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1 Texas State University Accountability Report January 2016 Accountability System, January of 23

2 Participation - Key Measures Enrollment 1. Fall headcount (unduplicated) Fall 2000 Fall 2014 Fall 2015 % Change Fall 2000 to Fall 2015 Institutional Gaps Target- Fall 2015 Gaps Completion Total* 22,423 36,739 37, % 36, % White 15,981 (71.3%) 18,983 (51.7%) 18,889 (49.7%) 18.2% 18, % African American 1,154 (5.1%) 3,372 (9.2%) 3,819 (10.1%) 230.9% 2, % Hispanic 4,108 (18.3%) 11,606 (31.6%) 12,614 (33.2%) 207.1% 10, % Asian 406 (1.8%) 874 (2.4%) 950 (2.5%) 134.0% International 376 (1.7%) 497 (1.4%) 537 (1.4%) 42.8% Other 398 (1.8%) 1,407 (3.8%) 1,170 (3.1%) 194.0% Flex Entry N/A Source: Coordinating Board Management (CBM) Report 001 Source: Coordinating Board Management (CBM) Report 001 With an enrollment growth of 15,556 students in the last 15 years (2nd largest in Texas during that span), Texas State University is the fourth-largest university in the state. Its undergraduate enrollment of 33,480 in fall 2015 is third largest after Texas A&M University at College Station and the University of Texas at Austin, and it has more Hispanic and African American students enrolled than either of these institutions. The growth of 15,556 students includes increases of 8,506 Hispanic and 2,665 African American students that are each the second-largest increases for these groups among Texas public universities. The 12,614 Hispanic students enrolled at Texas State University in fall 2015 now constitute over 33 percent of enrollment and when combined with other factors make Texas State University a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) under guidelines published by the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities. (Updated 1/11/2016) Full-Time Equivalent Enrollment 2. Fall semester credit hours (SCH) includes undergraduate(15), master's(12), doctoral(9), special-professional(12), and optometry(17). Fall 2000 Fall 2014 Fall 2015 % Change Fall 2015 Total FTSEs 17,834 29,974 31, % State-Funded FTSEs 17,810 29,356 30, % NOTE: The percentage change is based on the actual FTE numbers and may vary slightly from the calculation produced by the rounded numbers. Post-baccalaureate students are counted separately from master s for headcount enrollment and are counted with master s for FTE enrollment calculations. While headcount enrollment increased 69.4 percent between 2000 and 2015 at Texas State University, full-time equivalent enrollment (FTSE) increased 74.0 percent in the same time period, an indication that a higher percentage of Texas State University students are carrying full-time course loads to graduate on time. (Updated 1/5/2016) Participation - Contextual Measures Fall 2000 Fall 2014 Fall 2015 Point Change Fall First-time undergraduates from Texas top 10% and Texas top 11-25% Students in Texas top 10% 8.1% 12.1% 12.0% 3.9 Students in Texas top 11-25% N/A 31.2% 35.5% N/A Accountability System, January of 23

3 4. First-time entering applicants accepted 5. First-time accepted, enrolled 77.4% 78.3% 72.8% % 37.8% 38.1% Additional applicant data is available at: FY 2000 FY 2013 FY 2014 Point Change FY 2000 to FY Racial and ethnic composition of Texas public high school graduates White 51.5% 34.7% 34.2% African American 12.9% 12.9% 12.6% -0.3 Hispanic 32.1% 46.4% 46.8% 14.7 Asian 3.2% 4.0% 4.2% 1.0 Other 0.3% 2.1% 2.2% 1.9 UG Students by SCH taken at 2-year colleges 7. UG Students by SCH taken at 2-year colleges Fall UG Enrollment Fall 2000 Fall 2014 Fall 2015 Point Rate Fall UG Enrollment Rate Fall UG Enrollment Rate Change Fall 2015 UG Students 19,412 (100%) 32,177 (100%) 33,480 (100%) 0-12 hours 4,027 (20.7%) 7,322 (22.8%) 7,236 (21.6% ) hours 1,423 (7.3%) 3,962 (12.3%) 4,204 (12.6% ) hours 480 (2.5%) 1,048 (3.3%) 1,027 (3.1% ) hours 1,338 (6.9%) 2,507 (7.8%) 2,554 (7.6% ) hours 1,801 (9.3%) 2,958 (9.2%) 3,103 (9.3% ) hours 882 (4.5%) 1,244 (3.9%) 1,288 (3.8% ) hours 2,497 (12.9%) 2,882 (9.0%) 2,925 (8.7% ) All Students with SCH at TX 2-Yr college 12,448 (64.1%) 21,923 (68.1%) 22,337 (66.7% ) 2.6 Awarded Core 0 (0.0%) 1,205 (3.7%) 1,297 (3.9% ) 3.9 Associate Degree 759 (3.9%) 2,120 (6.6%) 2,286 (6.8% ) 2.9 For data about SCHs taken for dual credit by institution, go to Fall 2000 Fall 2014 Fall 2015 %/Point Change Fall Semester credit hours Total undergraduate semester credit hours 246, , , % Total graduate semester credit hours 16,651 31,736 31, % Percentage graduate SCH to total SCH 6.3 % 7.2 % 6.9% 0.6 Though geographic competition with the University of Texas at Austin and Texas A&M University, College Station suppresses the percentage of top 10 percent first-time freshmen from central Texas high schools, the number of top 10 percenters has grown 48 percent since fall Texas State University's desirability is further demonstrated by its fall 2015 enrollment of 22,337 transfer students from Texas two-year colleges third highest in Texas after the University of Texas at Austin and Texas A & M University, College Station. (updated 1/8/2016) Accountability System, January of 23

4 Participation - Out-of-State Peers Out-of-state peer data is from the Fall 2014 IPEDS report and may not match accountability data because of differences in the source of the data. Accountability measures are primarily derived from institutional data sent to the CB for CBM reports. Data reported on this out-of-state peer link is obtained from the IPEDS system of institutional reporting to the federal government. Data differences may result from different reporting periods and different definitions for the data elements. Options Return to the Participation Page Download Excel Version Out-of-State Peer Measures and Definitions Headcount Enrollment Headcount enrolled for credit, disaggregated by race/ethnicity. Texas State University Emerging Research Group Out-of-State Peers NEW MEXICO-MAIN CAMPUS OKLAHOMA-NORMAN CAMPUS UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS Institution's Out-of-State Peers UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA WISCONSIN-MILWAUKEE Total 36,739 27,844 27,261 26,237 60,767 27,596 White 18,983 10,762 16,363 19,813 33,293 19,084 African American 2, ,432 1,330 6,400 2,169 Hispanic 11,606 11,308 2,196 1,666 13,108 2,154 Asian , ,472 1,602 Other 2,345 4,135 5,880 2,757 4,494 2,587 Full-Time Equivalent Enrollment Full-time equivalent for the institution. The full-time equivalent of part-time enrollment is estimated by multiplying the part-time enrollment by factors that vary by control and level of institution and level of student. Total 31,959 23,056 23,447 23,033 48,385 23,817 Fall 2015 Enrollment Detail - Texas State University Participation By 2015, close the gaps in participation rates across Texas to add 630,000 more students. By Level, Age: Total 33,480 3, ,979 By Level, Race/Ethnicity: Age Group Undergraduate Master's Doctor's Research/ Professional Post- Scholarship Specialty Baccalaureate Total Under to 21 21, , to 24 7,542 1, , to 29 2,466 1, , to , and over ,894 Ethnicity Undergraduate Master's Doctor's Research/ Professional Post- Scholarship Specialty Baccalaureate Total White 16,424 1, ,889 African American 3, ,819 Hispanic 11, ,614 Asian International Other ,170 Total 33,480 3, ,979 Accountability System, January of 23

5 By Level, Gender: Gender Undergraduate Master's Doctor's Research/ Professional Post- Scholarship Specialty Baccalaureate Total Male 14,394 1, ,119 Female 19,086 2, ,860 Total 33,480 3, ,979 By Undergraduate Status: Undergraduate Full-time Part-time White African American Hispanic Asian Other Male Female First-Time in College 5,724 5, , , ,094 3,630 First-Time Transfer (from two- and four-year institutions) 3,828 3, , , ,841 1,987 Other Undergraduate 23,928 18,810 5,118 12,013 2,400 8, ,459 13,469 Total 33,480 27,369 6,111 16,424 3,509 11, ,159 14,394 19,086 Fall 2015 Enrollment Detail - Texas State University Participation By 2015, close the gaps in participation rates across Texas to add 630,000 more students. Lower-Division SCH Upper Division SCH Undergraduate SCH Master's SCH Doctor's Research/ Scholarship SCH Professional Specialty SCH Optometry SCH Total SCH Total 275, , ,351 27,753 2,292 1, ,771 31,039 State-Funded 271, , ,617 27,753 2,292 1, ,037 30,390 Distance Education Semester Credit Hours Hybrid/Blended on campus Fully-distance education/internet Lower-Division SCH Upper Division SCH Undergraduate SCH Master's SCH Doctor's Research/ Scholarship SCH Professional Specialty SCH Optometry SCH Total SCH 2,413 2,220 4, , ,120 7,330 14,450 3, ,599 1,226 FTSE FTSE Accountability System, January of 23

6 Success - Key Measures Graduation Rate: 4-, 5-, and 6-Year 9. First-time, full-time entering, degree-seeking, students enrolled in a minimum of 12 SCH their first fall semester who have graduated from the same institution or another Texas public or independent institution. FY 2000 FY 2013 FY 2014 Point Change Entering Entering Entering Entering FY Fall Cohort Rate Fall Cohort Rate Fall Cohort Rate Fall Cohort Rate 2000 to Cohort Cohort Cohort Cohort 4-Year graduation rate , % , % , % , % 10.0 Same institution 16.8% 25.9% 27.0% 26.8% 10.0 Other TX institutions 2.9% 3.0% 3.2% 2.9% Year graduation rate , % , % , % , % 11.3 Same institution 33.8% 48.1% 46.5% 47.5% 13.7 Other TX institutions 9.6% 7.2% 6.7% 7.1% Year graduation rate , % , % , % , % 9.2 Same institution 41.0% 56.6% 54.9% 53.1% 12.1 Other TX institutions 11.9% 7.5% 9.7% 9.0% For more information on the 6-year graduation rate, see: Source: CBM001,CBM002, and CBM009 Texas State University has the third-highest graduation rate within six years (i.e., 62.1 percent of 3,804 entering freshmen) among the states eight Emerging Research Universities. (updated 1/8/2016) Degrees and certificates awarded 10. Number of degrees and certificates awarded. FY 2000 FY 2014 % Change FY 2000 to Total Degrees* 4,196 7,353 7, % White 3,089 4,414 4, % African American % Hispanic 708 1,882 2, % Asian % International % Other % Institutional Gaps Target- Gaps Completion Level Associates N/A N/A N/A N/A 0 N/A Baccalaureate 3,418 6,020 6, % 5, % Master's 776 1,254 1, % Doctor's Research/Scholarship % % Doctor's Professional Practice N/A N/A Certificates Upper-level certificates N/A N/A Post-baccalaureate certificates N/A N/A *Hispanic students, except international ones, are counted as Hispanic. Students who are "Multi-Racial one of which is African American" are included with the African American students. Asian includes Asian, Hawaiian, and Pacific Islanders. "Other" includes American Indian, Alaskan Native, Unknown, and two or more races, excluding African American. International students are shown as a separate category. Gender Male 1,717 2,963 3, % Accountability System, January of 23

7 Female 2,479 4,390 4, % Source: CBM009 Source: CBM009 A higher percentage of degrees (27.5 percent) is awarded to Hispanics at Texas State University than at any of the three Emerging Research Universities (i.e., University of Texas at Arlington, University of North Texas, and University of Houston) awarding a higher total number of degrees. Texas State University ranks fourth among eight Emerging Research Universities in the total number of degrees awarded, the number of degrees awarded to Hispanic students, and the number of degrees awarded to African American students during fiscal year (updated 12/15/2015) 11. Undergraduate degrees to at-risk students Undergraduate Degrees to At-Risk Students FY 2000 FY 2014 Change FY 2000 to 1,395 4,115 4,208 2,813 Gaps Critical Fields: STEM Awards 12. Degrees awarded in STEM fields. FY 2000 FY 2013 FY 2014 % Change FY 2000 to Institutional Gaps Target- * Gaps Completion* Computer Science* % % Engineering* % % Math* % % Physical Science* % % Level Associate's N/A Baccalaureate % % Master's % Doctor's Research/Scholarship N/A * Includes baccalaureate and associate degrees. Texas State University increased the number of degrees awarded in the critical STEM field of Engineering percent between 2000 and 2015, exceeding the statewide figure of 94.3 percent. (Updated 12/15/2015) Nursing and Allied Health 13. Degrees and certificates awarded in nursing. FY 2000 FY 2013 FY 2014 % Change FY 2000 to Institutional Gaps Target- * Gaps Completion* Total Nursing Degrees N/A Certificate N/A Associates N/A Baccalaureate N/A % Master's N/A Doctor's Research/Scholarship N/A Doctor's Professional Practice N/A * Includes baccalaureate and associate degrees and certificates. 14. Degrees and certificates awarded in allied health. Accountability System, January of 23

8 FY 2000 FY 2013 FY 2014 % Change FY 2000 to Institutional Gaps Target- * Gaps Completion* Total Allied Health Degrees % Certificate N/A Associates N/A Baccalaureate % % Master's % Doctor's Research/Scholarship N/A Doctor's Professional Practice N/A * Includes baccalaureate and associate degrees and certificates. Texas State s Saint David's School of Nursing in Round Rock, which produced its first graduates in 2012, has awarded 362 Nursing degrees through the 2015 fiscal year. The 2015 graduating class had a National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) pass rate of 98.8 percent. (Updated 1/11/2016) Teacher Production and Certification 15. Students taking and passing the certification exams for teacher education. FY 2012 FY 2013 FY 2014 Total number taking exam Race/Ethnicity White African American Hispanic Other Gender Male Female Total percent passing exam 95.0% 93.0% 94.0% Race/Ethnicity White 96.0% 95.0% 95.0% African American 97.0% 81.0% 87.0% Hispanic 90.0% 90.0% 93.0% Other 98.0% 85.0% 90.0% Gender Male 95.0% 97.0% 94.0% Female 95.0% 92.0% 94.0% Note: The data for teacher production and certification was provided by SBEC. In some cases, the sum of the categories does not add up to the total. Numbers less than 10 in a category are suppressed. Data for the most recent year shown may be incomplete. Texas State University has historically been and continues to be among the leading Texas public universities in teacher preparation. Ninety-four percent of 702 students passed the teacher certification exams for the most recent graduating class available. (Updated 12/15/2015) Graduation and Persistence Rate: 6-Year 16. First-time, full-time students enrolled in a minimum of 12 SCH their first fall semester who have graduated or are still enrolled at the same institution or another Texas public or independent institution. FY 2000 FY 2013 FY 2014 Point Change Entering Entering Entering Entering FY Fall Cohort Rate Fall Cohort Rate Fall Cohort Rate Fall Cohort Rate 2000 to Cohort Cohort Cohort Cohort Total , % , % , % , % 7.6 Same institution 46.1% 61.4% 60.0% 57.9% 11.8 Other TX institutions 19.0% 12.4% 14.3% 14.7% White , % , % , % , % 5.8 Same institution 48.1% 62.5% 61.6% 58.8% 10.7 Other TX institutions 19.4% 12.8% 15.3% 14.4% African American % % % % 8.4 Same institution 40.0% 62.5% 63.2% 56.5% 16.5 Other TX institutions 17.9% 10.3% 7.8% 9.8% Hispanic % % % , % 13.7 Same institution 42.2% 59.7% 54.9% 56.5% 14.3 Other TX institutions 16.6% 11.4% 13.6% 16.0% Asian % % % % 5.8 Same institution 31.4% 52.9% 65.2% 57.7% 26.3 Other TX institutions 37.1% 23.5% 17.4% 16.7% Other % % % % 29.9 Same institution 34.6% 41.7% 60.0% 52.2% 17.6 Other TX institutions 11.5% 5.6% 5.7% 23.9% 12.4 For more information on the 6-year graduation rate, see: Accountability System, January of 23

9 Source: CBM001, CBM002 and CBM009 Texas State University has the fourth-highest graduation and persistence rate after six years (i.e., 72.7 percent) among the state s eight Emerging Research Universities following fiscal year It was 65.1 percent for FY (Updated 1/8/2016) Success - Contextual Measures 17. Enrollment: Percent of first-time students 19 and under Fall 2000 Fall 2014 Fall 2015 Point Change Fall % 99.4% 99.4% Financial Aid: Percent of students receiving Pell Grants Fall 2000 Fall 2012 Fall 2013 Point Change Fall % 34.6% 35.2% Part-time first-time, degree seeking, undergraduates Fall 2000 Fall 2014 Fall 2015 Point Change Fall % 5.8% 4.3% 0.3 Entering Cohort Fall 2000 Entering Cohort Fall 2013 Entering Cohort Fall 2014 Point Change Fall Persistence rate of first-time, degree-seeking undergraduates: One-Year Cohort Rate Cohort Rate Cohort Rate Total 2, % 5, % 5, % Same institution 74.3% 76.0% 78.2% 3.9 Other TX institutions 15.5% 11.4% 10.7% White 1, % 2, % 2, % Same institution 73.6% 77.1% 78.3% 4.7 Other TX institutions 16.7% 11.0% 11.4% African American % % % Same institution 88.7% 78.9% 80.6% Other TX institutions 6.0% 9.9% 7.2% 1.2 Hispanic % 1, % 1, % Same institution 75.0% 73.2% 77.0% 2.0 Other TX institutions 13.2% 12.5% 11.0% Asian % % % 5.7 Same institution 64.3% 83.8% 82.4% 18.1 Other TX institutions 25.0% 11.3% 12.6% Other % % % 14.8 Same institution 63.5% 77.8% 77.9% 14.4 Other TX institutions 9.6% 9.7% 10.0% 0.4 Entering Cohort Fall 2000 Entering Cohort Fall 2012 Entering Cohort Fall 2013 Point Change Fall Persistence rate of first-time, degree-seeking undergraduates: Two-Year Cohort Rate Cohort Rate Cohort Rate Total 2, % 4, % 5, % Same institution 66.0% 68.0% 66.3% 0.3 Other TX institutions 18.2% 14.9% 15.5% White 1, % 2, % 2, % Same institution 65.6% 68.9% 67.4% 1.8 Other TX institutions 19.2% 14.9% 15.8% African American % % % Same institution 82.7% 68.9% 66.7% Other TX institutions 7.5% 12.8% 13.7% 6.2 Hispanic % 1, % 1, % Same institution 65.5% 65.7% 64.5% Accountability System, January of 23

10 Other TX institutions 16.6% 16.1% 15.8% Asian % % % 17.5 Same institution 50.0% 69.8% 73.8% 23.8 Other TX institutions 25.0% 16.3% 18.8% Other % % % 10.1 Same institution 50.0% 72.1% 67.4% 17.4 Other TX institutions 21.2% 7.0% 13.9% Developmental Education Fall 2011 Cohort 22. The percent of underprepared and prepared students who successfully complete a college-level course in math, reading and writing. Prepared students are given 1 year. Underprepared students are given 3 years. Total/Area Counts (a) Summary Data Number of FTIC students 4,628 Met state standards in all three areas 4,275 Did not meet state standards in one, two, or all three areas (at entry) 331 Unknown* (unduplicated) 22 Received credit pre-matriculation (b) College level course completion (grade A, B, or C) (c) College level course completion (grade A, B, C) including pre-matriculation credit (percent of total) (b+c)/(a) Data by Subject Area Met Standard Math 4, , % Reading 4,459 1,313 2, % Writing 4,457 1,215 2, % Did Not Meet Standard Math 213 N/A % Reading 148 N/A % Writing 150 N/A % Unknown** (waived or military exemption) Math** 22 N/A % Reading** 21 N/A % Writing** 21 N/A % Most- and Least-Prepared Populations Met State Standard in All Three Areas Math 4, , % Reading 4,275 1,273 2, % Writing 4,275 1,175 2, % Did Not Meet Standard in All Three Areas Math 55 N/A % Reading 55 N/A % Writing 55 N/A % The data for this accountability measure is tracked for one year for students who met TSI and for one, two, and three years for students who did not meet TSI for this report. *The Unknown (unduplicated) category does not include students who are unknown in some areas and not met in others. **Unknowns by area include students with waivers or exemptions who have not been reported as meeting TSI on a performance measure; FTIC students with waivers or military exemptions who were reported as meeting TSI in all areas based on performance measures are included in the "met state standards in all areas" category. 23. Underprepared students who satisfied TSI obligation within 2 years. Total/Area Counts (a) Summary Data Number of FTIC students 4,628 Met state standards in all three 4,275 areas Did not meet state standards in one, two, or all three areas (at 331 entry) Unknown* (unduplicated) 22 Number attempting developmental education (b) Percent attempting developmental education (includes DevEd interventions) (b/a) TSI obligations met (of those attempting developmental education) (d) Fall 2011 Cohort TSI obligations met through any means (of total) (e) TSI obligations met (percent of those attempting developmental education) (d/b) TSI obligations met (percent of total as reported by institution) (e/a) TSI obligations met based on TSI reporting or passed 1st college-level course (percent of total) (e) and/or Passed /(a) Data by Subject Area Met Standard Math 4, % N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Reading 4, % N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Writing 4, % N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Did Not Meet Standard Math % % 44.1% 45.1% Reading % % 71.6% 73.0% Writing % % 72.7% 72.7% Accountability System, January of 23

11 Unknown** (waived or military exemption) Math** % N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Reading** % N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Writing** % N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Most- and Least-Prepared Populations Met state standards in all areas Math 4, % N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Reading 4, % N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Writing 4, % N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Did Not Meet Standards in All Three Areas Math % % 65.5% 67.3% Reading % % 78.2% 78.2% Writing % % 83.6% 83.6% *The Unknown (unduplicated) category does not include students who are unknown in some areas and not met in others. **Unknowns by area include students with waivers or exemptions who have not been reported as meeting TSI on a performance measure; FTIC students with waivers or military exemptions who were reported as meeting TSI in all areas based on performance measures are included in the "met state standards in all areas" category. Passed is the number of students who passed a first college-level course as shown on measure # Percent of students who return the following fall. Total (a) Fall 2011 Cohort Number returning (Fall 2012) (b) Percent returning (Fall 2012) (b/a) Summary Data Number of FTIC students 4,628 4, Met state standards in all areas 4,275 3, % Did not meet state standards in one, two, or all three areas % Did not meet state standards in all three areas % Unknown* (unduplicated) % Data by Subject Area Met Standard by Area Math 4,393 3, % Reading 4,459 3, % Writing 4,457 3, % Did Not Meet Standard by Area Math % Reading % Writing % Unknown** by Area (waived or military exemption) Math % Reading % Writing % *The Unknown (unduplicated) category does not include students who are unknown in some areas and not met in others. **Unknowns by area include students with waivers or exemptions who have not been reported as meeting TSI on a performance measure; FTIC students with waivers or military exemptions who were reported as meeting TSI in all areas based on performance measures are included in the "met state standards in all areas" category. FY 2000 FY 2014 Point Change FY 2000 to 25. Graduation of two-year college students 1-29 SCH (before transfer) 192 ( 43.8%) 397 ( 54.9%) 378 ( 53.0%) SCH or more (before transfer) 669 ( 49.7%) 1,519 ( 59.5%) 1,590 ( 57.6%) 7.9 Source: CBM001 and CBM Percentage of baccalaureate graduates by SCH completed at two-year colleges: 1-29 SCH (at any time) 36.4% 40.7% 41.2% SCH or more (at any time) 35.5% 37.6% 35.0% Source: CBM001 and CBM009. Cohort Rate Cohort Rate Cohort Rate 27. Graduation Rates Master's Fall % Fall % Fall % Doctoral Fall 1990 N/A Fall % Fall % Baccalaureate graduate success FY 2011 FY 2013 FY 2014 Point Change FY 2011 to FY 2014 Accountability System, January of 23

12 28. Percent of baccalaureate graduates who are employed or enrolled in a Texas graduate program or professional school Baccalaureate Graduates Employment/Enrollment Status 29. Employed in 4th quarter in which program year ends 30. In graduate or professional school in Texas in fall of the next FY 31. Employed in Texas and enrolled in a graduate or professional school in Texas 79.2% 80.4% 80.9% 1.7 FY 2011 FY 2013 FY 2014 Point Change FY 2011 to FY % 71.5% 71.7% % 4.0% 3.9% % 4.8% 5.3% 0.2 For more detailed information on enrollments and employment of graduates and other leavers, go to: Among the eight state Emerging Research Universities, Texas State University has the second-highest graduation rates for both categories of transfer students (29 or less and 30 or more credit hours at time of transfer) and the fourth-highest rate for master's and doctoral students. Following that graduation, a consistently high percentage of bachelor's degree recipients are employed or continuing their education. A survey of students who earned their bachelor's degree in fiscal year 2015 found 87 percent very satisfied or satisfied with their educational experiences at Texas State. (Updated 1/8/2016) 32. Undergraduate efficiency ratio Ratio of Undergraduate FTSE to Undergraduate Baccalaureate Degrees Awarded Fall 2000 FTSE/ FY 2001 UG Degrees Fall 2013 FTSE/ FY 2014 UG Degrees Fall 2014 FTSE/ UG Degrees N/A Accountability System, January of 23

13 Accountability System, January of 23

14 Graduation Rate: Four, five, and six-year graduation rates of first-time, full-time degree seeking undergraduates. Texas State University Emerging Research Group Out-of-State Peers NEW MEXICO-MAIN CAMPUS OKLAHOMA-NORMAN CAMPUS UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS Institution's Out-of-State Peers UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA WISCONSIN-MILWAUKEE 4-Year Rate 27% 15.0% 37.0% 37.0% 40.0% 14.0% 5-Year Rate 48% 37.0% 62.0% 58.0% 63.0% 35.0% 6-Year Rate 55% 47.0% 67.0% 62.0% 70.0% 44.0% Degrees Awarded: Number of graduates by level, race/ethnicity and gender. Total Degrees 7,572 5,575 6,079 5,313 15,768 5,415 Level White 4,578 2,521 3,781 4,191 9,309 4,256 African American , Hispanic 1,893 1, , Asian Other , , Associates Bachelors 6,013 3,692 3,913 3,906 12,372 3,960 Master's 1,265 1,308 1,693 1,088 2,539 1,227 Doctor's Research/Scholarship Doctor's Professional Practice Gender Male 3,076 2,368 3,037 2,608 6,598 2,531 Female 4,496 3,207 3,042 2,705 9,170 2,884 Graduation Rate: Percent of first-time, degree-seeking undergraduates who have graduated after six academic years. Total 55.0% 48.0% 67.0% 62.0% 70.0% 44.0% White 58.0% 52.0% 69.0% 64.0% 70.0% 47.0% African American 56.0% 39.0% 61.0% 44.0% 67.0% 20.0% Hispanic 48.0% 46.0% 60.0% 61.0% 70.0% 31.0% Asian 57.0% 50.0% 78.0% 68.0% 67.0% 41.0% American Indian or Alaska Native 52.0% 29.0% 53.0% 55.0% 55.0% 33.0% Unknown 57.0% 48.0% N/A 54.0% 70.0% 42.0% Nonresident Alien 86.0% 62.0% 67.0% 72.0% 61.0% 69.0% Graduates in Key Fields: Number of degrees awarded in specific fields by level. Computer Science Engineering Math Physical Science Nursing and Allied-Health Graduates: Number of degrees awarded in nursing/allied-health by level. Total Degrees , Certificate Associates Bachelors , Master's Doctor's Research/Scholarship Accountability System, January of 23

15 Graduates Detail ( )- Texas State University Success By 2015, increase by 50 percent the number of degrees, certificates, and other identifiable student successes from high quality programs. By Level, Race/Ethnicity: Race/Ethnicity Doctor's Doctor's Associate's Bachelor's Master's Research/ Professional Total Scholarship Practice White 0 3, ,423 African American Hispanic 0 1, ,115 Asian International Other Accountability System, January of 23

16 Excellence - Key Measures Faculty Teaching 33. Tenured/tenure-track faculty teaching lower-division SCH Fall 2000 Fall 2013 Fall 2014 Point Change Fall % 23.8% 20.3% The Texas Legislature recognized the importance of tenured and tenure-track faculty in upper-division courses when it decided in the General Appropriations Act to allow a 10 percent teaching experience supplement in instruction and operations funding for undergraduate classes taught by tenured/tenure-track faculty. Despite the fact that continued rapid enrollment growth has made it difficult for Texas State to hire a proportionately higher percentage of faculty in tenure-track positions, 31 percent of undergraduate semester credit hours at Texas State University were taught by tenured/tenure-track faculty in fall 2014 and 32 percent were taught by tenured/tenure-track faculty in fall (Updated 1/5/2016) Student/Faculty Ratio 34. Full-time student equivalents (FTSE) divided by full-time equivalent (FTE) faculty. FTSE Fall 2000 FTFE Ratio FTSE Fall 2013 FTFE Ratio FTSE Fall 2014 FTFE Ratio % Change Fall 2000 to Fall 2014 FTSE/FTFE Ratio 17, :1 29,190 1,014 29:1 29,974 1,049 29:1 25.9% Because rapid enrollment growth at Texas State has not always been matched by equivalent growth in faculty, the number of students per faculty member is one of the highest at Texas public universities, though progress is being made to reduce this ratio. The ratio has been slightly reduced from 31:1 in fall 2000 (see Note at bottom of this entry) to 29:1 in Still, Texas State maintains high graduation rates and student satisfaction. NOTE: The full-time faculty equivalent (FTFE) number of 786 in fall 2000 is incorrect due to a reporting error and should be about 570 resulting in a ratio of 31:1 in that year. (Updated 1/8/2016) State and National Exams Success 35. Certification and licensure rates FY 2000 FY 2014 Point Change FY 2012 to Law N/A N/A N/A N/A Pharmacy N/A N/A N/A N/A Nursing N/A 100.0% 100.0% N/A Engineering N/A N/A 67.0% N/A Nearly all of the nursing graduates from Texas State University pass the NCLEX licensure exam. Because engineering graduates are typically offered jobs or continue to pursue a higher degree, and a licensure exam is not required for employment, few of them take the exam. (Updated 1/8/2016) Tenured/Tenure-Track FTE Faculty 36. Percent of FTE teaching faculty who are tenured/tenure-track Fall 2000 Fall 2013 Fall 2014 Point Change Fall % 47.0% 46.3% Rapid enrollment growth during the past decade has driven a decrease in the percent of FTE teaching faculty who are tenured/tenure-track. See also response to 34. Student/Faculty Ratio. In the face of this, Texas State maintains high graduation rates and student satisfaction. (Updated 1/4/2016) Quality Enhancement Plan 37. Quality Enhancement Plan, Including Reaffirmation Year SACS reaffirmation was granted in 2010, which also marked the implementation of PACE (Personalized Academic and Career Exploration) Texas State s freshman-focused QEP (Quality Enhancement Plan). PACE s twin goals help first-time freshmen clarify their career goals and assist them in developing and implementing an educational plan to meet their goals. In addition to the predicted and actual achievement of student learning outcomes and positive environmental outcomes, there have been PACE-related effects across campus. The very existence of a large, visible, unified and concentrated program targeted at freshmen has sensitized many non-pace units, faculty and staff to the issues affecting freshman success. Excellent Programs 38. Excellent Programs Highlighted Excellent Programs 1 Accountability System, January of 23

17 With a wide range of courses and research opportunities offered by an active and widely recognized faculty, the Computer Science program at Texas State University ( provides an exceptional student experience while creating knowledge at the cutting edge of the computing field in areas such as green computing. The BS degree is Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology, Inc. (ABET) accredited. Total enrollment has doubled in the last six years from 571 students in fall 2009 to 1,141 students in fall Three Texas State Computer Science students were the IBM Mainframe Contest top winners and two graduate students won National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship awards. Faculty members have won three NSF Career Awards, an IBM Faculty Award, and a Google Faculty Research Award and have served as a journal editor-in-chief, ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest super-regional director, and Distinguished and Senior members of the Association for Computing Machinery and Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. Sixty-one research grants since 2007 have helped annual research expenditures grow to more than $1 million. Highlighted Excellent Programs 2 The Department of Anthropology ( at Texas State has shown a 31 percent increase in freshman majors and 23 percent increase in master s students in the last five years. The department has produced 22 percent of the total anthropology bachelor s degrees from all five Texas public universities with anthropology programs (394 out of 1,792) and more master s degrees than all of these institutions (81 out of 292 or 28 percent). Twenty-eight percent of master s graduates went on to doctoral programs and 67 percent found employment in a related field within a year of graduation. Sixteen anthropology faculty have published 14 peer-reviewed books and 142 journal articles and book chapters, presented 240 conference papers, and won grants, contracts and donations totaling $3,450,383. The department s multiple centers, including the Forensic Anthropology Center, the Center for Archaeological Studies and Center for Middle American Research, provide opportunities for students and faculty alike as do research projects and field schools in Texas, Mexico, Belize and around the world. Excellence - Contextual Measures Fall 2000 Fall 2013 Fall 2014 Point Change Fall FTE tenured/tenure-track faculty demographics Ethnicity Total 63.6% 47.0% 46.3%* White 63.5% 34.5% 42.7% African American 75.3% 79.1% 71.9% Hispanic 66.5% 59.2% 57.4% Asian 74.0% 49.7% 68.6% International N/A 47.7% 50.9% N/A Other 25.9% 54.8% 43.0% 17.1 Gender Male 70.2% 53.9% 53.1% Female 54.0% 40.0% 39.4% *Hispanic faculty members, except international ones, are counted as Hispanic. Faculty who are "Multi-Racial one of which is African American" are included with the African American faculty. Asian includes Asian, Hawaiian, and Pacific Islanders. "Other" includes American Indian, Alaskan Native, Unknown, and two or more races, excluding African American. International faculty are shown as a separate category. Faculty Rank Teaching Assistants Other Faculty Instructor Assistant Professor Associate Professor Professor 40. Faculty Rank (Fall 2014) Faculty Ethnicity Total* 697 1, White African American Hispanic Asian International Other Faculty Gender Male Female *Hispanic faculty members, except international ones, are counted as Hispanic. Faculty who are "Multi-Racial one of which is African American" are included with the African American faculty. Asian includes Asian, Hawaiian, and Pacific Islanders. "Other" includes American Indian, Alaskan Native, Unknown, and two or more races, excluding African American. International faculty are shown as a separate category. Faculty Salary by Rank FY 2002 FY 2014 % Change FY 2002 to National Average () % National Average 41. Faculty Salary Comparisons Professor $67,462 $95,540 $98, % $117,155 84% Associate Professor $55,309 $75,108 $77, % $83,243 93% Assistant Professor $44,081 $66,676 $68, % $71,840 95% Instructor $40,151 $60,926 $62, % $49, % Fall 2000 Fall 2014 Fall 2015 %/Point Change Fall 2015 Accountability System, January of 23

18 42. Endowed Professorships and Chairs N/A Percent unfilled 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0 Percent of total tenured/tenure-track faculty 0.0% 2.4% N/A N/A 43. Nobel Prize Winners and National Academies FY 2013 FY 2014 % Change FY 2013 to 44. Other Faculty Awards FY 2013 FY 2014 % Change FY 2013 to FY 2015 National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Fellows N/A NSF CAREER Award winners (excluding those who are also PECASE winners) % By policy at Texas State University, endowed professorships and endowed chair positions are not funded until they are filled; the funds cannot be put to other uses. (updated 12/15/2015) Tenure/Tenure-Track Faculty Percentage of all full-time faculty members who are tenured or tenure-track. Percent of Tenured/Tenure-Track faculty Texas State University Emerging Research Group Out-of-State Peers NEW MEXICO-MAIN CAMPUS OKLAHOMA-NORMAN CAMPUS UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS Institution's Out-of-State Peers UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA WISCONSIN-MILWAUKEE 61% 54% 80% 69% 61% 69% Accountability System, January of 23

19 Research - Key Measures Federal and Private Research 45. Federal and private research expenditures per FTE faculty FY 2001 FY 2014 % Change FY 2001 to $13,732 $39,525 $49, % Research Expenditures 46. Research expenditures ($ Million) FY 2001 FY 2014 % Change FY 2001 to Institutional Gaps Target- Fall 2015 Gaps Completion $ $ $ % $ % Sponsored Research Funds 47. Federal and private (sponsored) research funds per revenue appropriations. FY 2011 FY 2014 Point Change FY 2011 to 12.6% 12.5% 16.7% 4.1 Source: THECB Annual Research Expenditures Report and Sources & Uses Source: THECB Annual Research Expenditures Report and Sources & Uses Texas State research expenditures, over $47 million in, were more than four times the amount of research expenditures in FY Texas State University has made increased research activity a major goal not only to enhance the prestige and visibility of the University and to boost effectiveness of its teachers, but also to reflect its Emerging Research University status and advance its eligibility for state and national research funding. (Updated 1/11/2016) Research - Contextual Measures FY 2001 FY 2014 % Change FY 2001 to 48. Research Expenditures by Source ($ Millions) $ $ $ % Federal $4.961 $ $ % State $4.434 $ $ % Private $1.894 $4.598 $ % Institutional $0.364 $7.310 $ % Restricted Research Expenditures (amount shown is a subset of the categories above) $8.712 $ $ % For information on restricted research expenditures, go to FY 2009 FY 2013 FY 2014 % Change FY 2009 to 49. Faculty holding extramural research grants Number % Percent 16.6% 23.2% 24.8% 26.3% 9.7 Patents FY 2001 FY 2013 FY 2014 % Change FY 2001 to Accountability System, January of 23

20 50. Number of new U.S. patents issued or reissued. 51. Number of new patent applications N/A N/A The number of Texas State University faculty holding extramural research grants has nearly doubled since FY 2009 (updated 1/8/2016). Research Expenditures Current year research expenditures. Research Expenditures Texas State University Emerging Research Group Out-of-State Peers NEW MEXICO-MAIN CAMPUS OKLAHOMA-NORMAN CAMPUS UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS Institution's Out-of-State Peers UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA WISCONSIN-MILWAUKEE $38,897,354 $197,544,068 $116,542,000 $128,634,378 $120,340,742 $53,235,991 Research Funds Amount of sponsored (external/federal) research funds. Federal Research Funds $18,460,344 $189,067,209 $61,388,000 $42,453,165 $82,083,832 $32,749,560 Source: IPEDS Fall 2014 Accountability System, January of 23

21 Institutional Efficiency and Effectiveness - Key Measures Administrative Cost 52. Administrative costs as a percent of operating budget FY 2000 FY 2014 Point Change FY 2000 to 10.7% 6.9% 6.9% Texas State s administrative costs as a percent of operating budget have declined by more than one-third since FY 2000 and the University now has the third-lowest administrative cost among the eight state Emerging Research Universities. (Updated 1/4/2016) Space Usage Efficiency (SUE) 53. Space usage efficiency measure of the effectiveness and efficiency of existing teaching space utilization. Classroom and lab passing score is 75 and overall passing score is 150. Fall 2014 Fall 2015 Classroom space use efficiency Lab space use efficiency Overall space use efficiency Partially as a reflection of rapid enrollment growth which has surpassed physical facility growth, Texas State University is one of only four Texas public universities with an overall space use efficiency rate of 200 in fall 2015, the most efficient rating possible. (updated 1/11/2016) Appropriated Funds per FTE Faculty 54. State appropriations divided by full-time equivalent students and annual full-time equivalent teaching faculty. FY 2001 FY 2014 % Change FY 2001 to Appropriated funds per FTE student $4,887 $5,041 $4, % Appropriated funds per FTE faculty $60,062 $71,504 $66, % Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) FY 2000 FY 2014 %/Point Change FY 2000 to 55. HUB Expenditures without construction (Millions) $ $ $ % Percent of total expenditures 5.8% 8.0% 7.7% 1.9 HUB Expenditures with construction (Millions) $ $ $ % Percent of total expenditures 13.5% 21.4% 15.2% 1.7 The Texas State University strategic plan includes an outcome measure to encourage historically underutilized business (HUB) expenditures as part of the University's diversity goal. Non-construction HUB expenditures have increased over 550 percent and overall HUB expenditures over 450 percent since fiscal year Only one other Emerging Research University has experienced more rapid growth in non-construction HUB expenditures and only two Emerging Research Universities have seen more rapid growth in total HUB expenditures. (Updated 12/15/2015) Operating Expenses per FTE Student 56. Operating expenses per FTE student FY 2001 FY 2014 % Change FY 2001 to $9,724 $13,010 $13, % Total Revenue per FTE Student and FTE teaching Faculty FY 2000 FY 2014 % Change FY 2000 to 57. Total revenue Per FTE student $9,386 $14,607 $15, % Per FTE faculty $114,443 $207,199 $215, % Accountability System, January of 23

22 Texas State graduates students at higher rates than all except five Texas public universities, does this with fewer faculty members per student than any other Texas public university, and receives less appropriations per student than all but three Texas public universities. (Updated 1/8/2016) Institutional Efficiency and Effectiveness - Contextual Measures Class Size Fall 2000 Fall 2014 Fall 2015 %/Point Change Fall Average class size % Median class size % 59. Percentage of undergraduate classes with less than 20 students 60. Percentage of undergraduate classes with 50 students or more 26.6% 32.8% 32.5% % 13.1% 14.1% Texas State s median class size for lower-level courses is 24, which is the smallest among Emerging Research Universities in fall The overall mean class size of 42 students is tied for the second-smallest among the Emerging Research universities. (The median class size is considered a better measure of average in skewed distributions such as this.) (Updated 1/11/2016) 61. Average cost of resident undergraduate tuition and fees for 30 SCH. FY 2000 FY 2016 % Change FY 2000 to FY 2016 $3,429 $9,500 $9, % Fall 2000 Fall 2014 Fall 2015 % Change Fall E&G Square footage E&G classroom per FTE student % E&G lab per FTE student % Endowment 63. True and Term Endowment ($ millions) 64. Quasi Endowment ($ millions) 65. Total Endowment ($ millions) 66. Total Endowment - Per FTE student FY 2011 FY 2013 FY 2014 % Change FY 2011 to $91.1 $114.6 $133.7 $130.4 $24.2 $26.2 $30.4 $29.7 $115.3 $140.9 $164.1 $ % $4,161 $4,863 $5,470 $5, % FY 2001 FY 2014 % Change FY 2001 to 67. Total Revenue* $196,942,324 $438,215,014 $468,662, % State appropriations $97,040,287 $151,227,532 $144,915, % Tuition and fees $59,027,120 $187,726,876 $205,160, % Federal grants and contracts $21,416,030 $66,017,216 $76,327, % Institutional resources $19,458,887 $33,243,390 $42,258, % Constitutional funds $14,479,112 $21,863,258 $21,863, % Total Revenue with Constitutional Funds $211,421,436 $460,078,272 $490,525, % *Does not include Constitutional Funds Link to additional information: Among the Emerging Research Universities, Texas State University had the third-highest percentage increase in the dollar value of federal grants and contracts between FY 2001 and (updated 1/11/2016). Texas State University Emerging Research Group Out-of-State Peers NEW MEXICO-MAIN CAMPUS OKLAHOMA-NORMAN CAMPUS UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS Institution's Out-of-State Peers UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA WISCONSIN-MILWAUKEE Accountability System, January of 23

23 Administrative Cost Ratio Amount expended for administrative costs as a percent of operative expenses Administrative costs as a percent of operating budget 3% 2% 3% 4% 6% 4% Appropriations State and local government appropriation revenues per FTE student. Appropriations per FTE student $4,361 $11,084 $6,414 $8,843 $5,340 $4,901 Expenditures Instruction expenses per FTE student. Instruction expenses per FTE student $6,511 $11,745 $12,188 $9,069 $5,687 $8,619 Tuition and Fees Tuition and Fee revenue per FTE student. Tuition and Fee Revenue per FTE student $7,237 $5,411 $11,150 $7,143 $5,199 $8,379 Accountability System, January of 23

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