The Office of Institutional Research provides and coordinates information utilized for decision-making, reporting, and assessment to facilitate the mission of Southwestern University. On this page you will find links to Facts & Figures and Survey & Data Reports for student, faculty and alumni.
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Facts & Figures
Each year a Fact Sheet is compiled by University Relations.
Institutions of higher education provide a common data set to those who are seeking information, thus reducing the reporting burden. The Common Data Set includes information on a college’s enrollment, library holdings, housing, tuition, financial aid, class size and degrees conferred. (updated 12/2013)
A one-page historical profile (1992-2012) of first-year students at the University with respect to academic performance, standardized testing, minority representation, financial aid distribution, and geographic distribution. These data are generated by the Office of Enrollment Services. (updated 08/2013)
A one-page historical profile (2000-present) of the number and percentage of students who are retained across 6 years (12 semesters). Also includes the final number and percentage of graduates for each cohort. (updated 11/2013)
By First Year Cohort: A one-page historical profile by first-year cohort from 2003 of the number and percentage of students who graduate within 6 years (12 semesters). (updated 10/2013)
By Transfer Cohort: A one-page historical profile by first-year cohort from 2003 of the number and percentage of students who graduate within 6 years (12 semesters). (updated 11/2013)
A five-page historical profile (2003-2013) of the number of degrees conferred by degree type as well as various tables detailing the number of degrees conferred by both first and second majors. (updated 06/2013)
Surveys & Reports
A summary of the surveys that have been administered at Southwestern University and the subsequent reports, if available.