Directory of Member Institutions

 Projected Graduates 2000-2015

Educational Attainment, People 25 and older
%State rank
High School: 87.6%31
Bachelor's degree: 31.6%14
Migration/Immigration Projections 2000-2010
#Rank
Net internal migrants: 128,8439
Net international migrants-318,98749
Rural/Urban Population
% in metropolitan area88.5%
% in nonmetropolitan area11.5%

 Tuition and Family Income

Average tuition (including fees)
Public 2-year: $3,526
Public 4-year: $12,770
Median Income
Family of 4: $82,918
Tuition as a % of family income
Public 2-year: 4.3%
Public 4-year: 15.4%

 State Racial/Ethnic Percentages

African American: 14.2%
Asian/Pacific: 5.0%
Hispanic: 16.5%
Native American: 0.1%
White: 62.7%
Other/Multiple: 1.4%
Total Minority: 35.8%

 Economics

Gross State Product (in billions)
Amount: $720.69
National Rank: 5
% change 2004-05:2.4
Number of Businesses (1995-2000)
Number: 1,762
% Change: 0.6%

Member Institutions in Illinois


 Number of Colleges

Public: 45
Independent: 9
Tribal: 0

 Credit Enrollment

Fall 2001: 374,229
Fall 2004: 357,441
Full-year 2003/2004: 696,653
% of population served:

 Student Characteristics

Gender
Male: 43.5%
Female: 56.5%
Attendance Status
Full-time: 37.7%
Part-time: 62.3%
Race/ethnicity
African American: 15.3%
Asian/Pacific: 4.3%
Hispanic: 21.0%
Native American: 0.3%
White: 53.0%
Other: 6.1%
Total Minority:40.9%
AgePart-timeFull-time
17 and younger: 9.4%1.1%
18 to 21: 25.4%64.3%
22 to 29: 27.9%20.6%
30 to 39: 17.1%8.1%
40 and older: 20.2%5.9%

 Average Faculty Salary

Public 2-year: $88,243
Public 4-year: $96,945
Independent 2-year: $48,778
Independent 4-year: $87,169

 Full Time Employees

#% newly hired
Faculty: 4,8915.7%
Executive/management: 2,0733.6%
Other Professionals: 8977.2%
Other staff: 7,0312.0%

 Financial Aid

Pell Grants (in millions)
State total: $1,331.58
Community colleges: $414.58
% to community colleges: 31.1%
State Grant Aid
All sectors: $378.80

 Appropriation

All higher education (in thousands)
State: $366,165,062
Local: $943,515,874
Total: $1,309,680,936

 Highest Paying Occupations

Occupation
Median Salary
Nuclear Technicians$70,500
Computer Specialists, All Other$66,200
Nuclear Medicine Technologists$64,700
Ship Engineers$63,300
Dental Hygienists$60,900

 Fastest Growing Occupations

Occupation
2002
2012
% Change
Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors7,73010,69038.3%
Medical records and health information technicians6,2908,58036.4%
Veterinary technologists and technicians1,6902,27034.3%
Physical therapist assistants2,4303,24033.3%
Preschool teachers, except special education*17,91023,24029.8%

 Fastest Declining Occupations

Occupation
2002
2012
% Change
Radio mechanics200140-30.0%
Travel agents5,8004,850-16.4%
Prepress technicians and workers6,1105,160-15.5%
Electrical and electronics drafters1,4401,360-5.6%
Mechanical drafters2,6202,540-3.1%
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