E. ACADEMIC OFFERINGS AND POLICIES
E1 Special study options: Identify those programs available at your institution. Refer to the glossary for definitions. (Undergraduate Only)
E1 Accelerated program X
E1 Cooperative (work-study) program X
E1 Cross-registration X
E1 Distance learning  
E1 Double major X
E1 Dual enrollment  
E1 English as a Second Language (ESL) X
E1 Exchange student program (domestic) X
E1 External degree program X
E1 Honors Program X
E1 Independent study X
E1 Internships X
E1 Liberal arts/career combination  
E1 Student-designed major  
E1 Study abroad X
E1 Teacher certification program  
E1 Weekend college  
E1 Other (specify):  
 
E2 This question has been removed from the Common Data Set
E3 Areas in which all or most students are required to complete some course work prior to graduation:
E3 Arts/fine arts  
E3 Computer literacy X
E3 English (including composition) X
E3 Foreign languages  
E3 History  
E3 Humanities X
E3 Mathematics X
E3 Philosophy  
E3 Sciences (biological or physical) X
E3 Social science X
E3 Other (describe):  
 
Library Collections
Report the number of holdings. Refer to IPEDS 2000 Academic Libraries Survey, Section D "Library Collections, FY 2000", lines 26-30, column 2 for corresponding equivalents.
E4 Books, serial backfiles, and other materials including government documents (paper titles--line 27) that are accessible through the library's catalog:         791,194
E5 Current serial subscriptions in paper and microform--not electronic--including government documents (line 29):             3,844
E6 Microforms (units--line 28):      1,704,194
E7 Audiovisual materials (units--line 30):             4,952