Institutional Research Publications
The Office of Institutional Research provides these publications for university staff and for the public to provide information about the university.
The Fact Book contains information about many areas of the university over the past five years, including Student, Faculty, Financial data, and many other items that are useful for on and off campus constituents.
The Common Data Set (CDS) initiative is a collaborative effort among data providers in the higher education community and publishers as represented by the College Board, Peterson's, and U.S. News & World Report.
One Page Profiles
College Enrollment Profile - The College Enrollment Profiles are one page documents for each college which contain general information about student enrollment such as: Gender, Ethnicity, Department and Classification. Note that students who have not exited the University College are included with their intended college, but they are split out in the sub-report.
Department Enrollment Profiles - The information in these reports are based on the the Student Program of Study as of Census Day. This college and department structure is based on the current university structure. The gender, ethnicity, and classification are based on the Coordinating Board enrollment files.
Faculty Profile by College - The information in these reports are based on the Faculty Department listed on the Coordinating Board faculty files. This college and department structure is based on the current university structure. The gender, ethnicity, rank and tenure status are based on the Coordinating Board faculty files.
Quick Facts contains many areas of information about the university including Student, Faculty, Staff, and Finances.
18 Characteristics of Texas Doctoral Programs
The 18 Characteristics of Doctoral Programs were developed by the Graduate Education Advisory Committee to create a snapshot of all doctoral programs at public universities and health-related institutions. The data is intended to provide information to the institutions for self-improvement and to serve as a guide to members of the general public who are interested in doctoral education, such as prospective students and their families.