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• Course Enrollments
• College Data
• Course Section Information
• Summer Stipend Data
• Marketing Efforts
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270.745.2478
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Summer Sessions is a unit of the Division of Extended Learning & Outreach
Summer Sessions Annual Report Table of Contents •
Summer Highlights…………………………………………………………………..……………….…..Page 3 •
Mission, Definitions, Acknowledgements……………………………………………………..Page 4 •
Overall Summer Statistics…………..………………………………………………………….……..Page 5 •
Enrollment by Session…………………………………………………………..……………….………Pages 6‐7 •
Student Type……………………………………………………………………………………………......Page 8 •
Enrollment by College……………………………………………………………………………….…...Page 9 •
Enrollment by Campus, Alternate Delivery…………………………………………………….Page 10 •
Stipend Data, Winter Term Effect……………………………………………………………….….Page 11 •
Summer Tuition Comparison, Marketing Expenses………………………………………..Page 12 •
College Data by Department…………………………………………………………………….…….Pages 13‐19 •
Appendix…………………………………………………………………………………………….…….……Pages 20‐42 Summer 2008 Highlights •
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Enrollment: There were 6125 students to take Summer 2008 classes. This was a 2% decrease from Summer 2007. Course enrollment was 11512, which was also down 2% from the previous summer. Student credit hour production was 33461 this summer, again a 2% decrease. Over 1540 sections were open on June 2, 2008, a 3.1% decrease from Summer 2007. Study Abroad: There were 246 students that studied abroad in Summer 2008 to a total of 29 locations. The locations included: Argentina, Australia, Austria, Beijing, Belgium, Belize, China, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, Denmark, Ecuador, England, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Malaysia, Mediterranean, Mexico, Netherlands, Poland, Scotland, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Taiwan, and Vietnam. SEE Program: Bowling Green Community College, in partnership with the Office of Summer Sessions, developed an innovative new Summer Early Entry (SEE) Program for incoming freshmen. The program is designed to allow students to take developmental classes early to ensure that they will be better prepared for college when they began in the fall. Students took up to two courses in the July session ‐ a Reading or English course in the morning, followed by a Math course (two levels were offered) in the afternoon. During lunch, students gathered to learn more about college study skills and attended presentations on improving their college experience. The first pilot group was held this past summer with approximately 50 enrollments and 23 students. The Summer Sessions office sponsored a closing ceremony lunch on August 6 where students received certificates of completion and words of wisdom from BGCC faculty and Dr. Dean Kahler, Academic Affairs Associate Vice President.
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Creative Writing Workshop: WKU’s English department offered a Fiction Writing workshop for advanced writers at the undergraduate and graduate level. The workshop met in July with Dr. Lee Martin, a visiting professor and head of the Creative Writing Program at Ohio State University. Dr. Karen Schneider, English Department Head stated, “Happily, this fiction workshop is the premier event of what we hope will become a regular addition to our dynamic creative writing program.” The course was an excellent opportunity for students to learn from a highly respected author who has been hailed by critics as “a writer to watch and love”. •
Dual Credit: Through partnerships with Bowling Green Community College and WKU’s Glasgow campus, the Dual Credit Program offered university courses through it’s Summer Session for High School students. This unique academic opportunity served 28 students through two courses – HIS 119 and SOC 100 (one section offered at each campus). Summer Housing: Once again students had the option to live on campus during their summer class(es). This summer, Hugh Poland hall was open. •
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The Office of Summer Sessions partnered with CAB to provide Networking Lunch on May 21st. CAB also helped sponsor an Indiana Jones movie marathon in May. Students watched the series in DUC, and then went to the midnight showing of the new movie. •
Full‐time faculty stipend increase: The stipend rate for full‐time faculty was increased this summer to 9% of base salary with a cap of $4500 for a 3 credit hour course. (Last summer’s rate was 8% with a $4000 cap). Page 3 Mission: The Office of Summer Sessions supports the overall mission of Western Kentucky University by providing academic opportunities that will benefit both students and faculty. We will work to maintain optimal enrollment during summer sessions, as we extend access to lifelong learners. We will address students’ emerging needs in order to enhance student success at Western Kentucky University. Definitions: Structured Courses: Courses with set meeting times and dates, including C (Lecture/Lab), L (Lecture), and S (Seminar) courses, but does not include independent study, thesis, and practicum courses Sections: Courses may have multiple sections offered in the same session and each of the sections are counted Enrollment: Registration in course sections Head Count: Students registered for more than one course are counted only once during the session Term: Within the Summer Term, there is a May Session (3 weeks), A Session (5 weeks), B Session (3 weeks), C Session (5 weeks), and D Session (3 weeks) Full Term: Classes that meet the entire summer term First Day Data: Numbers collected on the start date of each session. May and full term classes began May 12, 2008, A Session classes began June2, 2008, B Session classes began June 16, 2008, and C and D Sessions began July 7, 2008. Acknowledgements: Many thanks go to Institutional Research and Information Technology divisions for supplying the data on enrollments, credit hours, and student counts for this report. Division of Extended Learning and Outreach Dr. Donald Swoboda, Dean Office of Summer Sessions and Winter Term Beth Laves, Director of Summer Sessions and Winter Term Alicia Bingham, Summer Sessions Specialist Jennifer Perry, Marketing Specialist Page 4 North American Association of Summer Sessions
National Survey Results for WKU from 2004‐2008
2004
Undergraduate
1. Regular Degree‐seeking UG Students
2. Visiting or Non Degree‐seeking UG Students
3. Total Undergraduate Students
2005
2006
2007
2008
Head‐
count
Credit Head‐
Hours count
Credit Head‐
Hours count
Credit Head‐
Hours count
Credit Head‐
Hours count
Credit Hours
4437
24911
4173
23032
4017
21542
4167
23366
4115
22924
280
1106
180
720
210
902
137
616
221
1065
4717
26017
4353
23752
4227
22444
4304
23982
4336
23989
1501
8569
1507
8590
1408
7469
1401
8837
1478
8459
658
3133
632
2731
471
1956.5
542
1286
311
1013
2159
11702
2139
11321
1879
9425.5
1943
10123
1789
9472
6876
37719
6492
35073
6106
31869
6247
34105
6125
33461
Graduate
4. Regular Degree‐seeking GR Students
5. Visiting or Non Degree‐seeking GR Students
6. Total Graduate Students
Grad Total of Summer Sessions
Total Undergraduate + Total Graduate
‐5.6%
Head Count Differences
‐5.9%
2.3%
Each year, WKU participates in a national survey sponsored by the North American Association of Summer Sessions. The above
chart shows a comparison of the previous years' data for WKU. The headcount numbers were provided by Institutional Research, and the credit hour data was provided by Information Technology.
Total Summer Sessions Enrollment Comparison
Enrollment
15000
4106
3688
3366
3449
3215
9061
8631
8021
8083
8007
10000
5000
GR
UG
0
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
Year
*Data pulled 9/25/08 from ASA Report‐STU SEC ENROLL‐Student Course/Hour count by Level/Coll/Dept
Summer Student Count Progress
7000
Student Count
6000
5000
4000
3000
2006
2000
2007
1000
2008
3/17
3/25
4/2
4/10
4/18
4/26
5/4
5/12
5/20
5/28
6/5
6/13
6/21
6/29
7/7
7/15
7/23
7/31
8/8
8/16
8/24
0
Date
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‐2.0%
3/18
3/26
4/3
4/11
4/19
4/27
5/5
5/13
5/21
5/29
6/6
6/14
6/22
6/30
7/8
7/16
7/24
8/1
8/9
8/17
8/25
Enrollment
3/18
3/26
4/3
4/11
4/19
4/27
5/5
5/13
5/21
5/29
6/6
6/14
6/22
6/30
7/8
7/16
7/24
8/1
8/9
8/17
8/25
Enrolllment
3/18
3/26
4/3
4/11
4/19
4/27
5/5
5/13
5/21
5/29
6/6
6/14
6/22
6/30
7/8
7/16
7/24
8/1
8/9
8/17
8/25
Enrollment
Summer Enrollment Progress Charts by Session
May Session Enrollment
2500
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2000
1500
1000
500
2007
0
2008
Date
A Session Enrollment
6000
5000
4000
3000
2000
1000
0
2007
2008
Date
B Session Enrollment
140
120
100
80
60
40
20
0
2007
2008
Date
Summer Enrollment Progress Charts by Session (Cont.)
C Session Enrollment
Enrollment
5000
4000
3000
2000
2007
1000
2008
3/18
3/26
4/3
4/11
4/19
4/27
5/5
5/13
5/21
5/29
6/6
6/14
6/22
6/30
7/8
7/16
7/24
8/1
8/9
8/17
8/25
0
Date
350
300
250
200
150
100
50
0
2007
2008
3/18
3/26
4/3
4/11
4/19
4/27
5/5
5/13
5/21
5/29
6/6
6/14
6/22
6/30
7/8
7/16
7/24
8/1
8/9
8/17
8/25
Enrollment
D Session Enrollment
Date
Summer Enrollment Comparison by Session (First Day Data)
Enrollment
2006
May
1792
A
5512
B
196
C
3792
D
138
Full Term
50
Totals
11480
Enrollment Differences
# Sections
May
A
B
C
D
Full Term
Total
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2006
206
771
16
602
18
74
1687
2007
1913
5562
103
4005
94
115
11792
2.7%
2008
1835
5284
115
3883
299
96
11512
‐2.4%
2007
222
725
23
521
16
93
1600
2008
223
667
14
515
32
118
1569
The data for these charts (left) comes from numbers collected on the start date on each Summer Session.
May Session and Full term classes began 5/15/06, 5/14/07, and 5/12/08.
A Session classes began 6/5/06, 6/4/07, and 6/2/08.
B Session classes began 6/19/06, 6/18/07, and 6/16/08.
C and D Sessions began 7/10/06, 7/9/07, and 7/7/08.
Summer Student Type Head Count Comparison
2500
2131
2000
2155
1943
2080
1789
1500
1680
2006
2007
1000
635
500
2008
601
550
375
324
893
922 897
338
284 292
345
0
Freshmen
Sophomore
Junior
Senior
Undergrad Other
Graduate
*Data collected from ASA Report: CPE Enrollment Summary
**Data collected 8/4/06, 8/6/07, and 8/1/08
Student Type Headcount Comparison
2006
2007
2008
FR‐Freshmen
324
15.7%
375
‐8.0%
345
SO‐Sophomore
S h
550
15.5%
635
‐5.4%
601
JR‐Junior
893
3.2%
922
‐2.7%
897
SR‐Senior
2131
‐2.4%
2080
3.6%
2155
79
46.8%
116
‐12.9%
101
P1‐Post Baccalaureate Degree Seeking
P2‐Post Baccalaureate Certificate
14
64.3%
23
‐30.4%
16
UN‐Undergrad Non Degree Seeking
181
‐26.5%
133
33.1%
177
HS‐High School
10
‐10.0%
9
255.6%
32
Other
Total UG
MA‐Master's Degree
0
N/A
11
9.1%
12
4182
2.9%
4304
0.7%
4336
1344
‐7.3%
1246
0.0%
1246
CD‐Cooperative Doctorate
19
5.3%
20
‐45.0%
11
GS‐Specialist Student
24
‐16.7%
20
‐15.0%
17
GN‐Grad Non Degree Seeking
247
72.5%
426
‐27.0%
311
R1‐Rank I Student
161
3.1%
166
‐9.6%
150
R2‐Rank II Student
65
0.0%
65
‐16.9%
54
Total GR
1860
4.5%
1943
‐7.9%
1789
WKU Total Student Headcount
6042
3.4%
6247
‐2.0%
6125
Although, student count was down in total,WKU saw a sligh increase in undergraduate students.
There were 3 new dual credit opportunities in Summer 2008, which explains the huge increase in the number of High School students.
In 2008, 206 students participated in the May commencement ceremony and completed their degree requirements
throughout the summer. There were 163 undergraduates and 43 graduate students.
In 2007, there were 305 undergraduate seniors and 103 graduates students who participated in May commencement
and finished their degrees throughout the summer.
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Summer Data by College (June Data)
Course Enrollment
College
2006
2007
Sections w/ Enrollment
2008
College
2006
2007
2008
AR
2846
3.0%
2932
‐6.7%
2735
AR
314
‐1.9%
308
‐1.9%
302
BU
1196
‐6.4%
1120
‐0.7%
1112
BU
84
‐8.3%
77
11.7%
86
CC
718
0.0%
718
‐4.3%
687
CC
77
‐13.0%
67
‐3.0%
65
ED
2508
1.3%
2541
‐8.3%
2331
ED
237
‐3.0%
230
‐7.8%
212
HH
1895
12.3%
2129
14.8%
2445
HH
186
23.1%
229
3.5%
237
IS 83
47.0%
122
26.2%
154
IS 17
‐17.6%
14
50.0%
21
SC
1993
‐0.6%
1981
‐8.1%
1820
SC
224
‐7.6%
207
2.9%
213
WKU Total
11239
2.7%
11543
‐2.2%
11284
WKU Total
1139
‐0.6%
1132
0.4%
1136
Open Sections
College
2006
Credit Hours by College
2007
2008
College
2006
2007
2008
AR
502
‐14.9%
427
5.4%
450
AR
8464.00
3.0%
8718.50
‐6.9%
8114.50
BU
92
‐1.1%
91
7.7%
98
BU
3550.50
‐5.7%
3346.50
0.1%
3350.50
CC
86
‐11.6%
76
1.3%
77
CC
2172.00
‐1.1%
2148.00
‐3.3%
2078.00
ED
287
5.6%
303
‐8.3%
278
ED
7348.00
1.8%
7483.00
‐8.2%
6868.00
HH
276
9.4%
302
‐5.0%
287
HH
5536.00
11.5%
6172.00
17.8%
7270.50
IS 42
26.2%
53
‐43.4%
30
IS 216.00
32.6%
286.50
30.5%
374.00
SC
389
‐12.1%
342
‐5.3%
324
SC
5164.00
0.5%
5192.00
‐6.5%
4853.50
WKU Total
1674
‐4.8%
1594
‐3.1%
1544
WKU Total 32450.50
2.8%
33346.50
‐1.3%
32909.00
Data was collected 6/5/06, 6/4/07, and 6/2/08. The data comes from ASA Report: CRS SEC ENROLL by College.
"Open Sections" may have zero enrollments.
This data includes all campuses, study abroad, Independent Learning, and Cohort courses. Exclusions were CSA 999 and ESLI courses.
Summer Enrollment Comparison by College (First Day Data)
3000
2918
College 2888 2788
2006
2500Potter
2918
Gordon F 1224
2000
Commun
748
Educatio
2557
1500
Health & 19511224
1000Universit
88
Ogden
1994
500
2007
2888
1108
744
2695
2187
1108
1087
154
2016
2008
2788
1087
746
2376
2544
178
748
746
1793
744
2695
2557
2544
2376
2187
1994
1951
2016
1793
2006
2007
2008
88
154
178
0
Potter
Gordon Ford
Community College
Education & Behavioral Sciences
Health & Human Services
University College
Ogden
*Data was collected on the start date of each session. May Session and Full term classes began 5/15/06,
5/14/07, and 5/12/08. A Session classes began 6/5/06, 6/4/07, and 6/2/08. B Session classes began 6/19/06,
6/18/07, and 6/16/08. C and D Sessions began 7/10/06, 7/9/07, and 7/7/08.
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Course Enrollments by Campus
Term
Level
200620
200720
UG
6029
1.4%
5923
Bowling Green GR
2206
3.7%
2204
Campuses*
Total BG 8235
2.1%
8127
455
21.1%
551
UG
Elizabethtown/ 373
18.8%
443
GR
Ft. Knox/Radcliff
TOTAL Etown
828
20.0%
994
753
17.5%
885
UG
Glasgow
261
‐28.0%
188
GR
Total Glasgow
1014
5.8%
1073
339
9.4%
371
UG
Owensboro
364
23.4%
449
GR
Total Owens
703
16.6%
820
UG
56
‐1.8%
55
Special Locations
GR
24
12.5%
27
Total Spec. Loc.
80
2.5%
82
UG
7632
2.0%
7785
By Campus Totals
GR
3228
2.6%
3311
TOTAL
10860
2.2%
11096
Campus
0.04%
‐7.2%
‐2.2%
13.4%
‐10.6%
2.7%
‐8.5%
‐2.7%
‐7.5%
28.3%
‐14.5%
4.9%
‐23.6%
259.3%
69.5%
‐3.1%
‐8.0%
‐4.6%
200820
5588
1985
7573
625
396
1021
810
183
993
476
384
860
42
97
139
7541
3045
10586
*BG Campuses includes courses on the Hill, South Campus, web, and study abroad
**Data for BG Campus and Community College were collected form ASA Report: ENROLL‐Student/Course Enrollment by Term/Campus
**Data for the Regional Campuses was provided by Institutional Research.
Alternate Delivery
Enrollment
2006
2007
2671
3501
21
20
139
277
2831
3798
Online
IVS
Independent Learning
Total DL
2008
4130
10
268
4408
# Sections w/ Enrollment
2006
2007
2008
205
247
277
4
3
3
77
85
121
286
335
401
*Data for Online and IVS was pulled from ASA Report: STU SEC ENROLL‐Student/Course Section/Hour count by Session
*Data for Ind. Learning came from ASA Report: CRS SEC ENROLL‐by College. IVS data does NOT include Regional campus courses.
Study Abroad
124
131
246
12
19
29
*Information provided by Study Abroad Office and includes WKU credit, consortium, and noncredit enrollments.
Evening Course Enrollment
college
AR 600
BU 500
CC 400
ED 300
HH 200
SC 100
258
115
196
139
27 20
2006
258
115
139
518
97
139 143
150
87
2007
196
27
518
425143
425
267
122
86
2008
139
20
87
267
200
200
97 122 95
2006
2007
150
86 95
2008
0
AR
BU
CC
300
College250
AR 200
BU 150
ED
HH
100
50
0
SC
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ED
HH
2006267 2702007
258
43
65
13
26
43
65
AR
50
13 26
7
258
102
BU
4
ED
2008
50
7
102
267
47
SC
270
47
6HH
64
4
2006
2007
6
64
8 SC
8
2008
College
AR
BU
CC
ED
HH
SC
WKU
College
AR
BU
# Evening Sections 2006
2007
27
19
8
2
11
12
58
54
13
13
17
13
134
113
2008
18
2
11
33
26
8
98
# Weekend Sections 2006
2007
2008
5
6
5
1
2
1
ED
19
20
18
HH
7
5
4
SC
2
2
2
WKU
34
35
30
Faculty Stipend Data by College
2006
2007
2008
# Stipends
Total Amt of Stipends
# Stipends
Total Amt of Stipends
College
# Stipends
Total Amt of Stipends
AR
158
$ 489,323.50
158
$ 505,454.70
147
$ 543,524.00
BU
61
$ 237,950.00
60
$ 235,608.60
52
$ 233,392.00
CC
60
$ 177,562.00
48
$ 147,689.00
43
$ 173,091.00
ED
165
$ 574,502.00
158
$ 554,357.70
144
$ 582,009.00
HH
136
$ 451,656.00
137
$ 440,050.60
143
$ 519,402.00
IS
2
$ 5,809.00
5
$ 12,361.00
8
$ 29,351.00
SC
106
$ 331,383.00
115
$ 376,783.00
106
$ 385,654.00
WKU Total
688
$ 2,268,185.50
681
$ 2,272,304.60
643
$ 2,466,423.00
*Data generated 8/11/08 and includes information from Regional Campuses.
**Fringe benefits are NOT included in these amounts
College Codes
Potter College of Arts & Letters
Gordon Ford College of Business
Bowling Green Community College
College of Education & Behavioral Sciences
College of Health & Human Services
University College
Ogden College
Ogden Co
llege of Science of Science & Engi
Engineering
neering
AR
BU
CC
ED
HH
IS
SC
Full‐time faculty received a stipend increase for Summer 2008. The stipend for a 3 credit hour course was raised to 9% of annual base salary with a cap of $4500.
Part‐time faculty rates for a 3 credit hour course were as follows:
Level I: $1,536
Level II: $1,672
Level III: $1,940
Level IV: $2,072
Winter Term Effect
There was some concern that Winter Term would pull students from Summer Sessions, causing
an overall impact on alternate session enrollment. Based on three years of data, this has not
been shown to be the case.
UG Total
GR Total
Total
Yearly Totals
Winter 2006
1296
288
1584
Summer 2006
4227
1879
6106
Winter 2007
1640
282
1922
Summer 2007
4306
1941
6247
Winter 2008
1869
373
2242
7690
8169
8367
Growth
6.2%
2.4%
*Data is expressed as student count provided by Institutional Research and Information Technology
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Summer 2008
4336
1789
6125
Kentucky's Public University Summer Tuition Rates
UG Resident
UG Non‐Res
GR Resident
GR Non‐Res
$341.00
$935.00
$450.00
UG Online
Depends on Residency
$260.00
$325.00
$760.00
GR Online
Depends on Residency
$325.00
EKU
$237.00
$641.00
KSU
$190.00
Morehead
$225.00
$281.00
$281.00
$338.00
$878.00
$422.00
Murray
$225.75
$613.25
$283.75
$342.00
$962.00
$435.00
NKU $272.00
$498.00
$302.00
$369.00
$649.00
$399.00
U of L
$290.00
$739.00
$419.00
$1,005.00
UK
$316.00
$656.00
$437.00
$931.00
WKU
$267.00
$645.00
$377.00
Depends on Residency
$320.00
$351.00
$384.00
$544.70
Depends on Residency
$421.00
Marketing Plan
WKU Summer Session: Making Summer School COOL!
Tactics Included:
* Summer Kickoff
* Registration Rally
* Facebook Advertising
* Hera
Herald
ld Ads
* Posters for Bowling Green and Regional Campus locations
* Mass email messages
* Partner with CAB for Indiana Jones movie series
* CouponMint Advertising
* Direct mailer post card for visiting students
* Education posters direct mailer
* Direct mailer to current students
* Brochure and Info night for SEE Program
* Academic Transition Program Info Table
* Press releases
* Radio Public Service Announcements
* Networking lunch for May Students/Faculty
Page 12
COLLEGE DATA: Potter College of Arts & Letters
The following information compares enrollment and sections offered by department .
BG Campus/Web
Dept
2006
2007
Regional Campus
2008
2006
2007
2008
Special Location
2006
2007
2008
Study Abroad
2006 2007
2008
Totals
2006
2007
2008
AFAM
10
6
0
0
7
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
10
30.0%
13
-100%
ART
129
175
98
44
43
25
0
0
0
1
0
16
174
25.3%
218
-36.2%
139
COMM
150
177
176
23
22
35
0
0
0
0
0
0
173
15.0%
199
6.0%
211
ENG
753
630
603
204
186
143
0
11
0
8
0
0
965
-14.3%
827
-9.8%
746
FLKA
101
87
149
0
24
11
0
0
0
1
1
0
102
9.8%
112
42.9%
160
277
0
HIST
259
248
223
35
26
51
0
0
0
0
2
3
294
-6.1%
276
0.4%
JOUR
232
187
149
11
13
8
0
0
0
4
0
5
247
-19.0%
200
-19.0%
162
MLNG
124
168
143
0
13
16
0
0
0
13
0
0
137
32.1%
181
-12.2%
159
259
MUS
27
121
168
52
74
59
0
0
0
0
0
32
79
146.8%
195
32.8%
PHIL
77
118
107
53
20
22
0
0
0
3
0
0
133
3.8%
138
-6.5%
129
PS
143
145
168
6
36
9
0
0
0
12
1
2
161
13.0%
182
-1.6%
179
SOCL
313
277
240
57
62
51
0
0
0
10
0
7
380
-10.8%
339
-12.1%
298
THEA
35
1
50
21
6
10
0
0
0
7
1
9
63
-87.3%
8
763%
69
2918
-1.0%
2888
-3.5%
2788
AR Total
2353
2340
2274
506
532
440
0
11
0
59
5
74
The data from this chart comes from numbers collected on the start date of each session. May Session and Full Term classes began
5/15/06, 5/14/07, and 5/12/08. A Session classes began 6/5/06, 6/4/07, and 6/2/08. B Session classes began 6/19/06, 6/18/07, and
6/16/08. C and D Sessions began 7/10/06, 7/9/07, and 7/7/08.
Enrollment
Dept
2006
Open Sections
2007
2008
2006
2007
Sections with Enrollment
2008 2006
2007
2008
AFAM
10
40.0%
14
-100%
0
3
100%
6
-66.7%
2
1
400%
5
-100%
0
ART
178
24.2%
221
-37.6%
138
28
17.9%
33
-24.2%
25
17
76.5%
30
-30.0%
21
COMM
172
14.5%
197
8.1%
213
24
4.2%
25
-20.0%
20
13
15.4%
15
-13.3%
13
78
ENG
955
-12.3%
838
-11.2%
744
98
-13.3%
85
16.5%
99
84
-21.4%
66
18.2%
FLKA
103
3.9%
107
34.6%
144
51
-19.6%
41
4.9%
43
13
-23.1%
10
10.0%
11
HIST
290
2.1%
296
-7.8%
273
64
10.9%
71
5.6%
75
44
0.0%
44
4.5%
46
JOUR
244
-20.1%
195
-19.5%
157
27
-22.2%
21
-4.8%
20
25
-16.0%
21
-19.0%
17
MLNG
119
58.0%
188
-14.4%
161
19
-26.3%
14
-14.3%
12
12
16.7%
14
-14.3%
12
MUS
78
150.0%
195
28.7%
251
8
25.0%
10
50.0%
15
7
42.9%
10
50.0%
15
PHIL
114
23.7%
141
-12.1%
124
32
-53.1%
15
-13.3%
13
15
0.0%
15
-13.3%
13
PS
158
10.1%
174
-4.0%
167
49
-16.3%
41
17.1%
48
33
-9.1%
30
-6.7%
28
SOCL
358
0.0%
358
-15.6%
302
95
-33.7%
63
9.5%
69
46
0.0%
46
-15.2%
39
THEA
67
-88.1%
8
663%
61
4
-50.0%
2
350%
9
4
-50.0%
2
350%
9
AR Total
2846
3.0%
2932
-6.7%
2735
502
-14.9%
427
5.4%
450
314
-1.9%
308
-1.9%
302
The data from the above chart was pulled on 6/5/06, 6/4/07, and 6/2/08. It includes all campuses, study abroad, Ind. Learn. & Cohort courses.
Page 13
COLLEGE DATA: Gordon Ford College of Business
The following information compares enrollment and sections offered by department .
BG Campus/Web
Dept
2006
2007
2008
Regional Campus
2006
2007
2008
Study Abroad
2006
2007
2008
Totals
2006
2007
2008
ACCT
180
164
166
8
6
0
0
0
0
188
-9.6%
170
-2.4%
BA
126
74
80
0
0
0
12
14
1
138
-36.2%
88
-8.0%
166
81
CIS
68
147
87
0
0
0
0
0
0
68
116.2%
147
-40.8%
87
ECON
247
197
218
22
24
14
7
9
11
276
-16.7%
230
5.7%
243
FIN
42
65
61
0
0
0
0
0
1
42
54.8%
65
-4.6%
62
297
MGT
301
229
277
20
11
18
3
0
2
324
-25.9%
240
23.8%
MKT
186
163
151
0
0
0
2
5
0
188
-10.6%
168
-10.1%
151
BU Total
1150
1039
1040
50
41
32
24
28
15
1224
-9.5%
1108
-1.9%
1087
The data from this chart comes from numbers collected on the start date of each session.
May Session and Full Term classes began May 15, 2006, May 14, 2007, and May 12, 2008.
A Session classes began June 5, 2006, June 4, 2007, and June 2, 2008.
B Session classes began June 19, 2006, June 18, 2007, and June 16, 2008.
C and D Sessions began July 10, 2006, July 9, 2007, and July 7, 2008.
Enrollment
Dept
2006
ACCT
176
1.7%
Open Sections
2007
179
-2.8%
2008
2006
174
13
2007
0.0%
13
Sections with Enrollment
2008
2006
-7.7%
12
10
10.0%
2007
11
2008
9.1%
12
BA
135
-37.0%
85
-5.9%
80
17
0.0%
17
-5.9%
16
14
-35.7%
9
0.0%
9
CIS
68
113%
145
-31%
100
3
133%
7
42.9%
10
3
133%
7
42.9%
10
ECON
286
-16.8%
238
-0.8%
236
24
-8.3%
22
31.8%
29
22
-13.6%
19
36.8%
26
FIN
40
65.0%
66
-3.0%
64
2
50.0%
3
0.0%
3
2
50.0%
3
0.0%
3
MGT
306
-21.2%
241
25%
302
23
-17.4%
19
0.0%
19
23
-17.4%
19
0.0%
19
MKT
185
-10.3%
166
-6.0%
156
10
0.0%
10
-10.0%
9
10
-10.0%
9
-22.2%
7
1196
-6.4%
1120
-0.7%
92
-1.1%
91
7.7%
84
-8.3%
77
11.7%
86
BU Total
1,112
The data from the above chart was pulled on 6/5/06, 6/4/07, and 6/2/08.
The data includes all campuses, study abroad, Independent Learning, and Cohort courses.
Page 14
98
COLLEGE DATA: Bowling Green Community College
The following information compares enrollment and sections offered by department .
BG Campus/Web
Dept
2006
2007
2008
Regional Campus
2006
2007
2008
Totals
2006
2007
2008
AS
210
177
249
9
6
0
219
-16.4%
183
36.1%
BUS
205
254
195
0
0
8
205
23.9%
254
-20.1%
203
249
GS
284
288
265
0
0
0
284
1.4%
288
-8.0%
265
HEAL
40
19
29
0
0
0
40
-52.5%
19
52.6%
29
CC Total
739
738
738
9
6
8
748
-0.5%
744
0.3%
746
The data from this chart comes from numbers collected on the start date of each session.
May Session and Full Term classes began May 15, 2006, May 14, 2007, and May 12, 2008.
A Session classes began June 5, 2006, June 4, 2007, and June 2, 2008.
B Session classes began June 19, 2006, June 18, 2007, and June 16, 2008.
C and D Sessions began July 10, 2006, July 9, 2007, and July 7, 2008.
Enrollment
Open Sections
Dept
2006
2008
2006
AS
213
-19.7%
171
20.5%
206
20
BUS
180
42.2%
256
-28.1%
184
2007
2007
Sections with Enrollment
2008 2006
2007
2008
-20.0%
16
37.5%
22
18
-11.1%
16
18.8%
19
37
-2.7%
36
-16.7%
30
30
-10.0%
27
-18.5%
22
21
GS
286
-4.5%
-4.5%
273
-1.5%
-1.5%
269
25
-16.0%
-16.0%
21
4.8%
4.8%
22
25
-16.0%
-16.0%
21
0%
HEAL
39
-53.8%
18
56%
28
4
-25.0%
3
0%
3
4
-25.0%
3
0%
3
CC Total
718
0.0%
718
-4.3%
687
86
-11.6%
76
1.3%
77
77
-13.0%
67
-3.0%
65
The data from the above chart was pulled on 6/5/06, 6/4/07, and 6/2/08.
The data includes all campuses, study abroad, Independent Learning, and Cohort courses.
Page 15
COLLEGE DATA: College of Education and
Behavioral Sciences
The following information compares enrollment and sections offered by department .
BG Campus/Web
Dept
2006
2007
2008
Regional Campus
2006
2007
2008
Study Abroad
2006 2007 2008
Totals
2006
2007
2008
CI
242
203
182
67
83
47
0
0
0
309
-7.4%
286
-19.9%
CNSA
315
211
248
140
164
82
0
0
2
455
-17.6%
375
-11.5%
332
EALR
397
474
436
42
9
9
0
0
0
439
10.0%
483
-7.9%
445
PSY
373
436
361
136
138
80
0
0
1
509
12.8%
574
-23.0%
442
SIP
845
977
928
0
0
0
0
0
0
845
15.6%
977
-5.0%
928
2557
5.4%
2695
-11.8%
2376
ED Total
2172
2301
2155
385
394
218
0
0
3
229
The data from this chart comes from numbers collected on the start date of each session.
May Session and Full Term classes began May 15, 2006, May 14, 2007, and May 12, 2008.
A Session classes began June 5, 2006, June 4, 2007, and June 2, 2008.
B Session classes began June 19, 2006, June 18, 2007, and June 16, 2008.
C and D Sessions began July 10, 2006, July 9, 2007, and July 7, 2008.
Enrollment
p
Dept
2006
CI
306
-14.1%
263
-15.2%
CNSA
449
-15.6%
379
-13.5%
EALR
435
10.6%
481
-8.9%
PSY
490
-8.2%
450
SIP
828
16.9%
968
ED Total
2508
1.3%
2541
2007
Open Sections
2008
2006
2007
223
42
11.9%
47
-4.3%
328
42
-4.8%
40
-12.5%
438
51
3.9%
53
-7.5%
-7.3%
417
80
-3.8%
77
-4.4%
925
72
19.4%
86
-8.3%
2331
287
5.6%
303
Sections with Enrollment
2008
2006
45
35
-8.6%
32
6.3%
34
35
41
-9.8%
37
-8.1%
34
49
43
-9.3%
39
-7.7%
36
-9.1%
70
60
-8.3%
55
-12.7%
48
-8.1%
79
58
15.5%
67
-10.4%
60
-8.3%
278
237
-3.0%
230
-7.8%
212
The data from the above chart was pulled on 6/5/06, 6/4/07, and 6/2/08.
The data includes all campuses, study abroad, Independent Learning, and Cohort courses.
Page 16
2007
2008
COLLEGE DATA: College of Health
and Human Services
The following information compares enrollment and sections offered by department .
BG Campus/Web
Regional Campus
Special Location
Study Abroad
2006 2007
Totals
Dept
2006
2007
2008
2006
2007
2008
2006
2007
2008
2008
2006
ALHL
63
65
74
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
63
3.2%
2007
65
13.8%
2008
74
CD
393
431
495
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
14
393
9.7%
431
18.1%
509
477
CFS
359
392
465
20
17
6
0
6
0
0
0
6
379
9.5%
415
14.9%
NURS
98
136
159
0
17
12
0
0
0
3
0
0
101
51.5%
153
11.8%
171
PHY
343
312
356
61
77
46
0
52
10
0
4
31
404
10.1%
445
-0.4%
443
561
PUBH
409
338
462
54
66
99
0
0
0
0
0
0
463
-12.7%
404
38.9%
SWRK
131
245
202
16
25
28
0
4
78
1
0
1
148
85.1%
274
12.8%
309
HH Total
1796
1919
2213
151
202
191
0
62
88
4
4
52
1951
12.1%
2187
16.3%
2544
The data from this chart comes from numbers collected on the start date of each session.
May Session and Full Term classes began May 15, 2006, May 14, 2007, and May 12, 2008.
A Session classes began June 5, 2006, June 4, 2007, and June 2, 2008.
B Session classes began June 19, 2006, June 18, 2007, and June 16, 2008.
C and D Sessions began July 10, 2006, July 9, 2007, and July 7, 2008.
Enrollment
2007
Open Sections
Dept
2006
2008
2006
ALHL
65
3.1%
67
10.4%
74
4
75.0%
2007
7
Sections with Enrollment
2008 2006
2007
0.0%
7
4
25.0%
5
2008
20.0%
6
CD
368
6.5%
392
14.5%
449
24
45.8%
35
34.3%
47
24
45.8%
35
28.6%
45
CFS
385
5.5%
406
17.0%
475
43
4.7%
45
-28.9%
32
35
0.0%
35
-11.4%
31
NURS
96
57.3%
151
11.9%
169
22
-4.5%
21
14.3%
24
15
26.7%
19
10.5%
21
44
PHY
402
12.4%
452
-0.2%
451
56
32.1%
74
-27.0%
54
38
52.6%
58
-24.1%
PUBH
443
-8.1%
407
27.5%
519
91
-18.7%
74
2.7%
76
55
-7.3%
51
15.7%
59
SWRK
136
86.8%
254
21.3%
308
36
27.8%
46
2.2%
47
15
73.3%
26
19.2%
31
1895
12.3%
2129
14.8%
276
9.4%
302
-5.0%
186
23.1%
229
3.5%
237
HH Total
2445
287
The data from the above chart was pulled on 6/5/06, 6/4/07, and 6/2/08.
The data includes all campuses, study abroad, Independent Learning, and Cohort courses.
Page 17
COLLEGE DATA: University College
The following information compares enrollment and sections offered by department .
BG Campus/Web
Study Abroad
Totals
Dept
2006
2007
2008
2006
2007
2008
2006
ACAD
11
65
57
0
0
0
11
491%
2007
65
-12.3%
2008
57
COOP
7
3
5
0
0
0
7
-57.1%
3
66.7%
5
HON
4
8
16
11
0
0
15
-46.7%
8
100%
16
LEAD
17
23
62
5
0
0
22
4.5%
23
170%
62
55
-30.9%
38
154
15.6%
178
WOMN
28
55
38
5
0
0
33
66.7%
IS Total
67
154
178
21
0
0
88
75.0%
The data from this chart comes from numbers collected on the start date of each session.
May Session and Full Term classes began May 15, 2006, May 14, 2007, and May 12, 2008.
A Session classes began June 5, 2006, June 4, 2007, and June 2, 2008.
B Session classes began June 19, 2006, June 18, 2007, and June 16, 2008.
C and D Sessions began July 10, 2006, July 9, 2007, and July 7, 2008.
Enrollment
Dept
2006
2007
Open Sections
2008
2006
2007
Sections with Enrollment
2008
2006
2007
2008
ACAD
7
486%
41
-12.2%
36
3
33.3%
4
0.0%
4
2
100%
4
0.0%
4
COOP
7
-57.1%
3
66.7%
5
4
0.0%
4
25.0%
5
2
-50.0%
1
100%
2
HON
13
-61.5%
5
220%
16
21
47.6%
31
-71.0%
9
5
-80.0%
1
500%
6
LEAD
22
-4.5%
21
195%
62
9
-11.1%
8
0.0%
8
3
0.0%
3
100%
6
WOMN
34
52.9%
52
-32.7%
35
5
20.0%
6
-33.3%
4
5
0.0%
5
-40.0%
3
IS Total
83
47.0%
122
26.2%
154
42
26.2%
53
-43.4%
30
17
-17.6%
14
50.0%
21
The data from the above chart was pulled on 6/5/06, 6/4/07, and 6/2/08.
The data includes all campuses, study abroad, Independent Learning, and Cohort courses.
Page 18
COLLEGE DATA: Ogden College of Science
and Engineering
The following information compares enrollment and sections offered by department .
BG Campus/Web
Regional Campus
Special Location
Study Abroad
2006 2007
Totals
Dept
2006
2007
2008
2006
2007
2008
2006
2007
2008
2008
2006
AGRI
53
40
41
0
9
17
0
0
0
0
0
0
53
-7.5%
2007
49
AMS
75
145
188
10
0
15
0
0
0
0
0
0
85
70.6%
2008
18.4%
58
145
40.0%
203
517
BIOL
416
449
401
189
163
106
0
0
0
7
13
10
612
2.1%
625
-17.3%
CHEM
334
309
326
9
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
343
-9.9%
309
5.5%
326
CS
81
207
81
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
81
156%
207
-60.9%
81
102
ENGR
93
89
102
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
93
-4.3%
89
14.6%
GEO
186
128
106
46
36
24
0
7
20
9
0
12
241
-29.0%
171
-5.3%
162
MATH
329
265
248
62
72
32
0
0
0
0
0
0
391
-13.8%
337
-16.9%
280
PHYA
95
84
64
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
95
-11.6%
84
-23.8%
64
SC Total
1662
1716
1557
316
280
194
0
7
20
16
13
22
1994
1.1%
2016 -11.1% 1793
The data from this chart comes from numbers collected on the start date of each session. May Session and Full Term classes began
5/15/06, 5/14/07, and 5/12/08. A Session classes began 6/5/06, 6/4/07, and 6/2/08. B Session classes began 6/19/06, 6/18/07,
6/16/08. C and D Sessions began 7/10/06, 7/9/07, and 7/7/08.
Enrollment
Dept
2006
AGRI
56
-16.1%
47
Open Sections
2007
2008
2006
36.2%
64
40
2007
Sections with Enrollment
2008 2006
2007
2008
-7.5%
37
16.2%
43
24
-29.2%
17
-5.9%
16
AMS
77
72.7%
133
49.6%
199
31
22.6%
38
-28.9%
27
16
25.0%
20
20.0%
24
BIOL
625
-1.0%
619
-15.8%
521
93
-25.8%
69
-11.6%
61
49
-2.0%
48
0.0%
48
CHEM
346
-9.2%
314
4.8%
329
52
5.8%
55
0.0%
55
31
0.0%
31
-3.2%
30
10
CS
85
118%
185
-61.1%
72
18
77.8%
32
-50.0%
16
17
29.4%
22
-54.5%
ENGR
95
-1.1%
94
9.6%
103
8
12.5%
9
44.4%
13
8
12.5%
9
44.4%
13
GEO
223
-29.1%
158
3.8%
164
105
-36.2%
67
7.5%
72
40
-32.5%
27
55.6%
42
MATH
390
-10.0%
351
-16.2%
294
34
-11.8%
30
3.3%
31
31
-9.7%
28
-14.3%
24
PHYA
96
-16.7%
80
-7.5%
74
8
-37.5%
5
20.0%
6
8
-37.5%
5
20.0%
6
SC Total
1993
-0.6%
1981
-8.1%
1820
389
-12.1%
342
-5.3%
324
224
-7.6%
207
2.9%
213
The data from the above chart was pulled on 6/5/06, 6/4/07, and 6/2/08.
The data includes all campuses, study abroad, Independent Learning, and Cohort courses.
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Appendix Post‐Summer Student Survey Results Post‐Summer Faculty Survey Results Summer Sessions Weekly Progress Report Special Instructional Assignment Form Quality Enhancement Plan Data Benchmark Data from the North American Association of Summer Sessions (NAASS) Joint Statistical Report from Summer 2007 Page 20 Post-Summer Sessions 2008 Survey
www.wku.edu/summer
Student Survey
This online survey was sent via email to 6154 Summer Session students August 20, 2008.
Of these students, 625 (10%) responded, presenting us with the following information.
1 What year will you be during the 2008 Fall Semester?
6.4% 5.0%
10.9%
FR
SO
JR
26.6%
19.5%
Of the 616 students who responded to the
survey, over half were Juniors and Seniors
at WKU.
SR
GR
Other
31.7%
2 Are you?
For this survey, traditional is characterized
by those 23 years of age and younger.
Those 24 and older are considered
non-traditional. 62.8% of this survey's
respondents were non-traditional students.
23 years old or
younger?
36.6%
63.4%
24 y
years old or older?
3 What is your major?
The following represents the departments that had the largest number of students participate
in the Winter Term Survey
Elementary Education
Nursing
Business Administration
Biology
Psychology
55
41
29
25
24
8.8%
6.6%
4.6%
4.0%
3.8%
Exceptional Education
Social Work
Middle Grades Education
Secondary Education
Communication Disorders
21
20
18
18
18
4 What type of class did you take during Summer Session 2008?
General Education
169
27.0%
Study abroad
7
Class in my major or minor
337
53.9%
Travel in the US
0
Graduate level
167
26.7%
Personal interest
12
Elective
48
7.7%
other
18
5 Which type of class would you recommend WKU to offer during Summer Sessions in the future?
(Check all that apply)
General Education
342
54.7%
Study abroad
135
Class in my major or minor
425
68.0%
Travel in the US
119
Graduate level
241
38.6%
Personal interest
144
Elective
209
33.4%
Other
40
6 If you dropped or Withdrew from your Summer Session class, please tell us why.
Finances
16
2.6%
Class was dropped
14
Lack of financial aid
17
2.7%
Other
42
Changed my mind
25
4.0%
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3.4%
3.2%
2.9%
2.9%
2.9%
1.1%
0.0%
1.9%
2.9%
21.6%
19.0%
23.0%
6.4%
2.2%
6.7%
2008 Summer Sessions Student Survey Cont.
7 What reason(s) motivated you to take a Summer Session class?
350
300
250
200
150
100
50
0
Graduate
sooner
Reduce my
load during
Fall or Spring
semesters
Take a class
to fullfil gen
ed
requirement
Take a
prerequisite
for a Spring
course
Repeat a
course
Other
8 Where was your Summer Session class taught? If you took more than one, you may choose more
than one location.
1.1%
4.8%
Bowling Green Campus
5.9%
47.8%
Elizabethtown, Owensboro, or Glasgow
Online
45.4%
13.1%
BGCC
Study abroad/US Travel
Offsite
9 How did you get information about the WKU Summer Session? (Check all that apply)
204
32.6%
Winter Term website
183
29.3%
Email
68
10.9%
Posters/Flyers
34
5.4%
Mail
16
2.6%
The Herald
253
40.5%
Western's online schedule bulletin
175
28.0%
Academic advisor/dept
85
13.6%
Instructor
68
10.9%
Family/friends
5
0.8%
Facebook
29
4.6%
Other
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2008 Summer Sessions Student Survey Cont.
10 Did you take a class during 2008 Winter Term?
Yes
26.4%
No
73.6%
11 Do you plan on taking a class during the 2009 Winter Term?
Yes
33.4%
No
37.2%
Undecided
29.4%
12 Are you interested in taking a Study abroad class during a future WKU Summer Session?
Yes
15.9%
No
65.0%
Undecided
19.1%
13 With 1 being the lowest and 5 the highest, how did your 2008 Summer Session class(es) compare
to your expectations?
Average Rank
Met Your Expecations?
1
2
3
4
5
(4.1)
14 With 1 being the lowest and 5 the highest, how would you rate your Summer learning experience
compared to Fall or Spring semester classes?
Average Rank
Experience compared to Fall/Spring?
1
2
3
4
5
(3.9)
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Post-Summer Sessions 2008 Survey
www.wku.edu/summer
Faculty Survey
An online survey was also sent via email to WKU faculty teaching during Winter Term.
Of the 421 Faculty, 104 responded, presenting us with the following information.
What type of class did you teach during Summer Sessions 2008? (Check all that apply)
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
General Class as Class as Elective
Education a part of a a part of a
major or graduate
degree
minor
program
Study
Abroad
Online
Other
Will you offer this class in a future Summer Sessions?
Yes
2.9%
24.0%
No
73.1%
I don't know yet
What type of classes would you recommend WKU offers more of in the future Summer Sessions?
(Check all that apply)
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
General
Education
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Class as a part Class as a part
of a major or
of a graduate
minor
degree program
Elective
Study Abroad
US Travel
Online
No opinion
Other
Summer 2008 Weekly Report
Summer Enrollment, Head Count, and Credit Hour Summary
*Census Data*
8/1/2008
College
Potter
Gordon Ford
Community College
Education
Health & Human Services
University College
Ogden
Totals
Course Enrollments
2634
1052
668
2327
2461
175
1772
11089
Student Profile Information
Course Enrollments
Online
4280
144
Study Abroad
Head Count by Student Type
FRESHMEN
345
SOPHOMORES
601
JUNIORS
897
SENIORS
2155
101 UG Total
UG P1-POST BACCALAUREATE DEGREE SEEKING
P2-3
16
UN-UNDERGRADUATE NON DEGREE SEEKING
177
HS-HIGH SCHOOL
32
AJ - ACADEMY JUNIORS
9
AS - ACADEMY SENIORS
3
4336
MASTERS DEGREE
1246
CD - COOPERATIVE DOCTORATE
11
GS - SPECIALIST STUDENT
17 GR Total
GR
GN - GRADUATE NON DEGREE SEEKING
311
RANK 1
150
RANK 2
54
1789
Total Head Count
6125
Credit Hours
7807.50
3196.00
2014.00
6842.00
7295.50
393.50
4743.50
32292.00
Credit Hours
12641.00
400.00
*These Student Type
numbers are head count
numbers, not course
enrollments.
Summer Student Count Progress
7000
6000
5000
2006
4000
2007
3000
2008
2000
1000
College
Potter College
College of Business
Community College
College of Education
College of Health & Human Services
University College
Ogden College
Total Sections
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24-Aug
14-Aug
4-Aug
25-Jul
15-Jul
5-Jul
25-Jun
15-Jun
5-Jun
26-May
16-May
6-May
26-Apr
16-Apr
6-Apr
27-Mar
17-Mar
0
# Sections
335
86
66
222
238
20
218
1185
Summer Sessions
DELO
ap,bl
For Payroll use only
Pay ID
F/P
Prepared by/Phone number
Date
Revised:
2/29/2008
Amount Index Account
$0
0
200023
Office of the Provost and
Vice-President for Academic Affairs
Terms of Employment for Special Instructional Assignments for Summer Sessions
NOTE: This form is to be completed for all PT Faculty Instructional Assignments and for FT Faculty Instructional Assignments during the Summer Sessions. Do NOT complete
this form unless a stipend is being paid for the assignment. Only ONE Banner Index Number can be reported on each form. Only ONE Location can be reported on each
individual form.
Employee Information
Employee Name
Home Address
Home Phone
SSN
WKU ID
City
State
Department
Zip Code
Email Address
Please answer all four questions in this section.
Is the employee whose name is listed above:
a current WKU Staff Employee?
a current WKU FT Faculty Employee?
a former WKU Employee?
a WKU Retiree?
Course Information
On which campus will the courses listed below be taught?
Session
Year
NOTE: If courses listed below are web-based or ITV, select the location
from which the course is broadcast, NOT the location of the instructor.
Course Subject,
Number &
Section
Course Title
CRN
Workload or
BiCredit
Term?
Hours
Web
Class?
Level
Salary or
Emeritus
Salary
Amount
Amount
Banner Index from which the courses listed above will be paid:
200023
Adjustment to the Amount Paid:
Make general comments in the space below and/or provide an explanation for any amount listed in the blue "Adjustment" field above:
Total amount paid for this Special Instructional Assignment:
This is to certify my agreement to teach the class(es) indicated above according to the conditions and expectations of Western Kentucky University. I understand that the
class(es) may be held, at the University's discretion, on the Main Campus, at the Community College and/or Extended Campus sites or other designated locations.
I have read and agree to the Terms of Employment as described in the attached document.
Employee
Date
Approvals - PLEASE SIGN IN BLUE INK
I certify that the above named individual is fully qualified to teach the course(s) assigned.
Dept. Head
Date
Dean
Date
DELO
Date
VP/AA
Date
$0
Terms of Employment
1. The instructor agrees to abide by the rules and policies of the academic unit and the University set forth in official
publications or announced by the Dean’s office or the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs.
2. The instructor affirms that he/she is fully qualified and prepared to teach the courses assigned and that all representations in
his/her vita, resume, or credentials are accurate. Part-time instructors may teach up to 9 undergraduate credit hours or 6
graduate credit hours during the summer term. Regular full-time 9-month faculty may teach up to 9 credit hours during the
summer term.
3. The instructor agrees to meet each scheduled class at the time and place assigned by the Dean or Department Head and to
administer the final course examinations and any required course evaluations as scheduled. In the event of an unavoidable
absence, the instructor will notify the Department Head in time to arrange a substitute or to cancel the class. The instructor
agrees to make arrangements with students so that work missed due to class cancellations may be made up.
4. For Part-Time Faculty: The instructor agrees to meet, as needed, before classes begin with the Department for orientation
(i l di di
(including
discussion
i off guidelines
id li
and
d syllabus
ll b preparation,
ti
selection
l ti and
d use off textbooks
t tb k and
d materials,
t i l examination
i ti
schedules, and specific requirements). Students are to be provided a complete copy of the class syllabus, course requirements,
and basis for grading during the first week of classes, and to be given written notice of all subsequent changes in the syllabus,
course requirements, and basis for grading. The instructor also agrees to post the syllabus on TopNet. The University reserves
the right to terminate part or all of the agreement (i.e., one or more courses) at any time with prorated payment for classes
already met by the instructor. Reasons for termination of this contract include, but are not limited to: insufficient enrollment,
failure to adhere to academic unit and University policies, or unsatisfactory performance. An instructor may appeal employment
termination or take grievances regarding unfair conditions to the Department Head for review. Such appeals or grievances are
subject to final review by the Dean of the academic unit or his/her designee. In non-departmentalized colleges, the initial review
shall be by the Dean with final review by the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs. This contract confers no credit
toward tenure or any right of re-employment. This contract represents the entire agreement between the parties regarding this
teaching assignment and supersedes all other understandings, written, or oral.
5. Additional stipulations specific to this assignment:
Summer/Winter QEP Data
Enrollment
2006 2007 2008
Alternate Delivery (Summer)
Alternate Delivery (Winter)
Yearly Totals
5451
860
6311
6231
1032
7263
6587
1377
7964
# Sections w/ Enrollment
2006
2007
2008
568
75
643
619
89
708
670
107
777
*Enrollment = Course Enrollment
Background Data
Summer Sessions
Online Enrollment
2006
2671
2007
3501
# Sections w/ Enrollment 2008
4130
2006
205
2007
247
2008
277
263
447
231
941
46
54
46
146
57
48
49
154
41
41
38
120
246
12
19
29
*Data was pulled from ASA Report: STU SEC ENROLL‐Student/Course Section/Hour count by Session
**This data excludes Independent Learning courses.
Regional Campuses
Elizabethtown
Glasgow
Owensboro
Total Regional Campuses
340
644
328
1312
385
624
296
1305
*Data collected from ASA Report: ENROLL‐Student/Course Enrollment by Term/Campus
Study Abroad
124
131
*Information provided by the Study Abroad Office. In 2008, students traveled to the following locations: Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bejing, Belgium
Belize, China, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, Denmark, Ecuador, England, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Malaysia, Mediteranean
Mexico, Netherlands, Poland, Scotland, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Taiwan, and Vietnam. Includes WKU credit, consortium, and noncredit enrollments
Evening Courses
Evening Courses
808
637
513
84
71
64
23
21
23
*Data was pulled from ASA Report: STU SEC ENROLL‐Student/Course Section/Hour count by Session
**This data does NOT include Regional Campus courses.
Weekend Courses
296
278
340
*Data was pulled from ASA Report: STU SEC ENROLL‐Student/Course Section/Hour count by Session
**This data does NOT include Regional Campus courses.
Independent Learning
139
277
268
77
85
121
82
139
17
19
33
4
3
3
*Data collected from ASA Report: CRS SEC ENROLL‐by College
Special Locations
80
*Data collected from ASA Report: ENROLL‐Student/Course Enrollment by Term/Campus. Locations include Cookeville‐TN,
Paducah‐KY, and Mammoth Cave‐KY
IVS Data
21
20
10
*Data was pulled from ASA Report: STU SEC ENROLL‐Student/Course Section/Hour count by Session
**This data does NOT include Regional Campus courses.
Winter Term
Online
Enrollment
2006
595
2007
705
# Sections w/ Enrollment 2008
1117
2006
40
2007
51
2008
77
17
22
22
61
3
2
6
11
5
6
5
16
3
5
3
11
103
10
10
8
10
9
8
4
3
3
*Data was pulled from ASA Report: STU SEC ENROLL‐Student/Course Section/Hour count by Session
**This data exclusdes Independent Learning courses.
Regional Campuses
Elizabethtown
Glasgow
Owensboro
Total Regional Campuses
31
11
23
65
28
22
21
71
*Data collected from ASA Report: ENROLL‐Student/Course Enrollment by Term/Campus
Study Abroad
87
132
*Information provided by the Study Abroad Office. In 2008, students traveled to the following locations: Yucatan, Bahamas,
Costa Rica, Malaysia, Belize, India, Germany, and London/Dublin. Includes WKU credit, consortium, and noncredit enrollments
Evening Courses
83
71
55
*Data was pulled from ASA Report: STU SEC ENROLL‐Student/Course Section/Hour count by Session
**This data does NOT include Regional Campus courses.
Weekend Courses
30
53
41
*Data was pulled from ASA Report: STU SEC ENROLL‐Student/Course Section/Hour count by Session
**This data does NOT include Regional Campus courses.
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Table 1: Five‐Year Trend (2003‐2007) Undergraduate Summer Enrollment
Name
2003
+‐Pct=
2004
+‐Pct=
2005
+‐Pct=
2006
+‐Pct=
2007
5092
11179
‐0.2%
‐8.3%
5083
10255
‐1.1%
10141
3945
1.8%
4873
‐2.7%
4739
‐1.1%
0.0%
9.5%
4858
4369
2995
1.3%
1.4%
‐0.5%
4922
4431
2980
Public; Fall Size Range 15,001‐20,000
Appalachian State University
Clemson University
Eastern Kentucky University
Missouri State University
Montclair State University
Northern Arizona University
Oregon State University
St. Cloud State University
SUNY ‐ Univ. at Albany
Univ. of California ‐ Riverside
Univ. of Cambridge
Univ. of Missouri ‐ St. Louis
Univ. of Nevada ‐ Reno
4681
10728
‐1.2%
‐4.2%
4626
10279
10.1%
8.8%
5009
‐2.6%
4881
‐1.9%
4341
4492
3145
5298
12.4%
‐2.8%
‐10.5%
4881
4368
2814
0.6%
0.0%
‐2.8%
3928
5.1%
3651
4128
Univ. of North Carolina ‐ Greensboro
Univ. of Univ
of Virg
Virginia
inia
Western Kentucky University
3728
2270
‐0
0.7%
7%
4762
4698
4788
3732
4910
4369
2734
12284
Category Mean:
7.8%
4448
‐0.9%
4407
6.1%
4676
7.5%
7
5%
1.8%
‐17.6%
3182
2695
4304
4602
‐1.9%
‐7.6%
3.3%
‐2.1%
2253
4717
4660
‐7.7%
8.0%
4353
5030
‐2.9%
11.0%
2506
4227
5586
3917
5570
6267
7200
‐13.5%
‐1.3%
‐6.8%
‐0.7%
5014
3388
5496
5843
7147
6.6%
‐14.8%
‐2.9%
0.4%
2.4%
5347
2885
5334
5869
7318
‐0.5%
‐1.0%
‐5.9%
‐1.6%
2870
5278
5524
7201
11244
7829
8470
8174
10.7%
‐4.9%
9375
7776
‐16.9%
23.5%
7531
7792
9602
‐0.1%
‐1.7%
‐3.6%
7525
7659
9261
Public; Fall Size Range 20,001‐30,000
Bowling Green State University
California State Univ. ‐ Sacramento
Colorado State University
East Carolina University
George Mason University
Illinois State University
Miami University (OH)
Middle Tennessee State Univ.
North Carolina State University
Portland State University
SUNY ‐ Stony Brook Univ.
SUNY ‐ Univ. at Buffalo
Univ. of California ‐ Davis
Univ. of California ‐ San Diego
Univ. of California ‐ Santa Barbara
Univ. of Colorado ‐ Boulder
Univ. of Connecticut
‐4.0%
1.8%
5179
5103
7437
4469
4911
7226
7798
6070
5015
7284
8078
6638
‐0.2%
0.1%
3.7%
7269
8090
6885
9687
‐0.8%
2.3%
10000
7214
8279
57.5%
15260
0.2%
8294
1.3%
8203
8399
6545
6394
Table 1: Five‐Year Trend (2003‐2007) Undergraduate Summer Enrollment (Continued)
Name
2003
+‐Pct=
2004
+‐Pct=
2005
+‐Pct=
2006
+‐Pct=
2007
Public; Fall Size Range 20,001‐30,000 (Continued)
Univ. of Delaware
Univ. of Hawaii ‐ Manoa
Univ. of Illinois ‐ Chicago
Univ. of Iowa
Univ. of Kentucky
Univ. of Manitoba
Univ. of Massachusetts ‐ Amherst
Univ. of Missouri ‐ Columbia
Univ. of Nebraska ‐ Lincoln
Univ. of Nevada ‐ Las Vegas
Univ. of New Mexico
Univ. of North Carolina ‐ Chapel Hill
Univ. of North Carolina ‐ ‐ Charlotte
Univ. of Oregon
Univ. of Tennessee ‐ Knoxville
Virginia Commonwealth Univ.
Virginia Tech
Washington State University
West Virginia University
3276
‐2.6%
3191
‐5.6%
3012
6627
2.1%
3075
‐0.7%
3052
6643
5381
6537
6184
‐8.4%
‐6.4%
‐2.5%
4927
6117
6030
7995
1.0%
‐0.1%
6180
6021
0.7%
‐1.4%
4590
6225
5934
0.3%
6246
3191
5375
5602
13269
54.4%
4927
‐38.4%
9033
3036
6.0%
14060
6.2%
5475
14935
6473
6173
5797
3221
6669
4957
4294
5498
6600
‐7.9%
‐‐1
1.8%
8%
5963
6063
0.1%
‐‐0
0.7%
7%
5969
6019
5499
6.7%
‐1.4%
‐0.8%
6.4%
‐5.1%
7116
4887
4261
5849
6266
4.2%
5090
3.0%
‐2.9%
6022
6448
5874
‐3.3%
5682
‐1.4%
6397
5672
0.7%
5713
13.3%
5834
‐0.3%
5814
‐0.3%
6084
Category Mean:
3957
5977
6447
2.4%
‐12.5%
‐3.5%
4053
5229
6225
5.9%
5.1%
6.0%
Table 2: Five‐Year Trend (2003‐2007) Undergraduate Summer Semester Credit Hours
Name
2003
+‐Pct=
2004
+‐Pct=
2005
+‐Pct=
2006
+‐Pct=
2007
29704
32233
1.2%
‐2.4%
30049
31462
0.1%
‐4.9%
30083
29920
6.8%
6.4%
32132
31828
‐6.1%
29885
21908
26925
‐0.5%
26782
‐3.2%
36841
27159
17558
43820
10.3%
‐2.5%
‐4.0%
40640
26488
16850
19980
20056
13663
‐0.2%
Public; Fall Size Range 15,001‐20,000
Appalachian State University
Clemson University
Eastern Kentucky University
Missouri State University
Montclair State University
Northern Arizona University
Oregon State University
St. Cloud State University
SUNY ‐ Univ. at Albany
Univ. of California ‐ Riverside
Univ. of Missouri ‐ St. Louis
Univ. of Nevada ‐ Reno
Univ. of North Carolina ‐ Greensboro
Univ. of Virginia
Western Western Kentucky University
Kentucky University
Category Mean:
2.4%
26570
‐4.1%
25488
1.1%
2.1%
‐4.0%
21942
25935
20864
41095
27047
16172
‐6.8%
0.0%
4.9%
38281
27047
16966
0.0%
‐1.7%
0.5%
38299
26598
17045
18931
19946
12.4%
22420
2.7%
23026
5.3%
‐6.4%
13651
26017
25082
‐31.0%
31.0%
1.0%
17943
25342
25
25.1%
.1%
2.1%
14514
22443
25867
15.6%
6.
6.9%
9%
‐6.6%
24252
17440
16782
23982
24168
21619
33871
42030
40635
‐19.0%
‐0.7%
‐6.0%
1.2%
33832
17506
33647
39527
41136
6.6%
‐5.5%
‐3.1%
‐1.5%
1.2%
36072
16536
32592
38952
41649
2.1%
‐3.8%
‐12.0%
0.4%
16884
31360
34275
41806
‐6.3%
‐8.6%
3.5%
21704
50963
50207
63633
‐3.2%
‐8.2%
48576
58416
‐4.2%
12.4%
48459
46516
65658
‐0.4%
‐6.9%
3.3%
48263
43292
67845
26794
‐0.1%
Public; Fall Size Range 20,001‐30,000
Bowling Green State University
California State Univ. ‐ Sacramento
Colorado State University
East Carolina University
George Mason University
Illinois State University
Miami University (OH)
Middle Tennessee State Univ.
North Carolina State University
Portland State University
SUNY ‐ Stony Brook Univ.
SUNY ‐ Univ. at Buffalo
Univ. of California ‐ San Diego
Univ. of California ‐ Santa Barbara
Univ. of Colorado ‐ Boulder
Univ. of Connecticut
‐3.9%
29374
31333
43280
23407
30970
46386
36882
29506
66154
50319
39576
‐43.2%
11.4%
4.8%
37589
56031
41488
30566
‐1.9%
2.9%
36858
57630
‐6.7%
53741
5.2%
14383
56511
38700
32428
Table 2: Five‐Year Trend (2003‐2007) Undergraduate Summer Semester Credit Hours (Continued)
Name
2003
+‐Pct=
2004
+‐Pct=
2005
+‐Pct=
2006
+‐Pct=
2007
Public; Fall Size Range 20,001‐30,000 (Continued)
Univ. of Delaware
Univ. of Hawaii ‐ Manoa
Univ. of Illinois ‐ Chicago
Univ. of Iowa
Univ. of Kentucky
Univ. of Manitoba
Univ. of Massachusetts ‐ Amherst
Univ. of Missouri ‐ Columbia
Univ. of Nebraska ‐ Lincoln
Univ. of Nevada ‐ Las Vegas
Univ. of New Mexico
Univ. of North Carolina ‐ Chapel Hill
Univ. of North Carolina ‐ Charlotte
Univ. of Oregon
Univ. of Tennessee ‐ Knoxville
Virginia Commonwealth Univ.
Virginia Tech
Washington State University
West Virginia University
17014
‐1.4%
16775
‐7.4%
15530
41099
‐0.5%
15450
‐1.0%
15292
37894
31583
24343
17390
‐10.4%
40.1%
21804
24358
50744
0.3%
‐0.6%
21872
24218
‐2.0%
0.3%
21443
24301
0.4%
21536
16079
25848
32857
78182
‐9.2%
14604
4.8%
57411
15312
2.2%
79864
1.4%
32041
81006
39265
35799
35203
18156
37074
34896
26579
33055
36024
‐6.0%
‐1.1%
36890
35421
‐2.0%
0.7%
36167
35661
31921
8.3%
‐1.9%
‐0.4%
5.5%
1.4%
40135
34229
26482
34860
36533
3.3%
35349
7.9%
‐2.3%
37597
35689
34255
72660
30324
35861
‐4.3%
32769
0.3%
1.4%
36356
8.0%
36003
‐0.
0 7%
7%
35768
‐1.6%
‐1
6%
33123
Category Mean:
26427
28850
37763
‐2.3%
7.5%
‐5.5%
25826
31011
35686
2.9%
6.6%
0.9%
Table 3: Summer Enrollment by Level & Matriculation ‐ 2007
Undergraduate
Name
Matriculated
Visitors
Graduate
All‐UG
Matriculated
Total
Visitors
All‐GR
UGpct
GRpct
Count
Public; Fall Size Range 15,001‐20,000
Clemson University
Eastern Kentucky University
Montclair State University
Oregon State University
St. Cloud State University
SUNY ‐ Univ. at Albany
Univ. of Nevada ‐ Reno
Univ. of North Carolina ‐ Greensboro
Univ. of Virginia
Western Kentucky University
10141
3640
4030
4538
4034
2328
4285
3182
2467
4167
Category Mean: 4281
100.0%
92.3%
85.0%
92.2%
91.0%
78.1%
91.6%
100.0%
91.5%
96.8%
91.9%
0
305
709
384
397
652
391
0
228
137
320
0.0%
7.7%
15.0%
7.8%
9.0%
21.9%
8.4%
0.0%
8.5%
3.2%
8.1%
10141
3945
4739
4922
4431
2980
4676
3182
2695
4304
4602
3407
1551
1668
1269
860
1217
851
1007
1549
1401
1478
100.0%
95.5%
99.5%
65.3%
72.3%
86.0%
53.5%
100.0%
86.1%
72.1%
83.0%
0
73
8
675
330
198
739
0
250
542
282
0.0%
4.5%
0.5%
34.7%
27.7%
14.0%
46.5%
0.0%
13.9%
27.9%
17.0%
3407
1624
1676
1944
1190
1415
1590
1007
1799
1943
1760
74.9%
70.8%
73.9%
71.7%
78.8%
67.8%
74.6%
76.0%
60.0%
68.9%
71.7%
25.1%
29.2%
26.1%
28.3%
21.2%
32.2%
25.4%
24.0%
40.0%
31.1%
28.3%
13548
5569
6415
6866
5621
4395
6266
4189
4494
6247
6361
4899
4591
6894
4397
94.6%
90.0%
92.7%
98.4%
280
512
543
72
5.4%
10.0%
7.3%
1.6%
5179
5103
7437
4469
617
935
2951
1481
94.1%
91.9%
92.6%
58.7%
39
82
236
1043
5.9%
8.1%
7.4%
41.3%
656
1017
3187
2524
88.8%
83.4%
70.0%
63.9%
11.2%
16.6%
30.0%
36.1%
5835
6120
10624
6993
4534
92.3%
377
7.7%
1468
48.0%
1590
52.0%
6198
4796
7524
8030
6050
4473
2175
5129
79.5%
79.0%
91.7%
95.6%
92.4%
70.0%
71.3%
77.2%
1600
1274
679
369
495
1921
877
1514
20.5%
21.0%
8.3%
4.4%
7.6%
30.0%
28.7%
22.8%
1652
3584
341
484
645
1900
1376
1539
89.1%
84.1%
100.0%
100.0%
100.0%
88.3%
72.5%
64.4%
203
677
0
0
10.9%
15.9%
0.0%
0.0%
251
521
849
11.7%
27.5%
35.6%
9033
2044
100.0%
67.3%
992
32.7%
4911
7226
7798
6070
8203
8399
6545
6394
3052
6643
6246
9033
3036
480
942
100.0%
70.0%
404
30.0%
3058
1619
1855
4261
341
484
645
2151
1897
2388
5112
480
1346
61.6%
81.7%
80.8%
58.8%
96.0%
94.6%
91.0%
74.8%
61.7%
73.6%
55.0%
95.0%
69.3%
38.4%
18.3%
19.2%
41.2%
4.0%
5.4%
9.0%
25.2%
38.3%
26.4%
45.0%
5.0%
30.7%
7969
8845
9653
10331
8544
8883
7190
8545
4949
9031
11358
9513
4382
Public; Fall Size Range 20,001‐30,000
Colorado State University
East Carolina University
George Mason University
Illinois State University
Kent State University
Miami University (OH)
Middle Tennessee State Univ.
North Carolina State University
SUNY ‐ Stony Brook Univ.
Univ. of California ‐ San Diego
Univ. of California ‐ Santa Barbara
Univ. of Colorado ‐ Boulder
Univ. of Connecticut
Univ. of Delaware
Univ. of Hawaii ‐ Manoa
Univ. of Iowa
Univ. of Manitoba
Univ. of Massachusetts ‐ Amherst
Table 3: Summer Enrollment by Level & Matriculation ‐ 2007 (Continued)
Name
Matriculated
Undergraduate
Visitors
All‐UG
Matriculated
Graduate
Visitors
All‐GR
UGpct
Total
GRpct
Count
Public; Fall Size Range 20,001‐30,000 (Continued)
Univ. of Nebraska ‐ Lincoln
Univ. of Nevada ‐ Las Vegas
Univ. of North Carolina ‐ Chapel Hill
Univ. of North Carolina ‐ Charlotte
Univ. of Oregon
Univ. of Saskatchewan
Virginia Commonwealth Univ.
Virginia Tech
Washington State University
West Virginia University
Category Mean:
5283
11186
5460
5610
5114
96.5%
74.9%
91.5%
93.2%
93.0%
192
3749
509
409
385
3.5%
25.1%
8.5%
6.8%
7.0%
5475
14935
5969
6019
5499
2430
1737
926
1908
1772
79.7%
69.1%
71.3%
89.7%
67.3%
620
776
372
220
861
20.3%
30.9%
28.7%
10.3%
32.7%
3050
2513
1298
2128
2633
64.2%
85.6%
82.1%
73.9%
67.6%
35.8%
14.4%
17.9%
26.1%
32.4%
8525
17448
7267
8147
8132
5014
98.5%
76
1.5%
5090
1864
99.6%
8
0.4%
1872
73.1%
26.9%
11069
6962
5767
5646
95.8%
88.0%
255
813
4.2%
12.6%
6022
6448
3535
1571
70.3%
81.9%
1490
512
29.7%
20.0%
5025
2148
54.5%
75.0%
45.5%
25.0%
11047
8695
Table 4: Fall/Summer Enrollment & Summer Credit Loads ‐ 2007
Fall/Summer Enrollment
Fall Summer
Summer
2006
2007
% Fall
Name
Summer Semester‐Credit‐Hours and Average Loads
Undergraduate
Graduate
Students
Cr‐Hrs
Load
Students
Cr‐Hrs
Load
Public; Fall Size Range 15,001‐20,000
Clemson University
Eastern Kentucky University
Montclair State University
Oregon State University
St. Cloud State University
SUNY ‐ Univ. at Albany
Univ. of Nevada ‐ Reno
Univ. of North Carolina ‐ Greensboro
Univ. of Virginia
Western Kentucky University
Category Mean:
17309
15763
16076
19362
15327
17434
16769
16872
20000
18660
17357
13548
5569
6415
6866
5621
4395
6266
4189
4494
6247
6361
78.3%
35.3%
39.9%
35.5%
36.7%
25.2%
37.4%
24.8%
22.5%
33.5%
36.9%
10141
3945
4739
4922
4431
2980
4676
3182
2695
4304
4602
29885
21908
25488
38299
26598
17045
24252
17440
16782
23982
24168
2.9
5.6
5.4
7.8
6.0
5.7
5.2
5.5
6.2
5.6
5.6
3407
1624
1676
1944
1190
1415
1590
1007
1799
1943
1760
10837
8970
7454
12780
6062
7371
5671
4333
8639
10123
8224
3.2
5.5
4.4
6.6
5.1
5.2
3.6
4.3
4.8
5.2
4.8
5835
6120
10624
6993
7969
8845
9653
10331
8544
8883
7190
8545
4949
9031
11358
9513
4382
8525
17448
7267
8147
8132
11069
6962
11047
8695
23.7%
25.1%
35.5%
34.5%
36.5%
38.7%
33.5%
44.2%
31.8%
42.1%
24.5%
30.0%
24.3%
44.4%
37.9%
35.3%
16.9%
38.6%
62.3%
26.4%
36.4%
39.9%
36.9%
24.5%
40.2%
34.6%
5179
5103
7437
4469
4911
7226
7798
6070
8203
8399
6545
6394
3052
6643
6246
9033
3036
5475
14935
5969
6019
5499
29374
31333
43280
23407
30970
46386
5.7
6.1
5.8
5.2
6.3
6.4
4576
6170
12262
10365
19283
8365
7.0
6.1
3.8
4.1
6.3
5.2
36882
14383
56511
38700
32428
15292
37894
21536
57411
15312
32041
81006
36167
35661
31921
6.1
1.8
6.7
5.9
5.1
5.0
5.7
3.4
6.4
5.0
5.9
5.4
6.1
5.9
5.8
656
1017
3187
2524
3058
1619
1855
4261
341
484
645
2151
1897
2388
5112
480
1346
3050
2513
1298
2128
2633
14207
2728
3344
2944
15155
7555
10557
17412
3048
6699
13314
14523
5922
9771
13135
3.3
8.0
6.9
4.6
7.0
4.0
4.4
3.4
6.4
5.0
4.4
5.8
4.6
4.6
5.0
5090
6022
6448
35349
37597
35689
6.9
6.2
5.6
1872
5025
2148
9842
27018
10356
5.3
5.4
5.2
Public; Fall Size Range 20,001‐30,000
Colorado State University
East Carolina University
George Mason University
Illinois State University
Miami University (OH)
Middle Tennessee State Univ.
North Carolina State University
SUNY ‐ Stony Brook Univ.
Univ. of California ‐ San Diego
Univ. of California ‐ Santa Barbara
Univ. of Colorado ‐ Boulder
Univ. of Connecticut
Univ. of Delaware
Univ. of Hawaii ‐ Manoa
Univ. of Iowa
Univ. of Manitoba
Univ. of Massachusetts ‐ Amherst
Univ. of Nebraska ‐ Lincoln
Univ. of Nevada ‐ Las Vegas
Univ. of North Carolina ‐ Chapel Hill
Univ. of North Carolina ‐ Charlotte
Univ. of Oregon
Virginia Commonwealth Univ.
Virginia Tech
West Virginia University
Category Mean:
24670
24351
29899
20261
21856
22863
28857
23354
26868
21082
29400
28481
20380
20357
29979
26938
26000
22106
28010
27538
22388
20388
30000
28470
27498
25280
Table 5: Fiscal Obligations and Support
Page 1 of 1
Summer Session ( 2007) tuition and fees for credit courses are expected to cover:
Less than 100% of Instructional Costs.
100% of Instructional Costs Only.
100% of Instructional Costs plus year-round cost of Summer Session Office Only.
100% of Instructional Costs plus an overhead factor.
Fall Size Range
# Responses
<100% Instr-Cost
Instr-Cost-Only
Instr-Plus-Ofc
Instr-Plus-Overhead
Other
Public
54
<2,500
2,501 - 5,000
5,001 - 10,000
10,001 - 15,000
15,001 - 20,000
20,001 - 30,000
>30,000
All Public
1
7
18
15
10
28
12
0
0
0
2
0
1
2
0%
0%
0%
13%
0%
4%
17%
1
2
2
1
0
2
1
100%
29%
11%
7%
0%
7%
8%
0
0
2
2
1
1
2
0.00%
0.00%
11.11%
13.33%
10.00%
3.57%
16.67%
0
4
13
9
9
22
7
0%
57%
72%
60%
90%
79%
58%
0
1
1
1
0
2
0
0%
14%
6%
7%
0%
7%
0%
91
5
5%
9
10%
8
9%
64
70%
5
5%
11
17
17
10
2
3
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
0%
1
0
1
2
0
1
1
9%
0%
6%
20%
0%
33%
50%
1
3
1
0
0
0
0
9.09%
17.65%
5.88%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
9
13
15
7
2
2
1
82%
76%
88%
70%
100%
67%
50%
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0%
6%
0%
10%
0%
0%
0%
62
0
0%
6
10%
5
8%
49
79%
2
3%
153
5
3%
15
10%
13
8%
113
74%
7
5%
Private
<2,500
2,501 - 5,000
5,001 - 10,000
10,001 - 15,000
15,001 - 20,000
20,001 - 30,000
>30,000
All Private
All Responses:
Table 6: In-Person Courses - Average Counts by Category - Summer 2007
Fall Size Range
# Responses
All Courses
Offered
Offered Off-Campus
Count Pct
Page 1 of 1
Offered after 4:30
Count
Pct
Offered Weekends
Count Pct
Cancelled
Count Pct
Public
1
2
0
0%
2
100%
0
0%
2
100%
2,501 - 5,000
7
147
38
20%
36
20%
4
3%
19
14%
5,001 - 10,000
16
332
37
9%
60
20%
8
2%
38
12%
10,001 - 15,000
15
492
56
11%
66
12%
9
2%
61
12%
15,001 - 20,000
10
629
35
5%
79
14%
9
2%
38
7%
20,001 - 30,000
24
787
87
13%
105
13%
9
1%
84
11%
>30,000
10
1,591
98
7%
209
15%
10
1%
155
9%
83
660
61
11%
90
16%
64
12%
<2,500
10
89
8
8%
25
32%
3
3%
17
17%
2,501 - 5,000
17
246
20
8%
34
16%
2
1%
13
6%
5,001 - 10,000
14
219
25
10%
58
26%
14
4%
22
13%
10,001 - 15,000
7
320
18
5%
85
23%
8
2%
27
8%
15,001 - 20,000
1
1,162
11
1%
74
6%
24
2%
72
6%
20,001 - 30,000
2
394
73
18%
31
9%
0
0%
22
6%
>30,000
2
1,618
73
3%
346
24%
1
0%
26
4%
All Private:
53
293
23
8%
59
22%
20
10%
All responses:
136
46
10%
55
<2,500
All Public:
8
2%
Private
517
78
19%
7
8
2%
2%
47
11%
Table 7: Term Length with highest number of credit hour taught - Summer 2007
Fall Size Range
# Responses
3wk
4wk
5wk
6wk
7wk
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8wk
9wk
> 9wk
Private
<2,500
11
1
0
1
5
0
4
0
0
2,501 - 5,000
17
1
7
3
4
1
0
0
0
5,001 - 10,000
16
1
2
8
4
1
0
0
0
10,001 - 15,000
10
0
1
4
5
0
0
0
0
15,001 - 20,000
2
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
20,001 - 30,000
3
0
0
0
2
0
1
0
0
>30,000
2
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
61
3
10
16
22
2
7
0
0
2,501 - 5,000
7
2
0
2
1
0
2
0
0
5,001 - 10,000
18
0
3
8
3
1
1
0
2
10,001 - 15,000
15
3
3
4
1
1
2
0
1
15,001 - 20,000
10
1
1
6
1
0
0
0
0
20,001 - 30,000
28
1
2
9
10
1
4
0
0
>30,000
12
0
0
0
5
1
5
0
0
All Public
90
7
9
29
21
4
14
0
3
All responses:
151
10
19
45
43
6
21
0
3
All Private
56
Public
Table 8: Instructional Salaries: Most common method in Summer 2007
Public
Salary determination
Count
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Private
Pct
Count
All
Pct
Count
Pct
3
3%
0
0%
3
2%
Pct of Acad.Yr per course
20
22%
8
13%
28
19%
Pct of Acad.Yr per credit
23
26%
8
13%
31
21%
Flat amount per course - all ranks
5
6%
4
7%
9
6%
Flat amount per course - by rank
5
6%
5
8%
10
7%
Flat amount per credit - all ranks
2
2%
6
10%
8
5%
Flat amount per credit - by rank
12
13%
7
12%
19
13%
By enrollment
0
0%
5
8%
5
3%
Negotiated individually
1
1%
1
2%
2
1%
18
20%
16
27%
34
23%
Pct of Acad.Yr - all summer
57
Other
Ranges for various payment methods:
Min.
Avg.
Pct of Acad.Yr - all summer
9.6%
16.2%
28.0%
Pct of Acad.Yr per credit
2.1%
2.9%
3.8%
Flat amount per credit - all ranks
$730
$1,289
$2,050
Flat amount per credit - by rank (Assoc values)
Max.
$680
$1,396
$2,438
$1,382
$1,382
$1,382
7.5%
9.8%
11.5%
Flat amount per course - all ranks
$2,205
$4,130
$5,628
Flat amount per course - by rank (Assoc values)
$3,200
$5,202
$9,780
Other (Assoc values)
Pct of Acad.Yr per course
Table 9: Salary Details ‐ 2007
(Assoc. Prof. with 9‐month Salary of $64,400 teaching one 3‐cr English Lit class to 20 students)
(Assoc. Prof. if rank‐dependent)
Name
Example
Most Common Basis
Rate
Clemson University
Eastern Kentucky University
$ 7,200
$ 4,500
Pct of Acad. Yr per credit
Other
3.75%
Montclair State University
$ 3,075
Flat amount per credit‐by rank
$ 1,025
Comment:
Public; Fall Size Range 15,001‐20,000
3% of academic year salary X number of credit hours with a maximum of $1500/credit hour.
Oregon State University
$ 17,920
Pct of Acad. Yr ‐ all summer
28.0%
St. Cloud State University
$ 4,320
Pct of Acad. Yr per credit
2.25%
SUNY ‐ Univ. at Albany
$ 3,500
Flat amount per course‐by rank
$ 3,500
Univ. of Nevada ‐ Reno
$ 5,070
Flat amount per credit‐by rank
$ 1,690
Univ. of North Carolina ‐ Greensboro
$ 5,333
Pct of Acad. Yr per credit
2.8%
Univ. of Virginia
$ 7,385
Pct of Acad. Yr per course
11.5%
$ 4,000
Pct of Acad. Yr per course
8.0%
Western Kentucky University
Category Mean: $ 6,230
Public; Fall Size Range 20,001‐30,000
Colorado State University
$ 6,240
Pct of Acad. Yr per credit
3.25%
East Carolina University
$ 5,334
Pct of Acad. Yr per course
8.33%
George Mason University
$ 6,400
Pct of Acad. Yr per course
10.0%
Illinois State University
$ 7,111
Pct of Acad. Yr per course
11.0%
Miami University (OH)
Middle Tennessee State Univ.
$ 5,760
$ 6,000
Pct of Acad. Yr per credit
Other
3.0%
North Carolina State University
SUNY ‐ Stony Brook Univ.
$ 6,336
Pct of Acad. Yr per credit
Other
3.3%
Academic year salary times the number of adjusted credit hours of the course times 3.125%
Below a certain enrollment (15 UG, 10 GR) we reimburse
the dept a flat amt per credit. Above the min amt, the dept
is responsible for paying the instructor salary.
Univ. of California ‐ San Diego
Univ. of California ‐ Santa Barbara
$ 5,440
$ 7,104
Pct of Acad. Yr per course
Other
8.5%
UCSB faculty (senate‐level & lecturers) are paid 11.1% of their
academic‐yr salary. Assoc. (grad student instructors) and visiting instructors are paid 8.5% of a standard 9‐mo.base salary.
Univ. of Colorado ‐ Boulder
$ 5,560
Flat amount per course‐by rank
$ 5,560
Table 9: Salary Details ‐ 2007 (Continued)
(Assoc. Prof. with 9‐month Salary of $64,400 teaching one 3‐cr English Lit class to 20 students)
(Assoc. Prof. if rank‐dependent)
Name
Example
Most Common Basis
Rate
Comment:
Public; Fall Size Range 20,001‐30,000 (Continued)
Univ. of Connecticut
$ 5,440
Other
Grad assistants and adjuncts receive a stipend based on the
number of course credits. Regular faculty receive a stipend based
on the number of course credits for an enrollment of 6 students,
for each student over six, but less than 12, the stipe
Univ. of Delaware
$ 5,010
Pct of Acad. Yr per credit
2.25%
Univ. of Hawaii ‐ Manoa
$ 4,836
Flat amount per credit‐by rank
$ 1,612
Univ. of Iowa
$ 7,111
Pct of Acad. Yr per course
11.1%
Univ. of Manitoba
Univ. of Massachusetts ‐ Amherst
$ 4,100
$ 4,000
Flat amount per course‐by rank
Other
$ 4,100
Status (tenured, adjunct, etc), base amount, + $xxx for students
above a base amount
Univ. of Nebraska ‐ Lincoln
$ 5,376
Pct of Acad. Yr per credit
2.8%
Univ. of Nevada ‐ Las Vegas
Univ. of Nevada ‐ Las Vegas
$ $
7,314
Flat amount per credit‐
amount per credit‐by rank
$ 2,438
$ 2,438
Univ. of North Carolina ‐ Chapel Hill
$ 7,111
Pct of Acad. Yr per credit
3.7%
Univ. of North Carolina ‐ Charlotte
Univ. of Oregon
$ 6,400
$ 5,000
Pct of Acad. Yr per course
Pct of Acad. Yr per course
10.0%
10.0%
Maximum pay for a 4‐qtr hour course is 10% of the academic yr
base salary. However, most depts choose to pay a flat‐rate amount which is somewhat less than the 10% per course max‐
this flat rate varies among depts.
Univ. of Saskatchewan
$ 4,638
Flat amount per credit‐by rank
$ 1,546
Virginia Commonwealth Univ.
$ 4,480
Pct of Acad. Yr per credit
2.33%
Virginia Tech
$ 7,200
Pct of Acad. Yr per credit
3.75%
Washington State University
West Virginia University
$ 7,040
$ 3,500
Pct of Acad. Yr per course
Other
11.0%
Salaries determined by each college independently and vary according to the above options.
Category Mean: $ 5,763
Table 10: Distance/Online Courses - Averages by Category - Summer 2007
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(Among institutions reporting that they do offer any online courses in Summer)
Fall Size Range
# Responses
with Any Online
Online Crs
Count
Live Crs
Count
Online Pct
of Live
Online
Credit-Hrs
Public
2,501 - 5,000
6
40
111
43%
1,335
5,001 - 10,000
16
64
282
33%
5,479
10,001 - 15,000
14
68
453
17%
3,283
15,001 - 20,000
10
121
591
19%
4,444
20,001 - 30,000
18
141
745
21%
6,922
>30,000
12
101
1,483
7%
4,988
76
94
620
22%
4,902
<2,500
6
14
80
33%
493
2,501 - 5,000
9
25
308
17%
674
5,001 - 10,000
12
13
214
13%
1,292
10,001 - 15,000
4
28
411
8%
1,223
15,001 - 20,000
1
59
1,090
5%
2,250
20,001 - 30,000
3
20
372
2%
953
>30,000
2
116
1,605
5%
212
All Private:
37
25
349
16%
944
All responses:
113
72
533
20%
3,635
69
All Public:
Private
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