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Spelman College | 1 | A Profile in Facts and Figures

20142015

Fact Book

Spelman College | A Profile in Facts and Figures

Mission 3AccreditAtion 4

orgAnizAtion 5general Profile 68summary statistics 910

AdMissions & registrAtion 11Applied, Admitted & registered 12First-time, First-Year by ethnicity 13First-time, First-Year by Age 14First-time, First-Year Verbal sAt score trends 15First-time, First-Year Math sAt score trends 16First-time, First-Year composite sAt score trends 17First-time, First-Year composite Act score trends 18First-time, First-Year High school gPA 19First-time, First-Year enrollment by states 20222014-15 First-time, First-Year enrollment by georgia counties 23First-time, First-Year enrollment by Major 24top ten Majors for First-time, First-Year students 25total enrollment by ethnicity 26total enrollment by states & nations 27total enrollment by states 28total enrollment by nations 29total enrollment by classification 30total enrollment by Major 32total enrollment by Major& classification 32

First generAtion And steM 33 enrolled First generation students 34First generation graduation & retention 35g-stem at spelman 36Health careers Program at spelman 37Howard Hughes Program at spelman 38the research initiative for scientific enhancement (rise) Program at spelman 39total enrollment by steM Major 40total steM enrollment by classification 41steM graduates 42

Table of Contents

Spelman College | A Profile in Facts and Figures

Table of ContentsgrAduAtion And retention 43graduation by Major 44cumulative graduation and retention rates 45iPeds 6 Year graduation rates 46

FinAnciAl Aid 47students Awarded Financial Aid 48students Awarded Financial Aid by Aid types 49Financial Aid Amounts disbursed by sources 50Financial Aid Amounts disbursed by Years & source 51Financial Aid Awarded to First-time, First-Year by type 52First-time, First-Year loans by type 53students Awarded Pell grants 54students Awarded Federal loans 55

cAMPus residence liFe 56occupancy statistics 57campus life 58the Wellness center 59Quick Facts About Atlanta 60residence Halls 6165

FAcultY 66Faculty longitudinal statistical trends 67Faculty status 68Faculty by rank & gender & salary Average 69student Faculty ratio 70Full time Faculty by rank 71Full-time Faculty by Highest degree 72

FinAnce 73operating Budget 7476

AluMnAe PArticiPAtion 77Alumnae Participation 78Alumnae by states 7980Alumnae by nations 8182spelman campus 83

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Mission

Spelman College, a historically Black college

and global leader in the education of women of

African descent, is dedicated to academic excellence in

the liberal arts and sciences and the intellectual, creative,

ethical, and leadership development of its students.

Spelman empowers the whole person to engage

the many cultures of the world and inspires

a commitment to positive social change.

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Accreditation

Spelman College is accredited

by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools

Commission on Colleges to award Baccalaureate Degrees.

1866 Southern Lane

Decatur, GA 30033

404-679-4500

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Organization

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General Profile PRESIDENTELECT Dr.MarySchmidtCampbell

PRESIDENT Dr.BeverlyDanielTatum

FOUNDED April11,1881

TYPE Private

AFFILIATION Independent

CLASSIFICATION BaccalaureateI-Four-YearLiberalArtsCollegeforWomen

CAMPUS 39Acres,26Buildings

CALENDAR Semester

DEGREESOFFERED BachelorofArts,BachelorofScience

ADDRESS 350SpelmanLane,SW Atlanta,Georgia30314-4399

WEBSITEADDRESS www.spelman.edu

ACCREDITINGAGENCY SouthernAssociationofCollegesandSchools,CommissiononColleges(SACSCOC)

MOODYRATING (AA)

STANDARDANDPOORS (A-1)

MEMBERSHIPS AssociatedCollegesoftheSouth(ACS),CoalitionofWomensColleges,NationalAssociationforCollegeAdmissionsCoun-seling,NationalAssociationofSchoolsofMusic(NASM),NationalCouncilfortheAccreditationofTeacherEducation(NCATE),StateofGeorgiaProfessionalStandardsCommis-sion(PSC),andGeorgiaIndependentCollegeAssociation(GICA)

MASCOT Jaguar

COLORS Blue&White

GRADUATIONREQUIREMENTS Minimal120credithours,minimal2.00G.P.A.(withamini-mumgradeofCinallmajorand/orminorrequirements)

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General ProfileNATIONALHONORSOCIETIES AlphaEpsilonDelta,AlphaLambdaDeltaNationalFirstYear

HonorSociety,AlphaSigmaLambda,GoldenKeyInternationalHonorSociety,MortarBoardSeniorHonorSociety,NationalSocietyofCollegiateScholars(recognizingacademicachieve-mentamongfirstandsecondyearstudents),andPhiBetaKappa

DEPARTMENTALHONOR BetaKappaChi(NationalScientificHonorSocietyforBiology, SOCIETIES Biochemistry,Chemistry,ChemicalEngineering,Computer

Science,NaturalScience,andPsychology),IotaIotaIota(Na-tionalWomensStudiesHonorSociety),KappaDeltaEpsilon(Education),PsiChi(Psychology),SigmaPiSigma(Physics),SigmaTauDelta(English),andUpsilonPiEpsilon(ComputerScience)

DEGREESANDMAJORS Bachelor of Arts:Art,ComparativeWomensStudies,Drama,

EarlyChildhoodEducation,Economics,EducationStudies,English,EnvironmentalStudies,French,History,InternationalStudies,Music,Philosophy,PoliticalScience,Psychology,ReligiousStudies,Sociology,SociologyandAnthropology,andSpanish,Bachelor of Science:Biochemistry,Biology,Chem-istry,ComputerScience,DualDegreeEngineering,Environ-mentalScience,Mathematics,andPhysics

SPECIALPROGRAMS ADAMHA-MARCHonors(AUC),ContinuingEducation,Do-mesticExchange,DualDegreeinEngineering,DualDegreeinNursingwithEmoryUniversity,EarlyAcceptanceProgramwithGeorgiaRegentsUniversityCollegeofNursing,EthelWaddellGithiiHonors,FreshmanStudiesProgram,HBXCORewithHarvardUniversityBusinessSchool,InternationalAffairsCenter,NeurobiologyBS/NeuroscienceMSwithMorehouseSchoolofMedicine,Pre-freshmenSummerScience,ROTC,StudyAbroad,SummerScienceandEngineering,UMARCHonors(AUC),PartnershipAgreementswithvariousMedi-calandNursingSchools,includingBostonUniversitySchoolofMedicine,UniversityofConnecticutSchoolofDentistry,RochesterSchoolofNursingandHowardUniversitySchoolofMedicineandDentistry

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General Profile FINANCIALAID Federal and State Need-Based Financial Aid Programs: ANDSCHOLARSHIPS GeorgiaTuitionEqualizationGrant,FederalDirectStafford

Loan,FederalDirectPlusLoan,FederalDirectUnsubsidizedStaffordLoan,FederalPellGrant,FederalPerkinsLoan,FederalSupplementalEducationalOpportunityGrant,andGeorgiaStudentAccessLoan Scholarships:Academic,Bonner,Deans,Presidential,DeWittWallaceforInternationalStudents,DeWittWallaceService,GeorgiaHope,StudentofDistinction,andotherSpelmanFundedScholarships

SUPPORTSOURCES/ AssessmentofStudentLearning;BonnerScholarsProgram; PROGRAMS CareerPlanningandDevelopment;CenterforAcademic

PlanningandSuccess;CommunityService;ComprehensiveWriting;ComputingandInformationTechnology;CounselingServices;DisabilityServices;ForeignLanguagesTutorialServices;FreshmanSuccess;GraduateSchoolRelations;HealthCareers;HealthServices;MathematicsTutorialServices;PublicSafety;Science,Engineering,&TechnicalCareers;ScienceTutoring;SpelmanCollegeMuseumofFineArts;StudentAffairs;StudentFinancialServices;StudentSuccessCenter;WomensResearchandResourceCenter

ACTIVITIESAND SpelmanStudentGovernmentAssociation;TheP.U.L.S.E. ORGANIZATIONS ProgrammingBoard,MissSpelmanAdvisory;GreekLetter Organizations:AlphaKappaAlpha,DeltaSigmaTheta,

SigmaGammaRhoandZetaPhiBeta;NumerouscharteredAcademicandProfessionalClubs;variouscharteredreligiousorganizations

STUDENTPUBLICATIONS TheBluePrint(Newspaper),Reflections(Yearbook)

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Summary Statistics

Admissions First-Time First-Year

Completed Applications 4,324 Offered Admission 2,335 Yield Admitted 54% Registered 552 Yield Registered (admitted) 24%

Average Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) Scores Verbal 495 Math 529 Total 1,024

Average American College Testing (ACT) Scores Composite 22

Faculty Total Faculty 244

Full-Time 180 Part-Time 64

Doctorates/Other Terminal Degrees Male 48 Female 106

Faculty Rank Professor 28 Associate Professor 56 Assistant Professor 47 Instructor 26 Lecturer 23

Tenure Status Tenured 84 Tenure Track 47 Non-Tenure Track 49

Ratio Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) to Faculty 10:01

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Note:AllFirst-Time,First-YeardatacontainedhereinisbasedontheFall2014cohorttabulatedasofOctober15,2014.NumberofStatesrepresentedincludesDistrictofColumbia,VirginIslands,andMilitaryEurope.

Summary Statistics

Student Body Classification

First-Time, First-Year (FTFY) 552 26% Other First-Years 61 3% Sophomores 563 26% Juniors 506 24% Seniors 453 21%

Registered Headcount Full-Time (FT) 2,072 97% Part-Time (PT) 63 3% Total 2135

Ethnicity Black/ African American 1,855 87.00% Biracial/Bicultural/Race Unknown 235 11.00% International/Other 32 1.00% Asian/Pacific Islander 2 0.00% Hispanic American/ Latina 7 0.32% Native American 3 0.00% White, Non-Hispanic 1 0.00%

Residency Georgia 571 27% Other States 1,526 71% Foreign Countries 13 Number of States Represented 43 Top 5 States Georgia, New York, Maryland, California, Florida Total Graduates 464

B.A. Degrees 343 74% B.S. Degrees 121 26%

Cost of Attendance Tuition $22,055.00 Fees $3,441.00 Room and Board $11,945.00

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Admissions and Registration

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First-Time, First-Year Admissions Trends

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First-Time Transfer Admissions Trends

Applied Admitted Registered

1the data includes both Full-time & Part-time First-Year students note: All First-time, First-Year data contained herein is based on the Fall 2014 cohort tabulated as of october 15, 2014

Applied, Admitted and Registered

1 The data includes both full-time and part-time first-year students.

Student Type 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 First-Time, First-Year

Applied 5,128 5,864 6,081 5,701 4,324 Admitted 2,009 2,204 2,312 2,325 2,335

Registered 1 539 531 523 559 552 Transfer Applied 440 406 408 415 170 Admitted 80 69 67 79 61 Registered 45 42 27 55 27

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First-Time, First-Year By Ethnicity

1the data includes both full-time and part-time first-year students 2starting FY2010-11 students from the united states with unknown ethnicity were shifted from the international to Bi-racial/Bi-cultural, which includes all other categories and unspecified ethnicities

1 Starting FY2010-11 students from the United States with unknown ethnicity were shifted from the International to Bi-Racial/Bi-Cultural, which includes all Other categories and unspecified ethnicities.

Ethnicity 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 Total First-Time, First-Year 539 531 523 559 552 International 3 5 4 14 3 Black, Non-Hispanic 432 384 479 512 506 Native American or Alaskan Native 2 0 0 1 2

Asian or Pacific Islander 0 1 1 0 0 Hispanic 2 1 3 2 3 White, Non-Hispanic 0 0 0 0 1 Bi-Racial/Bi-Cultural 1 100 140 36 30 37 2

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Fall 2014 First-Time, First-Year by Ethnicity

International Black, Non-Hispanic

Native American or Alaskan Native Asian or Pacific Islander

Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic

Bi-racial/Bi-cultural[1]

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First-Time, First-Year By Age Age Breakdown 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 17 &Younger 44 58 58 54 47

18 452 414 424 455 461 19 40 52 39 46 42

20+ & Unknown 3 7 2 4 2 Total 539 531 523 559 552

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First-Time, First-Year Verbal SAT Score Trends

3scholastic Aptitude test (sAt) source: spelman college Fall 2014 census retrieved october 15, 2014

1 Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)

SAT1 Verbal 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 600-800 64 61 69 64 60 500-599 208 221 165 204 174 400-499 126 115 145 138 139 300-399 6 10 7 17 13

less than 300 0 0 1 0 0 Total 404 407 387 423 386

Nationwide Mean 501 497 496 496 497 Spelman Mean 526 526 523 521 516 25th percentile 480 480 470 470 460 75th percentile 560 570 570 570 560

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First-Time, First-Year Math SAT Score Trends

source: spelman college Fall 2014 census retrieved october 15, 2014

SAT Math 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 600-800 37 46 34 45 35 500-599 181 197 181 191 160 400-499 170 143 149 161 161 300-399 17 21 21 26 29

less than 300 0 0 2 0 1 Total 405 407 387 423 386

Nationwide Mean 516 514 514 514 513 Spelman Mean 505 513 502 507 495 25th percentile 460 465 460 460 440 75th percentile 550 560 540 550 540

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First-Time, First-Year Composite SAT Score Trends

source: spelman college Fall 2014 census retrieved october 15, 2014

SAT Composite 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 1,400-1,600 1 1 1 4 1 1,300-1,399 11 5 11 5 11 1,200-1,299 21 22 22 29 21 1,100-1,199 67 99 70 87 63 1,000-1,099 143 145 107 125 104 900- 999 117 90 130 114 113 800- 899 40 35 37 46 64 700- 799 4 9 7 12 9 Below 700 0 1 2 1 0

Total 404 407 387 423 386 Nationwide Mean 1,017 1,011 1,011 1,010 1,010

Spelman Mean 1,033 1,039 1,025 1,028 1,011 25th percentile 960 960 940 940 910 75th percentile 1,100 1,120 1,108 1,110 1,090

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First-Time, First-Year Composite ACT Score Trends

4American college testing (Act) source: spelman college Fall 2014 census retrieved october 15, 2014

ACT1 Composite 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 29-36 5 13 21 13 5 27-28 18 22 19 23 23 25-26 33 39 31 27 40 23-24 60 68 66 57 53 21-22 97 71 62 72 68

Below 21 99 96 90 86 130 Total 312 309 289 278 319 Mean 22 22 22 22 22

25th Percentile 20 20 20 20 19 75th Percentile 24 24 24 24 24

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First-Time, First-Year High School GPA

5grade Point Average (gPA)

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High School Grade Point Average Trends

3.50-4.00 3.00-3.49 2.50-2.99 2.00-2.49 Below 1.99

HS GPA1 Range 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15

# % # % # % # % # % 3.50-4.00 315 59% 366 69% 292 60% 340 70% 284 51% 3.00-3.49 183 34% 136 26% 171 32% 162 30% 226 41% 2.50-2.99 31 6% 24 5% 21 4% 40 8% 39 7% 2.00-2.49 4 1% 3 1% 3 1% 5 1% 3 0%

Below 1.99 0 0% 0 0% 1 0% 0 0% 0 0% Total 533 529 488 547 552

Mean 3.56 3.64 3.56 3.55 3.5

1 Grade Point Average (GPA)

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First-Time, First-Year Enrollment by States State or Region 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15

Alabama 8 10 2 14 13 Alaska 0 1 1 1 0 Arizona 3 4 5 4 3 Arkansas 4 9 2 5 2 California 38 35 27 27 33 Colorado 3 6 1 4 4 Connecticut 2 6 8 5 4 Delaware 2 1 2 1 4 District of Columbia 4 4 7 11 10 Florida 21 25 19 31 31 Georgia 134 116 115 127 139 Illinois 21 31 20 17 22 Indiana 3 7 4 6 3 Iowa 0 0 0 0 1 Kansas 0 2 1 1 1 Kentucky 1 3 2 2 1 Louisiana 12 4 5 2 7 Maryland 44 36 35 39 39 Massachusetts 8 9 14 4 12 Michigan 20 10 23 18 16 Minnesota 2 3 5 3 4 Mississippi 6 4 10 5 9 Missouri 9 7 5 7 8 Nebraska 0 1 0 1 1 Nevada 2 0 5 4 4 New Hampshire 1 1 0 0 2 New Jersey 12 18 17 22 23 New Mexico 1 0 1 0 0 New York 30 29 49 45 33 North Carolina 24 36 19 24 20 Ohio 16 11 14 12 10 Oklahoma 0 0 0 2 3 Oregon 0 0 1 1 3 Pennsylvania 12 25 14 24 18

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First-Time, First-Year Enrollment by States

State or Region 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 Rhode Island 0 0 1 0 0 South Carolina 12 8 11 8 13 Tennessee 15 11 20 15 7 Texas 28 33 25 28 23 U. S. Virgin Islands 1 1 0 2 0 Virginia 32 15 19 21 18 Washington 3 1 3 1 2 Wisconsin 3 2 4 1 1 Wyoming 0 1 0 0 0 Foreign Countries 2 5 7 14 3 Military - Europe 0 0 0 0 1 Unspecified 0 0 0 0 1 Total 539 531 523 559 552 Georgia Students 134 116 115 127 139 Georgia % of Total 25% 22% 22% 23% 25%

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First-Time, First-Year Enrollment by States

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201415 First-Time, First-Year Enrollment by Georgia Counties Georgia County Count

Bibb 3 Bulloch 2 Carroll 2 Catoosa 1 Chatham 4 Clarke 1 Clayton 9 Cobb 15 Columbia 1 Coweta 1 Crisp 1 DeKalb 24 Dougherty 3 Douglas 2 Fayette 3 Fulton 21 Glynn 1 Gwinnett 8 Henry 8 Houston 2 Lee 1 Monroe 1 Montgomery 1 Muscogee 5 Newton 3 Paulding 1 Peach 1 Richmond 4 Rockdale 6 Spalding 1 Sumter 2 Walton 1 Total 139

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First-Time, First-Year Enrollment by Major

6 As of official census data october 15, 2014, there was no First-time, First-Year students classified as Human services or independent services majors in Fall 2014

note: early childhood education Majors includes child development Human services is provided as a major only for Pauline e drake scholars (Peds) dual degree in engineering includes all dual degree Programs

1 As of official census data October 15, 2014, there was no First-Time, First-Year students classified as Human Services or Independent Services in Fall 2014.

Major1 Count Art 1 Biochemistry 17 Biology 125 Chemistry 10 Comparative Women's Studies 1 Computer Information Sciences 7 Drama 12 Dual Degree in Engineering 34 Early Childhood Education 10 Economics 18 Education Studies 7 English 34 Environmental Science 5 Environmental Studies 2 French 1 History 8 Human Services 0 Independent Major 0 International Studies 24 Mathematics 7 Music 8 Philosophy 3 Physics 3 Political Science 53 Psychology 66 Religious Studies 1 Sociology 14 Sociology & Anthropology 7 Spanish 7 Undeclared 67

Total 552

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Top-Ten Majors for First-Time, First-Year Students

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Top Ten Majors Selected by First-Time, First-Year Students

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Total Enrollment By Ethnicity

7Bi-racial/Bi-cultural includes all other categories and unspecified ethnicities

Ethnicity 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 International 12 16 15 30 32 Black, Non-Hispanic 1,910 1,760 1,764 1,796 1,855 Native American or Alaskan Native 2 2 1 1 3 Asian or Pacific Islander 2 1 2 3 2 Hispanic 3 5 8 7 7 White, Non-Hispanic 1 0 0 0 1 Bi-Racial/Bi-Cultural1 247 386 355 292 235

Total 2,177 2,170 2,145 2,129 2,135

1 Bi-Racial/Bi-Cultural includes all other categories and unspecified ethnicities

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Fall 2014Enrollment by Ethnicity

International Black, Non-HispanicNative American or Alaskan Native Asian or Pacific IslanderHispanic White, Non-HispanicBi-Racial/Bi-Cultural[1]

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Total Enrollment By States and Nations

U.S. States and Territories Count

Alabama 36 Alaska 2 Arizona 11 Arkansas 13 California 122 Colorado 16 Connecticut 24 Delaware 8 District of Columbia 36 Florida 101 Georgia 571 Illinois 82 Indiana 15 Iowa 1 Kansas 5 Kentucky 4 Louisiana 23 Maryland 141 Massachusetts 35 Michigan 64 Military-Europe 1 Minnesota 11 Mississippi 25 Missouri 25 Nebraska 2 Nevada 11 New Hampshire 3 New Jersey 71 New Mexico 1 New York 142 North Carolina 93 Ohio 43 Oklahoma 5 Oregon 5

U.S. States and Territories Count

Pennsylvania 70 South Carolina 41 Tennessee 53 Texas 97 Virgin Islands 2 Virginia 71 Washington 9 Wisconsin 5 Wyoming 1 Not reported 6 U.S. Total 2103

International Count

Bahamas 1 Barbados 1 Burundi 1 Cte D' lvoire 1 France 1 Gambia 1 Guyana 1 Kenya 3 Nigeria 1 Rwanda 9 South Africa 2 Trinidad & Tobago 1 Zimbabwe 9 International Total 32

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Total Enrollment By States

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Total Enrollment By Nations

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Total Enrollment By Classification

8 calculation of Fte students using Fall student headcounts: Full-time + Part-time headcount* 0 392857 http://nces ed gov/ipeds/glossary/index asp?id=854

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1 Calculation of FTE students using Fall student headcounts: Full-Time + Part-Time headcount* 0.392857 http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/glossary/index.asp?id=854

Classification 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15

# % # % # % # % # % First-Time, First-Year 539 25% 531 24% 523 24% 559 26% 552 26% Other First-Year 106 5% 98 5% 108 5% 78 4% 61 3% Sophomore 574 26% 531 24% 522 24% 529 25% 563 26% Junior 520 24% 544 25% 526 25% 516 24% 506 24% Senior 438 20% 466 21% 466 22% 447 21% 453 21% Total 2,177 2,170 2,145 2,129 2,135

FTE (IPEDS)1 2,118 2,117 2,102 2,088 2,097

Full-Time 2,080 2,082 2,074 2,061 2,072

Part-Time 97 88 71 68 63

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Total Enrollment By Major

note: FY2014-15 environmental studies and environmental science are reported separately early childhood education and education studies reported separately early childhood education includes child development dual degree in engineering includes all dual degree programs

Major Fall 2010 Fall 2011 Fall 2012 Fall 2013 Fall 2014 # % # % # % # % # %

Art 21 1% 19 1% 17 1% 13 1% 16 1% Biochemistry 49 2% 31 1% 33 2% 42 2% 48 2% Biology 317 15% 338 16% 330 15% 375 18% 350 16% Chemistry 76 3% 92 4% 75 3% 58 3% 48 2% Comparative Women's Studies 24 1% 33 2% 31 1% 45 2% 48 2%

Computer Information Sciences 26 1% 27 1% 30 1% 46 2% 36 2%

Drama 38 2% 49 2% 61 3% 40 2% 47 2% Dual Degree in Engineering 58 3% 49 2% 44 2% 57 3% 80 4% Economics 165 8% 139 6% 136 6% 144 7% 135 6% English 166 8% 176 8% 168 8% 158 7% 152 7% Early Childhood Education * * * * * * * * 46 2% Education Studies 45 2% 44 2% 65 3% 55 3% 23 1% Environmental Science 14 1% 22 1% 25 1% 26 1% 16 1% Environmental Studies * * * * * * * * 13 1% French 7 0% 5 0% 2 0% 1 0% 2 0% History 25 1% 34 2% 34 2% 29 1% 34 2% Human Services 15 1% 13 1% 11 1% 14 1% 12 1% Independent Major 2 0% 5 0% 2 0% 2 0% 1 0% International Studies 54 2% 79 4% 94 4% 104 5% 118 5% Mathematics 51 2% 71 3% 78 4% 50 2% 54 3% Music 25 1% 18 1% 21 1% 18 1% 22 1% Philosophy 14 1% 14 1% 13 1% 10 0% 14 1% Physics 8 0% 5 0% 11 1% 12 1% 13 1% Political Science 180 8% 206 9% 206 10% 206 10% 202 9% Psychology 435 20% 454 21% 432 20% 398 19% 373 17% Religious Studies 6 0% 5 0% 6 0% 5 0% 3 0% Sociology 61 3% 61 3% 48 2% 46 2% 50 2% Sociology & Anthropology 13 1% 15 1% 19 1% 17 1% 21 1% Spanish 23 1% 18 1% 17 1% 14 1% 18 1% Undeclared 259 12% 148 7% 136 6% 144 7% 140 7%

Total 2,177 100% 2,170 100% 2,145 100% 2,129 100% 2,135 100%

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1 Students with less than 30 credit hours are classified as sophomore.

Majors New First-Time Other

First-Year 1 Sophomore Junior Senior Grand Total First Year Sophomore Junior

Art 1 0 0 2 4 6 3 16 Biochemistry 16 1 0 2 13 9 7 48 Biology 123 1 1 8 98 64 55 350 Chemistry 9 0 1 2 11 14 11 48 Comparative Women's Studies 1 0 0 3 13 15 16 48

Computer Information Science 7 0 0 2 12 6 9 36

Drama 12 0 0 1 11 8 15 47 Dual Degree in Engineering 34 0 0 1 20 19 6 80

Economics 16 0 2 3 39 39 36 135 English 33 1 0 5 34 39 40 152 Early Childhood Education 10 0 0 1 7 17 11 46

Education Studies 7 0 0 1 7 2 6 23 Environmental Science 5 0 0 0 5 3 3 16 Environmental Studies 2 0 0 0 4 3 4 13 French 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 History 8 0 0 1 3 7 15 34 Human Services 0 0 0 0 5 3 4 12 Independent Major 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 International Studies 23 1 0 1 33 34 26 118 Mathematics 7 0 0 1 21 12 13 54 Music 8 0 0 0 7 4 3 22 Philosophy 3 0 0 0 5 4 2 14 Physics 3 0 0 0 2 3 5 13 Political Science 52 1 0 3 49 43 54 202 Psychology 63 2 1 13 95 110 89 373 Religious Studies 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 3 Sociology 14 0 0 2 7 16 11 50 Sociology & Anthropology 7 0 0 1 3 6 4 21

Spanish 6 1 0 0 5 2 4 18 Undeclared 67 0 0 7 49 17 0 140 Total 539 8 5 61 563 506 453 2135

Total Enrollment By Major and Classification

9students with less than 30 credit hours are classified as sophomore

9

First Generation and STEM

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Enrolled First Generation Students

10 First generation students are defined as any student who indicated on the Free Application for Federal student Aid (FAFsA) that the highest level of education completed by either parent is middle or high school

1 First Generation students are defined as any student who indicated on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) that the highest level of education completed by either parent is middle or high school.

Academic Year Total Enrollment First Generation Students1

# % 2010-11 2177 381 18% 2011-12 2170 389 18% 2012-13 2145 373 17% 2013-14 2129 353 17% 2014-15 2135 333 16%

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Total Enrollment First Generation Students

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First Generation Graduation and Retention

Retention Graduation Rate

Cohort Year Headcount First

Generation Students

2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year 4YR 5YR 6YR

# % # % # % # % 2009 563 99 18% 85 86% 81 82% 74 75% 65% 67% 2010 536 94 18% 84 89% 81 86% 76 81% 66% 2011 529 97 18% 87 90% 75 77% 73 75% 2012 520 79 15% 66 84% 62 78% 2013 558 85 15% 64 75% 2014 550 80 15%

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

536 529 520558 550

94 97 79 85 80

First-Time, First-Year First Generation Students

Headcount First Generation Students

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STEM at Spelman G-STEMEnhancing Global Research and Education in STEM at Spelman College (G-STEM) seeks to prepare African-American women within the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) disciplines to be globally engaged upon graduation from Spelman College.The G-STEM office has been developed to work synergistically with different offices and departments on campus to establish formal international research collaborations, and develop a structured mentoring program for STEM majors (Biology, Chemistry, Computer Sciences, Mathematics, Physics, Dual-Degree Engineering or Environmental Science and Studies) seeking global research experiences. The G-STEM programs goals are to greatly increase the quality and quantity of international research opportunities available to our students, as well as enhance the mentoring process between STEM students and faculty.

graduate distinctions

Honors Program Graduates: 11.11 %

Top Ten Graduates: 10 %

Cum Laude: 33.33 %

Magna Cum Laude: 33.33 %

Summa Cum Laude: 8.3 %

Continue in STEM disciplines or Ph.D. program: 22 %

Highlights

Total G-STEM Scholars: 26

Total G-STEM Graduates: 18

source: enhancing global research & education in steM at spelman college (g-steM) office, June 2015

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The Health Careers Program of Spelman College initiated in 1971 to advance more and better- qualified young women into the professional/allied health professional schools of medicine, dentistry, osteopathy, optometry, podiatry, pharmacy, veterinary medicine and graduate health programs. Since 1970, the College has been successful in assisting well over 800 of its students in gaining admission to many prestigious professional/ allied health professional institutions.The program serves as a repository of information. We coordinate visits to healthcare facilities and professional schools, schedule on campus visits for lectures and recruitment personnel, and assists students in identifying facilities where they may participate in academic enrichment/research activities during the academic years and summers.

Health careers Program Provides:

n Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Training

n First Aid/CPR Certification

n Professional and Speech Workshops

n Spelman Women in Science and Health Shadowing Program (WISH)

n Development of Professional Schools Articulation Agreements

n Professional Schools Application Workshops (Medical, Dental, Pharmacy, etc.)

n Networking and Leadership opportunities

Learn more about our program at: http://faculty.spelman.edu/healthcareersprogram.

STEM at Spelman Health Careers

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Spelman College has benefited from continuous HHMI funding since 1992, and the current award provides an additional four years of support (2012- 2016) for a variety of innovative science initiatives at Spelman, including programs that encourage undergraduate students in science exploration and prepare them for successful scientific careers.These programs have contributed to Spelmans status as one of the nations top producers of minority student Ph.Ds. We are very excited to be able to con-tinue our tradition of training women of color for successful biomedical careers.The current award supports student researcher development, advisement, support and training, as well as promotes student curiosity and science literacy through two undergraduate research training programs that will provide research opportunities for our students both on and off campus, and innovative research and grant competitions.

research Programs and grants

n Research Associates Program (RAP)

n Spelman Mentored and Research Trained Scholar Program (SMART Scholars)

n Spelman Pioneer Award in Research Competition (SPARC)

n Student-Developed Competitive Research Grants

n Another goal of the HHMI Program focuses on curricular development, specifically: Interdisciplinary Curriculum Development

STEM at Spelman Howard Hughes

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STEM at Spelman RISE The Research Initiative for Scientific Enhancement (RISE) program is a structured biomedical research-trainingprogram for the underrepre-sented minorities and women who desire to pursue a career in biomedical research.The RISE Programs, funded by the National Institutes of Health/National Institute of General Medical Sciences(NIH/NIGMS), were initiated in 1972. The RISE program at Spelman College was established in 2000 and isstructured into two segments: The Research Development Program (Academic Year and Summer) and theSTART Program (Summer Training About Research Techniques).Students choose to come to Spelman College because they want to change the world. Spelman-RISE program isdetermined to equip our young ladies with the skills needed to do just so. change the world by immersingthem in an interdisciplinary research community that will make them more competitive for admission into toptier Ph.D. programs. They can bring unique perspectives to the treatment, pre-vention, and eradication of diseaseas women of African descent.

Learn more about our program at:http://rise.spelman.edu.

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Total Enrollment By STEM Major

11 science, technology, engineering and Mathematics (steM) source: Fall 2014 census Files

1 Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)

STEM1 Majors New First-Time Other First-Year Sophomore Junior Senior Grand Total

Biochemistry 17 2 13 9 7 48 Biology 125 8 98 64 55 350 Chemistry 10 2 11 14 11 48 Computer Information Sciences 7 2 12 6 9 36 Dual Degree Engineering 34 1 20 19 6 80 Environmental Science 5 0 5 3 3 16 Environmental Studies 2 0 4 3 4 13 Mathematics 7 1 21 12 13 54 Physics 3 0 2 3 5 13 Total 210 16 186 133 113 658

11

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Total STEM Enrollment By Classification

source: Fall 2012, Fall 2013 and Fall 2014 census Files

Classification 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 New First-Time 177 226 210 Other First- Year 34 21 16 Sophomore 135 162 186 Junior 147 128 133 Senior 136 129 113

Total 629 666 658

0

50

100

150

200

250

2012-13 2013-14 2014-15

STEM Majors By Classification Three Year Trend

New First- Time Other First- Year Sophomore Junior Senior

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STEM Graduates

source: 2013-14 Fact Book, iPeds completion survey, october 2014 note: FY2014-15 environmental studies and environmental science are reported separately

99

128129

0

20

40

60

80

100

120

140

2012-13 2013-14 2014-15

STEM Graduates Trend

Graduates

Major 2012 2012

Total

2013 2013 Total

2014 2014 Total

BA BS BA BS BA BS

Biochemistry 0 1 1 0 5 5 0 4 4 Biology 0 59 59 0 64 64 0 75 75 Chemistry 0 13 13 0 28 28 0 12 12 Computer Information Sciences 0 5 5 0 6 6 0 9 9

Dual Degree in Engineering 0 1 1 0 6 6 0 5 5 Environmental Science 0 4 4 0 3 3 0 1 1 Environmental Studies * * * * * * 3 3 6 Mathematics 7 7 14 7 8 15 5 10 15 Physics 0 2 2 0 1 1 0 2 2 Total 7 92 99 7 121 128 8 121 129

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Graduation and Retention

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Graduation By Major

note: FY2014-15 environmental studies and environmental science are reported separately early childhood education and education studies reported separately 2014 graduate data compiled from July 1, 2013-June 30, 2014

Major 2010 2010

Total

2011 2011 Total

2012 2012 Total

2013 2013 Total

2014 2014 Total

BA BS BA BS BA BS BA BS BA BS

Art 4 0 4 6 0 6 5 0 5 5 0 5 5 0 5

Biochemistry 0 3 3 0 4 4 0 1 1 0 5 5 0 4 4

Biology 0 53 53 0 54 54 0 59 59 0 64 64 0 75 75

Chemistry 0 12 12 0 17 17 0 13 13 0 28 28 0 12 12

Comparative Women's Studies 10 0 10 14 0 14 15 0 15 6 0 6 14 0 14

Computer Information Sciences

0 4 4 0 1 1 0 5 5 0 6 6 0 9 9

Drama 16 0 16 8 0 8 11 0 11 15 0 15 11 0 11 Dual Degree in Engineering 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 6 6 0 5 5

Economics 52 0 52 39 0 39 41 0 41 29 0 29 38 0 38 Early Childhood Education * * * * * * * * * * * * 8 0 8

Education Studies 14 0 14 13 0 13 11 0 11 12 0 12 4 0 4

English 52 0 52 52 0 52 55 0 55 45 0 45 36 0 36 Environmental Science 0 3 3 0 2 2 0 4 4 0 3 3 0 1 1

Environmental Studies * * * * * * * * * * * * 3 3 6

French 1 0 1 1 0 1 4 0 4 1 0 1 0 0 0

History 12 0 12 6 0 6 8 0 8 11 0 11 5 0 5

Human Services 4 0 4 2 0 2 2 0 2 1 0 1 1 0 1

Independent Major 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 1 0 1

International Studies 14 0 14 16 0 16 25 0 25 23 0 23 21 0 21

Mathematics 4 10 14 1 9 10 7 7 14 7 8 15 5 10 15

Music 7 0 7 12 0 12 2 0 2 6 0 6 0 0 0

Philosophy 3 0 3 3 0 3 5 0 5 4 0 4 3 0 3

Physics 0 1 1 0 2 2 0 2 2 0 1 1 0 2 2

Political Science 57 0 57 42 0 42 42 0 42 59 0 59 53 0 53

Psychology 98 0 98 87 0 87 115 0 115 117 0 117 117 0 117

Religious Studies 4 0 4 2 0 2 1 0 1 2 0 2 2 0 2

Sociology 23 0 23 20 0 20 16 0 16 12 0 12 8 0 8 Sociology & Anthropology 3 0 3 2 0 2 3 0 3 4 0 4 5 0 5

Spanish 7 0 7 10 0 10 7 0 7 2 0 2 3 0 3

Total 385 86 471 336 90 426 375 92 467 363 121 484 343 121 464

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Cumulative Graduation and Retention Rates

Retained Graduated Cohort Year Head Count 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year 5th Year 6th Year

2004 578 90% 84% 61% 71% 73% 2005 531 92% 87% 70% 75% 77% 2006 569 88% 83% 64% 70% 73% 2007 553 86% 78% 60% 66% 68% 2008 540 84% 78% 67% 73% 74% 2009 563 88% 83% 69% 73% 2010 536 89% 85% 71% 2011 529 90% 83% 2012 520 88% 86% 2013 557 89%

2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

88%89%

90%

88%89%

83%

85%

83%

86%

Retention Trends

Retained 2nd Year Retained 3rd Year

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IPEDS 6 Year Graduation Rates

note: Both the graduation and retention rates are compiled based on u s department of education (usdoe), national center for education statistics (nces), integrated Postsecondary education data systems (iPeds) definitions, Fall 2014 iPeds, graduation rates component and Fall enrollment component data was referenced from the spelman college Fact Book 2008-09, 2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12, 2012-13, and 2013-14 source: iPeds, graduation rates survey, december 2014

IPEDS YEAR Cohort Year Head Count

Graduates Graduation Rate

(150% Completers) (150% Completers)

2010-11 2004 578 422 73% 2011-12 2005 531 409 77% 2012-13 2006 569 414 73% 2013-14 2007 553 374 68% 2014-15 2008 540 400 74%

62%

64%

66%

68%

70%

72%

74%

76%

78%

2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15

IPEDS Graduation Rate Trends

(150% Completers)

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Financial Aid

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Students Awarded Financial Aid

source: u s news & World report, Financial Aid survey, April 2015

Need Based Aid First-Time, Full-Time Students

Full-Time Undergraduates (Incl.

First-Time, First-Year)

Less than Full-Time Undergraduates

a). Number of degree-seeking undergraduate students 550 2,072 63

b). Number of students in line a who applied for need-based financial aid 537 1,889 47

c). Number of students in line b who were determined to have financial need

498 1,730 46

d). Number of students in line c who were awarded any financial aid 487 1,697 44

e). Number of students in line d who were awarded any need-based scholarship grant

437 1,460 37

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Student Awarded Financial Aid by Aid Types

note: Based on 2014-15 aid year source: u s news & World report, Financial Aid survey, April 2015

$ Need-based (Include non-need-based aid used to meet need.)

$ Non-need-based (Exclude non-need-based aid used to meet need.)

Scholarships/Grants Federal $5,207,039 $

- State $1,319,314 $

- Institutional(endowed scholarships, annual gifts and tuition funded grants awarded by the institution; exclude athletic aid and tuition waivers which are reported below)

$13,054,697 $934,949

Scholarships/grants from external sources (e.g., Kiwanis, National Merit) not awarded by the college

$4,569,418 $5,000

Total Scholarships/Grants $24,150,468 $939,949 Self-Help Student loans from all sources (excluding parent loans)

$12,067,801 $3,522,666

Federal Work-Study $160,218 State and other work-study/Employment $

- $ -

Total Self-Help $12,228,019 $3,522,666 Parent Loans $

- $33,248,267

Tuition Waivers $773,088

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Financial Aid Amounts Disbursed by Sources

source: u s news & World report, Financial Aid survey, April 2015

9%

64%

12%

7%6% 2%

2014-15 Financial Aid by Sources

Endowed Scholarship Federal Institutional Outside Private State

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Financial Aid Amounts Disbursed by Years and Source

12outside aid are funds awarded by entities outside of the federal and institutional aid programs 13 Private aid includes scholarships and/or loans awarded by organization or lending institutions

source: u s news & World report, Financial Aid survey, April 2015

1 Outside aid are funds awarded by entities outside of the federal and institutional aid programs.

2 Private aid includes scholarships and/or loans awarded by organization or lending institutions.

Fund Source 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015 Endowed Scholarship $4,089,998 $6,840,725 $7,833,647 $7,944,753 $5,895,005 Federal $35,027,319 $38,651,868 $36,654,075 $39,207,369 $39,463,398 Institutional $4,411,846 $3,330,318 $3,954,541 $4,190,555 $7,293,711 Outside1 $3,935,326 $4,758,435 $4,995,570 $4,700,213 $4,532,851 Private2 $3,033,483 $3,515,875 $3,999,079 $3,666,735 $3,573,433 State $1,407,438 $1,279,754 $1,226,014 $1,327,341 $1,313,221 Total $51,905,410 $58,376,975 $58,662,926 $61,036,966 $62,071,619

12

13

$0$5,000,000

$10,000,000$15,000,000$20,000,000$25,000,000$30,000,000$35,000,000$40,000,000

Financial Aid by Source

2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015

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Financial Aid Awarded to First-Time, First-Year by Type

source: 2014-15 iPeds Financial Aid survey, december 2014 note: Based on 2013-14 aid year

Grant/Scholarship Percentage of Students Receiving Aid Average Amount Federal 49% $4,760 Pell Grant 49% $4,420 Other Federal 12% $1,355 State/Local 25% $3,387 Institutional Aid 45% $12,240 Total 71% $12,177

27%

27%7%

14%

25%

First-Time, Full-Time Grant/Scholarship Recipients

Federal Pell Grant Other Federal State/Local Institutional Aid

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First-Time, First-Year Loans by Type

source: 2014-15 iPeds Financial Aid survey, december 2014 note: Based on 2013-14 aid year

Loan Percentage of Students Receiving Aid Average Amount Federal 67% $6,536 Non-federal 9% $16,139 Total 76% $8,655

67%

9%

First-Time, Full-Time Loan Recipients

Federal Non-Federal

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Students Awarded Pell Grants

source: 2014-15 iPeds Financial Aid survey, december 2014 note: First-time, Full-time (FtFt)

2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14

276 259 240 275

1,070 1,075 1,105 1,017

Trends in Pell Recipients

FTFT All Undergrad

Pell Recipients

IPEDS Year Aid Year First-Time, Full-Time All Undergraduates # % # %

2011-12 1011 276 51% 1,070 49% 2012-13 1112 259 49% 1,075 50% 2013-14 1213 240 46% 1,105 52% 2014-15 1314 275 49% 1,017 48%

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Students Awarded Federal Loans

source: 2014-15 iPeds Financial Aid survey, december 2014 note: First-time, Full-time (FtFt)

Federal Loan Recipients

IPEDS Year Aid Year First-Time, Full-Time All Undergraduates # % # %

2011-12 1011 385 72% 1,566 72% 2012-13 1112 379 72% 1,602 74% 2013-14 1213 356 68% 1,640 76% 2014-15 1415 372 67% 1,527 72%

2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14

385 379 356 372

1,566 1,602 1,640 1,527

Trends in Federal Loan Recipients

FTFT All Undergrad

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Campus Residence Life

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Occupancy Statistics

14occupancy capacity is based on permanent beds available 15residence occupancy is all assigned beds, including temporary housing

Year Occupancy Capacity1 Number Occupied2 Enrollment Percent Occupied 2010-11 1,390 1,401 2,177 64% 2011-12 1,388 1,366 2,170 63% 2012-13 1,386 1,380 2,145 64% 2013-14 1,398 1,443 2,129 68% 2014-15 1,400 1,467 2,135 69%

1 Occupancy capacity is based on permanent beds available.

2 Residence occupancy is all assigned beds, including temporary housing.

2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15

1,401 1,366 1,380 1,4431,467

2,177 2,170 2,145 2,129 2,135

Enrolled and Housed Student Trends

Number Occupied Enrollment

14 15

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Activities offered

Model UN

Music Ensembles

Musical Theatre

Pep Band

Student Government

Student Newspaper

Student-Run Film Society

Symphony Orchestra

Campus Ministries

Choral Groups

Concert Band

Dance

Drama/Theatre

International

Student Organization

Jazz band

Literary Magazine

Marching Band

The mission of the office of Student Life and Engagement is to enhance the col-lege academic experience through co-curricular engagement opportunities, which contribute to students educational mission, leadership potential, personal growth, and global understanding

In addition to the wide range of programs and activities sponsored by the Office of Student Life & Engagement, the staff also works closely with over 70 student organizations. These organizations cover a broad range of interests that include professional, international, religious, academic honorary, sorority life and special interest clubs and organizations.

Popular Campus Events

Other Campus Events

Founders Day Spelman-Morehouse Homecoming Research Day Commencement/ReunionSpelman-Morehouse Christmas Carol ConcertMiss Spelman Pageant

Wellness Revolution 5KMLK Community ServiceSpelman on the Hill Toni Cade Bambara Student Activism Conference

Annual Student Drama/ Dance & Art ProductionsFamily WeekendClass Day Ida B. Wells Lecture SeriesNeo-Soul Concert

Campus Life

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The Wellness Center The mission of the Wellness Center is to promote a collaborative approach to personal and community health through health promotion, educational programming, and service to the Spelman community.

services

Weight Room Orientation

Exercise Prescription

Fitness Assessment

Freshman Fitness Package

Personal Training

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Headquarters in Atl

Home Depot

Newell Rubber Maid

Coca-Cola

Delta Airlines

United Parcel Service (UPS)

SunTrust Banks

CNN

demographics

Caucasian: 8.4 %

African American: 54 %

American Indian: 0.2 %

Asian: 3.1 %

Native Hawaiian: 1.00 %

2+ Races: 2 %

Hispanic/ Latino: 5.2 %

Quick Facts About Atlanta

Arts & EntertainmentPiedmont Park Centennial Park Lenox Mall Coca-Cola Factory Georgia Aquarium ATL Zoo Atlanta Film Festival Taste of Atlanta Caribbean Carnival

The Atlanta film festival is often viewed as a qualifying festival for the Academy Awards

Snowpocalypse ATL experiences all four seasons of weather. Although it does not typically snow during the winter months, in 2014 ATL experienced 2 of snowfall which temporarily shut down the city. Since then, the metro area has taken precaution to ensure another snowpocalypse does not occur.

There are over 55 streets with the name Peachtree in them.

"Atlantaskyline"byAreJay

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Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Hall | Built in 1952 with funds donated by John D. Rockefeller, Jr., the building honors his wife Abby Aldrich, a philanthropist and renowned patron of the Arts. Located on the historic part of campus, Abby provides a greater sense of peace and tradition for its residents. Comprised of single, double, triple, and some quad occupancy rooms, the house like residence hall offers students several amenities. Some added extras include a computer lounge, study lounges, exercise room, kitchens with microwaves, laundry facilities, vending areas, and storage rooms. Cable and Ethernet connections are available in all rooms and lounges.

Opened: 1952Capacity: 126

Opened: 1968Capacity: 181

Howard-Harreld Hall | Howard-Harreld Hall is one of three residential halls included in a planned complex. Opened in 1968, the freshman dormitory is named for Clara Howard of the first Spelman High School graduating class and Claudia Harreld of the first College graduating class. HH is located near the main cam-pus entry near the bookstore, student center, and administrative buildings.

Amenities include a full kitchen for student use, study lounge, storage rooms, vending areas, laundry facilities, and an aerobic facility. The residence hall con-tains single, double, triple, and quad occupancy rooms. Other amenities include high-speed Internet access and cable.

Opened: 1964Capacity: 131

Dorothy Shepard Manley Hall | Manley Hall, completed in 1964, honors Dorothy Shepherd Manley, wife of the fifth president of the College, for her as-sistance in planning the furnishing and decr for the freshman residence hall. The first residence hall seen when entering campus, Manley Hall exhibits the charm of a traditional residence hall. With single, double, triple, and quad occupancy rooms, Manley Hall helps residents establish a sense of community as well as begin life-long friendships. Amenities include a full kitchen with a microwave, a study lounge, and storage room. All rooms are also equipped with cable and Internet access.

Residence Halls

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Stewart Living & Learning Center | The Donald and Isabel Stewart Living-Learning Center is an honors residence hall with a conference room and living quarters for visiting lecturers, scholars, and artists. The Center, which opened in 1983, is named for Spelmans sixth president and his wife. One of the modern residence halls, Stewart Living and Learning Center (LLC1), is nestled in a quiet corner of campus.

LLC1 is the only building which houses freshman and upperclassmen, most of whom are Presidential Scholars or participating in other honors programs. The residence hall has single and double occupancy rooms. Each room is wired for cable and Ethernet connections. Students also enjoy the sky-lit atrium in the lobby alongside an outdoor courtyard. In addition to student housing, there are guest suites, conference and meeting rooms, kitchen areas with microwaves, study lounges, a computer lab, elevator, and storage rooms.

Opened: 1983Capacity: 200

Opened: 1973Capacity: 116

Sally Sage McAlpin Hall | Sally Sage McAlpin Hall is the second structure in the three-building residential complex. The upperclassmen residence hall was completed in 1973 and named for the woman who was then Chairman of the Board of Trustees. McAlpin Hall fosters a diligent work environment comprised of mature upper-class women.

Built with 70 single rooms and 23 double rooms with a privacy wall, McAl-pin ensures individually while promoting a familial atmosphere. Its convenient location places it only a short distance from the parking deck, student center, bookstore, and various administrative buildings. Other amenities include spa-cious rooms, kitchenettes with stoves and microwaves, study/TV lounges, laundry facilities, a vending area, and an elevator. McAlpin is fully equipped with cable, Ethernet, and telephone connections in all rooms and lounges.

Residence Halls

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Morehouse-James Hall | Morehouse-James Hall is a double dormitory. Originally named Morehouse North and South, it was remodeled and rededi-cated in 1974 as Morehouse-James Hall in memory of Henry L. Morehouse, first president of Spelmans Board of Trustees and Willis Laurence James, professor of music, director of the renowned Spelman College Glee Club, distinguished musicologist and composer. This building was part of the first significant campus expansion.

Morehouse-James complements the historic aspects of Spelmans campus with its antebellum porch accented with columns and rocking chairs. Spacious single and double occupancy rooms allow students ample storage and living space. The third floor rooms are especially unique because of their loft style design. Other amenities include Ethernet and cable connections in each room, and lounge, laundry facilities, study lounge, vending area, and a multipurpose com-muter student/computer lounge. With its close proximity to Giles Hall, Liberal Arts majors for convenience often inhabit Morehouse-James.

Opened: 1901Capacity: 84

Opened: 1918 Renovated: 2011

Capacity: 39

Laura Spelman Residence Hall | Laura Spelman Rockefeller Memorial Hall, completed in 1918, was originally built to house the Home Economics De-partment. John D. Rockefeller donated the money for the building and equipment as a memorial to his wife Laura. Currently, the building is used for student hous-ing on the second and third floors. Laura Spelman is one of the oldest and most enchanting buildings on campus. Upon entering the building, students are greeted with an antique oak banister, which leads to a grand window on the second floor overlooking the campus Oval. The residence hall also features cable and Ethernet in each room, study lounges, full kitchen, and laundry facilities. Adjacent to the Science Building, Laura Spelman is ideal for science majors.

Residence Halls

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Bessie Strong Hall Sisters Center for WISDOM (Women in

Spiritual Discernment of Ministry) | You may recognize Bessie Strong Hall from the television series, A Different World. The upper-class dormitory was used as a background for the television program. Bessie Strong Hall was built in 1917 and named for John D. Rockefellers oldest daughter. After undergoing a complete renovation in 2004, Bessie Strong Residence Hall was reopened as a theme house, Sisters Center for WISDOM (Women in Spiritual Discernment of Ministry).

The WISDOM Center serves to provide a holistic educational experience that nourishes the spiritual and ethical development of a new generation of Spel-man women who are prepared to be faithfully committed, morally grounded and civilly conscious leaders, serving the church, the community and the world. The residence hall has been modernized to include key card entry, various meditation and meeting rooms, laundry facilities, study/TV lounges, a kitchen, exercise room, and cable/Ethernet connections.

Opened: 1917 Renovated: 2004

Opened: 1989Capacity: 200

Living-Learning Center II | The Living-Learning Center II opened in September 1989. In addition to the student rooms, there are administrative offices, including the Continuing Education Program and Community Life. The Center also provides conference facilities and an auditorium for on- and off-campus organizations. Living Learning Center II is Spelmans most contemporary residence hall.

With 121 rooms (30 singles), heating and air conditioning, and wall-to-wall carpet, students enjoy the serene ambiance it exudes. Upperclassman residents enjoy access to spacious game rooms, study and television lounges, multi-functional gathering rooms, laundry facilities, vending area, cable/Ethernet connections in each room, storage rooms, and an elevator.

Residence Halls

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Opened: 2008Capacity: 303

The Beverly Daniel Tatum Suites | Students enjoy apartment-style living in the new residence hall. The suites vary in size from 2 bedrooms 1 bathroom, 3 bedrooms 2 bathrooms, or 4 bedrooms 2 bathrooms. There are no 1 bedroom suites available. Each suite comes equipped with a kitchenette (Microwave, full size refrigerator, and sink. NO STOVE), living room and central air, and each will be fully furnished.

Opened: 1901Renovated: 2000

Capacity: 8

MacVicar Residence Hall | Over the years, MacVicar Hall has served as a practice school for nurses in training. Today, a portion of the building serves as a residence hall for women in the following programs: Student Health Associates and Peer Educators (SHAPE) and Counseling and Mental Health Educational Opportunities (CAMEO).

The health services department comprises the bottom floor of MacVicar Hall. With eight single residence hall rooms, MacVicar students enjoy camaraderie and peer support, with all being health related field majors. Although renovated in 2000, MacVicar still possesses an historic appeal with original hardwood floors and much of the original architectural design. Amenities include key card entry, cable/Ethernet connections, study/meeting rooms, and a vending area.

Residence Halls

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Faculty

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Faculty Longitudinal Statistical Trends

source: Fall 2014 integrated Postsecondary education data system (iPeds), Human resources survey, April 2015

Faculty 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15

# % # % # % # % # % Full-Time 183 58% 173 69% 174 69% 176 70% 180 74% Part-Time 72 42% 77 31% 77 31% 74 30% 64 26%

Total 255 250 251 250 244 Academic Rank

(FT)

Professor 28 15% 30 17% 31 18% 30 17% 28 16% Associate Professor 64 35% 60 35% 57 33% 55 31% 56 31% Assistant Professor 30 16% 33 19% 36 21% 46 26% 47 26% Instructor 25 14% 22 13% 21 12% 22 13% 26 14% Lecturer 36 20% 28 16% 29 16% 23 13% 23 13% No Rank 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0%

Gender (FT) Male 61 33% 55 32% 52 30% 54 31% 54 30% Female 122 67% 118 68% 122 70% 122 69% 126 70%

Highest Degrees (FT)

Doctorate (or Equivalent) 155 85% 151 87% 151 87% 154 87% 156 86%

Masters 27 15% 21 12% 22 12% 21 12% 21 12% Bachelor's 1 0.50% 1 1% 1 1% 1 1% 3 2% Tenure Status (FT) Tenured 91 50% 90 52% 88 50% 85 48% 84 47% Tenure-Track 31 17% 33 19% 36 21% 46 26% 47 26% Non-Tenure-Track 61 33% 50 29% 50 29% 45 26% 49 27%

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Faculty Status

source: Fall 2014 iPeds, Human resources survey, April 2015

47%

26%

27%

Fall 2014 Faculty by Tenure Status

Tenured Tenure-Track Non-Tenure-Track

74%

26%

Fall 2014 Faculty by Employment Status

Full-Time Part-Time

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Faculty by Rank, Gender, and Salary Average

source: Fall 2014 iPeds, Human resources survey, April 2015, Faculty Hr

Full-Time

Professors Associate Professors Assistant Professors Instructors Lecturers Total

Male 12 18 14 6 4 54 Female 16 38 33 20 19 126 Total 28 56 47 26 23 180

Academic Rank 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 Professors $90,265 $96,456 $97,382 $95,835 $91,657 Associate Professors $67,641 $70,604 $70,955 $71,158 $69,647 Assistant Professors $56,983 $58,837 $59,859 $60,411 $62,489 Instructors $48,531 $48,923 $55,300 $57,647 $53,750 Lecturers $51,228 $50,979 $51,510 $46,332 $57,983

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$20,000

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$50,000

$60,000

$70,000

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Average Faculty Salaries by Rank

Professors

Associate Professors

Assistant Professors

Instructors

Lecturers

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Student Faculty Ratio

16 calculation of Fte students using fall student headcounts: Full-time headcount + Part-time headcount* 0 392857 http://nces ed gov/ipeds/glossary/index asp?id=854

17 calculation of Fte faculty using fall faculty headcounts + Part-time headcount* 0 33 http://nces ed gov/ipeds/glossary/index asp?id=854 source: Fall 2014 iPeds, Human resources survey, April 2015

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Five-Year Student to Faculty Ratio Trends

Student FTE Faculty FTE

Year Student FTE1 Faculty FTE2 Student/Faculty Ratio 2010-11 2118 207 10:01 2011-12 2117 198 11:01 2012-13 2102 198 11:01 2013-14 2088 201 10:01 2014-15 2097 201 10:01

1 Calculation of FTE students using fall student headcounts: Full-Time headcount + Part-Time headcount* 0.392857 http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/glossary/index.asp?id=854

2 Calculation of FTE faculty using fall faculty headcounts + Part-Time headcount* 0.33 http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/glossary/index.asp?id=854

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Full-Time Faculty by Rank

source: FY2014-15 Faculty roster, office of Faculty Human resources, spelman college, June 2015

Departments & Programs

Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor Instructor Lecturer Totals Total M F M F M F M F M F M F

African Diaspora 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 2 2 4 Art 1 0 0 2 2 0 0 1 0 1 3 4 7 Biology 1 0 2 1 3 4 0 0 0 3 6 8 14 Chemistry 2 0 2 3 1 1 0 0 0 3 5 7 12 Computer Information Sciences 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 1 1 0 1 5 6

Comprehensive Writing Center 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 2

Cosby Chair 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 Drama & Dance 0 0 2 1 1 2 1 0 0 1 4 4 8 Economics 1 0 1 3 1 1 1 0 0 0 4 4 8 Education & Learning Resource 0 1 0 0 1 3 0 1 0 0 1 5 6

English & Honors 1 4 0 4 0 3 0 0 0 5 1 16 17 Environmental Science 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 Global Finance 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 History 0 1 0 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 5 6 Mathematics 2 0 2 3 0 1 1 4 0 0 5 8 13 Music 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 3 0 0 3 4 7 Philosophy & Religion 0 1 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 5

Physical Education 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 0 0 1 4 5 Physics 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 4 2 6 Political Science 0 1 1 3 1 2 0 0 0 1 2 7 9 Psychology & Eminent Scholar 0 2 0 5 0 3 0 1 0 3 0 14 14

Sociology & Anthropology 2 2 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 3 4 7 Women's Research & Resource Center 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 5 5

World Languages & Literature 0 0 5 2 0 3 1 2 1 1 7 8 15

Total 12 16 18 38 14 33 6 20 4 19 53 126 180

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Full-Time Faculty by Highest Degree

source: FY2014-15 Faculty roster, office of Faculty Human resources, spelman college, June 2015

Departments & Programs

Doctorate and Terminal Masters Bachelors Highest Degree Total

M F M F M F M F

African Diaspora 2 2 0 0 0 0 2 2 4 Art 3 2 0 1 0 0 2 1 6 Biology 6 8 0 0 0 0 6 8 14 Chemistry 5 7 0 0 0 0 5 7 12 Computer Science 1 4 0 1 0 0 1 4 6 Cosby Chair 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 Comprehensive Writing Center 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 Drama & Dance 3 4 1 0 0 0 1 1 8 Economics 3 4 1 0 0 0 3 4 8 Education & Learning Resource 1 4 0 1 0 0 1 3 6 English & Honors 1 16 0 0 0 0 1 16 17

Environmental Science 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 3

Global Finance 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 History 1 5 0 0 0 0 1 5 6 Mathematics 4 4 1 4 0 0 4 4 13 Music 2 1 1 3 0 0 2 1 7 Philosophy & Religion 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 5 5 Physical Education 0 0 1 3 0 1 0 0 5 Physics 4 1 0 1 0 0 4 1 6 Political Science 2 7 0 0 0 0 2 7 9 Psychology & Eminent Scholar 0 13 0 1 0 0 0 13 14 Sociology & Anthropology 3 4 0 0 0 0 3 4 7 Women's Research & Resource Center 0 5 0 0 0 0 5 0 5

World Languages & Literature 6 6 1 2 0 0 6 6 15 Total 48 106 6 18 0 2 50 96 180

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Finance

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Operating Budget

source: FY2014-15 Financial statements, office of Business and Financial Affairs, spelman college, April 2015

Item 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 Revenues: Tuition and Fees, net $43,579,740 $45,989,533 $48,087,250 $49,394,652 $50,377,354 Federal Grants 5,787,657 6,572,004 6,627,989 5,783,652 5,329,994 Private Gifts and Grants 5,100,148 5,262,978 7,608,905 9,010,999 9,669,946 Endowment 17,991,249 18,108,962 17,710,221 17,912,291 18,044,991 Other Sources 1,542,135 1,539,405 1,469,784 1,519,028 1,531,449 Auxiliary Enterprises 17,133,050 17,530,590 18,422,670 19,706,132 19,675,147

Total Revenues 91,133,979 95,003,472 99,926,819 103,326,754 104,628,881 Expenditures: Educational and general: Instruction 18,539,159 18,943,811 19,672,404 19,661,255 20,238,195 Research 3,738,628 4,127,768 4,338,939 3,687,115 3,214,001 Faculty Development 1,366,925 1,134,493 1,112,957 987,901 1,158,953 Academic Support 7,644,759 8,459,245 8,493,677 8,512,656 9,979,049

Total Instruction and Related 31,289,471 32,665,317 33,617,977 32,848,927 34,590,198 Student Services 6,745,355 7,947,903 8,278,494 8,131,350 8,211,244 Institutional Support 16,249,698 17,240,741 17,280,028 18,693,867 18,391,787 Operation and Maintenance of Plant 6,897,708 7,000,396 7,258,315 7,297,827 6,940,484

Scholarships 10,039,803 10,268,977 13,583,682 15,748,885 16,293,363 Mandatory Transfers 4,114,779 4,039,574 3,909,737 4,324,995 5,415,883

Total Education and General Expenditures 75,336,814 79,162,908 83,928,233 87,045,851 55,252,761

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Operating Budget

source: FY2014-15 Financial statements, office of Business and Financial Affairs, spelman college, April 2015

Item 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 Auxiliary Enterprises: Operations 10,843,483 11,200,015 11,097,490 11,978,406 11,608,585 Mandatory Transfers 4,822,790 4,510,688 4,770,535 4,172,034 3,046,845 Non-Mandatory Transfers 128,750 128,750 128,750 128,750 128,750 Total Auxiliary Enterprises

Expenditures 15,795,023 15,839,453 15,996,775 16,279,190 14,784,180

Total Expenditures 91,131,837 95,002,361 99,925,008 103,325,041 104,627,139 Surplus $2,142 $1,111 $1,811 $1,713 $1,742

Debt Service 8,937,569 8,550,262 8,602,727 $8,497,029 $8,462,728

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Operating Budget

59%

9%3%

29%

Total Instruction Expenditures

Instruction Research Faculty Development Academic Support

48%

5%9%

17%

2%

19%

Total Revenues

Tuition and Fees, net Federal Grants Private Gifts and Grants

Endowment Other Sources Auxiliary Enterprises

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Alumnae Participation

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Alumnae Participation

41.28%

33.73% 34.15%

40.73%

38.10%

2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15

Alumnae Participation 2010-2015

Participation Rate

$14,869,978

$14,405,023

$15,522,389 $17,694,169

$19,518,668

2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15

Total Giving 2010-2015

Cash/Gifts in-kind

Year Number Solicited Number Giving Participation Rate Cash/Gifts in-kind 2010-11 15,834 6,529 41.28% $14,869,978 2011-12 16,404 5,524 33.73% $14,405,023 2012-13 16,770 5,728 34.15% $15,522,389 2013-14 17,332 7,060 40.73% $17,694,169 2014-15 17,887 6,815 38.10% $19,518,668

note: total giving represents all giving to spelman in the corresponding years source: office of institutional Advancement, spelman college, April 2015

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Alumnae by States

State Count Alabama 297 Alaska 2 Arkansas 56 Arizona 55 California 1,049 Colorado 83 Connecticut 101 District of Columbia 414 Delaware 51 Florida 623 Georgia 6,695 Hawaii 6 Iowa 15 Illinois 601 Indiana 111 Kansas 30 Kentucky 62 Louisiana 170 Massachusetts 195 Maryland 1,133 Maine 4 Michigan 373 Minnesota 48 Montana 164 Mississippi 107 North Carolina 564 Nebraska 9 New Hampshire 5 New Jersey 461 New Mexico 15 Nevada 39 New York 980 Ohio 372 Oklahoma 30 Oregon 21 Pennsylvania 376 Rhode Island 11 South Carolina 273

State Count Tennessee 314 Texas 850 Utah 3 Virginia 516 Virgin Island 12 Vermont 2 Washington 88 Wisconsin 51 West Virginia 7 U.S. Armed Forces-Pacific 5 U.S. Armed Forces-Europe 7 Not reported 1,079 Total U.S. Alumnae 18,535

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Alumnae by States

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Alumnae by Nations

source: office of institutional Advancement, spelman college, April 2015

Country Count Anguilla 2 Austria 1 Bahamas 2 Bermuda 5 Canada 7 England 7 France 2 Ghana 2 Guam 1 Hong Kong 1 Jamaica 2 Japan 1 Kenya 2 Korea, Republic of 1 Nepal 1 Nigeria 1 Puerto Rico 1 Senegal 1 Singapore 1 South Africa 2 Switzerland 1 Taiwan, Province of China 1 Trinidad and Tobago 4 United Kingdom/Great Britain 5 West Africa 1 West Indies 1 Total International Alumnae 56 Total 18,591

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Alumnae by Nations

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