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Table 2 BUILD Institutional Contextual Data

From: A participatory approach to evaluating a national training and institutional change initiative: the BUILD longitudinal evaluation

BUILD Prime Grantee Institution (State) Public/ Private/ HBCU Average Total NIH Funding 2011-2013A Admission RateB Average SATC Percent Pell GrantsD 6-yr. Graduation Rates Total Student Body Percent URME Number of Incoming Freshman Percent Transfer Students
California State University, Long Beach (CA) Public $4.3 35% 1055 50% 57% 36,809 42% 4335 12%
California State University, Northridge (CA) Public $4.7 53% 915 52% 48% 40,131 48% 5526 16%
San Francisco State University (CA) Public $7.9 66% 990 43% 47% 29,465 29% 3754 12%
Portland State University (OR) Public $5.2 69% 1030 41% 42% 27,696 15% 1703 15%
University of Alaska Fairbanks (AK) Public $8.8 73%* 545* 29% 33% 8620 20% 942 6%
University of Texas at El Paso (TX) Public $11.3 100% 460* 58% 38% 23,079 85% 3256 10%
Xavier University of Louisiana (LA) HBCU $5.0 66% 1005 53% 47% 2976 79% 579 5%
University of Detroit Mercy (MI) Private $0.0 69% 1121 29% 57% 4945 14% 469 7%
University of Maryland, Baltimore County (MD) Public $9.0 60% 1210 28% 61% 13,979 22% 1629 11%
Morgan State University (MD) HBCU $1.6 65% 880 62% 29% 7698 87% 1078 7%
  1. Note. Information regarding institutional characteristics is pulled from the Institute of Education Sciences (IES) National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) - Final release data, 2013-2016. Items with a * are from https://www.princetonreview.com/. See: https://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/datacenter/ BUILD Program names are listed under each of the BUILD Chapters in this issue
  2. AContext of NIH funding at BUILD institutions, reported in Millions, prior to BUILD awards. Retrieved from NIH Project Reporter, 2011-2015. See: https://projectreporter.nih.gov/reporter.cfm
  3. BSelectivity level based on admission rates, is defined as follows: Less Competitive: more than 65%, Moderately Competitive: between 51%-65%, Competitive: between 34%-50%, Most Competitive: between 16%-33%, Elite or Highly Competitive: Less than 15%
  4. CAverage SAT score is calculated based on the average of the 25th and 75th percentile for Critical Reading and Math. Average scores are only reported for institutions with data available for 25% or more of their undergraduate students
  5. DPercentage of Pell Grant for all undergraduate students or first time enrolled (UAF only) undergraduate students
  6. EPercentage of Underrepresented Minorities (URM) is the sum of the percent of undergraduate students from the following ethnicities: American Indian or Alaskan Native; Black or African American; Hispanic/Latino; and Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander. These rates are likely underestimated given the exclusion of percent two or more races and unknown ethnicity