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1 Arizona State University University Student Initiatives, 2007 Profile of the New American University October 2007

2 Arizona State University University Student Initiatives, 2007 Public High School Graduates Projected Percent Change, to % and higher decline 0% to -10% decline 1% to 10% increase 11% to 25% increase 26% to 50% increase Over 51% increase Source: WICHE, Knocking at the College Door, Projection of High School Graduates by State, Income, and Race/Ethnicity, , (2003)

3 Arizona State University University Student Initiatives, 2007 New School Growth in Arizona Over the past five years… –35 new public high schools (grades 9-12) have been constructed –41,152 additional students have enrolled in these schools Source: Arizona Department of Education, September 2007

4 Arizona State University University Student Initiatives, 2007 Arizona Public High School Graduates 31,130 30,000 35,000 40,000 45,000 50,000 55,000 60,000 65,000 70,000 75, ,663 80,274 Source: Chronicle of Higher Education, ,000

5 Arizona State University University Student Initiatives, 2007 Source: WICHE, Knocking at the College Door, Projections of High School Graduates by State, Income, and Race/Ethnicity, , (2003) Arizona Public High School Graduates

6 Arizona State University University Student Initiatives, % of all children in Arizona live in low-income families 68% of Latino children in Arizona live in low-income families Source: National Center for Children in Poverty (2007) - Available at: Arizona Low-Income Families

7 Arizona State University University Student Initiatives, 2007 Efforts to Influence the Pipeline $105 million total university gift-aid (need and merit- based), a record level $35.1 million dedicated to need-based gift aid –350% increase in university need-based gift aid since FY03 –76% since FY04 –52% increase since FY05 Need-based gift aid, in millions Source: Student Financial Assistance Office

8 Arizona State University University Student Initiatives, 2007 First-time Freshmen from Arizona Families with Low Income 818% growth from 2002 to *288 *ASU Advantage Program began in Income eligibility rose to $25,000 in 2007 **As of September 2007 Source: Student Financial Assistance Office **

9 Arizona State University University Student Initiatives, % growth from to Source: Student Financial Assistance Office First Time Freshman Pell Grant Recipients

10 Arizona State University University Student Initiatives, 2007 Financial Aid Awarded by Income Level Arizona Full-Time Undergraduate Students, Source: Student Financial Assistance Office Data based on students who completed FAFSA.

11 Arizona State University University Student Initiatives, 2007 Total includes students who did not report their ethnicity No. Students Receiving Aid % of Student Enrollment No. Students Receiving Aid % of Student Enrollment No. Students Receiving Aid % of Student Enrollment No. Students Receiving Aid % of Student Enrollment African American59137%62137%67038%82244% American Indian51143%50939%57140%69152% Asian American79436%84138%93340%113945% Hispanic2,24637%2,36738%2,74441%327746% White8,23729%8,72430%9,85034%11,05337% Total12,82631%13,59232%15,44735%17,68839% Average Award $2,985 $3,458$3,648 $3,641 Source: Student Financial Assistance Office Arizona Undergraduate Students Receiving Institutional Aid

12 Arizona State University University Student Initiatives, 2007 Total includes students who did not report their ethnicity No. Students Receiving Aid % of Student Enrollment No. Students Receiving Aid % of Student Enrollment No. Students Receiving Aid % of Student Enrollment No. Students Receiving Aid % of Student Enrollment African American1,12872%1,18772%1,26872%1,29569% American Indian96581%95573%1,16081%1,04578% Asian American1,28458%1,34160%1,41760%1,48059% Hispanic3,91665%4,16066%4,45167%4,64465% White15,21554%15,87855%16,53256%16,53155% Total23,33257%24,52858%25,98659%26,02857% Average Award $7,721 $7,794 $7,973 $7,965 Source: Student Financial Assistance Office Arizona Undergraduate Students Receiving Financial Aid

13 Arizona State University University Student Initiatives, 2007 Projected Increases in ASU Enrollment Source: Institutional Analysis Fall 2007 = 64,394

14 Arizona State University University Student Initiatives, % growth from 2000 to 2007 Source: Institutional Analysis Tempe Campus Enrollment Fall 2000 – Fall 2007

15 Arizona State University University Student Initiatives, % growth from 2000 to 2007 Source: Institutional Analysis West Campus Enrollment Fall 2000 – Fall 2007

16 Arizona State University University Student Initiatives, % growth from 2000 to 2007 Source: Institutional Analysis Polytechnic Campus Enrollment Fall 2000 – Fall 2007

17 Arizona State University University Student Initiatives, 2007 Downtown Phoenix Campus Enrollment Fall 2006 – Fall 2007 Source: Institutional Analysis 6,595 6,251 15,000 6% growth from 2006 to 2007

18 Arizona State University University Student Initiatives, % increase in freshmen since % increase in freshmen since 2002 Source: Institutional Analysis New Undergraduate Enrollment Fall 1997 – Fall 2007

19 Arizona State University University Student Initiatives, 2007 Fall 2007 Freshman Class Largest class in ASU’s history – 9,274; a 2.5% increase from the Fall 2006 class, a 36% increase since 2002 and a 76% increase since Thirty-three percent of the freshman class from Arizona are minority students (121% increase since 1997). More than 1,800 President and Provost Scholars, 30% of the freshmen from Arizona, are part of this year’s class, reflecting a 12% increase from Fall National Scholars: 148 National Merit Scholars, (an increase of 41% since 2002), 52 from Arizona; 10 Flinn Scholars, 111 National Hispanic Scholars (an increase of 164% since 2002), 29 from Arizona. Source: Institutional Analysis

20 Arizona State University University Student Initiatives, 2007 Arizona Freshman Scholar Profile Fall 2002 – Fall 2007 Arizona FreshmenFall 2002 Fall 2003 Fall 2004 Fall 2005 Fall 2006 Fall 2007 President/Provost Scholars Percent of Students in Top 5%16.8%17.6%17.8%19.5% 17.0% Percent of Students in Top 10%30.0%30.1%31.1%32.3%33.3%30.7% Percent of Students in Top 15%39.9%41.2% 42.7%43.8%41.1% Source: Institutional Analysis

21 Arizona State University University Student Initiatives, 2007 President/Provost Scholarships 96% growth from 2002 to 2007 Source: Student Financial Assistance Office

22 Arizona State University University Student Initiatives, 2007 National Scholars 410% growth from 1997 to 2007 National Scholars include National Merit, Achievement, and Hispanic Scholars Source: Student Financial Assistance Office

23 Arizona State University University Student Initiatives, 2007 Total Enrolled9,274 Mean SAT Combined Score1077 Mean ACT Composite Score23.0 Mean High School GPA3.34 National Merit Scholars148 National Hispanic Scholars111 % Minority (Total)29.4% % Minority of AZ Residents32.5% Source: Institutional Analysis Fall 2007 Freshman Profile

24 Arizona State University University Student Initiatives, 2007 ASUU of A Total Number9,2746,569 Mean SAT Combined Score Mean ACT Composite Score Mean High School GPA National Merit Scholars14868 National Hispanic Scholars11179 Flinn Scholars109 % Minority (total)29.4%30.1% % Minority of AZ Residents32.5%36.8% % Female52.4%53.5% % Resident of State65.0%63.0% Source: Institutional Analysis Fall 2007 Freshman Profile

25 Arizona State University University Student Initiatives, 2007 The Best of Arizona at ASU Fall 2002 – Fall 2007

26 Arizona State University University Student Initiatives, National Merit New Freshmen * National Merit Total Enrollment National Hispanic New Freshmen National Hispanic Total Enrollment National Scholar Enrollment Trends Fall 1998 – Fall 2007 * Does not include 2 awarded but deferred scholarshipsSource: Student Financial Assistance Office

27 Arizona State University University Student Initiatives, 2007 Barrett Honors College Fall 2007 Student Profile Source: Barrett Honors College Freshman Profile All Student Profile Enrollment6772,766 Average SAT Average ACT29 % Minority27.9%22.8% % Female53.6%53.9% % Arizona resident70.0%

28 Arizona State University University Student Initiatives, % 39% 117% 156% Source: Institutional Analysis Ten-Year Growth Arizona Minority Freshman Enrollment Fall 1997 – Fall 2007

29 Arizona State University University Student Initiatives, % 41% Ten-Year Growth 84% 63% Source: Institutional Analysis Minority Undergraduate Enrollment Fall 1997 – Fall 2007

30 Arizona State University University Student Initiatives, ,594 10,589 12,687 13,933 15,441 68% increase since 1997 Source: Institutional Analysis 9,215 ASU Minority Enrollment Fall 1997 – Fall 2007

31 Arizona State University University Student Initiatives, 2007 Summary Unprecedented growth in the next 12 years Building capacity to respond Central focus: Excellence at every level – Regional, National, World Class Hallmark: The Highest Quality, Most Accessible Public University

32 Arizona State University University Student Initiatives, 2007


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