Selected Indicators and Trends

The tables below show fall 2008 data and demographics of students, faculty, and staff, and of selected financial indicators. They also include comparison data for 2000 and 2004 that illustrate recent trends. Please note that financial indicators are not corrected for inflation [1]. Additional information is presented in the institutional snapshot and online.
[1 See Inflation Calculator.]

Student enrollment and demographics (below) show that the University has enrolled more than 40,000 students in recent years, with a growing international population (non-Permanent Resident Alien).

 

2000

2004

2008

change since 2000

Students

 

 

 

 

Total Head Count

38,103

39,533

41,028

8%

US&Permanent Resident Alien

33,720

34,900

36,038

7%

Non-Permanent Resident Alien

4,383

4,663

4,990

14%

Enrollment by Level

 

 

 

 

Undergraduate

24,412

24,828

25,994

6%

US&Permanent Resident Alien

23,354

23,600

24,626

5%

Non-Permanent Resident Alien

1,058

1,228

1,368

29%

Graduate

10,513

11,219

11,307

8%

US&Permanent Resident Alien

7,301

7,926

7,859

8%

Non-Permanent Resident Alien

3,212

3,293

3,448

7%

First Professional

3,178

3,486

3,727

17%

US&Permanent Resident Alien

3,065

3,374

3,553

16%

Non-Permanent Resident Alien

113

112

174

54%

Gender, Race/Ethnicity

 

 

 

 

Men

20,068

20,457

21,341

6%

Women

18,035

19,076

19,687

9%

African American/Black

2,621

2,699

2,359

-10%

Hispanic American

1,431

1,706

1,673

17%

Native American

216

318

283

31%

Asian American

4,124

4,717

4,726

15%

European American/White

22,174

23,124

24,111

9%

Other

3,154

2,336

2,886

-8%

Degrees Awarded

9,729

10,740

11,079

14%

Bachelor

5,595

5,923

6,258

12%

Master

2,877

3,446

3,336

16%

Intermediate

6

6

2

-67%

Doctoral

651

660

753

16%

First Professional

600

705

730

22%

Undergraduate graduation rate (5yrs); %

81

85

88

9%

Cost

 

 

 

 

Ugrad Resident Tuition & Fees (ac yr)

6,513

8,201

11,037

69%

Ugrad Non-resident Tuition & Fees (ac yr)

20,323

26,027

33,069

63%

Ugrad Resident Cost of Attendance (ac yr)

14,937

18,263

22,729

52%

Ugrad Non-resident Cost of Attendance (ac yr)

28,747

36,089

44,761

56%

Undergraduate Financial Aid (millions)

134

193

252

88%

% undergraduates receiving aid

58

66

73

15%

Source: Office of Budget and Planning

As mentioned in the introduction, the University is home to 19 schools and colleges that range in size from a few hundred students to more than 18,000, and faculty full-time equivalents (FTEs) from the teens into many hundreds. A comparison data set for schools and colleges for fall 2008 is below.

Schools and Colleges Profile
(Fall 2008)

Under-graduate

Graduate

First Professional

GenFund FTE

Degrees Granted

Architecture & Urban Planning

244

365

0

34.4

227

Art & Design

470

25

0

32.6

95

Business

1,060

1,882

0

91.9

1,159

Dentistry

101

110

442

37.7

155

Education

206

329

0

34.9

276

Engineering

5,217

2,603

0

256.1

2,163

Graduate Studies, Rackham

0

682

0

0.0

52

Information

0

391

0

21.2

127

Kinesiology

808

49

0

19.0

239

Law

0

12

1,206

32.2

429

Literature, Science & the Arts

16,309

1,977

0

722.5

4,454

Medicine

0

410

1,832

95.6

274

Music, Theatre & Dance

777

261

0

102.8

295

Natural Resources & Environment

0

283

0

19.5

96

Nursing

647

259

0

28.2

243

Pharmacy

51

88

247

21.5

78

Public Health

0

866

0

59.3

308

Public Policy

104

161

0

14.1

81

Social Work

0

554

0

35.4

328

Total

25,994

11,307

3,727

1,658.8

11,079

Source: Office of Budget and Planning

Key financial Indicators that reflect the University’s support of its mission and goals, as well as recent trends, are shown in the table below (data for 2000, 2004 and 2008). Additional details are available on the Financial Operations’ Financial Reporting site.

 

 

2000

2004

2008

change since 2000

Financial Indicators

 

 

 

 

Total Operating Budget; TOB (millions)

3,321

4,239

4,980

50%

Specific Budgeted Revenues; SBR (millions)

1,142

1,403

1,772

55%

% SBR supported by state appropriations

34

27

21

-38%

% SBR supported by tuition

47

52

54

15%

% SBR supported by gifts and investment

11

11

16

45%

% SBR supported by indirect cost recovery and other

9

11

9

0%

Total Research Expenditures; TRE (millions)

545

753

876

61%

% TRE from U-M funds

16

16

18

13%

% TRE from federal sources

69

71

70

1%

% TRE from non-federal sources

16

13

12

-25%

Net Assets (millions)

6,834

7,730

10,755

57%

Source: Financial Operations

More complete information and further breakdowns of the various data sets are available on the Office of Budget & Planning website, on the University’s College Portrait website, and posted as Snapshots of the University of Michigan under Resources.

 

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