STARS v1.2

Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

Edwardsville, IL, US


Rating Score Liaison Submission Date Executive Letter
Expired Expired Rich Walker March 22, 2013 Download

Characteristics

Full-time Equivalent Enrollment 10,160
Number of Undergraduate Students 11,428
Number of Graduate Students 2,807
Full-time Equivalent Employees 2,224
Institution type Baccalaureate
Institutional control Public
Endowment size 16,467,000
Percentage of students that are Residential 32.0
Percentage of students that are Full-time commuter 51.0
Percentage of students that are Part-time commuter 23.0
Percentage of students that are On-line only 0.0
Gross square feet of building space 1,478,110.0
Gross square feet of laboratory space 20,000.0
Acres of cultivated grounds 1,600.0
Acres of undeveloped land 1,060.0
Climate region Mixed-Humid

Campus Features

Feature Is Present? Is Included in Report
Agricultural School No No
Medical School No No
Pharmacy School Yes No
Public Health No No
Veterinary School No No
Satellite Yes No
Hospital No No
Farm Yes (450.0 acres) No
Agricultural experiment station No No

Additional Details

Mission/Vision/Values

Mission
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville is a public comprehensive university dedicated to the communication, expansion and integration of knowledge through excellent undergraduate education as its first priority and complementary excellent graduate and professional academic programs; through the scholarly, creative and research activity of its faculty, staff and students; and through public service and cultural and arts programming in its region.

Vision
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, as a premier Metropolitan University, will be recognized nationally for the excellence of its programs and development of professional and community leaders.

Values
Recognizing public education as the cornerstone of a democracy, SIUE carries out its mission based on certain fundamental, shared values. We value:
Citizenship

Social, civic and political responsibility, globally, nationally, locally, and within the University
Active partnerships and a climate of collaboration and cooperation among faculty, staff, students and the larger community
Environmental stewardship
Excellence
High quality student learning
Continuous improvement and innovation
Outstanding scholarship and public service
Standards consonant with the premier status to which we aspire
Integrity
Accountability to those we serve and from whom we receive support
Honesty in our communications and in our actions
Openness
Inclusion of the rich diversity of humankind in all aspects of university life
Respect for individual differences
Intellectual freedom and diversity of thought
Access for all who can benefit from our programs
Wisdom
Creation, preservation, and sharing of knowledge
Application of knowledge in a manner that promotes the common good
Life-long learning

Credit Status
Integrated Pest Management Not Pursuing
Native Plants Not Pursuing
Wildlife Habitat Complete
Tree Campus USA Not Pursuing
Snow and Ice Removal Not Pursuing
Landscape Waste Composting Not Pursuing
Credit Status
Campus Fleet Not Pursuing
Student Commute Modal Split Not Pursuing
Employee Commute Modal Split Not Pursuing
Bicycle Sharing Complete
Facilities for Bicyclists Not Pursuing
Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan Not Pursuing
Mass Transit Programs Complete
Condensed Work Week Not Pursuing
Telecommuting Not Pursuing
Carpool/Vanpool Matching Complete
Cash-out of Parking Not Pursuing
Carpool Discount Not Pursuing
Local Housing Not Pursuing
Prohibiting Idling Not Pursuing
Car Sharing Not Pursuing
Credit Status
Water Consumption Complete
Stormwater Management Complete
Waterless Urinals Not Pursuing
Building Water Metering Complete
Non-Potable Water Usage Not Pursuing
Xeriscaping Not Pursuing
Weather-Informed Irrigation Not Pursuing
Credit Status
Innovation 1 Complete
Innovation 2 Complete
Innovation 3 Not Pursuing
Innovation 4 Not Pursuing

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