Accountability at Colorado State University

The mission of Colorado State University is to set the standard for public research institutions in teaching, research, service and extension for the benefit of the people of Colorado, the United States and the world. This website was created to give CSU students, university employees and Colorado citizens easy access to comprehensive data and reports from the university and to serve as a one-stop source for information that can be used to evaluate the progress of CSU toward achieving its goals. By creating a clearinghouse of vital data, Colorado State demonstrates its firmly held commitment as a public institution to transparency and accountability.

Fiscal Accountability

Annual Financial Accountability Report

Colorado State University publishes an annual Financial Accountability Report to provide easy access to audited financial statements, along with summary information on areas of specific concern to Colorado State’s constituents.

Included in the reports:

  • Cost to Students
  • Revenue Sources and Trends
  • Expenditures and Trends
  • State Support
  • Assets and Liabilities
  • Institutional Overview

Financial Data in the Factbook

Related information is also available in the Factbook published by the Office of Institutional Research. For example:

  • Financial Aid Awarded to Students (in Millions
  • University Net Private Support
  • History of Revenue per Student FTE
  • History of Financial Environment

Financial Transparency Report

The Financial Transparency Report provides information about the resources available to the University and how these resources are deployed in meeting the University’s tri-part mission.

College and Division Operating Budget Summaries

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Research

Annual Research Report

Research ReportThe Annual Research Report is available online – click here.

The Annual Research Report is available online at here. Data included in the report:

  • Research Expenditures
  • Proposal Dollars Requested
  • Competitive Proposals Submitted
  • Proposals and Awards by Fund Source, College and Department

Research Data in the Factbook

Related information is also available in the expenditures and resources section of the Factbook published by the Office of Institutional Research.

Faculty and Staff

Data in the Factbook

Fact BookMore detailed information is available in theEmployees Section of the University Fact Book[PDF].

Employee Highlights from the Fact Book

  • Total University Employees:
    • Regular Tenure-Track Faculty 1,063
    • Special Faculty 436
    • Temporary Faculty 281
    • Administrative Professionals (excluding Research Associates) 2,166
    • Administrative Professionals (Research Associates) 981
    • State-Classified Staff 1,693
    • Post Doctorates 253
    • Other Salaried Employees 112
    • Total Employees 6,985
  • Percent of faculty on regular, tenure-track appointments who are full professors: 41
  • Largest number of faculty on tenure-track appointments by college: Liberal Arts (238), Natural Sciences (181), Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences (176)
  • Faculty on tenure-track appointments who are full professors: 42%, down from 47% in 2005-06
  • Faculty on tenure-track appointments who are ethnic minorities: 15%, up from 11% in 2005-06
  • Faculty on tenure-track appointments who are women: 37%, up from 29% in 2005-06
  • Faculty on tenure-track appointments who are tenured: 77%, up from 75% in 2005-06
  • Mean faculty salaries for all ranks combined for faculty on tenure-track appointments: nine-month appointments $95,782 and 12-month appointments $136,602
  • Total new faculty hired on tenure-track appointments: 79
  • Largest number of faculty on special appointments by college: Liberal Arts (212), Health & Human Sciences (63), Veterinary Medicine & Biological Sciences (58)
  • Largest number of faculty on temporary appointments by college: Health & Human Sciences (104), Liberal Arts (79), Business (38)
  • Largest number of administrative professionals by area: VP for Student Affairs (286), Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences (168), CSU Extension (161)
  • Largest number of research associates by area: Warner College of Natural Resources (429), Engineering (152), Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences (137)
  • Largest number of state classified staff by area: VP for University Operations (513), VP for Student Affairs (447), Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences (244)
  • The Employees Section of the Factbook published by the Office of Institutional Research contains more detailed information and data.

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