Institutional Snapshot

The Institutional Snapshot provides an HLC Evaluation Team an overview of the scope and nature of operations at the institution being evaluated. The page below provides links and summaries to UCO's data for each item in the Institutional Snapshot.

1. Student Demography Headcounts

 A. Undergraduate Enrollments by Class Levels (Freshmen-Senior)

2011-12 Factbook p. 49   

Summer 2011 Demo Book p. 5  
Fall 2011 Demo Book p. 5  
Spring 2012 Demo Book p. 5  

B. Undergraduate Students by Degree Seeking and Non-degree Seeking Status (showing totals, with breakdowns by gender and by race/ethnicity per IPEDS report)

2011-12 IPEDS Fall Enrollment    
2011-12 IPEDS 12-Month Enrollment    

C. Graduate/Professional Students by Degree Seeking and Non-degree Seeking Status (showing totals, with breakdowns by gender and by race/ethnicity per IPEDS report)

2011-12 IPEDS Fall Enrollment    
2011-12 IPEDS 12-Month Enrollment    

D. Age Range of Undergraduate Students (24 and under; 25 and older)

2011-12 Factbook p. 55   

Summer 2011 Demo Book p. 10  
Fall 2011 Demo Book p. 10  
Spring 2012 Demo Book p. 10  

E. Numbers of Students by Residency Status of Credit-seeking Students who Come to a Campus or Site for Instruction

  • In-State Resident
  • Out-of State Resident
  • Non-US Resident

2011-12 Factbook p. 54   

Summer 2011 Demo Book p. 13  
Fall 2011 Demo Book p. 13  
Spring 2012 Demo Book p. 13  

2. Student Recruitment and Admissions

A. Number of Applications, Acceptances, and Matriculations for Each of the Following Categories of Entering Students

  • Freshman

CDS tab C      

  • Undergraduate Transfer

CDS tab D      

  • Graduate/Professional 

Summer 2011 Demo Book p. 6  
Fall 2011 Demo Book p. 6  
Spring 2012 Demo Book p. 6  

Fall 2012

Applied

Admitted

M

F

Total

M

F

Total

First-time Freshmen

2,124

2,660

4,784

1,650

2,124

3,774

First-time Transfers

1,124

1,542

2,666

891

1,264

2,155

First-time Grad Students

419

660

1079

234

420

654

 

B. If your institution requires standardized test scores as a condition of admission, what instrument(s) do you require and what is the mean score for each?

  • Name of Test(s) Mean Score of Students Accepted

CDS tab C      

2011-12 Factbook p. 58   

3. Financial Assistance for Students

A. What percentages of your undergraduate and of your graduate students applied for any type of financial assistance?

UG Students:

CDS tab H      

2011-12 IPEDS Student Financial Aid    

GR Students:

Available soon

B. How many of your undergraduate students and of your graduate/professional students received financial assistance of any type? What percentage is this of your total enrollment?

What percentages of your total enrollment received assistance in each of the following categories?

Undergrad:                                

  • Loans
  • Work-study
  • Scholarships/Grants
  • Academic Based Merit Based Scholarships

2011-12 IPEDS Student Finacial Aid    

2011-12 Factbook p. 66   

CDS tab H  

Graduate/Professional:     

  • Loans
  • Work-study
  • Scholarships/Grants
  • Academic Based Merit Based Scholarships

Available soon

C. Using the formula cited below, what was the tuition discount rate (TDR) for undergraduate and graduate student populations? If this rate cannot be separated for these two categories, so note and simply report aggregate figures.

TDR = total institutional financial aid dollars as a proportion of income that would result from all students paying full tuition.
I = Institutional Financial Aid Dollars Awarded for Tuition
P = Payments of Tuition Expected of Students and their External Aid
TDR = I/(I + P) as a percentage

TUITION WAIVERS 3.5%, NONRESIDENT TUITION WAIVERS AND RESIDENT WAIVERS EXEMPT FROM THE 3.5% LIMITATION

I

Authorized Tuition Waivers

Tuition Waivers Budgeted at 3.5%

Nonresident Tuition Waivers

Tuition waivers budgeted outside 3.5%

Total tuition waivers budgeted

FY2013

5,361,195

3,795,745

1,737,495

1,076,405

6,609,645

FY2012

5,033,630

3,489,746

1,607,121

1,120,959

6,217,826

FY2011

4,694,524

3,452,870

1,565,588

895,023

5,913,481

FY2010

4,217,011

3,094,500

1,425,100

994,000

5,513,600

FY2009

4,090,965

2,950,525

1,163,000

810,000

4,923,525

   
From Table 2, INSTITUTIONS' EDUCATIONAL AND GENERAL PRIMARY BUDGETS, BY SOURCE I+P I/(I+P)
Resident Tuition (includes tuition waivers) Nonresident Tuition (includes tuition waivers) TOTAL Tuition Tuition Discount Rate (TDR)
FY2013 61,587,657 11,429,769 73,017,426 9.05%
FY2012 55,420,658 9,096,388 64,517,046 9.64%
FY2011 50,081,865 7,237,620 57,319,485 10.32%
FY2010 45,042,405 6,097,624 51,140,029 10.78%
FY2009 44,349,572 6,973,627 51,323,199 9.59%

 Figures are aggregate (undergraduate and graduate data could not be separated)
Souce data: Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education, Education and General Budgets Summary and Analysis
FY2013     FY2012     FY2011      FY2010       FY2009     

4. Student Retention and Program Productivity

A. What percentage of your first-time, full-time fall entering undergraduate students in the previous year returned for study during the fall semester on which this report is based? Please provide the following data in aggregate and with breakdowns by race/ethnicity per IPEDS categories.

Number Entering (NE)
Number Returning (NR)
NR/NE as percentage

2011-12 CSRDE-Main      
2011-12 CSRDE-STEM    

2011-12 Factbook pp. 59-62   

2011-12 IPEDS Fall Enrollment    

B. How many students earned graduate or professional degrees during the past year, and what was the distribution by race/ethnicity per IPEDS categories?

2011-12 IPEDS 6-year Graduation Rates    
2011-12 IPEDS 8-year Graduation Rates   
2011-12 IPEDS Completions  

2011-12 Factbook pp. 78-89 (no ethnicity)  

C. Report the number of graduates in the previous academic year by college/program in keeping with the following Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) codes.

  • Agriculture/Natural Resources (1, 3)
  • Architecture/Engineering/Engineering Technology (4,14,15)
  • Biological & Physical Science (26, 40, 41)
  • Business (52)
  • Communications/Communication Technology/Fine
  • Arts (9, 10, 50)
  • Education/Library Science (13, 21, 25)
  • Humanities/Interdisciplinary (5, 16, 23, 24, 30, 38, 39, 54)
  • Health (51)
  • Law (22)
  • Mathematics/Computer Science (11, 27)
  • Military Technology/Protective Services (29, 43)
  • Personal Services/Consumer Services/Fitness (12,19, 31)
  • Psychology/Social Sciences & Services (42, 44, 45)
  • Trades/Production/Transportation Health (46, 47, 48, 49)

2011-12 IPEDS 6-year Graduation Rates    
2011-12 IPEDS 8-year Graduation Rates   
2011-12 IPEDS Completions  

D. List, by discipline and by name of test, the separate pass rates of undergraduate, and graduate/professional students sitting for licensure examinations as appropriate.

Note: This list is not comprehensive and will be supplemented as additional information is provided by academic departments.

2010-2011 2011-2012
Discipline Agency   Exam Rate Rate
Education CEOE Certification Examinations for Oklahoma Educators OGET (Sep-Aug) 90.4% ---
Education CEOE Certification Examinations for Oklahoma Educators OPTE 100% ---
Education CEOE Certification Examinations for Oklahoma Educators OSAT 92.7% ---
Nutrition CDR Commission on Dietetic Registration - Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Registered Dietician (RD) - Registration Exam for Dieticians 82% 88%
Family Counselling OSDH Oklahoma State Department of Health -  Professional Counselor Licensing Division  Licensed Marital and Family Therapist (LMFT) Exam --- 62%
Athletic Training BOC Board of Certification - National Athletic Trainers Association Board of Certification (BOC) Exam 100% 100%
Physical Education ACSM American College of Sports Medicine Certified Health Fitness Specialist (HFS) Exam --- 46%
Pathology ASCP American Society of Clinical Pathology Board of Registry 100% 80%
Funeral Service ICFSEB International Conference of Funeral Service Examining Boards Funeral Service National Board Exam (BS Funeral Service) 71% 100%
Funeral Service Certificate ICFSEB International Conference of Funeral Service Examining Boards Funeral Service National Board Exam (CERT Funeral Service) 0% 100%

5. Faculty Demography

A. Indicate the headcount of faculty in the full-time and parttime categories according to highest degree earned.

  • Degree Level (Doctorate/First Professional/Master’s/Bachelor’s/Associate’s/None)  

Full-time Faculty:           

2011-12 Factbook p. 47       

Part-time Faculty:
Note: Headcounts of part-time faculty are not summarized by degree Levels in any standard report. This information is available through the Office of Academic Affairs. Related information is available in the link(s) below.

2011-12 SSCI Data - Faculty Qualification by Student Credit Hours     
  

B. Indicate the headcount of faculty in the full-time and parttime categories according to each of the following breakdowns.

  • Race/Ethnicity (using the standard IPEDS categories)
  • Gender
  • Rank

2011-12 Factbook p. 24       

2011-12 SSCI Data - Full Time Faculty by Rank and Ethnicity     
2011-12 SSCI Data - Full Time Faculty by Rank and Gender     

2011-12 SSCI Data - Part Time Faculty by Ethnicity     
2011-12 SSCI Data - Part Time Faculty by Genders     

2011-12 IPEDS Human Resources    

C. Report the number of faculty by college/program (full-time and part-time together) in keeping with the following Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) codes.

  • Agriculture/Natural Resources (1, 3)
  • Architecture/Engineering/Engineering Technology (4,14,15)
  • Biological & Physical Science (26, 40, 41)
  • Business (52)
  • Communications/Communication Technology/Fine
  • Arts (9, 10, 50)
  • Education/Library Science (13, 21, 25)
  • Health (51)
  • Humanities/Interdisciplinary (5, 16, 23, 24, 30, 38, 39, 54)
  • Law (22)
  • Mathematics/Computer Science (11, 27)
  • Military Technology/Protective Services (29, 43)
  • Personal Services/Consumer Services/Fitness (12,19,31)
  • Psychology/Social Sciences & Services (42, 44, 45)
  • Trades/Production/Transportation Health (46, 47, 48, 49)

Full-time faculty:

2010-11 Faculty Salary CUPA Comparisons by CIP code      
2011-12 Faculty Salary CUPA Comparisons by CIP code    

Part-time faculty

Note: Part-time faculty are not tracked directly using CIP codes. These faculty are tracked through the departments in which they are employed and this information is presented in the link(s) below.

2011-12 Factbook p. 40-45 (includes FT, PT, and FTE)  

2011-12 SSCI Data - Fall Faculty by Department (duplicate of Factbook data above)    
    

6. Availability of Instructional Resources and Information Technology

A. Provide an account of the technology resources dedicated to supporting student learning (library sites, residence hall hookups, Internet Cafes, etc.) and explain how you monitor the level of their usage.

UCO Student Technology Resources      
Campus Computer Labs    
D2L for Students     
UCO Student and Alumni email      

7. Financial Data

Please provide the following information for the past two completed fiscal years.

A. Actual Unrestricted Revenues

Tuition and Fees 
State/Local Appropriations (if applicable)
Denominational Income (if applicable)
Investment and Annuity Income
Contributions
Auxiliary
Other
Total

FY2013-14 E&G Budget - Part I Primary Budget - Schudule C - E&G Revenu, Expenditures, Reserve p. 12  

B. Actual Unrestricted Expense

Instructional/Departmental/Library
Student Services
Operation and Maintenance of Plant
Administration
Fundraising
Auxiliary
Other
Total

FY2013-14 E&G Budget - Part I Primary Budget - Schudule A - Expenditures by Function pp. 8-10  
FY2013-14 E&G Budget - Part I Primary Budget - Schudule B - Expenditures by Object pp. 11-11   
FY2013-14 E&G Budget - Part I Primary Budget - Schudule C - E&G Revenu, Expenditures, Reserve p. 12     

C. If, in either of the past two completed fiscal years, the total in 7B exceeded the total in 7A above, how did the institution cover its shortfall?