Higher Ed Report Shows Gains
in Performance
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Oregon University System
Baseline Performance Report, April 1999

Goals and indicators

1997-98

1987-88(a)

Improve access to degree programs:

High ability freshmen enrolled

19%

11%

Ethnic/minorities enrolled

12.6%

7.9%

Oregon high school grads enrolled

20%   

23%

Community college transfers enrolled

2,428

2,598

Strengthen quality of academic programs:

Freshmen completed degrees

55%

49%

Transfers competed degrees

63%

57%

Professional licensure scores(b)

Exceeds average

Exceeds average

Graduates rate education
"very good" or higher(c)

63%

72%

Ensure cost effectiveness:

Current fund balance

7%

4%

Total sponsored research and support

$173.4M

$140.3M(d)

Deferred maintenance

18%

10%(e)

Employability of graduates:

Graduates completing internships(f)

57%

51%

Degrees awarded

1,2796

1,1191

Engineering, computer science, math, science degrees

2,084

1,983

Teacher education degrees
in shortage areas

470

167

Notes:
a. Except where noted.
b. 1993-94 date
c. 1994-95 data compared to 1996-97 data
d. 1992-93 data
e. 1989-90 data
f. 1994-95 compared to 1996-97 data   
   

 
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