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CAMPUS PROFILE GLOSSARY
November 2016

4120-4354 ADMISSIONS, STUDENT QUALITY, STUDENT/FACULTY RATIOS

4120-4137 (ORIGINAL) NEW BEGINNING FRESHMEN ADMISSIONS
Source: New Freshman Profile published by the Office of Undergraduate Admissions (through 2008-09) plus additional information by college provided directly from that office. New freshmen are students who never enrolled in a degree program at an institution of higher education. Some of them may have taken college classes while still in high school or during the summer between high school and college. Statistics shown are for fall term admissions only.
Note: ORIGINAL applications, admitted and enrolled counts include students who applied to one college and were redirected to another college. Redirected students are counted in the applications but are not counted in either of the collegesí admitted or enrolled counts. Also, college-level data is very spotty prior to 2009-10 due to changing formats in the published New Freshman Profile.
Data is available only for college and campus levels.

4122 ORIGINAL New Freshman Applications
Number of completed original undergraduate applications for Fall term from students who never enrolled in a degree program at an institution of higher education.
4124 ORIGINAL New Freshman Applicants Admitted
Number of applicants issued an offer of admission.
4125 % ORIGINAL New Freshman Applicants Admitted
Percent of applicants offered admission
4126 ORIGINAL New Freshman Enrolled
Number of new beginning freshmen enrolled as of the 10th day of class in the Fall term.
4127 ORIGINAL New Freshman Yield %
The number of new beginning freshmen enrolled as of 10th day divided by the number of students admitted. This is called the "yield".

4130 New Freshman ACT Comp
The mean ACT - composite score for all newly enrolled beginning freshmen. When more than one ACT-Comp score is available for a student, the highest one received before the admission decision is made was chosen. Score range is 0-36.
4136 New Freshman SAT mean
The mean SAT total score for all newly enrolled beginning freshmen. When more than one SAT total score is available for a student, the highest one received before the admission decision is made was chosen. Includes the score on Critical Reading plus the score on Math, each of which is scored 200 - 800, so the total can range from 400-1600. If a student submitted multiple SAT scores, scores from the one test date with the highest total score submitted before the admission decision was selected for inclusion.


4140-4147 (ORIGINAL) TRANSFER ADMISSIONS
Source: New Freshman Profile published by the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, plus additional information by college provided directly from that office. New transfer students are students who are transferring to the Urbana campus after having enrolled in a degree program at another institution of higher education, including community colleges. Statistics shown are for fall term only.
Note: ORIGINAL applications, admitted and enrolled counts include students who applied to one college and were redirected to another college. Redirected students are counted in the applications but are not counted in either of the collegesí admitted or enrolled counts.
Data is available only for college and campus levels.

4142 ORIGINAL New Transfer Applications
Number of completed undergraduate applications from students who previously enrolled in a degree program at an institution of higher education.
4144 ORIGINAL New Transfer Applicants Admitted
Number of transfer applicants admitted.
4145 % ORIGINAL New Transfer Applicants Admitted
Percent of transfer applicants admitted.
4146 ORIGINAL New Transfer Enrolled
Number of new transfer students enrolled as of the 10th day of class in the Fall term.
4147 ORIGINAL New Transfer Yield %
The percent of the admitted transfer students who enroll as of the 10th day of class in the Fall term.

4150-4154 (TOTAL) NEW BEGINNING FRESHMEN ADMISSIONS
Note: TOTAL applications, admitted and enrolled counts include all students; these data are campus total only and do not consider if applicants were redirected to another college.
Data is available only for campus level.

4150 TOTAL New Freshman Applications
Number of completed undergraduate applications for Fall term from students who never enrolled in a degree program at an institution of higher education.
4151 TOTAL New Freshman Applicants Admitted
Number of applicants issued an offer of admission.
4152 % TOTAL New Freshman Applicants Admitted
Percent of applicants offered admission
4153 TOTAL New Freshman Enrolled
Number of new beginning freshmen enrolled as of the 10th day of class in the Fall term.
4154 TOTAL New Freshman Yield %
The number of new beginning freshmen enrolled as of 10th day divided by the number of students admitted. This is called the "yield".

4155-4159 (TOTAL) TRANSFER ADMISSIONS
Note: TOTAL applications, admitted and enrolled counts include all students; these data are campus total only and do not consider if applicants were redirected to another college.
Data is available only for campus level.

4155 TOTAL New Transfer Applications
Number of completed undergraduate applications from students who previously enrolled in a degree program at an institution of higher education.
4156 TOTAL New Transfer Applicants Admitted
Number of transfer applicants admitted.
4157 % TOTAL New Transfer Applicants Admitted
Percent of transfer applicants admitted.
4158 TOTAL New Transfer Enrolled
Number of new transfer students enrolled as of the 10th day of class in the Fall term.
4159 TOTAL New Transfer Yield %
The percent of the admitted transfer students who enroll as of the 10th day of class in the Fall term.


4160-4200 GRADUATE ADMISSIONS
Source: Graduate student data are from the Graduate Admissions System for applicants, admits, and enrolled students for the fall, spring, or summer term of the academic year shown.

4170 Grad Applications
Number of applications for degree programs for the fall term, spring, or summer term of the academic year shown

4180 Grad Admissions
Number of applicants admitted for fall, spring, or summer term of the academic year shown. Admissions data for 2000-01 through 2002-03 may be lower than expected due to record changes allowed by GradConnect.

4200 Grad New Enrollments
Number of new graduate students enrolling this fall, spring, or summer term of the academic year shown


4310-4316 Student Quality - Juniors The mean ACT score and High School Percentile Rank was calculated for all juniors enrolled in the fall term. SAT scores were converted to ACT scores. If a student had more than one score, the highest score was used. Data are available only for students entering Fall, 1991 or later (most of whom were juniors in Fall, 1994) because scores prior to that date are not comparable to the current scores.
4312 Ugrad ACT Composite Score - Juniors
Mean ACT Composite score for all current juniors enrolled in curricula in this unit.

4313 Number with an ACT - Juniors
Number of juniors in this unit who have a mean ACT Composite score

4315 Ugrad High School Rank - Juniors
Mean High School Percentile Rank for all current juniors enrolled in curricula in this unit.

4316 N with HS Rank - Juniors
The number of current juniors enrolled in curricula in this unit who had a high school rank at the time of applicaton.


4330-4352 STUDENT RATIOS
Source: all of these items are ratios of other items in the Campus Profile database. Please consult the glossary for those items to see the source of the data.

4332 Undergrads/Faculty FTE
On-campus undergraduate students supervised by this unit divided by FTE Tenure system faculty on state funds. Equals Line 3660 divided by Line 1030.

4334 Grad & Prof/Faculty FTE
On-campus graduate and professional students supervised by this unit divided by FTE Tenure system faculty on state funds. Equals Line 3800 divided by Line 1030.

4340 Ugrad Advisees/Faculty FTE
On-campus undergraduate students supervised by this unit divided by FTE Tenure system faculty on state funds. Equals Line 4044 divided by Line 1030.

4342 Grad Advisees/Faculty FTE
On-campus graduate & professional students supervised by this unit divided by FTE Tenure system faculty on state funds. Equals Line 4046 divided by Line 1030.

4350 On-campus Advisees/Fac FTE
On-campus graduate, professional, and undergraduate students supervised by this unit divided by FTE Tenure system faculty on state funds. Equals Lines 4044 plus 4046 divided by Line 1030.
4352 All Advisees/Faculty FTE
On-campus, Extramural, and Global Campus students at all levels supervised by the faculty in this unit. Equals the sum of Lines 4044, 4046, 4068, and 4074 divided by Line 1030.
4353 All Student FTE/Faculty FTE
On-campus, Extramural, and Global Campus FTE students at all levels divided by the FTE tenure-system faculty in this unit. Equals Line 4091 divided by Line 1030.

4354 Undergrad FTE/Faculty FTE
On-campus undergraduate FTE students divided by FTE tenure system faculty in this unit. Equals Line 3690 divided by Line 1030.


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