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Research Highlights
• UK researchers brought in a record
$238.3 million in outside funding
for grants and contracts in FY 04,
an 86 percent increase since 1997.
• Research grants and contracts from
out-of-state sources accounted for
8,172 jobs in the Commonwealth—
6,241 jobs at UK and additional jobs
throughout the state due to spending
from supported research activities.
• UK has 280 active patents, primarily
in pharmaceuticals, plant biotechnology, and biomedical engineering; 28
patents were issued in FY 04.
• UK is ranked 36th among public research universities in R&D expenditures according to the National
Science Foundation.
An Equal Opportunity University
Published by the UK Office of
Institutional Research

* Table of Contents
Letter from President Lee T. Todd, Jr.
UK Vision and Mission

2-3
4

Enrollment

5-8

First-year Student Profile

9

Research and Development

25

University Endowment

26

Endowed Chairs and Professorships

27

New Facilities

28

Retention and Graduation Rates

10-11

Land and Space

29

Degrees Conferred

12-13

General Equipment Inventories

30

Library Collections

31

Annual Tuition and Fees

14

Faculty and Staff

15-17

Benchmark Institutions

32

Alumni and Student Origin Maps

18-19

Administrative Organization

33

Board of Trustees

34

Administrative History

35

UK Values

36

Faculty Salaries

20

Budgeted Revenue and Expenditures

21-22

Private Giving

23

Grant and Contract Awards

24
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* January 2005
In compliance with KRS 164.250, I am pleased to provide you with the 2004-2005 Fact Booklet, a compendium of
current facts about the people and programs at the University of Kentucky. Many items of interest to our stakeholders and the general public can be found in this booklet, including statistics on enrollments, retention, research
expenditures, and faculty salaries. A summary of the 2004-2005 Operating Budget is also presented.
The University of Kentucky has made excellent progress on key indicators set forth in our 2003-2006 Strategic
Plan—The Dream & the Challenge. We have increased the number of top-ranked academic programs from 10 to
13 during the past year. Clinical income has increased from $412 million in 2003 to $447 million in 2004. The
University has partnered with SAP to replace its antiquated information system with a modern suite of integrated
applications that provides real-time data to enhance decision making and meet the institution’s many information
demands.
Attracting and graduating outstanding students remains a significant priority. In fall 2004, we enrolled nearly
4,000 first-year students, the largest entering class in our history. This new class set a university record for the
number of high school valedictorians. Our seniors have also achieved success by exceeding predicted levels on all
five benchmarks of quality undergraduate education on the National Survey of Student Engagement.
Since the 1997 enactment of the Postsecondary Education Improvement Act, commonly referred to as “House Bill
1,” we have made a concerted effort to expand our research efforts. Total research and development expenditures
in science and engineering fields increased from $161 million in 1998 to $272 million in 2003, a 69 percent increase.
The University is now ranked 36th among public institutions in total R & D expenditures, up from 46th in 1997.

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* We are deeply concerned about our ability to provide competitive salaries for our faculty. Toward this end, we
have initiated 10 new efforts to recruit and retain faculty and staff. In 2003-04, the average salary paid to faculty
increased to 89% of our benchmark median. Progress has been made in rewarding faculty for their important
contributions, but much more needs to be done to attract, develop and retain a distinguished faculty.
Several new construction projects are in place to create the space needed for our teaching, research and service
programs. The Biomedical/Biological Sciences Research Building is slated to open early in 2005. Four residence
halls designed to provide housing for nearly 700 students are scheduled to open their doors in fall 2005. The Main
Building has been successfully reconstructed following the destructive fire in 2001 and is now operational.
National recognition for the University of Kentucky is not an end in itself. The University community must apply
its considerable research-based intellectual resources to address the primary needs of Kentucky. We remain
committed to finding workable solutions to the Commonwealth’s problems in the areas of health, the economy,
arts and culture, community vitality, and the environment.
Sincerely,

Lee T. Todd, Jr.
President

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* VISION
The University of Kentucky will be one of the nation’s 20 best public research universities, an institution
recognized world-wide for excellence in teaching, research, and service and a catalyst for intellectual, social,
cultural, and economic development.

MISSION
The University of Kentucky is a public, research-extensive, land grant university dedicated to enriching people’s
lives through excellence in teaching, research, and service.
The University of Kentucky:
•

Facilitates learning, informed by scholarship and research.

•

Expands knowledge through research, scholarship and creative activity.

•

Serves a global community by disseminating, sharing and applying knowledge.

The University, as the flagship institution, plays a critical leadership role for the Commonwealth by promoting
human and economic development that improves lives within Kentucky’s borders and beyond. The University models a diverse community characterized by fairness and social justice.
-- Adopted by the Board of Trustees, April 1, 2003

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* ENROLLMENT - Headcount and Full-time Equivalent
Fall 2004 Headcount

30,000

Level
Full-time Part-time Total
Undergraduate 16,595
1,897 18,492
Graduate
3,098
2,727
5,825
Postdoctoral
295
0
295
First Professional 1,408
19
1,427
House Staff
506
0
506
Total
21,902
4,643
26,545

25,000
24,378

20,000

24,061

24,171 24,394

20,223

20,307

24,791
23,742

20,128

21,808
20,290
FTE

20,729

26,260

26,545

22,230

22,604

23,852
20,399

25,741

20,840

15,000

10,000

5,000

0
1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

Fall Semester

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* ENROLLMENT - Fall 2004 at a Glance
Men
Women
Total

12,579
13,966
26,545

% of
Total
47.4
52.6
100.0

Full-time
Part-time
Total

21,902
4,643
26,545

82.5
17.5
100.0

Resident
Non-resident
Total

20,992
5,553
26,545

79.1
20.9
100.0

Freshmen
Sophomores
Juniors
Seniors
UG Non-degree
Subtotal Undergraduate
Master/Specialist
Doctoral
Graduate Non-degree
Subtotal Graduate
First Professional
House Staff/Post Doctoral
Total

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5,135
3,822
3,836
5,309
390
18,492
3,072
2,172
581
5,825
1,427
801
26,545

% of
Total
19.3
14.4
14.5
20.0
1.5
69.7
11.6
8.2
2.2
21.9
5.4
3.0
100.0

* ENROLLMENT - Fall 2004 by Race/Ethnicity
First Post House
Undergrad. Grad. Prof. Doc. Staff Total
Black,
Non-Hispanic
Amer. Indian/
Alaskan Native
Asian/Pacific
Islander
Hispanic
International
Not Reported
White
Total

1,042

291

61

0

13

1,407

27

9

2

0

0

Black, NonHispanic
5.3%

American
Indian
0.1%

38

323
182
183
415
16,320
18,492

100
48 12
60
11
1
1,059
12 164
428
101
80
3,878 1,192
38
5,825 1,427 295

36
519
6
260
25 1,443
191 1,215
235 21,663
506 26,545

International
5.4%
Not Reported
4.6%
White
81.6%

Total = 26,545

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Asian/Pacific
Islander
Hispanic
2.0%
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* APPLIED, ADMITTED and ENROLLED
12,000

First-year Students
Fall 2004
Applied
Admitted
Enrolled

10,608

10,000
7,899 7,995

8,318

8,449

8,879

9,418

8,000

10,608
8,141
3,961

6,000
6,182

6,644

6,914

2,682

2,928

3,037

1999

2000

2001

7,250

7,603

8,141

3,688

3,961

5,980

4,000
3,718

2,000

2,849

Applied
Admitted
Enrolled

0
1998

2002

Fall Semester
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2003

2004

* FIRST-YEAR STUDENT PROFILE
In fall 2004 , the University enrolled
3,961 first-time freshmen, with 35%
of the freshman class presenting a
high school GPA of 3.8 or higher,
and including:

350

National Merit Scholars

200
150

121

125

126

100

112

50

3.50

127

125

119
98

77

118

125

3.53

3.49

103
74

73
56

3.46

106
65

132

59

96

97

98

99

00

01

02

03

49

0

High School GPA

04

Fall Semester

9

145

51

45

157

35

1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

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86

3.43

95

272

Valedictorians

250

303 Governor’s Scholars and
Governor’s School
for the Arts
157 High School Valedictorians
35 National Merit Scholars

303

318

Governor's Scholars / School for the Arts

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* RETENTION RATE
First-to-second Year Overall Retention Rate

First-to-second Year
Retention Rate*

81
80.4
80

Cohort Overall
2003
78.4
2002
77.1
2001
79.3
2000
77.7
1999
80.4
1998
78.8
1997
79.7
1996
77.9
1995
78.5
1994
77.8

Black,
White Non-Hispanic Other
78.5
72.8
83.1
77.3
78.0
71.5
79.3
77.5
81.1
77.7
77.7
79.7
80.7
77.2
78.0
79.0
80.3
71.5
80.1
79.7
70.9
78.3
73.8
77.0
79.1
72.8
76.5
78.0
71.9
82.4

*Retention rates apply to first-time, full-time, degreeseeking students; the fall 2003 cohort numbers are
preliminary.

79.7
79.3

79

78.5

78

77.8

77.9

10

77.7
77.1

77
76
75

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003
Fall Cohort

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* GRADUATION RATE
Six-year Overall Graduation Rate

Six-year Graduation Rate*
Black,
Cohort Overall White Non-Hispanic Other
1998
59.5
60.1
50.5
61.4
1997
61.1
62.2
49.0
59.4
1996
57.7
59.1
43.2
53.9
1995
57.2
58.2
38.5
63.2
1994
55.3
57.1
35.4
48.2
1993
53.0
54.8
32.5
52.3
1992
50.7
52.0
36.1
46.6
*Graduation rates apply to first-time, full-time, degreeseeking students; the fall 1998 cohort numbers are
preliminary.

62
60

61.1

58

59.5
57.2

56
54

48

1995

1996

55.3

52
50

57.7

53.0
50.7

46
1992

1993

1994

Fall Cohort

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1997

1998

* DEGREES CONFERRED
4,000

2003-2004
A
BBaccalaureate
3,373
GGraduate
1,502
PFirst Professional 372

3,500

3488
3187

3373

3338

3239

3,000
2,500
2,000
1,500

1316

1502
1274

1140

1269

1,000
500

369

375

343

363

372

0
99-00

00-01

01-02
02-03
Academic Year

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03-04

* DEGREES CONFERRED - By College
2003-2004
College
Agriculture
Arts & Sciences
Business & Economics
Comm. & Info. Studies
Dentistry
Design
Education
Engineering
Fine Arts

First
Bacc. Mast.* Doc. Prof.
418
69
33
795
134
95
755
146
8
335
102
7
5
49
85
10
297
242
30
323 126
20
147
22
7
-

College
Grad. School
Health Sciences
Law
Medicine
Nursing
Pharmacy
Social Work
Total

Bacc. Mast.* Doc.
90
6
72 141
35
11
77
39
8
2
6
69
106
2
3,373 1,269 233

* Includes Specialist degrees

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First
Prof.
127
86
110
372

* ANNUAL TUITION and FEES
Resident Tuition and Fees Combined

2004-2005

$6,000

Resident
Tuition
F
Graduate
$ 5,090
S
Undergraduate
B Lower Division
4,602
- Upper Division
4,752

Fees
$ 563

Non-resident
Tuition
Graduate
$ 12,530
Undergraduate
- Lower Division 11,382
- Upper Division 11,532

Fees
$ 563

$5,653

$5,500
$5,000

$5,165

$4,500

563
563

563
563

* Note: Beginning in 2004-05, undergraduates in
upper and lower divisions are charged different
rates of tuition. The tuition rate in the graph
reflects the rate for lower division students.

$4,000

$3,596

$3,500
$3,296

$3,000 $2,478
$2,500
$2,000 $2,278
$1,500
$1,000
$500
$0
93-94

95-96

97-98

99-00

01-02

Academic Year

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03-04

04-05*

* FACULTY and STAFF
2003-2004
Full-time Employees
Exec./Admin./Managerial
Faculty
Other Professional
Secretarial/Clerical
Tech./Paraprofessional
Skilled Crafts
Service/Maintenance
Total

Educational Hospital
& General & Auxiliary Total
313
89
402
1,890
0
1,890
2,327
1,690
4,017
1,305
739
2,044
782
296
1,078
186
25
211
807
439
1,246
7,610
3,278
10,888

% Total
3.7%
17.4%
36.9%
18.8%
9.9%
1.9%
11.4%
100%

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* FACULTY and STAFF - By Race/Ethnicity/Gender
2003-2004

Full-time Employees
Exec./Admin./Managerial
Faculty
Other Professional
Secretarial/Clerical
Tech./Paraprofessional
Skilled Crafts
Service/Maintenance
Total

American
Indian/
Black,
Alaskan
Non-Hispanic Native
13
0
62
1
152
7
275
1
101
0
32
0
442
0
1,077
9

Asian/
Pacific
Islander Hispanic White
4
2
383
172
22
1,633
156
16
3,686
17
5
1,746
48
7
922
3
0
176
15
6
783
415
58
9,329

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Female
174
604
2,666
1,846
636
4
527
6,457

Male
228
1,286
1,351
198
442
207
719
4,431

* FACULTY -

By Race/Ethnicity/Gender

Tenured and Tenure-track Faculty
2003-2004
Black,
American Indian/
Asian/
Non-Hispanic Alaskan Native Pac. Islander
M
F
M
F
M
F
7
7
0
0
44
6
19
9
1
0
33
7
4
12
0
0
34
14
0
0
0
0
0
1
30
28
1
0
111
28

Full-time Faculty
Professors
Associate Professors
Assistant Professors
Instructors
Total

Hispanic
M
F
2
1
3
2
6
4
1
0
12
7

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White
M
F
501
83
317
195
176
112
2
3
996
393

* KENTUCKY ALUMNI

Boone Campbell
1,733
1,532
Kenton
2,876
Bracken
Gallatin
Pendleton 328 Mason
74
Greenup
Grant 162
Lewis
Carroll
1,110
1,295
Robertson
226
Trimble 150 Owen 286
80
Boyd
115
Harrison
Carter
Fleming
Henry 136
2,973
691 Nicholas
Oldham
541
475
333
Scott
227
1,562
Rowan
Franklin 1,879 Bourbon
Bath
Elliott
351
2,444
148
988
Jefferson Shelby
38 Lawrence
Woodford
1,052
Montgomery
374
24,052
Fayette
2,072
521
Morgan
Spencer
34,824 Clark
Menifee
Johnson
Bullitt
120
260 Anderson
Meade
Jessamine 1,434 Powell 35
948 Martin
956
736
273
156
434
2,537
Hancock
Washington Mercer
Magoffin
Wolfe
Madison
216 Breckinridge
318
112
798
1,734 Estill
Floyd
Nelson 300
Hardin
Lee
Henderson Daviess
353
112
2,007
1,240
Pike
Breathitt
Boyle Garrard
4,021
65
2,010
Union
3,254
433
1,289
305
1,074
Larue
Marion
637
Jackson Owsley
Lincoln
430
374
Knott
Webster McLean
Ohio
Grayson
76
57
462
473
314
Perry 557
Taylor
435
536
Rockcastle
1,509
354
Crittenden
Hart
Casey
197
Hopkins
Green
Clay
Letcher
184
182
269
2,019
127
209
Livingston
Edmonson
Leslie
Laurel
1,249
Muhlenberg Butler
Pulaski
297
53
36
820
413
914
2,552
Caldwell
Adair
McCracken
449
Ballard 3,421
Metcalfe 169 Russell
Knox
Lyon
Warren
236
42
209
Barren
Harlan
229
1,057
430
Christian
Logan
Wayne
Whitley
397
2,313
2,368
231
Carlisle
Marshall
Cumberland
Bell
555
613
Todd
Trigg
Allen
McCreary
160 Graves
778
969
Simpson
Monroe 67 Clinton
260
442
66
449
160
196
56
Hickman 864
Calloway
60
Fulton
342
100

By County of Residence*
Fall 2004
Total = 146,601

* Includes former UK Community College System, LCC and UK alumni

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* KENTUCKY STUDENTS

Boone Campbell
521
419
Kenton
804
Bracken
Gallatin
Pendleton 12 Mason
Greenup
Carroll 20 Grant 33
Lewis
81
166
37
Robertson
77
30
Trimble
Owen
6
Boyd
18
Harrison
Carter
Fleming
Henry 36
231
133 Nicholas
Oldham
80
57
42
Scott
18
350
Rowan
Franklin 335
Bath
Bourbon
Elliott
88
362
27
159
Jefferson Shelby
21 Lawrence
160
Woodford Fayette
Montgomery
29
2,701
294
Morgan
Spencer
5,005 Clark 102 Menifee
Johnson
Bullitt
27
29 Anderson
222 Powell 16
Martin
Meade
Jessamine
83
88
129
21
44
68
503
Hancock
Magoffin
Wolfe
Madison
Washington Mercer
31
Breckinridge
Estill
29
15
117
322
Floyd
Nelson 78
Hardin
Lee
Henderson Daviess
37
30
153
194
Pike
Breathitt
Boyle Garrard
385
15
165
Union
523
45
279
41
198
Larue
Marion
33
Jackson Owsley
Lincoln
42
91
Knott
Webster McLean
Ohio
Grayson
28
17
84
46
27
23
Perry
Taylor
52
34
Rockcastle
117
93
Crittenden
Hart
Casey
34
Hopkins
Green
Clay
Letcher
16
31
28
122
34
67
Livingston
Edmonson
Leslie
Laurel
79
Muhlenberg Butler
Pulaski
10
7
7
35
183
70
233
Caldwell
Adair
McCracken
45
Ballard
Metcalfe 40 Russell
Knox
307
Lyon
Warren
25
12
46
Barren
Harlan
12
228
35
Christian
Logan
Wayne
Whitley
95
84
155
50
Carlisle
Marshall
Cumberland
Bell
52
126
Todd
Trigg
McCreary
15 Graves
73
71
Simpson Allen
Monroe 16 Clinton
14
29
21
19
33
20
22
Hickman 74
Calloway
12
Fulton
57
13

By County of Origin
Fall 2004
Total = 19,785

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* FACULTY SALARIES
Fall
2003
2002
2001
2000
1999
1998*
1997
1996
1995
1994
1993

All-ranks
Average Salary
$ 69,911
66,953
66,713
64,842
62,314
60,714
58,660
57,024
55,297
53,750
52,152

Benchmark
Percent Below or Above the Benchmark Median
Median Salary
1%
$ 78,594
0%
76,547
-1%
74,184
-2%
73,892
-3% -2.1%
68,138
-4%
-3.2% -3.3%
64,954 *
-4.0%
-5%
60,644
-6%
58,916
-7%
-6.5%
57,617
-8%
54,899
-9%
-8.5%
53,962
-10%

* Using a revised set of benchmark institutions

-10.1%

-11%
-12%
-13%

-12.2%

-11.0%
-12.5%

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

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* REVENUE

(In Millions)

Revised Budget
Budget
Source of Funds
2003-04
2004-05
State Appropriation
$ 308.5
$ 295.8
Tuition and Fees
170.8
185.6
County Appropriation
10.9
10.9
Endowment and Investment Income
24.9
21.5
Federal Government Appropriation
16.1
15.9
Gifts, Grants and Contracts
162.0
169.1
Sales and Services of Educational Activities
63.6
64.1
Transfers
36.9
39.9
Fund Balances
32.6
27.0
Affiliated Corporations
260.0
286.8
Hospital
319.0
362.9
Total
$ 1,405.3
$ 1,479.5

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* EXPENDITURES

(In Millions)

Revised Budget
Budget
Program
2003-04
2004-05
Instruction
$ 276.4
$ 271.9
Research
235.4
250.4
Public Service
184.5
184.6
Libraries
22.1
20.8
Academic Support
58.4
57.1
Student Services
22.5
20.9
Institutional Support
54.2
60.0
Operations and Maintenance 45.8
47.0
Student Financial Aid
70.2
74.9
Auxiliary Enterprises
Operations
91.7
102.8
Mandatory Transfers
22.1
24.0
Hospital
322.0
365.1
Total
$ 1,405.3
$ 1,479.5

Revised Budget
Budget
Category
2003-04
2004-05
Personnel Services
$ 802.9
$ 832.3
Operating Expenses
528.5
574.5
Capital Outlay
45.8
42.8
Mandatory Transfers
28.1
29.9
Total
$ 1,405.3
$ 1,479.5

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* PRIVATE GIVING
2003-2004
Alumni
Non-alumni
Corporations
Foundations
Trusts/Associations
Total

(In Millions)

$70

$ 12.6
8.0
18.7
16.4
3.8
$ 59.5

* Beginning in 98-99, Private Giving no longer
includes the Community College System,
except LCC.

$60.9

$60

$55.4
$47.6 $48.0* $48.5

$50
$40

$59.5
$55.0

$37.0

$39.0

$41.4

$30
$20
$10
$0
94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04

Fiscal Year

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* GRANT and CONTRACT AWARDS (In Millions)
2003-2004
$250

By Category of Support
Instruction
Research
Public Service
Other
Total

$ 11.2
184.8
40.8
1.5
$ 238.3

$225

F
Federal
S
State
B
Business, Industry, Other

60%
20%
20%

$173.6

$175
$148.8

$150
$125

$75
$50
$25
$0

* Beginning in 98-99, Grant and Contract Awards no longer
includes the Community College System, except LCC.

$212.0

$200

$100

By Source

$238.3

$113.3 $110.6

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$128.0*
$121.9 $127.9

58%

59%

60%

60%
55%

57% 56%
59% 58% 60%
23% 24%
23% 20% 21%

19% 24% 20%
23% 21%

22% 19%
18% 22% 19% 20% 20%

23% 17% 20%

94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04

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$222.7

Fiscal Year

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* RESEARCH and DEVELOPMENT (In Thousands)
Research and Development Expenditures
Fiscal
Year
2003
2002
2001
2000
1999
1998
1997
1996
1995
1994

Federally
Total
Financed
R&D
R&D
Expenditures* Expenditures*
$ 272,062
$ 120,003
236,275
100,426
211,721
86,239
202,392
73,858
174,034
66,184
161,346
60,760
124,804
62,128
118,721
51,450
111,934
50,014
105,539
48,801

$300,000
$275,000
$250,000
$225,000
$200,000
$175,000
$150,000
$125,000
$100,000
$75,000
$50,000
$25,000
$0

Total R&D Expend.
Fed. Financed R&D Expend.

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003
Fiscal Year Ending June 30

*as reported to the National Science Foundation

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* UNIVERSITY ENDOWMENT (In Thousands)
Market Value of University Endowment
$500,000
Fiscal
Year
2004
2003
2002
2001
2000
1999
1998
1997
1996
1995

Market Value
of
Univ. Endow.
$ 491,098
414,328
399,030
420,838
371,373
329,543
219,740
195,091
161,377
141,616

$450,000
$400,000
$350,000
$300,000
$250,000
$200,000
$150,000
$100,000
$50,000
$0
1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004
Fiscal Year Ending June 30

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* ENDOWED CHAIRS and PROFESSORSHIPS
250
Endowed Chairs 200
Professorships

166

150
100

199

193

185

126
67

75

77

80

87

50
0
2000

2001

2002

2003

Fiscal Year Ending June 30

Source: Office of Research Assessment, 10/01/04

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2004

* NEW FACILITIES
Under Construction
Biomedical/Biological Sciences Research Building
Center for Pharmaceutical Science & Technology
Parking Structure
Student Housing Facilities

Scope
$ 73,590,000
14,000,000
23,630,000
46,000,000

Funding
Source
State/Agency
State/Agency
Agency
Agency

In Planning and Design
Patient Bed Tower (Planning)
Multi Purpose Room (@ Nutter) (Design)
Memorial Coliseum Expansion (Design)

$ 10,000,000
4,000,000
2,500,000

Agency
Agency
Agency

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Anticipated
On-line Date
Spring 2005
Fall 2006
Spring 2006
Fall 2005

Fall 2010
Fall 2005
Fall 2006

* LAND and SPACE*
2003-2004
Main Campus
783

Acreage***
Assignable Square Footage in Buildings***
Classroom
Laboratory
Office
Study
Special
General
Support
Health Care
Residential
Unclassified
Total
*
**
***

221,098
1,091,914
1,620,762
415,159
705,065
692,965
2,213,423
459,208
1,311,070
183,356
8,914,020

Off Campus**
24,121
6,946
87,304
59,938
2,559
517,575
148,951
253,124
2,036
173,987
110,087
1,362,507

Excludes space provided at no cost; includes leased space
Includes research farms, Robinson Forest, substations, 4-H camps, and Adena Park
Source: Fall 2003 Physical Facilities and Land Inventory

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Total
24,904
228,044
1,179,218
1,680,700
417,718
1,222,640
841,916
2,466,547
461,244
1,485,057
293,443
10,276,527

* GENERAL EQUIPMENT INVENTORIES
(In Millions)
Inventory 6/30/03
Education and General
Educational Aids
Research
Computing
Communications
Office
Other
Subtotal
Hospital
Auxiliary Enterprises
Total

Inventory 6/30/04

Net Change

$ 62.4
71.9
57.3
6.7
11.4
20.6
$ 230.3
102.0
26.2
$ 358.5

$ 0.7
4.4
1.5
(0.2)
(0.4)
0.2
$ 6.2
12.7
3.2
$ 22.1

$ 61.7
67.5
55.8
6.9
11.8
20.4
$ 224.1
89.3
23.0
$ 336.4

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* LIBRARY COLLECTIONS
2003-2004

Volumes Held
Current Periodical Titles
Microforms
Audio-visual Materials

3,092,616
29,633
6,300,048
86,690

In addition to the above, the Library’s collections include: 257,734 maps; 6,100 Oral History program interviews; over 200 current state, national and international newspapers; the University Archives and Records
Program; Audio-visual Archives; the Wendell H. Ford Research Center and Public Archives; the Bert T.
Combs Appalachian Collection, including the Appalachian Regional Commission Archives; and the W. Hugh
Peal Collection of 19th century English and related literature. The library is a regional depository for U.S.
government publications and is also a depository for European Union and Canadian publications, British
Parliamentary Papers, Kentucky government publications, and technical reports from federal agencies, all
selectively collected. Numerous CD-ROM and online databases are accessible in the main and branch libraries. Library sites include the William T. Young Library and 14 branch libraries. The Voyager library system
provides an online catalog for the holdings of all university libraries.

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* BENCHMARK INSTITUTIONS
North Carolina State University

University of Iowa

Ohio State University

University of Maryland - College Park

Pennsylvania State University

University of Michigan - Ann Arbor

Purdue University

University of Minnesota - Twin Cities

Texas A&M University

University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill

University of Arizona

University of Texas - Austin

University of California - Los Angeles

University of Virginia

University of Florida

University of Washington

University of Georgia

University of Wisconsin - Madison

University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign
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* ADMINISTRATIVE ORGANIZATION
UK Board of Trustees

Chief of Staff
Douglas A. Boyd

General Counsel
Barbara W. Jones

Acting Exec. Vice President
for Finance and
Administration
Frank Butler

Exec. Vice President for
Research
Wendy Baldwin

Vice President for
Institutional Advancement
Terry B. Mobley

Chair, Commission
on Diversity
Deneese L. Jones

President
Lee T. Todd, Jr.

Director of Athletics
Mitchell S. Barnhart

Provost
Michael T. Nietzel

Vice President for
Institutional Research,
Planning, and Effectiveness
Connie A. Ray

Chair, Commission
on Women
Dorothy Y. Brockopp

Exec. Vice President for
Health Affairs
Michael Karpf

Vice President for
University Initiatives &
Associate Provost for
Multicultural Affairs
William H. Turner

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* BOARD of TRUSTEES
Mira S. Ball
Stephen P. Branscum
Marianne Smith Edge
Ann Brand Haney
James F. Hardymon
Michael Kennedy
Pamela R. May
Billy Joe Miles
Roy L. Moore
Phillip R. Patton

Lexington
Russell Springs
Alumni Member
Nancy
Lexington
Faculty Member
Pikeville
Owensboro
Faculty Member
Glasgow

(2010)
(2010)
(2006)
(2010)
(2009)
(2005)
(2007)
(2007)
(2007)
(2009)

Steven S. Reed
C. Frank Shoop
Alice Stevens Sparks
Myra Leigh Tobin
Rachel Lee Watts
JoEtta Y. Wickliffe
Billy B. Wilcoxson
Russ Willams
Elaine A. Wilson
Barbara S. Young

Louisville
Lexington
Crescent Springs
Alumni Member
Student Member
Harrodsburg
Lexington
Staff Member
Somerset
Lexington

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(2006)
(2008)
(2005)
(2008)
(2005)
(2009)
(2008)
(2007)
(2005)
(2007)

* ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY
1865 Agricultural and Mechanical College
(A&M) established as part of Kentucky
University
1869 James K. Patterson became President of
A&M
1878 A&M separated from Kentucky
University
1882 A&M moved to current location in
Lexington
1885 Ag. Experiment Station opened
1889 College of Agriculture established
1908 College of Arts and Sciences and College
of Law established; A&M name changed
to “State University, Lexington,
Kentucky”
1909 University Library established
1911 Henry S. Barker became President of
State University
1916 State University renamed University of
Kentucky
1917 Frank L. McVey became President of UK;
Graduate School established
1918 College of Engineering established
1923 College of Education established
1925 College of Business and Economics
established

1941
1947
1956
1957
1960

1962
1963
1964

1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970

Herman L. Donovan became President
College of Pharmacy moved to UK
Frank G. Dickey became President
Ashland Extension Center established
Medical Center established; College of
Medicine admitted first class; College of
Nursing admitted first class; Henderson
Extension Center and Southeast Extension
Center established
College of Dentistry admitted first class;
University Hospital opened
John W. Oswald became President
Community College System established
under UK; College of Architecture
established
Lexington Technical Institute (LTI)
established
College of Allied Health Professions
established
College of Home Economics established
Albert D. Kirwan became President
College of Social Work established;
Otis A. Singletary became President
College of Library and Information
Science established

1976
1982

1984
1987
1990
1993
1998

2001

2002
2004

College of Communications and
College of Fine Arts established
University reorganized with a
Central Administration and three
sectors headed by Chancellors
(Lexington Campus, Medical Center,
and Community College System)
LTI became Lexington Community
College
David P. Roselle became President
Charles T. Wethington, Jr. became
President
College of Communications and
Information Studies established
William T. Young Library opened;
All Community Colleges (except LCC)
transferred to the KCTCS
Lee T. Todd, Jr. became President;
University reorganized with a
Provost model
College of Design established
LCC transferred to the KCTCS;
College of Public Health established

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* VALUES
The values of the University guide our decisions and behavior.
Our core values are:
• Integrity
• Academic excellence and freedom
• Mutual respect and human dignity
• Diversity of thought, culture, gender,

•
•
•
•

Shared governance
A sense of community
Sensitivity to work-life concerns
Civic responsibility

and ethnicity
• Personal and institutional
responsibility and accountability
-- Adopted by the Board of Trustees, April 1, 2003

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*