PBI Interactive Reports (Log-in required)
PLEASE NOTE: Data in the following listed reports go back mostly to fall semester 2011, with the transition to a new matriculation system, and are captured on the historical census date of each semester. The fall start-of-semester census date for 2019 is September 7. If you are looking for historical data that are not included in these reports, refer to the office contact page for assistance. PBI account and NetID log-in are required to access reports.
Census Enrollment Headcount
Fall and spring term enrollment since fall 2011 by college, by department, and academic program major/minor. Tables includes average cumulative GPA and average credit load, with segmentation by student gender/ethnicity/residency, and academic level (undergraduate, graduate, Medical School). Data are captured on the official census date for each term in tabular format.
Report contains six pages (tabs) separating fall from spring enrollment, by academic plan, and by major and minor program. All data are start-of-semester census date based, with list of dates attached.
Census Enrollment: Student Credit Hours & FTE
Fall and spring term student credit hours and FTE since fall 2011 by college, department, and academic subject. Lists data in tabular format by undergraduate level (lower and upper division credits) and graduate level (Masters and Doctoral). Line charts display credit hour production over time.
Contains two pages (tabs) separating student credit hours and FTE
Historical Course Enrollment and Registration Activity for Upcoming Semester
Course enrollment by term since 2011, listing section enrollment, section capacity, and room capacity. Tabular format lists course title, session type, core curriculum flag, and offering college and department.
Contains two pages (tabs) separating data by term and by weekly enrollment trend for each term
Student Credit Load by Semester
Fall and spring term average student attempted credit hours since 2011 by college, department, and academic program. Lists data in longitudinal line chart to depict changes in average credit load by percent and number of students with less than 12 credits, 12 to 14 credits, and 15 or more credits.
Contains one pages (tab) with two longitudinal line charts.
Graduation Rates by College, Department, and Degree Program
This report is in MS Excel downloadable format. Before printing, check page breaks in print view to ensure proper alignment with your selected printer.
First Sheet: College-level rates by starting student cohort and average rates for multi-year cohorts.
Second Sheet: Academic department-level rates by starting student cohort and average rates for multi-year cohorts.
Notes at bottom of tables provide context to explain differences between college-level and department-level rates.
First Page: Four-, five-, and six-year graduation rates in bar charts and tabular format for undergraduate programs by college and department for fall 2011 through 2015 starting cohorts. Segmentation by student gender and ethnicity/race.
Second Page: Three-year and six-year graduation rate for master's and doctoral programs, respectively, by college and degree type for AY2011-15 starting cohorts (master's) and AY2011-12 starting cohorts (doctoral). Segmentation by student gender and ethnicity/race.
Instructional Activity By College and Department Since Fall 2016
Lists average class size and average class (section) load by term for instructional type faculty (i.e. tenured/tenure-track, non-tenure track, and others) since fall 2016. Includes regular lectures, labs, and discussion class sections--excluding individual instruction (e.g. thesis, dissertations, independent study, internships, etc.).
Contains two pages, one juxtaposing class load, size, and total student credits; the other page offering separate selection of each metric.
Enrollment, Retention, and Degrees Awarded by College and Department
Headcount enrollment, student credit hours, freshmen retention, and degrees awarded by academic level, college, department, and academic major (plan) since fall 2011 in tabular format. Cohort-based new freshmen retention tracking to second and third year since fall 2011.
Contains three pages, separating headcount, credit hours, and awards. Census dates of data capture listed on last page.
NevadaFIT: Bootcamps for Academic Success
NevadaFIT enrollment by camp, student demographics, tuition/residency status, with calculation of average high school GPA, first-semester GPA, retention and graduation rates, math camp status, and retention and graduation rates. Comparison by college, department, and academic major.
Contains four pages (tabs), contrasting NV Fit students with non-participant students. Census dates listed on last page.
New Freshman Retention & Graduation Rates
Freshmen retention and graduation rates by college of starting major:
Fall-to-fall new full-time freshmen retention and graduation rates going back to the fall 2011 starting cohort by college based on selected academic major in first semester. Rates can be segmented by student residency, ethnicity/race, first-semester credit load, first-generation status, income quartile (as FAFSA-reported), Pell status, admission status, academic and admission index (HS core GPA and test scores), Nevada county, high school origin, NV Fit participation, and whether or not the student was on load aid in the first year of attendance. Rates are displayed in longitudinal line chart and tabular matrix format. Students in multiple majors attached to different colleges are counted in each college.
Contains two pages (tabs), separating retention data from graduation data. All data are based on start-of-semester census dates.
Degrees Awarded by College, Department, and Academic Program
Page 1: Degrees awarded by academic year since AY 2000-01 in column chart and hierarchical matrix table, with segmentation by student entry status, graduating honors level, student ethnicity/race and gender, and Pell status. Metrics include number of degrees, time to graduation, graduating GPA and student age.
Page 2: Degrees awarded by academic year since AY 2000-01 in line chart and matrix table, with segmentatioin by student entry status, graduating honors level, student ethnicity/race and gender, Pell status, and residency. Metrics include number of degrees, time to graduation, graduating GPA and student age.
Page 3: Degrees awarded by academic year since AY 2000-01in pie chart and matrix table, with segmentation by student entry status, graduating honors level, student ethnicity/race and gender, Pell status, and residency. Metrics include number of degrees, time to graduation, graduating GPA and student age.
Transfer-In Undergraduate Student Profile
Page 1: Average transfer GPA by NSHE versus other transfer institutions in bar chart format, average number of transfer credits and GPA by transfer institution in tabular format, transfer-in students by Nevada county transfer institution, and transfer-in by earned degree status for fall terms since 2011. Segmentation by student ethnicity/race.
Page 2: Average first-semester UNR GPA by NSHE versus other transfer institutions in bar chart format, average first-semester credits earned and GPA by transfer institution and Nevada county in tabular format, and first-semester credits earned and GPA by earned degree status for fall terms since 2011. Segmentation by student ethnicity/race and first-semester UNR college affiliation based on academic major.
Page 1: Percentage distribution of letter grades for fall and spring terms with segmentation by college and student ethnicity/race and data drill-down to individual course by title, subject prefix, course number, and section number. Data are displayed in pie chart format, with calculation of average GPA, and course listing by percent of D/F/W grades for each term since fall 2011.
Page 2: Percentage distribution of letter grades for fall and spring terms with segmentation by college, instruction mode (e.g. web-based, classroom etc), and state-funding status. Data are displayed in 100% stacked bar chart format, with calculation of average GPA, percent of D/F/W grades, and total class enrollment by term since fall 2011.
Student Recruitment & Admission
Fall term admitted students since 2016 by high school origin from Nevada and California. Report compares high school core GPA and admission test score (ACT Composite) for enrolled versus non-enrolled students and calculates the preparation difference for high schools with at least 20 admitted students since 2016. Schools with a positive difference graduate students that enroll at UNR with higher GPAs and test scores than admitted school peers that did not enroll at UNR. The opposite is true for high schools with a negative difference. Data are displayed in tabular format with segmentation by admitted term, recruitment event participation, college affiliation (based on selected major), student ethnicity/race, and Presidential Scholarship award.
Contains two pages, separating data for Nevada and California.
Freshmen Dropout Risk Prediction
Latest cohort of new full-time freshmen with estimated dropout risk and associated prediction factors. Data drill-down includes student identification by prospect level and affiliated college, and academic department based on student academic major. Tabulated student-level data include risk decile, percent risk (above/below average), academic preparation index score, ACT composite score, high school core GPA, advanced class standing, graduate school aspiration, first-semester credit load, dual enrollment status, Nevada FIT experience, remedial math/English flag, first generation status, native language, mother/father education level, income quartile, deferred deposit flag, full-time work status, campus work flag, on campus housing flag, time challenges (survey response), number of friends/relatives at UNR, other school applied to, varsity athlete flag, ethnicity/race, Nevada county, and tuition discount flag (WUE, NV Advantage).
Fall-to-spring and fall-to-fall re-enrollment probability estimation for new freshmen based on a range of student socio-demographic, academic, and financial aid factors. Details of the estimation model are described on the second page of this two-page report.
Page 1: Fall-to-spring estimation Page 2: Fall-to-fall estimation
Tuition and State-Funded Revenues
Page 1: Credit-based tuition revenues by student academic level for fall 2014 through spring 2018, excluding summer terms, based on start-of-semester credits and published tuition rates, not cashier's receipts.
Page 2: Credit-based tuition revenues by college, department, and course prefix for fall 2014 through spring 2018, excluding summer terms, based on start-of-semester credits and published tuition rates, not cashier's receipts.
Page 3: State funding by weighted student credit hours, FY 2018 through FY 2021; by college, department, course prefix, course number, course title, instructional level, and funding formula disciplinary cluster.