Directory of Member Institutions

  
Name
City
Moline, IL
Galesburg, IL
Glen Ellyn, IL
Grayslake, IL
Danville, IL
Elgin, IL
Fairfield, IL
Palatine, IL
Normal, IL
Freeport, IL
East Peoria, IL
Olney, IL
Oglesby, IL
Carterville, IL
Quincy, IL
Joliet, IL
Kankakee, IL
Centralia, IL
Malta, IL
Mattoon, IL
Godfrey, IL
Springfield, IL
Robinson, IL
Crystal Lake, IL
Palos Hills, IL
Cicero, IL
Des Plaines, IL
Olney, IL
Champaign, IL
Chicago Heights, IL
Ina, IL
Decatur, IL
Rockford, IL
Dixon, IL
Ullin, IL
South Holland, IL
Harrisburg, IL
Belleville, IL
Canton, IL
River Grove, IL
Mount Carmel, IL
Sugar Grove, IL

 Projected Graduates 2000-2015

Educational Attainment, People 25 and older
%State rank
High School: 85.2%29
Bachelor's degree: 29.1%13
Migration/Immigration Projections 2000-2010
#Rank
Net internal migrants: -618,01250
Net international migrants380,9495
Rural/Urban Population
% in metropolitan area86.8%
% in nonmetropolitan area13.2%

 Tuition and Family Income

Average tuition (including fees)
Public 2-year: $1,951
Public 4-year: $6,497
Median Income
Family of 4: $70,357
Tuition as a % of family income
Public 2-year: 2.8%
Public 4-year: 9.2%

 State Racial/Ethnic Percentages

African American: 14.6%
Asian/Pacific: 4.0%
Hispanic: 14.0%
Native American: 0.1%
White: 66.1%
Other/Multiple: 1.1%
Total Minority: 33.9%

 Economics

Gross State Product (in billions)
Amount: $560.24
National Rank: 34
% change 2004-05:2.1
Number of Businesses (1995-2000)
Number: 8,955
% Change: 2.9%

Member Institutions in Illinois


 Number of Colleges

Public: 45
Independent: 11
Tribal: 0

 Credit Enrollment

Fall 2001: 343,808
Fall 2004: 374,229
Full-year 2003/2004: 712,862
% of population served: 7.5%

 Student Characteristics

Gender
Male: 41.4%
Female: 58.6%
Attendance Status
Full-time: 36.7%
Part-time: 63.3%
Race/ethnicity
African American: 15.3%
Asian/Pacific: 4.5%
Hispanic: 15.9%
Native American: 0.4%
White: 62.8%
Other: 1.1%
Total Minority:36.1%
AgePart-timeFull-time
17 and younger: 5.5%1.2%
18 to 21: 19.6%64.6%
22 to 29: 28.8%20.7%
30 to 39: 20.9%8.2%
40 and older: 25.2%5.2%

 Average Faculty Salary

Public 2-year: $58,665
Public 4-year: $65,220
Independent 2-year: $30,056
Independent 4-year: $72,386

 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: $479.36
Community colleges: $153.05
% to community colleges: 31.9%
State Grant Aid
All sectors: $370.64

 Appropriation

All higher education (in thousands)
State: $2,685,920
Local: $643,538
Total: $3,329,458

 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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