The official UST fall census reports are now available and can be found on the Office of Institutional Effectiveness’ (OIE) new SharePoint site; the link to the site can be found on the OIE homepage, on the right side under “Community Resources,” or by clicking here (access to the data requires a valid UST username and password). The census reports include:
- Census – Includes historical fall headcount, FTE, credits, headcount (by gender, ethnic category, religious affiliation, veteran’s benefit, full-time/part-time status, credit category, student type and campus residence) and retention rate. Also includes the previous year comparison report for FTE, credits, and headcount by level and by program.
- Census profile – Includes detailed information on headcount numbers identified above. Additionally, there is information on headcount by award level (i.e., undergraduate, graduate), outcome (e.g., BA, BS, MA, MBA, LLM, MSW, MSS), primary program code (e.g., LW_GR_JD) and field of study (e.g., BIOL, ACMS, LDIV, MMSE, LAWS, EDPL, BULM).
- Census supplemental – Additional enrollment and headcount information for financial aid, veterans, on-campus housing and external reporting.
New Institutional Effectiveness SharePoint Site
The new OIE SharePoint site currently has two live subsites, the Decision Support subsite and the Institutional Research & Analysis subsite. The Decision Support site access is limited to the provost, deans, department chairs and department staff as it contains data and reports they use on a regular basis. The IR&A site contains institutional-level data and is available to UST community members with a UST username and password. The IR&A site contains census data, compliance reporting information, university facts and figures, institutional surveys, presentations and Tommie notes. This new site is still evolving and new items are being added regularly. So, if you are looking for something and are unable to find it, please let OIE know and they will be happy to assist you.
The remaining Faculty Evaluation subsite is still under construction, but when complete, will house faculty evaluation archives available to department chairs and their delegates.