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Exhibit P:  Graduate Enrollment at Comparison Institutions
 
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For institutions participating in the 1993 NRC Study
—Research Doctorate Programs in the US—this chart shows graduate enrollments and graduate enrollments as a percentage of total campus enrollments.

       

Fall 1992 Enrollments

* Institution # of PhD
Programs
in Study
Yr First
PhD
Conferred
Campus
 Total
Graduate Percent
 Graduate
             
PUBLIC          
             
R I UC San Francisco 9 1961 3,746 2,238 60%
R I U of North Carolina-Chapel Hill34 1883 23,977 7,029 29%
R I UC Los Angeles 36 1937 35,403 9,852 28%
R II State University of New York-Albany 16 1963 19,001 5,190 27%
R I University of Illinois at Chicago 22 1971 25,335 6,790 27%
R I University of Illinois at Urbana37 1903 38,396 10,118 26%
R I Virginia Polytechnic Institute 19 1942 26,003 6,832 26%
R I Temple University 21 1925 30,229 7,859 26%
R I Arizona State University 26 1954 43,628 11,205 26%
R I UC Berkeley 37 1885 30,616 7,857 26%
R I West Virginia University 16 1932 22,712 5,802 26%
R I University of Wisconsin-Madison 39 1892 41,824 10,479 25%
R II Unviersity of South Florida 12 1971 34,145 8,469 25%
R II Clemson University 15 1960 17,666 4,361 25%
R I Virginia Commonwealth University 2 1974 21,939 5,257 24%
R II University of Idaho 11 1962 11,435 2,715 24%
R I University of Texas at Austin 37 1916 49,253 11,689 24%
R II University of Rhode Island 10 1960 15,449 3,664 24%
R I University of Miami 18 1961 14,156 3,202 23%
R I University of Washington 39 1914 35,552 7,880 22%
R I University of Arizona 29 1922 35,118 7,726 22%
R II University of Oregon 20 1926 17,285 3,684 21%
R II University of Wyoming 14 1947 12,044 2,535 21%
R I University of Missouri-Columbia24 1899 23,418 4,928 21%
R I Florida State University 24 1952 28,404 5,900 21%
R I U of Alabama, Birmingham 13 1971 15,735 3,125 20%
R I Oregon State University 20 1935 14,355 2,808 20%
R II University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee 16 1966 24,991 4,857 19%
R I University of Florida 32 1934 36,447 6,972 19%
R II University of Houston 22 1947 33,022 6,196 19%
R I Iowa State 23 1916 25,695 4,777 19%
R I University of Georgia 22 1940 28,493 5,285 19%
R I Michigan State University 31 1925 39,138 7,094 18%
R I University of Nebraska-Lincoln 21 1896 24,573 4,381 18%
R I University of Cincinnati 28 1909 34,660 6,165 18%
R I UC Irvine 24 1967 17,181 3,045 18%
R II Oklahoma State University 16 1942 26,313 4,626 18%
R I UC Davis 27 1949 22,880 4,021 18%
R II UC Riverside 19 1963 8,799 1,533 17%
R II Northeastern University 13 1965 27,586 4,750 17%
R I Colorado State University 16 1955 37,306 6,263 17%
R I UC San Diego 29 1961 18,239 2,992 16%
R I Utah State University 9 1950 16,513 2,682 16%
R II University of Arkansas-Fayetteville 10 1953 14,582 2,368 16%
R II Texas Tech University 17 1952 25,417 4,086 16%
R I North Carolina State 23 1947 27,766 4,459 16%
R II Kansas State University 17 1933 20,451 3,277 16%
R II Kent State University 18 1964 33,060 5,253 16%
R II Southern Illinois University 11 1959 24,761 3,759 15%
R II Washington State University 21 1929 17,871 2,682 15%
R I University of Utah 20 1947 26,795 3,982 15%
R II University of Delaware 13 1948 21,136 2,845 13%
R I UC Santa Barbara 32 1964 18,651 2,375 13%
R II Ohio University 15 1959 27,249 3,221 12%
R II University of Vermont 10 1944 10,885 1,230 11%
R I New Mexico State 10 1960 22,916 2,543 11%
R II UC Santa Cruz 17 1968 10,251 945 9%
             
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R I Johns Hopkins University 34 1878 14,506 8,745 60%
R I Massachusetts Inst of Technology23 1907 9,798 5,198 53%
R II George Washington University 18 1888 18,600 9,415 51%
R I Stanford University 43 1894 15,674 7,870 50%
R I Harvard 30 1873 25,012 11,626 46%
R I New York University 25 1866 33,695 15,508 46%
R I Yale University 30 1860 10,945 4,380 40%
R I University of Rochester 28 1925 9,686 3,864 40%
R I University of Pennsylvania 36 1880 22,418 8,726 39%
R I Washington University 27 1895 11,572 4,399 38%
R I University of Sourthern California 26 1923 28,586 10,639 37%
R I Northwestern University 30 1896 17,285 6,245 36%
R II Rice University 22 1918 4,251 1,446 34%
R I Vanderbilt University 26 1879 9,640 3,031 31%
R I Princeton 29 1879 6,564 1,913 29%
R I Tufts University 11 1941 7,896 1,942 25%
R II Brandeis University 14 1957 3,848 935 24%
R II Tulane University 24 1887 10,869 2,453 23%
R II University of Notre Dame 22 1920 10,126 1,949 19%
 
 
*R I = Carnegie Classification- Research University I
These institutions offer a full range of baccalaureate programs, are committed to graduate education through the doctorate degree, and give high priority to research. They award 50 or more doctoral degrees each year. In addition, they receive annually at least $40 million or more in federal support.

R II = Carnegie Classification-Research University II
These institutions offer a full range of baccalaureate programs, are committed to graduate education through the doctorate degree, and give high priority to research. They award 50 or more doctoral degrees each year. In addition, they receive annually between $15.5 million and $40 million in federal support.

Note: Future Carnegie Classifications will Change- Expected 2005
We are currently engaged in a fundamental reconsideration of the Carnegie Classification. We plan to develop a more flexible system that will permit institutions to be grouped in several ways, in recognition of the fact that a single classification scheme can conceal the many ways that institutions resemble or differ from one another. This work will result in a series of distinct classification schemes, as well as an interactive facility that will enable users to generate their own, customized classifications.

 


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