ERIC Number: ED161492
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1978-Oct
Reference Count: 0
Compendium of Selected Data & Characteristics, 1977-78.
Hauselman, A. J., Ed.; Tudor, Dan, Ed.
After tracing the development of the 13-campus community college system in Kentucky, which is governed by University of Kentucky Board of Trustees, this document outlines enrollment, instructional programs, financial support, and student characteristics throughout the system. Headcount enrollment is presented by class, sex, residence, and year for 1964-1977; full-time equivalent enrollment by year; and enrollment of first-time freshman by year. Data for each instructional program are given with regard to: headcount by degree level; baccalaureate, applied science, and non-degree enrollment by sex; credit hours offered by degree and course level; full-time enrollment by degree and course level; number of graduates by technical program and by year; number and type of library materials; highest degree attained by full-time teaching faculty; and staff and faculty development activities. Financial support of the system is considered in relation to actual operating expenditures by function, percent of annual expenditures for general educational support, budgeted expenditures by function, percent of budgeted expenditures for general educational support, and average salaries by rank for teaching faculty. Student characteristics are considered in terms of mean standard American College Test (ACT) scores for first-time freshman by year and sex, estimated family income for first-time freshman, ethnic enrollment, and distribution of enrollment by age groups. (MB)
Descriptors: Academic Aptitude, Associate Degrees, Budgets, Community Colleges, Educational Administration, Educational Finance, Enrollment, Enrollment Trends, Instructional Programs, Majors (Students), Statistical Data, Student Characteristics, Teacher Characteristics, Technical Education, Two Year Colleges
Publication Type: Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Kentucky Univ., Lexington. Community Coll. System.