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1 Trends Communication & Culture

2 Full-Time Undergraduate Enrolment

3 Full-Time Undergraduate Visa Enrolment

4 High School Averages of Full-Time Frosh

5 Undergraduate Attrition Rate Of the frosh who entered the University in Fall 2002, 16.5% did not progress to second year, whereas, 20.5% of the frosh who entered CC in Fall 2002 did not progress to second year.

6 Frosh Average Years to Graduation * 10-Year Graduation Rate

7 Undergraduate Course Load - CC Fall Term Half Course Equivalents

8 Overall Quality of Teaching 3.4% Increase Students Graduating in 2005 and Sample size 1000 (Response rate 53.2%) 2006 CUSC

9 Overall Quality of Education 7.3% Increase Students Graduating in 2005 and Sample size 1000 (Response rate 53.2%) 2006 CUSC

10 Satisfaction with decision to attend this university Students Graduating in 2005 and Sample size 1000 (Response rate 53.2%) 2006 CUSC

11 I would not recommend this university Students Graduating in 2005 and Sample size 1000 (Response rate 53.2%) 2006 CUSC

12 Full-Time Graduate Enrolment

13 U of C Master’s Graduation Rate * Combined Fall 1996, 1997, 1998 Cohorts 85.1%

14 U of C PhD Graduation Rate * Combined Fall 1996, 1997, 1998 Cohorts 75.0%

15 Overall quality of teaching by faculty? 2007 Graduate and Professional Student Survey

16 If you were to start your grad program again, would you select the same faculty supervisor? 2007 Graduate and Professional Student Survey

17 If you were to start your graduate program again, would you select the same university? 2007 Graduate and Professional Student Survey

18 Would you recommend this university to someone considering your program? 2007 Graduate and Professional Student Survey

19 Course Enrolees CC taught 4.6% of the total course enrolments in Fall Students registered in the Faculty of CC generated 8.6% of the total course enrolments. * Includes Undergraduate and Graduate Students

20 Majors vs. Course Enrolees *% Student majors shows the percent of undergraduate and graduate students that are majoring in CC. This figure is expressed in terms of FTE. % Teaching shows the percent of course enrolees registered in courses taught by CC.

21 CC Course Enrolees by Faculty of Student Registration, Fall 2006 The total number of course enrolees taught by CC in Fall 2006 was 3,801. Of these 3,801 course enrolees, 55.5% were generated by Communication & Culture students, whereas, 11.3% were generated by students registered in the Faculty of Social Sciences. * OS is Open Studies

22 Annual Change in Course Enrolees * Includes Undergraduate and Graduate Students Course enrolment in CC courses decreased by almost 15% in fall 2006.

23 Faculty Budgets Fund 10

24 Faculty Budget by Course Enrollee

25 U of C Faculty and Staff * 2006

26 U of C Faculty and Staff * 2006

27 Communication and Culture * 2006


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