Common Data Set - The Common Data Set is a collection of data about the University, including topics such as financial aid, admissions, enrollment, retention, classes, activities, policies, and costs. It is the result of a collaborative effort among data providers in the higher education community.
Current Semester - Current semester data provides a profile of University’s current enrollment. This information is made available following the 20th day of the fall and spring semesters and the 15th day of the summer semesters.
Graduation Rates - In compliance with the Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act of 1990 (Public Law 101-542), it is the policy of the University to disclose its completion/graduation rates to all current and prospective students. Rates are based on fall term enrollment of full-time (12 credit hours), first-time degree seeking undergraduates.
Degrees Awarded - Degrees awarded provides the number of degrees per major awarded each academic year.
Factbook - The Factbook is a compilation of organized information intended to provide students, faculty, staff, alumni, and other interested parties with readily available institutional data.
Retention Data - One-year retention data provides fall-to-fall persistence rates for all students. Rates are further divided into different categories for a more detailed analysis. Since this retention data requires one year, Fall 2008 is the last fall semester included.
Entering Student Surveys- Entering Student Surveys are completed anonymously by students who attend either a new student orientation or Sprit Days (a special summer orientation program).
Graduating Student Surveys - Graduating Student Surveys are completed on-line by undergraduate students expecting to graduate within one year of completing the survey.
Withdrawing Student Surveys - Withdrawing Student Surveys are completed when withdrawing students are interviewed by personnel at the Dean of Students Office. This data includes reasons given by students for their withdrawal.