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2001-2002

UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY

* January 2002
I am pleased to provide you with this fact booklet, which contains a profile of current facts about admissions, enrollment,
degrees conferred, faculty salaries, grant and contract awards, research expenditures, and the status of new facilities, among
others; a brief summary of the University’s 2001-2002 Operating and Capital Budget; and information about our administrative organization, history and benchmark institutions.
As President of the University of Kentucky, I am deeply appreciative of the support of the Governor and the General
Assembly in our quest to become a top-20 public research university. The highly successful Research Challenge Trust Fund
program, coupled with the success of our first ever, major fund-raising campaign – A Call to Greatness – has positioned the
University well in its efforts to achieve this quest.
This fact booklet will assist you in making future decisions by enhancing your knowledge and understanding of the University of Kentucky. In fall 2001 enrollment in the University System increased by 3.9 percent and at Lexington Community
College (LCC) by 8.0 percent. I am especially pleased that we were able to increase graduate enrollment by nearly 12
percent through the creative Graduate Incentive Free Tuition (GIFT) Program, designed to encourage local residents to
begin study at the graduate level, and the Kentucky Graduate Scholarships Program, designed to recruit and enroll highly
qualified graduate students from out-of-state. Additionally, we enrolled over 3,000 freshmen in the University System, and
we must now work diligently to ensure their academic success. We are focusing on improving retention and graduation rates
and increasing the number of degrees awarded each year. Furthermore, we are already looking forward to next year, when we
expect a high quality incoming freshman class that reflects the results of the new Governor’s Scholars Scholarship Program
and the Legacy Tuition Program.
In 2000-2001 the faculty and staff continued to set new records for the amount of grants and contracts awarded, achieving

* an increase of 16.7 percent over the previous year. Research and development expenditures exceeded $200 million for the first
time. And yet, faculty salaries fell for the second year in a row in comparison to our new benchmark institutions – from 6.5
percent below the median in 1998-1999 to 12.2 percent below the median in 2000-2001. This is a disturbing trend that we
must reverse in order to achieve our goal of being a top 20 public research university.
The University is fortunate to have several new, much-needed facilities scheduled to come on-line in 2002. The completion of
the Aging/Allied Health building, the Agricultural Plant Sciences facility, and the Mechanical Engineering building will serve
to enhance greatly our instruction and research missions; the Women’s Cancer Center and the Primary Care Center will
increase our capacity to serve the healthcare needs of Kentuckians; and the Seaton Center Addition/Renovation will support
the health and recreation needs of our students. The groundbreaking for the Biomedical Sciences Research Building is
scheduled for January of this year. This modern, state-of-the-art research facility, in addition to the Morgan Building Addition
and the Pharmacy Building Expansion, our top two priorities in the University’s Capital Request, will provide space critical to
our ability to achieve top 20 public research university status.
The University of Kentucky is reaching out like never before to extend its rich store of knowledge, creativity and other
resources to the citizens, businesses, organizations, and agencies that comprise our campus — the Commonwealth of Kentucky. As
Kentucky’s premiere, land-grant research institution, we are committed to a better life for all Kentuckians — an educated
citizenry, a thriving economy, a safe environment, a healthy population, and a culturally enriched society. These are the
outcomes to which we aspire and the achievements by which we will evaluate our success. We ask that you join us in our
quest, in our dedication, and in this commitment.
Sincerely,

Lee T. Todd, Jr.
President

* Table of Contents
UK Vision and Mission
Enrollment
Freshman Profile

3

Research and Development
University Endowment

9

27

Endowed Chairs and Professorships

4-8

26
28

Retention and Graduation Rates

10-11

New Facilities

29

Degrees Conferred

12-13

Land and Space

30

Faculty and Staff

14-17

General Equipment Inventories

31

Alumni and Student Origin Maps

18-19

Library Collections

32

Annual Tuition and Fees

20

Benchmarks

33

Capital Budget

21

Administrative Organization

34

Board of Trustees

35

Administrative History

36

Budgeted Revenues and Expenditures

22-23

Private Giving

24

Grant and Contract Awards

25
2

* VISION
We aspire to enhance the University of Kentucky's stature as one of the nation's great universities:
an institution recognized nationally and internationally for excellence in teaching, research, and public service, and a sustaining
resource for the intellectual, social, cultural,and economic development of the Commonwealth.

MISSION
The University of Kentucky is a comprehensive, public, land grant university dedicated to preparing
students for an increasingly diverse and technological world, and to improving the lives of people in the
Commonwealth, the nation, and the world through teaching, research, and service.
•

Our instructional mission includes undergraduate, graduate, postgraduate, professional, and lifelong education informed
by scholarship and research, and guided by a spirit of integrity and mutual respect.

•

Our research, scholarship, and creative activities promote human and economic development through the expansion of
knowledge and its applications in the sciences, social sciences, arts, humanities, business, and the professions.

•

We have a unique responsibility for outreach and public service to support the citizens of the Commonwealth. We
collaborate with our educational, professional, business, healthcare, and agricultural partners here and abroad to
disseminate, share and apply knowledge.
--UK Strategic Plan, adopted by the Board of Trustees, May 1998

3

* ENROLLMENT - University System
Headcount and Full-Time Equivalent (FTE)

Preliminary
Fall 2001 Headcount
Level

25,000
24,197 24,288 24,217 24,378

Full-time Part-time Total

Undergraduate
Graduate
Postdoctoral
First Professional
House Staff
Total

15,245
2,817
240
1,307
503
20,112

2,039
2,582
58
4,679

17,284
5,399
240
1,365
503
24,791

20,000

24,791
24,061 24,171 24,394 23,742 23,852

20,840
20,307 20,729 20,128 20,399
19,784 20,021 20,012 20,290 20,223
FTE

15,000

10,000

5,000

0

1992

1993

1994

1995

1996

1997

1998

Fall Semester

4

1999

2000

2001

* ENROLLMENT - Lexington Community College
Headcount and Full-Time Equivalent (FTE)

Preliminary
Fall 2001 Headcount

8,000
7,793
7,214

7,000

Level
Associate

Full-time Part-time
4,910

2,883

6,807

Total
7,793

6,000

6,118
5,500

5,000
4,862

5,046

5,018

5,558

5,228

5,014
4,461

4,000
3,000

4,733

4,011
2,962
FTE

3,125

3,151

1992

1993

1994

3,384

3,506

3,658

1996

1997

2,000
1,000
0

1995

Fall Semester

5

1998

1999

2000

2001

* ENROLLMENT - Fall 2001 At a Glance*
Univ.
System

% of
Total

LCC

% of
Total

Univ.
System

% of
Total

Men
Women
Total

11,771
13,020
24,791

47.5
52.5
100.0

3,472
4,321
7,793

44.6
55.4
100.0

Full-Time
Part-Time
Total

20,112
4,679
24,791

81.1
18.9
100.0

4,910
2,883
7,793

63.0
37.0
100.0

In State
Out of State
Total

20,074
4,717
24,791

81.0
19.0
100.0

7,552
241
7,793

96.9
3.1
100.0

Freshmen
4,360
Sophomores
3,352
Juniors
3,582
Seniors
5,422
UG Non-Degree
568
Subtotal Undergrad. 17,284
Master/Specialist
2,676
Doctoral
1,952
Grad. Non-Degree
771
Subtotal Graduate
5,399
First Professional
1,365
House Staff/Post Doc.
743
Total
24,791

17.6
13.5
14.4
21.9
2.3
69.7
10.8
7.9
3.1
21.8
5.5
3.0
100.0

* Council on Postsecondary Education Comprehensive Database File preliminary numbers

6

LCC

% of
Total

4,124
2,897

52.9
37.2

772
7,793

9.9
100.0

7,793

100.0

* ENROLLMENT
Undergrad.
African
American
Amer. Indian/
Alaskan Native

- Fall 2001 by Race/Ethnicity*

First
Post- House
Grad. Profess. Doc. Staff LCC

Total

962

305

53

1

7

819

2,147

26

13

2

0

0

33

African
American
6.59%

American
Indian
0.23%

74

Asian/Pacific
Islander

321

80

54

2

33

114

151

37

13

1

5

89

296

International

329

889

7

174

40

73

1,512

Not Reported

261

373

90

4

219

239

1,186

White

15,234

3,702

1,146

58

199

6,426 26,765

Total

17,284

5,399

1,365

240

503

International
4.64%
Not Reported
3.64%

604

Hispanic

7,793 32,584

White
82.14%

Total = 32,584
* Council on Postsecondary Education Comprehensive Database File preliminary numbers

7

Asian/Pacific
Islander
1.85%
Hispanic
0.91%

* APPLIED, ADMITTED and ENROLLED
University System First-time Freshmen

9,000

University System
First-time Freshmen
Fall 2001*

8,000
7,964

7,547

7,000

7,789

6,000
6,061

Applied
Admitted
Enrolled

8,449
6,914
3,037

5,850

6,082

2,610

2,637

2,626

7,899

6,182

7,995

8,318

6,644

8,449

6,914

5,980

5,000
4,000
3,000
2,000

2,849

2,682

1998

1999

2,928

3,037

1,000
0
1995

1996

1997

* Council on Postsecondary Education Comprehensive Database File preliminary numbers

8

Fall Semester

2000

2001

* 2001 FRESHMAN PROFILE - University System
In fall 2001(preliminary), the University
enrolled 3,037 first-time freshmen, with
nearly one third presenting a high school
GPA of 3.8 or higher, and including:

145

3.53

3.34

High School GPA

35

132

127
119

118

125
98

106

103

106

91 94

75
65
45

126

112

86
82

77

73

74
65

67

55

3.40

125

125

105
95
85

3.51

121

115

x 125 Governor's Scholars
x 132 High School Valedictorians
x 49 National Merit Scholars

3.45

135

135
125
125 113

56

59
49

44

25
1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001
92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 00 01

9

Fall Semester

* RETENTION - University System
First to Second Year Retention Rate
Overall

White

AfricanAmerican

Other

1994

77.8

78.0

71.9

82.4

1995

78.5

79.1

72.8

First to Second Year Overall Retention Rate

81

76.5

80
80.4
79.7

79

1996

77.9

78.3

73.8

77.0

1997

79.7

80.1

79.7

70.9 78

1998

78.8

79.0

80.3

71.5 77

1999

80.4

80.7

77.2

78.0 76

2000*

77.2

77.1

78.1

77.4

78.9

78.8

78.5
77.9

77.8

77.2

77.0

76.8
76.2

*Beginning with the fall 2000 cohort, retention rates include
first-time full-time and part-time freshmen. Prior years include
first-time full-time freshmen only. Fall 2000 cohort numbers are preliminary.

75
90

10

91

92

93

94

95

96

Fall Cohort

97

98

99

00

* GRADUATION RATE - University System
Six Year Graduation Rate
Overall
1990
1991

49.2
48.1

Six Year Overall Graduation Rate
58

White

AfricanAmerican

Other

56

50.2

37.2

45.9

54

49.3

34.4

45.9

55.3

52
53.0

50

1992

50.7

52.0

36.1

46.6

1993

53.0

54.8

32.5

52.3

46

1994

55.3

57.1

35.4

48.2

50.7

44

48

49.2
48.1

42
1990

1991

1992

Fall Cohort

11

1993

1994

* DEGREES CONFERRED
4,000

2000-01

3,500

3285

3247

3133

3239

3187

3,000

Associate*
Baccalaureate
Graduate
Professional

438
3,239
1,274
375

2,500
2,000
1,500

1272

1365

1338

1316

1274

1,000
353 363

500 352

396 369

363 365

438

384 375

0
96-97

97-98

98-99

Academic Year

* Degrees awarded by Lexington Community College

12

99-00

00-01

* DEGREES CONFERRED - By Discipline
Discipline
Agriculture
Architecture
Area Studies
Biological/ Life Sci.
Business/Mgmt.
Communications
Computer/Info. Sci.
Dentistry
Education
Engineering
Fine & Applied Arts
Foreign Languages
Health Professions

First
Assoc.* Bacc. Master’s** Doc. Prof.
54
76
17
119

159
86
2
170
754
269
73
242
290
115
38
248

37
13
104
4
43
182
85
26
17
194

18
26
19
7
30
11
4
5
19

45
-

Discipline
Human Environ. Sci.
Interdisciplinary
Law
Letters
Library Science
Mathematics
Medicine
Pharm D.
Physical Sciences
Precision Production
Psychology
Public Affairs
Social Sciences
Total

* Degrees awarded by Lexington Community College
** Includes Specialist degrees

13

Assoc.*
148
24
438

First
Bacc. Master’s** Doc. Prof.
138
33
104
14
30
152
83
239
3,239

19
2
22
78
20
19
6
130
54
1,055

5
12
13
11
6
33
219

129
103
98
375

* FACULTY AND STAFF
2000-01

Lexington
Community
College

University System
Educational Hospital
& General & Auxiliary

Full-Time Employees
Executive/Administrative/Managerial
Faculty
Other Professional
Secretarial/Clerical
Technical/Paraprofessional
Skilled Crafts
Service/Maintenance
Total

314
1,889
2,137
1,357
778
195
724
7,394

87
0
1,639
776
267
27
567
3,363

14

Total

% Total

401
1,889
3,776
2,133
1,045
222
1,291
10,757

3.7%
17.6%
35.1%
19.8%
9.7%
2.1%
12.0%
100.0%

Total

% Total

10
3.7%
163
60.4%
46
17.0%
43
15.9%
3
1.1%
2
0.8%
3
1.1%
270 100.0%

* FACULTY AND STAFF by Race/Ethnicity/Gender
University System

2000-01
Full-Time Employees
Exec./Admin./Managerial
Faculty
Other Professional
Secretarial/Clerical
Tech./Paraprofessional
Skilled Crafts
Service/Maintenance
Total

AfricanAmerican
15
60
139
275
97
32
471
1,089

American
Indian/
Alaskan
Native
0
3
4
0
3
0
1
11

15

Asian/
Pacific
Islander
4
144
107
19
52
3
19
348

Hispanic White
2
380
14
1,668
14
3,512
4
1,835
6
887
0
187
3
797
43
9,266

Female
156
578
2,535
1,945
605
2
545
6,366

Male
245
1,311
1,241
188
440
220
746
4,391

* FACULTY SALARIES - University System
UK All-Ranks
Benchmark
Fall Average Salary Median Salary
2000 $ 64,842
$ 73,892
1999
62,314
68,138
1998*
60,714
64,954*
1997
58,660
60,644
1996
57,024
58,916
1995
55,297
57,617
1994
53,750
54,899
1993
52,152
53,962
1992
50,602
52,235
1991
50,414
51,062
*Using a revised set of benchmark institutions

Percent Below or Above the Benchmark Median
1.0%
.0%
-1.0%
-2.0% -1.3%
-2.1%
-3.0%
-3.2% -3.3%
-4.0%
-3.1% -3.4%
-4.0%
-5.0%
-6.0%
-7.0%
-6.5%
-8.0%
-9.0%
-8.5%
-10.0%
-11.0%
-12.0%
-12.2%
-13.0%
1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000
16

* FACULTY SALARIES Fall

2000
1999
1998
1997
1996
1995
1994
1993
1992
1991

All-Ranks
Average Salary

$41,622
38,115
37,683
35,520*
35,768
33,251
32,260
31,389
30,358
30,434

Benchmark
Median Salary

Not available
$43,862
43,261
41,408**
36,166
35,222
35,039
32,531
30,341
30,480

* Prior to fall 1997, the All-Ranks Average Salary
was computed for the Community College System.
** Using a revised set of benchmark institutions

Lexington Community College

Percent Below or Above the Benchmark Median
.1%
1.0%
.0%
-1.0%
-0.2%
-1.1%
-2.0%
-3.0%
-3.5%
-4.0%
-5.0%
-6.0%
-5.6%
-7.0%
-8.0%
-7.9%
-9.0%
-10.0%
-11.0% -9.7%
-12.0%
-13.0%
-12.9%
-14.0%
-13.1%
-15.0%
-14.2%
1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

17

* KENTUCKY ALUMNI

Boone Campbell
1,420
1,404
Kenton
2,690
Bracken
Gallatin
Pendleton 327 Mason
67
Greenup
Grant 153
Lewis
Carroll
1,139
1,323
Robertson
242
Trimble 153 Owen 255
84
Boyd
115
Harrison
Carter
Fleming
Henry 132
3,030
651 Nicholas
Oldham
514
472
303
Scott
218
1,405
Rowan
Franklin 1,473 Bourbon
Bath
Elliott
339
2,334
137
910
Jefferson Shelby
38 Lawrence
960
Woodford Fayette Montgomery
378
23,257
454
1,860 31,608
Spencer
Clark
Menifee Morgan
Johnson
Bullitt
120
223 Anderson
Meade
Jessamine 1,264 Powell 35
972 Martin
902
638
148
287
425
2,150
Hancock
Wolfe
Magoffin
Madison
Washington Mercer
225 Breckinridge
116
325
711
1,429 Estill
Floyd
Nelson 265
Hardin
Henderson Daviess
354
113 Lee
Garrard
2,064
1,198
Pike
Breathitt
Boyle
4,018
72
2,034
Union
3,251
362
1,265
328
1,016
Larue
Marion
661
Jackson Owsley
Lincoln
434
356
Knott
Webster McLean
Ohio
Grayson
80
69
444
494
316
Perry 585
Taylor
451
519
Rockcastle
1,521
366
Crittenden
Hart
Casey
198
Green
Clay
Hopkins
Letcher
189
178
255
127
194
2,057
Livingston
Edmonson
Laurel
Leslie
1,263
Muhlenberg Butler
Pulaski
308
50
37
765
433
933
2,528
Caldwell
Adair
McCracken
454
Ballard 3,442
Metcalfe 174 Russell
Knox
Lyon
Warren
251
33
202
Barren
Harlan
244
995
445
Christian
Logan
Wayne
Whitley
378
2,407
2,461
222
Carlisle
Marshall
Cumberland
Bell
582
592
Todd
Trigg
McCreary
160 Graves
751
999
Simpson Allen
Monroe 71 Clinton
275
440
56
459
149
202
54
Hickman 859
Calloway
61
Fulton
338
117

By County of Residence*
Fall 2001
Total = 139,839

* Includes UK Community College System and University System alumni

18

* KENTUCKY STUDENTS

Boone Campbell
473
461
Kenton
828
Bracken
Gallatin
Pendleton 20 Mason
Greenup
Carroll 20 Grant 51
Lewis
127
185
31
Robertson
79
22
Trimble
Owen
2
Boyd
21
Harrison
Carter
Fleming
Henry 36
250
218 Nicholas
Oldham
68
57
60
Scott
24
354
Rowan
Franklin 602
Bath
Bourbon
Elliott
68
549
35
278
Jefferson Shelby
17 Lawrence
153
Woodford Fayette Montgomery
52
2,785
512
Spencer
8,611 Clark 208 Menifee Morgan
Johnson
Bullitt
23
30 Anderson
452 Powell 11
Meade
Jessamine
100 Martin
86
222
42
69
79
827
Hancock
Wolfe
Magoffin
Madison
Washington Mercer
26
Estill
Breckinridge
10
30
375
253
Floyd
Nelson 98
Hardin
Lee
Henderson Daviess
46
43
Garrard
210
194
Pike
Breathitt
Boyle
470
21
177
Union
536
80
327
44
284
Larue
Marion
57
Jackson Owsley
Lincoln
43
120
Knott
Webster McLean
Ohio
Grayson
19
12
113
36
27
Perry 51
Taylor
50
35
Rockcastle
150
121
Crittenden
Hart
Casey
48
Clay
Hopkins
Green
Letcher
20
27
55
89
154
34
Leslie
Livingston
Edmonson
Laurel
101
Muhlenberg Butler
Pulaski
45
12
10
8
206
98
306
Caldwell
Adair
McCracken
53
Ballard
Metcalfe 33 Russell
Knox
331
Lyon
Warren
24
25
85
Barren
Harlan
15
216
59
Christian
Logan
Wayne
Whitley
90
134
164
58
Carlisle
Marshall
Cumberland
Bell
68
141
Todd
Trigg
McCreary
11 Graves
80
109
Simpson Allen
Monroe 13 Clinton
8
22
17
22
36
20
30
Hickman 86
Calloway
13
Fulton
69
24

By County of Origin*
Fall 2001
Total = 26,525

* Includes Lexington Community College and University System students
(Note: LCC enrolled 7,452 students from 117 Kentucky counties.)

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* ANNUAL TUITION and FEES
2001-02

Resident Tuition and Fees Combined
$4,400
$4,000

Resident
Tuition Fees
Graduate
$ 3,610 $ 465
Undergraduate
3,270 465
Lexington Comm. College 1,620 465
Non-Resident
Graduate
$ 10,830 $ 465
Undergraduate
9,810 465
Lexington Comm. College 5,370 465

$4,075

$3,600

$3,735

$3,200
$2,800

$2,158

$2,400

$1,998

$2,000
$1,600
$1,200
$800

$1,938 *

$2,085

$1,228
$1,124

$400
* In 1992-93, annual tuition at Lexington Community College was
frozen at $1620, resulting in a total of $1938 for tuition and fees.
Prior to that, LCC tuition was set at the same level as undergraduate
tuition at the University of Kentucky.

$0
84-85 86-87 88-89 90-91 92-93 94-95 96-97 98-99 00-01 01-02

Academic Year
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* 2001-02 CAPITAL BUDGET
Capital Projects
New Facilities
Program Renovations
Scheduled Maintenance
Life Safety Projects
Utility Projects/Land Improvement/Acquisitions/Other
Equipment
Computing
Other Instructional
Research
Auxiliary, Communications, Office, Physical Plant, Other
Other - Hospital
Library Books
Total

(In Millions)

$ 0.0
25.1
4.3
1.7
7.5
11.8
1.4
12.4
6.3
45.6
10.0
$ 126.1

NOTE: The 2001-02 capital budget is supported by nonrecurring funds ($7.8); recurring general funds ($13.6); restricted
funds ($8.0); affiliates ($16.0); and current plant funds ($80.7).

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* REVENUE

(In Millions)

Revised Budget
2000-01

Source of Funds
State Appropriation
$ 307.8
Tuition and Fees
125.9
Federal and Local Appropriations
23.8
Sales and Services of Educational Activities
62.7
Endowment and Investment Income
12.8
Sales and Services of Auxiliary Enterprises
33.5
Non-governmental Grants and Contracts
0.0
Grants, Donations and Pledges
69.9
Hospital
324.5
Fund Balances
21.3
Affiliated Corporations
173.4
Restricted Funds
72.6
Total
$ 1,228.2

*Based on NACUBO and GASB 35 reporting guidelines implemented in July 2001.

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Budget
2001-02*
$ 322.2
129.4
24.5
28.7
12.0
41.1
80.7
23.1
315.8
20.6
207.7
82.4
$ 1,288.2

* EXPENDITURES (In Millions)
Revised Budget
Budget
2000-01
2001-02*
Program
Instruction
$ 257.3
Research
160.1
Public Service
155.7
Academic Support
73.0
Student Services
21.3
Institutional Support
52.1
Operations and Maintenance 42.3
Student Financial Aid
50.4
Mandatory Transfers
(Debt Service)
18.9
Auxiliary Services
71.2
Hospital
325.9
Total
$ 1,228.2

Revised Budget
2000-01

Category
$ 266.1
Personnel Costs
672.2
187.4
Operating Expenses
491.2
163.2
Mandatory Transfers
76.9
(Debt Service)
29.9
19.5
Capital Outlay
34.9
51.3 Total
$ 1,228.2
47.8
56.3
21.2
81.6
316.9
$ 1,288.2

*Based on NACUBO and GASB 35 reporting guidelines implemented in July 2001.

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Budget
2001-02*
722.8
490.3
32.9
42.2
$ 1,288.2

* PRIVATE GIVING
$60
$55.4

2000-01
(In Millions)
Alumni
$ 11.8
Non-Alumni
10.4
Corporations/Foundations
30.6
Trusts/Associations
2.6
Total
$55.4

$47.6 $48.0 * $48.5

$50
$37.0 $39.0

$40

$41.4

$31.6
$30

$28.7

$26.8

$20
$10
$0
91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 *99-00 00-01
* Beginning in 98-99, Private Giving no longer includes the
Community College System, except Lexington Community College

Fiscal Year
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* GRANT AND CONTRACT AWARDS
2000-01
By Category of Support
(In Millions)
Instruction
Research
Public Service
Other
Total

$ 9.1
128.4
35.3
.8
$173.6

By Source
60%
Federal
21%
State
Business, Industry, Other 19%

$173.6

$180
$160

$148.8

$140
$113.3 $110.6

$120
$100 $90.2

65%

62%

61%

$40

60%
55%

59%

58%

60%

16%

19%

23%

20%

21%

15%
20%

$20

$127.9 $128.0*

$96.0 $98.2

$80
$60

$121.9

22%

20%

18%

22%

19%

57%

56%

23%

24%

20%

20%

23%

22%

21%

19%

$0
*Beginning in 98-99, Grant and Contract Awards no
longer includes the Community College System, except LCC.

91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01

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Fiscal Year

* RESEARCH and DEVELOPMENT (In Thousands)
Fiscal
Year
2000
1999
1998
1997
1996
1995
1994
1993
1992
1991

Federally
$225,000
Total
Financed
$200,000
R&D
R&D
Expenditures* Expenditures* $175,000
$202,392
$73,858
$150,000
174,034
66,184
161,346
60,760
$125,000
124,804
62,128
$100,000
118,721
51,450
111,934
50,014
$75,000
105,539
48,801
$50,000
102,911
46,774
$25,000
92,244
39,828
81,137
31,636
$0

Total R&D Expenditures
Federally Financed R&D Expenditures

90-91 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00

Fiscal Year

*as reported to the National Science Foundation

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* UNIVERSITY ENDOWMENT (In Thousands)
Fiscal Year
ending
June 30

2001
2000
1999
1998
1997
1996
1995
1994
1993
1992

Market Value
of
Univ. Endow.

$ 420,838
371,373
329,543
219,740
195,091
161,377
141,616
112,390
108,796
95,916

Market Value of University Endowment
$450,000
$400,000
$350,000
$300,000
$250,000
$200,000
$150,000
$100,000
$50,000
$0
91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01

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Fiscal Year Ending June 30

* ENDOWED CHAIRS and PROFESSORSHIPS
Phase 0 - Prior to
Research Challenge Trust Fund
Endowed Chairs
22
Professorships
45

180

168

160
140

124

120

Phase 2 - Fiscal Year ending 2000
Endowed Chairs
69
Professorships
124

100

60
40

Phase 3 - Fiscal Year ending 2001
Endowed Chairs
76
Professorships
168

76

69

80
45
22

20
0
Phase 0

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Phase 2

Phase 3

* NEW FACILITIES
Scope

Funding
Source

Anticipated
On-Line Date

Under Construction
Aging/Allied Health Phase II
$
Agricultural Plant Sciences Facility
Arboretum Visitor Education Center Phase I
Crisp Building Replacement
Football Office Complex
Mechanical Engineering Building
Patient Care Facility/Women's Cancer Center
Primary Care Center/Outpatient Diag. & Treatment Ctr.
Seaton Center Addition/Renovation
Student Housing/Fraternity House Replacement

37,000,000
21,120,000
620,000
5,350,000
2,875,000
24,780,000
9,200,000
27,200,000
15,350,000
5,600,000

State/Private/Agency
Agency
Private
Agency/Private
Agency/Private
State/Private
Agency/Private
Agency/Private
Agency
Agency

Spring 2002
Spring 2002
Spring 2002
Fall 2002
Spring 2002
Spring 2002
Spring 2002
Fall 2002
Spring 2002
Spring 2002

In Planning and Design
Biomedical Sciences Research Building
UK Center for Rural Health

67,200,000
11,100,000

State/Agency
State/Private/Agency

Fall 2004
Fall 2003

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* LAND AND SPACE *
2000-01
Acreage***
Assignable Square Footage in Buildings***
Classroom
Laboratory
Office
Study
Special
General
Support
Health Care
Residential
Unclassified
Total

University
System
688

Lexington
Community
College
-

204,981
1,007,861
1,470,074
409,592
671,502
607,022
1,926,040
436,125
1,252,972
104,586
8,090,755

38,822
44,784
47,001
28,462
594
5,731
2,674
168,068

* Excludes space provided at no cost; includes leased space
** Includes research farms, Robinson Forest, substations, 4-H camps, and Adena Park
*** Based on fall 2000 Physical Facilities and Land Inventory

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Other**
23,825

Total
24,513

1,470
46,157
36,705
955
412,389
99,567
214,239
2,036
159,044
124,453
1,097,015

245,273
1,098,802
1,553,780
439,009
1,084,485
712,320
2,142,953
438,161
1,412,016
229,039
9,355,838

* GENERAL EQUIPMENT INVENTORIES
(In Millions)

Inventory 6/30/00

Net Change 6/30/01

Lexington
University Community
System
College
Ed. and General
Educational Aids
Research
Physical Plant
Computing
Communications
Office
Other
Subtotal
Hospital
Auxiliary Enterprises
Total

Lexington
University Community
System
College
$ 6.3
0.1
(1.8)
0.9
(0.2)
0.9
$ 6.2

$ 50.7
73.4
1.6
58.0
7.5
21.2
17.2
$ 229.6

$ 0.9
1.7
0.8
$ 3.4

93.3
3.9

-

5.8
3.2

$ 326.8

$ 3.4

$ 15.2
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0.2
0.3
0.1
$ 0.6
$ 0.6

Inventory 6/30/01
Lexington
University Community
System
College
$ 57.0
73.4
1.7
56.2
8.4
21.0
18.1
$ 235.8
99.1
7.1
$ 342.0

$ 1.1
2.0
0.9
$ 4.0
$ 4.0

* LIBRARY COLLECTIONS
2000-01
Volumes Held
Current Periodical Titles
Microforms
Audio-Visual Materials

University System

Lexington
Community College

2,898,610
27,663
6,072,167
78,500

37,248
189
1,520
2,855

In addition to the above, the Library’s collections include 246,098 maps; over 5,500 Oral History program interviews;
224 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 Communities and Canadian publications, British Parliamentary Papers, Kentucky government publications,
and technical reports from federal agencies, all selectively collected. Numerous CD ROM and on-line databases are
accessible in the main and branch libraries. Library sites include the William T. Young Library and 15 branch libraries.
The Voyager library system provides an on-line catalog for the holdings of all University libraries.

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* BENCHMARKS
University of Kentucky Benchmark Institutions

LCC Benchmark Institutions

North Carolina State University
Ohio State University
Pennsylvania State University
Purdue University
Texas A&M University
University of Arizona
University of California - Los Angeles
University of Florida
University of Georgia
University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign
University of Iowa
University of Maryland - College Park
University of Michigan - Ann Arbor
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
University of Texas - Austin
University of Virginia
University of Washington
University of Wisconsin - Madison

Baltimore City Community College
Bunker Hill Community College
Dutchess Community College
El Centro College
Evergreen Valley College
Frederick Community College
Hudson County Community College
J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College
Jefferson State Community College
Kapiolani Community College
Manatee Community College
Midlands Technical College
Normandale Community College
Pellissippi State Technical Community College
Polk Community College
Prairie State College
Southwest Tennessee Community College
South Puget Sound Community College
Tacoma Community College
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* ADMINISTRATIVE ORGANIZATION
Board of Trustees

President
Lee T. Todd, Jr.

Athletics

Vice Pres. for
Corporate Relations &
Economic Outreach

Chief Development
Officer

Commission for
Diversity

Commission on the
Status of Women

Legal Counsel

Larry W. Ivy

Joseph L. Fink III

Terry B. Mobley

Deneese L. Jones

Carolyn S. Bratt

Richard E. Plymale

Provost

Vice President
for Research

Senior Vice President
for Administration

Michael T. Nietzel
(Acting)

James A. Boling
(Acting)

Jack C. Blanton
(Acting)

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Senior Vice President
& Chancellor of
the Medical Center

James W. Holsinger, Jr.

* BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Paul W. Chellgren
Marianne Smith Edge
John R. Guthrie
Loys L. Mather
Pamela R. May
Robert P. Meriwether
Billy Joe Miles
Elissa Plattner
Claire Pomeroy
Steven S. Reed

Covington
Alumni Member
Alumni Member
Faculty Member
Pikeville
Paducah
Owensboro
Camp Springs
Faculty Member
Louisville

(2003)
(2006)
(2002)
(2002)
(2007)
(2004)
(2007)
(2004)
(2004)
(2006)

Tim Robinson
C. Frank Shoop
Marian Moore Sims
Alice Stevens Sparks
W. Grady Stumbo
JoEtta Y. Wickliffe
Billy B. Wilcoxson
Russ Williams
Elaine A. Wilson
Barbara S. Young

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

(2002)
(2002)
(2004)
(2005)
(2003)
(2003)
(2002)
(2004)
(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
established; 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
University of Kentucky; Graduate
School established
1918 College of Engineering established
1923 College of Education established
1925 College of Business and Econ. established

1941
1947
1956
1957
1960

1962
1963
1964

1965

1966
1967
1968

Herman L. Donovan became President
College of Pharmacy moved to University
Frank G. Dickey became President
Ashland Extension Center established
Medical Center established; College of Med.
admitted first class; College of Nursing admitted
first class; Henderson Extension Center established;
Southeast Extension Center established
College of Dentistry admitted first class;
University Hospital opened
John W. Oswald became President
Community College System established;
Elizabethtown Comm. College established;
Prestonsburg Comm. College established;
College of Architecture established
Hopkinsville Comm. College established;
Somerset Comm. College established;
Lexington Technical Institute (LTI) established
College of Allied Health Professions established
College of Home Economics established
Albert D. Kirwan became President; Jefferson
Comm. College established; Paducah Comm.
College established; Hazard Comm. College
established; Maysville Comm. College
established; Madisonville Comm. College
established

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1969 College of Social Work established;
Otis A. Singletary became President
1970 College of Library and Information
Science established
1976 College of Communications established;
College of Fine Arts established
1982 University reorganized with a Central
Administration and three sectors
headed by Chancellors (Lexington
Campus, Medical Center, and Comm.
College System)
1984 LTI became Lexington Comm. College
1986 Owensboro Comm. College established
1987 David P. Roselle became President
1990 Charles T. Wethington, Jr. became
President
1993 College of Communications and
Information Studies established
1998 William T. Young Library opened;
Management of Comm. College
System (except Lexington Comm.
College) transferred to the Kentucky
Comm. and Technical College System
2001 Lee T. Todd, Jr. became President;
University reorganized with a Provost
model

* VALUES
The values of the University guide our decisions and behavior. We value:
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academic excellence and freedom;
personal integrity;
the creation, synthesis, application,
and