2004 Common Data Set

Section A. General Information
Includes general information about Auburn University, including mailing addresses, admissions contact information, source of institutional control, undergraduate institutional classification, academic calendar year, and degrees offered.

Section B. Enrollment and Persistence
Includes official Fall enrollment data, degrees awarded, and graduation and retention rates.

Section C. First-time, First-year (Freshmen) Admission
Includes information regarding the number of degree-seeking, first-time, first-year students who applied, were admitted, and enrolled; wait-listed students; admissions requirements; importance of academic and non-academic factors in freshmen admissions decisions; entrance exam policies; freshmen profile; and admissions policies.

Section D. Transfer Admission
Includes information regarding the number of transfer students who applied, were admitted, and enrolled; and transfer admissions and credit policies.

Section E. Academic Offerings and Policies
Provides a summary of programs available at Auburn University, areas in which students are required to complete coursework prior to graduation, and library collection data.

Section F. Student Life
Includes freshmen and undergraduate demographic statistics, summary of activity programs available at Auburn University, and ROTC and housing information.

Section G. Annual Expenses
Includes information regarding full-time undergraduate annual expenses and per-credit-hour charges.

Section H. Financial Aid
Includes information on financial aid awarded to full and part-time, degree-seeking undergraduate students; policies regarding institutional grant aid to nonresident aliens; process for freshmen applying for financial aid; and types of financial aid available.

Section I. Instructional Faculty and Class Size
Includes information on instructional faculty, including demographic statistics, student-to-faculty ratio, and class size.

Section J. Degrees Conferred
Includes the percentage of Bachelor's degrees awarded by area of discipline.

Section K. Additional Information
Includes list of Auburn University web sites for requesting additional information, additional facts, including number of foreign countries represented, admissions test scores of enrolled freshmen, prominent alumni, and additional faculty and class size statistics.

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