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Provost’s Report April 2, 2014. Report Outline Language, Cultures & World Affairs Dean Search Freshman Applications Accepted Students Weekend Retention.

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1 Provost’s Report April 2, 2014

2 Report Outline Language, Cultures & World Affairs Dean Search Freshman Applications Accepted Students Weekend Retention Highlights External Funding at the College of Charleston 3 rd Year Review & Tenure and Promotion Q & A

3 Update on Dean Search Language, Cultures and World Affairs  43 Applications Received  10 Candidates Interviewed by Phone  7 Candidates Interviewed by Skype  Four Candidates to Interview on Campus  Alden Smith, Baylor University  Antonio Tillis, Dartmouth University  Chad Gasta, Iowa State University  Chris Seiple, Institute for Global Engagement

4 Freshmen Applications

5 Accepted Students Weekend March 21 & students and family members on campus (approximately 3,200 people total) Some statistics 1.Charleston 40 & >300 student volunteers helped % Male, 73.5% Female % In-State % Out-of-State % Students of Color 6.24 faculty gave “mini-lectures” 7.Many had intended majors 1.SSM – 28%. SOB – 19%, 2.HSS – 18%, EHHP – 11%

6 Retention Highlights One year retention rate from Fall 2012 to Fall 2013 for all freshmen was 82.4%  1% increase from last year One year retention rate for transfer students was 79.5%, which is an 11 year high. Black / African American retention for all freshmen increased from 77.6% to 87.8%.  This is 5.4% higher than the average for all freshmen. The declaration of a major shows a strong positive correlation for freshmen and transfers 1.Freshmen declared = 92.6%; undeclared = 67.6% 2.Transfer declared = 83.4%; undeclared = 36.4% There is not a significant difference between in-state (82.2%) and out-of- state retention (82.7%) Six-year graduation rate for 2007 entering freshmen was 64.5%, down from 68.4 % for the previous year. However, four (56.2) and five year (64.5%) graduation rates are up from last year suggesting a coming increase in the six-year graduation rate next year.

7 External Funding: Total Funded Amount, Fiscal Years

8 External Funding: Total Funded Amount by Source Fiscal Years 2009 to 2013 CategoryFY 2009FY 2010FY 2011FY 2012FY 2013 Federally-funded Amount$3,950,392$5,837,167$10,790,306$4,696,116$6,173,554 State-funded Amount$608,072$389,476$474,816$469,131$996,243 Privately-funded Amount$587,406$795,296$537,719$905,742$1,213,226 Local Govt-funded Amount$14,055$12,411$22,411$7,104$5,049 Internationally-funded Amount$0 $20,275$6,200$0

9 External Funding: Total Funded Amount by School Fiscal Years 2009 to 2013 School or DivisionFY 2009FY 2010FY 2011FY 2012FY 2013 Academic Affairs$87,710$40,500$228,685$31,450$218,680 School of the Arts$0$46,750$0$10,000$20,000 School of Business$195,880$682,155$21,885$129,467$299,862 School of Education, Health, & Human Performance $594,518$599,844$700,029$736,291$854,098 School of Humanities & Social Science $153,112$139,467$1,513,316$817,705$769,056 School of Languages, Cultures, & World Affairs $5,000$0 $65,500$59,250 Library$201,532$352,406$168,855$178,971$381,126 School of Sciences & Mathematics $3,434,629$4,882,248$8,515,750$3,397,223$4,667,828 Student Affairs$487,544$290,980$697,007$703,150$720,000

10 3 rd Year Review & Tenure and Promotion

11 Questions


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