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2002-2003

* January 2003
I am pleased to provide you with this profile of facts and statistics about the people and programs at the University of
Kentucky. The 2002-2003 Fact Booklet contains a summary of current facts about enrollment, retention, degrees
conferred, tuition and fees, faculty salaries, and other items of interest to policy makers and citizens alike. Also
included is a summary of the University of Kentucky’s 2002-2003 Operating Budget.
The University of Kentucky achieved several academic milestones during the past year. For the first time, U.S. News &
World Report ranked the university among the top 50 public universities in the nation. We succeeded in attracting the
largest class of first-year students in our history. Many of these students arrived at the university with very strong
academic credentials, which reflects, in part, the benefits of our new Governor’s Scholars Scholarship Program and
Legacy Tuition Program. We also witnessed a record number of students enrolling in graduate programs. Stepped-up
efforts to improve graduation rates are also showing signs of success. Last year, the percentage of students graduating
within six years was the highest in our institution’s history.
In the area of research, the University of Kentucky moved up two slots in the annual rankings published by the National
Science Foundation. The university is currently ranked 47th among all research universities and colleges in research
expenditures. The university reported over $200 million in research expenditures for the fiscal year 2000, an increase of
16 percent over the previous year. In recent years, the university has surpassed its previous records in the number of
new grants and contracts acquired by faculty.
Unfortunately, faculty salaries continue to lag well behind our benchmark institutions. In 2001-2002, the average
salary paid to faculty was 10 percent below the median of our benchmarks. Our vision of a top-20 public research
university hinges upon our ability to attract and maintain high quality faculty members. Increasing faculty salaries will
be difficult to accomplish given Kentucky’s poor economic picture. We must, however, find a way to reward our
faculty for their expertise and hard work.
Several much-needed buildings were constructed during the past year, and work continues on a number of other capital

* projects. The Health Sciences and the Ralph G. Anderson Mechanical Engineering buildings were recently completed.
Among the projects under construction are the Agricultural Plant Sciences facility, the Biomedical/Biological Sciences
Research Building, the UK Center for Rural Health, and the Linda and Jack Gill Heart Institute. All of us are anticipating the reconstruction and improvements planned for the Administration Building following the disastrous fire in the
spring of 2001.
During the past year, the University of Kentucky has been engaged in systematic planning efforts in its quest to become
one of the nation’s top-20 public research institutions. The Futures Task Force has assessed the current status of our
scholarly and educational strengths and recommended areas where the university should invest new or reallocated
resources. A university-wide task force has recommended integrating the Medical Center into the Provost Model, an
organizational change that will help us be more competitive in the health care marketplace and allocate fiscal resources
in a more effective manner.
Our legislators, educators, and citizens should know whether or not their investments in the University of Kentucky are
paying off. The Top 20 Task Force has recommended criteria and measures that the university will use to assess progress
toward our goal of becoming one of the country’s premier public research institutions. Of special note, the task force
has proposed measures that will monitor our success in solving many of Kentucky’s “Uglies,” including poverty,
illiteracy, and a myriad of health-related ailments that afflict our citizens. The work of the Top 20 Task Force provides
the framework for the university’s next strategic plan—The Dream and The Challenge. The University of Kentucky is
dedicated to improving the lives of all Kentuckians. We support the Commonwealth’s strategic agenda for an educated
citizenry, a thriving economy, a safe environment, a healthy population, and a culturally enriched society. Ultimately,
we shall judge our success by the degree to which we make this vision a reality for all the citizens of our state.
Sincerely,

Lee T. Todd, Jr.
President

* Table of Contents
UK Vision and Mission
Enrollment
Freshman Profile

3
4-8
9

Research and Development

26

University Endowment

27

Endowed Chairs and Professorships

28

Retention and Graduation Rates

10-11

New Facilities

29

Degrees Conferred

12-13

Land and Space

30

General Equipment Inventories

31

Annual Tuition and Fees

14

Faculty and Staff

15-19

Library Collections

32

Alumni and Student Origin Maps

20-21

Benchmarks

33

Budgeted Revenues and Expenditures

22-23

Administrative Organization

34

Private Giving

24

Board of Trustees

35

Grant and Contract Awards

25

Administrative History

36

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* 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, health care, and agricultural partners here and abroad to
disseminate, share and apply knowledge.
-- UK Strategic Plan, adopted by the Board of Trustees, May 1998

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* ENROLLMENT - University System
Headcount and Full-time Equivalent (FTE)
30,000

Fall 2002 Headcount
Level
Full-time Part-time Total
Undergraduate 15,928
1,950 17,878
Graduate
3,054
2,713
5,767
Postdoctoral
232
0
232
First Professional 1,333
55
1,388
House Staff
476
0
476
Total
21,023
4,718 25,741

25,000

25,741
24,288

20,000

24,217

24,378

24,061

24,171

24,394

20,021
FTE

20,012

20,290

20,223

20,307

20,729

23,742

23,852

20,128

20,399

24,791

20,840

21,808

15,000

10,000

5,000

0
1993 1994

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1995 1996

1997 1998

Fall Semester

1999 2000

2001 2002

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

Fall 2002 Headcount
Level
Associate

Full-time Part-time Total
5,241
3,029
8,270

9,000
8,000

8,270
7,793

7,000

7,214
6,807

6,000
5,000

6,118

5,046

5,018

5,228

5,500

5,558

4,461

4,000
3,000

5,405
4,733

5,014

4,011
3,125
FTE

3,151

3,384

3,506

3,658

2,000
1,000
0
1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002

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Fall Semester

* ENROLLMENT - Fall 2002 at a Glance
Univ.
System
12,227
13,514
25,741

% of
Total
47.5
52.5
100.0

LCC
3,637
4,633
8,270

% of
Total
44.0
56.0
100.0

Full-time
Part-time
Total

21,023
4,718
25,741

81.7
18.3
100.0

5,241
3,029
8,270

63.4
36.6
100.0

Resident
Non-resident
Total

20,720
5,021
25,741

80.5
19.5
100.0

8,011
259
8,270

96.9
3.1
100.0

Men
Women
Total

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

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Univ.
System
4,980
3,487
3,678
5,289
444
17,878
3,041
2,154
572
5,767
1,388
708
25,741

% of
Total
19.3
13.5
14.3
20.5
1.7
69.3
11.8
8.4
2.2
22.4
5.4
2.8
100.0

% of
LCC Total
4,272 51.7
3,210 38.8

788
9.5
8,270 100.0

0

0.0

8,270 100.0

* ENROLLMENT - Fall 2002 by Race/Ethnicity
First Post House
Undergrad. Grad. Prof. Doc. Staff LCC Total
Black,
Non-Hispanic
925
310
52
1
11 897 2,196
Amer. Indian/
Alaskan Native
20
16
1
0
0
36
73
Asian/Pacific
Islander
307
87
51
11 33 109
598
Hispanic
156
48
14
2
8
88
316
International
278 1,057
10 164 37
66 1,612
Not Reported
308
381
74 16 147 289 1,215
White
15,884 3,868 1,186 38 240 6,785 28,001
Total
17,878 5,767 1,388 232 476 8,270 34,011

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American
Indian
0.21%

Black, NonHispanic
6.46%

Asian/Pacific
Islander
1.76%
Hispanic
0.93%
International
4.74%
Not Reported
3.57%

White
82.33%

Total = 34,011

* APPLIED, ADMITTED and ENROLLED
University System
First-time Freshmen
Fall 2002
Applied
Admitted
Enrolled

8,879
7,250
3,718

9,000
8,000
7,000 7,547
6,000

7,789

7,899

7,995

8,318

6,644

6,082
5,000 5,850

6,182

8,879

8,449

6,914

7,250

5,980

4,000
3,000
2,000

3,718
2,637

2,626

2,849

2,682

2,928

Applied
Admitted
Enrolled

1,000
0
1996

3,037

1997

1998

1999

2000

Fall Semester

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2001

2002

* 2002 FRESHMAN PROFILE - University System
In fall 2002 , the university enrolled
3,718 first-time freshmen, with
nearly one third presenting a high
school GPA of 3.8 or higher, and including:
239 Governor’s Scholars
148 High School Valedictorians
51 National Merit Scholars

250

200

150

125

94
3.50

3.46

50

3.43
3.39

135
121

125

106

112

118

82

100
3.49

239

Governor's
Valedictorian
Nat'l Merit

77

126

132
119

148
98

125

73

67

127

103

125

106
86

74
56

65

59

49

51

High School GPA

0
93

94

95

96

97

98

99

00

01

02

1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002

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Fall Semester

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

2001
2000
1999
1998
1997
1996
1995
1994

Overall
79.3
77.7
80.4
78.8
79.7
77.9
78.5
77.8

Black,
White Non-Hispanic Other
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.

First-to-Second Year Overall Retention Rate
81
80.4
80
79

78.8

78.5
78.9

78
77

79.3

79.7

77.8

77.9

77.7

76.8

76
75
1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001

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Fall Cohort

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

Six-Year Graduation Rate*

1996
1995
1994
1993
1992
1991
1990

Black,
Overall White Non-Hispanic Other
57.7
59.1
43.2
53.9
57.2
58.2
38.5
63.2
55.3
57.1
35.4
48.2
53.0
54.8
32.5
52.3
50.7
52.0
36.1
46.6
48.1
49.3
34.4
45.9
49.2
50.2
37.2
45.9

*Fall 1996 cohort numbers are preliminary.

60
58
56

57.2

54

55.3

52

53.0

50
48

57.7

50.7
49.2
48.1

46
44
1990

1991

1992

1993

1994

Fall Cohort

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1995

1996

* DEGREES CONFERRED
2001-2002
$
Associate*
488
%
Baccalaureate
3,488
*
Graduate
1,140
3
First Professional 343
* Degrees awarded by Lexington
Community College

4,000
3,500

3488
3285

3247

3239

3187

3,000
2,500
2,000
1365

1,500

1338

1316

1274

1140

1,000
500

363

363 396

365 384

369 438

375

488

0
97-98

98-99

99-00
Academic Year

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00-01

01-02

343

* DEGREES CONFERRED - By College
2001-2002
First
College
Assoc. Bacc. Mast.* Doc. Prof.
Agriculture
- 274
50
20
Architecture
61
2
Arts & Sciences
- 769
112
76
Business & Economics
- 828 102
18
Comm. & Info. Studies - 320
76
3
Dentistry
3
49
Education
- 271 197
29
Engineering
- 332
69
17
Fine Arts
- 139
15
6
Grad. School Med Center 10
9
-

First
College
Assoc. Bacc. Mast.* Doc. Prof.
Grad. School Provost
52
3
Health Sciences
- 179
85
Human Env. Sciences
- 171
17
Law
108
Lex. Comm. College 488
Medicine
12
21
88
Nursing
78
29
5
Pharmacy
2
8
98
Social Work
66
91
1
Total
488 3,488 924 216 343

* Includes Specialist degrees

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* ANNUAL TUITION and FEES
Resident Tuition and Fees Combined

2002-03
Resident
)
Graduate
6
Undergraduate
%
LCC

$4,500

Tuition
$ 3,852
3,480
1,752

Fees
$ 495
$ 495
$ 495

Non-resident
Tuition
Graduate
$ 11,070
Undergraduate
10,032
LCC
5,808

Fees
$ 495
$ 495
$ 495

$4,347

$4,000
$3,500
$3,000

$2,916

$2,500
$2,000
$1,500

$3,975

$2,676

$1,870

$2,247

$1,956

$1,710

$1,000
$500
*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
90-91

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92-93*

94-95

96-97

98-99

Academic Year

00-01

02-03

* FACULTY and STAFF
2001-2002
Full-time Employees
Exec./Admin./Managerial
Faculty
Other Professional
Secretarial/Clerical
Tech./Paraprofessional
Skilled Crafts
Service/Maintenance
Total

Lexington
Community
College

University System
Educational Hospital
& General & Auxiliary Total
300
89
389
1875
0
1875
2251
1655
3906
1358
747
2105
784
282
1066
188
29
217
755
515
1270
7,511
3,317
10,828

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% Total
3.6%
17.3%
36.1%
19.4%
9.8%
2.0%
11.7%
100%

Total % Total
10
3.9%
156 60.2%
47 18.1%
40 15.4%
2
0.8%
2
0.8%
2
0.8%
259
100%

* FACULTY and STAFF - By Race/Ethnicity/Gender
University System
2001-2002

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
15
0
57
3
152
3
277
0
109
3
34
0
450
0
1,094
9

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Asian/
Pacific
Islander Hispanic White
4
2
368
151
20
1,644
125
11
3,615
19
4
1,805
46
5
903
3
0
180
21
4
795
369
46
9,310

Female
155
584
2,611
1,898
621
5
551
6,425

Male
234
1,291
1,295
207
445
212
719
4,403

* FACULTY - By Race/Ethnicity/Gender
University System
Tenured and Tenure-track Faculty
2001-2002

Full-time Faculty
Professors
Associate Professors
Assistant Professors
Instructors
Total

Black,
American Indian/
Asian/
Non-Hispanic Alaskan Native Pac. Islander
M
F
M
F
M
F
6
4
1
0
40
6
19
11
1
0
28
8
6
8
1
0
27
7
0
0
0
0
0
0
31
23
3
0
95 21

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Hispanic
M F
4
0
2
2
4
2
0
0
10
4

White
M
F
490 77
348 187
183 122
3
13
1,024 399

* FACULTY SALARIES - University System
Fall
2001
2000
1999
1998*
1997
1996
1995
1994
1993
1992

All-ranks
Average Salary
$66,713
64,842
62,314
60,714
58,660
57,024
55,297
53,750
52,152
50,602 .

Benchmark
Median Salary
$74,184
73,892
68,138
64,954*
60,644
58,916
57,617
54,899
53,962
52,235

* Using a revised set of benchmark institutions

Percent Below or Above the Benchmark Median

1%
0%
-1%
-2%
-2.1%
-3%
-4% -3.1% -3.4%
-3.2% -3.3%
-4.0%
-5%
-6%
-7%
-6.5%
-8%
-9%
-8.5%
-10%
-10.1%
-11%
-12%
-13%
-12.2%
1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001

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* FACULTY SALARIES - Lexington Community College
Fall
2001
2000
1999
1998
1997
1996
1995

All-ranks
Average Salary
$43,529
41,622
38,115
37,683
35,520*
35,768
33,251

National
Median Salary**
$47,834
46,394
46,484
45,653
43,760
43,016
41,640

* Prior to fall 1997, the All-ranks Average Salary was
computed for the Community College System.
**AAUP National All-Ranks Average Salary for
Community Colleges

Percent Below or Above the National Median
2%
0%
-2%
-4%
-6%
-8%
-10%
-12%
-14%
-16%
-18%
-20%
-22%

-10.3%

-16.8%
-18.8%

-20.1%
1995

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1996

1997

-17.5%

1998

-9.0%

-18.0%
1999

2000

2001

* KENTUCKY ALUMNI

Boone Campbell
1,498
1,439
Kenton
2,732
Bracken
Gallatin
Pendleton 319 Mason
65
Greenup
Grant 155
Lewis
Carroll
1,130
1,313
Robertson
238
Trimble 149 Owen 274
84
Boyd
109
Harrison
Carter
Fleming
Henry 128
3,005
655 Nicholas
Oldham
526
473
314
Scott
227
1,444
Rowan
Franklin 1,563 Bourbon
Bath
Elliott
343
2,373
139
934
Jefferson Shelby
36 Lawrence
Woodford
976
374
23,449
Fayette Montgomery
1,905
472
Morgan
Spencer
32,391 Clark
Menifee
Johnson
Bullitt
118
240 Anderson
Meade
Jessamine 1,310 Powell 27
957 Martin
923
652
282
154
420
2,244
Hancock
Magoffin
Wolfe
Madison
Washington Mercer
221 Breckinridge
323
114
752
1,515 Estill
Floyd
Nelson 278
Hardin
Henderson Daviess
357
108 Lee
2,050
1,195
Pike
Breathitt
Boyle Garrard
4,008
69
2,007
Union
3,257
372
1,270
328
1,020
Larue
Marion
656
Jackson Owsley
Lincoln
433
360
Webster McLean
Knott
Ohio
Grayson
77
67
450
489
313
Perry 573
Taylor
446
520
Rockcastle
1,524
361
Crittenden
Hart
Casey
199
Hopkins
Green
Clay
Letcher
191
183
257
2,034
134
197
Leslie
Livingston
Edmonson
Laurel
1,263
Muhlenberg Butler
Pulaski
428
306
51
35
776
917
2,513
Adair
Caldwell
McCracken
451
Ballard 3,407
Metcalfe 175 Russell
Knox
Lyon
Warren
252
38
206
Barren
Harlan
242
1,000
458
Christian
Logan
Wayne
Whitley
385
2,365
2,430
219
Carlisle
Marshall
Cumberland
Bell
573
596
Todd
Trigg
Allen
McCreary
161 Graves
761
989
Simpson
Monroe 66 Clinton
277
441
59
446
148
199
54
Hickman 851
Calloway
64
Fulton
338
109

By County of Residence*
Fall 2002
Total = 141,316

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

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* KENTUCKY STUDENTS

Boone Campbell
476
455
Kenton
847
Bracken
Gallatin
Pendleton 22 Mason
Greenup
Carroll 21 Grant 59
Lewis
124
168
39
Robertson
78
30
Trimble
Owen
9
Boyd
24
Harrison
Carter
Fleming
Henry 56
280
205 Nicholas
Oldham
71
68
58
Scott
33
382
Rowan
Franklin 642
Bath
Bourbon
Elliott
105
573
30
298
Jefferson Shelby
20 Lawrence
186
Woodford Fayette
Montgomery
46
2,822
535
183 Menifee Morgan
Spencer
8,900 Clark
Johnson
Bullitt
27
36 Anderson
481 Powell 10
Meade
Jessamine
110 Martin
228
99
34
83
877
89
Hancock
Magoffin
Wolfe
Madison
Washington Mercer
37
Estill
Breckinridge
31
13
405
239
Floyd
Nelson 100
Hardin
Lee
Henderson Daviess
53
42
233
251
Pike
Breathitt
Boyle Garrard
491
20
191
Union
556
102
338
43
277
Larue
Marion
44
Jackson Owsley
Lincoln
58
119
Knott
Webster McLean
Ohio
Grayson
29
16
102
42
33
28
Perry
Taylor
66
36
Rockcastle
148
125
Hart
Casey
Crittenden
54
Clay
Hopkins
Green
Letcher
26
48
16
97
140
41
Edmonson
Leslie
Laurel
Livingston
101
Muhlenberg Butler
Pulaski
8
9
52
193
15
98
291
Adair
Caldwell
McCracken
43
58
Ballard
Metcalfe
Knox
328
Russell
Lyon
Warren
31
24
78
Barren
Harlan
53
16
227
Christian
Logan
Wayne
Whitley
94
119
161
62
Cumberland
Bell
Carlisle
Marshall
58
151
Todd
McCreary
Trigg
115
11 Graves
91
Simpson Allen
Monroe 15 Clinton
9
23
24
33
43
23
24
Hickman 87
Calloway
12
Fulton
74
25

By County of Origin*
Fall 2002
Total = 27,488

* Includes Lexington Community College and UK students
(Note: LCC enrolled 7,887 students from 120 Kentucky counties.)

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* REVENUE

(In Millions)

Revised Budget
Budget
Source of Funds
2001-02
2002-03
State Appropriation
$ 322.2
$ 313.4
Tuition and Fees
129.5
139.9
County Appropriations
8.9
9.1
Sales and Services of Educational Activities
28.2
35.1
Endowment and Investment Income
12.1
11.6
Sales and Services of Auxiliary Enterprises
41.1
43.2
Gifts, Grants and Contracts
104.1
111.3
Hospital
333.4
321.1
Fund Balances
20.1
21.8
Affiliated Corporations
207.7
232.0
Restricted Funds
98.6
102.6
Total
$ 1,305.9
$ 1,341.1

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* EXPENDITURES

(In Millions)

Revised Budget Budget
Program
2001-02
2002-03
Instruction
$ 266.8
$ 269.4
Research
187.2
208.4
Public Service
162.0
170.3
Academic Support
77.9
83.6
Student Services
20.0
20.0
Institutional Support
51.0
53.0
Operations and Maintenance 47.8
49.7
Student Financial Aid
56.0
63.6
Mandatory Transfers
(Debt Service)
21.2
19.4
Auxiliary Services
81.6
84.2
Hospital
334.4
319.5
Total
$ 1,305.9
$ 1,341.1

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Revised Budget
Budget
Category
2001-02
2002-03
Personnel Costs
$ 728.6
$ 781.3
Operating Expenses
503.0
493.5
Mandatory Transfers
(Debt Service)
32.9
30.7
Capital Outlay
41.4
35.6
Total
$ 1,305.9
$ 1,341.1

* PRIVATE GIVING
2001-2002

(In Millions)

$70
$60.9

Alumni
Non-alumni
Corporations
Foundations
Trusts/Associations
Total

$ 15.6
7.5
12.4
19.1
6.3
$ 60.9

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

$60

$55.4
$47.6

$50
$37.0

$40

$39.0

$48.0*

$48.5

$41.4

$31.6

$30

$26.8

$20
$10
$0
92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02

Fiscal Year
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* GRANT and CONTRACT AWARDS (In Millions)
2001-2002

$225

$212.0

$200

By Category of Support
Instruction
Research
Public Service
Other
Total

$75

By Source

)
Federal
6
State
%
Business, Industry, Other

58%
19%
23%

$173.6

$175

$ 10.6
$150
165.0
35.3
$125
1.1
$100
$ 212.0

$148.8
$113.3 $110.6

$121.9 $127.9

59%
61%

58%

60%

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

16%

19%

23%

22%

20%

18%

57%

56%
19%

$50
$25

60%
55%

$96.0 $98.2

62%

58%

$128.0*

20%

21%

23%

24%

22%

19%

20%

20%

23%

21%

22%

19%

23%

92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02

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Fiscal Year

* RESEARCH and DEVELOPMENT (In Thousands)
Research and Development Expenditures
Fiscal
Year
2001
2000
1999
1998
1997
1996
1995
1994
1993
1992

Federally
Total
Financed
R&D
R&D
Expenditures* Expenditures*
$ 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
102,911
46,774
92,244
39,828

*as reported to the National Science Foundation

$225,000
$200,000
$175,000

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

$150,000
$125,000
$100,000
$75,000
$50,000
$25,000
$0
1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001

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Fiscal Year Ending June 30

* UNIVERSITY ENDOWMENT (In Thousands)
Market Value of University Endowment
$450,000

Fiscal
Year
2002
2001
2000
1999
1998
1997
1996
1995
1994
1993

Market Value
of
Univ. Endow.
$ 399,030
420,838
371,373
329,543
219,740
195,091
161,377
141,616
112,390
108,796

$400,000
$350,000
$300,000
$250,000
$200,000
$150,000
$100,000
$50,000
$0
1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002
Fiscal Year Ending June 30

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* ENDOWED CHAIRS and PROFESSORSHIPS
Endowed Chairs
Professorships

200
180
160
140
120
100
80
60
40
20
0

185
166
126
75

67

77

45
22

1999 Prior
to RCTF

2000

2001

Fiscal Year Ending June 30

Source: Office of Research Assessment, 12/6/02

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2002

* NEW FACILITIES
Under Construction
Health Sciences Building Fit-up 5th Floor
Agricultural Plant Sciences Facility
Gluck Equine Research Center Renovation
Linda and Jack Gill Heart Institute
Seaton Center Addition/Renovation
Biomedical/Biological Sciences Research Building
UK Center for Rural Health

Funding
Anticipated
Scope
Source
On-line Date
$ 7,000,000
Agency
Fall 2003
21,120,000
Agency
Spring 2003
4,700,000
Agency
Spring 2003
27,200,000
Agency/Private
Fall 2003
15,350,000
Agency
Spring 2003
72,590,000
State/Agency
Fall 2004
11,100,000 State/Private/Agency Spring 2004

In Planning and Design
Administration Building

$ 16,075,000

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Agency

Fall 2004

* LAND and SPACE*
2001-02
Acreage***
Assignable Square Footage in Buildings***
Classroom
Laboratory
Office
Study
Special
General
Support
Health Care
Residential
Unclassified
Total
*
**
***

University
System
779

Lexington
Community
College
-

Other**
23,742

Total
24,521

207,002
997,855
1,485,274
416,054
699,488
608,760
1,933,275
440,101
1,202,389
165,882
8,156,080

42,619
43,473
47,772
6,463
990
5,782
1,904
149,003

3,413
83,063
49,132
2,207
522,673
149,784
243,270
2,036
172,806
100,375
1,328,759

253,034
1,124,391
1,582,178
424,724
1,223,151
764,326
2,178,449
442,137
1,375,195
266,257
9,633,842

Excludes space provided at no cost; includes leased space
Includes research farms, Robinson Forest, substations, 4-H camps, and Adena Park
Based on fall 2001 Physical Facilities and Land Inventory

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* GENERAL EQUIPMENT INVENTORIES
(In Millions)

Inventory 6/30/01
University
System

Ed. and General
Educational Aids
Research
Physical Plant**
Computing
Communications
Office
Other
Subtotal
Hospital
Aux. Enterprises**
Total

$ 57.0
73.4
1.7
56.2
8.4
21.0
18.1
$ 235.8
99.1
7.1
$ 342.0

Net Change 6/30/02*

Lexington
Comm.
College

University
System

$ 1.1
2.0
0.9
$ 4.0
$ 4.0

$ 5.7
(10.2)
(1.7)
(1.8)
(2.8)
(8.9)
1.7
$ (18.0)
(7.0)
15.3
$ (9.7)

Lexington
Comm.
College
$ (0.2)
0.4
(0.3)
$ (0.1)
$ (0.1)

Inventory 6/30/02*
University
System
$ 62.7
63.2
54.4
5.6
12.1
19.8
$ 217.8
92.1
22.4
$ 332.3

* The capitalization policy limit increased effective July 1, 2001, thus eliminating many items from the inventory.
** All service center equipment, including Physical Plant equipment, has been classified under auxiliary enterprises.

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Lexington
Comm.
College
$ 0.9
2.4
0.6
$ 3.9
$ 3.9

* LIBRARY COLLECTIONS
2001-02

Volumes Held
Current Periodical Titles
Microforms
Audio-visual Materials

University System
2,989,443
25,917
6,202,256
82,722

Lexington
Community College
37,816
229
1,570
2,804

In addition to the above, the Library’s collections include 235,036 maps; 5,750 Oral History program interviews; 226 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 online 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 online 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
UK Board of Trustees

○

President

○

○

Lee T. Todd, Jr.

○

Director of Athletics

Commission on Diversity

○

Mitch Barnhart

○
○

○

○

J. John Harris, III
○

Legal Counsel

○

Paul Van Booven

○

○

Vice President for
Development
Terry B. Mobley

Senior Vice
President and
Chancellor
for the
Medical Center

Vice President for
Institutional
Research,
Planning, and
Effectiveness

Provost

Jack C. Blanton
(Acting)

James W.
Holsinger , Jr.

Connie A. Ray

Michael T. Nietzel

Vice President
for Research
○

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Vice President for
Corporate
Relations and
Economic
Outreach

Vice President
for Academic
Outreach and
Public Service

Wendy Baldwin

Joseph L. Fink, III

Retia S. Walker

○

Senior Vice
President for
Administration

Commission on the
Status of Women
vacant

* BOARD of TRUSTEES
Paul W. Chellgren
Marianne Smith Edge
Myra Leigh Tobin
Michael Kennedy
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
Lousiville

(2003)
(2006)
(2008)
(2005)
(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 Willams
Elaine A. Wilson
Barbara S. Young

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

(2003)
(2008)
(2004)
(2005)
(2003)
(2003)
(2008)
(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 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
University of Kentucky; Graduate School
established
1918 College of Engineering established
1923 College of Education established
1925 College of Business and Econ. established
1941 Herman L. Donovan became President
1947 College of Pharmacy moved to
University of Kentucky

1956 Frank G. Dickey became President
1957 Ashland Extension Center established
1960 Medical Center established; College of
Med. admitted first class; College of
Nursing admitted first class; Henderson
Extension Center and Southeast Extension
Center established
1962 College of Dentistry admitted first class;
University Hospital opened
1963 John W. Oswald became President
1964 Community College System established;
Elizabethtown Comm. College and
Prestonsburg Comm. College established;
College of Architecture established
1965 Hopkinsville Comm. College and
Somerset Comm. College established;
Lexington Technical Institute (LTI)
established
1966 College of Allied Health Professions
established
1967 College of Home Economics established
1968 Albert D. Kirwan became President;
Jefferson Comm. College, Paducah
Comm. College, Hazard Comm. College,
Maysville Comm. College, and
Madisonville Comm. College established

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1969
1970
1976
1982

1984
1986
1987
1990
1993
1998

2001

2002

College of Social Work established;
Otis A. Singletary became President
College of Library and Information
Science established
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 Comm. College System)
LTI became Lexington Comm. College
Owensboro Comm. College established
David P. Roselle became President
Charles T. Wethington, Jr. became
President
College of Communications and
Information Studies established
William T. Young Library opened;
All Comm. Colleges (except LCC)
transferred to the KCTCS
Lee T. Todd, Jr. became President;
University reorganized with a
Provost model
College of Design established

* VALUES
The values of the University guide our decisions and behavior. We value:
• academic excellence and freedom;
• personal integrity;
• the creation, synthesis, application,
and teaching of knowledge;
• lifelong learning;
• the success of our students;
• the personal and professional
development of our faculty and staff;

•
•
•
•

mutual respect and collaboration;
cultural diversity and human dignity;
personal and institutional accountability;
service to local, state, national, and
international communities; and
• the continuous improvement of our
programs and administrative processes.

-- UK Strategic Plan, adopted by the Board of Trustees, May 1998

* A
D
E
F
G
H
P
R

Area Health Education Centers
Rural Economic Development Center
Engineering Center
Research Farms
Graduate Centers
Rural Health Center
Princeton Substation
Robinson Forest, Quicksand Substation
and Wood Utilization Center
G Owensboro

F
A
Louisville

A Madisonville
P
G A Paducah
E

G
Highland
Heights
A
Wil