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Dating back to the early 1980s, the Fact File provides standardized data on students, faculty and staff and the university to help frame and inform the institutional strategic dialogue and build a culture of evidence in support of planning and management.
 
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Common Data Set
The Common Data Set (CDS) provides university data in a standard format, making comparisons across institutions easier and serving as a foundation for external data requests. The CDS includes information about academic offerings, student life, annual expenses, financial aid, class size, faculty/student ratio and degrees conferred.
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Market Shares & IR Abstracts
These topical one-page summaries provide analyses of DePaul University's market prominence, position and performance (Market Share) and insights from institutional research (IR Abstract).
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Enrollment Summary Books
This annual Enrollment Management and Marketing publication summarizes trends in DePaul's enrollment profile.
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Brown Bag Presentations
Click on the "Brown Bag Presentations" thumbnail, right, to access IRMA's list of Brown Bag Presentations. Brown Bags are presented monthly to the DePaul community and range in topics from freshmen and transfer student profiles to perceptions of academic advising.
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Infographic Library
The Infographic Library contains the collection of IRMA's infographics. Infographics are visual representations of data, and are utilized to quickly present information in a visually-appealing and quick manner. These are easily shareable and contain information on a variety of higher education data trends.
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Student Pulse
The Student Pulse is a one-question survey posted on various DePaul social media platforms. Student Pulses are conducted biweekly and after the results are posted on our social media platforms as feedback to participants, the results are posted here. For questions, or suggestions for future Student Pulse posts, please contact Joseph Magliari.
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Guidebooks & Publications
This page contains information related to the external surveys and publications IRMA participates in, including the surveys we submit, and our profiles on external pages such as U.S. News & World Report, Peterson's, The Princeton Review, etc.
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Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA)
The Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (HEOA) includes many disclosure and reporting regulations for postsecondary institutions. DePaul's information can be found here and on DePaul's Consumer Information page.
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Conference Presentations
The IRMA staff regularly contribute to the professional discourse in order to elevate and advocate for best practices in research, analysis, and data management. Our recent conference presentations and published material can be accessed here.
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External Resources
This page contains information about relevant external resources related to higher education data including IBHE, IPEDS, the Student Achievement Measure (SAM), etc.
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Dating back to the early 1980s, the Fact File provides standardized data on students, faculty and staff and the university to help frame and inform the institutional strategic dialogue and build a culture of evidence in support of planning and management. For additional interactive reports on these topics, see Regular Reports.

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Student Headcount Enrollment Data Visualization

Student Degrees Awarded Data Visualization

Section 1: Enrollment Trends

Headcount Reports

Table 1-1: Headcount Enrollments by College and FTE

Table 1-2: Fiscal year Unduplicated Enrollments by College and FTE

Table 1-3: Headcount Enrollments by Class

Table 1-4: Full-Time and Part-Time Enrollments by College

Table 1-5: Program Enrollments by College

Table 1-6: Program Enrollments by College by Gender

Table 1-7: Program Enrollments by College by Race/Ethnicity

Table 1-8: Program Enrollments by College by Race/Ethnicity by Gender

Credit Hour Reports

Table 1-9: Credit Hour Enrollments by College

Table 1-10: Full-Time and Part-Time Credit Hours by College

Table 1-11: Program Credit Hours by College

Table 1-12: Credit Hours Enrolled by Campus and Location

Table 1-13: Credit Hours Enrolled by Campus and Location by Home Colleges

Table 1-14: Credit Hours Enrolled by Campus and Location by Course Colleges

Section 2: Demographic Characteristics of Students

Table 2-1: Racial Distribution by College

Table 2-2: Gender Distribution by College

Table 2-3: Gender Distribution by Level

Table 2-4: Gender Distribution by College by Race/Ethnicity

Table 2-5: Undergraduate Enrollment by Age

Table 2-6: Age Distribution by College

Table 2-7: Race/Ethnicity by Gender by Age Distribution

Table 2-8: Current Residence by College

Table 2-9: Geographic Origins of Undergraduate Full Time Students

Table 2-10: Undergraduate Demographic Profile by Race/Ethnicity

Table 2-11: Graduate Demographic Profile by Race/Ethnicity

Table 2-12: Law Student Demographic Profile by Race/Ethnicity

Table 2-13: Demographic Profile by Level

Section 3: Admission Profile of New Students

Table 3-1: Applications, Acceptances, Enrollment Trends - Freshmen and Transfers

Table 3-2: Sources of Undergraduate Students

Table 3-3: Freshman Demographic Profile

Table 3-4: Freshman Academic Profile

Table 3-5: Freshman Demographic Profile by College

Table 3-6: Freshman Academic Profile by College

Table 3-7: Market Share of First Time Freshmen - Unavailable

Table 3-8: State of Origin of New Undergraduate Students

Table 3-9a: First Generation Student Profile

Table 3-10: Transfer Demographic Profile

Table 3-11: Transfer Demographic Profile by College

Table 3-12: Applications, Acceptances, Enrollment Trends - Graduate

Table 3-13: Sources and Enrollments of Graduate Students

Table 3-14: New Graduate Student Demographic Profile

Table 3-15: Applications, Acceptances, Enrollment Trends - Professional

Table 3-16: Sources and Enrollments of Law Students

Table 3-17: New JD Student Demographic Profile

Table 3-18: New F1/J1 Student Profile

Section 4: Resident Student Statistics

Table 4-1: Residence Hall Profile

Table 4-2: Residence Hall Profile (in Percents)

Table 4-3: Student Profile by Residence Hall

Table 4-4: Student Profile by Residence Hall (in Percents)

Table 4-5: New Freshman Residence Hall Profile

Table 4-6: New Transfer Residence Hall Profile

Table 4-7: Comparison of Undergraduate Full-Time and Residence Hall Populations

Section 5: Degree Recipients

Table 5-1: Degrees Conferred

Table 5-2: Degrees Conferred by College

Table 5-3: Degrees Conferred by Major

Table 5-4: Degrees Conferred by Major & by Gender

Table 5-5: Degrees Conferred by Major & by Race/Ethnicity

Table 5-6: Degrees Conferred by Major by Race/Ethnicity by Gender

Section 6: Student Financial Aid & University Finances

Table 6-1: Annual Student Financial Aid

Table 6-2: DePaul University Balance Sheets

Table 6-3: Statements of Activities

Table 6-4: Statements of Cash Flows

Table 6-5: Undergraduate and Graduate Annual Tuition and Housing Expenses

Section 7: Faculty & Staff Statistics

Table 7-1: Full-Time Faculty by Rank and Gender

Table 7-2: Faculty Rank by College

Table 7-3: Full-Time Faculty Length of Service

Table 7-4: Full-Time Faculty by Rank and Race/Ethnicity

Table 7-5: Administrative Staff, Graduate Assistantships, and Student Service

Table 7-6: Full-Time Faculty by Race/Ethnicity, Rank, College, Tenure, and Gender

Table 7-7: Faculty and Staff by Race/Ethnicity, Gender, Full and Part-Time Status

Table 7-7a: Faculty and Staff by Minority Status, Gender, Full and Part-Time Status

Table 7-8: Faculty and Staff by Age, Gender, Full and Part-Time Status

Table 7-9: Faculty and Staff Race/Ethnicity, EEO6 Job Category, Gender, Full and Part-Time Status

Table 7-9a: Faculty and Staff Minority Status, EEO6 Job Category, Gender, Full and Part-Time Status

Table 7-10: Faculty and Staff Age, EEO6 Job Category, Gender, Full and Part-Time Status

AAUP Compensation Study

Section 8: Other University Statistics

Table 8-1: University Library Holdings

Table 8-2: Percentage of Gross and Assignable Square Footage by Building

Section 9: Retention and Graduation Rates

Preface: Understanding Attrition and Graduation Rates

Table 9-1: First Year Retention Rates of Freshmen

Table 9-2: Fourth Year Graduation Rates of Freshmen

Table 9-3: Fifth Year Graduation Rates of Freshmen

Table 9-4: Six Year Graduation Rates of Freshmen

1979 - 2001 Fact File Archive (PDF)