JAMES MADISON UNIVERSITY
2002-03 Facts and Figures

History 1908 Established by the Virginia General Assembly as the State Normal and Industrial School for Women at Harrisonburg.
1914 Name changed to The State Normal School for Women at Harrisonburg.
1924 Name changed to the State Teachers College at Harrisonburg.
1938 Name changed to Madison College in honor of the fourth President of the United States.
1966 By action of the Virginia General Assembly, became a coeducational institution.
1977 Name changed to James Madison University.
CAMPUS SIZE 495 acres, including 31 acres at the University Farm.
ACADEMIC
DIVISIONS
College of Arts and Letters
College of Business
College of Education
College of Science and Mathematics
College of Integrated Science and Technology
College of Graduate and Professional Programs
General Education
BUILDINGS Educational & General (Academic/Administrative)      52
Auxiliary (Campus Center, Recreation, Dining, Cultural, etc) 14
Student Housing  34
Total 100
BUILDING UNDER CONSTRUCTION
Biotechnology (CISAT A3a)
 

$25.5 million
 
CONVOCATION
CENTER
A 7,600 seat, $10.8 million sports and entertainment arena designed for basketball, concerts, and other sports and entertainment events.
ATHLETIC
PROGRAM
More than 500 student athletes compete in 14 men's and 14 women's sports, including archery, baseball, basketball,  fencing, field hockey, football, golf, gymnastics, lacrosse, soccer, softball, swimming/diving, tennis, track/cross-country, volleyball, and wrestling.
ON-CAMPUS STUDENT ENROLLMENT
FALL 2002
Undergraduate
Graduate
Special
Total Enrollment
Full-Time
Part-Time
Male
Female
In-State
Out-of-State
Minority
African American
Resident Population
Percent of Full-Time Undergraduates
14,402
684
526
15,612
14,507
1,105
40%
60%
71%
29%
11%
4%
5,825
42%
ENTERING CLASS
2002
Number Enrolled
Mean SAT Score
3,283
1,165
DEGREES CONFERRED
2001-02
Undergraduate
Graduate
3,134
301
FACULTY & STAFF
FALL 2002

Full-Time Faculty, Adm. & Classified Staff
Full-Time Classified Staff
Full-Time Instructional Faculty

Full-Time Research Faculty

Part-Time Instructional Faculty
Average Faculty Salary
Percent Full-Time Tenured Faculty
Percent Full-Time Female Faculty

2,051
1,033
704
3

274
$57,077
50%
38%

TUITION & FEES
2002-03
In-State
Out-of-State
$4,458
$11,642
ROOM & BOARD
(per year)
Room and Board

$5,568

 

SCHOLARSHIPS & GRANTS
2002-03
Students Receiving Aid
Range of Annual Awards
Total
25% of undergraduate
$23-$18,236
$16,265,684
LOANS 2002-03 Students Receiving Aid
Range of Annual Awards
Total

34% of undergraduate
$200-$10,500
$19,576,701

 

TOTAL OPERATING BUDGET 2002-03

Educational & General, Auxiliary Enterprises,

Financial Aid, Sponsored Programs

 

$229,863,924

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