Institution ID: 178402 Institution Name:UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI-KANSAS CITY

Institutional Identification

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Institution Name UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI-KANSAS CITY                               

Physical Location:
Street Address 5100 ROCKHILL RD__________________________________
City KANSAS CITY____ ** State      MO **
Zip Code 64110 - ____ **

Enter Official Name Change Here __________________________________________________

Mailing Address (If different from Physical Location):
Street Address __________________________________________________
City _______________ State      SELECT..
Zip Code _____ - ____

Web Address http:// www.umkc.edu_________________________________
Employer ID No. (EIN) 436003859 OPEID      00251800

Chief Administrator:
Name Martha Gilliland__________________________________
Title CHANCELLOR__________

Telephone Numbers:
General Information 816 - 235 - 1000 Ext. _____ **
Admissions Office 816 - 235 - 1111 Ext. _____
Financial Aid Office 816 - 235 - 1154 Ext. _____


Part A - Educational Offerings
1. Which of the following types of instruction/programs are offered by your institution?
  [Check one or more]

  UnChecked Occupational, may lead to a certificate, degree, or other formal award
  Checked Academic, leading to a certificate, degree, or diploma
  Checked Continuing professional (postbaccalaureate only)
  UnChecked Recreational or avocational (leisure) programs
  UnChecked Adult basic or remedial instruction or high school equivalency
  UnChecked Secondary (high school)

Part B - Organization & Accreditation
1. What is your institutional control or affiliation?
  Public - Specify
           Primary control          Secondary control (if applicable)
           STATE          SELECT ONE...
  Private for-profit
  Private not-for-profit independent (no religious affiliation)
  Private not-for-profit religious affiliation - Specify

2. What award levels are offered by your institution? (One academic year equals 30 semester credit hours or its equivalent, or 900 contact or clock hours.) [Check all that apply]

  1 UnChecked Postsecondary award, certificate, or diploma of less than one academic year (less than 900 contact or clock hours)

  2 UnChecked Postsecondary award, certificate, or diploma of at least one but less than two academic years (at least 900 but less than 1800 contact or clock hours)

  3 UnChecked Associateís degree

  4 UnChecked Postsecondary award, certificate, or diploma of at least two but less than four academic years (at least 1800 contact or clock hours)

  5 Checked Bachelor's degree or equivalent
  6 Checked Postbaccalaureate certificate
  7 Checked Masterís degree
  8 Checked Post-masterís certificate
  9 Checked Doctorís degree
  10 Checked First-professional degree
  11 UnChecked First-professional certificate (Post-degree)
  12 UnChecked Other; please specify in the Caveats box


Part B - Organization & Accreditation
3. Does this institution offer any formally organized programs (either academic or occupational) with well defined completion requirements that do not lead to a formal award?
  Yes - Specify
           UnChecked Undergraduate
           UnChecked Graduate

4. This institution is accredited by the following accrediting agency(ies). [Check all that apply]
  Checked National institutional or specialized accrediting agency
  Checked Regional accrediting agency - Specify
  Checked State accrediting or approval agency
  UnChecked Not applicable

5. Is this institution or any of its programs, departments, or schools currently accredited by any of the accrediting agencies recognized by the Secretary, U.S. Department of Education, which are on the list of National Institutional and Specialized Accrediting Bodies?
  Yes List of Accrediting Bodies

Part B - Organization & Accreditation
List Of National Institutional And Specialized Accrediting Bodies Recognized By The Secretary, U.S. Department Of Education
Programs accredited at your institution.
Law (LAW) - Professional schools
Pharmacy (PHAR) - Professional degree programs
Dental Hygiene (DH).
Dentistry (DENT) - Programs leading to the D.D.S. or D.M.D. degree; advanced dental education programs (general practice residency, advanced general dentistry, and specialty programs)
Counseling Psychology (COPSY) - Doctoral programs
Medicine (MED) - Programs leading to the M.D. degree
Music (MUS) - Baccalaureate and graduate degree programs
Theatre (THEA) - Institutions and units within institutions offering degree-granting and/or non-degree granting programs
Teacher Education (TED) - Baccalaureate and graduate programs for the preparation of teachers and other professional personnel for elementary and secondary schools
Nursing (NUR) - Baccalaureate and higher degree programs
Part C - Admission Requirements & Services
1. Does your institution have an open admission policy for all or most entering first-year undergraduate-level students?
  This institution does not admit first-year undergraduate-level students.

Part C - Admission Requirements & Services
2. Please select the option that best describes how your institution uses any of the following data in its undergraduate selection process.

  Admission Considerations Required            Recommended       Neither Required Nor Recommended       Don't Know
  Secondary school GPA                  
  Secondary school rank                  
  Secondary school record                  
  Completion of college-preparatory program                  
  Formal demonstration of competencies
(e.g., portfolios, certificates of mastery, assessment instruments)

  Admission test scores (SAT, ACT, etc.)                  
  (Test of English as a Foreign Language)

3. Please provide the number of first-time first-year, degree/certificate-seeking students who applied, were admitted, and enrolled (full or part time) at your institution for the most recent Fall period available. Include early decision, early action, and students who began studies during the summer prior to that fall. See instructions for further information.

  Select reporting period: Fall 2000 Fall 2001
  Men Women
  Number of applicants __992__ 1,529
  Number of admissions __719__ 1,133
  Number enrolled full-time __291__ __446__
  Number enrolled part-time __20__ __16__

4. If test scores are required for admission and 60 percent or more of your enrolled students [first-time first-year degree/certificate-seeking (undergraduate) students] submitted scores for a given test, please provide the following information: the number and percentage of enrolled students submitting SAT/ACT scores and the 25th and 75th percentile scores for each test. Provide data for the most recent group of students for which data are available; include new students admitted the summer prior to that fall.

  Select reporting period: Fall 2000 Fall 2001

  Number submitting SAT scores __21__  
  Percent submitting SAT scores __3__  
  Number submitting ACT scores __701__  
  Percent submitting ACT scores __91__  

  25th Percentile 75th Percentile
  SAT I Verbal __530__ __640__
  SAT I Math __560__ __650__
  ACT Composite __20__ __27__
  ACT English __20__ __27__
  ACT Math __19__ __26__

Part C - Admission Requirements & Services
5. Does your institution accept any of the following?
  [Check all that apply]
  Checked Dual credit (college credits earned while in high school)
  UnChecked Credit for life experiences
  Checked Advanced placement (AP) credits
  UnChecked None of the above

6. What types of special learning opportunities are offered by your institution?
  [Check all that apply]
  Checked Accelerated programs
  UnChecked Cooperative (work-study) program
  Checked Distance learning opportunities
  Checked Dual enrollment
  Checked ROTC
         Checked Army        UnChecked Navy        UnChecked Air Force
  Checked Study abroad
  UnChecked Weekend college
  Checked Teacher certification (below the postsecondary level)
         Checked Students can complete their preparation in certain areas of specialization
         UnChecked Students must complete their preparation at another institution for certain areas of specialization
         Checked This institution is approved by the state for the initial certification or licensure of teachers
  UnChecked None of the above

Part C - Admission Requirements & Services
7. If your institution grants a bachelorís degree or higher but does not offer a full 4-year program of study at the undergraduate level, how many years of completed college-level work are required for entrance?
  Number of years NA

8. Which of the following selected student services are offered by your institution?
  [Check all that apply]
  Checked Remedial services
  Checked Academic/career counseling services
  Checked Employment services for current students
  Checked Placement services for program completers
  Checked On-campus day care for children of students
  UnChecked None of the above

9. Does your institution have its own library or are you financially supporting a shared library with another postsecondary education institution?
  Have our own library
  Do not have our own library but contribute financial support to a shared library
  Neither of the above

Part D - Student Charges
Your response to the next question determines how your institution reports graduation rate data in the spring and how you report student charges in Part D of this survey.

1. What is the predominant calendar system at this institution? [Choose one]

  Standard academic terms
         Checking one of these systems determines that your institution will provide graduation rate data based on a FALL COHORT and student charges based on a FULL ACADEMIC YEAR
  4-1-4 or similar plan

  Other calendar systems
  Checking one of the following determines that your institution will provide graduation rate data based on a FULL YEAR COHORT and student charges data will be requested by PROGRAM.
  Differs by program
  Continuous basis (every 2 weeks, monthly, or other period)

2. Is an application fee for admission required by your institution?
  Yes - Indicate amount of application fee
  Undergraduate $ 25_____                                               
  Graduate $ 25_____
  First-professional $ 25_____

3. Does your institution enroll any full-time students?
  Yes - Indicate levels below
  Undergraduate (academic or occupational programs)
  First-time, first-year degree/certificate seeking (undergraduate) students

4. Does your institution charge different tuition for in-district, in-state or out-of-state students?

5. Does your institution provide on-campus housing?
  Yes - Specify dormitory capacity for academic year 2001-2002 809__

6. Do you provide board or meal plans to your students?
  Yes - Number of meals per week in the maximum meal plan offered 21
  Yes - Number of meals per week can vary (for example, student receives a meal card and charges meals against the card)

Part D - Student Charges
Note: Prior year data are displayed in red.

7. Charges to full-time undergraduate students for the full academic year 2001-2002:

  In-district In-state Out-of-state
  All Full-Time Undergraduates
           Average tuition $ 4,245 4104 $ 4,245 4104 $ 12,690 12273
           Required fees $ 791__ 650 $ 791__ 650 $ 791__ 650
           Per credit hour charge $ 142__ 137 $ 142__ 137 $ 423__ 409
           Comprehensive fee $ NA___ $ NA___ $ NA___
               (if Tuition / Room / Board
               cannot be separated)

Part D - Student Charges
Note: Prior year data are displayed in red.

8. Charges to full-time graduate students for the full academic year 2001-2002:

  In-district In-state Out-of-state
  Average tuition $ 4,298 4157 $ 4,298 4157 $ 12,929 12504
  Required fees $ 738__ 598 $ 738__ 598 $ 738__ 598
  Per credit hour charge $ 179__ 173 $ 179__ 173 $ 539__ 521

Note: Prior year data are displayed in red.
9. List the typical tuition and required fees for a full-time first-professional student for the full academic year 2001 - 2002.
Note: Do NOT include room and board charges
First Professional Student         In-state Out-of-state
1.Dentistry (D.D.S. or D.M.D.):
    Tuition amount $14221 13754 $28605 27664
    Required fees $809 667 $809 667
2.Medicine (M.D.):
    Tuition amount $17064 16502 $34574 33437
    Required fees $845 702 $845 702
3.Pharmacy (Pharm. D.):
    Tuition amount $9684 9366 $21588 20877
    Required fees $791 650 $791 650
4.Law (LL.B. OR J.D.):
    Tuition amount $9765 9444 $19524 18882
    Required fees $791 633 $791 633
Part D - Student Charges
Note: Prior year data are displayed in red.

10. What are the typical room and board charges for a student for the full academic year 2001-2002?
  If your institution does not provide room or board, enter NA. If your institution provides room or board free of charge, enter zero.  
  Room and Board Charges    Amount
         Room charge (Double occupancy) $ NA___         
         Board charge (Maximum plan) $ NA___
         Combined room and board charge $ 5,025 4865
               (Answer only if you CANNOT
               SEPARATE room and board charges.)

Part D - Student Charges
11.  Price of attendance for full-time, first-time undergraduate students:
  Please enter the amounts indicated below. These are the data that will be available to the public on the IPEDS COOL (College Opportunities On-Line) website. Please note that data for prior years can be corrected. If your institution participates in any Title IV programs (Pell, Stafford, etc.), please complete all information for the current year. Estimates of expenses for books and supplies, room and board, and other expenses are those used by your financial aid office for determining financial need.

  Charges for full academic year 1999 - 2000 2000 - 2001 2001 - 2002  
  Published tuition and fees:
           In-district $ 4,247 $ 4,462 $ 4,613  
           In-state $ 4,247 $ 4,462 $ 4,613  
           Out-of-state $ 11,634 $ 12,087 $ 12,495  
           Books and supplies $ 714__ $ 746__ $ 800__  
  On campus:
           Room and board $ 6,000 $ 6,160 $ 6,240  
           Other expenses $ 3,380 $ 3,530 $ 3,680  
  Off campus (not with family):
           Room and board $ 6,200 $ 6,390 $ 6,570  
           Other expenses $ 5,060 $ 5,250 $ 5,490  
  Off campus (with family):
           Other expenses $ 5,060 $ 5,250 $ 5,490  

     The University of Missouri System does not charge tuition to Missouri residents. The Board of Curators has set and approved educational and supplemental course fees for undergraduate, graduate, and first-professional students at the University of Missouri. Residents of Missouri are assessed the educational fee at resident rates. Students who are not residents of Missouri are assessed the educational fee at nonresidential rates. The amounts reported as tuition reflect the applicable educational fee.

Part E - Additional Information
1. Is this institution a member of a national athletic association?
  Yes - Check all that apply
           Checked National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)
           UnChecked National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA)
           UnChecked National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA)
           UnChecked National Small College Athletic Association (NSCAA)
           UnChecked National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA)
           UnChecked Other

2. If this institution is a member of the NCAA or NAIA, specify the conference FOR EACH SPORT using the droplist.
  Sport NCAA or NAIA Member Conference
  Football No Yes - Specify - Select One..
  Basketball No Yes - Specify 120 - Mid-Continent Conference
  Baseball No Yes - Specify - Select One..
  Cross Country and/or Track No Yes - Specify 120 - Mid-Continent Conference