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April 1, 2015

Career Self-Efficacy Brown Bag Presentation

In early May, Krista Soria hosting a brown bag presentation related to junior and senior students' career self-efficacy at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities.

The purpose of the presentation is to highlight the results of surveys administered to juniors and seniors in fall 2014. We collected data from 600+ juniors and 575+ seniors who responded to the Career Decision Self-Efficacy scale, completed items from the Thriving Quotient, and answered additional items related to their engagement on campus. The information shared in the presentation may be helpful to advisers and career counselors seeking to understand more about students' efficacy in completing career-related tasks across the University.

The brown bag presentation will be held on Friday, May 8, from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. in McNamara Alumni Center 235.
Please RVSP and share this event with your colleagues!

Campus Climate Brown Bag Presentation

The Office of Institutional Research is hosting a "brown bag" presentation and discussion related to undergraduates' perspectives of campus climate at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities.

The session will be held on Friday, April 24, from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. in McNamara Alumni Center 235. Presenters include Bob Utke, Laura Gorny, and Krista Soria.

The purpose of this presentation is to highlight campus climate data from undergraduates at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. Utilizing Student Experience in the Research University (SERU) data from 2010 to 2014, we will highlight longitudinal trends in students' perceptions of campus climate, reveal previously under-analyzed data points, and outline differences in students' experiences based upon their social identities. Our hope is to utilize SERU data to better inform practitioners about students' perceptions of campus climate and to inspire practitioners to engage in thoughtful and reflective dialogue around students' experiences.

Please RSVP to the session and share this announcement with your colleagues.

February 17, 2015

Focusing on the First-Year Conference

Data from the Office of Institutional Research was prominently featured in this year's Focusing on the First-Year Conference newsletter. The newsletter highlights a variety of ways in which OIR has been collaborating with campus offices across the University of Minnesota.

March 25, 2014

Freshman Cohort Flow Viz Released

Have you ever wondered how an incoming class of Freshman flows through the University of Minnesota system over time? Utilizing d3, a visualization framework, we have released a report which shows our graduation and retention data year-over-year, diagramming how a Freshman class shifts and evolves via a Sankey diagram. The visualization shows the students transferring to another campus, graduating or leaving the system.

Freshman_cohort_flow.jpg

February 13, 2014

Official Enrollment Statistics: Spring 2014 Released

The Spring 2014 Official Enrollment Statistics data has been loaded. The University of Minnesota system-wide total enrollment for all academic levels is 63,138. For each University of Minnesota campus: Twin Cities - 48,308, Duluth - 10,403, Crookston - 2,187, Morris - 1,782, Rochester - 458. Visit the Official Enrollment Statistics page for more details.

December 16, 2013

Released: 2013 HR Data and Reports

2013 HR Data
The HR Employee Head count report and PDF document has been updated with 2013 data. The Employee and Student Head Counts/Credit Hours for Fall 2013 has been posted. We have also posted an Excel version of this file, available on the HR page.

2013 Graduation/Retention Data Released

The 2013 Graduation/Retention data has been released. The report can be found here:
Freshman Graduation/Retention.

Here are the highlights for each campus with the latest cohort updates:

Twin Cities: 90.4% First Year Retention Rate, 59.1% 4 Year Grad Rate, 75.7% 6 Year Grad Rate
Crookston: 71.6% 1 Year Retention Rate, 34.7% 4 Year Grad Rate, 46.6% 6 Year Grad Rate
Duluth: 79.9% 1 Year Retention Rate, 37.5% 4 Year Grad Rate, 66.7% 6 Year Grad Rate
Morris: 88.1% 1 Year Retention Rate, 53.0% 4 Year Grad Rate, 68.2% 6 Year Grad Rate
Rochester: 78.6% 1 Year Retention Rate, 50.0% 4 Year Grad Rate*

(1 Year retention rate is based upon the Fall 2012 New High School freshman cohort, 4 Year Grad Rate is based upon the Fall 2009 New High School freshman cohort and 6 Year Grad Rate is based upon the Fall 2007 New High School freshman cohort)

* Rochester's first cohort began in 2009, 6 year data will be available in Fall 2015.