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TEXAS A&M cont.
25, 28, 29 Increase reflects the acquisition of a law school into the Texas A&M University umbrella.
27 At the same time enrollment has increased because of the acquisition of the law school, the
university has continued programs to reduce part-time enrollment and promote full-time four
All figures are as of 08/31/2014.
Library branches included: Southwest Collections/Special Collections Library, Vietnam
Archive, Education, Museum, and the Architecture Library.
1 Represents Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library only.
10 Includes worker’s compensation insurance, health match, TRS matching, ORP matching, opt out
health matching, lump sum vacation pool, retiree insurance pool, Medicaid, Medicare, FICA,
and social security.
11 Editor’s Note: Published figure reflects the official designated percent for the Health Sciences
Library, as this is the maximum value entered for this question.
16 Increase due to the way Southwest Collections/Special Collections were counting transactions.
None of their items circulate so previous year’s numbers should have been reflected in reference
transactions but were incorrectly counted as circulation transactions.
17 Decrease due to the way Southwest Collections/Special Collections were counting transactions.
None of their items circulate so numbers should have been reflected in reference transactions.
19 Vietnam Archives increased 4,818,679, the Southwest Collection/Special Collection Library
increased 323,913, while the University Library increased 2,046,736.
20 Problems were corrected to enable a full year count.
23 Law degrees were not included in previous years reporting, the error has been corrected for this
reporting cycle. The number reported for this fiscal year is preliminary.
24 Law degrees were not included in previous years reporting.
All figures are as of 04/30/2014.
Library branches included: All 44 libraries in the U of T Library system.
6–9, 10, 12 Expenditures as reported in Canadian dollars. Collections Expenditures: (7a) $13,830,732; (7b)
$17,485,101; (7c) $507,417; (7) $31,823,250; Salary Expenditures: (8a) $17,114,695; (8b) $18,638,242; (8c)
$4,443,067; (8) $40,196,004; (10) $9,517,256; Overall Expenditures: (7) $31,823,250; (8) $40,196,004; (9)
$14,508,617; (6) $86,527,871; (12) NA/UA. NOTE: Total Salaries and Wages (Q8) EXCLUDES Fringe
Benefits Expenditures (Q10).
7.a Includes dedicated gift and grant funds used for a one-time special purchase.
9 In 2012–2013, the operating expenditures of one large library branch were not included in the
reported figure. For 2013–2014, this figure includes a major one-time equipment purchase
funded by a provincial government grant.
14 Number of sessions reported in 2012–2013 was incorrect. It should have been 2,400.
25 Decrease in FT faculty is due to increase in sessional contract faculty.
Library branches included: Figures with the main (Howard-Tilton) library include those from
the Turchin Business Library and the Vorhoff Library at the Newcomb Center for Research on
Women. Also Tulane’s Architecture Library, Math Library, and the Amistad Research Center.