TABLE 4-6
FULL-TIME STAFF BY EEO OCCUPATIONAL CATEGORY,
FALL 1992 THROUGH FALL 1995


	  CATEGORY                               1992       1993       1994      1995    
Faculty                                                                              
   Instructional *                               496         508       520       528 
   Administrative-E&G                             78          84        90        93 
   Administrative-Auxiliary Enterprises           59          66        68        69 
   Administrative-Sponsored Programs               2           3         4         4 
      FACULTY TOTAL                              635         661       682       694 
Classified Staff                                                                     
   Officials & Administrators                     29          28        26        31 
   Professionals                                 124         120       122       137 
   Technicians                                    35          38        37        39 
   Protective Service Workers                     17          16        15        16 
   Paraprofessionals                              83          94       103       110 
   Office & Clerical                             214         222       217       197 
   Skilled Craft Workers                          65          68        76        79 
   Service/Maintenance                           235         239       243       227 
      CLASSIFIED TOTAL                           802         825       839       836 
      GRAND TOTAL                              1,437       1,486     1,521     1,530 

NOTE: Filled positions as of October 1. Includes Educational and General, Auxiliary Enterprises, and Sponsored Programs.
* In 1992, four instructional positions were filled with faculty whose primary activities were not instructional. They were not members of instructional departments. In 1993, the number was seven. In 1994, the number was nine. In 1995, the number was eight.
SOURCE: JMU Office of Employee Relations and Training.


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