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The Ohio State University - Statistical Summary
Accreditation  Buildings
 Enrollment  Acreage
 Enrollment, Minority  Endowment
 Tuition and Fees  Fund Raising
 Budget  Research Expenditures
 Historical Information  Administration
 Academic Structure  Enrollments, Large U.S. campuses
 Employees  Abbreviations
 Payroll, Annual Statistical Summary in PDF form

Accreditation

The Ohio State University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA).
NCA/HLC
30 North LaSalle Street, Suite 2400
Chicago, Illinois 60602-2504
(800) 621-7440
www.ncahlc.org
Higher Learning Commission 
Mark of Affiliation

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Enrollment (Autumn 2014)
 
Columbus Campus
Total University
Total
58,322
64,868
Men
29,664
32,778
Women
28,658
32,090
Undergraduates
44,741
51,215
Graduate students
10,389
10,461
Professional students
3,192
3,192
Ohioans
42,124
48,631
Non-Ohioans
16,167
16,237
Foreign students
6,176
6,178
Students with Disabilities*
1,678
Veteran Students
 
1,868
*Self identified students whose disability has been documented based on OSU standards

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Enrollment, Minority (Autumn 2014)
 
Columbus Campus
Total University
Total Enrollment
58,322
% of Total
64,868
% of Total
Total minorities
10,113
17.34%
11,216
17.29%

African American

3,108
5.33%
3,630
5.60%

Asian American

3,339
5.73%
3,527
5.44%

Hispanic

2,049
3.51%
2,235
3.45%
Two or More Races
1,506
2.58%
1,693
2.61%
American Indian/Alaskan Native
76
0.13%
93
0.14%
Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander
35
0.06%
38
0.06%

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Tuition and Fees,
2014-2015 academic year
Semester
Annual
Ohio undergraduate*
(Columbus)
$4,807.50
$9,615.00
Ohio undergraduate*
(Regional)
$3,570.00
$7,140.00
Nonresident undergraduate*
(Columbus)
$13,057.50
$26,115.00
Ohio graduate*
(Columbus)
$6,001.50
$12,003.00
Nonresident graduate*
(Columbus)
$15,273.50
$30,547.00
Typical annual cost, all fees**
$22,411.00

* Excludes COTA and Mandatory Recreation fees, Student Union Facility fees, and program and technology fees.
**Typical undergraduate resident fees for Columbus Campus students.


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Budget, FY 2014 (as approved by Trustees)

Total revenues $5.4 billion

Tuition and Fees

$845 million
State Support $484 million
Auxiliary $251 million
Health System $2.6 billion
Other $1.3 billion
   
Total expenditures $5.0 billion
Salaries $1.4 billion
Benefits $415 million
Financial Aid $146 million
Health System $2.1 billion
Other $1.0 billion
 
Financial Information (Fiscal Year: July 1-June 30)
(Figures are rounded and may not sum to total)

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Historical Information
Established by Legislature 1870
First classes taught 1873
Received present name 1878
First graduating class 1878
Degrees granted (through Aug. 2014) 698,482

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Academic Structure
(Autumn 2014)
Undergraduate majors
200
Master's degree programs
148
Doctoral degree programs
114
Professional degree programs
7
Courses (estimated)
12,000

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Employees (Autumn 2014)
 
FTE
Headcount
Total
33,175.63
44,434
Regular Tenure Track Faculty
2,831.83
2,844
Regular Clinical Faculty
1,109.46
1,137
Regular Research Faculty
99.90
104
Associated Faculty
2,056.83
2,722
Administrative and Professional Staff
17,129.03
18,182
Civil Service Staff
4,811.58
4,954
Student Employees
5,137.01
14,491

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Payroll, Annual, 2013-2014
For all employees $2.305 billion

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Buildings (October 2014)
Total
1,217
Columbus campus (Franklin County)
571
Lima, Mansfield, Marion, and Newark campuses
76
OARDC & ATI
444
Satellite - Columbus Campus (Non-Franklin County)
126

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Acreage (October 2014)
Total
16,477
Columbus campus
1,904
Lima, Mansfield, Marion, Newark campuses
1,482
OARDC (all locations) & ATI*
8,632
Molly Caren Agricultural Center
2,092
Don Scott Airport
1,396
Golf courses
486
Miscellaneous - Satellite
487

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Endowment
(Total University and Foundation - Long-Term Investment Pool)
Market value, June 30, 2014 $3.548 billion

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Fund Raising, 2013-2014
Donors 233,185
Total receipts $404.1 million

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Research Expenditures, 2013-2014
Total
$982.5 million
Sponsored Programs
$495.2 million
Research Institute at Nationwide Children's Hospital
$69.0 million
Transportation Research Center
$32.0 million
Other Research Programs (including OARDC)
$102.8 million
Institution (cost sharing and support)
$283.4 million
(Figures are rounded and may not sum to total)

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Administration
Michael V. Drake President
Joseph E. Steinmetz Executive Vice President and Provost
Trustees Term Ending
Jeffrey Wadsworth, Chair 2019
Ronald A. Ratner, Vice Chair 2015
Alex Shumate, Vice Chair 2020
Algenon L. Marbley 2016
Linda S. Kass 2017
Janet B. Reid 2018
W.G. Jurgensen 2018
Clark C. Kellogg 2019
Timothy P. Smucker 2020
Cheryl L. Krueger

2021

Michael J. Gasser 2021
Brent R. Porteus 2022
Erin P. Hoeflinger 2022
Alex R. Fischer 2023
Abigail S. Wexner 2023
G. Gilbert Cloyd, Charter Trustee 2015
Corbett A. Price, Charter Trustee 2017
Alan VanderMolen, Charter Trustee 2017
Stacie E. Seger, student 2015
Steven M. Loborec, student 2016

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Enrollments, Largest U.S. Universities
(Autumn 2014)

University of Central Florida, Orlando 60,810
The Ohio State University, Columbus Campus 58,322
Texas A&M University 56,507
University of Texas, Austin 51,313
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities 51,147
Michigan State University 50,085
University of Florida 49,555
Arizona State University,Tuscon 42,236

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Abbreviations:

ATI = Agricultural Technical Institute; FTE = Full-time Equivalent; OARDC = Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center


Compiled by the Office of Institutional Research and Planning.
Previous Statistical Summaries:2013, (2013 PDF), 2012, (2012 PDF) 2011, (2011 PDF), 2010, (2010 PDF), 2009 (2009 PDF), 2008, 2007, 2006
For more information, please see IR at OSU.

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