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CAMPUS PROFILE GLOSSARY
November 2016

3600-4118 STUDENTS
Source: Fall, 2004 and forward: EDW Registration Snapshot tables for 10th day of class and drop date. Other sources: Office of International Student Affairs database of international students.
Prior to Fall, 2004: Office of Admissions and Records 10-day Student Record Master. All on-campus figures are from the tenth day of the Fall Semester. All extramural figures are from the drop date of the Fall semester.

3600 Students (on-campus majors)
Total on-campus headcount enrollment of undergraduate, graduate, and professional students in curricula assigned to this unit as of the tenth day of fall semester. Excludes students who are enrolled in off-campus classes only. From Fall, 2004, these numbers include persons enrolled through Academic Outreach in the "Community Credit" program. These students are enrolled in our regular on-campus courses. Prior to Fall, 2004, these students were counted only in the "Extramural" counts. In Fall, 2004, the number of these students was 124.

3630,3640 Underrepresented students
Number and percent of total enrolled students who self-identify as a member of an underrepresented minority group (American Indian & Alaskan Native, Native Hawaiian & Pacific Islander, African American, and Hispanic/Latino) racial/ethnic group. As of 2011-12, we include multi-racial persons if one of the races selected was in one of the groups above. U.S. citizens and permanent residents only are counted in the numerator for percentages; all students regardless of citizenship are counted in the denominator. In Fall 2011, the race of 147 students was mistakenly recorded as Unknown; this was corrected after the 10-day frozen tables were created and the numbers in the Campus Profile are the corrected numbers.

3650 International Students
The number of students who are in the US on temporary visas. These students are not correctly coded in Banner and so we used a database provided by the Office of International Student Affairs to identify them.

3660 Total Undergraduates
Total undergraduates in curricula assigned to this unit as of the tenth day of fall semester.

3680 % Group Undergraduates
Undergraduates in this unit as a percent of the undergraduates in all units in the group.

3690 FTE Undergraduates
Full-time equivalent of on-campus undergraduates. FTE is computed as the number of full-time students plus 1/3 times the number of part time students.

3700 Freshmen
Students in degree programs who have completed 0-29.99 credit hours. Please note that this is not the same as "new beginning freshmen", students who were in high school last year or who have never been a degree-seeking student in an institution of higher education. Many new beginning freshmen are classed as sophomores when they arrive due to advanced placement or prior college credits. Other students remain as freshmen for more than one year due to part-time study or failure to pass enough courses to advance their standing.

3710 Sophomores
Students in degree programs who have completed 30-59.99 credit hours

3720 Juniors
Students in degree programs who have completed 60-89.99 credit hours

3730 Seniors
Students in degree programs who have completed 90.99 or more credit hours. Prior to Fall, 2004, excludes students working toward a second baccalaureate.

3740 Nondegree
Undergraduate students who are not working towards a degree. Second-degree students (students who have already completed one bachelor's degree and are working on a second one) were included in this line through Fall, 2003. They are now counted as "seniors" and are included in line 3730.

3750,3760 % Parttime undergrads
Percent of undergraduates (degree-seeking and non-degrees who are part-time (less than 12 hours)

3770,3780 % Nonresident ugrad
Percent of all undergraduates who are not Illinois residents for tuition assessment purposes.

3784,3785 Underrepresented undergraduates
Number and percent of undergraduate students who self-identify as a member of an underrepresented minority group (American Indian & Alaskan Native, Native Hawaiian & Pacific Islander, African American, and Hispanic/Latino) racial/ethnic group. As of 2011-12, we include multi-racial persons if one of the races selected was in one of the groups above. U.S. citizens and permanent residents only are counted in the numerator; all students regardless of citizenship are counted in the denominator.

3800 Total Grad & Prof
Total students enrolled in a Graduate College, Law, or Veterinary Medicine curriculum assigned to this unit as of the tenth day of fall semester.
Note: the campus-total counts for graduate and professional students are also displayed on the page for the Graduate College totals (1B1-KS-XXX-XXX).

3820 % Group Grad & Prof
Graduate and professional students in this unit as a percent of graduate and professional students in all units in the group.

3840 Graduate Students
Number of students who are enrolled on campus through the Graduate College.

3845 FTE Graduate Students
Full-time equivalents of graduate students. Equals the count of full-time students plus 1/3 the count of part time students.

3850 Masters/Grad I
Fall, 2004 and forward: students enrolled in the graduate college who are seeking a degree lower than the doctoral degree.
Prior to Fall, 2004: Entry level, degree-seeking graduate students who have not yet completed a master's degree in this area or who have earned fewer than 30 hours of graduate credit.

3860 Doctoral/Grad II
Fall, 2004 and forward: Students enrolled in a program with a degree objective of Ph.D., Ed.D., Aud.D., or A.Mus.D.
Prior to Fall, 2004: Graduate students enrolled in a program in which the terminal degree is a doctorate and who have already received a master's level degree or who have earned at least 7.5 units (30 semester hours) of graduate credit.

3870 Nondegree grad
Graduate students who are not working towards a degree.

3890,3900 % Part time grad students
Percent of graduate students who are part-time (less than 8 hours (2.0 units prior to 2004) and not enrolled in 0 hours of thesis).
Prior to Fall, 2004, students enrolled in fewer than 8 hours were counted as part time regardless of whether they were enrolled in a thesis (599) course.

3910,3920 % Nonresident grad
Percent of all graduate students who are not Illinois residents for tuition assessment purposes.

3924, 3925 Underrepresented graduate students
Number and percent of graduate students who self-identify as a member of an underrepresented minority group (American Indian & Alaskan Native, Native Hawaiian & Pacific Islander, African American, and Hispanic/Latino) racial/ethnic group. As of 2011-12, we include multi-racial persons if one of the races selected was in one of the groups above. U.S. citizens and permanent residents only are counted in the numerator; all students regardless of citizenship are counted in the denominator.

3930,3940 % International grad
Percent of all graduate students who are studying in the US on a visa.

3960 Professional
Students enrolled in college of Law or Veterinary Medicine as of the tenth day of fall semester. Excludes students who are enrolled in the Graduate College; includes non-degree students enrolled in the professional colleges.

3962 FTE Professional students
Full-time equivalents of professional students. Equals the count of full-time students plus 1/3 the count of part time students.

3970,3980 % P-T prof
Percent of professional students who are part-time (less than 12 hours). Prior to Fall, 2004, only students under 9 hours were considered part-time.

3990,4000 % Nonresident prof
Percent of all professional students who are not Illinois residents for tuition assessment purposes.

4004, 4005 Underrepresented Professional students
Number and percent of professional students who self-identify as a member of an underrepresented minority group (American Indian & Alaskan Native, Native Hawaiian & Pacific Islander, African American, and Hispanic/Latino) racial/ethnic group. As of 2011-12, we include multi-racial persons if one of the races selected was in one of the groups above. U.S. citizens and permanent residents only are counted in the numerator; all students regardless of citizenship are counted in the denominator.

4010,4020 % International prof
Percent of all international professional students who are studying in the US on a visa.

4040 Other advisees - ugrad
Undergraduate majors in other units whose work is primarily supervised by faculty in this unit (includes parttime)

4042 Other advisees - grad
Graduate students in other units whose work is primarily supervised by faculty in this unit (includes parttime)

4043 Other advisees parttime - ugrad
Parttime undergraduates in other units whose work is primarily supervised by faculty in this unit

4044 Other advisees parttime - grad
Parttime graduates in other units whose work is primarily supervised by faculty in this unit

4045 Total Advisees - ugrad
Undergraduate students enrolled on campus in programs in this unit, plus other advisees enrolled in another unit but who are substantially advised by this unit. Equals the sum of lines 3660 and 4040.

4046 Total Advisees - grad & pr
Graduate and professional students enrolled on campus in programs in this unit, plus other advisees enrolled in another unit but who are substantially advised by this unit. Equals the sum of lines 3840, 4042, and 3960 (total prof--no professional students are advised by another unit)

4050-4053 Additional Thesis Students
Headcount of doctoral and master's level students who are enrolled in a thesis (599) course supervised by a faculty member in a unit other than the home department of the student. A drilldown provides detail on the numbers of students by student program and department and the teaching department.

4050 Additional Thesis Students: Doctoral and masters students whose home department is elsewhere but who are enrolled in a 599 taught by faculty in this unit minus the students whose home department is this unit but who are supervised by another unit. (lines 4052 plus 4053)
4052 Addl PhD stdts supervised: Doctoral students whose home department is elsewhere but who are enrolled in a 599 taught by faculty in this unit minus students who have a home dept here and are supervised elsewhere.
4053 Addl Master stdts suprvsd: Master's level students whose home department is elsewhere but who are enrolled in a 599 taught by faculty in this unit minus students who have a home dept here and are supervised elsewhere.

4068 Extramural students
Headcount of undergraduate, graduate, and professional students enrolled exclusively in credit-bearing courses offered through the Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning (CITL, formerly Academic Outreach) in this unit as of the last date to drop for the fall term. Students enrolled in both on-campus courses and off-campus courses as of the drop date will be counted as on-campus students and will not appear in this row. Note: non-degree students are all counted in CITL (Department 641). Prior to Banner (fall, 2004), students enrolled in on-campus "Community Credit" classes through Academic Outreach were counted as extramural. Since Banner, they are counted as on-campus students.

4070 Extramural undergraduates
Headcount of undergraduate students enrolled in exclusively in credit-bearing courses offered through CITL in this unit as of the last date to drop for the fall term. (See note on line 4068).

4071 Extramural grad & prof women
Headcount of graduate and professional students enrolled exclusively in credit-bearing courses offered through CITL who self-identify as women.

4072 Extramural graduate & professional students
Headcount of graduate and professional students enrolled exclusively in credit-bearning courses offered through CITL as of the last date to drop courses in Fall. (See note on line 4068).

4073 Extramural grad/prf underrep
Headcount of extramural graduate and professional students who self-identify as a member of an underrepresented minority group (American Indian & Alaskan Native, Native Hawaiian & Pacific Islander, African American, and Hispanic/Latino) racial/ethnic group. As of 2011-12, we include multi-racial persons if one of the races selected was in one of the groups above.

4074 Global Campus Students
Headcount of all students enrolled exclusively in credit-bearing courses offered through Global Campus as of the last date to drop courses in Fall. Includes nondegree students. Note: Global Campus ceased operations as of Fall, 2010. Only graduate students were enrolled through Urbana's Global Campus programs, so previous Campus Profile entries anticipating undergraduates and professional students have been eliminated.

4075 Global Campus underrep
Headcount of Global Campus students who self-identify as a member of an underrepresented minority group (American Indian & Alaskan Native, Native Hawaiian & Pacific Islander, African American, and Hispanic/Latino) racial/ethnic group. Non-Hispanic persons who identify with more than one racial group are counted by the Federal Government as Multi-Racial and are not included in the underrepresented counts.

4076 Global Campus women
Headcount of Global Campus students who self-identify as women

4076 Global Campus Students
Headcount of all students enrolled exclusively in credit-bearing courses offered through Global Campus as of the last date to drop courses in Fall. Includes nondegree students. Note: Global Campus ceased operations as of Fall, 2010. Only graduate students were enrolled through Urbana's Global Campus programs, so previous Campus Profile entries anticipating undergraduates and professional students have been eliminated.

4080-4087 Double Degree/Double Majors
Headcount of students enrolled in two programs or pursuing two majors within one degree program where the secondary major is in this unit. These students will be counted as majors in both units for the purpose of budget reform tuition calculations. The students are broken out by student level. Total counts (4081-4083) equal the sum of full-time double degree students plus part-time double degree students (4084-4087).

4088-4089 Minors
Headcount of students pursuing a minor in this unit. The students are broken out by student level.

4090-4118 All Students - On and Off-Campus
Students enrolled in this unit both on-campus and off-campus, by level. Equals the sum of on-campus students, extramural students, and global campus students. (lines 3660,4070,4076 for undergraduates, lines 3840, 4072, and 4078 for graduate students, and 3960 for professional). Currently, professional programs have no off-campus versions. Note: this does not include "other advisees", students who are enrolled in another unit but are advised in this unit.
4091 FTE All Students
Full-time equivalents of all students on and off-campus. Equals the count of full-time students plus 1/3 the count of part time students. (line 4090 minus 2/3 * line 4096)

4092 All Students - Underrepresented
Headcount of all students who self-identify as a member of an underrepresented minority group (American Indian & Alaskan Native, Native Hawaiian & Pacific Islander, African American, and Hispanic/Latino) racial/ethnic group. As of 2011-12, we include multi-racial persons if one of the races selected was in one of the groups above.

4093 All Students- Women

4094 All Students- % Underrepresented
Line 4092 divided by line 4090

4095 All Students- % Women
Line 4093 divided by line 4090

4096 All Students- Part time
On-campus, Extramural, and Global Campus part time students. Part time is defined as 12 hours for professional and undergraduate students, 8 hours or enrollment in thesis class for graduate students

4097 All Students- % Part time
On-campus, Extramural, and Global Campus parttime students as a percent of all students (line 4096/line 4090)

4100 All Undergraduates
All undergraduates, including on-campus, extramural, and Global Campus.

4105 All Professional
All professional students, including on-campus, extramural, and Global Campus.

4106 All Graduate students
All graduate students, including on-campus, extramural, and Global Campus.

4109, 4114 Underrepresented - All graduates
All underrepresented (American Indian & Alaskan Native, Native Hawaiian & Pacific Islander, African American, and Hispanic/Latino) graduate students, including on-campus, extramural, and Global Campus.

4110, 4115 International - All graduates
All graduate students studying in the US on a visa, including on-campus, extramural, and Global Campus. Does not include international students studying at a location outside the US, per Federal IPEDS definitions.

4111, 4116 Women - All graduates
All women graduate students, including on-campus, extramural, and Global Campus.

4112, 4117 Nonresident - All graduates
All graduate students who are charged out-of-state tuition, including on-campus, extramural, and Global Campus.

4113, 4118 Parttime - All graduates
All graduate students enrolled in less than 8 hours (2.0 units prior to 2004) and not enrolled in 0 hours of thesis).
Prior to Fall, 2004, students enrolled in fewer than 8 hours were counted as part time regardless of whether they were enrolled in a thesis (599) course. Includes on-campus, extramural, and Global Campus.


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