UST Fall 2013 Census Reports Available Online Office of Institutional Effectiveness September 24, 2013 The official University of St. Thomas fall 2013 census reports now are available on the Office of Institutional Effectiveness website in the right-hand column under the Community Resources heading. These reports reside in SharePoint and require a valid UST email and password to access. Census Data Fall 2013 Census – Provides official census headcount numbers grouped by: FTE, gender, race or ethnicity, age, religious affiliations, veterans, full-time and part-time status, average credit load, student type and campus-residence status. It also includes class-size characteristics (i.e., average section size, faculty-to-student ratio, etc.) and undergraduate retention rates. Fall 2013 FTFY – Transfer Student Profile – Additional new Undergraduate Student Cohort census characteristic headcount measures. Fall 2013 Supplemental Census – Includes additional enrollment and/or headcount information as of census day. Fall 2013 Student Profile – Additional census day student characteristic headcount measures. Additional annual factbooks available to the UST community: Data Factbook – This report provides quantitative information and official numbers concerning critical dimensions of the university that include: headcount, outcomes awarded and course offering measures. Grade Factbook – This report provides grade distribution information that includes: number of grades assigned using a particular grading mode, number of grades assigned using a particular grade mode at a particular level (i.e., UG, GR), and average grade by course number (i.e., 100 level, 200 level, etc.) Outcomes Awarded 2012-2013 – This report provides quantitative (counts and percentages) information concerning outcomes awarded (i.e., degrees, certificates). The information is organized by two-digit CIP (classification of instructional program). Retention and Graduation Rates 2012-2013 – This report provides baseline information concerning undergraduate retention and graduation patterns at UST including: one- and two-year retention rates and four-, five- and six-year graduation rates.