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DOCUMENTS DEPARTMENT
UNIVEkSIIY OF FLORIDA !iX'AHIES
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA


Cibrary


Statistics


LARGER COLLEGES

and UNIVERSITIES

1956-57









Circular Number 578
U. S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND WELFARE


Office of Education


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HIGHLIGHTS


1. At the end. of the academic year 1956-57, libraries of
colleges and universities with enrollments of 5,000
students or more had a median of 349,250 volumes. They
had added a median of 17,031 volumes during the year.

2. The median number of professional staff in these
libraries was 20.1; of nonprofessional staff, 20.0.

3. In 1956-57, these libraries spent an average of $36.87
per student.

4. Of each dollar of library operating expenditure, salaries
and wages accounted for 64 cents; library materials and
binding, slightly less than 31 cents; and other operating
costs, about 5 cents.

5. Between 1946-47 and 1956-57, average library operating
expenditures of large institutions increased 146.7
percent and library operating expenditures per student
rose 122.9 percent. However, during this period, library
expenditures scarcely varied from being 3.1 percent of
total institutional expenditures for educational and
general purposes.





Circular Number 578


libraryy Statistics

of LARGER COLLEGES

and UNIVERSITIES

1956-57

by John Carson Rather
Specialist for College and
Research Libraries





U. S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH,
EDUCATION, AND WELFARE
Arthur S. Flemming, Secretary
Office of Education Lawrence G. Derthick, Commissioner


































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FOREWORD


Circular No. 578 presents library statistics of colleges
and universities with enrollments of 5,000 students or more for
1956-57. It is the first of three reports based on a nationwide
survey of libraries in institutions of higher education for that
year. All are in the series of studies made periodically by the
Office of Education since 1946-47. The second report will be a
circular giving selected statistics of higher education libraries
by type of institution and by size of enrollment. The final
report will cover all aspects of academic libraries. It will
appear as a chapter of the Biennial Survey of Education, 1956-58.

The libraries included in this circular have been treated
separately because the institutions they serve enroll nearly
half of all college students in the United States. For that
reason, these statistics are considered to cover a significant
part of library service to higher education.

For the first time in this series, past and current
statistics have been analyzed to highlight trends in the develop-
ment of academic libraries. A comparison has been made of library
statistics of institutions that reported at least 5,000 students
during the national surveys of 1946-47, 1951-52, and 1956-57. The
results reveal significant growth in the size of book collections,
the number of dollars spent for operating costs and the number of
staff.

This circular owes its substance to the librarians who
took time to supply the original data. The Office of Education
takes this opportunity to thank them for their wholehearted
cooperation. Acknowledgment is made also to Willard Mishoff who
initiated the study and to Doris C. Holladay, project analyst,
who edited the statistical reports and tabulated the data.


ROY M. HALL, Assistant Commissioner
and Director, Division of
Statistics and Research Services


JOHN G. LORENZ, Director
Library Services Branch


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LIBRARY STATISTICS OF LARGER COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES, 1956-57


Coverage

This circular gives basic data on the resources, use, expenditures
and personnel of libraries in 135 colleges and universities with enroll-
ments of 5,000 students or more during 1956-57. The data are from reports
sent to the Office of Education during a nationwide survey of all libraries
in institutions of higher education for 1956-57. The circular is confined
to libraries serving 5,000 students or more on one campus. A few schools
had more than 5,000 students only because of large enrollments in extension
programs. Since these programs usually do not depend on conventional
library service, schools of this type were eliminated to avoid distorting
the figure for operating expenditures per student.

Table 1 lists 135 libraries. As only 13 eligible institutions failed
to submit reports, the table covers 91.2 percent of the institutions in
this category. Although the 135 institutions represent only 7.3 percent
of the total number in 1956-57, they served 1,409,628 students, 47.8 percent
of the nation's enrollment in higher education.

The characteristics of this group do not coincide with those of
all institutions taken together. In addition to large enrollments, these
differences should be noted:

1. Of the 1,852 institutions of higher education in 1956-57, 34.9
percent were under public control; 65.1 percent under private control. In
this circular, 66.7 percent are under public control; 33.3 percent under
private control.

2. Land-grant colleges and universities accounted for 3.7 percent
of all institutions of higher education. In this circular, the percentage
of land-grant schools is 23.0.

3. Junior colleges constituted 26.1 percent of all institutions
of higher education. In this circular, they amount to only 9.6 percent.

Book Stock

The combined book stock of these 135 libraries was 78,175,115 volumes.
The distribution by size of book stock is as follows:

uhi a am N Id
volumes libraries

1,000,000 or more ........ 20
500,000-999,999 .......... 27
250,000-499,999 .......... 34
100,000-249,999 ......... 32
Less than 100,000 ........ 22
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The range was from 15,520 volumes to 6,225,447. The aveage was
579,075; the median, 349,250. All 13 junior college librariesI/ were in
the lowest category. Table 2 lists libraries reporting 1,000,000 volumes
or more.
Of the libraries in table 1, 131 reported the number of volumes
added to their collections. The range was from 977 volumes to 139,686;
the average 24,477; the median 17,031. Their total acquisitions of
1,944,463 volumes produced a 4.0 percent annual increase in book stock
(ignoring withdrawals).

Library Expenditures

The total operating expenditures of the 135 libraries amounted to
$51,967,244. Analysis by type of expenditure reveals that salaries and
wages accounted for 64.0 percent; library materials and binding, 30.8
percent; and other operating expenditures, 5.2 percent. The average
operating cost per student was $36.87. The distribution by total operating
expenditures is shown below:
Total opemfri Number of
ezpeMrores liuRieM
$1,000,000 or more ......... 9
$500,ooo-$999, 999 .......... 22
$250,000-$499,999 .......... 39
$100,000-$249,999 .......... 44
Less than $100,000 ......... 21
The largest budget was $2,354,189; the smallest, $21,697 (exclusive
of 2 junior colleges that gave incomplete financial data). The average was
$384,943; the median $266,025. All 13 junior college libraries were in the
lowest category. Libraries reporting total expenditures of $500,00 or more
are listed in table 3.
In addition to the data in table 1, 24 libraries reported capital
outlay of more than $1,000. The range was from $1,486 to $2,710,000; the
total amounted to $10,950,670.

Library Personnel

The 135 libraries were staffed by the full-time equivalent of 7,836
persons. Of these, 3,822 were designated as professional librarians. The
distribution by staff (total, professional and nonprofessional) follows:
Total number Number of Number of Number of Number of Number of
of staff libraries professionals libraries soaprofessionals li
100 or more .... 18 50 or more ..... 13 50 or more ...... 18
50-99 .......... 38 25-49 .......... 40 25-49 ........... 40
25-49 .......... 38 12-24 .......... 49 12-24 ........... 31
10-24 .......... 27 5-11 ............ 22 5-11 ............ 23
Less than 10 ... 14 Less than 5 .... 11 Less than 5 ..... 22
I/ Chicago City Junior College was not classified with this group because it reported jointly with Chicago Teachers
College.
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The largest staff consisted of 389 persons; the smallest, 2. The
average was 58; the median, 42.4. Of the 13 junior college libraries, 12
employed less than 10 persons. The number of professional librarians
ranged from 156 to 1. The average was 28; the median, 20.1. One library
ranked highest by reporting 233 nonprofessional workers; one library
reported that it had no nonprofessional employees. The average was 30;
the median, 20.0.

Ninety-seven institutions, slightly more than 70 percent, conferred
faculty status on one or more professional librarians on their staffs. In
all, 1'526 professionals, or about 40 percent, were so classified.

LIBRARY TRENDS IN LARGER INSTITUTIONS

To highlight changes in size of collections, financial support and
number of staff, table 4 presents statistics of 79 libraries in colleges
and universities that had 5,000 students or more during the entire 10-year
period beginning with 1946-47. This group includes all but one of the
institutions that maintained this level of enrollment. The data were taken
from nat onwide surveys by the Library Services Branch for 1946-47-/ and
1951-523 and the present report. To facilitate comparison the data for
each year have been averaged.

From 1946-47 to 1956-57, these libraries made the following average
gains:

Book stock, +53.3 percent.

Operating expenditures, +146.7 percent.

Number of staff, +47.3 percent.

Operating expenditures per student, +122.9 percent.

Expenditures for these 79 libraries increased substantially but not
disproportionately. During this period, they scarcely varied from being
3.1 percent of total institutional expenditures for educational and general
purposes. Thus they accurately reflected the rising costs of higher education
in the United States.



_2 U. S. Office of Education. Statistics of Libraries in Institutions of Higher Education, 1946-47. Washington, 1949.
(Biesaint Survey of Education is the United States, 1946-48, Chapter 6.)
_/ U. S. Office of Education. Statistics of Libraries in Institutions of Higher Education, 1951-52. Washington, 1954.
(Biemaial Survey of Education is the United Seates, 1950-52, Chapter 6.)


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Table 1. LIRARE SUTISTICS OP COLLORS AND UKIVEBSITIS


Book etock rStudet er Ci t c am b Mal
Total To al (officers, hour open
number of number of Under- teachers, per week
Nea and location of Inrtitution volumes volumes graduate, Graduate exttaulon HIe Reserved for
added at end *pacl workera,et*. use books circulation
during year of year etc. a regular (regular
session) *Saaida)

1 2 3 1. 5 6 7 8
All institulons 2,941.6,163 78,175,115 1,183,309 226,319 136,35i 16,669,119 10,796,22h -


1 Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Auburn 234,716 7,858 526 900 82
2 Uniersity of Alabama, Universety 2-/'2,316 /556,323 V7,101 -s55, V555 180,663 76,623 80
3 Arizona State College, Tempe 31,256 269,122 10,959 1,619 302 107,522 35,071i s0
l'niversity of Arizona, Taceon 12,231 280,185 6,8i7 5h2 827 82,787 95,296 79
5 University of Arkansas, Fayetterille 16,594 391,91.5 h,759 757 1,036 93,591h 5,8512 8k
6 Bakersfield College, Bakersfield, Calif. 977 21,213 7,076 113 66
7 Ci ty College of San Francisco, San Francisco, Calif. 1,850 418,219 6,510 262 l.2
8 SasT. Los Angeles Junior College, Los Angeles, Calif. 1,557 23,503 8,001 4- 315 21,61l 56
9 El Camino College, El Camino College, Calif.- 2,537 19,931 8,600 187 &
10 Fresno State Collage, Fresno, Calif. 9,437 122,153 5,13k 1,371 422 91,090 72,272 67


U Long Beach City College, Long Beach, Calif. 3,817 63,639 15,899 273 90,613 5h
12 Long Beach State Collage, Long Beach, Calif. 12,873 71,094 5,599 3,218 28k 160,728 21,2016 67
13 Los Angeles City College, Los Angeles, Calif. 5,82L 88,319 16,611. 300 67,826 33,998 60
14 Los Angeles Pierce Junior College, Woodland Hills, Calif. 2,192 15,520 6,537 409 22,388 53
15 TLo Angeles Valley Junior College, Van Nuys, Calif. 3,172 16,1U12 5,378 109 0,781. 50
16 Pasadena City College, Pasadena, Calif. 2,786 57,149 6,987 333 57,120 4,959 69
17 Sacramento Junior College, Sacramento, Calif. 1,610 11.,61.0 7,696 1u5 38,783 57
18 Sacraaento State College, Sacramento, Calif. 8,. I 72,879 3,630 1,1.0a 236 80,876 13,668 70
19 San Bernardino Valley College, San Bernardino, Calif. 1,000 36,000 6,538 109 U,561 1,00 54
20 San Diego State College, Sanri Diego, Calif. 9,4.50 171,939 8,02. 1,913 182 194,502 63,551 72


21 San Francisco State College, San Francisco, Calif. 11,851 122,111 10,326 1,681 151 18,366 29,313 69
22 San Jose State College, San Jose, Calif. 9,966 170,855 10,l19 162 676 166,271 123,a66 7k
23 Santa Monica City College, Santa Monica, Calif. 2,730 22,418 9,l60 150 53
2. Stanford University, Stanford, Calif. 19,959 1,.14,661 5,1l5 2,865 -2,767 313,315 332,807 84
University of Californiar
25 Berkeley Campus 89,33k 2,226.359 ,813 5,226 2,030 813,553 609,616 87
26 Los Angeles Campus 68,612 1,229,572 13,630 4,709 5,1085 41,852 509,168 87
27 University of Southern California, Las Angples 29,551 799,417 11,870 5,992 1,062 199,667 121,W 861
28 University of Colorado, Boulder 37,792 920,759 9,585 l,516 940 189,663 199,828 76
29 Universit. of Denver, Denver, Colo. 7,997 332,654 6,1'02 1,127 577 103,762 75,296 68 5
30 University of Connecticut, Store 9,832 227,315 8,.75 937 1,222 63,30a 55.655 92


31 Tale University, Nee Haven, Conn. 58,701 4,139,007 4,616 2,597 1,913 2/2160,o0. 1W/86,227 96
32 Florida Sta'e University, lallahessee 15,192 192,726 7,356 861 638 179,361 30,836 82
33 University of Florida, Gainesville 37,600 736,855 12,55h 1,380 1,582 172,105 92,219 95
31, In tarastty of Mii, Coral Gables, Fla. 29,198 633,410 11,372 606 601 118,702 26,81. 83
35 Georgia Instiute of Technology, Atlanta ll1,1,00 193,127 5,191 233 509 460.76 12,626 86
36 Georgia State College of Business Administration, Atlanta 8,546 85,W415 5,653 199 L6,872 26,019 82
37 University of Oeorgia, Athens 1l,035 352,906 8,703 729 1,689 71,657 12,856 83
38 Chicago City Junior College, Chicago, 11.1 1 15,176 1U3,718 15,00 2,302 536 135,098 32,61a6 70
39 ePaul University, Chicago, 111. 7,663 167.968 6,825 911 327 P1
10 Loyola University, Chicago, I. 16,780 298,65 5,7768 1,18 569 52,835 36027 78


See footnotes at end of table.


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WITH nDIWLIUTS OF 5,000 STITNTSU OR MORE, 1956-57


C-
Student
service


Operating expamditu ra


Books


NumoBr nf library staff


I
a 1 a I
lif l-thne nralit I


periodlcal-( BlinLng


hudioviesual
materials


Other
(excludirg
building
main tan.mcel


rIbAl p'rofessina:


Non-
prc rfeatoln
(excludirng
student.
iasI itants


N hater of
>r ofoeeoonal
a stafr ith
facul ty
states


10 1 12 13 h 15 16 17 18 19 20 21


91,9f,21h I28,739,51 ISLL 537,52.L I2,3LL,897 11,529,12b1 $1,992,237 1 12?,6541 62,-9,2'" L 7,R36


169 .65
375,580
150,550
209,318
212,145
L1,9641
8,633

51h,300
67,823
211,440


63,270
187,555
36,750
JO,021
i ,910W
57,537
9,100
152,e9
32,787
223,030


269,922
336,82&
32,839



2,35L.,189
1,574,761
622,501.
391,271
179,206
215,895


1,289,916
384,709
618,651
150,631.
226,1 26
110,559
296,362
277,768

120,105
128,.77


97,288
180,535
80,4650
94,138
120,556
25,816
(7)
?5,060
46,882
139,676


11,790
112,155
(7)
14,120
27,681
39,235

(7)
95,011
21.,050
1165,067


175,057
225,685
19,9166
478,866


1,407,605
821.,192
350,965
193,921
1U9,633
105,h26


R 792,185
237,666
369,891.
222,130
139,951
1.8,221
17, 376
183,880

56,903
1148,302


30,370 U.,966 6/1, 00

12,037 1/U,809 -
11,90 1.7,852 12,231


8,327
26,066
9,300
26,931
13,.75
h,977
(7)
1,160
2,625
17,217


4,817
20,1.00
(7)
2,538
2,615
1,190

(7)
13,068
1,780
16,886


27,30O
27,600
2,657
79,831.


313,561
227,908
51,1.88
42,500
9,962

8,537



18,472
59,513
21,357
11, 899
8,9h8
11,825


2, 335
126,176
60,000

2'65,628
38,736
5,632
5,581L


15,000
27,109


12,023
36,000
30,000
10,956
11,768
11,721.
6,000
30,675
16,000
37,6&3


410,500
35,000
-9,h2L




392,181
LL/339,L.06
161,253




a'81,250


!Y-197,731
10/97,921
162,750
11.1,229
25,910
32,51.1
103,173


16,153





20,900
1,325
1,785
1,703
750
5,589


2,1.70
5,000
4.51.1
607
1,6O0
1,900
1,100
6,208
800
7,800


7,995
10,300





















23,1.62

25,.LO
11.,567


9,782
25,500



-1 a
13,885
8,019
1.58
1,26h1
103


10,955


1,075
6,500
2,239


301
1,500
2,000
.,512


1,,750


5,222
6,985
812
3j,702


111,278

95,39 1
22,662
15,710
5,610
17,000




12,631.
2L, 318
2h,1o80
10,153
2,862


2,916

3,719
5,551


L.,C l


O taX
number of
hour 3f
a ident.
asis Ltance


2, 3W







1,783


1,800
050





1.700


1,5-)0

2,000
200


29
850
8,900


1.,t11
6,000























793



L 7,350



5L6


Total


Library
ataff


11,215 30

17.3'73 61
800 2 1
8,736 25
10,.29 3?
1.973 f
?
7
1,616 9
10,89. 31


1,095 7
5,800 24
14

300 2

925 5
1,788 6
1.
2,926 20

1,307 5
4,025 33


9,197 ,L2
25,251 53
6
51,689 *-'85


129,566 31,4
87,561 183
36,136 97
10,380 51
6,590 36
3,782 28


2lo
18,196 62
32,17o ?22
17,976 66
9,180 38
3,1.20 LL
6,9R8 52
6,786 45
5,607 16
2,105 15


15

39
13
13
21







18

3
5






12





25
16
28





13








132
86
19


25
16

3





86












25
22

9
23

20
10
13
13


11,000
53,000
-

28,536
23,610
L.760
1,777


?,625
16,L11


3,84.0
20,oo00


1,600
2,000
900


12,500
1,332
11.,3t1


?1.,606
26,8146
2,L60
58,382


218,88L
171,31L
60,71.
1.',790
U,-W?
12,032


.1,908
24, 41.8
77,1;2
2o,19o

15,9c9


17,9i6


7,712
10,000


L





Tale 1. -- LrBRART ST~ETI5C OF COLLSESS AVD RIVERSITIB1


Book e',ck Stuident enroLlment Tutal
Book o--k (regular seegad on Faculty Circulation number of
TototaTl otal (officers, hours open
number of number of '.'nder- teachers, per week
N*ide and locahton of Institution volurea volumes graduate, Oraduata extension Home Reserved for
added at end special werklers,etc. use books circulation
during year or )e.r etc. / re rular (regular
se5s ton) session )

1 23 I 567 9

411 Northwestern Univeresty, Evanton, 11. 47,910 1,268,081. 18,916 1,8^.5 550 132,966 93,321, 92
.2 Southern r1inoiq Univer-.lty, Carbindale 23.660 192,191 5i,701 C? 890 89.996 28,036 88
h23 Universit3 of Chic.;,-., Chicago, Ill. h7,017 1,952,37L 4p,667 ,)352 830 286,820 326,228 76
44 University of fllinoas, Lrbana 88,151 3,0,L9,71il 23,525 3),95 L,'Q2 1Lb6,689 552,L,07 88
45 Ball St&ao Teach.rea CoUlege, Muncie, Ind. 10o,9q 173,325 i1.,h 61 220 132,072 65,146 75
46 Indiana University, Bloomington 1,106,2)9 11,552 2,520 2,316 293,529 31,370 98
47 Purdune nlvereity, Lafa.etle, Ind. 23,909 L17,259 13,211. 1,923 2,51L0 128,108 78,628 87
18 Universlty or Notre Dame, Notre Dosa, lId.19,'39 WU2,73'. 5,350 6 3 664 18,318 6 08.
49 Drake Unsie-slty, Des omines, Iowa 7,190 153,256 5,031 1,353 210 39,375 39,158 71
50 Iowa State ColUlge of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, Ames 11,167 470,927 9,3?9 1,267 1,861 11d,8L3 1C,782 81.


51 State Uriverslty of lowa, losa City1 35,772 812,019 3,211 1,690 1,196 171.,31.6 235,875 116
52 Kansas State Ccl. .f Agric. 4 Applier .ic -ri,,e, l aidatlan- S,211 222,251 6,.851 590 939 56,22.0 61,555 78
53 Universlt5 of Kansas, Lawrerce 4i.l,,I 73ji,966 8,312 1,391 1,200 196,778 186,885 88
54 University of WichIta, Wichita, Kans. 8,509 133,606 L6,611. 561 212 75,961 LA,639 76
55 Universi ty cf kentucky, Lexington1 32,231. 713,871 6,298 851 -- 152,925 22,.61 83
56 University o' Loultsvaile, Louls'llle, Ey. 7,801 209,359 5,825 578 913 -- 69
57 Louisiana ".l.t,. "nivere'., &. A. & 1M. C31., Bator, Ruge-19 29,U16 61,833 8,621. 1,351 1,171 85
58 Jonas Hopicans Lniverr.t.y, daltimore, Md. 19,1,08 1,095,671 7,310 1,280 1,655 103,782 76
59 Universlt ; 2 Mar"lard, College Park/- 21,670 337,206 10,2lO8 1,9 3 2,038 137,01. 55,152 02
60 Boston Collepe, Ch-ratnut Hill, tass. 13,898 366,967 5,460 215 192 112,215 2L.,596 68


61 Bostor, University, Boston, M. ss. 26,8.5 5206,101 16,901 3,717 1,563 180,598 300,321. 78
62 Harvard lUnverait:', Cambr.l _r, l'.es. 139,686 6,225, 27 .,4131 6,135 3,4.96 7i
63 Massacnm sets [lnatiut. 2' Technology, Cambrliij, 31,561 619,619 j,680 2,312 1,759 131,1.08 1.6,197 07
64 Central I r.c.gan Coll1ge, Mount PleasanLt .,710 88,533 5,05a 209 268 U6,327 02
65 ,astern 1irru.gar, :oulege, 'pallanti L2/5,790 L2/119,030 l6,532 1,083 306 56,738 39,655 81
66 Henry For "n--. .-ity College, .-arborr, 1 :n. 2,51.7 15,6L5 6,905 223 6,2613 9,816 S8
67 Michigar State Univ. nf Agr. & App. Scltrce, Eaft Lansing [6.551 909,738 16,1,51 2,h28 2,61 207,8551 2!2,381 91.
68 Universltl o! rteroit, Detroit, Mirc. 13.S96 190,0 0 8,956 710 59) 77,881 71h
69 University of Michigan, Ann Arbor 105,03% 2,53?,8i9 13,886 8,227 1,903 386,751 211,218 84B
70 Wayne Sttoe tniverasty, eprnit, I)'un. 30,992 539,667 15,U'5 1.,059 833 132,598 178,191 7i


71 Western Mir'.gan College, Xalariazoo 6,357 120,331 5,921. 56& 1437 59,988 70,337 86
72 University of riv--ota, hinneapoli. .S9,513 1,85,.565 24,787 .,208 2,267 79
73 at. Louis ''niversat, St. Lo.is, Vo./ 11.,750 566,53) 6,289 1,349 1,21.6 222,021 35,162 72
7t OUniversit, -rf 5 url, Colimbia25-/ 26,227 726,916 7,871 1,667 1,827 102,635 176,579 8s.
75 Washington lniversbty, St. [Luis, Mo. 2e ,029 067,713 12,027 1,080 2,012 -99,07 -616,523 79
76 University of Nei,rask., Lincoln 21,781 596,013 7,731 6941 619 711
77 Fairleigh nickineon Univeresty, Rutnerf.or-, Y.. J. 9,666 90,766 8,913 2.5 583 81,510 12,175 72
6'
78 Rutgers Univ.. State ['niv. of N. J., .her BUrnsw.ck- ji,7 ,5 817,995 13,062 1,71'. 2,069 108, 0X) 110
79 University of New Mexico, Albuquerque 11,58i. 272,061 o,093 982 231 90,750 32,980 78
O0 Brooxlyn Colleg-e, Brooklyn, N. Y. 10,359 191.,537 16,2 6 1,9161 937 126,131 96,669 63


See footnotes at enM of table.


- r. -









WIsR ImROLUMlW OF 5,000 SiTDBEN7S nR MIRE, 1956-57 (Continued)


WELT f -V !Lag Xti


Books Period leala Binding Audiovins',a
m t.o rc. 1


Oth-er
excludingg
building
maintenan ce


TotalA


Profess on i2


Non-
arcfesilonal
excluding
student
asals Lantal


I A.i1* ,, an,. ant
?Asber ~ 11brtj~ ytar5


Number of
rofesatonal
staff with
faulty
status


10 11 U 12 _13 1 l 15 j 16 17 18 19 20 21 22


160,.2L1
156,382
97., 183

U,2.987
387,250
2165,738
132,3 1i

53,039
152,303


336,573
855,169
1,625,798
236,696
765,000
l79,'776
292.900
93.699
289,700


546,903
229,178
o00,529
105,A09
339,315
I6,571n

561,165
392,677
373.515
219,888


381.1a09
2,250,590
37S,801.
112,870


21,697
711,605
159, h33
1,8j3,997
663,870


13,1.2
1,025,951.
216,240
618,888
LOM,733

35, 617
118,923
666.493
191,W91
326,262


60,8 b
1.2,1.7p
138,327
106. J309

37.313
61,350
51,016
21.,269
13.850
26h,901


1.3,h.75
18,899
59,669
12,800

15,179
12,395

33,978
26,92h1
28,803
6,1.86


3.,145


26,985
15,970
10,500
720
93,2661


20],266
59,1.29


16,698
120,503


26,668
38,L60
3.,51.8
9,600
.,1,660


265,680
117,71..
261,362
52,160
190,335
103,700

301,157
222,363
203,633
13,l.25


238,.483
1,320,U33
255,060
59,761
56,821
17,565
7,605


986,297
397,879


79,892
508,055
129,362
176, 76
202,361
250,606
65,000
390,186
98,028
201,195


Qph6,8T?
Bi,1.76
IJ4.615
493 .138
21.,782
190,200
86,501.
116,292
14,900
0/75,o03



L172,549
60,560
180,613
31,000
92,292
20,535
160, 102
I'12,780

71,651
58,p96


-/77,p587
450,546
39,889
28,966
!-20,063
2,.12
W198,011

3J,615
1,68.173
L3'13L,065


22,653
203,615
31A, W7

014,223
120,782
61,401M
0,125
166,515


09,h.8,
36, (697


L,589
76,000
2,038


1.,,90





20,000
39,1041
3,000
20,952
15,897

1,859


38,391.







25,105
2,223


750
68,L20
19,000


35,774


5,300
83,313
17,1.6
61h, 150


56,073
1,850


toM 48 53 1
39 21 18 21
121 52 69 1
239 123 U16 123
33 20 1) 20
107 46 61 -
73 26 47 26
17 22 25 22
12 i 3 9
46 18 28 19


$8,500
39,298


1,514.
u6,600
22,096
9,583
3,360
25,01.2


29,273
5,000
22,419
3,000
17,21.3
5,827
32,.L77


17,551
1., 05


17,558
100,721
1h,280
1,11.3

1,602
250
18.757
3,31.3
55,132
191.32


3,731
52,902
13,361
21,590
16,905
11,269
2,110O
26,242

10,985
6,1.50


9,ph2




16,2?t


1,600















1.32













68















2,058





208
-




-

-
-


-









-

















-


- 7-


Operating ezpansi ture


Salaries

Library Student
staff service


number of
hours of
BtaidernL
a3lastance


21,5LB 53,130 -
2,160 28,600 15,708


66,AOs
53,098
115,511
U-2,550

49,614
73,000
66,4,00
27,036
19,992
26,179


846,083
21,759
1.3,850
51,868
6,285
25,600
30,784
10,.15
,.060
12,h08


35,926
6,97S
37,362
3,159
13,314.
6,815

20,592
32,610
13,683
1.,126


1A,636
378,887


L,739
2,2?L5


35,518
2,827
132,12?
17,291


3,208
57,566
19,666
27,h81
26,222
-18,917


21,910
1C,500
12.1.1u


L6
9
1O
7

31
14,
33
1.5
25
21


18
233
42
5
3


31.
16
81
43


I.
53
19
32
28
411
6
1.0
12
12


33
19
1
6
28
1
35
3
11





10
1


10


2
9
3
58


10

13
18


11

31.


1.1


26


50,088
2<,662
8,1b62
15,280
28,000
13,810
37,963
17,371
33,8A?
9,108


21. )? O
--125,00
17,.O0
9,808
13,448
900
76,;756

15,112
130,682
61,120


19,335
U 3,011.
23,935
33,087


36,025
9, 00
U. 60
11,610
25,61U
37,281







Tble 1. LIBMRT 5S.25TIES OP COWMJBa AND UN fIMSrB


Book etaok Studena c Circulatn *tal
Fal mit mm~br ofr
ital Total officerss, bon om
Number of amber of Undear- teachers, per weak
Name and location of institutLon Volumes walmae graduate, Gradnate ar f slan IHme bse ed for
added at and apect. workeretc. use books tlamltlat
during year of year t. regular (reMlar
measion) issim)
1 2 3 5 6 7
6/
81 City College of the City of New York, New lork 13,292 471l,5l1 21,229 3,952 1,,25 T7
Columbia Untwierity, New York, W. ,.: 28/
62 Llbraries 69,501 2,709,956 10,612 16,376 3,559 U5, 1U3,7719 76
83 Teachers ColUo6/ 6,522 282,552 929 7,h77 363 85,673 71,562 70
8h Cornall University, Ithaca, N. Y. 63.224 1,870,72a 9,220 1,512 1,540 31,794 326,971 93
85 Fordha cdiverelty, liew Tork, N. 1. 11,217 336,552 5,957 2,591 068 118,000 36.363 I8
86 Hofstra College, Hempstead, Long Island, N. T. 6,097 73,152 5,146 1,303 283 50,52 31,670 So
87 Huntar Collage of the City of New York, New York / 6,957 206,200 12,710 1,799 7,i 85,801 152,821 &
88 New ork University, New York 30,599 1,091,967 19,165 13,!! 6h,3J9 bU,055 Ua
89 Bolytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, Brooklyn, N. 6/ 1,297 48,197 h,033 2,380 W T71
90 Queens College of the City of -u York, Flushing 8,100 122,086 7,043 782 685 133,023 55,328 66


91 St. John's University, Brooklyn, N. .- 8,325 219,165 8,053 113 262 16,139 6,066 TO
92 Syracuse University, Syracuse, N. Y./ 18,627 121,726 7,30 568 100,786 101,366 1
93 Unl.raity oa! Buffalo, BuiLfrlo, N. Y. 10,230 312,219 12,256 1,912 1,327 61k,l38 50,310 19
9u tInrersity of Rochester, Roc.ester, N. Y. 21,198 631,702 5,072 831 935 126,996 130,718 T
95 DUke University, Durhan, N. C. 50,51L 1,292,Ul8 3,L,8 1,771 631 200,796 11,978 93
University of North Carolina:
96 Chapel Hill 69,01 3 898.U7 6,093 878 1.0 160,758 309,183 93
97 State College of Agriculture and engineering, Raleigh 8,201 110,yL'O 5,504 168 8-1 6a,866 1a,992 89
58 Bowling Green State University, Bowi'ng Green, Ohio 12,853 262,518 ,%15 253 259 71,56 57,373 a
99 Kent State Univers.ity Ken', Ohio 8,060 152,136 6,315 69 372 200,989 27,322 79
100 Hil Univeresity, Oxford, Ohio 10,5h1, 316,951 6,T97 882 Ul 86,923 106,19 8


101 Ohio State University, Colimbus 52,268 1,198,757 19,559 2,911 3,361 308,265 190,62 83
102 Ohio University, Athens33- 11,882 265,681 6,4653 196 l 102,3986 0,033
103 University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio 18,692 753,160 6,827 1,255 1,257 864U Th
13i University of Dayton, Dayton, Ohio 79,615 5,225 206 20,185 W2,691 T2
115 Unlwr-i.ty of Toledo, Toledo, Ohio 12,705 21h,061O 6,992 (69 278 W0,1S 1U,570 aS
136 Western Reserve UnIversity, ClevelAnd, Ohio 15,1,80 709,513 6,337 1,268 1,236 66,80 36.622 ih
107 Taungstown University, Youngstown, Ohio i,425 73,761 5,269 350 26,101 8,051 a1
108 University of Oklahma, Nornmn LO,-51 631,355 10,137 1,070 hb0 203,686 231,h27 82
139 Unisrsity of Tulsa, Tules, Okla. 7,778 168,661 5,300 1477 160 31,90 10,606 67
110 Oregon State CroUegs, Corrmlles 11,78 336,078 6,737 603 1,228 89,459 UO1.ha 8D


11 University of Oregon, Eugene 33,759 675,199 5,910 T717 1,21 193,3* 9P ,6154 1
112 Drexel Instltute of Technology, Philadelphia, Pa. 5,016 138,097 7,323 980 11 0
113 Pennsylvania State University, University Park 33,W82 868,620 15,387 1,70 2,h16 121,38 160,498 a
11 Temple University, Philadelphia, Pa. 21,176 4.U,292 12,098 3,592 1,259 110,026 21,091 T6
115 University or Pennmylvania, Philadell1la 368,275 1,5L3,231. 12,376 3,73h 3,098 27, 06 38,321 77
116 University of Pttaburgh, Plttaburgh, Pa.- 26,603 837 ,129 10,330 50,k? 1,500 1,322 71
117 University of South Carolina, Columbia 8,212 319,228 5,507 179 290 69,297 25188 79
118 UniversIty of "'unnewsee, Knoxvile 555,563 8,608 1,37k 1,653 117,018 133,9k2 T8
119 Agricultural & Me.hanical Col. of T u.as, College Station 19,921 327,0C2 6,700 500 536 85,118 6,306 3
120 Baylor University, Waco, 35 12,277 230,150 5,653 377 288 12,16 18,26 7k


See footnotes at and of table.








WIrE EKULW1 CmP o,000 STIMTIS* OR 110NW, 1956-57 (Conimed)


Operatilg ezpesduli.u


Number of library staff


I r D1ll-t
Operatin a tin lens


Books Priodicals Binding Audiovisual
materiaLs


Other
(excluding
building
maintancae)


Total I Professetonal


NMn-

Btudent
as istants


Number of I 1otal


rofeeslonali
staff withi
faculty
a ta tins


number or
hours of
student
analetance


10 11 12 13 r1 15 1 17 L8 19 20 21 22


S Ti, T $376,793 1 $56.396 136,890


107,a2,0


1,55,360
260,753


236,935
62o,0oo
5,210.o
195,556


123,997

353,995
201,003
339,W13
561,705


567,834
17b,6214
117,380
171,775




812,80


299,782
56,a8
82,300
308,801
66,798
1*07,871
10S,177
267,1l41


1406,0614
85,813
557,100
368,9*8
828,652
380,206
199,276
Ul3,996
273,913
231,,618


P-996,530
130,162
675,001
158,056
S1,098
1S8,919
216,166
25,510
1i0, 00


70,709
196,754
131,995
183,966
263,0108


3241,l0O
80,682
a,71ju
86,117
77,300


507.650
70,770
182,180
26,800
148,5o0
175,.757
27.696
197,351
53,951
108,855


266,169
16,237
268,812
221,851

503,706
216,164
85,5961
221,324
1i2,273
98,105


14,999
81,587
21,000
2,650
J0,117

237,831


25,658



42,962
1I,130
26,675
38,1541


52,550
15,81u
17,363
8,800
12,030


62,276
16,507
17,017
9,067
5,500
30,608
12,212
25,900
12,726




18,185
7,271
67,712
19,1,67
36,277
10,712
22,587


11,895
38,955


,12.362 $19,703 69


R/339,792

16,590
Y283.,27
56,232
25,058
29,372
1% 3,761
18,100
21,619


29,093
77,287
.39,278
67,715
209o,760o


96,530
24,678
26,o20
27,225
38,005


94i6,317
07,976
78,200
15,016
15,514
68,65
12,175
118,201U
U40,035
W.77,lWh


76,265
15,316
11W,91
lO/96,28L

168,893
135,383
167,257
138,933
52,121
51h,93


$26,385







11,520
3,863
5,.66


3,900
5,527


13,353
13,695


29,633



66,233
39,320
6,780
15,626
10,500




13,365


h, 629
5,200


6,556
25,112
7,723



26,622
7,815
29,073


51,321





3,118
13,250


- 8 8 I I _____________ I I


H0,233


75,000


52,170
7,360
1,100
6,900
18,298


2,680


3,805
11,7014
8,650
17,815
25,551


17,906
8.738
5,093
9,025

3,983


15,000
6,305
9,200
1,759
4,039
15,079
2,816
18,832
6,015
16,96.3


17,136
3,093
27,829
8,717
5S,791
10,169

8,309
21,285
12,656
5,285


7,700



200
-















2,000











687







989











393
7,035


-9-


vbtal


Salaries


Library
staff


Student
service


60,753
10,4189
63,155
10,585
11,065
8,131
36,016





6,837
11,593
7,150
13,539
25,192


30,177

5,965


26,690
L37


33,626
7,561
13,185
1,769
3,517
18,892
2,660
22,469
6,727
19,h63


22,698
3,082
11,760
22,379
33,1.66
15,798
15,529
16,706
11,157
17,195


317
3L
185
1.6
16
36
109
5
27


18
62
38
53
81


87
30
L2
22
19


155
21
51
8
15
56
11
58
13
62


66
19
87
59
157
76
32
68
167
26


45


93


U


7

20


1
21




32
2
1



5
13
9
2
8


15


1
2


2
1
7
9
25


30
7




1


3
28
20
17


r, 14,n


(29)
15,oo00
57,193
21,000
2,900

28,660
31,077
.5(M0
27,018


6,700
62,111
16,161
29,638
53,000


50,000
1A,805
19,270
16,536
15,000


72,991
29,395
20,000




27,818


35,000
15,1.l"



20, 668
6,530
65, 4j9


35,996
18,100
25,000
17, L77
13,785








Table 1. -- LIBRARY STATISTICS OF COLLMES AND UNITEITMI


- l V -- -- I


Name and location of instltutiUo


Book stock


Tbtal
number of
volumes
added
during year


Total
number of
volumes
at end
of year


IStedant eamrmoniT
(raeular sesion)


Under-
graduate,


Graduate


Ficul ty
(officers,
teachers,
extension
workers,etc.
regular
session)


Circulation


Hame Reer'N
use books


1 h [& 5 6 7 h 9


North Texan State College, Denton
Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas
Texas Christian University, Fort Worth
Taxea Technological Corlege, aibbock
University of Houston, Houston, Texas
University or Texas, Auin_36
BrtighOm oung Unirc.raity, Provo, Utah
University or Utah, salt Iake Cte .
State College of Washington, Pullman
University of aaehington, Seattle


West Virginia Univerelty, Morgan* wn -
Marquette University, Milwaukee, ILa.-6
University of Wisconsin, Madison
American University, Washington, D. C.
University of Haiall, Honolulu


15,752
25,993
17,526
26,965
16,91.h
L.653
18,899
15,1241
1I,500
34,517


11,,23
30,000
L8,931
3,191
9,663


282,8 4
423,272
284,997
337,645
173,964
1,208,265
2I0,788

353,717
650,000
928,700


323,280
230,000
1,227,335
162,2:17
273,716


6,378
h,88L
7,836
8,100
12,015
15,966
6,765
7,900
5,325
12,9 Lk


5,554
9,369
17,603

4,565
11,873


714
776
&676
604,
912
2,279
256
1,213
502
2,033


566
580
2,977
1,285
1,311U


270

336
307
328
604
836
386
536
869
1,000


152
700


51.6
3341


138,690
93,921
62,698
00,600
112,621L
282,118
11U2,235
270,909


377,713


61,83.
68,01o0
168,923
21,332
121,062


16,857


21,800
21,277
8,030
70,382
8k,316



293,917


45,488
46,902
200,278
8,833
76,729


* List prepared from Education Directory, 1956-57, Office of
Education, but limited to colleges and universities with
5,000 students or msre on the main campus.

1. Includes unclassified snd "first professional" students.

2. Reported as a net figure.

3. Includes filmetrips and microfilms.

i. Main campus only.

5. Includes expenditures for periodicals.

6. Data are for 1957-48.

7. Not included in library budget.

8. Includes administrative staff.

9. Excludes data for libraries of Schools of Business and Law,
Food Research Instituteand Hoover Institute.


10. Includes expenditures for periodicals and audiovisual materials.

11. Excludes data for libraries of Schools of Business, Law mad
Medicine, Food Research Institute, and Hoover Institute.

12. Central library only. *

13. Includes wages for student service and other hourly help.

14. Includes expenditures for pareadleals, audiovisual materials,
and binding.

V1. Includes data for Chicago Teachers College.

16. Data are for Wright Branch only.

17. Excludes contributed services.

18. Excludes data for La Library.

19. Excludes data for branches located at Covington and Ashland.


- 10 -








WIm NIT EDLIr TS OF 5,000 STUDENTS OR MODE, 1956-57 (Continued)


Operating xpeditures br of library


Salaries

Library Student
staff service


Books


Periodicals


Binding


Audivwisual
materials


Other
I excluding
Niliding
maintenance


Professional


Non-
professlonal
(excluding
student
asasaistants)


Number of
professional
staff with
faculty
statue


Total
number of
hours of
student
assistance


10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 1 19 20 21 22


aL67,621L
265,185
110,648
276,0168
286,09e
611,375
216,005
256,l18
356,688
859,,i73


279,500
335,000
911,,63
65,117
213,894


130,592
19,979
116,350
1U8,208
299,737
75,100
124,613
196, 83
- 1721,636


159,870
150,300
538,803
32,169
121,936


42,757
18,082
8,346
13,000
31,:87
86,080
19,280
38,200
29,223
21/80,869


27,330
20,000
78,985
9,92u1
22,030


5h,369
30,225
106,275
3/57,678
171,217
80,175
35,201
1 47,750
- 223,314


64,110
130,000
-./216,03
13,343
32,2305


$10,198

13,899
6,156
17,675
11,828



30,000
37,250





25,000


3,250
16,325


09,67'7
9,578
11,553
8,682
10,275
26,409
7,000
10,777
10,3M82
76,0964


9,500
10,000
35,86M
2,872
11,504


-64








18,925


18,660
4,225
14,036
26,473
27,932
4,450
15,623
16.675
57,560


18,690


41,408
3,148
9,864


19
36
16
33
36
89
28
27


126


37,823
24,326-
12,468
19,976
35,327
111,184
44,596
46,000
32.677
80,869


35,000
280
88,664
8,809
25,747


20. Excludes date for Maryland State College at Princess Anne.

21. Data estimated.
22. Includes microfilms, microcards, microprint cards, etc.
23. Includes expenditures for audiovisual materials.

24. Includes data for Saint Marys Junioer College.
25. Excludes data for School of Vines and Metallurgy at Rolla.

26. Excludes data for Law, Medical, Dental, and Nursing Libraries.

27. Fall-time equivalent.

28. FiRure based on 1955 insurance inventory plus gross cataloged
additions 1955-56 and 1956-57. Previous reports have been
based on cataloged volume count only.

29. No separate record made.


30. Includes data for branches of State University of New York at
Cornell University.

31. Excludes data for Utica College.
32. Excludes financial statistics for extension service.

33. Excludes data for branches at Chillicothe, Ironton, Lancaster,
Portsmouth, and Zanesville.

34. Excludes data for Johnstown Center.

35. Excludes data for libraries of College of Dentistry and School
of Nursing at Dallas and College of Medicine at Houston.

36. Excludes data for libraries of Southwestern Medical School,
Dallas; M. D. Anderson Hospital and Tumor Clinic, Houston;
Dental Branch, Houston; and Medical Branch, Galveston.

37. Excludes data for Law, Drama, and Health Sciences Libraries.
38. Excludes data for Law Library and Medical Center Library.


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Table 2.--Libraries in Colleges and Universities Reporting
Book Stock of 1,000,000 Volumes or More, 1956-57*


Number of Number of
Name of institution volumes Name of institution volumes

Harvard University 6,225,h47 Princeton University 1,h57,173
Yale University h,139,047 Stanford University 1,414,661
University of Illinois 3,0h9,741 Duke University 1,292,L48
Columbia University 2,709,956 Northwestern University 1,268,084
University of Michigan 2,532,8h9 University of California
University of California at Los Angeles 1,229,572
at Berkeley 2,226,359 University of Wisconsin 1,227,335
University of Chicago 1,952,374 University of Texas 1,208,265
Cornell University 1,870,728 Ohio State University 1,198,757
University of Minnesota 1,868,566 Indiana University 1,106,299
University of Pennsylvania 1,$53,234 Johns Hopkins University l,095,67b
New York University 1,091,967
Includes Princeton University, the only institution in this category
that reported an enrollment of less than 5,000 students.




Table 3.-Libraries in Colleges and Universities Reporting
Operating Expenditures of $500,000 or More, 1956-57*

Operating Operating
Name of institution expenditures Name of institution expenditures

University of California Ohio State University $812,869
at Berkeley $2,35l,189 Indiana University 785,000
Harvard University 2,250,990 Northwestern University 726,618
University of Michigan 1,843,997 Michigan State University 711,605
University of Illinois 1,625,798 Wayne University 663,870
University of California Princeton University 660,778
at Los Angeles 1,574,761 University of Florida 6h8,651
Columbia University 1,h72,088 Rutgers University 1/6h6,493
Yale University 1,289,916 Univ. of So. California 622,5041
Cornell University 1,155,3h0 New York University 620,050
University of Minnesota 1,025,954 University of Texas 611,375
University of Wisconsin 911,b63 University of Kansas 600,529
University of Washington 859,h73 Univ. of North Carolina 567,834
University of Chicago 858,169 Duke University 561,705
Stanford University 819,702 Louisiana State University 561,165
University of Pennsylvania 828,452 Pennsylvania State Univ. 557,100
State University of Iowa 546,903
Includes Princeton University, the only institution in this category
that reported an enrollment of less than 5,000 students.

1. Data are for 1957-58.


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Table 4.--Averages of Selected Data for Libraries in 79 Colleges and Universities
With Enrollments of 5,000 Students or More, 1956-57, 1951-52,and 1946-47
(Data given in thousands have been rounded)


Average Percent change/

Item 1956-57 1951-52 1946-47 1951-52 to 1946-47 to
1956-57 1951-52

1 2 3 4 5 6

Number of volumes added during year 31,000 26,000 19,000 + 16.0 + 35.9
Mbniuer of volumes at end of year 839,000 677,000 5i7,000 + 23.8 + 23.8
Total operating expenditures $539,000 $371,000 $218,000 + 45.4 + 69.7
Salaries and wages 314,000 236,000 130,000 + 45.8 + 81.1
Percent of total operating expendituresI/ 64.0 63.9 60.0 -- -
Library materials and binding $165,000 $116,000 $76,000 + l41.8 + 53.3
Percent of total operating expenditures/ 30.6 31.4 34.8 -
Other operating expenditures $30,000 $18,000 $12,000 + 63.9 + 49.8
Percent of total operating expenditures .4 .7 $.2 __
Library operating expenditures per studentI/ $43.69 $33.46 $19.56 + 30.6 + 71.1
Library expenditures as a percent of total
institutional expenditures for 0/
educational and general purposes- 3.1 3.0 3.1 --
Total library staff (full-time equivalent) 81 71 55 + 14.1 + 29.1
Professional staff 38 34 29 + 11.8 + 17.2
Nonprofessional staff 43 37 26 + 16.2 + 42.3


1. Derived from unfounded figures.


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