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  • University Institutional Research and Reporting
    semester and summer session The first day reports internal only provide summary views of enrollment at the beginning of the semester Official enrollment reports include basic statistics about enrollment credit hours and FTE totals for each campus as well as various demographic and class standing views The long report gives detailed information on enrollment for each campus by race ethnicity level school and division and comparative data from the previous year FTE or Full Time Equivalent is a measure derived from the credit loads of students It can be calculated on a semester or annual basis For undergraduates total credits are divided by 15 for the semester measure and 30 for the annual measure For graduate students master s doctoral and non degree the divisors are 12 for semester and 24 for the annual measure For graduate Professional students medicine dentistry physical therapy optometry Indiana University uses the undergraduate divisors 15 30 but the Commission for Higher Education employs the graduate divisors 12 24 Official Enrollment Official reports are based on standard census snapshot views and include two editions a short report and a long report Census Study The census study tracks headcounts and credit hours enrolled on a daily basis from the start of classes until mid semester Enrollment Projections Enrollment projections are the basis for preliminary fee income estimation enrollment change funding calculations updates to higher education services plans bond rating services and other internal and external reports and analyses The model used predicts freshman enrollment at IU campuses by looking at 1st 6th 9th and high school graduation data by county The model uses actual data for current and past years and for predicting future enrollments uses average progression rates from one of these grades to the next by county First Day First day reports are generated

    Original URL path: https://www.iu.edu/~uirr/reports/standard/enrollment/ (2016-04-30)
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  • University Institutional Research and Reporting
    population Through 2011 12 this limits the figures to students enrolled at an official census or who received a degree Beginning in 2012 13 this limits the figures to students who were enrolled at an official census who received a degree or who still showed enrolment or a completed degree as of mid September following the aid year i e excluding students who totally dropped all courses but received aid Published through 2013 14 Prior Year data are added in November UIRR Reports Standard Fact Book IU Common Data Set CDS Convenient source of official summary data about of undergraduates with need who were enrolled at fall census and received academic year fall spring aid This is limited to students enrolled at fall census Also any use of the term need based aid actually means aid that meets need e g a merit scholarship for a student with financial need This report has no information about aid that is awarded based on recipients financial need Published through 2013 14 Prior Year data are added in November UIRR Reports Standard Common Data Set IUIE Report Annual Enrolled Degree Summary with Financial Aid Ad hoc reporting on all students submitted to the Indiana Commission for Higher Education ICHE Allows convenient comparisons between aid recipients and non aid recipients for students enrolled at census or for students enrolled at the end of term EOT This also facilitates exploration of the data This report is an annualized version of the ICHE annual SIS population beginning with 2006 07 that matches the Fact Book financial aid views Through 2011 12 this limits the figures to students enrolled at an official census or who received a degree Beginning in 2012 13 this limits the figures to students who were enrolled at an official census who received a degree or who still showed enrollment or a completed degree as of mid September following the aid year i e excluding students who totally dropped all courses but received aid Current 5 snapshots per year 4 are current year estimated snapshots November February April July The 5th is the final official prior year snapshot which is available in November for the prior year Master Catalog Student Institutional Reporting Financial Aid IUIE Report Award Summary Snapshot Ad hoc reporting where standard aid categories are needed but the sources above are insufficient Provides student level summary data for all aid recipients including those not in the Fact Book financial aid views The most accurate data are in the Prior Year Snapshot Award Period 10 Annual Use the Award Period that begins with the highest number available for the most accurate data Be sure to read through the Instructions and Meta Data links to understand how to match the Fact Book figures as a first step for any reporting Current 5 snapshots per year 4 are current year estimated snapshots November February April July The 5th is the final official prior year snapshot which is available in November for the prior year

    Original URL path: https://www.iu.edu/~uirr/reports/standard/financial/ (2016-04-30)
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  • University Institutional Research and Reporting
    Data Sources and Information Glossary UIRR Home Reports Standard Academic Program Inventory Reports Standard Academic Program Inventory The Indiana Commission for Higher Education ICHE is the state agency charged with maintaining the Academic Program Inventory API for public institutions By providing the IU version of the API on this website we hope to maintain alignment with ICHE Purpose of this website UIRR will maintain the official academic program inventory list

    Original URL path: https://www.iu.edu/~uirr/reports/standard/programs/ (2016-04-30)
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  • University Institutional Research and Reporting
    Home Reports Diversity Diversity Metrics at IU The reports presented on this website provide measures on student and faculty diversity For external uses these reports leverage standard and replicable definitions from federal government sources e g IPEDS to allow for valid comparisons among institutions of higher education and across geographic boundaries utilizing county state and US census data These diversity views are recommended for external use Where appropriate components of

    Original URL path: https://www.iu.edu/~uirr/reports/diversity/ (2016-04-30)
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  • University Institutional Research and Reporting
    Measure SAM is a collaborative effort to enhance transparency and to provide the public and other stakeholders with a more comprehensive measure of college student progress and completion The SAM provides a complete picture of student progress on the path to earning an undergraduate college degree or certificate SAM reports aggregate outcomes for two groups of students who start at a college or university at the same time first time

    Original URL path: https://www.iu.edu/~uirr/reports/standard/sam/ (2016-04-30)
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  • University Institutional Research and Reporting
    and Reporting UIRR staff completes a portion of these reporting requirements for all campuses This section includes the required reports that provide useful information to our colleagues within the university as well as to our institutional peers and other interested members of the community Common Data Set The Common Data Set CDS was developed as a collaborative effort among college and university data providers and publishers as represented by the College Board Peterson s and U S News World Report The CDS is available for each IU campus and includes information on enrollment and persistence admissions transfer academic offerings and policies student life annual expenses financial aid instructional faculty and class size and degrees conferred Federally Required Consumer Information Occasionally legislation will be passed down to institutions mandating the disclosure of speific information for public consumer information Some of these historic mandates include the Student Right To Know Act SRTK Equity in Athletics Disclosures Act Jeanne Clery of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act and Higher Education Opportunity Act HEOA These disclosure items are provided in the following views Indiana Commission for Higher Education ICHE The primary reporting requirements of the Indiana Commission for Higher Education ICHE include

    Original URL path: https://www.iu.edu/~uirr/reports/compliance/ (2016-04-30)
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  • University Institutional Research and Reporting
    2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 General Information Enrollment and Persistence First Time Freshman Admission Transfer Admission Academic Offerings and Policies Student Life Annual Expenses Financial Aid Instructional Faculty and Class Size Degrees Conferred Common Data Set CDS Definitions A General Information A01 Address Information Name of College University Indiana University Bloomington Mailing Address 107 South Indiana Avenue City State Zip Country Bloomington Indiana 47405 7000 Street Address if different City State Zip Country Main Phone Number 812 855 4848 WWW Home Page Address http www iub edu Admissions Phone Number 812 855 0661 Admissions Toll Free Phone Number Admissions Office Mailing Address 300 North Jordan Avenue City State Zip Country Bloomington Indiana 47405 1106 Admissions Fax Number 812 855 5102 Admissions E mail Address iuadmit indiana edu If there is a separate URL for your school s online application please specify http admit indiana edu apply A02 Source of institutional control Check only one Public Private nonprofit Proprietary A03 Classify your undergraduate institution Coeducational college Men s college Women s college A04 Academic year calendar Semester Quarter Trimester 4 1 4 Continuous Differs by program describe Other describe A05 Degrees offered by your institution

    Original URL path: https://www.iu.edu/~uirr/reports/compliance/cds/ (2016-04-30)
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  • University Institutional Research and Reporting
    Bloomington IU Police Department Crime Statistics Indianapolis IUPUI Crime Statistics East Campus Police Department Crime Statistics Kokomo Clery Campus Security Information Northwest University Police Crime Statistics South Bend Campus Crime Statistics Report Southeast Campus Security Act Annual Report Equity in Athletics The Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act requires co educational institutions of postsecondary education that participate in a Title IV federal student financial assistance program and have an intercollegiate athletic program to prepare an annual report to the Department of Education on athletic participation staffing revenues and expenses by men s and women s teams Please note The following reports are in PDF format Bloomington IUPUI East Northwest South Bend Southeast Graduation Rates The Federal Student Right To Know Act SRKA requires institutions to publish the graduation rates of entering full time beginners according to a standard methodology developed by the U S Department of Education Graduation rate information is provided for the traditional first time full time fall semester beginning cohorts as well as for students involved in intercollegiate athletics Beginner refers to first year degree seeking undergraduate students enrolled at census in the fall semester who began their post secondary study in the fall or in either of the preceding summer sessions Cohort refers to degree seeking undergraduates who were enrolled at census in the fall term and who began their studies at IU in that fall term or in any of the previous summer sessions The federal definition of a cohort includes both beginners and students who transfer to IU from another post secondary institution Please note The following reports are in PDF format All Students Bloomington IUPUI East Kokomo Northwest South Bend Southeast Student Athletes Bloomington IUPUI East Kokomo Northwest South Bend Southeast Further Education Please note The following reports are in PDF format Bloomington IUPUI

    Original URL path: https://www.iu.edu/~uirr/reports/compliance/federal/ (2016-04-30)
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