Fast facts: What Mazey has accomplished as president

Mary Ellen Mazey became president of the University in 2011 and announced her resignation on Friday. In the past six and a half years, the University has acquired many accolades, undergone significant physical changes and grown in many ways under Mazey’s presidency. Here is a look at Mazey’s contributions to the University over the years:

Total enrollment (Main and Firelands campuses)

Fall 2011: 19,880

Fall 2016: 19,837

Retention rate for first-time, first-year students

2011: 69.5 percent

2016: 75.8 percent

Investment in infrastructure

Campus Master Plan: More than $500 million

Completed renovations and additions: Centennial Hall, Falcon Heights, The Oaks, Carillon Place, the Stroh Center, the Wolfe Center for the Arts, Falcon Health Center, Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation crime lab, Greek Village, Kuhlin Center, University Hall, Moseley Hall

Demolitions and deferments of investment dollars: Memorial Hall, West Hall, Family Consumer Sciences, Administration Building, Education Building

Planned renovations and additions: Robert W. and Patricia A. Maurer Center for Business Administration

Fundraising and community partnerships

Changing Lives for the World comprehensive campaign: $110 million of the $200 million goal

Partnerships established: Wood County Hospital, North Star Aviation and the Ohio Attorney General’s Office

Not In Our Town: partnership between the University and Bowling Green to prevent hate and promote diversity

University accolades

Top university for student engagement (Wall Street Journal and Times Higher Education, 2016)

Top five percent ranking nationally and top two percent ranking globally for undergraduate business programs (Bloomberg Businessweek)

Recipient of Diversity and Inclusion Award for work with We Are One Team (NCAA and Minority Opportunities Athletic Association, 2017)