The Office of Institutional Analysis - a unit of Planning, Budget, and Analysis - conducts both descriptive and analytical studies used to support evaluation of University operations. The office produces the Databook and provides institutional research support to the University community.
How accurate are students’ self-assessment of their learning in college? Are student survey responses to assess their cognitive development valid measures of college success? Should we use such data for program review, professional accreditation, institutional self-studies, or to support grant proposals?
The following link takes you to the latest research volume on the validity and limitations of student self-report data, demonstrates how to identify biases in self-report data and how to measure student learning using longitudinal direct measures of academic development. For questions, contact Serge Herzog, the volume’s co-editor.
The CANID system runs dynamic reports on student enrollment data.
Spring 2014 Student Credit Hours and Full-time Equivalency.
Enrollment comparisons show a snapshot headcount of student enrollment by year to year by semester.