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PRESIDENTS REPORT
SOUTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY
  • Andrew Hugine, Jr., Ph.D.
  • Board of Trustees Meeting
  • September 27, 2007

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Comparative Data on 1890 Universities (2005)
Main Grad Rate State Pct Pell Size Sector
South Carolina State University 46.80 SC 70.30 3,669 Public
Florida Agricultural And Mechanical University 44.50 FL 55.10 9,759 Public
Tennessee State University 44.20 TN 56.60 6,261 Public
Alcorn State University 43.70 MS 77.70 2,771 Public
University Of Maryland-Eastern Shore 41.80 MD 51.80 3,255 Public
Virginia State University 40.70 VA 59.20 4,151 Public
Lincoln University Of Pennsylvania 40.40 PA 70 1,673 Public
North Carolina A T State University 39.50 NC 51 9,149 Public
Delaware State University 35.10 DE 52.10 3,111 Public
Alabama A M University 32 AL 72.30 4,770 Public
Prairie View A M University 31.30 TX 54.50 5,327 Public
University Of Arkansas At Pine Bluff 30.30 AR 75.30 2,931 Public
Southern University And A M College 26.60 LA 72 8,278 Public
Fort Valley State University 25.10 GA 68.50 1,814 Public
West Virginia State University 22.80 WV N/A 2,762 Public
Kentucky State University 20.80 KY 53.40 1,822 Public
The indicators are graduation rate for 2005
(First-Time Freshmen enrolled Fall 1998),
location of the college/university, percentage of
undergraduates receiving a Pell grant, sector.
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2000 Cohort Graduation Rate Information of
Full-time, First time Degree Seeking Freshmen for
4-year South Carolina Institutions(Completers in
150 of Normal Time)
Research Universities Graduation Rate
Clemson 75.1
USC Columbia 62.8
Sub total Research Universities 69.5
Teaching Colleges Universities
The Citadel 71.3
Coastal Carolina University 42.3
College of Charleston 60.7
Francis Marion University 38.0
Lander University 40.5
South Carolina State University 53.8
USC Aiken 40.0
USC - Beaufort
USC - Upstate 35.5
Winthrop University 58.0
Sub total 51.6
Total 59.5
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Percent Pell Grant RecipientsSouth Carolina
Research and Teaching Universities
Headcount Enrollment Degree Seeking Full-Time Number of Students Degree Seeking Full-Time Receiving Pell Percentage of Degree Seeking Receiving Pell
RESEARCH INSTITUTIONS
Clemson University             8,793                  1,435                 16
USC Columbia           12,163                  3,233                 27
Medical University of SC                223                          -                   0
TEACHING INSTITUTIONS
The Citadel                909                     171                 19
Coastal Carolina University             2,696                  1,000                 37
College of Charleston             5,254                  1,178                 22
Francis Marion University             2,718                  1,216                 45
Lander University             2,242                     786                 35
SC State University             2,701                  1,870                 69
USC Aiken             2,024                     722                 36
USC Beaufort                489                     162                 33
USC Upstate             3,109                  1,263                 41
Winthrop University             3,957                  1,341                 34
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U.S. News.com Americas Best Colleges
2008Economic Diversity Among All National
Universities
Economic diversity has received growing
attention in higher education, particularly at
elite schools that haven't traditionally enrolled
large numbers of low-income students or students
from low-income families. This table shows the
percentage of undergraduates receiving federal
Pell grants for low-income students. The
proportion of students on Pell grants, which are
most often given to undergrads with family
incomes under 20,000, isn't a perfect measure of
an institution's efforts to achieve economic
diversity A college might enroll a large number
of students just above the Pell cutoff, for
instance, and percentages at public universities
may reflect the wide variation from state to
state in the number of qualified low-income
students. Still, many experts say that Pell
figures are the best available gauge of how many
low-income undergrads there are on a given
campus. Pell grant percentages were calculated
using 2005-2006 data on grant recipients
collected by the U.S. Dept. of Education and fall
2005 total undergraduate enrollment collected
from the colleges themselves.
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Economic Diversity Among All National
UniversitiesTop Tenth
Institution Percentage of Undergraduates Receiving Pell Grants
University of La Verne (CA) 90
Jackson State University (MS) 74
South Carolina State University 69
Polytechnic University (NY) 58
Tennessee State University 54
University of TexasEl Paso 54
Texas AM Univ.Kingsville 52
Univ. of Southern Mississippi 50
Utah State University 50
North Carolina AT State Univ. 49
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Economic Diversity Among All National
UniversitiesBottom Tenth
Institution Percentage of Undergraduates Receiving Pell Grants
Duke University (NC) 9
George Washington University (DC) 9
Lehigh University (PA) 9
Rice University (TX) 9
Tufts University (MA) 9
University of Notre Dame (IN) 9
Yale University (CT) 9
College of William and Mary (VA) 8
University of Delaware 8
Princeton University (NJ) 7
University of Virginia 7
Wake Forest University (NC) 7
Washington University in St. Louis 6
Other Schools of Interest
Univ. of South CarolinaColumbia 22
Clemson University (SC) 14
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Accreditation of Degree-Granting Programs
Areas Eligible for Accreditation Areas with one or More Programs Accredited Accredited
Clemson 15 15 100
USC Columbia 27 27 100
MUSC 16 16 100
The Citadel 4 3 75
Coastal Carolina University 5 4 80
College of Charleston 8 7 88
Francis Marion University 6 5 83
Lander University 7 6 86
SC State University 14 13 93
USC Aiken 4 4 100
USC Beaufort 2 0 Programs approved 2004
USC - Upstate 5 5 100
Winthrop University 14 14 100
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Full Time Headcount Faculty with Terminal Degrees
as defined by SACS
Research Universities Percent
Clemson 97.1
USC Columbia 79.5
MUSC 99.0
Sub total Research Universities 88.1
Teaching Colleges Universities
The Citadel 95.0
Coastal Carolina University 94.2
College of Charleston 86.1
Francis Marion University 86.2
Lander University 85.7
South Carolina State University 95.5
USC Aiken 84.0
USC - Beaufort 82.8
USC - Upstate 79.2
Winthrop University 88.9
Sub total Teaching Colleges Univ. 88.5
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Percentage of Minority Faculty Fall 2006
Research Universities Total Minority Total Faculty Percentage of Minority
Clemson 168 1,357 12.4
USC Columbia 232 1,910 12.1
MUSC 43 340 12.6
Sub total Research Universities 443 3,607 12.3
Teaching Colleges Universities
The Citadel 25 272 9.2
Coastal Carolina University 32 449 7.1
College of Charleston 77 849 9.1
Francis Marion University 18 259 6.9
Lander University 15 188 8.0
South Carolina State University 241 306 78.8
USC Aiken 29 251 11.6
USC - Beaufort 11 109 10.1
USC - Upstate 44 377 11.7
Winthrop University 60 547 11.0
Sub total Teaching Colleges Univ. 552 3,607 15.3
White Non Hispanic 65 or 21.24
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Faculty Salaries
YEAR YEAR
RANK Fall 2006 Fall 2007
Professor
SCSU Average 66,193 74,494
SECTOR Average 70,261 72,369
Associate Professor
SCSU Average 60,283 63,827
Sector Average 59,623 61,412
Assistant Professor
SCSU Average 51,137 55,444
Sector Average 50,505 52,021
Estimated based on institutions within the
sector increasing salaries by 3
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Five Year Salary ComparisonTeaching University
Sector
RANK Fall 2003 SCSU Average Fall 2003 Sector Average Fall 2004 SCSU Average Fall 2005 SCSU Average Fall 2006 SCSU Average Fall 2007 SCSU Average Fall 2007 Sector Average Per Change Sector Percent Change SCSU
Professor 55,282 60,333 62,599 64,848 66,193 74,894 72,369 20 35.5
Associate Professor 51,394 52,819 56,815 58,297 60,283 63,827 61,412 16.3 24.2
Assistant Professor 44,375 44,094 47,811 49,066 51,137 55,444 52,021 18 25

Projected based on a 3 increase
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Note FY 03 and FY 05 include building funds for
the James E. Clyburn University Transportation
Center
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Grant AwardMay 1, 2007 September 27, 2007
Project Title PI Last Name PI First Name Agency Amount
Calhoun/Orangeburg Counties Transit Feasibility Study Whitney Thomas Lower Savannah Council of Government 50,000
Developing A Sustainable Cometary Research Program in Astrobiology Walter Donald NASA 10,000
Summer Feeding Program Martin Steve United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) 37,848
Rural Entrepreneurial Outreach Development Program Whiteside Louis USDA 99,000
Global Nuclear Energy Partnership University Lewis Kenneth DOE/Idaho Field Office 100,000
DOD/ONR Laboratory Instrumentation for Energy Research Lewis Kenneth Dept of the Army 262,325
South Carolina State NEP Scholarships Lewis Kenneth Nuclear Regulatory Commission 42,696
Center for Energy Research Lewis Kenneth United States Department of Education 198,423
Institutions for Students in Nuclear Science Lewis Kenneth United States Department of Education 89,337
SCSU RSA Administrators Training Staten David United States Department of Education 271,650
RUI Surface Engineered Nanoparticles to Inhibit Protein Aggregation Mahtab Rahina National Science Foundation 127,488
Expansion Enhancement of NEP Lewis Kenneth US Nuclear Regulatory Commission 120,000
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Creating An Effective Compliance Process Teal Rita Southern Education Foundation 15,000
High School Students Summer Nuclear Institute Lewis Kenneth US Department of Education 89,337
Summer Nuclear Science Institute for High School Guidance Counselors Lewis Kenneth US Nuclear Regulatory Commission 170,326
Educational Opportunity Centers Aburime Tony United States Department of Education 226,000
Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs Aburime Tony United States Department of Education 354,908
TRIO - Student Support Services Scott Sandra United States Department of Education 235,689
Enhancement of NEP at SCSU/Global Energy Partnership Lewis Kenneth US Department of Energy Idaho Field Office 100,000
Rehabilitation Long Term Training -Rehabilitation Counseling Staten David United States Department of Education 150,000
Personnel Development Collaboration Project Create McIntyre Leonard South Carolina department of Education 33,385
Project Create McIntyre Leonard South Carolina Department of Education 126,086
4-K Expansion Program / First Steps Littlejohn Sheila "SC First Step" scgov. 78,620
HBCU-UP Carpenter Carl National Science Foundation (NSF) 499,433
Talent Search Program Aburime Tony United States Department of Education 226,600
Total Amount Funded to Date Total Amount Funded to Date 3,714,151
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Federal Operating Grants and Contracts (2004-2005)
South Carolina State University 25,535,284
College of Charleston 9,351,476
University of South Carolina - Upstate 6,866,073
Winthrop University 5,548,926
Coastal Carolina 5,494,217
Francis Marion University 4,780,671
University of South Carolina - Aiken 3,855,709
Lander University 3,217,450
Citadel Military College of South Carolina 2,084,826
University of South Carolina - Beaufort 981,658
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Alumni Giving And Giving RateThree Year
Comparison
FY 2005 FY 2006 FY 2007 Average Average Thurgood Marshall College Fund HBCU
Alumni Giving Rate 5.7 7.2 8 6.96 5.6
Alumni Giving 1,031,069 848,338 936,448 938618.3 514,314
Source TMCF 2006 Annual Report
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Profile of 2007 First-time Freshmen(Preliminary
Enrollment)
Fall 2006 Fall 2007
Enrollment 881 1329
Average SAT 832 819
Average SAT Females 832 804
Average SAT Males 831 835
Average High School GPA 2.97 3.00
FIRST-TIME FRESHMEN ENROLLMENT UP 50
RATIO OF MALES TO FEMALES
University Freshman Class
Female 58 50.6
Male 42 49.4
In a study reported by the College Board in
its Research Notes entitled The SAT I and High
School Grades Utility in Predicting Success in
College, high school GPA had a validity
coefficient of .59 or r2 of 35, SAT had a
coefficient of .56 or 31, and combined, SAT and
HSGPA had a coefficient of .65 or 42. The
report concludes that overall, high school
grades predict freshman GPA slightly better than
do SAT scores. However, the combination of SAT
and high school grades is better, even though SAT
scores add very little explanatory power of
success beyond High School GPA alone.
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U.S News And World Report College
RankingsCarnegie Classified National Universities
RANKINGS REPRESENTATIVE UNIVERSITIES SOUTH CAROLINA UNIVERSITIES HBCUS
Top Universities (Tier 1) Princeton Harvard University Yale University Stanford University University of Pennsylvania University of Virginia
Top Universities (Tier 2) University of Delaware Michigan State University North Carolina State University Florida State University Ohio University Clemson University (67) University of South Carolina (112) Howard University (96)
Tier 3 Ball State University George Mason Kent State University Old Dominion University Rutgers Seton Hall South Carolina State University South Carolina State University
Tier 4 East Carolina University East Tennessee State University Georgia State University Indiana State University Wayne State University Clark Atlanta University Florida A M University Jackson State University Morgan State University North Carolina AT State University Tennessee State University
Note Tier 3 and Tier 4 Universities are listed
in the rankings alphabetically.
Website http//colleges.usnews.rankingsandreview
s.com/
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Washington Monthly Rankings
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