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Search Committee Presentation. September 25, 2012. History. 1894 – Act 68 creates a “first-class Industrial Institute and College for the education of the children of the State of Louisiana in arts and sciences.”

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Search committee presentation

Search Committee Presentation

September 25, 2012


History

History

  • 1894 – Act 68 creates a “first-class Industrial Institute and College for the education of the children of the State of Louisiana in arts and sciences.”

  • 1895 – Classes begin at the Industrial Institute and College of Louisiana with 6 faculty and 202 students

  • 1921 – Became the Louisiana Polytechnic Institute and offered its first Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering

  • 1970 – Renamed Louisiana Tech University


Today

Today

  • $462 Billion annual economic impact

  • Over 90,000 TECH graduates

  • Current enrollment of 11,360

  • Tuition & Fees of $6,543 ($13,212 out-of-state)

  • 1,127 faculty and staff employed

  • Academic Programs: 61 undergraduate; 41 graduate

  • Carnegie Research University/High Activity


Budget

Budget


Campus

Campus

  • 1,780Acres

  • 180 Buildings

  • 1 Active Capital Outlay Project – Research Park


Enrollment history

Enrollment History


Enrollment profile

Enrollment Profile

  • Fall 2012 enrollment of 11,360

    • 79% UG |21% Graduate

    • 65% White |14% Black

    • 52% Female |48% Male

    • 84% In-State |16% Out-of-State

    • 68% Full-time |32% Part-time

    • 69% Under Age 24


Feeder parishes

Feeder Parishes


Performance indicators

Performance Indicators

  • 24.1 ACT

  • 88% FTF on TOPS

  • 77.1% FTF Retention Rate (’10 to ’11)

  • 47.2% Same Institution Graduation Rate

    54.2% Statewide Graduation Rate (2005 Cohort)

  • 1,893 Completers (2011/12)


Academic colleges

Academic Colleges

  • Applied and Natural Sciences

  • Business

  • Education

  • Engineering and Science

  • Liberal Arts

  • Graduate School


Degree programs 201 1 1 2 completers

Degree Programs (2011-12 Completers)

TOP 5 UNDERGRAD

  • General Studies (124)

  • Biology (65)

  • Kinesiology (61)

  • Psychology (60)

  • Sociology (59)

TOP 5 GRAD

  • Engineering (60)

  • Business Administration (52)

  • Counselor Education (39)

  • Industrial/Organizational Psychology (30)

  • Secondary Education (23)


Academic accolades

Academic Accolades

  • Recognized by U.S. News & World Report as a Tier One National University

  • Ranked in the top ten in the nation for technology commercialization and #3 in the nation for nanotechnology education programs by Small Times Magazine

  • 90% of first-year and senior students rated their educational experience as “good or excellent”


Research

Research

  • 16research centers/institutes

  • Between 2006-2010:

    • 12 Start-up Companies

    • 22 Small Business Innovation Research Awards

    • 26 Licenses and Options Executed

    • 76 Patent Applications; 22 Patents Issued

    • 140 Reports of Invention (ROI)

  • Average of 20 ROIs per $10 millionresearch and development expenditures, approx. five times the national average


Student life

Student Life

  • Over 130 student organizations

  • Student Amenities

    • Student Center

    • On-Campus Housing options

    • Lambright Sports Center

    • Bulldog Achievement Resource Center (BARC)


Athletics

Athletics

  • 16 NCAA Division I Teams

  • Western Athletics Conference (WAC) joining Conference USA in 2013

  • Mascots: Bulldog & Lady Techsters

  • 8 programs recorded highest multi-year Academic Progress Rate (APR) scores and 3 programs had a perfect 1,000

  • Highest student-athlete graduation rate (71%) in state among schools with football programs


Tenets of tech

TENETS OF TECH

Confidence | Excellence |Commitment | Knowledge | Integrity | Respect | Leadership Loyalty | Enthusiasm | Caring | Hope | Pride


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