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  1. College of Consumer and Family Sciences Data Digest | 2006–07

  2. Executive Summary Annual Operating Budget (Estimated Expenditures) State Funds $ 8,873,483 Sponsored Research 8,158,392 Federal Appropriations 742,609 Auxiliary Operations* 1,798,758 Gifts & Misc. Other 1,303,626 Total $20,876,868 Students Graduate Enrollment 173 Child Development & Family Studies 43 Consumer Sciences & Retailing 45 Foods & Nutrition 47 Hospitality & Tourism Management 38 Undergraduate Enrollment 2004 Child Development & Family Studies 249 Consumer Sciences & Retailing 764 Foods & Nutrition 290 Hospitality & Tourism Management 608 CFS Education 39 Undecided 54 Instruction Average Organized Class Size 34.6 * HTM Food Operations and CDFS Children’s Programs Deans Dennis A. Savaiano, Dean Shelley MacDermid, Associate Dean Liping Cai, Interim Associate Dean for Diversity & International Programs Homepage URL Address www.cfs.purdue.edu Academic Departments Child Development & Family Studies Consumer Sciences & Retailing Foods & Nutrition Hospitality & Tourism Management Employees Tenure/TT Faculty 55 Non-TT, Lecturers, Post Doc 28 Administrative Staff 14 Professional Staff 52 Clerical Staff 46 Service Staff 102 Graduate Student Staff 127 Adjunct Faculty 16 Total 440 For Fall Semester in Academic Year 2006-07

  3. CFS Department Heads and Program Directors (Reflects Academic Year 2007-08) Department Heads Child Development & Family Studies Shelley MacDermid (Interim) Consumer Sciences & Retailing Richard Widdows, Ph.D. Foods & Nutrition Connie Weaver, Ph.D. Hospitality & Tourism Management Raphael Kavanaugh, Ed.D. Purdue Cooperative Extension Karen L. Zotz, Ph.D. Assistant Dean for Engagement, CES Program Leader and Assistant Director Program Directors Alumni Relations & Special Events Wendi Ailor Business Services Angie Delworth CFS Education Wanda Fox Development Open Lora M. Adams Information Services Anita J. Risk Diversity & International Programs Liping A. Cai (Interim) Professional Development Don Anderson Undergraduate Student Services Linda Conner Undergraduate Recruiting, Retention, and Placement Teresa Eloff

  4. Students

  5. Historical Enrollment by Student Level 1996-97 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 Undergraduate 1545 1926 1953 2047 1914 2004 Graduate 174 188 197 193 194 173 CFS Total 1719 2114 2150 2240 2108 2177 University Total 35156 38564 38847 38653 38712 39228 % of University Total 4.88 5.48 5.53 5.80 5.44 5.55 For Fall Semester in Academic Years 1996-97 through 2006-07

  6. Undergraduate Historical Enrollment by Residence 1996-97 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 Indiana 1221 1511 1523 1534 1419 1468 Other States 267 341 357 425 495 445 US Territory 20 17 24 25 26 26 International 37 57 49 63 64 65 Total CFS1545 1926 1953 2047 1914 2004 % Indiana 79.02 78.4 77.98 74.94 74.13 73.25 For Fall Semester in Academic Years 1996-97 through 2006-07

  7. Undergraduate Historical Enrollment by Ethnicity 1996-97 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 African American 47 76 64 73 81 78 Asian American 43 56 60 78 86 87 Hispanic 36 49 56 67 66 75 American Indian 8 10 9 8 8 6 Ethnicity Total 134 191 189 226 241 246 CFS Total 1545 1926 1953 2047 1914 2004 % Ethnicity CFS 8.7 10.0 9.7 11.0 12.6 12.3 % Ethnicity University 9.9 10.2 10.8 11.3 11.2 11.7 For Fall Semester in Academic Years 1996-97 through 2006-07

  8. Undergraduate Historical Enrollment by Classification Year 1996-97 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 Freshman 337 273 322 319 260 302 Sophomore 414 449 404 530 426 380 Junior 396 557 567 517 610 631 Senior 398 647 657 680 618 691 Non-Degree -- -- 3 1 -- -- CFS Total 1545 1926 1953 2047 1914 2004 For Fall Semester in Academic Years 1996-97 through 2006-07

  9. Undergraduate Historical Enrollment by Department 1996-97 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 F&N 262 194 204 248 261 290 CSR 372 725 701 729 692 764 HTM 490 518 596 718 619 608 CDFS 356 362 303 271 255 249 CFS Education 22 50 45 37 40 39 Undecided 43 77 104 44 47 54 CFS Total 1464 1926 1953 2047 1914 2004 For Fall Semester in Academic Years 1996-97 through 2006-07

  10. Undergraduate Historical Enrollment 1996-97 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 Full-Time 1459 1857 1878 1970 1836 1924 Part-Time 86 69 75 77 78 80 Domestic 1508 1869 1904 1984 1850 1939 International 37 57 49 63 64 65 CFS Total 1545 19261953 2047 1914 2004 For Fall Semester in Academic Years 1996-97 through 2006-07

  11. CSR2006-07 Apparel Design & Technology 74 Financial Counseling & Planning 170 Retail Management 284 Selling & Sales Management 235 Small Business 1 Total764 HTM2006-07 Food Service & Lodging Supervision 7 Hospitality & Tourism Management 600 Restaurant, Hotel, Institution & Tourism Mgmt 1 Total608 Undergraduate Enrollment by Major CDFS2006-07 Early Childhood Education and Exceptional Needs 51 Early Intervention 25 Individual and Family Studies 17 Youth, Adult and Family Services 156 Total249 F&N2006-07 Coordinated Dietetics 13 Dietetics 132 Dietetics, Nutrition, Fitness and Health 76 Food Science 6 Foods & Nutrition in Business 13 Nutrition Science 18 Nutrition, Fitness & Health 32 Total290 CFS Education2006-07 Family & Consumer Sciences Education 39 Total39 Undecided2006-07 Undecided 54 Total54 Summary 2006-07 Number of Majors 21 Enrollment 2004 For Fall Semester in Academic Year 2006-07

  12. Historical Enrollment by Gender Undergraduate 1996-97 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 Female 1151 1344 1344 1412 1382 1472 Male 394 582 609 635 532 532 CFS Total 1545 1926 1953 2047 1914 2004 % Female CFS 74.5 69.7 68.8 68.9 72.2 73.5 % Female University 43.4 41.5 41.0 41.0 41.0 41.2 Graduate Female 126 150 158 152 148 135 Male 48 38 39 41 46 38 CFS Total 174 188 197 193 194 173 % Female CFS 72.4 79.7 80.2 78.7 76.2 78.0 % Female University 35.7 37.0 37.4 37.4 38.1 38.5 Total Female 1277 1494 1502 1564 1530 1607 Male 442 620 648 676 578 570 % Female CFS 74.3 70.7 69.8 69.8 72.5 73.8 % Female University 42.4 41.5 41.1 41.1 41.1 41.3 For Fall Semester in Academic Years 1996-97 through 2006-07

  13. Percentage of Historical Enrollment by Gender For Fall Semester in Academic Years 1996-97 through 2006-07

  14. Historical Enrollment by Ethnicity Undergraduate 1996-97 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 African American 47 76 64 73 72 78 Asian American 43 56 60 78 84 87 Hispanic 36 49 56 67 63 75 American Indian 8 10 9 8 8 6 Non-Ethnic 1411 1735 1764 1821 1687 1758 Graduate African American 4 5 8 9 9 10 Asian American 6 6 4 1 2 3 Hispanic 5 4 3 3 3 3 American Indian -- -- -- -- -- -- Non-Ethnic 159 173 182 180 180 157 Total Total CFS 1719 2114 2150 2240 2108 2177 Total Ethnicity 149 206 204 239 241 262 % Ethnicity CFS 8.7 9.7 9.5 10.7 11.4 12.0 % Ethnicity University 9.9 10.0 10.5 10.9 11.2 11.7 For Fall Semester in Academic Years 1996-97 through 2006-07

  15. Historical Enrollment by International Students 1996-97 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 Undergraduate 37 57 49 63 64 65 Graduate 71 96 100 96 100 91 Total International 108 153 149 159 164 156 % Undergraduate CFS 2.4 3.0 2.5 3.1 3.3 3.2 % Graduate CFS 40.8 51.1 50.8 49.7 51.5 52.6 % Total CFS 6.28 7.24 6.93 7.10 7.77 7.16 For Fall Semester in Academic Years 1996-97 through 2006-07

  16. Historical Enrollment by Department Undergraduate 1996-97 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 F&N 262 194 204 248 261 290 CSR 372 725 701 729 692 764 HTM 490 518 596 718 619 608 CDFS 356 362 303 271 255 249 CFS Education 22 50 45 37 40 39 Undecided 43 77 104 44 47 54 Total 1545 1926 1953 2047 1914 2004 Graduate F&N 39 42 48 49 49 47 CSR 34 33 36 35 41 45 HTM 32 41 38 44 49 38 CDFS 69 72 75 65 55 43 Total 174 188 197 193 194 173 Total CFS1719 2114 2150 2240 2108 2177 For Fall Semester in Academic Years 1996-97 through 2006-07

  17. Standard SAT Test Scores by Department For Fall Semester in Academic Years 1996-97 through 2006-07

  18. Degrees Conferred 1995-96 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 F&N 40 42 35 53 45 55 CSR 101 188 239 243 259 234 HTM 126 160 170 142 155 202 CDFS 84 112 125 123 105 87 CFS Education 1 10 10 14 13 10 CFS Total 352 512 579 575 577 588 For Summer, Fall, Spring Semesters in Academic Years 1995-96 through 2005-06

  19. Degrees Conferred by Degree Level 1995-96 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 Associate 1 3 1 2 1 -- Baccalaureate 298 468 533 527 528 535 Master’s 30 29 26 26 28 30 Doctorate 23 12 19 20 21 23 CFS Total 352 512 579 575 577 588 For Summer, Fall, Spring Semesters in Academic Years 1995-96 through 2005-06

  20. Instruction

  21. Classes by Instructor Position and Type of Instruction *Non-tenured faculty include clinical professors ** All other instructors include administrative professionals who teach

  22. Classes by Instructor Position, Type of Instruction & Class Level *Include lab, lab prep, auto tutorial self-paced labs, and clinics

  23. Student Credit Hours by Instructor Position/Type of Instruction *Non-tenured faculty include clinical professors ** All other instructors include administrative professionals who teach

  24. Student Credit Hours by Instructor Position, Type of Instruction & Class Level * *Include lab, lab prep, auto tutorial self-paced labs, and clinics **Non-tenured faculty include clinical professors *** All other instructors include administrative professionals who teach

  25. WSCH* by Instructor Position/Type of Instruction *WSCH=Weekly Student Class Hours **Non-tenured faculty include clinical professors ***All other instructors include administrative professionals who teach

  26. WSCH* by Instructor Position, Type of Instruction and Class Level *

  27. Average Class Size by Instructor Position/Type of Instruction **Non-tenured faculty include clinical professors ***All other instructors include administrative professionals who teach

  28. Average Class Size by Instructor Position, Type of Instruction and Class Level *Include lab, lab prep, auto tutorial self-paced labs, and clinics

  29. Faculty and Staff

  30. Faculty & Staff Headcounts Source: Purdue University Human Resource Services For Fall Semester in Academic Years 1997-98 through 2006-07

  31. Faculty & Staff Headcounts Source: Purdue University Human Resource Services For Fall Semester in Academic Years 2005-06 through 2006-07

  32. Faculty and Staff Headcount by Ethnicity Source: Purdue University Human Resource Services For Fall Semester in Academic Years 1997-98 through 2006-07

  33. Faculty and Staff Headcount by Ethnicity Source: Purdue University Human Resource Services For Fall Semester in Academic Years 1997-98 through 2006-07

  34. Faculty and Staff Headcount by Ethnicity For Fall Semester in Academic Years 1997-98 through 2006-07 Source: Purdue University Human Resource Services

  35. Faculty and Staff Headcount by Gender Source: Purdue University Human Resource Services For Fall Semester in Academic Years 1997-98 through 2006-07

  36. Faculty Headcount by Classification and Gender Source: Purdue University Human Resource Services For Fall Semester in Academic Years 1997-98 through 2006-07

  37. Faculty Headcount by Classification and Gender Source: Purdue University Human Resource Services For Fall Semester in Academic Years 1997-98 through 2006-07

  38. Faculty & Staff Headcount by Classification and Ethnicity - I Source: Purdue University Human Resource Services For Fall Semester in Academic Years 1997-98 through 2006-07

  39. Faculty & Staff Headcount by Classification and Ethnicity - II For Fall Semester in Academic Years 1997-98 through 2006-07 Source: Purdue University Human Resource Services

  40. Sponsored Program Awards & Baseline Funding Awards by Sponsor/Source ($)Awards by Mission ($) Federal 7,059,703 Instruction 45,915 Industrial 3,490,582 Other Sponsored Programs 3.063,505 Internal 287,368 Research 10,332,420 State 2,604,187 Total 13,441,840 Total Budgeted Baseline Funding ($) State Funds 8,873,483 Set Sponsored Research 8,158,392 Estimate Federal Appropriations 742,609 Set Gifts/Misc. Other 3,102,384 Estimate Total 20,876,868 Source: Annual Budget and SPS Trends Data