Sarah Bennett EDUR 7430 Fall 2011 Dr. Dotson. Valdosta state university. A look back…. A step forward…. Converse Hall, erected 1911-1912. Converse Hall, erected in 1981. Demolition of Converse Hall in 2009. VSU Psychology and Counseling Building, 2011.
Converse Hall, erected 1911-1912
Converse Hall, erected in 1981
Demolition of Converse Hall in 2009
VSU Psychology and Counseling Building, 2011
VSU achieved a milestone when fall 2010 enrollment reached 12,898 students, representing an increase of 4.1% from fall 2008 and the institution’s largest one‐year enrollment growth in 17 years.
New students totaled 3,871 in fall 2010, which was a 5.0% increase from 2009.
VSU offers fifty‐four bachelor programs, nine certificate programs, one endorsement, one diploma seal program, and three associate programs on the undergraduate level and thirty‐four master programs, six education specialists programs, six endorsements, seven certificate programs, one advanced certificate program, and four doctoral programs at the graduate level.Overall enrollment
Total enrollment: 12,898
Females 12,898 students, represent 61.8% of the student body.
Self‐declared minorities comprise 38.3% of students.
Georgians comprise 90.4% of the total enrollment. Students come from 154 counties in the state, 48 states, 1 territory, 1 district, and 75 countries.Age race gender
Of the total 1,677 employees, faculty comprise the largest portion of the employee population with 37.1% of total employment.
From fall 2009 to fall 2010, the number of total VSU employees increased 6.4%.
Females constituted 56.6% of all VSU employees and 49.1% of all full‐time instructional faculty in fall 2010.
In fall 2010, 14.6% of full‐time instructional faculty members were self‐declared minorities.
In fall 2010, there were 313 graduate assistants employed, an increase of 35.5% from fall 2009.Student faculty ratio
Total non-operating costs: $ 148,920,301
Degrees conferred in FY2010 totaled 2,410. portion of the employee population with 37.1% of total employment.Graduation rates