The Office of Budget & Institutional Analysis (OBIA) produces institutional information that facilitates decision-making, effectiveness, strategic planning, and enrollment management.
Most answers to data requests can be found in OBIA's Statistical Summary Reports. Reports from academic years from 1975 to present contain statistics on the following topics:
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OBIA has updated and posted the Fast Facts for Fall 2013.
OBIA has posted the Term Enrollment Reports for Fall 2013. The University Headcount for this term is 32,077; a decrease of 0.8% over Fall 2012 enrollment. There are 24,492 undergraduates and 7,585 graduate students enrolled. Further details can be found in the Fall 2013 Credit Summary Report and the Fall 2013 Headcount Detail Report.
OBIA has posted online the Graduation/Degree counts for the 2012-2013 Academic Year, which includes all degrees earned from July 1, 2012 to June 30, 2013. Conferred degree counts are as follows: 726 Doctoral, 1,921 Masters, 5,139 Bachelors, 69 Graduate Certificates, 300 Undergraduate Certificates, 3 Honorary Degrees, and 29 Military Commissions. Additional details of the conferred degrees can be accessed through the Statistical Summary Table Tool.
OBIA has posted the Term Enrollment Reports for Summer 2013. The University Headcount for this term is 13,817; a decrease of 1.2% from Sumnmer 2012 enrollment. There are 10,715 undergraduates and 3,102 graduate students enrolled. Further details can be found in the Summer 2013 Credit Summary Report and the Summer 2013 Headcount Detail Report.
The 2012 Undergraduate Graduation and Retention Report is now available.
Each year the associate vice president for budget and planning, Cathy Anderson, presents the annual report on the faculty makeup by category, otherwise known as the faculty complement. In addition to data on the faculty headcount as of Fall 2012, the report includes a comparison with previous years, and student credit hours by type of faculty. This information is important because, over time, as the faculty changes from tenure-track to more part time, or moves in the other direction, those shifts affect how departments are funded. More details on Faculty can be found on our website in the Statistical Summary Report.