OUS 2012 fact book

Lots o’ data: http://ous.edu/factreport/factbook/2012 2/7/2012.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Oooh… I like numbers…

    - OSU accounted for all headcount growth in the OUS this past year, and they will maintain that over UO until 2021?

    - 52% of UO is from instate, 66% of OSU is from instate — maybe why lawmakers are cranky against UO

    - Our graduation rates hitting 70% is nice to see

    - It costs $850 more for books and supplies at OSU versus UO (offsetting 2/3rds the tuition difference)

    - Nice to see the state support down there with Iowa and Colorado, and that faculty salaries at UO and OSU are higher than the University of Memphis

    - Research funding at OSU up 50% in 10 years, up 27% at UO

    - OUS is able to educate 34,000 more students with the same (nominal) funding as in 2003

    - SOU, for being a liberal-minded campus, sure uses a lot of energy per square foot

    - No mention in the intro of UO being an AAU member… foreshadowing…

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  2. UO Matters says:

    Free UO Matters coffee cup to whoever finds the best factlet from this fact book. The ones above are pretty good.

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