdmin ClinicalLaboratory,Respiratory,HealthAdmin ClinicalLaboratory,Respiratory,HealthAdmin CollegeofAlliedHealthSciences CollegeofAlliedHealthSciences

IntegrativeStudies Biology Biology Biology/EnvironmentalBiology Biology/ForensicBiology Biology/Pre‐Dentistry Biology/Pre‐Medicine Biology/Pre‐Optometry Biology/Pre‐PhysicalTherapy Biology/Pre‐VeterinaryMedicine Biotechnology OrnamentalHorticultureTechnology Pre‐Science AppliedSpeechCommunication AppliedSpeechCommunication Communication History English EnglishLiterature Journalism&TechnicalCommunication LiberalArts Technical&ProfessionalCommunication AppliedMathematics AppliedMathematics/ActuarialScience AppliedMathematics/ComputerScience AppliedMathematics/Industrial AppliedMathematics/OperationsResearch AppliedMathematics/Statistics Mathematics Pre‐Engineering Biochemistry Chemistry IndustrialChemistryTechnology Pre‐MortuaryScience Pre‐Pharmacy PoliticalSciences Pre‐Law Psychology SocialWork Sociology HealthCareSystemsAdministration HealthInformationManagement HealthInformationTechnology MedicalLaboratoryTechnology MedicalTechnology(CareerMobility) MedicalTechnology(Integrated) MolecularDiagnostics RespiratoryCare AlliedHealthScience AlliedHealthScience

BIS BA BS BS BS BS BS BS BS BS BS AAS AS AA BS BA BA BA BA BS AA BS BS BS BS BS BS BS BA AS BA BA AAS AS AS BS AA BS BSW BA BS BS AAS AAS BS BS BS AAS AAS BS

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DEPARTMENT

PROGRAMNAMES

DEGREE

AHS AHS AHS AHS AHS AHS AHS AHS BUS BUS BUS BUS BUS BUS BUS BUS BUS BUS BUS BUS BUS BUS BUS BUS BUS BUS BUS BUS BUS BUS BUS BUS BUS BUS BUS BUS BUS BUS BUS BUS BUS CPT CPT CPT CPT EDU EDU EDU EDU EDU

DentalHygiene&MedicalImaging DentalHygiene&MedicalImaging DentalHygiene&MedicalImaging DentalHygiene&MedicalImaging DentalHygiene&MedicalImaging SchoolofNursing SchoolofNursing SchoolofNursing Accounting,Finance,&InformationSystems Accounting,Finance,&InformationSystems Accounting,Finance,&InformationSystems Accounting,Finance,&InformationSystems Accounting,Finance,&InformationSystems Accounting,Finance,&InformationSystems Accounting,Finance,&InformationSystems Accounting,Finance,&InformationSystems Accounting,Finance,&InformationSystems Accounting,Finance,&InformationSystems Accounting,Finance,&InformationSystems Management Management Management Management Management Management Management Management Marketing Marketing Marketing Marketing Marketing Marketing SportEntertainmentandHospitalityMgmt SportEntertainmentandHospitalityMgmt SportEntertainmentandHospitalityMgmt SportEntertainmentandHospitalityMgmt SportEntertainmentandHospitalityMgmt SportEntertainmentandHospitalityMgmt SportEntertainmentandHospitalityMgmt SportEntertainmentandHospitalityMgmt Professional&TechnicalStudies Professional&TechnicalStudies Professional&TechnicalStudies Professional&TechnicalStudies CriminalJustice CriminalJustice CriminalJustice CriminalJustice CriminalJustice

DentalHygiene DentalHygiene DiagnosticMedicalSonography NuclearMedicineTechnology Radiography Nursing Nursing Nursing Accountancy Accountancy Accountancy/ComputerInformationSystems Accountancy/Finance Accountancy/PublicAccountingTrack ComputerInformationSystems ComputerInformationSystems ComputerInformationTechnology Finance InformationSecurity&Intelligence InformationSystemsManagement BusinessAdministration BusinessAdministrationw/LegalStudies BusinessAdministrationw/ProfessionalTracks GeneralBusiness HumanResourceManagement LegalStudies MasterofBusinessAdministration OperationsandSupplyManagement Advertising/IntegratedMarketingCommunication BusinessDataAnalytics GraphicDesign GraphicDesign Marketing PublicRelations DietaryandFoodServiceManagement HotelManagement HotelManagementwithAASRFIM MusicIndustryManagement ProfessionalGolfManagement ProfessionalTennisManagement ResortManagement Restaurant&FoodIndustryManagement CommunityCollegeLeadership DigitalAnimationandGameDesign DigitalMediaSoftwareEngineering IndustrialTechnologyandManagement CriminalJusticeAdministration CriminalJustice/CorrectionsOption CriminalJustice/GeneralistOption CriminalJustice/LawEnforcementOption Pre‐CriminalJustice

AAS BS AAS BS AAS BSN MSN RN‐BSN AAS BB BS BS BS AAS BS BS BS BS MS BS BS BS AAS BS AAS MBA BS BS BS AAS BS BS BS AAS BS BS BS BS BS BS AAS EDD BAS BAS BAS MS BS BS BS AA

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DEPARTMENT

PROGRAMNAMES

DEGREE

EDU EDU EDU EDU EDU EDU EDU EDU EDU EDU EDU EDU EDU EDU EDU EDU EDU EDU EDU EDU EDU EDU EDU EDU EDU KEN KEN KEN KEN KEN KEN KEN KEN KEN KEN KEN KEN KEN KEN KEN KEN KEN KEN KEN OPT PHR TEC TEC TEC TEC

LeisureStudiesandWellness SchoolofEducation SchoolofEducation SchoolofEducation SchoolofEducation SchoolofEducation SchoolofEducation SchoolofEducation SchoolofEducation SchoolofEducation SchoolofEducation SchoolofEducation SchoolofEducation SchoolofEducation SchoolofEducation SchoolofEducation SchoolofEducation SchoolofEducation SchoolofEducation SchoolofEducation SchoolofEducation SchoolofEducation SchoolofEducation SchoolofEducation TelevisionProduction DesignStudies DesignStudies DesignStudies DesignStudies DesignStudies DesignStudies DesignStudies FineArts/Foundation FineArts/Foundation FineArts/Foundation FineArts/Foundation FineArts/Foundation FineArts/Foundation FineArts/Foundation FineArts/Foundation FineArts/Foundation LiberalArts&Sciences LiberalArts&Sciences LiberalArts&Sciences Optometry Pharmacy ArchitecturalTechnology&FacilityMgmt ArchitecturalTechnology&FacilityMgmt ArchitecturalTechnology&FacilityMgmt Automotive

RecreationLeadership&Management BiologyEducation BusinessMgmtMarketing&TechTeachingMajor Career&TechnicalEducation ChemistryEducation Curriculum&Instruction‐Administrative Curriculum&Instruction‐ElementaryCert Curriculum&Instruction‐ExperientialEducation Curriculum&Instruction‐Philanthropy Curriculum&Instruction‐ReadingEndorsem*nt Curriculum&Instruction‐SecondaryCert Curriculum&Instruction‐SpecialEducation Curriculum&Instruction‐SubjectAreaConc. EarlyChildhoodEducation EarlyChildhoodEducation EducationalLeadership ElementaryEducation EnglishEducation HistoryEducation MathematicsEducation Pre‐TeachingElementary Pre‐TeachingSecondary SocialStudiesEducation TechnicalEducation TelevisionandDigitalMediaProduction DigitalMedia FurnitureDesign GraphicDesign Illustration IndustrialDesign InteriorDesign Metals/JewelryDesign Drawing DrawingwithPrintmakingFocus FineArtsDrawing FineArtsPainting FineArtsPhotography FineArtsPrintmaking Painting Photography Sculpture/FunctionalArt ArtEducation ArtEducation ArtHistory Optometry DoctorofPharmacy ArchitecturalTechnology Architecture&Sustainability FacilityManagement AutomotiveEngineeringTechnology

BS BS BS MS BS M.Ed. M.Ed. M.Ed. M.Ed. M.Ed. M.Ed. M.Ed. M.Ed. AAS BS MS BS BS BS BS AA AA BS BS BS BFA BFA BFA BFA BFA BFA BFA BFA BFA MFA MFA MFA MFA BFA BFA BFA BFA MFA BS OD

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AAS BS BS BS 91

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DEPARTMENT

PROGRAMNAMES

DEGREE

TEC TEC TEC TEC TEC TEC TEC TEC TEC TEC TEC TEC TEC TEC TEC TEC TEC TEC TEC TEC TEC TEC TEC TEC TEC TEC TEC TEC TEC TEC TEC TEC

Automotive Automotive ConstructionTechnology&Management ConstructionTechnology&Management ConstructionTechnology&Management ConstructionTechnology&Management ConstructionTechnology&Management Electronics/CNS Electronics/CNS Electronics/CNS Electronics/CNS HeavyEquipment HeavyEquipment HVACR HVACR ManufacturingEngineeringTechnology ManufacturingEngineeringTechnology ManufacturingEngineeringTechnology MechanicalDesign MechanicalDesign MechanicalDesign MechanicalDesign Plastics&Rubber Plastics&Rubber Plastics&Rubber Printing&ImagingTechnologyManagement Printing&ImagingTechnologyManagement Printing&ImagingTechnologyManagement Surveying Surveying WeldingEngineeringTechnology WeldingEngineeringTechnology

AutomotiveManagement AutomotiveServiceTechnology BuildingConstructionTechnology CivilEngineeringTechnology ConstructionManagement ConstructionManagement/Comm/IndustBldg ConstructionManagement/Highway/Bridge ComputerNetworks&Systems Electrical/ElectronicsEngineeringTechnology EnergySystemsEngineering IndustrialElectronicsTechnology HeavyEquipmentServiceEngineeringTechnology HeavyEquipmentServiceTechnology HVACREngineeringTechnology HVACRTechnology ManufacturingEngineeringTechnology ManufacturingTechnology QualityEngineeringTechnology CADDrafting&ToolDesignTechnology MechanicalEngineeringTechnology MechanicalEngineeringTechnology ProductDesignEngineeringTechnology Plastics&PolymerEngineeringTechnology PlasticsEngineeringTechnology RubberEngineeringTechnology NewMediaPrinting&Publishing Printing&DigitalGraphicImagingTechnology PrintingManagement SurveyingEngineering SurveyingTechnology WeldingEngineeringTechnology WeldingTechnology

BS AAS AAS AAS BS BS BS BS BS BS AAS BS AAS BS AAS BS AAS BS AAS AAS BS BS AAS BS BS BS AAS BS BS AAS BS AAS

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FACULTY & STAFF

UNIVERSITYSTAFFBYJOBCATEGORYANDGENDER FALL2011 FULL‐TIME TemporaryFull‐Time 1.8%

Service/Maintenance 13.8%

Professional 17.4%

SkilledTrades 1.2% Tech/Paraprof 1.3%

Exec/Adm/Mgr 10.6%

Secretary/Clerical 13.8%

Faculty 40.0%

JOBCATEGORY

MALE NUMBER

PERCENT

FEMALE NUMBER

PERCENT

TOTAL NUMBER

PERCENT

112 86 339 6 7 17 109 11 687

44.8% 56.2% 59.0% 3.0% 36.8% 100.0% 55.1% 42.3% 47.8%

138 67 236 193 12 0 89 15 750

55.2% 43.8% 41.0% 97.0% 63.2% 0.0% 44.9% 57.7% 52.2%

250 153 575 199 19 17 198 26 1437

17.4% 10.6% 40.0% 13.8% 1.3% 1.2% 13.8% 1.8% 100.0%

Professional Exec/Adm/Mgr Faculty Secretary/Clerical Tech/Paraprof SkilledTrades Service/Maintenance TemporaryFull‐Time TOTAL

Source:OfficeofHumanResourceDevelopment

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UNIVERSITYSTAFFBYJOBCATEGORYANDGENDER FALL2011 PART‐TIME

Professional 15.0%

Service/Maintenance 13.8% Tech/Paraprof 1.6%

Secretary/Clerical 7.4%

Faculty 62.1%

JOBCATEGORY

MALE NUMBER

PERCENT

FEMALE NUMBER

PERCENT

TOTAL NUMBER

PERCENT

37 180 4 4 32 257

43.5% 51.3% 9.5% 44.4% 41.0% 45.5%

48 171 38 5 46 308

56.5% 48.7% 90.5% 55.6% 59.0% 54.5%

85 351 42 9 78 565

15.0% 62.1% 7.4% 1.6% 13.8% 100.0%

Professional Faculty Secretary/Clerical Tech/Paraprof Service/Maintenance TOTAL

Source:OfficeofHumanResourceDevelopment

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UNIVERSITYSTAFFBYJOBCATEGORYANDGENDER FALL2011 TOTAL

Service/Maintenance 13.8%

TemporaryFull‐Time 1.3%

Professional 16.7%

SkilledTrades 0.8% Tech/Paraprof 1.4%

Exec/Adm/Mgr 7.6%

Secretary/Clerical 12.0%

Faculty 46.3%

JOBCATEGORY

MALE NUMBER

PERCENT

FEMALE NUMBER

PERCENT

TOTAL NUMBER

PERCENT

149 86 519 10 11 17 141 11 944

44.5% 56.2% 56.0% 4.1% 39.3% 100.0% 51.1% 42.3% 47.2%

186 67 407 231 17 0 135 15 1058

55.5% 43.8% 44.0% 95.9% 60.7% 0.0% 48.9% 57.7% 52.8%

335 153 926 241 28 17 276 26 2002

16.7% 7.6% 46.3% 12.0% 1.4% 0.8% 13.8% 1.3% 100.0%

Professional Exec/Adm/Mgr Faculty Secretary/Clerical Tech/Paraprof SkilledTrades Service/Maintenance TemporaryFull‐Time TOTAL

Source:OfficeofHumanResourceDevelopment

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FALLFACULTYANDSTAFFBYRACE/ETHNICITYANDGENDER FULL‐TIME&PART‐TIMEEMPLOYEES‐11/1/2011 FEMALE

MALE

TOTAL

AMERICANINDIANORALASKANATIVE

6

5

11

ASIAN

18

32

50

BLACKORAFRICANAMERICAN

17

24

41

FOREIGN

HISPANICORLATINO

9

8

17

NATIVEHAWAIIANORPACIFICISLANDER

990

853

1,843

TWOORMORERACES

1

4

5

UNREPORTED

17

18

35

1,058

944

2,002

WHITE

TOTAL

Thefollowingdefinitionsareusedindeterminingracial/ethnicdesignations: AmericanIndianorAlaskaNative: ApersonhavingoriginsinanyoftheoriginalpeoplesofNorthandSouthAmerica(includingCentralAmerica),and whomaintainsculturalidentificationthroughtribalaffiliationorcommunityattachment. Asian: ApersonhavingoriginsinanyoftheoriginalpeoplesoftheFarEast,SoutheastAsia,ortheIndianSubcontinent including,forexample,Cambodia,China,India,Japan,Korea,Malaysia,Pakistan,thePhilippineIslands,Thailand,and Vietnam. BlackorAfricanAmerican: ApersonhavingoriginsinanyoftheblackracialgroupsofAfrica. Foreign: ApersonwhoisnotacitizenoftheUnitedStates,andwhoisinthiscountryonatemporarybasisanddoesnothave arighttoremainindefinitely. HispanicorLatino: ApersonofCuban,Mexican,PuertoRican,CentralorSouthAmerican,orotherSpanishcultureororigin,regardless ofrace. NativeHawaiianorPacificIslander: ApersonhavingoriginsinanyoftheoriginalpeoplesofHawaii,Guam,Samoa,orotherPacificIsland. White: ApersonhavingoriginsinanyoftheoriginalpeoplesofEurope,theMiddleEast,orNorthAfrica.

Source:OfficeofHumanResourceDevelopment

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DISTINGUISHEDTEACHERAWARD TheFerrisStateUniversityAcademicSenateoverseestheselectionoftheDistinguishedTeacherAwards.Teachersreceiving thisawardhavebeennominatedbytheirpeersbasedonthefollowingcriteria:Teachingexcellence;participationin professionaldevelopmentactivities;interestinstudentsoutsidetheclassroom/laboratory;andexhibitingdistinctionasa memberoftheuniversitycommunity. YEAR 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1982 1983 1984 1984 1985 1985 1986 1987 1987 1988 1988 1989 1989 1990 1990 1991

RECIPIENT

COLLEGE

YEAR

MargueriteJeserich GeorgeWells GarnetZimmerman KarlisKazerovskis FrankKaras RobertK.Harry KennethO.McManis GeorgeN.Holcomb RichardHunter RogerF.Kennedy EverettJ.Nienhouse BarbaraSengelaub MaxT.Yeley RichardL.Shaw JosephJ.Mitala SidneyP.Sytsma RichardA.Santer MichaelD.Ells NeillH.Nutter HerbertL.Carson RobertE.Friar NewellH.Johnson JuliaH.Bonkowski JamesP.Lehnert AdaLouCarson MichaelC.Cooper RoseAnnSwartz RobertC.Ferguson GarthS.McHattie MarkA.Curtis JamesD.Maas MarilynKeigley ChristineTowner RoxanneM.Cullen

Arts&Sciences Arts&Sciences Technology Pharmacy Arts&Sciences Arts&Sciences Arts&Sciences Pharmacy AlliedHealth Technology Arts&Sciences AlliedHealth Technology Technology Pharmacy Business Arts&Sciences AlliedHealth Arts&Sciences Arts&Sciences Arts&Sciences Technology AlliedHealth Arts&Sciences Arts&Sciences Business Business Arts&Sciences Education Technology Business Business AlliedHealth Arts&Sciences

1991 1992 1992 1993 1993 1994 1994 1995 1995 1996 1996 1997 1998 1998 1999 1999 2000 2000 2001 2001 2002 2003 2003 2003 2004 2005 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

RECIPIENT

COLLEGE

GaryC.Horn BruceL.Beetley JohnH.Landis DougFonner TerryNerbonne FredLovgren EdwardStuart MaudeBigford JudySchottle MichaelKeating CarolineStern J.RandallVance WaltHoeksema MitchellLeClaire MaryanneHeidemann James(Ted)Walker DanielE.Noren RichardJ.Pisacreta AbdollahFerdowsi J.RandallGroves SheilaSquicciarini DavidAiken DavidHanna PhillipMiddleton DavidPilgrim RobertMcCullough FredHeck PasqualeDiRaddo MaryMurnik KhagendraThapa DanielAdsmond RichardGoosen GregGogolin

Arts&Sciences Arts&Sciences AlliedHealthSciences Arts&Sciences Education Business Technology Arts&Sciences AlliedHealthSciences Optometry Arts&Sciences Optometry Arts&Sciences Technology Arts&Sciences Arts&Sciences Arts&Sciences Arts&Sciences Business Arts&Sciences AlliedHealthSciences Arts&Sciences Technology Arts&Sciences Arts&Sciences Arts&Sciences Arts&Sciences Arts&Sciences Arts&Sciences Technology Arts&Sciences EngineeringTechnology Business

Source:AcademicSenate

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ORGANIZATIONAL CHARTS

FERRIS STATE UNIVERSITY BOARD OF TRUSTEES

Chair R. E. Snead

Vice Chair S. L. Walz

Secretary G. J. Menoutes

Board Member A. M. Baker

Board Member P. E. Boyer

Board Member G.L. Granger

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Board Member A. L. Tebo

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FERRIS STATE UNIVERSITY EXECUTIVE DIVISION

Board Of Trustees

President D. Eisler

Director Budgetary Planning & Analysis S. Depew

Vice President For Diversity & Inclusion D. Pilgrim

Executive Assistant To The President E. Kamptner

Associate Director Budgetary Planning & Analysis B. Logan

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Secretary To The Board Of Trustees & Administrative Assistant To The President K. Obermier

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Vice President Administration & Finance J. Scoby

Vice President Extended & International Operations D. Green

Provost & Vice President Academic Affairs F. Erickson Vice President Diversity & Inclusion D. Pilgrim

Vice President & General Counsel M. Postema

President D. Eisler

Board Of Trustees

PRESIDENT’S COUNCIL

Vice President Administration & Finance Kendall College Of Art & Design S. Davison-Wilson

President Kendall College Of Art & Design O. Evans

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Vice President Student Affairs D. Burcham

Vice President University Advancement & Marketing J. Willey

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FERRIS STATE UNIVERSITY ACADEMIC AFFAIRS DIVISION

President D. Eisler

Provost & Vice President for Academic Affairs F. Erickson

Vice President Extended & International Operations D. Green

Associate Provost of Academic Operations D. Flickinger P. Blake

Associate Provost of Evaluation, Assessment, Accreditation, Compliance R. Teahen

Associate Provost of Retention & Student Success W. Potter

Charter Schools L. Wells

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Interim Dean Allied Health Sciences J. Coon

Interim Dean Arts & Sciences K. Strasser

Dean Business D. Nicol

Dean Education & Human Services M. Johnston

Interim Dean Library L. Monger

Dean Michigan College Of Optometry M. Cron

Dean Pharmacy S. Durst

Dean Professional & Technological Studies (Vacant)

Interim Dean Engineering Technology R. McKean

Dean University College W. Potter

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FERRIS STATE UNIVERSITY ACADEMIC AFFAIRS DIVISION OFFICE OF ACADEMIC AFFAIRS

Provost & Vice President for Academic Affairs F. Erickson

Executive Secretary R. Hoisington

Vice President Extended & International Operations D. Green

Associate Provost of Retention & Student Success W. Potter

Transfer Center D. Stakely

Associate Provost of Academic Operations D. Flickinger P. Blake

Charter Schools L. Wells

Associate Provost of Evaluation, Assessment, Accreditation Comp R. Teahen

Academic Communication & Special Events Coordinator M. Baumgartner Director of Academic Budget Management K. Wilber

Administrative Secretary M. Milzarski Secretary Level II M. Bejma

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ORGANIZATIONAL CHARTS

FERRIS STATE UNIVERSITY ACADEMIC AFFAIRS DIVISION EXTENDED & INTERNATIONAL OPERATIONS

Provost & Vice President Academic Affairs F. Erickson

Vice President Extended & International Operations/Dean D. Green

Director of Digital Marketing & Communication J. Hegenauer

Associate Dean (Vacant)

College of Professional & Technological Studies

Director of Marketing & Promotions J. Amlotte

CPS/Mid-Michigan Assistant Dean C. Cluchey

Conferences & Professional Svcs Coordinator A. Freye

Major Gifts Officer A. Miltgen

Grand Rapids/ Southwest Assistant Dean T. Powers

Director of Student Leadership & Activities D. Schavey

Online Learning/ Southeast Michigan Executive Director D. Thalner

Dowagiac Outreach Coordinator L. Topping

Northern Michigan Director D. Curtiss

Southeast Michigan Director B. Bouwman

Metro Detroit Coordinator (Vacant) Lansing Outreach Coordinator J. Faris Midland-BaySaginaw Outreach Coordinator J. Hemingway Southeast Region Director L. Callcut

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Administrative Secretary N. Moore

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Administrative Secretary D. Moulter

International Education Director P. Prakasam

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FERRIS STATE UNIVERSITY ACADEMIC AFFAIRS DIVISION COLLEGE OF ALLIED HEALTH SCIENCES

Provost & Vice President Academic Affairs F. Erickson

Interim Dean J. Coon

Department Head Clinical Lab, Respiratory Care, Health Administration G. Zimmerman

Department Head Dental Hygiene Medical Imaging T. Raglin

Director School of Nursing J. Coon

Program Coordinator Clinical Lab Sciences D. deRegnier

Program Coordinator Allied Health Sciences BS & AAS T. Raglin

Program Coordinator Nursing BSN,RN-BSN S. Colley

Program Coordinator Health Care Systems Administration T. Harper

Program Coordinator Dental Hygiene K. Beistle

Program Coordinator Nursing MSN M. Bell-Scriber

Program Coordinator Health Information P. Hagstrom

Program Coordinator Diagnostic Medical Sonography M. Weemaes

Program Coordinator Molecular Diagnostics M. Setyabudi

Program Coordinator Nuclear Medicine S. MacEachron

Program Coordinator Respiratory Care M. Dixon

Program Coordinator Radiography L. Wall

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FERRIS STATE UNIVERSITY ACADEMIC AFFAIRS DIVISION COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES

Provost & Vice President Academic Affairs F. Erickson

Interim Dean K. Strasser

Acting Associate Dean D. Frank & A. Karafa

Integrative Studies R. Cullen

Interim Department Head Biological Sciences J. Lipar

Interim Department Head Humanities T. Williams

Interim Department Head Languages & Lit. S. Balkema

Animal Care R. Marble

Art Gallery C. Weis

Composition E. Stolarek

Biology C. Franklund & B. Isler

Arts R. Barnum

Biology Education S. Herron

Department Head Mathematics K. Weller

Applied Mathematics R. McCullough

Department Head Physical Sciences D. Frank

Department Head Social Sciences A. Karafa

Biochemistry K. Colvert

Jim Crow Museum D. Pilgrim

Crossroads Writing Project L. Chrenka

Chemistry D. Adsmond

Political Science R. Griffin

Communication G. Nagel

English C. Persak

Industrial Chemistry Technology W. Killian

Psychology J. Weaver

Biotechnology B. Isler

Forensics T. J. Lakin

English Education C. Vonder Haar

Math, Science Technology Center D. Frank

Social Work K. Palazzolo-Miller

Card Wildlife Education Center J. Lipar

History G. Huey

Technical & Professional Comm S. Balkema

Rawlinson Observatory P. Martell

Socioloy A. Baker

Ornamental Horticulture J. Vanderploeg

Humanities G. Snider

The Torch S. Fox

Smith Greenhouse J. Vanderploeg

Music M. Moresi

Writing Center A. Kantar

Theater K. LaPietra

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Williams Auditorium G. Sherlock

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FERRIS STATE UNIVERSITY ACADEMIC AFFAIRS DIVISION COLLEGE OF BUSINESS

Provost & Vice President Academic Affairs F. Erickson

Dean D. Nicol

Associate Dean V. Edgerton

Department Head Accountancy, Finance, & Information Systems J. Woolen

Department Head Management D. Steenstra

Department Chair Marketing M. Cooper

Graphic Design Coordinator J. Ek

Interim Department Chair Sport, Entertainment, and Hospitality Management V. Edgerton

Hospitality Programs Coordinator J. Doyle Music Industry Management Coordinator D. Cronk Professional Golf Management Coordinator A. Waltz Professional Tennis Management Director D. Ameel

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FERRIS STATE UNIVERSITY ACADEMIC AFFAIRS DIVISION COLLEGE OF EDUCATION & HUMAN SERVICES

Provost & Vice President Academic Affairs F. Erickson

Dean M. Johnston

Department Chair Recreation, Leisure Services & Wellness S. Hastings-Bishop

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Director School of Criminal Justice S. Reifert

Associate Dean School of Education P. Blake

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Department Chair Television & Digital Media Production G. Okonoski

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FERRIS STATE UNIVERSITY ACADEMIC AFFAIRS DIVISION COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

Provost & Vice President Academic Affairs F. Erickson

Interim Dean R. McKean

Interim Associate Dean L. Schult

Interim Educational Counselor M. Ropele

Advancement Officer K. Lerew

Interim Director Corporate & Professional Development A. McIntyre Center For Certification Training & Testing Manager S. Eichenberg

Director School Of Automotive & Heavy Equipment G. Key

Energy Center Coordinator A. McIntyre

Director School Of Built Environment B. Craig

Director School Of Computer, Electrical, Energy, Mech. & Surveying Sys. D. Dawson

Interim Director School Of Design & Manufacturing L. Schult

Program Coordinator Automotive Engineering Technology R. Leonard

Program Coordinator Architecture & Facility Management D. Nagelkirk

Program Coordinator Electrical/Electronics & Computer Network Sys. R. Mehringer

Program Coordinator CAD Drafting & Tool Design (Vacant)

Program Coordinator Automotive Service & Management G. Key

Program Coordinator Construction R. Eastley

Program Coordinator Mechanical/Energy T. Hollen

Program Coordinator Manufacturing & Quality (Vacant)

Program Coordinator Heavy Equipment M. McNulty

Interim Coordinator Institute For Const. Education & Training T. Larabel

Program Coordinator Product Design R. Goosen

Program Coordinator Plastics & Rubber R. Speirs

Coordinator Transport Institute M. McNulty

Program Coordinator HVACR D. Zentz

Program Coordinator Surveying Engineering D. Dawson

Program Contact Printing & New Media P. Klarecki Program Coordinator Welding Engineering Technology J. Carney

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FERRIS STATE UNIVERSITY KENDALL COLLEGE OF ART & DESIGN

Vice Chancellor & President O. Evans

Vice President Administration & Finance S. Davison-Wilson

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Dean Of College M. Shangle

Director Career Services C. Brown

Director Continuing Studies B. Sipe

Director Counseling, Tutoring & Disability Services D. Storms

Director Enrollment Management S. Britton

Director Of Exhibitions S. Joseph

Director Graphic Design E. Tislerics

Director Library M. Kruzich

Registrar S. Schultz

Supervisor Of Shops M. Mulder

Coordinator Student Activities N. DeKraker

Program Chair Art Education C. Todd

Program Chair Art History A. Norcross

Program Chair Digital Media B. Fischer

Program Chair Drawing & Printmaking P. Constantine

Program Chair Furniture Design G. Debryun

Program Chair General Education S. Engbers

Program Chair Graphic Design S. Jonkman

Program Chair Illustration J. McDonald

Program Chair Industrial Design T. Edwards

Program Chair Interior Design O. Snyder

Program Chair Metals & Jewelry Design P. Renato

Program Chair Painting M. Vega/D. Zeeuw

Program Chair Photography A. DeKraker

Program Chair Sculpture & Functional Art J. Watson

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FERRIS STATE UNIVERSITY ACADEMIC AFFAIRS DIVISION LIBRARY

Provost & Vice President Academic Affairs F. Erickson

Interim Dean Library L. Monger

Department Head Digital & Support Services L. Monger

Department Head Information Delivery & Information Literacy Services R. Schroeder

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Special Collections & Archives M. Isler

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FERRIS STATE UNIVERSITY ACADEMIC AFFAIRS DIVISION MICHIGAN COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY AT FERRIS STATE UNIVERSITY

Provost & Vice President Academic Affairs F. Erickson

Dean M. Cron

Associate Dean For Academic & Student Affairs R. Buckingham

Assistant Dean For Clinical Affairs (Vacant)

Director Of Residencies B. Morgan

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FERRIS STATE UNIVERSITY ACADEMIC AFFAIRS DIVISION COLLEGE OF PHARMACY

Provost & Vice President Academic Affairs F. Erickson

Dean S. Durst

Assistant Dean for Admissions & Assessment (Vacant)

Director External Clinical Operations M. Seiferlein

Interim Assistant Dean for Academic Operations M. Bouthillier

Director Off-Campus Student Services M. Lyons

Interim Department Head Pharmaceutical Sciences K. Hanco*ck

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Interim Department Head Pharmacy Practice C. DeHoag

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FERRIS STATE UNIVERSITY ACADEMIC AFFAIRS DIVISION COLLEGE OF PROFESSIONAL & TECHNOLOGICAL STUDIES

Provost & Vice President Academic Affairs F. Erickson

Vice President Extended & International Operations/Dean D. Green

Associate Dean (Vacant)

Digital Animation & Game Design D. Baker

Digital Media Software Engineering F. Baker

Industrial Technology & Management J. Joyce

Doctorate Community College Leadership R. Teahen

Coordinator A. Wirgau

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FERRIS STATE UNIVERSITY ACADEMIC AFFAIRS DIVISION UNIVERSITY COLLEGE

Provost & Vice President Academic Affairs F. Erickson

Associate Provost of Retention & Students Success W. Potter

Supervisor Academic Support J. Pole

Department Chair Developmental Curriculum H. Woodman

Department Head Educational Counseling & Disability Services D. Cox

Director Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning T. Stanislav

Coordinator FSUS/NSAR S. VandePanne

Coordinator Honors Program M. Bigford

Coordinator Media Production S. Hamel

Coordinator SCHOLAR Program K. GreenBay

Coordinator SLA Program A. Krellwitz

Coordinator TIP Scholars Program J. Watson

Director Transfer Services Center (Vacant)

Faculty Co-Coordinators Academic Svc. Learning S. Thomson & W. Samuels

Faculty Co-Coordinators Political Engagement Program D. Hewer & R. Griffin

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FERRIS STATE UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION & FINANCE DIVISION

President D. Eisler

Vice President Administration & Finance J. Scoby

Director Athletics P. Weisenburger

Associate Vice President Auxiliary Enterprises J. Hessler

Associate Athletics Director J. Coles

Auxiliary Enterprise Assistant J. Duddles

Associate Director Athletics Comm. R. Bentley

Coordinator Athletic Camps G. Wendlowsky

Interim Compliance Coordinator S. Higley

Manager Barnes & Noble K. Bohren

Equipment Manager B. Mumah

Supervisor Copy Center J. Pedelty

Head Trainer D. Lucey

Director Dining Services L. Helmer

Manager Ice Arena & Convocation Center K. Barnes Interim Senior Women’s Administrator T. Brandel-Wilhelm Head Coaches Interim Softball D. Thompson Volleyball T. Brandel-Wilhelm Hockey B. Daniels W. Basketball T. Dorow W. Soccer M. Kellog M & W Golf M. Mignano M & W Tennis A. Palladino M & W CC/Track & Field S. Picucci Football J. Pierce M. Basketball B. Sall

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General Manager Holiday Inn T. Laughlin Director Housing J. Shaffer Manager Katke Golf Course A. Waltz Manager Racquet & Fitness Center D. Ameel Manager Tot’s Place L. Johnson

Associate Vice President Finance R. Christner

Associate Vice President Human Resources W. Hills

Executive Secretary to the Vice President J. Warner

Chief Technology Officer ITS J. Urbanick

Associate Vice President Physical Plant M. Hughes

Director Public Safety M. Bledsoe

Director Accounting Services M. Grandy

Manager Employment, Comp. & HRIS M. Balliet

Director Enterprise Applications Svcs. D. Grinnell

Director Plant Operations M. Eichenberg

Assistant Director J. Cook

Director Business Operations K. Heeter

Manager Employee Benefits Retirement Services R. Cornelisse

Director Technology Assistance Center S. Thede

Manager Business Services E. Shepard

Detective & Sergeant T. Jacobs

Manager Financial Services L. Golden

Manager Employee Safety & Training M. McKay

Office Coordinator J. Thede

Superintendent Custodial Services (Vacant)

Office Supervisor J. Swanson

Finance & Position Control Analyst C. Bongard

Manager Employee Relations (Vacant)

Director Telecom & Student Technical Services J. Maat

Environmental Engineer R. Bula

Sergeant & Night Supervisor D. Hepler

Manager Grounds & Roads W. Gasper

Sergeant & Night Supervisor J. Wing

Investments & Grants Officer K. Thompson *

Central IT Functions, Data Security, Project Mgmt, Service Mgmt

Director Purchasing M. Pethick

Plant Engineer D. Sovinski

Manager Risk Management & Insurance C. Weber

Manager Work Management & Building Services F. Kuzee

* Also reports to the Vice President for Admin & Finance

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FERRIS STATE UNIVERSITY KENDALL COLLEGE OF ART & DESIGN ADMINISTRATION & FINANCE

Vice President Administration & Finance S. Davison-Wilson

Director Administration & Finance S. Seath

Director Enrollment Management S. Britton

Director Information System Information Technology E. Menold

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Director Physical Plant L. Cobb

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FERRIS STATE UNIVERSITY GOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS & GENERAL COUNSEL

President D. Eisler

Vice President & General Counsel M. Postema

Assistant General Counsel (Vacant)

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Attorney K. Plas

Director of Equal Opportunity (Vacant)

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Director Labor Relations S. Stratton

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FERRIS STATE UNIVERSITY STUDENT AFFAIRS DIVISION

President D. Eisler

Vice President Student Affairs D. Burcham

Executive Secretary to the Vice President L. Telfer

Associate Vice President Student Affairs M. Cairns

Dean of Enrollment Services K. Salomonson

Registrar E. Gramza

Director of Institutional Research M. Day

Associate Dean of Enrollment Services K. Lake

Director of Financial Aid S. Dew

Associate Director of Admissions C. Tetsworth

Associate Director of Admissions J. Daday

Associate Director of Admissions A. Garrey

Director Birkam Health Center P. Sullivan

Director Multicultural Student Services M. Chaney Interim Director Personal Counseling Center R. Douglas-Wurdock Director Rankin Center & Student Affairs Budget Manager M. Schuelke Interim Director Student Leadership & Activities M. Schuelke

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Administrative Assistant To The Associate V.P. S. Hayes

Dean Student Life L. Wright

Director Office of Student Conduct K. Norton Coordinator Of Career Services A. Roman Coordinator For Student Life N. Campau

Director University Recreation C. Horn

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FERRIS STATE UNIVERSITY STUDENT AFFAIRS DIVISION ENROLLMENT SERVICES

Vice President Student Affairs D. Burcham

Executive Secretary To The Vice President L. Telfer

Associate Vice President M. Cairns

Dean Of Enrollment Services K. Salomonson

Associate Dean Of Enrollment Services K. Lake

Associate Director Of Admissions J. Daday

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Associate Director Of Admissions A. Garrey

Director Of Financial Aid S. Dew

Director Of Institutional Research M. Day

Interim Assistant Director Of Financial Aid N. Wencl

Assistant Director Of Enrollment Technical Services K. Fisher

Registrar E. Gramza

Associate Director Of Admissions C. Tetsworth

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Assistant Director Of Enrollment Technical Services B. Gilchrist

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FERRIS STATE UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY ADVANCEMENT & MARKETING

President D. Eisler

Administrative Assistant The Ferris Foundation K. Erickson

Interim Vice President University Advancement & Marketing S. Armstrong

Assistant to the Vice President & Associate Vice President K. Kirk

Associate Vice President Marketing & Communications S. Armstrong

Associate Vice President Advancement C. Miller

Director Alumni Relations & Advancement Operations & Executive Director of FSU Alumni Association J. Mishler

Administrative Secretary to The Associate Vice President R. Ridderman

Manager of Prospect Research & Development H. Youngs

Senior Graphic Design C. Bull

Director of Planned Giving T. Jacobs

Graphic Des./Copywriter N. Clark Interim Director of Marketing Client Services L. Nixon Communications Specialist A. Hogenson

Athletics Advancement Officer W. Goode CET Advancement Officer K. Lerew COAS/UC Advancement Officer Y. Barnes

Interim Asst Director of News Services Social Media PR S. Gholston

COB Advancement Officer S. Issette

Photographic Services B. Bitzinger

COAHS Advancement Officer A. Miltgen

Web Content Manager T. Halm

Advancement Associate D. Gorby

Assistant Director Alumni Relations B. Behrenwald Associate Director Advancement Operations & Technology M. MacIver Advancement Operations Analyst M. Repke Applications Specialist P. Harvey

Multi-Media Coordinator R. Piippo Web Developer S. Ferdowsi

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ALUMNI

ALUMNI

ALUMNIBYSTATE2011

Alabama

235

Missouri

370

Alaska

182

Montana

122

1,262

Nebraska

88

Arizona Arkansas

141

ArmedForcesCalifornia

14

ArmedForcesFlorida ArmedForcesNewYork

Nevada NewHampshire

97

2

NewJersey

262

35

NewMexico

166 595

California

1,955

NewYork

Colorado

1,058

NorthCarolina

Connecticut

362

194

NorthDakota

1,191 37

Delaware

49

Ohio

1,783

DistrictofColumbia

48

Oklahoma

166

Florida

3,473

Oregon

277

Georgia

1,052

Pennsylvania

569

Hawaii

103

RhodeIsland

24

Idaho

103

SouthCarolina

543 59

Illinois

2,601

SouthDakota

Indiana

1,790

Tennessee

680

Iowa

220

Texas

Kansas

172

Utah

Kentucky

341

Vermont

45

Louisiana

94

Virginia

760

Maine

80

Washington

496

Maryland

380

WestVirginia

79

Massachusetts

242

Wisconsin

1,314

87,031

Wyoming

89

Michigan Minnesota

606

Mississippi

74

1,736 113

Canada

428

OtherCountries

671

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ALUMNIBYCOLLEGE2011

Active Alumni

Total Alumni

AlliedHealthSciences

15,859

16,163

Arts&Sciences

14,158

18,454

Business

35,803

40,846

Education&HumanServices

13,285

14,019

EngineeringTechnology

26,507

1,901

KendallCollegeofArt&Design

5,119

5,238

MichiganCollegeofOptometryatFSU

1,858

27,793

Pharmacy

6,438

8,871

132

132

119,159

133,417

Professional&TechnologicalStudies TOTAL

$6,896,445

TotalDonations‐FiscalYear2011 Numbersmaybeduplicatedifadegreewasearnedfrommorethanonecollege. Activeincludeseveryoneexceptdeceasedalumni.

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PLACEMENTRATES

Categories

2005‐06

2006‐07

2007‐08

2008‐09

2009‐10

Placementrateincludesgraduateswhoarecontinuing theireducationorareemployed.

98%

97%

94%

88%

86%

Graduatesinthejobmarketwhofoundjobs.

94%

93%

89%

82%

84%

Graduateswhofoundjobs,employedintheirfield.

87%

85%

82%

82%

72%

ResponserateofgraduatescompletingtheGraduate Follow‐UpSurvey.

49%

44%

37%

21%

22%

Respondentswhoareworkingandcontinuingtheireducationconcurrentlyarereportedinbothofthese categories.Theplacementrateincludesindividualsonlyonceanddoesnotincludethosenotseeking employment.

Categories AssociateDegreegraduatescontinuingtheireducation atFerrisState.*

2005‐06

2006‐07

2007‐08

2008‐09

2009‐10

45%

47%

41%

44%

46%

*Basedon4thDayHeadcount

Source:OfficeofInstitutionalResearch&Testing

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RECIPIENTSOFALUMNIAWARDS Since1956,CommencementweekactivitieshaveincludedthepresentationbytheFerrisStateUniversityAlumniAssociationofDistinguishedAlumni AwardsrecognizingexceptionalcareersuccessandnoteworthyfidelityanddevotiontotheUniversity.Recipientsfrom1961‐2011: 1961 C.V.Buttleman MertaL.Reed GideonE.Smith 1962 WalterArmbruster JosephC.Hirschfield HattieSmithLearBaribeau 1963 ClareF.Jarecki CharlesS.Neithercut JohnW.Tenny 1964 BessRoseFishman LewieH.Hull J.ArthurPino 1965 LeoF.Duggan C.GordonPhillips GeorgeC.Quinnell 1966 L.DaleFaunce CarltonH.Runcieman 1967 AlbertF.Cleveland RoyA.Darling JamesC.Finney,Sr. WillardJ.Nash 1968 NormanE.Borgerson AnnW.Sawasky ReubenE.Trippensee 1969 CarrollBoutell ElmonCataline 1970 CharlesE.Fairman EthelTaylorPierce JohnStahlin 1971 StanleyJ.Byington GeraldMcKessy RaymondSines

1972 ClarenceFreeman DelbertLong RamsayWardrop 1973 BertC.Brennan AlbertB.Doherty,III JohnW.Spicer FredA.Westerman 1974 FrankCurtis PhillipRunkel ColinSmith 1975 RexO.Graff FredSchnarr ChesterI.Williams 1976 S.JohnByington GeraldL.DeHaan ClareG.Johnson H.JamesRenaud 1977 JamesR.Hess FlorenceI.Holden RobertJ.Norsworthy 1978 RuthGibsonButler LeonardW.Gopp RobertC.Redman 1979 PeggyA.Frazier ThomasP.Scholler LeeA.Westberg 1980 E.ElaineDavies KunoHammerberg JohnF.Mangrum 1981 AlvinL.Burridge FloydE.Curtis AvisJ.Ericson

1982 HowardL.Dell JackM.Newcomb RenaD.Westra 1983 DouglasW.Call DarnellE.Cole MargaretEthelDenise Elton"Ott"Gingrich 1984 RichardC.Andersen EdmundD.Farhat KennethJ.Hicks 1985 JeanD.Deupree ArnoldL.Johnson BruceN.Parsons 1986 RichardL.Antonini BertilG.Carlson KennethL.Cook JackD.Lewis 1987 RogerW.Anderson MauriceQ.Bectel H.KearneyWalters 1988 MarjorieL.Fleming GordonE.Kamstra CharlesE.Lippert GeorgeH.Ryan,Sr. 1989 AlbertJ.Coudron KennethW.Kirk GeorgeJ.Menoutes JerryR.Tubbs 1990 PhilipE.Hoffman DennisB.Lerner RogerG.Stoll ClintonL.Swinehart

1991 DarrollZ.Howard JaneReaganJones KennethE.McCourt 1992 PaulE.Boyer RichardE.Hurst CarolynC.Kilpatrick JamesMiddaugh 1993 EugeneA.DeFouw DouglasP.Johnson BarbaraL.Ottinger LouisM.Sesti 1994 JosephC.Barney,Jr. VernitaBurrows R.ThomasCook KennethHoexum RobertN.Tenney 1995 WilliamAdrian JackBates JohnBradac LawrenceMarfechuk RonaldSnead 1996 DavidV.Dellar 1997 JohnWheeler 1998 SteveHarvey 1999 JerryWoodco*ck 2000 DanielF.Niccolai 2001 RobertS.Buckingham JohnD.Chinonis RobynD.Myers RobertK.Scranton

2002 JohnC.Bond JosephJ.CorcoranII JamesB.Meyer 2003 WilliamJ.Buckingham SuzetteCompton 2004 MarkE.Alley StephenR.Ehardt Dr.GaryKadlec RichardSauve 2005 DickDolack RandySeaman 2006 TerrenceG.Gohl KenLawless 2007 KurtA.Barrett EmilyF.Hanco*ck 2008 BrianF.Barry MichaelJ.Bettiga PaulT.Doyle DavidL.Stickles 2009 RonaldMahoney TimMoore MaryJaneThomson 2010 RaymondBaker BrentKnight JamesRhodes MarkSwan JohnTrestrailIII 2011 RichardL.AntoniniII JohnMatlock CurtMcAllister

ThePacesetterAwardrecognizesalumniwhohavebeeninthejobfieldupto13yearswithexceptionalsuccess.Recipientsare: 1998 JacquelynKeehne‐Miron DebraSchults 1999 BrendaBartz LisaDexter 2000 Frank(Luke)Wyckoff

2001 PaulM.Eichenberg ThomasL.Miller 2002 MecheleA.Churchfield ScottM.Mark 2003 JamesP.Chenier MaryLeePakieser

2004 BradleyA.Henion KennethW.Mance MathewM.Vivona 2005 MarkGuindon MichaelPung 2006 WilliamDavis MichaelTravis

2007 KeithGuy BarbaraHorn MichaelMoll ScottSeifferlein 2008 MichaelJ.Oxner

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2009 ScottFrench KathyLeMieux MimiMiles 2010 JamesMaher 2011 JasonMitchell RyanPohl CoreyWiggins

BUDGET

BUDGET

FERRISSTATEUNIVERSITY FY2011‐12GENERALFUNDOPERATINGBUDGET (AMOUNTSINTHOUSANDS)

FY2011‐12 OPERATINGBUDGET

REVENUES STATEAPPROPRIATIONS

$41,324

TUITION/FEES

$139,021

OTHERREVENUES

$4,165

TOTALREVENUE

$184,510

EXPENDITURES SALARY/WAGE/BENEFIT

$128,475

OPERATINGEXPENSE

$39,085

STUDENTASSISTANCE

$16,950

TOTALEXPENDITURES

$184,510

REVENUE/EXPENDITURENET

$0

Source:OfficeofBudgetaryPlanning&Analysis,GeneralFundOperatingBudgetFY‐11/12

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FERRISSTATEUNIVERSITY REVENUESUMMARY (AMOUNTSINTHOUSANDS) AMOUNT

PERCENT

STATEAPPROPRIATIONS TUITIONANDFEES OTHERREVENUES

$41,324 $139,021 $4,165

22.4% 75.3% 2.3%

TOTAL

$184 510 $184,510

100%

OTHERREVENUES 2.3%

STATE APPROPRIATIONS 22.4%

TUITIONANDFEES 75.3%

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FERRISSTATEUNIVERSITY EXPENDITURESUMMARY (AMOUNTSINTHOUSANDS) AMOUNT

PERCENT

SALARY/WAGE/BENEFIT OPERATINGEXPENSE STUDENTASSISTANCE

$128,475 $39,085 $16,950

69.6% 21.2% 9.2%

TOTAL

$184 510 $184,510

100%

STUDENT ASSISTANCE 9.2%

OPERATING OPERATING EXPENSE 21.2%

SALARY/WAGE/ BENEFIT 70.4%

Source:OfficeofBudgetaryPlanning&Analysis,GeneralFundOperatingBudgetFY‐11/12

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FACILITIES

FACILITIES

STATEMENTOFFACILITIESATTHEBIGRAPIDSCAMPUS GENERALFUNDEDFACILITIES #OFBUILDINGS 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.67 1.00 1.00 1.00 3.00 1.00 0.50 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 37.17

BUILDING ALUMNIBUILDING ARTS/SCIENCECOMMONS AUTOMOTIVECENTER BISHOPHALL BUSINESSBUILDING CARRILONTOWER CREATIVEARTS DEPARTMENTOFPUBLICSAFETY ELASTOMER/PLASTICSCENTER EWIGLEBENSPORTSCOMPLEX FLITELIBRARY GENERALSERVICESANNEX GENERALSERVICESBUILDING GENERALSERVICESGROUNDS GRANGERCENTER(CTC) HEALTHCENTER(50%) HEAVYEQUIPMENTTECHNOLOGY INSTRUCTIONALRESOURCECENTER JOHNSONHALL MCKESSYBARN MCKESSYHOUSE MICHIGANCOLLEGEOFOPTOMETRY MUSICCENTER NORTHSTORAGEFACILITY PHARMACYBUILDING POWERPLANT PRAKKENBUILDING SCIENCEBUILDING STARRBUILDING STUDENTRECREATIONCENTER SWANBUILDING TIMMECRTFORSTUDENTSERVICES TOPTAGGARTWHEELERPAVILION VFSALLIEDHEALTHBUILDING WESTBUILDING WESTCOMMONS TOTALGENERALFUNDED

SQUAREFEET 34,600 79,259 77,000 50,900 90,600 100 7,200 400 43,392 76,600 173,484 15,282 28,571 7,232 75,298 9,200 52,000 61,425 33,600 2,000 2,800 86,104 10,000 10,711 62,200 19,900 42,100 109,148 86,400 116,051 133,680 59,179 10,593 67,400 23,700 19,800

CUBICFEET 510,000 1,054,984 1,235,400 480,600 700,000 4,900 93,900 3,200 510,555 1,280,806 2,081,800 320,922 518,885 80,856 1,358,200 91,250 1,188,000 683,800 328,600 36,000 23,000 11,193,520 137,900 152,900 1,214,300 421,900 503,900 1,697,000 1,607,200 2,397,416 1,706,200 752,227 152,000 1,493,800 292,500 269,300

1,777,909

36,577,721

CONSTRUCTED ORIMPROVED 1929 1996‐99 1956‐88 1968‐87 1970 1968 1965 1959‐83‐99‐03 1987‐99 1974‐82‐99 2001 2005 1984‐88‐05 1979‐06 1962‐03 1959‐67 1987 1969‐2008 1959 1989 1989‐97 2010 1962 2001 1972 1955‐88 1952 1955‐67‐97‐99 1962‐96 1962‐99 1966‐88‐2004 1967‐02 2001 1979 1952‐85 1968

Source:PlantOperationalServices(9/9/11)

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FACILITIES

STATEMENTOFFACILITIESATTHEBIGRAPIDSCAMPUS NON‐GENERALFUNDEDFACILITIES #OFBUILDINGS 2.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 3.00 1.00 2.00 3.00 1.00 0.50 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.33 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 4.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 32.00 1.00 1.00

BUILDING BONDHALL BROPHYHALL CARLISLEHALL CLARKHALL CONFERENCECENTER COPYCENTERPERRYSTREET CORPORATE&PROFDEVELOPCTR CRAMERHALL EASTCAMPUSAPTS.BLDGH&K EASTCAMPUSSUITESBLDG1,2,3 HALLISYHALL HEALTHCENTER(50%) HELENFERRISHALL HENDERSONHALL HOLIDAYINNHOTEL ICEARENA KATKEGOLFCARTSTORAGE KATKEGOLFCLUBHOUSE KATKEGOLFMAINTENANCEBLD. KNOLLCRESTCOMMONS MASSELINKCOMPLEX MCNERNEYHALL MERRILLHALL MILLERHALL PICKELLHALL PUTERBAUGHHALL RACQUETBALLFACILITY RANKINCENTER SOUTHCAMPUSAPTS. SOUTHCOMMONSROCK SOUTHWESTCOMMONS SOUTHWESTPOWERPLANT TAGGARTHALL TRAVISHALL VANDERCOOKHALL WARDHALL WESTCAMPUSAPTS. WESTCAMPUSCOMMUNITYBLDG. WOMEN'SSOFTBALLFACILITY

SQUAREFEET 90,500 47,000 47,200 41,500 25,238 2,070 16,836 91,700 16,138 107,910 44,700 9,200 44,300 44,900 72,789 69,460 2,800 5,700 3,200 11,094 104,700 47,000 51,700 47,382 50,400 46,400 50,884 109,100 42,560 34,020 19,500 2,200 47,800 51,700 41,500 41,320 242,870 5,785 1,008

CUBICFEET 820,400 482,750 423,000 360,900 380,000 30,015 192,612 824,700 141,377 971,190 406,000 91,250 383,000 405,500 582,000 980,570 27,600 57,000 44,800 292,860 942,300 482,750 515,050 444,245 468,600 436,400 1,244,000 1,385,900 373,120 418,937 253,600 33,200 450,600 515,050 386,350 407,260 5,100,270 52,000 25,200

77.83

TOTALNON‐GENERALFUNDED

1,832,064

21,832,356

115.00

GRANDTOTAL

3,609,973

58,410,077

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CONSTRUCTED ORIMPROVED 1966 1962 1957 1960 1990 2006 1985‐87 1969 1955‐2010 2010 1958 1959‐67 1956 1965 1990 1974‐99 1984 2000 1974 1961 1955‐58 1962 1961 1963 1964 1965 1980‐87‐01 1958‐87 1958‐2009 1963‐64‐94‐09 1965‐86 1964 1964 1961 1957‐98 1963 1995 1996 2001

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Allied Health (Victor F. Spathelf Center).....................E5 Alumni Building............................................................B2 Arts & Sciences Commons..........................................C3 (College of Arts and Sciences) Automotive Center.......................................................B2 (College of Engineering Technology) Birkham Health Center.................................................E3 Bishop Hall....................................................................F6 (College of Education/Tot’s Place) Bituminous Lab.............................................................A2 Bond Hall (North and South)........................................F5 Bookstore (Rankin Center)...........................................D3 Brophy Hall...................................................................G3 Business Building..........................................................F4 (College of Business) Carlisle Hall...................................................................C2 Clark Hall.......................................................................D3 Copy Center..................................................................D4 Corporate and Professional Development Center....A1 Cramer Hall....................................................................F6 Creative Arts Center.....................................................G5 East Campus Apartments............................................E2 East Campus Suites......................................................E1 Ewigleben Sports Complex.........................................H5 FLITE Library.................................................................D4 General Services Annex.................................................I4 General Services Building............................................H4 Granger Center for Construction and HVAC.............B3 Hallisy Hall.....................................................................E4 Heavy Equipment Center ...........................................H5 (College of Engineering Technology) Helen Ferris Hall...........................................................D3 Henderson Hall............................................................G4 Holiday Inn Conference Center...................................D9 Institute for Construction Education and Training.....A1

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CEDAR STREET

PERRY STREET

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Interdisciplinary Resource Center (IRC).......................F4 Johnson Hall.................................................................D2 Katke Golf Course.........................................................E9 Knollcrest Commons....................................................G3 (Professional Golf Management) Masselink Hall (East and West)....................................C2 McKessy House............................................................C4 McNerney Hall..............................................................H3 Merril Hall......................................................................H3 Michigan College of Optometry..................................E4 (College of Optometry) Miller Hall......................................................................G4 Music Activities Center................................................D3 National Elastomer Center..........................................D2 (College of Engineering Technology) North Storage...............................................................C4 Pharmacy Building........................................................F5 (College of Pharmacy) Pickell Hall.....................................................................G3 Power Plant...................................................................C3 Prakken Building...........................................................B2 Public Safety (West Commons)....................................F6 Puterbaugh Hall............................................................F4 Quiznos (Rankin Center)..............................................D3 Racquet Facility & Fitness Center................................J3 Rankin Student Center.................................................D3 (FSU Bookstore/Dome Room) Residential Life Office (Rankin Center).......................D3 Rock Cafe (South Commons)......................................G3 Science Building...........................................................C3 (College of Arts & Sciences) Science Chiller Complex..............................................C4 South Campus Apartments..........................................F2 South Storage.................................................................I3 Southwest Commons ..................................................F5 Southwest Heating Plant.............................................G5 Starbucks Coffee (IRC)..................................................F4 Starr Educational Center..............................................D4 (College of Arts & Sciences/Jim Crow Museum) Student Recreational Center........................................E2 (Field House/Swimming Pool) Swan Technical Arts Building......................................D2 (College of Engineering Technology) Taggart Hall...................................................................F4 Timme Center for Student Services............................E4 (Admissions, Business Office) (Financial Aid Office, President’s Office) Top Taggart Field..........................................................E3 Travis Hall .....................................................................H3 Vandercook Hall...........................................................D4 Ward Hall......................................................................G4 West Building...............................................................B2 West Campus Apartments...........................................F7 West Campus Community Center...............................F7 West Commons.............................................................F6 Westview Dining (Rankin Center)................................D3 Wheeler Pavilion.............................................................E3 Williams Auditorium.....................................................C4

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Lot 51.............A1 Lot 52.............A1 Lot 53............G3 Lot 56.............F6 Lot 58.............H5 Lot 59.............H5 Lot 63.............E3 Lot 71.............C3

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49

KATKE CLUB HOUSE

ALUMNI BUILDING

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