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Snaphots of the University of Michigan

Students

2000
2004
2008
change since 2000
change since 2004
Total Head Count
38,103
39,533
41,028
8%
4%
US&Permanent Resident Alien
33,720
34,900
36,038
7%
3%
Non-Permanent Resident Alien
4,383
4,663
4,990
14%
7%
Undergraduate
24,412
24,828
25,994
6%
5%
US&Permanent Resident Alien
23,354
23,600
24,626
5%
4%
Non-Permanent Resident Alien
1,058
1,228
1,368
29%
11%
Graduate
10,513
11,219
11,307
8%
1%
US&Permanent Resident Alien
7,301
7,926
7,859
8%
-1%
Non-Permanent Resident Alien
3,212
3,293
3,448
7%
5%
First Professional
3,178
3,486
3,727
17%
7%
US&Permanent Resident Alien
3,065
3,374
3,553
16%
5%
Non-Permanent Resident Alien
113
112
174
54%
55%
Gender, Race/Ethnicity
Men
20,068
20,457
21,341
6%
4%
Women
18,035
19,076
19,687
9%
3%
African American/Black
2,621
2,699
2,359
-10%
-13%
Hispanic American
1,431
1,706
1,673
17%
-2%
Native American
216
318
283
31%
-11%
Asian American
4,124
4,717
4,726
15%
0%
European American/White
22,174
23,124
24,111
9%
4%
Other
3,154
2,336
2,886
-8%
24%
Degrees Awarded
9,729
10,740
11,079
14%
3%
Bachelor
5,595
5,923
6,258
12%
6%
Master
2,877
3,446
3,336
16%
-3%
Intermediate
6
6
2
-67%
-67%
Doctoral
651
660
753
16%
14%
First Professional
600
705
730
22%
4%
Undergraduate graduation rate (5yrs)
81%
85%
88%
9%
4%
Cost (academic year)
Ugrad Resident Tuition & Fees
6,513
8,201
11,037
69%
35%
Ugrad Non-resident Tuition & Fees
20,323
26,027
33,069
63%
27%
Ugrad Resident Cost of Attendance
14,937
18,263
22,729
52%
24%
Ugrad Non-resident Cost of Attendance
28,747
36,089
44,761
56%
24%
Undergraduate Financial Aid ($M)
134
193
252
88%
30%
Undergraduates receiving aid
58%
66%
73%
26%
9%

Faculty and Staff

2000
2004
2008
change since 2000
change since 2004
Total Head Count (incl hospitals)
30,099
34,313
38,146
27%
11%
All Faculty (incl supplemental)
5,021
5,455
6,018
20%
10%
Tenured/Tenure-track
2,710
2,787
2,838
5%
2%
Lecturer
687
620
794
16%
28%
Clinical
527
919
1,211
130%
32%
Supplemental/Primary/Non-track
1,196
1,129
1,175
-2%
4%
Gender, Race/Ethnicity
Men
3,265
3,411
3,654
12%
7%
Women
1,756
2,044
2,364
35%
16%
African American/Black
225
224
237
5%
6%
Hispanic American
149
181
202
36%
12%
Native American
17
28
27
59%
-4%
Asian American
541
739
947
75%
28%
European American/White/Other
4,089
4,283
4,605
13%
8%
           
Staff (incl hospitals)
25,078
28,858
32,128
28%
11%
Staff (excl hospitals)
16,136
17,121
17,981
11%
5%

Financial Indicators

2000
2004
2008
change since 2000
change since 2004
Total Operating Budget ($M)
3,321
4,239
4,980
50%
17%
Specific Budgeted Revenues ($M)
1,142
1,403
1,772
55%
26%
supported by state appropriations
34%
27%
21%
-38%
-22%
supported by tuition
47%
52%
54%
15%
4%
supported by gifts and investment
11%
11%
16%
45%
45%
supported by indirect cost and other
9%
11%
9%
0%
-18%
Total Research expenditures ($M)
545
753
876
61%
16%
from UM funds
16%
16%
18%
13%
13%
from federal sources
69%
71%
70%
1%
-1%
fron non-federal sources
16%
13%
12%
-25%
-8%
Net Assets ($M)
6,834
7,730
10,755
57%
39%

Schools and Colleges
Profiles
(Fall 2008)

Under
graduate
Graduate
1st Profes
Gen Fund
FTE
Degrees
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, and 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
 
 
1/10/2010

Sources:
http://sitemaker.umich.edu/obpinfo/facts___figures
Annual Reports on U–M Research & Scholarship
http://www.finops.umich.edu/reporting/annualreports
Note: italics are corrected from printed document.


International Profile

 

2000

2004

2008

change since 2000

change since 2004

International Enrollment

3,426

4,343

4,574

25.1%

5.1%

percent international of total

9.0%

11.0%

11.2%

   

 male

2320

2881

2984

22.3%

3.5%

female

1106

1462

1590

30.4%

8.1%

undergraduate

991

1151

1300

23.8%

11.5%

graduate/professional

2396

3144

3221

25.6%

2.4%

By Region

 

 

 

 

 

Asia

2,314

3,176

3,421

32.4%

7.2%

Australia/Pacific

35

52

43

18.6%

-20.9%

Europe

384

374

308

-24.7%

-21.4%

Latin America

227

226

267

15.0%

14.4%

Middle East/ N. Africa

218

230

244

10.7%

5.7%

N. America

205

235

236

13.1%

0.4%

Sub-Saharan Africa

39

50

55

29.1%

9.1%

By Citizenship (top ten)

 

 

 

 

 

PRC (incl. Hong Kong & Macau)

600

851

1,000

40.0%

14.9%

India

430

588

803

46.5%

26.8%

South Korea

472

751

775

39.1%

3.1%

Canada

194

235

236

17.8%

0.4%

Taiwan

230

261

231

0.4%

-13.0%

Malaysia

58

138

135

57.0%

-2.2%

Singapore

171

188

119

-43.7%

-58.0%

Japan

132

150

109

-21.1%

-37.6%

Indonesia

90

92

85

-5.9%

-8.2%

Turkey

92

98

72

-27.8%

-36.1%

           

Education Abroad

1,365

1,533

3,191

57.2%

52.0%

Study Abroad

995

1,103

2,055

51.6%

46.3%

male

 

 21.8%

37.8%

 

 

female

 

 48.9%

59.0%

 

 

UM

 56.8%

 65%

78.5%

 

 

non-UM

 43.2%

 31.8%

21.5%

 

 

undergraduate

 89.2%

 86.1%

79.2%

 

 

graduate/professional

 10.8%

 13.9%

20.8%

 

 

Co-curricular

370

430

1,136

67.4%

62.1%

undergraduate

 

 

51.1%

 

 

graduate/post graduate

 

 

48.9%

 

 

           

International Scholars

1301

1291

1856

29.9%

30.4%

male

71.8%

67.0%

65.6%

 

 

female

28.2%

33.0%

34.4%

 

 

International Employees

1197

1383

1512

20.8%

8.5%

male

64.3%

64.9%

64.4%

 

 

female

35.7%

35.0%

35.6%

 

 

Source: International Center (Open Doors reports); 2000=AY98/99, 2004=AY02/03, 2008=AY06/07; totals do not add to 100% in all categories because of “unknown”.
Note: The Open Doors report includes both enrolled students and those on Optional Practical Training (one year work authorization after completion of studies). For example, Open Doors 2008 indicates that U-M “hosted” 5,748 international students in fall Semester 2007, as opposed to 4,455 reported as enrolled by the Office of the Registrar.


 

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