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2019-2020


HISTORY

Founded 1925; classes began October 1926

OFFICERS

Julio Frenk, President; Jeffrey Duerk, Executive Vice President for

Academic Affairs and Provost; Jacqueline A. Travisano, Executive

Vice President for Business and Finance and COO; Edward

Abraham, Executive Vice President for Health Affairs and CEO of

UHealth–University of Miami Health System

CAMPUSES AND FACILITIES

Coral Gables Campus: The Coral Gables campus, with its

two colleges and seven schools, is located on a 239-acre tract in

suburban Coral Gables.

Medical Campus: The Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine

campus consists of 72 acres within the 153-acre University

of Miami/Jackson Memorial Medical Center complex. The

medical campus includes the University of Miami Health

System (UHealth), which comprises Sylvester Comprehensive

Cancer Center, Bascom Palmer Eye Institute, and UHealth

Tower, operating within the University of Miami Hospital

and Clinics. Affiliated hospitals include Jackson Memorial

Hospital, Holtz Children’s Hospital, the Miami Veterans Affairs

Medical Center, and multiple partner hospitals that form the

Miller School’s Regional Medical Campus. UHealth outpatient


clinics, including The Lennar Foundation Medical Center, are

located throughout Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, and

Collier counties.

Marine Campus: The Rosenstiel School of Marine and

Atmospheric Science is located on an 18-acre waterfront campus

on Virginia Key in Biscayne Bay.

Richmond Facility: The Richmond Facility, established in

2001, is a 76-acre site that houses research facilities for the

Rosenstiel School’s Center for Southeastern Tropical Advanced

Remote Sensing and the Richmond Satellite Operations Center.

ACCREDITATION

The University is accredited by the Southern Association of

Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) and

19 other professional agencies.

PROGRAMS

The University offers 132 bachelor’s, 148 master’s, 1 specialist,

and 67 doctoral (63 research/scholarship and 4 professional

practice) programs.

DEGREES AWARDED

In 2018-19, the University awarded 2,628 bachelor’s, 1,705

master’s, 172 Ph.D., 23 other doctoral, 328 J.D., 179 M.D., and

103 other professional practice degrees, and 128 certificates.


BUDGET

The budget for 2019-20 is $3.7 billion, with $2.8 billion projected

for the medical campus. At the end of FY19 the endowment for

the University was $997.4 million.

RESEARCH

Research and sponsored program expenditures totaled $358.9

million (FY19). The University ranked No. 64 of all universities

in expenditures of federal funds for research and development

(FY17) according to the National Science Foundation Higher

Education Research and Development Survey.

CLASS SIZE

Fifty percent of classes for undergraduates have 16 or fewer

students; 75% have 27 or fewer students.

HONORS PROGRAM/HONOR SOCIETIES

More than 800 undergraduates participate in the Foote Fellows

Honors Program. The University has more than 40 academic

honor societies, including Phi Beta Kappa.

DUAL-DEGREE PROGRAMS

The University offers dual-degree programs combining undergraduate

and graduate study in biochemistry and molecular

biology, exercise physiology, Latin American studies, law, marine

geology, and many more.


NEW FIRST-YEAR STUDENT STANDINGS

Out of those reporting a high school rank, 36% graduated in

the top 5%, and 59% graduated in the top 10%. Mean ACT is

30 and SAT is 1355 1 .

STUDY ABROAD

Students can apply their financial aid and scholarship to

semester programs, including University of Miami on location

in Prague, Czech Republic; Paris, France; Rome, Italy; Galapagos

Islands, Ecuador; Cape Town, South Africa; Shanghai, China;

Manipal, India; and a multilocation program in Argentina and

Chile, as well as exchange-partner programs in more than 35

countries. Faculty-led study abroad programs take place during

intersession, spring break, and summer.

RESIDENT STUDENTS

A total of 4,143 students live on campus, including 88%

of new first-year students and 37% of all degree-seeking

undergraduates. There are five residential colleges, as well as

University Village apartments.

1 Mean based on official SAT component scores reported to external entities

(incl. IPEDS CDS, US News, etc.)


SPORTS

The University has competed in intercollegiate athletics since

1926 and is now a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference.

The Hurricanes field 18 teams across men’s and women’s

athletics and have won 21 team national championships and 82

individual national titles over their illustrious history. University

of Miami student-athletes posted a graduation success rate of

92% in 2018-19, compared with the national average of 88%.

Men: Baseball (1982, 1985, 1999, 2001 national champions);

Basketball; Cross Country; Football (1983, 1987, 1989, 1991,

2001 national champions); Diving; Tennis; Indoor Track and

Field; Outdoor Track and Field.

Women: Basketball; Cross Country; Golf (1970, 1972, 1977,

1978, 1984 national champions); Rowing; Soccer; Swimming

and Diving (1975, 1976 national champions); Tennis; Indoor

Track and Field; Outdoor Track and Field; Volleyball.

LIBRARIES

The University of Miami Libraries include the Otto G. Richter

Library and libraries in the architecture, business, law, medical,

music, and marine schools, providing access to more than

4 million volumes, 123,652 current serials titles, 122,530

electronic journals, 1,226,409 electronic books, over 4 million

microforms, and 204,016 audio, film, video, and cartographic

materials. The libraries’ digital collections feature 1,409,083

images and document pages. The Scholarly Repository

managed by the libraries hosts 16,050 theses, dissertations,

article preprints, and datasets.


COMPUTING CENTER

The University of Miami maintains data centers in several

locations and has adopted a hybrid strategy, which offers both

cloud options and a dedicated supercomputer. The Center

for Computational Science’s Advanced Computing core has

three supercomputers—including Triton, one of the top five

supercomputers in the world among universities—and supports

hardware infrastructure and design/implementation solutions.

More than 60 computer labs are located throughout campus.

The University is an equity member of the Florida LambdaRail,

providing 100Gbps connectivity throughout the state and to

Internet2. Secured and guest wireless networks on the campuses

complement the extensive wired network.

ALUMNI

Alumni live in all 50 states and 155 countries. There are 99,158

alumni residing in Florida, including more than 54,175 in Miami-

Dade County. There are more than 211,400 alumni in the

University’s history.

DEVELOPMENT

In FY19, contributions reached $294.1 million in total private

cash, gifts, and grants.


Faculty and Employees | Fall 2019 1

Classification Full-Time Part-Time 2 Total

Faculty

Architecture 36 43 79

Arts and Sciences 448 65 513

Miami Herbert Business 157 10 167

Communication 77 50 127

Education and Human

Development

55 23 78

Engineering 82 24 106

Frost Music 89 31 120

Law 97 77 174

Miller School of Medicine 1,480 92 1,572

Nursing and Health Studies 47 78 125

Rosenstiel School 81 15 96

Richter Library and Other 48 21 69

TOTAL FACULTY 2,697 529 3,226

Faculty 2,697 529 3,226

Administrative/Professional 5,871 63 5,934

Research 865 31 896

Staff (hourly non-exempt) 6,602 188 6,790

TOTAL FACULTY

AND EMPLOYEES

16,035 811 16,846

Faculty Characteristics | Fall 2019

Tenured/tenure-track faculty with doctorate or

terminal degree

98%

Full-time faculty 84%

Student-faculty ratio 12:1

1 As of September 30, 2019

2 Part-time faculty is measured by the number of individuals with part-time

instructional activities, including 50 non-faculty employees who teach part-time.


Enrollment by School | Fall 2019

Undergraduate

School (Year Founded) Degree N-Deg Grad 1 Total 2

Architecture (’83) 297 0 113 410

Arts and Sciences (’26) 3,730 1 615 4,346

Miami Herbert Business (’29) 2,474 0 1,151 3,625

Communication (’85) 1,070 0 165 1,235

Education and Human

Development (’26)

583 0 488 1,071

Engineering (’47) 1,018 0 242 1,260

Frost Music (’26) 479 16 301 796

Law (’28) 0 0 1,248 1,248

Miller School of Medicine (’52)

Graduate 0 0 649 649

Clinical 0 0 808 808

Nursing and Health

Studies (’68)

856 0 368 1,224

Rosenstiel School (’69) 401 0 312 713

Cont. Studies, Special,

and Joint

182 200 44 426

TOTAL 11,090 217 6,504 17,811

Full-Time 10,624 77 5,664 16,365

Part-Time 466 140 840 1,446

Full-Time Equivalent | Fall 2019

Undergraduate

Degree N-Deg Grad 1 Total 2

FTE 10,864.9 122.8 6,203.3 17,191.1

1 Includes M.D., J.D., and other graduate students.

2 Excludes IEP and auditing students.


New Student Enrollment | Fall 2019

Undergraduate Applied Admitted Enrolled

New First-Year 38,919 10,557 2,203

New Transfer 2,631 1,340 623

Enrollment School

New New

First-Year Transfer

Total

Architecture 82 17 99

Arts and Sciences 783 268 1,051

Miami Herbert Business 525 32 557

Communication 145 84 229

Education and Human Dev. 91 32 123

Engineering 186 46 232

Frost Music 117 4 121

Nursing and Health Studies 168 110 278

Rosenstiel School 97 10 107

Cont. Stud., Special, and Joint 9 20 29

TOTAL 2,203 623 2,826

Enrollment by Gender | Fall 2019

New First-Year Undergraduate Graduate 1

Gender # % # % # %

Male 1,009 46 5,241 46 3,005 46

Female 1,194 54 6,066 54 3,499 54

TOTAL 2,203 11,307 6,504

Tables above include full- and part-time students. Percentages may not

total 100 due to rounding.

1 Includes M.D., J.D., and other graduate students.


Enrollment by Race/Ethnicity | Fall 2019

New First-Year Undergraduate Graduate 1

Race/Ethnicity # % # % # %

White 1,084 49 5,025 44 2,121 33

Hispanic or

Latino

Asian/Pacific

Islander

457 21 2,833 25 1,888 29

229 10 1,315 12 990 15

Black 238 11 1,049 9 488 8

American

Indian

2 or more

races

1 0 11 0 11 0

88 4 387 3 246 4

Unknown 106 5 687 6 760 12

TOTAL 2,203 11,307 6,504

Enrollment by Geographic Origin | Fall 2019

New First-Year Undergraduate Graduate 1

Origin 2 # % # % # %

Miami-Dade 263 12 2,091 18 2,222 34

Broward 103 5 589 5 550 8

Other Florida 251 11 1,184 10 690 11

Other U.S. and

Territories

1,320 60 5,772 51 1,799 28

International 266 12 1,671 15 1,243 19

TOTAL 2,203 11,307 6,504

Tables above include full- and part-time students. Percentages may not

total 100 due to rounding.

1 Includes M.D., J.D., and other graduate students.

2 Students come from 50 states and D.C., 3 territories, and 121 other countries.


Credit Hours Taught | Fall 2019

Teaching School Undergrad. Grad. Prof. Total 1

Architecture 4,043 1,399 0 5,442

Arts and Sciences 73,768 4,270 0 78,038

Miami Herbert Business 34,949 15,236 0 50,185

Communication 12,954 1,272 0 14,226

Education and Human

Development

7,829 3,243 0 11,072

Engineering 8,739 1,677 0 10,416

Frost Music 8,400 2,487 0 10,887

Law 0 0 17,503 17,503

Miller School of Medicine 2,860 7,066 17,491 27,417

Nursing and Health

Studies

7,489 3,510 0 10,999

Rosenstiel School 5,242 2,024 0 7,266

Cont Std/Grad Sch/

Joint Pgms

1,175 100 0 1,275

TOTAL 167,448 42,284 34,994 244,726

1 Total credit hours by teaching school. Research courses taken for zero credit

hours increased to one credit hour.


Annual Student Costs | 2019-20

Tuition and Other Expenses

Undergraduate Tuition and Fees

Full-Time (12-20 credit hours) 1 $50,400

Required Fees 1 $1,530

1-11 Hours (per credit hour) $2,100

Over 20 Hours (per credit hour) $2,100

Graduate Tuition (per credit hour) $2,100

Law Tuition (day program) $53,000

Medical Tuition (M.D. program – FL residents, first-year) $45,871

Medical Tuition (M.D. program – non-residents) $45,871

Room (residential college, double occupancy) $8,460

Board (19-meal plan) $6,198

Travel, Books, and Personal Expenses 2 $4,318

Financial Aid Awarded | 2018-19 3

Source

University Scholarships and Grants $149.5

Tuition Remission and Athletic Scholarships $51.2

Department/Endowment/Donor Grants, Loans, and Work $88.8

Federal Grants and College Work Study $20.3

Federal Loans $153.4

State Grants, Loans, and Work $22.6

Outside and Other Programs $37.2

TOTAL $522.9

1 Total for both semesters.

2 Travel expenses may vary by region; computer costs no longer included.

3 In millions; revised awards may change some amounts slightly; includes summer

awards; total may differ due to rounding.


Financial Highlights | 2018-19 1

What We Own

Cash and Investments $1,674.5

Receivables $587.2

Contributions (Pledges) and Trusts Receivable $313.2

Intangible Assets, Property, and Equipment 2 $1,974.8

Other Assets $93.6

TOTAL ASSETS $4,643.3

What We Owe

For Services and Other Operating Expenses $715.2

Bonds and Notes Payable $1,359.2

Other Commitments $177.3

TOTAL LIABILITIES $2,251.7

Balances (What We Own Less What We Owe)

Operations, Funds for Plant Expansion, and Student Loans $365.5

Cumulative Postretirement Benefits ($261.5)

Invested in Plant Facilities $811.2

Contributions (Pledges) and Trusts $469.6

Endowment, Life Income, Annuity, and Other Funds $1,006.8

TOTAL NET ASSETS $2,391.6

1 For the fiscal year ending May 31, 2019, in millions.

2 Includes the effect of accumulated depreciation and amortization of

$1,918.2 million.


Financial Highlights | 2018-19

Sources of Funds for Operations

Tuition and Fees, Net $560.4

Grants and Contracts $510.1

Patient Care $2,105.6

State Appropriation—School of Medicine $16.5

Gifts, Investment Return, Auxiliaries, and Other Sources 3 $381.8

TOTAL SOURCES OF FUNDS $3,574.4

Gifts and Trusts

Unrestricted 4 $63.5

Temporarily Restricted 5 $178.8

Permanently Restricted $26.5

TOTAL GIFTS AND TRUSTS $268.8

University-Owned Facilities

Campus Buildings Sq. Footage 6

Coral Gables Campus 146 6,708,119

Medical Campus 37 4,849,954

Marine Campus 18 414,467

Richmond Facility 8 11,014

Off Campus 4 103,634

TOTAL 213 12,087,188

3 Net assets released from restrictions of $23.7 million.

4 Unrestricted gifts and trusts of $63.2 million included in sources of funds for

operations.

5 Increase largely due to an anonymous estate gift.

6 Gross square footage of owned buildings is reported as of May 31, 2019;

leased space contributes an additional 79 facilities and 757,996 square feet.


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