The University of Texas System Briefing BookThe University of Texas SystemBoard of RegentsAccountability andPerformance Report2004-2005The University of Texas at Arlington z The University of Texas at Austin z The University of Texas at Brownsville z The University of Texas at Dallas zThe University of Texas at El Paso z The University of Texas - Pan American z The University of Texas of the Permian Basin z The University of Texasat San Antonio z The University of Texas at Tyler z The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas z The University of Texas MedicalBranch at Galveston z The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio z The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston z TheUniversity of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center z The University of Texas Health Center at Tyler z The University of Texas System Administration
Index of Performance MeasuresU. T. Academic InstitutionsPageStudent Access and SuccessSection IUndergraduate Participation and SuccessNumber and percent increase of first-time, full-time degree-seeking undergraduates, disaggregated by ethnicity and genderEthnic composition of first-time, full-time undergraduates compared with composition of high school graduates in stateAverage ACT/SAT scores of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking undergraduatesNumber and percent of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking undergraduates from top 10% of their high school class, by ethnicityNumber of undergraduate students enrolled on 12th class day, by ethnicity, gender, and ageNumber of first-time, part-time undergrads; % first-time, part-time degree-seeking undergrads; % part-time undergradsTotal financial aid disaggregated by sourceTotal financial aid and net tuition and feesPercent TEXAS grant funds allocatedNumber of financial aid awards to undergraduate students, and amount awardedTuition, required fees, and scholarship aidFirst-year persistence rate for first-time, full-time degree-seeking undergraduates enrolled at this University, by ethnicity, genderFour-, five-, and six-year graduation rates from this University of first-time, full-time undergraduatesSix-year persistence rates of undergraduates enrolled at this University, by ethnicity and genderFour-year graduation rate from this University of transfer/community college studentsSix-year composite graduation and persistence rates from this or another Texas public university, by ethnicity and genderNumber of baccalaureate degrees awarded, by ethnicity and genderCertification exam pass rates of teacher education baccalaureate graduates, by ethnicity and genderLicensure exam pass rates of nursing graduatesLicensure exam pass rates of engineering graduatesCertification exam pass rates of accounting graduatesStudent outcomes: satisfaction with advisingStudent outcomes: evaluation of overall educational experienceStudent outcomes: likelihood of attending same institution 748Graduate and Professional StudentsAverage entrance examination scores: GRE, LSAT, GMATNumber of graduate and professional students enrolled on the 12th class day, by ethnicity and genderNumber of degrees awarded by level (masters, professional, doctoral), disaggregated by gender and ethnicityGraduate/professional student certification/licensure exam pass rates for lawGraduate/professional student certification/licensure exam pass rates for pharmacyGraduate and professional degrees in high priority fieldsGraduate education degrees conferredNumber of graduate and professional programs, by level4950535858596061iii
U. T. Academic Institutions, continuedPageTeaching, Research, and Health Care ExcellenceSection IIDollar amount of research expenditures, by funding source (federal, state, private, local)Sponsored revenue, by funding sourceState appropriations for research as a percent of research expendituresNumber and percent of FTE tenure/tenure-track faculty holding extramural grantsRatio of research expenditures to FTE tenure/tenure-track facultyTotal number of endowed professorships and chairs, number filled, and percent of total tenure/tenure-track facultyFaculty awardsNumber of new invention disclosuresNumber of patents issuedNumber of licenses and options executedNumber of new public start-up companiesGross revenue from intellectual propertyNumber of faculty and staff, by ethnicity and genderFTE student/FTE faculty ratioPercent lower division semester credit hours taught by tenure/tenure-track facultyPercent lower division semester credit hours taught by professional facultyNumber of postdoctoral fellowsExamples of high-priority externally funded research collaborationsExamples of high-priority educational collaborationsFaculty salaries and trendsService to and Collaborations with ction IIIContributions to K-12 education, and high-priority collaborations with schools and community collegesExamples of economic impact (periodic studies), and economic impact of capital expendituresExamples of high-priority collaborations with business, industry, health, public, and community organizationsHistorically Underutilized Business trendsSources of donor support (alumni, individuals, foundations, corporations, other)Organizational Efficiency and Productivity28111720Section IVKey operating revenue sources, disaggregated by source (i.e., state appropriations, tuition, etc.)Key operating expenses, disaggregated by purposeAdjusted total revenue (tuition, fees, state appropriations) per FTE student and per FTE facultyAppropriated funds per FTE student and per FTE facultyTotal dollar amount of endowment, and ratio per FTE student and per FTE facultyAmount expended for administrative costs as a percent of expendituresAssignable space per FTE studentSpace utilization rate of classroomsRatio of research expenditures to research E&G sq. ft.Energy UseConstruction projects—total projected cost, number of projects, number of square feet to be addedFacility condition indexSmall class trends77911121415151617181919iv
U. T. Health-Related InstitutionsPageStudent Access and SuccessSection INumber of undergrad, grad, and professional students enrolled by school on the 12th class day, by ethnicity, gender, and levelLicensure/certification rate of allied health studentsNational board exam first-time pass rate for dental studentsNational board exam first-time pass rate for medical studentsNational licensure exam pass rates of graduate level nursing students (R.N., and advance practice nursing)Number of degrees awarded, by school, level, ethnicity, and genderGraduation rates of medical, dental, nursing, allied health, public health, and informatics studentsMedical student satisfactionTeaching, Research, and Health Care Excellence6370707070717580Section IIDollar amount of research expenditures, disaggregated by funding sourceSponsored revenue, by funding sourceAmount of research expenditures as a percent of formula-derived general appropriations revenueNumber and percent of FTE tenure/tenure-track & FTE non-tenure-track research faculty holding extramural grantsRatio of research expenditures to FTE facultyTotal number of endowed professorships and chairs, number filled, and percent of total tenure/tenure-track facultyFaculty awardsNumber of new invention disclosuresNumber of patents issuedNumber of licenses and options executedNumber of new public start-up companiesGross revenue from intellectual propertyNumber of faculty and staff, by ethnicity, and genderFTE student/FTE faculty ratioNumber of Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education-accredited resident programsNumber of residents in ACGME-accredited programsState-owned and affiliated hospital admissions by U. T. institution facultyState-owned and affiliated hospital days by U. T. institution facultyClinic visits in state-owned and affiliated facilities treated by U. T. institution facultyTotal charges for un-sponsored charity care by faculty in state-owned and affiliated facilitiesPatient satisfaction ratingsExamples of high-priority externally funded research collaborationsExamples of high-priority educational collaborationsService to and Collaborations with 0515356Section IIIExamples of high-priority collaborations with schoolsExamples of economic impact (periodic studies), and economic impact of capital expendituresExamples of high-prioirty collaborations with business, health, industry, public, and community organizationsHistorically Underutilized Business trendsSources of donor support (alumni, individuals, foundations, corporations, other)Organizational Efficiency and Productivity48111720Section IVKey operating revenue sources, disaggregated by source (i.e. state appropriations, tuition, etc.)Key operating expenses disaggregated by purposeRatio of admissions, charity care, hospital days, and clinic visits to General Revenue for state-owned hospital/clinic operationsTotal dollar amount of endowment, and ratio per FTE student and per FTE facultyAmount expended for administrative costs as a percent of expendituresClinical billings and collections per FTE clinical facultyRatio of research expenditures to research E&G sq. ft.Energy UseFacility condition indexConstruction projects—total projected cost, number of projects, # sq. ft. to be added24242627282930303132v
U. T. SystemPageSystem PerformanceTotal enrollments, percent increase over previous yearComparison of total U. T. System enrollment increases with increases for all senior institutions in TexasNumber of total graduates as a percent of total graduates in statePercent of U. T. Hispanic graduates as % of all Hispanic graduates in statePercent of U. T. Black graduates as % of all Black graduates in stateHispanic Serving Institutions in SystemTotal sponsored expensesTotal technology development (inventions, patents, license agreements, public start-ups, intellectual property income)Total operating revenue by fund sourcesTotal operating expenditures by purposeTotal expenses for U. T. System AdministrationNumber and demographics of System employees (compare with State demographics)U. T. System bond ratingTotal patient care revenueEnergy useInstitutional ProfilesNational rankings (institutions, programs)Faculty awards (subfields, regional)Peer ComparisonsUTAUT MDACCHC-TCenters of ExcellenceUTAUT -4IV-5IV-26IV-30Section 81889299104113117122125vi
Tables and FiguresTablesI-1Section ITotal U.T. System Enrollment, Fall 2003 and Preliminary Fall 2004 Compared with 2005 Closing theGaps TargetPage4I-2Student Ethnicity at The University of Texas System, Fall 2003 Enrollments Compared with 20005I-3Progress Toward Degrees6I-4Progress Toward High-Priority Undergraduate Degrees, U. T. System Institutions7I-5Undergraduate Degrees and Certificates Awarded to Black and Hispanic Students by U. T.Institutions, 99-00 and 02-038I-6Enrollment of First-Time, Full-Time Degree-Seeking Undergraduates, U. T. Academic Institutions13I-7First-Time, Full-Time Degree-Seeking Undergraduates, Percent Female at U. T. Academic Institutions13I-8First-Time, Full-Time Degree-Seeking Undergraduates, by Percent Ethnicity, U. T. AcademicInstitutions14I-9Texas High School Graduates by Ethnicity, 2002-2003 Academic Year15I-10Average ACT/SAT Scores of First-Time, Full-Time Degree-Seeking Undergraduates — U. T. AcademicInstitutions16I-11Number of Top 10 Percent High School Graduates Who Applied, Were Admitted, and Enrolled atU. T. Academic Institutions17I-12Percent of First-Time Undergraduates at U. T. Academic Institutions Who Were in the Top TenPercent of Their High School Graduating Class, by Ethnicity18I-13Total Fall Undergraduate Headcount — U. T. Academic Institutions19I-14Undergraduate Gender Composition: Percent of Females at U. T. Academic Institutions20I-15Average Undergraduate Age at U. T. Academic Institutions20I-16Part-time Undergraduates, Percent of Total at U. T. Academic Institutions23I-17Part-Time, First-Time Degree-Seeking Undergraduates, Percent of Total — U. T. AcademicInstitutions24I-18Non-Loan Financial Aid Awards and Total Tuition and Fees, U. T. Academic Institutions, FY 2002-0326I-19Texas Grants Awarded as % of Allocation, U. T. Academic Institutions, FY 2003-200426I-20Undergraduate Financial Aid Awards and Recipients at U. T. Academic Institutions, 2002-0327I-21Undergraduate Tuition, Required Fees, and Scholarship Aid at U. T. Academic Institutions, 2003200428I-22First Year Persistence Rates for First-Time, Full-Time Degree-Seeking Undergraduates at U. T.Academic Institutions29I-23First-Year Persistence Rates for First-Time, Full-Time Degree-Seeking Undergraduates by Gender atU. T. Academic Institutions30I-24First-Year Persistence Rates of First-Time Degree-Seeking Undergraduates by Ethnicity, U. T.Academic Institutions31I-25Undergraduates Graduating in Four Years or Less from Same U. T. Academic Institution, Total32I-26Undergraduates Graduating in Five Years or Less from the Same U. T. Academic Institution, Total32I-27Undergraduates Graduating in Six Years or Less from the Same U. T. Academic Institution, Total33I-28Six-Year Graduation Rate from Same U. T. Academic Institution, by Ethnicity35I-29Four-Year Graduation Rates from U. T. Academic Institutions of Undergraduate Transfer Students36I-30Six-Year Composite Graduation and Persistence Rates, Students Enrolled at U. T. AcademicInstitutions in 1995, 1996, 199737I-31Six-Year Composite Graduation and Persistence Rates by Gender at U. T. Academic Institutions38I-32Six-Year Composite Graduation and Persistence Rates by Ethnicity at U. T. Academic Institutions39I-33Baccalaureate Degrees Awarded by U. T. Academic Institutions40I-34Undergraduate Degrees Conferred by Percent Female at U. T. Academic Institutions40I-35Baccalaureate Degree Recipients by Percent Ethnic Composition at U. T. Academic Institutions41I-36Teacher Certification Initial Pass Rates by Ethnicity at U. T. Academic Institutions43I-37Teacher Certification Initial Pass Rates by Gender at U. T. Academic Institutions, 2000-200344I-38Licensure Exam Initial Pass Rates for Nursing, Engineering, and Accounting, BaccalaureateGraduates at U. T. Academic Institutions45vii
Tables and FiguresTables (continued)Section IPageI-39Academic Advising 2003 — U. T. System Academic InstitutionsI-40Academic Advising 2004 — U. T. System Academic Institutions4646I-41Educational Experience 200347I-42Educational Experience 200447I-43Would You Attend the Same Institution Again? 200348I-44Would You Attend the Same Institution Again? 200448I-45Average GRE, LSAT, and GMAT Scores of Entering Graduate Students at U. T. Academic Institutions49I-46Graduate and Professional Headcount — U. T. Academic Institutions50I-47Graduate and Professional Students — Percent Female at U. T. Academic Institutions50I-48Ethnic Composition of Graduate and Professional Students, U. T. Academic Institutions,1999 and 200352I-49Graduate and First Professional Degrees Conferred by Level at U. T. Academic Institutions53I-50Graduate and First Professional Degrees Conferred, Percent Female at U. T. Academic Institutions54I-51Graduate and First Professional Degrees Conferred by Ethnicity, Percent of Total Enrollments — U. T.Academic Institutions, 1999 and 200357I-52Licensure Exam Pass Rates of Law and Pharmacy U. T. Austin Graduates58I-53Graduate and Professional Degrees Conferred in High Priority Fields by U. T. Academic Institutions59I-54Graduate Education Degrees Conferred by U. T. Academic Institutions, 1999-200360I-55Number of Graduate and Professional Programs by Level at U. T. System Academic Institutions61I-56Total Undergraduate Enrollment at U. T. Health-Related Institutions, by School63I-57Undergraduate Enrollment at U. T. Health-Related Institutions, by School, Percent Female64I-58Undergraduate Headcount by School, Percent Ethnicity at U. T. Health-Related Institutions,1999 and 200364I-59Graduate and Professional Headcount at U. T. Health-Related Institutions66I-60Graduate and Professional Headcount at U. T. Health-Related Institutions by School Percent Female66I-61Graduate and Professional Student Headcount by Type of Degree and by School, U. T. HealthRelated Institutions, 1999-200367I-62Graduate and Professional Students at U. T. Health-Related Institutions by School, Fall 1999 and Fall2003, Ethnic Composition68I-63Average Licensure Exam Pass Rates of Allied Health, Dentistry, Medicine, and Nursing Graduates —U. T. Health-Related Institutions70I-64Total Degrees and Certificates Conferred to Undergraduates at U. T. Health-Related Institutions71I-65Total Certificates and Degrees Conferred, Percent Female, U. T. Health-Related Institutions71I-66Undergraduate Certificates and Degrees Conferred at U. T. Health-Related Institutions by School,1998-99 and 2002-03, Ethnic Composition72I-67Total Graduate and Professional Certificates and Degrees Awarded at U. T. Health-RelatedInstitutions, 1999-200374I-68Total Graduate and Professional Certificates and Degrees Awarded at U. T. Health-RelatedInstitutions, Percent Female75I-69Graduate and Professional Certificates and Degrees Awarded at U. T. Health-Related Institutions, byLevel and School76I-70Graduate and Professional Certificates and Degrees Awarded at U. T. Health-Related Institutions,1998-99 and 2002-03, Ethnic Composition77I-71U. T. Health-Related Institution Master’s and Doctoral Graduation Rates79I-72Medical Student Satisfaction80viii
Tables and FiguresFiguresSection IPageI-1Preliminary Fall 2004 Enrollments and 2005 Closing the Gaps Targets, Academic Institutions4I-2Fall 2004 Enrollments and 2005 Closing the Gaps Targets, Health-Related Institutions4I-3First-Time, Full-Time Degree-Seeking Undergraduates at U. T. Academic Institutions,% Ethnicity 200215I-4First-Time Students from Top 10% of High School Class Entering U. T. Academic Institutions,1999-200317I-5Undergraduate Enrollment at U. T. Academic Institutions, 1999-200319I-6% Non-white Undergraduates at U. T. Academic Institutions, Fall 1999 and 200321I-7Ethnic Composition of Undergraduates as a Percent of Total Undergraduate Population Fall 2003 atU. T. Academic Institutions22I-8Percentage of Part-Time Undergraduates at U. T. Academic Institutions, 1999-200323I-9Scholarships and Aid by Source, 2003-200425I-10Sources of Financial Aid by Type, 2003-200425I-11First-Year Persistence Rates at U. T. Academic Institutions, Students Entering 1998, 2000, and 200229I-12Six-Year Graduation Rates of Undergraduates from the Same Institution — U.T. AcademicInstitutions, Total34I-13Six-Year Graduation Rates from Same Institution by Gender Students Enrolled Fall — U. T.Academic Institutions, 199734I-14Six-Year Composite Graduation and Persistence Rates by U. T. Academic Institution38I-15Ethnic Composition of U. T. Academic Institution Undergraduate Degree Recipients, 200342I-161st Year Evaluation of Academic Advising, 2003 and 200446I-17Senior Evaluation of Academic Advising, 2003 and 200446I-181st Yr Student Experience “Excellent” or “Good”47I-19Senior Experience “Excellent or “Good”47I-201st Yr Would Attend Again48I-21Senior Would Attend Again48I-22Graduate and Professional Student Ethnicity, % of Total Graduate Population, U. T. AcademicInstitutions, Fall 200351I-23Percent of Graduate and First Professional Degrees Conferred to Non-Whites by U. T. AcademicInstitutions, 1999-200355I-24Ethnic Composition of Recipients of U. T. Academic Institution Graduate and First ProfessionalDegrees 200355I-25U. T. Health-Related Institution Undergraduate Enrollment, by Ethnicity Fall 200365I-26Graduate and Professional Enrollment by Ethnic Composition, U. T. Health-Related Institutions 200369I-27U. T. Health-Related Institutions Undergraduate Certificates and Baccalaureate Degrees Awarded in2003 by Ethnicity73I-28U. T. Health-Related Institutions Graduate/Professional Certificates and Degrees Awarded in 2003,Ethnic Composition78ix
Tables and FiguresTablesSection IIPageII-1Total U. T. System Research and Research-Related Expenses 2000-2004II-2Top Texas Public Institutions in Research and Research-Related Expenditures, FY 200335II-3Research Expenditures by Source, 2004, U. T. Academic Institutions5II-4Sponsored Revenue — U. T. Academic Institutions, FY 2000-20046II-5Sponsored Revenue — U. T. Academic Institutions, by Source, FY 20047II-6Federal Research Expenditures by U. T. Academic Institutions8II-7Appropriated Research Funds as a Percentage of Research Expenditures, U. T. Academic InstitutionsII-8Faculty Holding Extramural Grants — U. T. Academic Institutions108II-9Research Expenditures per FTE Tenure/Tenure Track Faculty – U. T. Academic Institutions, FY 2000200411II-10Endowed Faculty Positions — U. T. Academic Institutions13II-11Cumulative Honors — U. T. Academic Institutions15II-12Faculty Awards Received in 2003-2004 — U. T. Academic Institutions15II-13Aggregate U. T. System Technology Transfer, 2001-200316II-14Patents Issued by U. S. Patent and Trademark Office, Top-Ranked Universities, 2002 and 200316II-15U. T. Academic Institution Technology Transfer Trends17II-16Tenured/Tenure-Track Faculty Headcount: Professors, Associate Professors, Assistant Professors,Instructors18II-17Headcount: All Instructional Staff18II-18Classified, Administrative/Professional and Student Employee Headcount, U. T. Academic Institutions19II-19FTE Student/FTE Faculty Ratio — U. T. Academic Institutions21II-20Faculty Teaching Lower Division Semester Credit Hours — U. T. Academic Institutions22II-21Postdoctoral Fellows — U. T. Academic Institutions23II-22Examples of Research Collaborations — U. T. Academic Institutions24II-23Examples of Educational Collaborations — U. T. Academic Institutions28II-24Average Budgeted Salaries of Instructional Faculty by Rank, U. T. Academic Institutions32II-25Average Faculty Salaries in Public Universities, Texas and the 10 Most Populous States, FY 200433II-26U. T. Academic Institutions Average Tenure/Tenure-Track Faculty Salaries33II-27Total U. T. Health-Related Institution Research and Research-Related Expenses, 2000-200435II-28Research Expenditures by Source 2004, U. T. Health-Related Institutions35II-29Sponsored Revenue — U. T. Health-Related Institutions, FY 2000-200436II-30Sponsored Revenue — U. T. Health-Related Institutions by Source, FY 200437II-31Federal Research Expenditures by U. T. Health-Related Institutions37II-32Research Expenditures as a Percentage of Formula-Derived General Appropriations Revenue — U. T.Health-Related Institutions38II-33Faculty Holding Extramural Grants (All Sources and Types) — U. T. Health-Related Institutions40II-34Research Expenditures per FTE Faculty — U. T. Health-Related Institutions, FY 2002-200441II-35Endowed Faculty Positions — U. T. Health-Related Institutions42II-36Cumulative Honors — U. T. Health-Related Institutions43II-37Faculty Awards Received 2003-2004 — U. T. Health-Related Institutions43II-38U. T. Health-Related Institution Technology Transfer Trends44II-39Tenure, Tenure-Track, and Clinical Faculty Headcount: Professors, Associate Professors, AssistantProfessors, Instructors45II-40Faculty Headcount: All Instructional Ranks45II-41Classified, Administrative/Professional and Student Employee Headcount, U. T. Health-RelatedInstitutions46II-42FTE Student/FTE Faculty Ratio, U. T. Health-Related Institutions48II-43Accredited Resident Programs and Residents at U. T. Health-Related Institutions49II-44State-Owned Hospital Admissions by U. T. Health-Related Institution Faculty49II-45State-Owned and Affiliated Hospital Days by U. T. Health-Related Institution Faculty50II-46Clinic Visits in State-Owned and Affiliated Facilities Treated by U. T. Health-Related InstitutionFaculty50x
Tables and FiguresTables (continued)II-47Section IITotal Charges for Un-Sponsored Charity Care by Faculty in State-Owned and Affiliated Facilities —U. T. Health-Related InstitutionsPage50II-48Patient Satisfaction Ratings from U. T. Health-Related Institutions 2003-200452II-49Examples of Externally Funded Research Collaborations — U. T. Health-Related Institutions53II-50Examples of Educational Collaborations — U. T. Health-Related Institutions56FiguresII-1Total Research Expenditures by U. T. System Institutions 2000-2004II-2National Ranking, Total R&D Expenditures, All Public and Private Universities, FY 1998-200234II-3Sources of Research Support 20046II-4Increase in Federal Research Expenditures by U. T. Academic Institutions 2000-20047II-5% Faculty Holding Extramural Grants 2000-2004, U. T. Academic Institutions9II-6U. T. Academic Institutions — Research Expenditures per FTE Tenure/Tenure Track Faculty, FY2000-200412II-7Endowed Positions as % of All Budgeted Tenure/Tenure-Track Positions — U. T. AcademicInstitutions, 2000-200414II-8U. T. Academic Tenure/Tenure-Track Faculty Ethnicity — % Non-White, 1999 and 200318II-9U. T. Academic All Instructional Staff Ranks Ethnicity % Non-White 1999 and 200318II-10U. T. Tenured/Tenure-Track Female Faculty as Percent of Total 1999-200318II-11U. T. Academic All Instructional Staff Ranks — Females as Percent of Total, 1999 and 200318II-12U. T. Academic Institutions Classified Staff Ethnicity AY 2004-0520II-13U. T. Academic Institutions Administrative and Professional Staff Ethnicity AY 2004-0520II-14U. T. Academic Institutions — % Female Employees AY 2004-0520II-15Health-Related Institutions Sources of Research Support, FY 200436II-16Total Federal Research Expenditures — U. T. Health-Related Institutions, 2000-200438II-17U. T. Health-Related Institutions — Endowed Positions as % of Budgeted Tenure/Tenure-TrackPositions42II-18U. T. Health-Related Faculty Ethnicity — % Non-White, 1999 and 200245II-19All U. T. Health-Related Teaching Ranks Ethnicity — % Non-White 1999 and 200245II-20U. T. Health Female Faculty as % of Total 1999 and 200245II-21All U. T. Health Teaching Ranks — Females as % of Total, 1999-200245II-22U. T. Health-Related Institutions — Administrative and Professional Staff Ethnicity, AY 2004-0547II-23U. T. Health-Related Institutions — Classified Staff Ethnicity, AY 2004-0547II-24U. T. Health-Related Institutions — % Female Employees, AY 2004-0547xi
Tables and FiguresTablesSection IIIIII-1Number of Initially Certified Teachers Produced by U. T. System Institutions, U. T. System, and theState of TexasPage3III-2Employment Rates for Cohorts of Initially Certified Teachers (1995 through 2004)3III-3Examples of K-16 Collaborations — U. T. Academic InstitutionsIII-4Estimated, Aggregated Economic Impact of U. T. system Institution Capital Expenditures for FirstTen Years of OperationIII-5Economic Impact of U. T. Academic and Health-Related Institutions, Examples from Recent Studies10III-6Examples of Collaborations with Business, Nonprofit, and Community Organizations, U. T. AcademicInstitutions11III-7System-wide HUB Trends by Category17III-8HUB Trends — U. T. Academic Institutions18III-9U. T. Academic Institutions Among Top 50 State HUB Spending Agencies, FY 200419410III-10U. T. Academic Institutions Among Top 25 State HUB Spending Agencies of Over 5 Million FY 200419III-11Summary of Giving Trends: Sources of Donor Support20III-12Total Voluntary Support/Highest 20/FY200321III-13Sources of Donor Support by U. T. Academic Institution22III-14Examples of K-16 Collaborations — U. T. Health-Related Institutions25III-15Examples of Collaborations with Business, Nonprofit, and Community Organizations, U. T. HealthRelated Institutions28III-16HUB Trends, U. T. Health-Related Institutions, Total HUB Purchases31III-17U. T. Health-Related Institutions Among Top 50 State Spending Agencies FY 200431III-18Sources of Donor Support by U. T. Health-Related Institution32FiguresIII-1Number of Initially Certified Teachers from The University of Texas System Institutions and AllTexas Educator Preparation Institutions (1993-2003)2III-2U. T. System HUB Expenditures by Category, FY 2000-2004III-3Sources of Donor Support U. T. System, FY 20041721III-4Alumni Support Trends at U. T. Academic Institutions, 2000-200423III-5U. T. Austin Alumni Support 2000-200423III-6Alumni Support Trends at U. T. Health-Related Institutions, 2000-200433xii
Tables and FiguresTablesSection IVPageIV-1Key Revenues and Expenses — U. T. SystemIV-2Total Expenses for U. T. System Administration Operations34IV-3U. T. System Administration Staff Demographic Composition, FY 2003-20044IV-4U. T. System Bond Rating 2003 and 20045IV-5Key Revenues and Expenses — U.T. Academic Institutions6IV-6Key Revenues and Expenses by Source and Purpose — U. T. Academic Institutions7IV-7Adjusted Revenue per FTE Student, U. T. Academic Institutions9IV-8Adjusted Revenue per FTE Faculty, U. T. Academic Institutions9IV-9Appropriated Funds per FTE Student — U. T. Academic InstitutionsIV-10Appropriated Funds per FTE Faculty — U. T. Academic Institutions11IV-11U. T. System Endowments12IV-12Amount Expended for Administrative Costs as a Percent of Expenses — U. T. Academic Institutions14IV-13Assignable Space per Student FY 2004 — U. T. Academic Institutions15IV-14Space Utilization of Classrooms FY 2004 — U. T. Academic Institutions15IV-15Research Space FY 2004 — U. T. Academic Institutions16IV-16Reduction in Energy Use by U. T. Academic Institutions, 1993-200317IV-17Construction Projected for FY 2005-FY 2010 — U. T. Academic Institutions18IV-18Facilities Condition Index FY 2004 — U. T. Academic Institutions19IV-18aOrganized Courses at U. T. System Academic Institutions – Number and Proportion of Small Classes,2002-200419IV-19Key Revenues and Expenses — U. T. Health-Related Institutions23IV-20Key Revenues and Expenses by Source and Purpose — U. T. Health-Related Institutions24IV-21Total U. T. System Patient Care Revenue — U. T. Health-Related Institutions26IV-22Hospital and C
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