Overview of SIUE - Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

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Southern Illinois
University Edwardsville
Welcome!
National Recognition
Quality Academic Programs
Engaged Accessible Faculty
Great Value
About SIUE
 Public University
 Comprehensive Masters Program
 Primarily Residential – more than 2/3 of new freshmen live on
campus in a residence hall
 Student-to-teacher ratio of 16 to 1
 $300 million construction and infrastructure improvement plan
 Lowest four-year tuition and required fees of all four-year institutions
in Illinois
 $143 million in scholarships and financial aid year last year
 Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central
Association
 Member of the Academic Quality Improvement Program
About SIUE – Accreditation
School of Pharmacy Accreditation
School of Education
Council for Pharmacy Education
National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher
Education (NCATE)
National Association of School Psychologists
American Speech-Language-and-Hearing Assn.
School of Dental Medicine
American Dental Association
School of Engineering
(ABET)
Accreditation Board for Engineering Technology
American Council for Construction Education
44 Baccalaureate Degree Options
45 Masters Degrees
Doctoral/Professional Degrees Pharmacy and Dental Medicine
Nursing and Education Engineering
The Graduate School
School of Nursing CCNE Commission
College of Arts and Sciences
on Collegiate Nursing Education
National Association of Schools of Music, Voice, and Piano;
National Association of Schools of Art and Design;
School of Business (AACSB) –Association to
American Chemical Society;
Advance Collegiate Schools of Business
American Art Therapy;
Association Accrediting Council in Journalism and Mass Communication;
Council on Social Work Education
National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration;
National Association of Schools of Theatre
Students
Graduate/Undergraduate
2714
19%
11,341
81%
Undergraduate
Graduate
Students
Race/Ethnic Status - Fall 2012
2% 2%
13%
0%
Non-Resident Alien
2%
Black Non-Hispanic
0%
4%
American Indian/Alaskan
Native
Asian
3%
Hawaiian Pacific Islander
Hispanic
74%
2 or More Races
White Non-Hispanic
Unknown
Students
Gender
7,000
6,000
6,035
5306
5,000
4,000
Female
Male
3,000
2,000
1351
841
1,000
0
Undergraduate
Graduate
Students
Geographic Origins
8%
2%
Illinois
Non-Illinois
International
90%
Faculty
Tenure Status
Rank
Professor
Tenured
27%
49%
24%
On Tenure
Track
Other
 79% of faculty possess terminal degrees
21%
28%
21%
30%
Associate
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Instructor
Faculty
Who Teaches
3%
Students?
16%
Graduate Assitants
80%
Part-Time Faculty
Full-Time Faculty
Faculty
Class Size-Fall 2010
491
1-9
565
10-19
593
20-29
Number of Classes
277
30-39
2,260 courses were offered
less than 1% held 100 students
or more
164
40-49
92% of the courses offer held
less than 50 students
149
50-99
21
100 or More
0
100
200
300
400
500
600
700
Schools/College
Undergraduate Program Enrollments
6%
10%
10%
8%
66%
Arts & Sciences
Business
Education
Engineering
Nursing
Engineering
 More than half of the international student population at SIUE can be
found in the School of Engineering
 Nearly 100 percent placement of graduates in the engineering
industry
 Internships and co-ops at companies such as The Boeing Co.,
Emerson, Tarlton and Monsanto
 Several student organizations and competition teams such as
concrete canoe, robotics, mini-baja, formula car, steel bridge and
solar car teams
Undergraduate Programs:
Civil Engineering
Computer Engineering
Computer Science
Construction Management
Electrical Engineering
Industrial Engineering
Manufacturing Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Business
 The Princeton Review lists the School of Business as one of the top
294 business schools in the United States and abroad
 AACSB International-accredited programs in the School of Business
and our accountancy program
 Partnered with The Boeing Company, Edward Jones, Emerson,
Enterprise Rent-a-Car, and Monsanto to offer internships, cooperative
education and employment to students
 Cougar Business Resource Center (CBRC) opened in November 2011
and integrates technology into a collaborative work environment
Undergraduate Programs:
Accountancy
Business Administration
Computer Management and Information Systems
Economics and Finance
Education
 The School of Education’s certification programs are accredited by
the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE)
and the Illinois State Board of Education
 Partnership with Northwest Normal University in China
 The SIUE Teaching with Primary Sources program is one of twentynine educational consortiums nationally
 Faculty are well-versed in advance research, development and
innovative practices, and are dedicated to sharing their knowledge
in a strong, interactive setting
Undergraduate Programs:
Early Childhood Education
Elementary Education
Secondary Education
Community Health Education
Exercise Science
Psychology
Special Education
Speech Pathology & Audiology
Scholarship Research Productivity
Scholarship and Research Productivity 2010-2011
$29 Million
faculty and staff have achieved national recognition and distinction as
evidenced by their scholarly accomplishment and receipt of extramural
research grants and contracts support. This is a vital academic community.
• Academic Instruction and Support
• Public Service Projects
• Research Funding
$3.5 million
$17.3 million
$8 million
Scholarship Research Productivity
Institution
IBHE Peer Extramural Funding
Funding
University of South Alabama
University of Missouri, Kansas City
Marshall University
Oakland University
East Tennessee State University
University of North Carolina, Greensboro
Grand Valley State University
Western Carolina University
$ 29,000,000
$ 28,466,000
$ 27,509,000
$ 22,423,000
$ 9,465,000
$ 8,237,000
$ 7,876,000
$ 6,178,000
$ 3,329,000
Scholarship Research Productivity
Regional University Comparisons National Science Foundation Rankings
Institution
Washington University
SIUC
Saint Louis University
University of Missouri, Rolla
Illinois Institute of Technology
Northern Illinois University
University of Missouri, St. Louis
Illinois State University
University of Illinois, Springfield
Western Illinois University
Truman State University
Eastern Illinois University
Funding ($M)
564
67
57
36
29
22
15
12
6
1.6
1.5
0.8
0.7
Rank
21
154
168
193
208
230
255
265
320
462
464
548
556
University Awards and Recognitions
 Washington Monthly ranks SIUE among the Top 50 out of the 682
master’s universities in the nation
 Recognized by U.S. News & World Report as one of the top 46 “up
and coming schools.” Noted for “innovative changes in the areas of
faculty, student life, campus life, and facilities.”
 Corporation for National and Community Service named SIUE to the
annual President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor
Roll for the third consecutive year
 The Daily Beast, ranks SIUE 21st in the nation among its
Top 50 Safest Colleges
Southern Illinois
University Edwardsville
National Recognition
Quality Academic Programs
Engaged Accessible Faculty
Great Value

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