Minority Advisory Council January 11, 2010. Progress in Increasing Diversity o The fall 2009 student body is the largest and most diverse in ASU’s history.
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Progress in Increasing Diversity o The fall 2009 student body is the largest and most diverse in ASU’s history. o 18,600 minority students are currently enrolled, representing 27% of ASU’s enrollment. o Degrees awarded to minority students increased more than 85% in the past 10 years.
Progress in Increasing Diversity o Minority students represent 33% of new undergraduates. o Among Arizona residents, minorities represent 37% of new freshmen and 31% of new transfer students. o Minority freshmen retention has improved during the past decade. This trend is now reflected in improving graduation rates.
Minority Representation – Total Enrollment Fall 1999 to Fall 2009 27.3% 25.8% 19.3% 19.7% 20.1% 20.7% 22.0% 22.1% 22.8% 23.3% 24.0% Enrollment
Minority Representation — Enrollment by Level Enrollment
Ten-Year Percentage Increase in Enrollment Fall 1999 to Fall 2009 Fall 2009 3,257 1,484 3,9359,924 42,72818,600 Fall 1999 1,445 977 2,164 5,008 35,2039,594 Total ASU 37% Enrollment
Minority Representation — New Undergraduates Fall 2009 Enrollment
All Students 81.2% Fall 2008 First-time Freshman Persisting One Year Persistence and Graduation
All Students 55.8% Fall 2003 First-time Freshmen Graduating in Six Years Persistence and Graduation
3,245 Degrees Granted to Minority Students 2008-09 Degrees Awarded
Minority Representation — Degrees Awarded by Level Degrees Awarded
Highest Minority Representation by College Fall 2009 University College — 36%Letters and Sciences — 27% Public Programs — 35%Education Institute — 27% New College — 34%Herberger Institute — 26% Nursing and Health — 33%Teacher Education — 26% Liberal Arts and Sciences — 28%Journalism — 25% ASU TOTAL — 27% College Enrollment
The Herberger College of the Arts and the College of Design combined to form the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts Teacher preparation programs consolidated under the College of Teacher Education and Leadership The Mary Lou Fulton Institute and Graduate School of Education was established to focus on research and graduate education The School of Global Management and Leadership and the Morrison School of Management and Agribusiness merged with the W.P. Carey School of Business 2009 College Reorganization
Programs in the College of Applied Arts and Sciences were merged into the College of Nursing and Health Innovation, the School of Letters and Sciences, and the College of Technology and Innovation Programs in the College of Human Services were merged into the College of Public Programs and the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences Many departments in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences were consolidated into schools to advance interdisciplinary education and research Three departments merged to form the School of Design Innovation The College of Technology and Innovation merged six departments into three 2009 College Reorganization
Engineering School of Computing, Informatics and Decision Systems Engineering Computer Science and Engineering Industrial, Systems and Operations Engineering School of Mechanical, Aerospace, Chemical and Materials Engineering Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Chemical Engineering Materials School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment Civil, Environmental and Sustainable Engineering Construction School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering Bioengineering School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering Electrical Engineering
Liberal Arts and Sciences School of Government, Politics and Global Studies Political Science Global Studies School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies History Philosophy Religious Studies School of Social Transformation African and African American Studies Asian Pacific American Studies Justice and Social Inquiry Women and Gender Studies School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning Geographical Sciences Planning
Department of Engineering Technology Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering Technology Electronic Systems Department of Engineering Engineering Computing Studies Department of Technology Management Technology Management Aeronautical Management Technology Technology and Innovation
Design School of Design Innovation Industrial Design Interior Design Visual and Communication Design