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The University of Wisconsin System

University Relations
1700 Van Hise Hall
1220 Linden Drive
Madison, Wisconsin 53706
Telephone: (608) 263-3961
November 2001

General Information Telephone Numbers, E-mail, Web Page Addresses

UW SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION/BOARD OF REGENTS NEWS:


University Relations: (608) 263-3961; Fax: (608) 265-3260
Board of Regents E-mail: board@uwsa.edu
UW System on the World Wide Web: http://www.wisconsin.edu

UW SYSTEM DIRECTORY OF EXPERTISE:


http://www.uwsa.edu/xpertise.htm

BUSINESS/INDUSTRY INFORMATION:
Call toll free 1-800-442-6461 or call (608) 263-3961.
Fax: (608) 265-3260

ACADEMIC AND STUDENT SERVICES INFORMATION:


Call toll-free from anywhere in the United States and ask for HELP,
the UW System Higher Education Location Program. Counselors will
provide up-to-date information on all UW System institutions, including
admission requirements, enrollment, degree programs, continuing
education opportunities, correspondence courses, fees and tuition,
student financial aid, etc. HELP counselors are available from 8 a.m. to
6 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Friday.
Call 1-800-442-6459. Nationwide toll-free TTY accessibility for the hearing
impaired is available by calling 1-800-442-4621. HELP Online, the
UW System’s electronic source for campus information, advising and
the undergraduate application can be found at: uwhelp.wisconsin.edu.

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Table of Contents

General Information
History and Organization of the University of Wisconsin System ......................................................................5
Presidents of the Board of Regents ..................................................................................................................7
Presidents of the University of Wisconsin System .............................................................................................7
Board of Regents.............................................................................................................................................8
Regents’ Meeting Schedule (through December 2002) ...................................................................................9
UW System Administration Officers ...............................................................................................................11
Chancellors ...................................................................................................................................................12
Colleges Deans .............................................................................................................................................13
Campus Capsules: Brief Facts on Each UW System Institution ........................................................................14
2001-2002 Academic Year Calendar..............................................................................................................16
2002-2003 Academic Year Calendar..............................................................................................................18
Physical Plant Statistics by Institution 2000-2001...........................................................................................20
All Owned Facilities by Year of Construction (chart).. .....................................................................................21

Academic Information
UW System Total Headcount Enrollments (graph) .........................................................................................25
UW System Total FTE Enrollments (graph) .....................................................................................................25
Report of Headcount Enrollments, Fall Term 2000 .........................................................................................26
UW System Student Headcount Enrollment, Fall 2000, By State of Origin......................................................28
Undergraduate Enrollments, M/F and Full-Time/Part-Time Status, Fall 2000 ................................................29
Fall FTE Enrollments Historical Table, 1972-2000 ...........................................................................................30
Fall Headcount Enrollments Historical Table, 1862-2000................................................................................31
Summer Session Headcount Enrollments, 2000 ............................................................................................34
UW-Extension 1999-2000 Teaching Contacts, Enrollments and Audience Counts ..........................................36
Bachelor’s Degrees Conferred July 1, 1999 through June 30, 2000 ...............................................................37
Graduate and Advanced Professional Degrees Conferred July 1, 1999 through June 30, 2000 .......................38
Multicultural Student Headcount Enrollments, 10-Year History ......................................................................39
Multicultural Undergraduate Student Enrollment, According to Sex, Fall 2000 .............................................39
Total Headcount Enrollment Detail By Race ...................................................................................................40
Degrees Conferred, 10-Year History of All Multicultural Groups, All Levels, By Year ........................................40

Financial Information
Undergraduate Student Costs for Academic Years 1996-97 to 2000-2001 .....................................................42
Overview of Financial Aid ..............................................................................................................................44
Summary of Financial Aid Provided in 1999-00 to UW System Students ........................................................44
Average Student Costs, 2000-2001 (chart) ....................................................................................................44
Financial Aid Provided to UW System Students, 1990-91 to 1999-2000, by Type of Aid.................................45
UW System Financial Aid Federal, State and Institutional Funding For Academic Year 1999-2000 ..................45
Budget Allocations by Institution and Source of Funds, 2000-2001 ...............................................................46
Source of Funds Spent, 1999-2000 (chart) ....................................................................................................48
State, Federal, Private and Other Funding for Instruction, Research and Public Service Functions, 1999-00 ...48
How Funds Were Spent: A Functional Breakdown of 1999-00 Expenditures (chart)........................................49
Total Educational Cost 2000-01 (chart) .........................................................................................................50
Percentage of Total Cost of Instruction Paid by Resident Undergraduate Students .........................................50
State Appropriations (GPR) as Percentage of Total UW System Annual Budgets, 10-Year History ....................51
Board of Regents Policy on Acceptance of Gifts, Grants and Bequests ............................................................52
UW System Gifts, Grants and Contracts, 10-Year Summary............................................................................52

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Faculty and Staff
Budgeted Faculty and Staff Positions, FTE, 2000-2001 ..................................................................................54
Budgeted Faculty (Headcount) by Institution and Rank, 2000-2001 .............................................................55
Average Academic Year Salaries of Full-Time Faculty as of 2000-2001 ............................................................56
Women Faculty by Rank, 5-Year History.........................................................................................................57
Multicultural Faculty by Gender as of October 2000......................................................................................58
Multicultural Faculty by Ethnic Group, October 2000 (graph) .......................................................................58

Wisconsin Statutes, Chapter 36


Wisconsin Statutes, Chapter 36 can be found on the Internet
through the Board of Regents web link at www.wisconsin.edu

For Easy Reference


General Information Telephone Numbers/Regents e-mail, UW System Web Page Addresses....inside front cover
Map of Campus Locations ......................................................................................................inside back cover
UW System Administrators................................................................................................................back cover
Index ............................................................................................................................................................59

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General

Information
History and Organization of the University of Wisconsin System

Merger of Two Systems of Higher Education


The University of Wisconsin System was created on October 11, 1971, by Chapter 100, Laws of 1971, which combined
the two public university systems of the state under a single board of regents. The 1971 legislature set July 1, 1973, as
the final date for completion of the merger, but the 1973 Assembly Bill 930, drafted with the help of a Merger Imple-
mentation Study Committee to achieve that objective, did not pass in the assembly until the spring session of 1974 and
died for lack of senate action when the regular session ended. The bill passed both houses, as Senate Bill 2, in the special
session in May 1974 and became law on July 9, 1974. The bill combined the former Chapter 36 (former University of
Wisconsin) and Chapter 37 (former Wisconsin State Universities) to create a new Chapter 36 (University of Wisconsin
System) of the Wisconsin Statutes.

Former University of Wisconsin


The pre-merger University of Wisconsin was created by the state constitution and state law in 1848. At the time of merger
in 1971, it consisted of the original land-grant university at Madison (1849); the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
(merged in 1956); UW-Green Bay (1968) and UW-Parkside (1968)1 plus 10 freshman-sophomore centers (now colleges) and
statewide Extension. Total 1971 enrollment was 69,554. Governance was by The Regents of the University of Wisconsin,
a board of 10 members, nine appointed by the governor and confirmed by the senate for nine-year terms, the tenth being
the state superintendent of public instruction who served ex-officio on both the UW and WSU boards.

Former Wisconsin State Universities


The Wisconsin State Universities system had its origins in an 1857 state law creating the Board of Regents of
Normal Schools. The first of nine such institutions was opened at Platteville in 1866 and the last at Eau Claire in 1916.
In 1927, the normal schools received authority to grant baccalaureate degrees in education and were renamed State
Teachers Colleges. With the addition of liberal arts programs in 1951, they became Wisconsin State Colleges2 and in 1964
were designated Wisconsin State Universities. At the time of merger in 1971, the board had 14 members, including the
state superintendent of public instruction and 13 citizens appointed by the governor and confirmed by the senate
for five-year terms. The WSU system, then governed by the board, consisted of the nine universities and four freshman-
sophomore branch campuses (now colleges) and had a total enrollment of 64,148.

The University of Wisconsin System


The 1971 merger law was approved after long debate by a margin of one vote in the senate. It combined the two systems
under a single Board of Regents, creating a system with 13 universities, 14 (now 133) freshman-sophomore centers (now
colleges), and statewide extension with offices in all 72 counties. Each university is named “University of Wisconsin-”
followed by the location or name. Each two-year college is named “University of Wisconsin-” followed by the city and/or
county in which it is located.

The Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System


The Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System consists of 17 members, 15 of whom are appointed by the
Governor subject to confirmation by the Senate. Of these 15 members, 14 serve staggered, seven-year terms. A current
UW System student is appointed to the board for a two-year term. The two ex officio members are the state superintend-
ent of public instruction and the president or a designee of the Wisconsin Technical College System Board.

1 Located between Racine and Kenosha.


2 UW-Stout was founded as a private institution in 1893. It was governed by a separate Board of Trustees from 1911
(when it became a state institution) until 1955 when it was designated part of the Wisconsin State Colleges system.
3 The center at Medford was closed in 1981 by state law.

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The board is responsible for establishing policies and rules for governing the system, planning to meet future state
needs for collegiate education, setting admission standards and policies, reviewing and approving university budgets and
establishing the regulatory framework within which the individual units are allowed to operate with as great a degree of
autonomy as possible. The board is empowered to appoint the president of the university system; the chancellors of the
13 universities, UW-Extension and the UW Colleges; and the deans who head each of the 13 colleges. All serve at the
pleasure of the board. The board grants tenure appointments to faculty members.
The regents meet monthly and serve without pay. The board president, vice president and a full-time secretary are
elected in June for one-year terms. The president of the board appoints members of the regents’ education, business and
finance, physical planning and funding, and personnel matters review committees; student discipline and student gov-
ernance appeals committees; special committees and external bodies. The regent executive committee consists of the pres-
ident, vice president, chairs of three standing committees, immediate past president and one other member appointed by
the president.

Administration
The president and chancellors of the University of Wisconsin System are charged with implementing regent policies and
with administration of the institutions. The system administration, located in Madison, is responsible to the president of
the system and assists the Board of Regents in establishing policies, reviewing the administration of such policies and
planning the programmatic, financial and physical development of the system.
As executive heads of their respective faculties and institutions, the chancellors are responsible for the administration
of their units, including curriculum design; degree requirements; academic standards; grading systems; faculty appoint-
ments, evaluation, promotion and recommendations for tenure; and auxiliary services and budget management.

Degree Programs
All 13 universities award bachelor’s and master’s degrees. UW-Madison and UW-Milwaukee also confer doctoral degrees.
For adults unable to attend classes at a campus, extended degree programs are offered through UW-Green Bay,
UW-Platteville, UW-River Falls, UW-Stevens Point and UW-Superior.

Role of the Faculty in the UW System


The merger law specifically provides that the faculty of each institution, “subject to the responsibilities and powers of
the board, the president and the chancellor of such institution, shall be vested with responsibility for the immediate gov-
ernance of such institution and shall actively participate in institutional policy development. As such, the faculty shall
have the primary responsibility for academic and educational activities and faculty personnel matters. The faculty of each
institution shall have the right to determine their own faculty organizational structure and to select representatives to
participate in institutional governance.”

Role of Academic Staff in the UW System


Statutory provision for academic staff participation in governance was added in Act 29 of the Laws of 1985: “The academic
staff members of each institution, subject to the responsibilities and powers of the board, the president and the chancellor
and faculty of the institution, shall be active participants in the immediate governance of and policy development for the
institution. . . . [They] have primary responsibility for the formulation and review, and shall be represented in the devel-
opment, of all policies and procedures concerning academic staff members, including academic staff personnel matters.
The academic staff members of each institution shall have the right to organize themselves in a manner they determine
and to select their representatives to participate in institutional governance.”

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Role of Students in the UW System
The merger law provides that the students of each institution or campus “subject to the responsibilities and powers of the
board, the president, the chancellor and the faculty shall be active participants in the immediate governance of the pol-
icy development for such institutions. As such, students shall have primary responsibility for the formulation and review
of policies concerning student life, services and interest. Students in consultation with the chancellor and subject to the
final confirmation of the board shall have the responsibility for the disposition of those student fees which constitute
substantial support for campus student activities. The students of each institution or campus shall have the right to organ-
ize themselves in a manner they determine and to select their representatives to participate in institutional governance.”

Coordination with the Wisconsin Technical College System Board


Coordination of university and vocational-technical education programs is provided for by statute, making the president
or his/her designee of each governing board an ex-officio member of the other board. In addition, the two boards have
established three joint administrative committees on continuing education, academic programs and physical facilities.
One of these committees, the Joint Administrative Committee on Academic Programs (JACAP), is charged with clari-
fying and communicating transfer policies and options between the two systems. One major effort under development
is the Transfer Information System (TIS). TIS is a computerized course equivalency and degree requirement matrix designed
to provide students and staff with accurate, current and accessible information to assist students with decisions that
will enable them to transfer into and between the UW System institutions and complete their degree programs without
unnecessary delay.
A second committee, the Joint Administrative Committee on Continuing Education (JACCE), focuses the responsibil-
ity of coordinating extension and continuing education programs at the local level.

City and County Relationships with the UW Colleges


The counties and/or cities in which the UW Colleges are situated own and maintain the campuses, buildings and facil-
ities. Educational programs, equipment and services are provided by the UW System. The colleges are important not only
to the educational life of the communities they serve, but to their recreational and cultural life, as well.

Presidents of the Board of Regents


W. Roy Kopp - 1971-73 Laurence A. Weinstein - 1986-88
Frank J. Pelisek - 1973-75 Paul R. Schilling - 1988-90
Bertram N. McNamara - 1975-77 Thomas L. Lyon - 1990-1992
Edward E. Hales - 1977-79 George K. Steil, Sr. - 1992-1994
Herbert J. Grover - 1979-80 Michael W. Grebe - 1994-1996
Joyce M. Erdman -1980-82 Sheldon B. Lubar - 1996-1998
David E. Beckwith - 1982-84 San W. Orr, Jr. - 1998-2000
Ben R. Lawton - 1984-86 Jay L. Smith - 2000-Present

Presidents of the University of Wisconsin System


John C. Weaver - 1971-77
H. Edwin Young - 1977-80
Robert M. O’Neil - 1980-85
Katharine C. Lyall (acting) - 1985-86
Kenneth A. Shaw - 1986-1991
Katharine C. Lyall (acting) - 1991-92
Katharine C. Lyall - 1992-Present

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Board of Regents

Regent Phone Term Ends

Roger E. Axtell
One Parker Place, Suite 360, Janesville 53545 608-757-2666 5-1-2006
Jonathan B. Barry
9286 Ness Road, Route 1, Mt. Horeb 53572 608-527-2026 President, Wisconsin
Technical College
System Board
Patrick G. Boyle
5021 Bayfield Terrace, Madison 53705 608-238-8876 5-1-2003
JoAnne Brandes
P.O. Box 902, 8310 16th St., Sturtevant 53177-0902 262-631-4676 5-1-2003
Elizabeth Burmaster
P.O. Box 7841, Madison 53707-7841 608-266-1771 State Superintendent
of Public Instruction
Alfred S. De Simone
7514 30th Ave., Kenosha 53142 262-694-7899 5-1-2002
Guy A. Gottschalk
412 Daly Ave., Wisconsin Rapids 54494 715-422-1200 5-1-2005
Gregory L. Gracz
5625 W. Wisconsin Ave., Milwaukee 53213 414-259-8000 5-1-2006
Tommie L. Jones, Jr.
213 N. Fraternity, #205 Whitewater 53190 262-473-7619 5-1-2003
James R. Klauser
22 E. Mifflin St., Suite 850, Madison 53703 608-283-3002 5-1-2008
Phyllis M. Krutsch
Route 3, Box 3100, Washburn 54891 715-373-2968 5-1-2007
Toby E. Marcovich
1214 Belknap St., Superior 54880 715-394-6624 5-1-2004
Frederic E. Mohs
20 North Carroll St., Madison 53703 608-256-1978 5-1-2004
Jose A. Olivieri
100 E. Wisconsin Ave., Suite 3300,
Milwaukee 53202-4108 414-271-6560 5-1-2005
Gerard A. Randall, Jr.
101 W. Pleasant St., Suite 201, Milwaukee 53212 414-225-2360 5-1-2008
Lolita Schneiders
W136 N8019 Eagle Court
Menomonee Falls 53051 262-251-3789 5-1-2007
Jay L. Smith
4101 County M, Middleton 53562 608-238-2855 5-1-2002

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Office of the Board of Regents

Judith A. Temby, Secretary


1860 Van Hise Hall, 1220 Linden Dr., Madison 53706 608-262-2324

Fax: (608) 262-5739


e-mail: board@uwsa.edu

Officers

President Jay L. Smith


Vice President Gerard Randall, Jr.
Secretary Judith A. Temby
Trust Officer Deborah Durcan
Assistant Trust Officers Elizabeth Rindskopf Parker
Douglas Hoerr

Meeting Schedule

2001 2002
January 4 & 5 (cancelled, circumstances permitting) January 10 & 11 (cancelled, circumstances permitting)
February 8 & 9 February 7 & 8
March 8 & 9 March 7 & 8
April 5 & 6 April 4 & 5
May 10 & 11 (UW-River Falls) May 9 & 10 (UW-Fox Valley and UW-Fond du Lac)
June 7 & 8 Annual Meeting (UW-Milwaukee) June 6 & 7 Annual Meeting (UW-Milwaukee)
July 12 & 13 July 11 & 12 (cancelled, circumstances permitting)
August 23 & 24 (cancelled, circumstances permitting) August 22 & 23
September 6 & 7 September 12 & 13
October 4 & 5 (UW-Eau Claire) October 10 & 11 (UW-Whitewater)
November 8 & 9 November 7 & 8
December 6 & 7 December 5 & 6

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University of Wisconsin System

Mission Statement

The mission of the system is to develop human resources, to discover and


disseminate knowledge, to extend knowledge and its application beyond
the boundaries of its campuses and to serve and stimulate society
by developing in students heightened intellectual, cultural and humane
sensitivities, scientific, professional and technological expertise and a
sense of purpose. Inherent in this broad mission are methods of instruc-
tion, research, extended training and public service designed to educate
people and improve the human condition. Basic to every purpose of the
system is the search for truth.

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UW System Administration Officers

Office Phone Home Phone


Name, Title Location* (Area 608) (Area 608) Secretary/Asst.

Lyall, Katharine C. 1720 VH 262-2321 262-0690 Nancy Westrum


President
Olien, David W. 1730 VH 262-4048 273-0161 Deborah Kail
Senior Vice President for Administration
Marrett, Cora B. 1624 VH 262-3826 827-5388 Zayda Back
Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs
Durcan, Deborah A. 1752 VH 262-1311 833-0435 Jan Montgomery
Vice President for Finance
Weimer, Linda L. 1708 VH 262-0766 824-9655 Kathy Dickerson
Vice President for University Relations
Rindskopf Parker, Elizabeth 1856 VH 262-6166 232-1682 Jennifer Gray Taylor
General Counsel
Sell, Kathleen 1520 VH 262-6423 (unlisted) Carey Chiesa
Assoc. Vice President, Budget and Planning
Arenas, Andrea Teresa 780 RT 262-8636 (unlisted) Betty U’ren
Asst. Vice President for Academic Affairs and
Senior Advisor to the President
for Multicultural Affairs
Boatright, Kevin 1746 VH 263-2227 274-1840 Vacant
Asst. Vice President, University Relations
Brooks, George 1560 VH 263-4385 273-0385 Sandy Erdmann
Assoc. Vice President for Human Resources
Goldberg, Frank 1532 VH 262-2022 833-1533 Kelly L. Campbell
Assoc. Vice President, Policy Analysis & Research
Harris, Freda J. 1524 VH 263-5679 241-0031 Carey Chiesa
Asst. Vice President, Budget and Planning
Hendrix, Doug 780 RT 262-1803 238-2958 Carla Olson
Assoc. Vice President, Financial Administration
Ives, Nancy 780 RT 263-4404 241-6694 Nancy Spain
Asst. Vice President,
Division of Capital Planning & Budget
James, Ellen 780 RT 263-4379 655-3721 Susan Fenton
Asst. Vice President, Division of Administrative Services
Lewis, Margaret 1760 VH 262-4464 831-3736 Vacant
Assoc. Vice President, University Relations
McConnell, Charles 1564 VH 263-4384 249-1972 Sandy Erdmann
Asst. Vice President for Human Resources
Meachen, Ed 1552 VH 263-2571 835-2880 Ginni Zuege
Assoc.Vice President,
Learning & Information Technology
Miller, David 1764 VH 262-4463 825-6188 Vacant
Asst. Vice President, University Relations
Rubin, Larry J. 1604 VH 262-6717 221-1495 Sandra Jaeger
Asst. Vice President, Academic Affairs
Temby, Judith 1860 VH 262-2324 (unlisted) Cheryle Goplin
Secretary of the Board of Regents Karen Ryan
Diane Blumer
*RT = 780 Regent Street, 53715, or P.O. Box 8010, Madison 53708-8010 *VH = Van Hise Hall, 53706, or 1220 Linden Drive, Madison 53706-1559

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Chancellors

Institution Name Office Phone Home Phone


Address Residence Address Fax Secretary/Asst. Year Appointed

UW Colleges William F. Messner (608) 262-7872 (608) 262-1783 (608) 833-2671


P.O. Box 8680 4134 Redtail Pass Judy Howard 1997
780 Regent St. Middleton 53562
Madison 53708-8680
UW-Eau Claire Donald J. Mash (715) 836-2902 (715) 836-2327 (715) 855-8285
105 Garfield Ave. 223 Roosevelt Ave. Susie Johnson 1998
P.O. Box 4004 Eau Claire 54701
54702-4004
UW-Extension Kevin P. Reilly (608) 262-6572 (608) 262-3786 (608) 245-9941
432 North Lake St. 5325 Comanche Way Rita Sears 2000
Madison 53706 Madison 53704
UW-Green Bay Bruce Shepard (920) 465-2192 (920) 465-2207 (920) 469-1109
54311-7001 3015 Bay View Dr. Sharon Gutowski 2001
Green Bay 54311
UW-La Crosse Douglas N. Hastad (608) 785-6907 (608) 785-8004 (608) 787-5826
1725 State St. N2166 Valley Road Patricia Anderson 2001
La Crosse 54601 La Crosse 54601
UW-Madison John D. Wiley (608) 262-8333 (608) 262-9947 (608) 263-3288
161 Bascom Hall 130 N. Prospect Ave. Maria Justiliano 2001
500 Lincoln Dr. Madison 53705-4073
53706-1380
UW-Milwaukee Nancy L. Zimpher (414) 229-2347 (414) 229-4331 (414) 229-5588
P. O. Box 413, 53201 4430 N. Lake Drive Kathryn St. Clair 1998
Milwaukee 53211
UW-Oshkosh Richard H. Wells (920) 424-0010 (920) 424-0200 (920) 232-8413
800 Algoma Blvd. 1335 Summit Ave. Mary Olson 2000
Oshkosh 54901 Oshkosh 54901
UW-Parkside John P. Keating (262) 595-2630 (262) 595-2211 (262) 552-8512
Kenosha 53141-2000 4116 12th St. Diane Donnelly 1998
Kenosha 53144
UW-Platteville David J. Markee (608) 342-1270 (608) 342-1234 (608) 348-7174
1 University Plaza 895 W. Main St. Joyce Burkholder 1996
53818-3099 Platteville 53818
UW-River Falls Ann Lydecker (715) 425-3304 (715) 425-3201 (715) 426-7756
410 South Third St. 682 Meadowbrook Lane Dianne Monteith 2000
54022 River Falls 54022
UW-Stevens Point Thomas F. George (715) 346-2561 (715) 346-2123 (715) 343-5841
54481 440 Maple Bluff Road Maggie Kuhl 1996
Stevens Point 54481
UW-Stout Charles W. Sorensen (715) 232-1416 (715) 232-2441 (715) 235-8367
Menomonie N8204 627th Kathy Strand 1988
54751-0790 Colfax 54730
UW-Superior Julius E. Erlenbach (715) 394-8588 (715) 394-8221 (715) 394-4142
54880-2898 49 Billings Drive Amy Sharp 1996
Superior 54880
UW-Whitewater John W. Miller (262) 472-1518 (262) 472-1918 (920) 563-9242
53190-1790 W7619 Koshkonong Lake Rd Debby Runyon 1999
Ft. Atkinson 53538

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Colleges Deans

College Name Office Phone Home Phone


Address Residence Address Fax* Secretary Year Appointed

UW-Baraboo/Sauk Cty. Aural Umhoefer (608) 356-0752 (608) 356-8351 (608) 356-2318
1006 Connie Road 700 Effinger Rd. Jane Turner 1981
Baraboo 53913-1098 Baraboo 53913

UW-Barron Cty. Paul Chase (715) 234-8024 (715) 234-8176 (715) 236-2322
1800 College Drive 1806 18th Ave. Sandy Uchytil 1997
Rice Lake 54868-8176 Rice Lake 54868

UW-Fond du Lac Judy Goldsmith (920) 929-3626 (920) 929-3602 (920) 922-3258
400 Campus Drive 173 21st St., #2G Kathie Self 1994
Fond du Lac 54935-2998 Fond du Lac 54935

UW-Fox Valley James Perry (920) 832-2850 (920) 832-2610 (920) 836-9959
1478 Midway Road 5157 North Loop Road Juli McGuire 1993
Menasha 54952-1297 Larsen 54947

UW-Manitowoc Roland Baldwin (920) 683-4776 (920) 683-4710 (920) 686-9290


705 Viebahn Street 502 Huron St. Donna Van Straten 1984
Manitowoc 54220-6699 Manitowoc 54220

UW-Marathon Cty. James Veninga (715) 261-6331 (715) 261-6221 (715) 675-1144
518 South 7th Ave. 1907 Lenard St. Charlene Schmidt 2000
Wausau 54401-5396 Wausau 54401

UW-Marinette Sidney Bremer (715) 735-4304 (715) 735-4339 (920) 465-6629


750 W. Bay Shore St. 2023 Lakeside Place Elaine Jorgensen 1995
Marinette 54143-4299 Green Bay 54302-1222

UW-Marshfield/Wood Cty. Carol McCart (715) 384-1718 (715) 389-6538 (715) 387-1384
2000 West Fifth St. 305 S. Lincoln Ave. Marcie Manthe 1991
Marshfield 54449-0150 Marshfield 54449

UW-Richland Deborah Cureton (608) 647-2275 (608) 647-6186 (608) 647-3309


1200 Hwy. 14 West 620 Cedar St. #2 Lori Norman 2001
Richland Center 53581-1399 Richland Center 53581

UW-Rock Cty. Janet Philipp (608) 758-6579 (608) 758-6566 (608) 758-0575
2909 Kellogg Ave. 3802 Brunswick Lane Vicky Brasel 2000
Janesville 53546-5699 Janesville 53546

UW-Sheboygan Raymond Hernandez (920) 459-6662 (920) 459-6610 (920) 451-1729


One University Drive 2028 Weeden Creek Road Carol Roscoe 2000
Sheboygan 53081-4789 Sheboygan 53081

UW-Washington Cty. Joel Rodney (262) 335-5274 (262) 335-5203 (262) 338-8133
400 University Dr. 229 Bittersweet Terry Seil 1990
West Bend 53095-3699 West Bend 53095

UW-Waukesha Brad Stewart (262) 521-5530 (262) 521-5435 (262) 513-0339


1500 N. University Dr. 2409 North University Debbra Boettcher 1981
Waukesha 53188-2799 Waukesha 53188

*The fax machines listed are in the Student Services Office except at UW-Manitowoc, where it is located in the administration office.

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Campus Capsules

UW COLLEGES UW-MADISON
Central Office: 780 Regent Street Madison, WI 53706
P.O. Box 8680 Tel.: (608) 262-1234
Madison, WI 53708-8680 Web: www.wisc.edu
Tel.: (608) 262-1783 Founded: 1848
Web: www.uwc.edu Chancellor: John D. Wiley
Chancellor: William F. Messner Fall 2000 Enrollment: 41,219
Fall 2000 Enrollment: 11,429 at 13 campuses Academic Programs: 147 undergraduate majors; master’s degrees in 161
Academic Programs: Freshman, sophomore, liberal arts and basic prepro- disciplines; Ph.D.s in 116 disciplines; M.D.; J.D.; L.L.M.; S.J.D.; D.V.M.;
fessional studies and associate degree programs; also continuing education Pharm.D.
and community service programs Student Newspapers: Daily Cardinal (daily); Badger Herald (daily)
Student Newspapers: at 12 campuses Radio Stations: WHA 970 KHz, 4,340 watts and WERN-FM* 88.7 MHz.,
TV: Closed circuit systems at Baraboo, Fond du Lac, Fox Valley and Washing- 25,000 watts
ton; cable broadcasting at Fox Valley; TV production studio at Sheboygan. TV: WHA-TV Ch. 21, 60-mile radius
2000-2001 Budget: $63,203,368 2000-2001 Budget: $1,511,681,813
(For a listing of all Colleges, locations, telephone numbers and Deans, see page 13.) *Located on campus and operated by the Wisconsin Educational
Communications Board
UW-EAU CLAIRE
Eau Claire, WI 54702-4004 UW-MILWAUKEE
Tel.: (715) 836-2637 Milwaukee, WI 53201
Web: www.uwec.edu Tel.: (414) 229-1122
Founded: 1916 Web: www.uwm.edu
Chancellor: Donald J. Mash Founded: 1885
Fall 2000 Enrollment: 10,549 Chancellor: Nancy L. Zimpher
Academic Programs: 48 undergraduate majors; 8 master’s degrees in Fall 2000 Enrollment: 23,322
14 disciplines Academic Programs: 81 undergraduate majors; 48 master’s degrees and 17
Student Newspaper: The Spectator, twice weekly doctoral
Radio Station: WUEC-FM, 89.7 MHz., 5,000 watts Student Newspapers: UWM Post,weekly; The Leader, bimonthly
2000–2001 Budget: $129,485,081 Radio Station: WUWM-FM 89.7 Mhz; 15,000 watts
2000-2001 Budget: $351,608,800
UW-GREEN BAY
Green Bay, WI 54311-7001 UW-OSHKOSH
Tel.: (920) 465-2000 Oshkosh, WI 54901
Web: www.uwgb.edu Tel.: (920) 424-1234
Founded: 1968 Web: www.uwosh.edu
Chancellor: Bruce Shepard Founded: 1871
Fall 2000 Enrollment: 5,505 Chancellor: Richard H. Wells
Academic Programs: 35 undergraduate majors, Fall 2000 Enrollment: 10,777
3 master’s degrees and 4 cooperative master’s degrees Academic Programs: 53 undergraduate majors; master’s degrees in
Student Newspaper: The Fourth Estate, weekly 14 disciplines, 3 graduate achievement programs
TV: 3 Ch closed circuit system on campus Student Newspaper: Advance-Titan, weekly
2000-2001 Budget: $67,851,985 Radio Station: WRST-FM, 90.3 MHz; 960 watts
TV: closed-circuit on campus, cable casting on the Time Warner
UW-LA CROSSE Cable System in Oshkosh.
La Crosse, WI 54601 2000-2001 Budget: $119,092,270
Tel.: (608) 785-8000
Web: www.uwlax.edu UW-PARKSIDE
Founded: 1909 Kenosha, WI 53141-2000
Chancellor: Douglas N. Hastad Tel.: (262) 595-2345
Fall 2000 Enrollment: 9,133 Web: www.uwp.edu
Academic Programs: 44 undergraduate majors; 19 master’s degrees in Founded: 1968
14 disciplines Chancellor: John P. Keating
Student Newspaper: The Racquet, weekly Fall 2000 Enrollment: 4,969
Radio Station: WLSU-FM, 88.9 Mhz, 8,300 watts, and WHLA-FM, 90.3 Mhz, Academic Programs: 28 undergraduate majors; 3 master’s degrees:
1,000 watts, affiliated with Wisconsin Public Radio. Business Administration (MBA), Applied Molecular Biology, Computer and
TV: Closed circuit system on campus – 5-channel CCTV system, cablecasting Information Systems (MSCIS)
to La Crosse community. Student Newspaper: The Ranger, weekly
2000-2001 Budget: $102,760,925 Radio Station: WIPZ-FM, 25 watts, 101.7 MHz
2000–2001 Budget: $47,747,391

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UW-PLATTEVILLE Radio Station: Cable Radio Power 100
Platteville, WI 53818 TV: 7 automated closed circuit channels and UW-Stout Learning Technology
Tel.: (608) 342-1491 Services-Video Productions
Web: www.uwplatt.edu 2000-2001 Budget: $94,818,824
Founded: 1866
Chancellor: David J. Markee UW-SUPERIOR
Fall 2000 Enrollment: 5,474 Superior, WI 54880
Academic Programs: 43 undergraduate majors (1 web- based); Tel.: (715) 394-8101
master’s programs: four print-based, three web-based Web: www.uwsuper.edu
Student Newspaper: The Exponent, weekly Founded: 1893
Radio Station: WSUP-FM, 90.5 MHz., 1,000 watts Chancellor: Julius E. Erlenbach
TV: Two campus originated cable channels: one on-campus entertainment, Fall 2000 Enrollment: 2,823
the other educational access to 12 communities. ITFS origination and Academic Programs: 30 undergraduate majors; master’s degrees in
receive; Satellite downlinking; Compressed videoconferencing; Fiber optic 8 disciplines; specialist’s degree in educational administration
network - SRTNC. Student Newspaper: Promethean
2000-2001 Budget: $69,895,939 Radio Station: KUWS-FM, 91.3 MHz, 83 kilowatts
TV: Four-channel closed-circuit system on campus and local origination
UW-RIVER FALLS site for cable channel 23.
River Falls, WI 54022 2000–2001 Budget: $37,849,215
Tel.: (715) 425-3911
Web: www.uwrf.edu UW-WHITEWATER
Founded: 1874 Whitewater, WI 53190
Chancellor: Ann Lydecker Tel.: (262) 472-1234
Fall 2000 Enrollment: 5,835 Web: www.uww.edu
Academic Programs: 47 undergraduate majors; master’s degrees in Founded: 1868
11 disciplines Chancellor: John W. Miller
Student Newspaper: The Student Voice, weekly Fall 2000 Enrollment: 10,540
Radio Station: WRFW-FM, 88.7 MHz, 3,000 watts Academic Programs: 43 undergraduate majors; master’s degrees in
TV: Four campus-originated channels including one automated bulletin 16 disciplines
board, a closed-circuit student film channel, a channel for satellite downlinks Student Newspaper: The Royal Purple, weekly
and channel 19, student organization lcoal access for campus and the com- Radio Station: WSUW-FM, 91.7 MHz., 1300 watts
munities of Hudson and River Falls. Satellite downlinking, tape duplication TV: Closed circuit system on campus provides 65 channels of programming
and format transfer, compressed and full motion video conferencing, and including four local channels: one on campus film channel, one student
video production. produced channel, and two academic channels for satellite downlinking.
2000–2001 Budget: $65,143,766 2000–2001 Budget: $129,577,158

UW-STEVENS POINT UW-EXTENSION


Stevens Point, WI 54481 Administrative Office: 432 N. Lake St.
Tel.: (715) 346-0123 Madison, WI 53706-1498
Web: www.uwsp.edu Tel.: (608) 262-3786
Founded: 1894 FAX: (608) 262-6572
Chancellor: Thomas F. George Web: www.uwex.edu
Fall 2000 Enrollment: 8,608 Founded: 1891
Academic Programs: 48 undergraduate majors; Chancellor: Kevin P. Reilly
master’s degrees in 16 programs Fall 2000 Enrollment by Type of Programs:
Student Newspaper: The Pointer, weekly Continuing Education: 161,987*
Radio Station: WWSP-FM, 89.9 MHz., 11,500 watts. Credit Outreach: 23,931
TV: 4-ch. closed system on campus; cable ch. 10 Independent Learning: 5,846
off-campus; satellite downlinking; compressed video conferencing; Cooperative Extension Contacts: 1,277,019**
fiber optic network - WONDER Radio Station: WHA-AM, 970 Khz, 4,340 watts; Wisconsin Public Radio, a
2000–2001 Budget: $110,437,934 partnership with ECB.
TV: WHA-TV Channel 21 (in Madison); Wisconsin
UW-STOUT Public Television, a partnership with ECB.
Menomonie, WI 54751 Area Served: Statewide. Extension faculty in every county Extension Office
Tel.: (715) 232-1122 and at all UW System institutions.
Web: www.uwstout.edu Facilities: Provided by the 72 Wisconsin counties, UWEX conference centers
Founded: 1891 in Madison and Milwaukee, and UW System university/college facilities
Chancellor: Charles W. Sorensen statewide.
Fall 2000 Enrollment: 7,702 2000–2001: $169,852,178
Academic Programs: 27 undergraduate majors; 14 master’s degrees *Includes programs conducted by Extension faculty at the UW System universities
and education specialist degrees in Counseling and and colleges.
Psychological Services, Industrial and Vocational Education, and **Includes program contacts by Extension faculty on UW System campuses and in
72 county Extension offices.
School Psychology
Student Newspaper: Stoutonia, weekly

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University of Wisconsin System
2001–2002 Academic Year Calendar

Semester I (2001)
Faculty Regist. Classes Semester Commence-
Contract Year Advising Begin Ends ment

Eau Claire 8/20 - 5/19 8/27 - 8/31 9/4 12/21 12/22

Green Bay 8/27 - 5/26 8/27 - 8/31 9/4 12/21 12/22

La Crosse 8/27 - 5/26 8/29 - 8/31 9/4 12/27 12/16

Madison 8/27 - 5/26 8/27 - 8/31 9/4 12/22 12/23

Milwaukee 8/20 - 5/19 8/27 - 8/31 9/4 12/22 12/16

Oshkosh Any 39 weeks 9/4 9/5 1/25 12/15


between
6/11/01–6/7/02

Parkside 8/26 - 5/25 8/27 - 9/3 9/4 12/22 12/16

Platteville 8/22 - 5/21 8/22 - 8/31 9/4 12/21 12/15

River Falls 8/27 - 5/26 8/27 - 8/31 9/4 12/21 12/22

Stevens Point 8/26 - 5/25 8/27 - 8/31 9/4 12/21 12/15

Stout 8/27 - 5/26 8/30 - 8/31 9/4 12/21 12/15

Superior 8/27 - 5/26 8/27 - 8/31 9/4 12/21 None

Whitewater 8/26 - 5/25 8/27 - 8/31 9/4 12/21 12/22

Colleges 8/27 - 5/26 8/27 - 8/31 9/4 12/22 N/A

N/A = Not applicable

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Semester II (2002)
Regist. Classes Spring Semester Commence-
Interim Advising Begin Recess Ends ment

Eau Claire 1/2 - 1/18 1/17 - 1/18 1/22 3/25 - 4/1 5/17 5/18

Green Bay N/A 1/14 - 1/18 1/22 3/16 - 3/24 5/22 5/25

La Crosse 1/7 - 1/25 1/22 - 1/25 1/28 3/15 - 3/24 5/24 5/18

Madison N/A 1/14 - 1/18 1/22 3/23 - 3/31 5/18 5/17 - 5/19

Milwaukee 1/2 - 1/18 1/14 - 1/18 1/22 3/17 - 3/24 5/18 5/12

Oshkosh 1/7 - 1/25 & 2/1 2/4 3/16 - 3/24 6/7 5/18
5/20 - 6/7

Parkside N/A 1/14 - 1/18 1/22 3/18 - 3/23 5/18 5/19

Platteville 1/7 - 1/19 1/10 - 1/18 1/22 3/23 - 4/1 5/17 5/11

River Falls 1/2 - 1/18 1/15 - 1/18 1/22 3/25 - 3/29 5/24 5/25

Stevens Point 1/2 - 1/17 1/14 - 1/18 1/22 3/23 - 3/31 5/17 5/19

Stout 1/2 - 1/20 1/22 - 1/23 1/24 3/16 - 3/24 5/17 5/11
5/22 - 5/24

Superior 12/22 - 1/17 1/15 - 1/18 1/22 3/18 - 3/22 5/17 5/18

Whitewater 1/2 - 1/18 1/14 - 1/18 1/22 3/22 - 3/31 5/22 5/18

Colleges N/A 1/14 - 1/18 1/22 3/25 - 3/29 5/18 Variable

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University of Wisconsin System
2002–2003 Academic Year Calendar

Semester I (2002)
Faculty Regist. Classes Semester Commence-
Contract Year Advising Begin Ends ment

Eau Claire 8/19–5/18 8/26–8/30 9/3 12/20 12/21

Green Bay 8/26–5/25 8/26–8/30 9/3 12/20 12/21

La Crosse 8/26–5/25 4/15–9/9 9/3 12/27 12/15

Madison 8/26–5/25 8/26–8/30 9/3 12/21 12/22

Milwaukee 8/19–5/18 8/26–8/30 9/3 12/21 12/22

Oshkosh Any 39 weeks 9/3 9/4 1/24 12/14


between
6/17/02–6/6/03

Parkside 8/18–5/24 8/19–8/31 9/3 12/23 12/22

Platteville 8/21–5/20 8/21–8/30 9/3 12/20 12/14

River Falls 8/26–5/25 8/26–8/30 9/3 12/20 12/21

Stevens Point 8/21–5/20 8/21–8/30 9/3 12/20 12/14

Stout 8/26–5/25 8-26–8/30, 10/22 9/3 12/20 12/14

Superior 8/26–5/25 8/26–8/30 9/3 12/20 N/A

Whitewater 8/25–5/24 8/26–8/30 9/3 12/23 12/21

Colleges 8/26–5/23 8/26–8/30 9/3 12/21 N/A

N/A = Not applicable

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Semester II (2003)
Regist. Classes Spring Semester Commence-
Interim Advising Begin Recess Ends ment

Eau Claire 1/2–1/17 1/16–1/17 1/21 3/17–3/21 5/16 5/17

Green Bay N/A 1/13–1/17 1/21 3/15–3/23 5/21 5/24

La Crosse 1/6–1/24 11/15–1/31 1/27 3/14–3/23 5/23 5/17

Madison N/A 1/13–1/17 1/21 3/15–3/23 5/17 5/16–5/18

Milwaukee 1/2–1/17 1/13–1/17 1/21 3/16–3/23 5/17 5/11

Oshkosh 1/6–1/24 & 1/31 2/3 3/15–3/23 6/6 5/17


5/19–6/6

Parkside 2/2-2/17 1/13–1/18 1/21 3/17–3/22 5/17 5/18

Platteville 1/6–1/18 1/13–1/17 1/21 3/15–3/23 5/16 5/10

River Falls 1/2–1/18 1/16–1/17 1/21 3/15–3/23, 4/18 5/23 5/24

Stevens Point 1/2–1/17 1/13–1/17 1/21 3/15–3/23 5/16 5/18

Stout 1/2–1/22 3/27 1/23 3/15–3/23 5/16 5/10

5/21–5/23

Superior 12/23–1/15 1/14–1/17 1/21 3/17–3/21 5/16 5/17

Whitewater 1/2–1/17 1/13–1/17 1/21 3/22–3/30 5/21 5/17

Colleges N/A 1/13–1/17 1/21 3/17–3/21 5/17 Variable

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Physical Plant Statistics by University/Unit
2000-2001

Building Contents
No. of Assignable Gross Replacement Replacement
Institution Acreage Bldgs. Sq. Ft. Sq. Ft. Value ($) Value ($)

Eau Claire (w/Arboretum) 327 52 1,500,157 2,444,258 274,979,922 48,678,724


Green Bay (w/Arboretum) 1,474 60 769,512 1,358,295 160,738,764 48,402,049
La Crosse 118 49 1,418,001 2,318,179 242,896,991 47,406,595
Madison (w/Farms,
Arboretum & Vet. Med.
Center/Health Sciences) 10,645 859 11,923,402 23,131,008 2,699,338,316 1,164,597,385
Milwaukee (w/Arboretum) 543 68 3,280,473 5,297,495 600,119,737 106,345,997
Oshkosh 163 44 1,761,226 2,731,785 294,405,632 58,363,103
Parkside (w/Arboretum) 1,208 34 667,688 1,237,947 151,565,885 49,178,776
Platteville (w/Farms) 826 83 1,168,670 1,833,393 202,584,485 52,848,284
River Falls (w/Farms) 731 137 1,154,167 1,773,626 193,909,193 41,386,204
Stevens Point (w/Arboretum,
Treehaven & Central Wis.
Environmental Station) 539 79 1,518,253 2,483,162 260,293,674 70,365,722
Stout 109 53 1,333,624 2,230,775 234,910,607 65,136,215
Superior (w/Arboretum) 201 33 610,389 993,030 117,594,663 37,459,232
Whitewater (w/Arboretum) 391 59 1,588,897 2,636,832 273,338,036 51,226,038

Subtotal 17,275 1,610 28,694,459 50,469,785 5,706,675,905 1,841,694,324

Colleges System 410 5 2,508 6,489 2,193,680 55,669,149


Extension 320 23 277,922 506,569 189,602,309 35,018,678
System Administration 7 8 11,768 18,361 43,420,013 3,802,546

Subtotal 737 36 292,198 531,419 235,216,002 94,490,373

UW System Total 18,012 1,646 28,986,657 51,001,204 $5,941,891,907 $1,936,184,697

Acreage from the 6/98 Land Holding Report


Number of buildings and square footage from General Building Report
Replacement Values from the 9/01 Facility Values and Insurance Premiums Report

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Owned Facilities by Year of Construction

All Owned Facilities By Year of Construction


25,000,000

20,000,000
Gross Square Feet

15,000,000

10,000,000

5,000,000

0
90 89 79 69 59 49 39 29 19 09 00
19 -1
9
-1
9
-1
9
-1
9
-1
9
-1
9
-1
9
-1
9
-1
9 19
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o
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Year of Construction

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Academic

Information
UW System Total Headcount Enrollments

164,518
165,000
161,693 161,887
164,546 159,979
159,354 161,346
160,000 161,936
162,330
158,971 159,420 156,873
155,499 156,976
155,000 154,620
155,298
149,805 152,926
150,629
150,000 152,129
146,530 150,574
149,142
143,740 147,934
145,000

143,440
140,000
139,891

135,000

00-01
76-77

78-79

80-81

82-83
83-84
84-85

88-89

90-91
74-75
75-76

77-78

81-82

85-86
86-87
87-88

89-90

91-92
92-93
93-94
94-95
95-96
96-97
97-98
98-99
99-00
79-80

UW System Total FTE Enrollments

150,000
139,138
138,710

137,709 136,330
134,135
131,513
135,000 137,651 132,106
126,928 135,559 136,084 123,584 131,385
120,822 129,961
125,345 127,056
134,559 133,001
124,633 123,850
129,206
125,098 128,371
125,040
123,596 125,393
120,000
00-01
76-77

78-79

80-81

82-83
83-84
84-85

88-89

90-91
74-75
75-76

77-78

81-82

85-86
86-87
87-88

89-90

91-92
92-93
93-94
94-95
95-96
96-97
97-98
98-99
99-00
79-80

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Report of Headcount Enrollment, Fall 2000
Undergraduate and Specials
Institution Fresh. Soph. Junior Senior Special
Eau Claire 2,918 2,253 1,998 2,717 219
Resident 2,187 1,672 1,492 2,066 211
Non-Resident 731 581 506 651 8
Green Bay 1,256 1,197 1,110 1,585 159
Resident 1,169 1,122 1,038 1,509 144
Non-Resident 87 75 72 76 15
La Crosse 2,331 1,931 1,850 2,064 301
Resident 1,914 1,643 1,521 1,692 216
Non-Resident 417 288 329 372 85
Madison 5,923 6,238 7,255 8,763 1,464
Resident 3,847 4,262 5,043 6,372 1,108
Non-Resident 2,076 1,976 2,212 2,391 356
Milwaukee 4,513 5,092 3,257 4,917 1,324
Resident 4,381 4,866 3,136 4,708 1,257
Non-Resident 132 226 121 209 67
Oshkosh 2,589 1,900 1,835 2,524 288
Resident 2,505 1,829 1,767 2,431 286
Non-Resident 84 71 68 93 2
Parkside 1,477 917 771 1,095 556
Resident 1,341 844 647 938 538
Non-Resident 136 73 124 157 18
Platteville 1,766 1,076 912 1,396 108
Resident 1,590 972 828 1,266 102
Non-Resident 176 104 84 130 6
River Falls 1,599 1,114 1,151 1,450 132
Resident 867 560 568 733 97
Non-Resident 732 554 583 717 35
Stevens Point 2,288 1,656 1,707 2,429 182
Resident 2,104 1,528 1,563 2,206 169
Non-Resident 184 128 144 223 13
Stout 2,154 1,432 1,458 1,938 176
Resident 1,518 1,032 1,009 1,426 150
Non-Resident 636 400 449 512 26
Superior 734 457 472 779 47
Resident 430 228 208 388 28
Non-Resident 304 229 264 391 19
Whitewater 2,554 2,505 1,837 2,221 303
Resident 2,379 2,352 1,706 2,102 279
Non-Resident 175 153 131 119 24

Universities 32,102 27,768 25,613 33,878 5,259


Resident 26,232 22,910 20,526 27,837 4,585
Non-Resident 5,870 4,858 5,087 6,041 674

UW Colleges 7,313 2,612 0 0 1,457


Resident 7,094 2,522 0 0 1,364
Non-Resident 219 90 0 0 93
Baraboo 430 138 184
Barron 298 79 163
Fond Du Lac 379 131 60
Fox Valley 1,088 407 183
Manitowoc 385 119 99
Marathon 839 294 91
Marinette 299 134 85
Marshfield 373 137 51
Richland 278 98 43
Rock 515 231 107
Sheboygan 475 197 72
Washington 593 199 121
Waukesha 1,361 448 198

UW System Total 39,415 30,380 25,613 33,878 6,716


Resident 33,326 25,432 20,526 27,837 5,949
Non-Resident 6,089 4,948 5,087 6,041 767

For additional enrollment information, contact the Office of Policy Analysis and Research, (608) 262-6441.

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Graduate and Professional
Grad
Grad. Special Law Med. Vet. Pharm. Men Women Total Institution
342 106 4,114 6,439 10,553 Eau Claire
291 102 3,214 4,807 8,021 Resident
51 4 900 1,632 2,532 Non-Resident
113 59 1,917 3,562 5,479 Green Bay
96 59 1,780 3,357 5,137 Resident
17 137 205 342 Non-Resident
584 72 3,847 5,286 9,133 La Crosse
427 60 3,218 4,255 7,473 Resident
157 12 629 1,031 1,660 Non-Resident
8,447 0 881 708 319 472 19,394 21,076 40,470 Madison
3,027 548 620 278 439 11,720 13,824 25,544 Resident
5,420 333 88 41 33 7,674 7,252 14,926 Non-Resident
3,546 552 10,318 12,883 23,201 Milwaukee
2,905 522 9,586 12,189 21,775 Resident
641 30 732 694 1,426 Non-Resident
1,202 439 4,301 6,476 10,777 Oshkosh
1,170 431 4,137 6,282 10,419 Resident
32 8 164 194 358 Non-Resident
98 51 2,034 2,931 4,965 Parkside
90 50 1,826 2,622 4,448 Resident
8 1 208 309 517 Non-Resident
144 92 3,342 2,152 5,494 Platteville
119 66 3,003 1,940 4,943 Resident
25 26 339 212 551 Non-Resident
344 45 2,211 3,624 5,835 River Falls
161 21 1,191 1,816 3,007 Resident
183 24 1,020 1,808 2,828 Non-Resident
261 85 3,681 4,927 8,608 Stevens Point
227 82 3,313 4,566 7,879 Resident
34 3 368 361 729 Non-Resident
460 78 3,871 3,825 7,696 Stout
330 69 2,856 2,678 5,534 Resident
130 9 1,015 1,147 2,162 Non-Resident
245 109 1,145 1,698 2,843 Superior
152 68 573 929 1,502 Resident
93 41 572 769 1,341 Non-Resident
969 151 4,843 5,697 10,540 Whitewater
870 145 4,515 5,318 9,833 Resident
99 6 328 379 707 Non-Resident

16,755 1,839 881 708 319 472 65,018 80,576 145,594 Universities
9,865 1,675 548 620 278 439 50,932 64,583 115,515 Resident
6,890 164 333 88 41 33 14,086 15,993 30,079 Non-Resident

0 0 0 0 0 0 5,045 6,337 11,382 UW Colleges


0 0 0 0 0 0 4,814 6,166 10,980 Resident
0 0 0 0 0 0 231 171 402 Non-Resident
387 365 752 Baraboo
209 331 540 Barron
244 326 570 Fond Du Lac
764 914 1,678 Fox Valley
258 345 603 Manitowoc
552 672 1,224 Marathon
211 307 518 Marinette
221 340 561 Marshfield
195 224 419 Richland
350 503 853 Rock
328 416 744 Sheboygan
403 510 913 Washington
923 1,084 2,007 Waukesha

16,755 1,839 881 708 319 472 70,063 86,913 156,976 UW System Total
9,865 1,675 548 620 278 439 55,746 70,749 126,495 Resident
6,890 164 333 88 41 33 14,317 16,164 30,481 Non-Resident

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UW System Student Headcount Enrollment, Fall 2000
By State of Origin

Bold type indicates total from each state.


Italic type indicates new freshmen from each state.

AK
48
3

WA MT ND
139 36 64 MN VT NH
13 5 13,189 31 33 ME
3 5 2
2,683 WI 25
OR SD 127,909 1
ID 49 WV
95 28 WY 4
22,499 MI 17 MA
9 6 14 IA 765 769
139 2 NY 137 271
0 NE 411 44
84 68 IL IN 264
NV 8 OH PA 26 RI
20 UT CO 4,404 213 374 CT 27
2 57 153 KS MO 884 28 61 NJ 141 4
3 15 89 198 303 31
48 55
CA
6 31 KY 2 VA152
20
620 OK TN 74 NC MD DE DC
87 AZ NM 29 AR 5 77
80 17 277 14 56
38 3 SC 1 61 3 4
6 3 MS AL
5
20 29
GA 31
3
TX LA 3 4
94
240 50 12
24 6

FL
HI 170
30 27
1

New Freshmen Total


Total U.S. 27,057 152,366
Foreign 272 4,108
U.S. Territories 3 85
Unknown 5 417
Total 27,337 156,976

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Undergraduate Enrollments, Fall 2000
Male/Female and Full-Time/Part-Time Status*
Female Male Total
Institution Full-Time Part-Time Full-Time Part-Time Full-Time Part-Time Total

Eau Claire 5,575 414 3,658 239 9,233 653 9,886


Green Bay 2,657 701 1,513 277 4,170 978 5,148
La Crosse 4,516 197 3,269 194 7,785 391 8,176
Madison 13,737 1,243 12,038 1,161 25,775 2,404 28,179
Milwaukee 7,166 2,478 6,051 2,084 13,217 4,562 17,779
Oshkosh 4,580 649 3,216 403 7,796 1,052 8,848
Parkside 1,879 637 1,345 399 3,224 1,036 4,260
Platteville 1,689 248 2,963 250 4,652 498 5,150
River Falls 2,965 299 1,824 226 4,789 525 5,314
Stevens Point 4,224 337 3,298 221 7,522 558 8,080
Stout 3,138 244 3,278 322 6,416 566 6,982
Superior 1,155 280 833 174 1,988 454 2,442
Whitewater 4,398 378 3,980 361 8,378 739 9,117
Colleges 3,889 1,559 3,473 1,004 7,362 2,563 9,925

Total 61,568 9,664 50,739 7,315 112,307 16,979 129,286

*Degree seeking students only. Special students are not included.

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FTE Enrollments Historical Table, Fall 1972–2000
FALL TOTAL EAU GBY LAC MSN MIL OSH PKS PLT RVF STP STO SUP WTW UWC

2000 131,385 9,511 4,430 8,483 35,837 16,676 8,934 3,560 4,885 5,240 7,785 6,967 2,232 8,850 7,994
1999 129,961 9,318 4,365 8,576 35,199 16,369 9,038 3,529 4,847 5,193 7,749 6,911 2,176 8,990 7,700
1998 128,371 9,556 4,475 8,591 34,923 15,976 9,023 3,311 4,691 5,189 7,696 6,865 2,113 9,026 6,935
1997 125,393 9,358 4,333 8,431 34,763 15,553 8,788 3,221 4,561 4,925 7,694 6,697 2,046 8,892 6,131
1996 123,850 9,342 4,319 8,379 34,397 14,983 8,818 3,123 4,610 4,821 7,611 6,626 2,029 8,767 6,026

1995 123,584 9,238 4,183 8,121 34,250 15,038 8,964 3,262 4,640 4,691 7,630 6,559 1,988 8,631 6,389
1994 125,098 9,241 4,307 7,902 34,552 15,455 9,034 3,376 4,663 4,814 7,658 6,675 2,041 8,651 6,728
1993 127,056 9,175 4,189 7,957 35,156 16,069 9,094 3,404 4,620 4,683 7,794 6,648 2,072 8,727 7,468
1992 129,206 9,181 4,123 7,740 36,214 16,436 9,259 3,465 4,761 4,803 7,825 6,805 2,273 8,756 7,565
1991 132,106 9,307 4,342 8,103 37,040 17,306 9,264 3,508 4,930 4,827 7,889 7,055 2,356 8,684 7,495

1990 133,001 9,587 4,006 8,177 37,489 17,227 9,583 3,646 4,859 4,614 7,992 6,964 2,091 8,780 7,986
1989 134,135 9,852 4,003 8,564 37,686 16,845 9,332 3,554 5,107 4,872 8,208 6,993 2,078 9,120 7,921
1988 136,330 10,067 4,176 8,681 37,869 17,277 9,478 3,592 4,996 5,051 8,537 7,310 1,965 9,319 8,012
1987 136,084 10,038 3,986 8,696 37,979 17,349 9,557 3,397 5,025 5,043 8,504 7,305 1,944 9,698 7,563
1986 138,710 10,162 3,813 9,111 39,101 18,490 9,731 3,482 5,177 5,172 8,575 7,333 1,905 9,540 7,118

1985 139,138 10,111 3,814 8,816 39,647 18,615 9,860 3,473 5,281 4,950 8,433 7,461 1,823 9,773 7,081
1984 137,651 10,042 3,691 8,609 38,907 18,808 9,691 3,724 5,199 5,061 8,205 7,248 1,779 9,508 7,179
1983 137,709 10,373 3,689 8,427 38,026 18,819 9,528 4,110 5,358 5,192 8,048 7,459 1,865 9,163 7,652
1982 135,559 10,243 3,638 8,160 37,312 18,532 9,392 3,891 5,222 5,261 8,166 7,548 1,878 9,005 7,311
1981 134,559 10,277 3,433 8,451 36,848 18,510 9,344 3,772 5,081 5,373 8,357 7,549 1,916 8,793 6,855

1980 131,513 10,387 3,205 8,298 36,690 17,971 8,745 3,575 4,792 5,220 8,276 7,345 1,962 8,438 6,609
1979 126,928 9,929 2,872 8,278 35,608 17,384 8,623 3,437 4,670 4,980 8,162 6,998 1,854 8,044 6,089
1978 125,040 9,835 2,775 7,963 35,089 17,427 8,480 3,343 4,517 4,834 8,114 6,805 1,930 7,897 6,031
1977 125,345 9,734 2,854 7,985 34,671 17,374 8,567 3,459 4,591 4,805 8,050 6,371 2,152 8,029 6,703
1976 123,596 9,166 2,944 7,453 34,057 18,097 8,827 3,407 4,376 4,696 7,819 5,995 2,171 7,913 6,675

1975 124,633 9,317 3,268 7,156 35,289 18,556 9,301 3,739 4,140 4,132 7,546 5,830 2,336 7,294 6,729
1974 120,822 8,930 3,305 6,967 34,062 18,922 8,741 3,562 3,850 3,898 7,324 5,833 2,454 6,837 6,137
1973 119,202 8,439 3,326 6,559 33,266 18,819 9,209 3,503 3,899 3,742 7,456 5,396 2,634 7,079 5,875
1972 119,221 8,345 3,357 6,510 32,361 17,304 10,112 3,452 4,399 3,840 8,217 5,299 2,750 7,696 5,579

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Headcount Enrollments Historical Table, Fall 1862–2000
FALL TOTAL EAU GBY LAC MSN MIL OSH PKS PLT RVF STP STO SUP WTW UWC

2000 156,976 10,553 5,479 9,133 40,470 23,201 10,777 4,965 5,494 5,835 8,608 7,696 2,843 10,540 11,382
1999 155,298 10,402 5,442 9,295 40,045 22,964 10,783 4,951 5,340 5,711 8,544 7,517 2,741 10,653 10,910
1998 152,926 10,682 5,603 9,290 39,517 22,600 10,769 4,655 5,016 5,570 8,517 7,604 2,632 10,628 9,843
1997 150,574 10,480 5,436 9,076 39,700 22,251 10,620 4,696 5,035 5,396 8,455 7,411 2,573 10,564 8,881
1996 149,142 10,512 5,533 9,041 39,306 21,877 10,393 4,532 5,105 5,327 8,361 7,322 2,640 10,398 8,795

1995 149,805 10,315 5,438 8,787 39,535 22,342 10,481 4,851 5,056 5,233 8,412 7,072 2,584 10,432 9,267
1994 152,129 10,342 5,633 8,585 39,785 22,984 10,534 5,027 5,149 5,406 8,430 7,412 2,589 10,432 9,821
1993 154,620 10,342 5,525 8,657 40,412 23,794 10,742 5,009 5,134 5,243 8,615 7,175 2,578 10,549 10,845
1992 156,873 10,431 4,933 8,354 41,752 24,341 10,973 5,031 5,265 5,438 8,618 7,343 2,938 10,544 10,912
1991 161,346 10,495 5,551 8,787 42,997 25,456 11,116 5,088 5,445 5,564 8,752 7,598 3,107 10,482 10,908

1990 159,979 10,643 4,801 8,746 43,092 25,380 11,098 5,113 5,230 5,196 8,806 7,442 2,615 10,184 11,633
1989 159,420 10,773 4,776 8,977 43,282 24,856 10,828 5,221 5,442 5,236 8,878 7,320 2,563 10,270 10,998
1988 162,330 11,038 5,221 9,242 43,364 25,212 11,209 5,172 5,334 5,544 9,318 7,597 2,437 10,458 11,184
1987 161,887 10,946 5,056 9,417 43,113 25,210 11,608 4,912 5,299 5,418 9,388 7,543 2,321 10,843 10,813
1986 164,518 11,103 4,978 9,659 44,384 25,930 11,800 5,195 5,321 5,612 9,555 7,686 2,307 10,897 10,091

1985 164,546 10,932 5,061 9,317 44,860 26,212 11,720 5,157 5,423 5,284 9,497 7,727 2,179 11,027 10,150
1984 161,936 10,757 4,906 9,109 44,055 26,464 11,256 5,544 5,293 5,287 9,008 7,383 2,095 10,737 10,042
1983 161,693 11,072 4,880 8,953 42,921 26,468 11,053 6,008 5,458 5,368 8,871 7,470 2,219 10,493 10,454
1982 159,354 10,883 4,681 8,659 42,090 26,119 10,920 5,850 5,335 5,334 9,016 7,595 2,171 10,321 10,380
1981 158,971 10,963 4,536 8,956 41,558 26,663 11,103 5,677 5,211 5,502 9,208 7,458 2,307 10,212 9,617

1980 155,499 11,054 4,164 9,016 41,242 25,933 10,200 5,368 4,955 5,339 9,183 7,411 2,323 10,006 9,305
1979 150,629 10,629 3,842 8,896 40,129 25,078 10,324 5,292 4,758 5,128 8,925 7,095 2,149 9,679 8,705
1978 147,934 10,494 3,715 8,431 39,348 24,789 10,020 5,241 4,630 5,002 8,966 7,026 2,282 9,601 8,389
1977 146,530 10,334 3,642 8,554 38,945 24,281 10,007 5,182 4,607 5,019 8,880 6,463 2,418 9,589 8,599
1976 143,440 9,974 3,641 7,756 37,857 24,686 10,225 4,984 4,447 4,873 8,522 6,066 2,450 9,388 8,571

1975 143,740 9,920 3,874 7,734 38,545 24,961 10,555 5,404 4,285 4,433 8,220 5,609 2,610 8,727 8,863
1974 139,891 9,434 3,943 7,573 36,915 25,421 10,666 5,260 3,941 4,213 8,042 5,459 2,613 8,354 8,057
1973 135,365 8,888 3,661 6,954 35,931 24,943 10,415 4,856 3,821 4,082 8,054 5,227 2,759 8,144 7,630
1972 133,303 8,701 3,625 6,785 34,866 23,293 11,312 4,366 4,345 3,933 8,701 5,245 2,836 8,410 6,885
19711 133,702 8,679 3,531 7,009 33,943 22,277 11,811 4,343 4,708 4,255 9,154 5,231 3,004 8,867 6,890

1970 132,088 8,288 2,950 7,248 34,388 20,822 11,549 4,102 4,813 4,156 8,734 5,080 3,053 9,721 7,184
1969 127,147 7,846 1,981 6,659 35,549 18,978 11,149 2,911 5,032 4,123 7,915 4,910 3,143 9,759 7,192
1968 118,239 7,248 1,425 6,001 34,670 16,768 11,096 1,796 5,024 4,052 6,830 4,330 3,318 9,402 6,279
1967 105,993 6,296 5,111 33,000 15,419 9,444 4,601 3,691 5,907 3,859 3,028 8,581 7,056
1966 95,251 5,326 4,514 31,120 14,176 8,267 4,190 3,544 5,123 3,251 2,709 7,004 6,027

1965 85,479 4,517 3,943 29,299 12,818 7,133 3,693 3,281 4,526 2,827 2,350 6,322 4,770
19642 71,097 3,573 2,987 26,293 11,302 5,375 3,011 2,592 3,465 2,330 1,830 4,901 3,438
1963 62,106 2,909 2,498 24,275 10,179 4,221 2,653 2,114 2,897 1,867 1,587 3,811 3,095
1962 54,562 2,480 2,159 21,733 9,354 3,324 2,200 1,813 2,407 1,682 1,477 3,009 2,924
1961 50,002 2,217 2,042 20,118 8,713 2,842 2,018 1,680 2,104 1,652 1,436 2,586 2,594

1960 44,567 1,818 1,781 18,811 7,946 2,251 1,719 1,445 1,802 1,493 1,337 1,998 2,166
1959 41,343 1,708 1,821 17,433 7,616 2,048 1,668 1,233 1,609 1,293 1,266 1,692 1,956
1958 39,253 1,614 1,772 16,590 7,266 1,874 1,615 1,285 1,522 1,267 1,168 1,569 1,711
1957 36,171 1,417 1,573 15,929 6,715 1,552 1,428 1,130 1,371 1,163 1,031 1,407 1,455
19563 34,941 1,332 1,497 15,918 6,195 1,397 1,317 1,032 1,377 1,159 938 1,255 1,524

1 University of Wisconsin and Wisconsin State Universities merged to form the University of Wisconsin System.
2 Wisconsin State Colleges renamed State Universities.
3 Milwaukee State Teachers College and local Extension center merged to establish UW-Milwaukee.

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Headcount Enrollments Historical Table, Fall 1862–2000 continued
FALL TOTAL EAU GBY LAC MSN MIL OSH PKS PLT RVF STP STO SUP WTW UWC

1955 31,682 1,209 1,334 15,134 5,105 1,148 1,140 913 1,188 1,054 895 1,066 1,496
1954 26,478 1,028 1,065 13,954 4,314 840 761 767 932 703 874 1,240
1953 23,162 820 945 13,346 2,891 733 603 662 759 650 733 1,020
1952 23,095 808 918 13,571 2,840 702 535 602 712 746 685 976
19514 23,622 747 928 14,020 2,938 695 577 666 699 785 661 906

1950 26,652 892 1,056 15,766 3,228 792 685 732 808 866 736 1,091
1949 29,890 917 1,137 17,690 3,603 933 747 899 896 922 771 1,375
19485 30,720 741 1,102 18,623 3,929 855 684 831 840 844 743 1,528
1947 32,202 724 1,091 18,693 4,666 938 715 779 886 970 744 1,996
1946 31,944 787 959 18,598 4,362 900 584 673 856 878 667 2,680

1945 13,540 366 455 9,028 1,518 330 329 211 308 345 339 311
1944 10,556 359 411 6,615 1,348 251 318 231 283 245 339 156
1943 9,615 340 356 5,904 1,216 286 216 251 313 222 412 99
1942 14,474 407 583 9,026 1,626 330 365 402 424 456 612 243
1941 17,661 580 697 10,511 1,635 656 523 511 556 601 728 663

1940 20,277 687 797 11,376 2,165 964 506 640 768 769 876 729
1939 21,057 735 806 11,286 2,326 954 649 750 839 940 997 775
1938 20,068 608 782 11,416 2,130 788 546 704 737 837 901 619
1937 18,326 509 694 10,905 1,880 719 508 563 615 688 793 452
1936 17,581 559 664 10,071 1,887 769 486 529 672 734 776 434

1935 16,021 626 644 9,065 1,874 734 477 481 698 759 663 509
1934 15,174 625 645 8,053 1,848 664 473 450 673 713 631 399
1933 14,623 643 709 7,374 1,901 679 477 531 704 734 686 185
1932 15,342 672 792 7,833 2,224 633 472 520 752 767 677
1931 15,975 580 818 8,765 2,099 679 447 566 621 783 617

1930 15,975 539 694 9,401 1,907 700 435 491 473 831 504
1929 15,028 450 650 9,468 1,604 555 351 405 359 753 433
1928 14,361 377 636 9,042 1,338 609 345 451 380 768 415
19276 13,977 346 590 8,942 1,215 640 316 443 351 720 414
1926 13,110 347 538 8,220 1,173 603 321 412 421 615 460

1925 12,881 432 522 7,760 1,125 592 360 364 479 703 544
1924 13,447 480 574 7,643 1,292 673 417 494 521 763 590
19237 13,801 488 634 7,632 1,461 617 454 489 600 853 573
1922 13,850 500 700 7,368 1,626 648 447 571 663 769 558
1921 12,962 422 600 7,344 1,403 618 346 517 584 559 569

1920 11,121 303 388 7,004 1,021 463 244 413 464 393 428
1919 10,645 200 382 6,872 965 405 237 443 413 385 343
1918 5,337 172 317 2,159 829 334 202 474 329 305 216
1917 7,986 198 405 4,043 1,036 395 288 472 461 428 260
1916 9,439 184 484 5,020 1,100 406 325 582 601 526 211

1915 9,490 545 4,868 1,132 607 321 663 622 519 213
1914 9,063 492 4,874 992 571 372 563 481 483 235
1913 7,747 380 4,438 766 465 282 394 345 430 247
1912 7,184 349 4,014 801 443 289 341 311 385 251
1911 7,470 371 3,956 828 581 319 322 324 452 317
4 State Teachers Colleges renamed Wisconsin State Colleges.
5 Part-time off-campus and extension enrollments excluded after 1947.
6 State Normal Schools renamed State Teachers Colleges.
7 UW-Extension day classes initiated in Milwaukee.

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Headcount Enrollments Historical Table, Fall 1862–2000 continued
FALL TOTAL EAU GBY LAC MSN MIL OSH PKS PLT RVF STP STO SUP WTW UWC

1910 7,167 371 3,902 581 659 276 301 359 423 295
1909 6,633 275 3,495 510 654 287 332 368 434 278
1908 5,773 3,225 485 493 266 322 347 331 304
1907 5,703 2,977 485 602 325 322 347 331 314
1906 5,340 2,719 451 620 310 334 297 321 288

1905 5,276 2,745 408 620 280 305 308 329 281
1904 5,110 2,657 406 552 308 300 296 322 269
1903 4,797 2,379 424 565 322 277 287 267 276
1902 4,564 2,122 406 562 283 294 313 296 288
1901 4,567 1,971 447 588 295 311 368 307 280

1900 4,451 1,848 392 617 299 292 370 316 317
1899 4,331 1,712 326 676 309 301 377 312 318
1898 4,067 1,479 335 674 322 269 403 262 323
1897 4,212 1,415 394 701 403 252 420 272 355
1896 4,031 1,335 360 642 481 289 344 247 333

1895 3,464 1,294 267 632 437 286 261 287


1894 2,974 1,196 202 521 347 309 152 247
1893 2,379 1,028 163 455 276 248 209
1892 2,312 1,021 80 424 259 252 276
1891 2,152 846 80 446 262 242 276

1890 2,043 800 84 393 284 217 265


1889 1,905 725 73 360 267 154 326
18888 1,769 654 53 364 262 144 292
1887 1,754 612 53 363 273 167 286
1886 1,622 505 47 363 266 161 280

1885 1,552 421 46 385 253 138 309


1884 1,537 387 455 256 145 294
1883 1,493 388 413 243 135 314
1882 1,482 367 419 261 133 302
1881 1,515 401 388 243 180 303

1880 1,391 437 332 215 128 279


1879 1,439 481 332 219 128 279
1878 1,447 449 338 227 118 315
1877 1,238 388 183 224 100 343
1876 1,111 316 156 224 130 285

1875 1,234 345 323 204 130 241


1874 1,173 409 289 213 262
1873 1,157 408 268 195 286
1872 1,102 435 261 182 224
1871 1,078 517 173 198 190

1870 846 485 173 188


1869 783 485 184 114
1868 684 495 150 39
1867 537 394 143
1866 403 304 99

1865 331 331


1864 306 306
1863 361 361
1862 260 260

8 Year enrollments for UW prior to 1888.

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Report of Headcount Enrollment, Summer 2000
Undergraduate and Specials
Institution Fresh. Soph. Junior Senior Special
Eau Claire 106 270 481 1,058 162
Resident 94 223 382 821 154
Non-Resident 12 47 99 237 8
Green Bay 51 105 203 421 103
Resident 48 99 194 406 101
Non-Resident 3 6 9 15 2
La Crosse 90 216 490 913 273
Resident 75 174 408 760 200
Non-Resident 15 42 82 153 73
Madison 128 623 1,904 3,748 1,793
Resident 79 388 1,224 2,695 1,434
Non-Resident 49 235 680 1,053 359
Milwaukee 200 988 984 2,539 1,576
Resident 192 938 956 2,420 1,491
Non-Resident 8 50 28 119 85
Oshkosh 76 73 164 622 120
Resident 64 69 158 592 119
Non-Resident 12 4 6 30 1
Parkside 132 199 258 434 298
Resident 127 190 227 376 286
Non-Resident 5 9 31 58 12
Platteville 60 125 260 552 165
Resident 57 123 246 505 159
Non-Resident 3 2 14 47 6
River Falls 35 119 312 600 180
Resident 24 70 175 294 112
Non-Resident 11 49 137 306 68
Stevens Point 41 158 372 863 157
Resident 35 139 337 786 149
Non-Resident 6 19 35 77 8
Stout 69 153 386 1,053 156
Resident 49 129 284 784 139
Non-Resident 20 24 102 269 17
Superior 32 45 96 244 45
Resident 18 23 46 110 30
Non-Resident 14 22 50 134 15
Whitewater 84 317 440 736 283
Resident 80 304 426 707 270
Non-Resident 4 13 14 29 13

Universities 1,104 3,391 6,350 13,783 5,311


Resident 942 2,869 5,063 11,256 4,644
Non-Resident 162 522 1,287 2,527 667

UW Colleges 895 777 0 0 1,427


Resident 880 756 0 0 1,373
Non-Resident 15 21 0 0 54

Baraboo 39 40 71
Barron 43 50 89
Fond du Lac 24 27 51
Fox Valley 158 96 159
Manitowoc 117 110 221
Marathon 75 74 105
Marinette 37 46 40
Marshfield 46 49 41
Richland 95 96 114
Rock 86 80 105
Sheboygan 122 105 185
Washington 49 38 84
Waukesha 238 185 507

UW System Total 1,999 4,168 6,350 13,783 6,738


Resident 1,822 3,625 5,063 11,256 6,017
Non-Resident 177 543 1,287 2,527 721

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Graduate and Professional
Grad
Grad. Special Law Med. Vet. Pharm. Men Women Total Institution
266 146 845 1,644 2,489 Eau Claire
240 146 701 1,359 2,060 Resident
26 144 285 429 Non-Resident
32 17 260 672 932 Green Bay
29 17 245 649 894 Resident
3 15 23 38 Non-Resident
415 37 895 1,539 2,434 La Crosse
290 36 712 1,231 1,943 Resident
125 1 183 308 491 Non-Resident
3,766 222 96 83 111 5,728 6,746 12,474 Madison
1,314 153 80 71 106 2,986 4,558 7,544 Resident
2,452 69 16 12 5 2,742 2,188 4,930 Non-Resident
1,475 244 3,175 4,831 8,006 Milwaukee
1,264 236 2,914 4,583 7,497 Resident
211 8 261 248 509 Non-Resident
550 237 601 1,241 1,842 Oshkosh
544 234 572 1,208 1,780 Resident
6 3 29 33 62 Non-Resident
36 27 504 880 1,384 Parkside
33 25 463 801 1,264 Resident
3 2 41 79 120 Non-Resident
95 64 669 652 1,321 Platteville
91 64 621 624 1,245 Resident
4 48 28 76 Non-Resident
261 133 560 1,080 1,640 River Falls
132 104 336 575 911 Resident
129 29 224 505 729 Non-Resident
180 220 739 1,252 1,991 Stevens Point
170 220 664 1,172 1,836 Resident
10 75 80 155 Non-Resident
397 126 1,012 1,328 2,340 Stout
328 118 818 1,013 1,831 Resident
69 8 194 315 509 Non-Resident
197 107 277 489 766 Superior
125 86 156 282 438 Resident
72 21 121 207 328 Non-Resident
432 105 917 1,480 2,397 Whitewater
405 104 852 1,444 2,296 Resident
27 1 65 36 101 Non-Resident

8,102 1,463 222 96 83 111 16,182 23,834 40,016 Universities


4,965 1,390 153 80 71 106 12,040 19,499 31,539 Resident
3,137 73 69 16 12 5 4,142 4,335 8,477 Non-Resident

0 0 0 0 0 0 1,050 2,049 3,099 UW Colleges


0 0 0 0 0 0 996 2,013 3,009 Resident
0 0 0 0 0 0 54 36 90 Non-Resident

44 106 150 Baraboo


51 131 182 Barron
32 70 102 Fond Du Lac
146 267 413 Fox Valley
136 312 448 Manitowoc
71 183 254 Marathon
41 82 123 Marinette
40 96 136 Marshfield
106 199 305 Richland
99 172 271 Rock
139 170 309 Sheboygan
68 103 171 Washington
347 583 930 Waukesha

8,102 1,463 222 96 83 111 17,232 25,883 43,115 UW System Total


4,965 1,390 153 80 71 106 13,036 21,512 34,548 Resident
3,137 73 69 16 12 5 4,196 4,371 8,567 Non-Resident

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University of Wisconsin-Extension
Teaching Contacts, Program Enrollments & Audience Counts, 1999-2000

Continuing Education Extension and


Business & Manufacturing Extension Enrollments
Number of programs 5,802
Number of enrollments 161,987

Small Business Development Center


Counseling clients 2,295
Hours of counseling 15,013
Wis Innovation Service Center clients (UW-Whitewater) 240

Credit Outreach1
Graduate enrollments 9,621
Undergraduate enrollments 14,310
Number of credits 66,064

Independent Learning Enrollments


University credit 3,693
Continuing education 1,113
High School credit 940
WTCS credit 100
Total 5,846

Cooperative Education Extension Teaching Contacts2


Agriculture/Agribusiness 408,137
Community, Natural Resources and Economic Development 205,498
Family Living Programs 346,791
4-H/Youth Development 306,733
Geological & Natural History Survey 9,860
Total Cooperative Extension contacts 1,277,019

Radio/Television Audience Counts3


Wisconsin Public Radio (listeners per week) 344,300
Wisconsin Public Television (households per week) 601,000
WPT Telecourse enrollments 2,189

Distance Education Enrollments4


ETN sessions 873
WISLINE Teleconference programming hours 76,536
Compressed Video sessions 2,205
Satellite Videoconference programs 146

1 UW-Extension coordinates off-campus credit courses. Credit is offered by the UW degree-granting institutions.
2 The totals include direct group and individual teaching contacts as reported by county and campus-based faculty/staff, plus 133,472 paraprofessional
contacts. In addition to these contacts, Cooperative Extension faculty/staff reach the public through publications, exhibits, mass media, satellite video-
conferences, telephone contacts, letters, ETN, the World Wide Web and the WisPlan computer network. The contacts for the first four program areas
in Cooperative Extension are for calendar year 1999.
3 Wisconsin Public Radio and Wisconsin Public Television are partnership services of UW-Extension and the Wisconsin Educational Communications Board.
4 Some enrollment figures included under Distance Education are also included in the other divisional/unit enrollments/contacts.

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Bachelor’s Degrees Conferred
July 1, 1999 through June 30, 2000

Institution Men Women Total

Eau Claire 630 1,036 1,666


Green Bay 274 529 803
La Crosse 633 906 1,539
Madison 2,515 3,035 5,550
Milwaukee 1,131 1,401 2,532
Oshkosh 524 844 1,368
Parkside 211 316 527
Platteville 441 301 742
River Falls 354 541 895
Stevens Point 613 820 1,433
Stout 443 528 971
Superior 119 204 323
Whitewater 744 908 1,652

UW System Total 8,632 11,369 20,001

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Graduate and Advanced Professional Degrees Conferred
July 1, 1999 through June 30, 2000

Institution Men Women Total

Eau Claire
Masters 43 127 170
Green Bay
Masters 7 4 11
La Crosse
Masters 111 216 327
Madison
Masters 867 877 1,744
Law 140 112 252
Medicine 77 66 143
Vet Medicine 19 55 74
Pharmacy 11 30 41
Doctoral 442 287 729
Sub-Total 1,556 1,427 2,983
Milwaukee
Masters 416 756 1,172
Doctoral 42 36 78
Sub-Total 458 792 1,250
Oshkosh
Masters 131 213 344
Parkside
Masters 14 7 21
Platteville
Masters 23 48 71
River Falls
Masters 25 77 102
Stevens Point
Masters 51 154 205
Stout
Masters 47 88 135
Superior
Masters 39 61 100
Whitewater
Masters 93 184 277

UW System Total
Masters 1,867 2,812 4,679
Professional 247 263 510
Doctoral 484 323 807

Total 2,598 3,398 5,996

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Multicultural Student Headcount Enrollments*
10-Year History

Total Multicultural Multicultural Students


Fall Term Enrollment Enrollment as Percentage of Total

1990-91 159,979 9,198 5.7


1991-92 161,346 9,781 6.1
1992-93 156,873 10,411 6.6
1993-94 154,620 10,843 7.0
1994-95 152,129 11,330 7.4
1995-96 149,805 11,335 7.6
1996-97 149,142 11,376 7.6
1997-98 150,574 11,630 7.7
1998-99 152,926 11,891 7.8
1999-00 155,298 12,310 7.9
2000-01 156,976 12,435 7.9

* All multicultural student statistics on these two pages are based on optional self-identification at registration.
Note: Enrollments include undergraduate, graduate and professional students.

Multicultural Student Headcount Undergraduate Enrollment, Fall 2000


According to Sex
African American American Indian Asian Hispanic/Latino Multicultural
Male Female Male Female Male Female Male Female Student Total
Eau Claire 39 33 31 37 100 119 38 57 454
Green Bay 20 15 32 78 41 65 11 22 284
La Crosse 54 33 23 34 95 82 50 47 418
Madison 294 315 68 71 598 626 300 346 2,618
Milwaukee 565 1,083 61 99 397 391 341 433 3,370
Oshkosh 49 42 13 33 58 58 34 70 357
Parkside 135 271 11 15 46 63 113 189 843
Platteville 32 21 4 8 43 24 22 9 163
River Falls 20 17 12 13 44 71 27 36 240
Stevens Point 18 19 40 25 46 58 26 25 257
Stout 45 13 13 18 54 63 33 24 263
Superior 16 9 13 21 3 8 6 5 81
Whitewater 161 179 17 18 74 72 79 82 682
Colleges 92 48 42 53 100 108 65 76 584

Total 1,540 2,098 380 523 1,699 1,808 1,145 1,421 10,614

Note: Undergraduate enrollments include freshmen, sophomores, juniors, seniors, and undergraduate specials.

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Total Headcount Enrollment Detail by Race
Fall 1999 Fall 2000
Number Percent Number Percent
Asian 4,021 2.59 4,104 2.61
African American 4,229 2.72 4,232 2.70
Hispanic/Latino 3,058 1.97 3,058 1.95
American Indian 1,002 0.65 1,041 0.66
Other/White* 142,988 92.07 144,541 92.08

Total 155,298 100.00 156,976 100.00

* Other/White enrollment includes Unknown and International students.

Degrees Conferred
10-Year History of All Multicultural Groups, All Levels, By Year

Bachelor’s Master’s Doctorates Professional Total

1990-91 754 229 56 48 1,087


1991-92 812 248 41 53 1,154
1992-93 933 241 48 50 1,272
1993-94 1,043 233 55 62 1,393
1994-95 1,048 310 56 78 1,492
1995-96 1,128 311 69 81 1,589
1996-97 1,170 342 59 86 1,657
1997-98 1,256 343 55 114 1,768
1998-99 1,193 348 49 108 1,698
1999-00 1,242 378 57 101 1,778

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Financial

Information

2001 UW System Fact Book


Undergraduate Student Costs
for Academic Years 1996-97 through 2000-01*
Most
Tuition / Fees University Popular Total Academic Year
Institution Resident Nonres. Housing Meal Plan Resident Nonres.

Eau Claire1
1996-97 2,464 7,928 1,670 1,234 5,368 10,832
1997-98 2,756 8,698 1,720 1,266 5,742 11,684
1998-99 2,891 9,173 1,855 1,278 6,024 12,306
1999-00 3,086 9,950 1,985 1,316 6,387 13,251
2000-01 3,121 10,649 2,045 1,390 6,556 14,084

Green Bay4
1996-97 2,545 8,009 1,650 900 5,095 10,559
1997-98 2,736 8,678 1,825 1,000 5,561 11,503
1998-99 2,916 9,198 1,985 1,000 5,901 12,183
1999-00 3,150 10,014 2,045 1,000 6,195 13,059
2000–01 3,306 10,834 2,106 1,000 6,412 13,940

La Crosse1
1996-97 2,542 8,006 1,400 1,400 5,342 10,806
1997-98 2,768 8,710 1,600 1,460 5,828 11,770
1998-99 2,879 9,161 1,690 1,560 6,129 12,411
1999-00 3,113 9,977 1,740 1,560 6,413 13,277
2000-01 3,186 10,714 1,800 1,560 6,546 14,074

Madison
1996-97 3,030 10,148 2,106 1,805 6,941 14,059
1997-98 3,240 10,979 2,180 1,886 7,306 15,045
1998-99 3,405 11,586 2,258 1,948 7,611 15,792
1999-00 3,735 13,049 2,339 2,002 8,076 17,390
2000-01 3,788 14,186 2,456 2,082 8,326 18,724

Milwaukee3
1996-97 3,100 9,963 1,998 1,100 6,198 13,061
1997-98 3,326 10,789 2,273 1,200 6,799 14,262
1998-99 3,479 11,370 2,314 1,270 7,063 14,954
1999-00 3,741 12,361 1,990 1,310 7,041 15,661
2000-01 3,761 13,209 2,064 1,355 7,180 16,628

Oshkosh
1996-97 2,415 7,879 1,551 960 4,926 10,390
1997-98 2,605 8,547 1,628 1,030 5,263 11,205
1998-99 2,778 9,060 1,758 1,180 5,716 11,998
1999-00 2,998 9,862 1,850 1,280 6,128 12,992
2000-01 3,021 10,549 1,930 1,304 6,255 13,783

Parkside
1996-97 2,521 7,985 2,330 1,050 5,901 11,365
1997-98 2,704 8,646 2,530 1,280 6,514 12,456
1998-99 2,838 9,120 2,620 1,110 6,568 12,850
1999-00 3,042 9,906 2,756 1,170 6,968 13,832
2000-01 3,090 10,618 2,900 1,430 7,420 14,948

Platteville1
1996-97 2,506 7,970 1,316 1,473 5,295 10,759
1997-98 2,680 8,622 1,394 1,546 5,620 11,562
1998-99 2,806 9,088 1,664 1,600 6,070 12,352
1999-00 3,008 9,872 1,730 1,656 6,394 13,258
2000-01 3,155 10,683 1,810 1,730 6,695 14,223

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Most
Tuition / Fees University Popular Total Academic Year
Institution Resident Nonres. Housing Meal Plan Resident Nonres.

River Falls1,5
1996-97 2,483 7,947 1,578 1,330 5,391 10,855
1997-98 2,664 8,608 1,640 1,470 5,774 11,718
1998-99 2,797 9,079 1,754 1,520 6,071 12,353
1999-00 2,976 9,840 1,816 1,550 6,342 13,206
2000-01 3,029 10,557 1,932 1,470 6,431 13,959

Stevens Point1
1996-97 2,522 7,986 1,826 1,280 5,628 11,092
1997-98 2,707 8,649 1,886 1,302 5,895 11,837
1998-99 2,842 9,124 1,958 1,334 6,134 12,416
1999-00 3,047 9,911 2,076 1,380 6,503 13,367
2000-01 3,061 10,589 2,136 1,480 6,677 14,205

Stout1
1996-97 2,524 7,988 1,526 1,296 5,346 10,810
1997-98 2,708 8,650 1,618 1,364 5,690 11,632
1998-99 2,836 9,118 1,730 1,426 5,992 12,274
1999-00 3,022 9,886 1,816 1,468 6,306 13,170
2000-01 3,178 10,714 1,920 1,512 6,610 14,146

Superior
1996-97 2,461 7,925 1,506 1,576 5,543 11,007
1997-98 2,650 8,592 1,590 1,612 5,852 11,794
1998-99 2,768 9,050 1,670 1,628 6,066 12,348
1999-00 2,971 9,835 1,730 1,686 6,387 13,251
2000-01 3,001 10,529 1,974 1,710 6,685 14,213

Whitewater1
1996-97 2,502 7,966 1,556 1,112 5,170 10,634
1997-98 2,686 8,628 1,620 1,156 5,462 11,404
1998-99 2,831 9,113 1,710 1,190 5,731 12,013
1999-00 3,016 9,880 1,810 1,354 6,180 13,044
2000-01 3,054 10,582 1,890 1,394 6,338 13,866

Colleges
1996-97 1,978 6,587 see #2 below see #2 below 1,978 6,587
1997-98 2,158 7,225 2,158 7,225
1998-99 2,416 7,890 2,416 7,890
1999-00 2,483 8,487 2,483 8,487
2000-01 2,492 9,076 2,492 9,076

* Tuition/fee costs shown include segregated student fees which differ from campus to campus and cover such items as health services, activities, student union
services, etc. Room costs are based on standard double occupancy average costs. Alternative room and meal plans are available at some campuses.
1 There is an additional charge of between $92 and $130 for textbook rental on these campuses. Textbook rental is also available at UW-Barron County and
UW-Richland. At all other institutions, students purchase their textbooks.
2 Highest tuition/fees are shown for the 13 UW Colleges. University housing is available at UW-Marathon County; room and board costs $3,076.
Most Colleges’ students commute daily. Costs vary for food service and for private or county-operated housing available near most colleges.
3 Milwaukee’s room rate represents a large double room with five students.
4 Green Bay’s room rate represents a four student per apartment rate.
5 River Falls’ most popular meal plan is 10 meals.

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Overview of Financial Aid
In 1999-00, a total of 81,047 University of Wisconsin System students received $468.0 million in financial aid. Regulations
governing requirements for state and federal financial aid and a list of aid programs are provided in the current Introduc-
tion to the University of Wisconsin System. A summary of financial aid provided in 1999-00 to UW System students follows.

Summary of Financial Aid Provided in 1999-00


to UW System Students
Type of Aid Provided
State Federal Institutional Other Total
Grants Grants Grants Grants Grants Work Loan Total

Number of Aid 21,736 26,114 14,336 9,382 45,651 9,375 65,014 81,0471
Recipients

Total Amount of $34.6 $61.0 $23.9 $14.3 $133.8 $11.4 $322.8 $468.0
Aid Provided
(Millions)

Average Aid ($) $1,594 $2,335 $1,666 $1,520 $2,930 $1,216 $4,965 $5,774

1 This figure represents the total number of students receiving any type of financial aid. Students often receive more than one type of aid, so the cumulative
totals for students aided through grant, work and loan programs will not equal the grand total.

2000-2001 Average Student Costs: 9-month Total


For Undergraduate Resident Students
Living on Campus (Excluding UW Colleges)

Total Cost
Double Room $9,741
$2,072
21% Tuition/Fees
$3,359
35%
Miscellaneous
$1,573
16%
Meals
$1,569 Books
16% $569
6%
Transportation
$599
6%

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Financial Aid Provided to UW System Students,
from 1990-91 to 1999-2000
By Type of Aid

1999-00

1998-99

1997-98

1996-97
Loan Aid

1995-96
Grant Aid

1994-95 Work Aid

1993-94

1992-93

1991-92

1990-91

0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350

Aid in Millions

The University of Wisconsin System


Financial Aid Federal, State and Institutional Funding
For Academic Year 1999–00

Federal Funding State Funding Institutional Funding Other Funding Total Aid
Dollars Headcount Dollars Headcount Dollars Headcount Dollars Headcount Dollars Headcount
(millions) (millions) (millions) (millions) (millions)

Total $386.2 71,186 $34.9 21,803 $25.6 14,673 $21.2 10,820 $468.0 81,047

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Budget Allocations by Institution and Source of Funds, 2000-01

State And Federal Appropriations Operational


2000-2001 Academic Indirect
Budget Sub- Student Cost
Institution Total State Federal Total Fees Reimbursement

Doctoral
Madison $1,511,681,813 $399,324,792 $ 5,345,672 $ 404,670,464 $206,984,294 $65,000,000
Milwaukee 351,608,812 127,250,045 127,250,045 69,481,329 3,567,678

Subtotal 1,863,290,625 526,574,837 5,345,672 531,920,509 276,465,623 68,567,698

Comprehensive
Eau Claire 129,485,081 48,896,024 48,896,024 27,017,929 226,000
Green Bay 67,851,985 25,142,475 25,142,475 12,107,755 204,733
La Crosse 102,760,925 41,052,859 41,052,859 25,353,508 250,000
Oshkosh 119,092,272 47,480,718 47,480,718 24,758,843 379,988
Parkside 47,747,391 24,846,928 24,846,928 9,889,267 97,149
Platteville 69,895,939 29,315,093 29,315,093 14,545,472 125,000
River Falls 65,143,766 29,132,068 29,132,068 13,720,959 40,649
Stevens Point 110,437,934 43,734,518 43,734,518 23,025,939 175,925
Stout 94,818,824 39,764,123 39,764,123 20,748,585 375,443
Superior 37,849,215 16,390,095 16,390,095 6,540,935 54,965
Whitewater 129,577,158 40,101,396 40,101,396 27,988,331 187,350

Subtotal 974,660,490 385,856,297 385,856,297 205,697,523 2,117,202

Colleges 63,203,368 32,724,296 32,724,296 17,334,234 98,685


Extension 169,852,178 60,462,262 11,248,197 71,710,459 12,469,597 336,078
System Admin. 14,480,178 10,329,088 10,329,088 1,337,000
Systemwide 38,208,343 18,930,149 18,930,149 10,230,613 35,000

TOTAL $3,123,695,182 $1,034,876,929 $16,593,869 $1,051,470,798 $522,197,590 $72,491,663

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Receipts Gifts And Grants
Hospital Federal
Operational Auxiliary Authority Sub- Grants & Gifts & Sub-
Receipts Enterprises Payments Total Contracts Trusts Total

$12,742,213 $219,941,305 $36,000,000 $ 540,667,812 $297,060,000 $269,283,537 $566,343,537


5,775,810 49,642,253 128,467,090 86,233,009 9,658,668 95,891,677

18,518,023 269,583,558 36,000,000 669,134,902 383,293,009 278,942,205 662,235,214

701,992 23,141,421 51,087,342 27,508,960 1,992,755 29,501,715


1,070,671 23,642,556 37,025,715 4,888,531 795,264 5,683,795
415,205 22,996,359 49,015,072 9,364,622 3,328,372 12,692,994
255,731 25,988,406 51,382,968 16,928,435 3,300,151 20,228,586
492,035 7,645,584 18,124,035 4,152,978 623,450 4,776,428
297,244 19,466,395 34,434,111 5,307,543 839,192 6,146,735
1,094,068 13,294,123 28,149,799 7,284,990 576,909 7,861,899
516,599 29,440,057 53,158,520 11,198,868 2,346,028 13,544,896
568,508 19,385,860 41,078,396 12,394,983 1,581,322 13,976,305
105,856 5,917,646 12,619,402 8,520,735 318,983 8,839,718
2,141,204 24,567,667 54,884,552 32,583,485 2,007,725 34,591,210

7,659,113 215,486,074 430,959,912 140,134,130 17,710,151 157,844,281

1,048,291 4,799,727 23,280,937 6,182,322 1,015,813 7,198,135


53,950,442 5,221,005 71,977,122 6,995,017 19,169,580 26,164,597
143,731 110,905 1,591,636 50,000 2,509,454 2,559,454
5,000 6,920,761 17,191,374 1,054,220 1,032,600 2,086,820

$81,324,600 $502,122,030 $36,000,000 $1,214,135,883 $537,708,698 $320,379,803 $858,088,501

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Source of Funds Spent, 1999-2000

0
$16,767,647 Federal Appropriations 0.58%

163,424,738 Fee Remissions and Compacts 5.65%

207,110,818 Auxiliary Enterprises 7.17%

304,793,120 Gifts, Donations, Endowment Income 10.54%

319,056,688 Educational and Other Sources 11.04%

434,298,458 Federal Grants and Contracts 15.02%

491,851,754 Student Fees 17.01%

953,860,999 State Appropriations 32.99%

$2,891,164,222 100.00%

State, Federal, Private and Other Funding


for Instruction, Research and Public Service Functions, 1999–00
(Cash Basis)
1999–2000 Total Public
Expenditures Instruction Research Service

GPO and Other State $1,535,795,336 $653,238,258 $ 88,754,297 $ 97,949,188


Federal 410,955,143 16,965,758 260,410,601 33,923,644
Private** 304,566,599 44,067,681 143,042,307 29,538,374
Revolving*** 476,422,406 28,164,199 13,669,647 47,199,662
Fee Remissions and Compacts 163,424,738 23,205,390 25,211,207

Total $2,891,164,222 $765,641,286 $531,088,059 $208,610,868

* Refers to institutional support, farm and physical plant operations, plant additions, auxiliary enterprises and mandatory transfers.
** Private sources include gifts, donations and endowment income.
*** Revolving funds include auxiliary enterprises, State Laboratory of Hygiene and other general operations receipts.

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How Funds Were Spent: A Functional Breakdown
of 1999-2000 Expenditures

$ 10,827,823 Farm Operations 0.37%

65,536,760 Plant Additions 2.27%

112,713,835 Mandatory Transfers 3.90%

146,103,808 Institutional Support 5.05%

148,647,782 Physical Plant 5.14%

193,899,741 Auxiliary Enterprises 6.71%

208,610,868 Public Service 7.22%

214,518,283 Financial Aid 7.42%

223,341,901 Student Services 7.72%

270,234,076 Academic Support 9.35%

531,088,059 Research 18.37%

765,641,286 Instruction 26.48%

$2,891,164,222 100.00%

Academic Student Financial


Support Services Aid Other*

$223,360,477 $ 89,852,920 $ 8,560,755 $374,079,441


4,956,495 12,492,632 66,690,884 15,515,129
9,568,358 4,019,709 21,006,994 53,323,176
32,348,746 116,976,640 3,251,509 234,812,003
115,008,141

$270,234,076 $223,341,901 $214,518,283 $677,729,749

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Total Educational Cost 2000-2001

Wisconsin Resident Undergraduate, Dependent Student


Living on Campus (Excluding UW Colleges)*

Portion of total cost paid by student and family Cost of Instruction*


$9,741 (66% of total cost) $7,889 (53% of total cost)

State Funds $5,031

Student and Family $2,858


(29.3%)
Tuition $2,858 for $5,031 $2,858
Personal/Other $2,741 instructional (63.7%) (36.2%)
Meals $1,569 expenses $6,883 paid by paid by
(70.6%) state student
Room $2,072 for funds and family
Segregated Fees $501 non-instructional
expenses
Subtotal $9,741

Total Cost $14,772

Based on weighted average of representative budgets at institutions (excluding UW Colleges).


* Actual costs vary from campus to campus.
** Based on 1999-00 final cost per student.

Percentage of Total Cost of Instruction Paid


By Resident Undergraduate Students

2000-01 36.2%

1999-00 37.3%

1998-99 35.9%

1997-98 35.8%

1996-97 34.5%

1995-96 33.4%

1994-95 31.6%

1993-94 30.9%

1992-93 30.6%

10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% 40% 45% 50%

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State Appropriations (GPR) as a Percentage
of Total UW System Annual Budgets
10-Year History

Fiscal Total UW State GPR-% of


Year System Budget GPR Total Budget

1991-92 2,175,109,432 759,536,700 34.92 %

1992-93 2,329,980,613 796,061,497 34.17 %

1993-94 2,426,861,934 823,004,342 33.91 %

1994-95 2,545,483,393 856,993,724 33.67 %

1995-96 2,659,989,949 850,208,619 31.96 %

1996-97 2,480,057,645 844,380,697 34.05 %

1997-98 2,606,993,359 879,818,127 33.75 %

1998-99 2,721,789,178 910,626,002 33.46%

1999–00 2,922,311,886 961,096,436 32.89 %

2000-01 3,123,695,182 1,034,876,929 33.13 %

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Board of Regents Policy on Acceptance of
Gifts, Grants and Bequests
(Revised February 5, 1982)

“As matters of law, policy and practice, the Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System and the Institutions
of the System are committed to providing access to higher educational opportunity to persons of every race and ethnic
heritage, sex, age, religion and creed. To this end, the Regents have acted and continue to act to support policies and
measures designed to assure that no person shall be denied access to higher educational opportunity on the basis of race
or ethnic heritage, sex, age, religion or creed. For this reason, the Regents encourage gifts, grants, bequests and devises
which further and expand educational opportunities in the State of Wisconsin.
“Therefore, the Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System will accept gifts, grants, bequests and devises
and will administer them in lawful ways. If any proposed gifts, grants, bequests and devises are subject to a restriction
which renders administration of them wholly, or in part, unlawful, impracticable, impossible or inappropriate, then the
Board will withhold acceptance, while it attempts to have those terms modified by consent or by the courts.
“As a matter of policy, the Board directs the System and institutions not to accept future gifts, grants, bequests or devises
which include restrictions requiring differentiations on the basis of religion or creed, unless those restrictions are removed
by consent of the donors, if living, or by appropriate legal processes, initiated by the legal representatives of deceased
donors.
“The Business and Finance Committee of the Board should periodically examine terms of existing gifts, grants, bequests
or devises which were accepted in years past and recommend to the Board whether modification of any terms should be
sought.”

UW System Gifts, Grants & Contracts


10-Year Summary
Federal Federal All Sources
Amount % of Total Total

1990-91 307,852,071 72% 430,107,275

1991-92 347,181,961 70% 493,139,670

1992-93 366,587,583 68% 540,646,858

1993-94 375,360,408 69% 541,098,102

1994-95 416,919,733 69% 607,795,190

1995-96 373,145,279 67% 558,144,138

1996-97 374,533,689 63% 594,427,021

1997-98 375,190,080 58% 647,904,478

1998-99 437,581,022 63% 691,438,801

1999-2000 471,533,591 61% 768,059,901

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Faculty

& Staff

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Budgeted Faculty and Staff Positions, 2000-01*
(Full-Time Equivalent)

Assoc.
Assoc. Asst. Prof. Total Other Total Total
Institution Prof. Prof. Prof. Inst. Unranked Faculty Unclass. Unclass. Classif. UW Staff

Universities
Eau Claire 172 123 135 5 10 445 236 681 422 1,103
Green Bay 47 54 68 3 172 193 365 195 560
La Crosse 108 101 137 1 1 348 274 622 327 949
Madison 1,342 373 418 2,133 5,907 8,040 4,857 12,897
Milwaukee 267 275 218 1 761 960 1,721 1,067 2,788
Oshkosh 94 120 162 5 1 382 362 744 414 1,158
Parkside 47 51 33 2 134 160 294 190 484
Platteville 93 58 83 1 235 149 384 232 616
River Falls 119 59 71 3 251 140 391 211 602
Stevens Point 163 98 97 8 1 367 255 622 378 1,000
Stout 130 78 102 310 243 553 384 937
Superior 40 27 39 2 108 111 219 139 358
Whitewater 105 110 154 3 372 284 656 376 1,032

Total 2,727 1,527 1,717 34 14 6,018 9,273 15,292 9,192 24,484

UW Colleges
Baraboo-Sauk 9 6 4 18 18 36 11 47
Barron 4 7 7 18 11 29 12 40
Fond du Lac 2 8 12 22 11 33 17 50
Fox Valley 6 13 15 34 30 64 19 83
Manitowoc 8 8 5 21 11 32 13 45
Marathon 15 12 14 41 23 64 24 88
Marinette 2 6 8 16 12 28 12 40
Marshfield-Wood 1 8 8 17 14 31 11 42
Richland 4 6 6 16 10 26 9 35
Rock 4 12 12 28 15 43 15 58
Sheboygan 9 5 8 22 15 37 14 51
Washington 5 12 11 28 13 41 14 55
Waukesha 15 23 22 60 30 90 33 123
Other 0 42 42 19 62

Total 84 126 132 0 341 255 595 223 819

UW Extension 78 123 54 35 292 527 819 269 1,088

System Admin. 52 52 99 150


Systemwide 77 77 31 108

Total
UW System 2,889 1,776 1,904 69 14 6,651 10,184 16,836 9,813 26,649

* Includes vacant positions. Does not include 2,595 student assistants in the UW System.
Source: UW Office of Budget Planning

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Budgeted Faculty, 2000-01*
(Appointment Count)

Associate
Associate Assistant Professor Total
Institution Professors Professors Professors Instructors Unranked Faculty

Universities
Eau Claire 175 125 137 7 10 454
Green Bay 49 55 69 3 176
La Crosse 108 101 137 1 1 348
Madison 1,388 385 431 2,204
Milwaukee 279 286 218 1 784
Oshkosh 97 121 163 5 1 387
Parkside 47 52 33 2 134
Platteville 94 59 84 - 1 238
River Falls 121 60 72 4 257
Stevens Point 165 102 101 8 1 377
Stout 132 80 111 - 323
Superior 40 29 41 2 112
Whitewater 108 112 159 3 382

Total 2,803 1,567 1,756 36 14 6,176

UW Colleges
Baraboo-Sauk 10 6 4 20
Barron 4 7 7 18
Fond du Lac 2 8 12 22
Fox Valley 6 13 16 35
Manitowoc 8 8 5 21
Marathon 15 12 15 42
Marinette 2 6 8 16
Marshfield-Wood 1 8 8 17
Richland 4 6 6 16
Rock 4 12 12 28
Sheboygan 9 5 8 22
Washington 5 12 11 28
Waukesha 15 23 22 60
Systemwide Services 0

Total 85 126 134 0 345

UW Extension 86 136 59 39 320

Systemwide

Total UW System 2,974 1,829 1,949 75 14 6,841

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Average AAUP Salaries of Full-Time
Faculty as of 2000-01 (filled positions only)*

Institutions Professors Associate Professors Assistant Professors

Eau Claire $61,876 $51,474 $43,941


Green Bay 60,329 51,145 43,739
La Crosse 65,940 53,718 46,227
Madison ** 90,392 67,990 59,756
Milwaukee 78,062 60,468 51,976
Oshkosh 65,430 53,337 46,921
Parkside 66,420 55,727 43,609
Platteville 65,233 50,536 45,603
River Falls 60,053 49,046 46,277
Stevens Point 63,784 51,181 42,763
Stout 62,698 50,851 44,707
Superior 59,777 50,369 43,174
Whitewater 67,353 53,480 45,939

Colleges 57,090 47,011 39,681

* The American Association of University Professors (AAUP) salary ranges are being used to be consistent with other reports. AAUP averages represent
academic year salaries and annual salaries converted to 9-month appointments. AAUP does not report salary data for UW-Extension.
** AAUP salary averages for UW-Madison exclude salaries of staff members who hold appointments in the Medical School.
Source: 2000-01 AAUP/IPEDS Report

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Women Faculty by Rank*
5-Year History
Percent of Total Faculty
(Full-Time Equivalent Basis)
*Faculty on leave included.
Source: Human Resources Information System (HRIS) database
Prepared by the Office of Human Resources, UWSA (10/01)

15.7%
1996-97 31.3%
43.2%
47.1%

16.8 %
1997-98 32.3%
44.6%
52.9%

18.0%
1998-99 32.7%
45.2%
52.9%

19.0%
1999-00 34.2%
44.5%
62.4%

20.3%
35.0%
2000-01
43.4%
62.3%

Professor Associate Assistant Instructor


Professor Professor

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Multicultural Faculty by Gender as of October 2000*
(Headcount)

African American American Indian Asian Hispanic/Latino Multicultural


Male Female Male Female Male Female Male Female Faculty Total
Colleges 4 1 1 10 5 2 2 25
Eau Claire 4 4 3 2 12 5 3 1 34
Extension 1 1 1 1 4
Green Bay 1 3 9 3 5 3 24
La Crosse 6 2 1 15 4 8 2 38
Madison 28 20 4 2 111 30 41 17 253
Milwaukee 16 15 5 4 62 21 14 2 139
Oshkosh 4 1 21 9 3 2 40
Parkside 4 4 7 5 3 23
Platteville 6 2 1 13 1 3 1 27
River Falls 2 3 4 2 2 13
Stevens Point 3 1 1 11 4 1 2 23
Stout 5 1 1 10 3 3 23
Superior 1 1 3 1 6
Whitewater 6 3 2 17 9 6 3 46

Total 91 53 21 17 301 104 94 37 718

Multicultural faculty members represent 11.6% of the total UW System faculty (6,182).
*Faculty on leave included.
Source: Human Resources Information System (HRIS) database, Oct. 2001.
Data does not include 47 faculty members whose gender/race/ethnicity are unknown.

Multicultural Faculty by Ethnic Group, October 2000

60
Asian
56.4%
50
African American

40 Hispanic/Latino

30 Native American

20
20.1%
18.2%

10

5.3%
0

Multicultural faculty members represent 11.6% (headcount) of the total UW System faculty (6,182).

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UW-Superior

Institutions in the
University of Wisconsin System
UW-Barron County

UW-Marinette

UW-Stout UW-Marathon County


UW-River Falls UW-Eau Claire

UW-Marshfield/Wood County
UW-Stevens Point UW-Green Bay

UW-Fox Valley
UW-Manitowoc
UW-Oshkosh
UW-La Crosse
UW-Fond du Lac
UW-Sheboygan
Universities
UW-Baraboo/Sauk County
UW-Washington County
Freshman-Sophomore
Colleges UW-Richland

UW-Extension Offices
in every county UW-Madison UW-Milwaukee
UW-Waukesha
UW-Platteville
UW-Whitewater
UW-Rock County
UW-Parkside
Index by ethnic group, 58
headcount, 55
Academic programs role in UW System, 6
credit outreach UWEX, 36 salaries, 56
independent study UWEX, 36 women by rank, 57
Academic staff Financial Aid
appointments, 6 10-year summary, 45
role in UW System, 6 federal and state programs, 45
statistics (other unclassified), 54 Gifts, Grants and Contracts
Acreage, campus, 20 10-year summary, 52
Appropriations, GPR as Percentage of Budget, 51 regent policy on, 52
Board of Regents GPR Support
descriptions, 5 10-year history, 51
meeting dates, 9 financial expenditures of, 48
members, 8 HELP (UW System Advising Service), inside front cover
office staff, 9 History, of UW System, 5
officers, 9 Housing, Campus
presidents 1971-present, 7 cost of, 42-43
Budget Instruction, funding of, 48
10-year summary of GPR support, 51 Map of Campus Locations, inside back cover
2000-01 UW System, 46 Men
academic year (student), 44 multicultural enrollment, 39
allocations by institution and source, 46 multicultural faculty, 58
how funds were spent, 49 undergraduate enrollment, 29
source of funds, 48 Mission Statement of UW System, 10
state, federal, private funding/expenditures, 48 Multicultural
Buildings degrees awarded, 40
owned facilities by year of construction, 21 enrollment, 39-40
statistics by institution, systemwide, 20 faculty, by ethnic group, 58
Calendar, academic years 2001-2002, 2002-2003, 16-19 Officers, UW System Administration, 11
Colleges, UW, 14 Physical Plant, Statistics, 20
deans, 13 Presidents
Chancellors, 12 Board of Regents, 7
Chapter 36, Wisconsin Statutes, see www.wisconsin.edu UW System, 7
Costs, student Public Service
four-year summary 1996-97 to 2000-01, 42-43 expenditures by source of funding, 48
percentage paid by resident undergraduates, 50 Regents
representative student budget, 44 (See Board of Regents)
total education cost, 50 Research, funding of, 48-49
Degrees conferred Salaries, Full-Time Faculty, 56
bachelors, 37 Statutes, Wisconsin—Chapter 36, see www.wisconsin.edu
graduate and professional, 38 Student
multicultural group, 40 costs, 42-44, 50
Enrollments enrollment, 25-36
fall 2000 enrollment by institution, 26 financial aid, 44-45
fall enrollments, past 25 years, 25 gender, 29
geographic origin of students, 28 geographic origin, 28
historical, 30-31 role in UW System, 7
multicultural student enrollment, 39-40 Summer Session Enrollments, 34-35
summer sessions, 34-35 Telephone Numbers
Ethnic Groups business/industry information, inside front cover
degrees awarded, 40 chancellors, 12, outside back cover
enrollment, 39-40 Colleges deans, 13, outside back cover
male/female enrollment, 39 HELP (UW System Advising Service), inside front cover
multicultural faculty by ethnic group, 58 UW System Administration and
Expenditures, UW System Board of Regents News, inside front cover
by source of funds and function, 48 UW System Administration officers, 11
how funds were spent, 49 Tuition
Extension, UW- as part of educational cost, 50
brief information, 15 by campus, 42
enrollment, 36 percent of total cost of instruction, 50
teaching contacts, 36 Women
Facilities, 20-21 faculty by rank (percent of total faculty), 57
Faculty multicultural enrollment, 39
budgeted faculty, 55 multicultural faculty, 58
budgeted faculty and staff, 54 undergraduate enrollment, 29

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