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Completion, Graduation, Retention
This information is in "Compliance & Student Right to Know" as required to meet federal and state guidelines.
Timeframe: Academic Year = Summer, Fall and Spring.
Content: Baccalaureate, Masters, Doctoral by College and Curriculum. Degrees show gender and race/ethnicity.
Timeframe: Degrees awarded from 2003/04 through 2011/12
Content: Degrees as reported by Board of Regents by College, Degree Level, Academic Plan and Plan description. Annual Year = Summer, Fall, Spring Intersession and Spring.
Timeframe: Semester summaries from official 14th Class Day data.
Content: Enrollment by College, Student Level, Ethnicity, Residency, Gender, Entry type, Curriculum, Academic Level and Enrollment by Parish/State/Country, Enrollment Headcounts for Colleges Graduates/Undergraduates, Full- and Part-time, Total Hours, Average Load, FTE, Academic Level, Age and Age Range Distribution.
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Longitudinal Enrollment Data: Student Level by Fall/Spring Semester
Timeframe: Fall 2001 through Fall 2012
Content: Fall and Spring Enrollment by student Level (Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, Senior, Post-Bacc, Grad Students)
Diagonal Retention Analysis Chart: Tracks IPEDS cohort student Fall to Fall to show retention, student level progression and graduating numbers. (Chart was prepared originally for the University of Louisiana System Review Team in November 2011.)
Timeframe: Annual enrollment from 1958 to current
Content: This one page pdf shows UNO's historical annual enrollments by undergraduates and graduates from 1958 to current.
Timeframe: each semester (beginning Fall 2000)
Content: Grade Distribution by Course, Section and Subject.
Available to UNO faculty and staff from IRDM's SharePoint site. Log in using your regular UNO ID and password.
Content: UNO submits Student Credit Hours (SCH) data by college for summer, fall, spring and spring intersession to the La. Board of Regents. Regents calculates the official SCH production for inclusion in Formula Reports which are used to determine budgets during the annual formula funding process. For internal planning purposes, UNO's worksheets show SCH by the department that owns/offers the course.
Source: LA Board of Regents
The Board of Regents' annual report shows how long undergraduates took to earn their first baccalaureate award. UNO's "Time to Degree: 2011-12 " for First-Time Freshmen (both Full- and Part-Time) is 5.8 years. When First-time Freshmen and Transfer (both full-and part-time) are combined, the time to degree is 6.2 years. The detailed report is available on the BOR web.
The Board of Regents Statewide Student Profile System section has data on all Louisiana public higher education institutions. These reports have enrollment information such as age, gender, ethnicity, declared majors, student credit hour production, parish residence,etc. Open a report and locate the UNO section.