For additional information/data that is not available online or in the Fact Book, please submit an Information Request Form.
If unable to open the link above, please click here for the form:
Once we receive the form, an IR staff will respond promptly to let you know whether our office can complete the request by the deadline. For most requests, a 2-week turnaround period is needed.
For general questions, please contact:
Getting Information from the Office of Institutional Research
The IR office does not typically meet requests for live data (i.e. the number of students enrolled in a class as of today) or requests for lists of individuals. Requests for these types of data should be directed to the office that manages the pertinent database.
Due to the resource constraints, IR office will not fulfill data requests for research of personal interest (i.e. class project purpose) beyond what is publicly available on the website. A request submitted by an individual requires prior UAA departmental or college level approval (documentation of institutional need).
Certain classified information (i.e. individual student or personnel data) is not available for general distribution. OIR will use discretion in distributing data of a certain nature, which the University considers confidential.
In most cases a two week turnaround period for requests is needed to guarantee accuracy and customer satisfaction. If you are submitting a request with a deadline under this two week period, please be aware that we may be unable to accommodate your request.
In most cases, OIR will not accept requests for: live data, projects of personal interest or very low institutional impact, classified information, or deadlines of less than two weeks.
Prioritization of Requests:
OIR seeks to meet as many information requests as possible within our resources and priorities. Each information/data request received by OIR is assigned a priority within our current workload. See below for general guidelines on how IR will prioritize your request.
OIR assigns an initial priority level to ad hoc or first-time requests based on the factors below (in the order given). Requests for revisions after completion of the initial request will be reprioritized based on the same criteria and current workload.
OIR prepares many reports on a recurring basis, which are prioritized by relative urgency and importance. When requests fall within the same category (e.g., two high priority requests) priority is affected by length of timeto deadline.