Select a report category from the left-hand navigation menu. Below are short summaries of what can be found within each report.
Weekly Enrollment and the Induced Course Load Matrix both fall under this category.
Weekly Enrollment consists of reports produced at the opening of fall and spring semesters. Enrollment status is reported at one-week intervals from four weeks before courses start until four weeks after courses begin.
The Induced Course Load Matrix is a series of reports on the composition of campuses, programs, or disciplines in terms of how much of their enrollment and credit hours is filled with students from other programs/disciplines.
Information about UAA's surroundings that impact the performance of the university including participation rates by ethnicity, gender, and age.
Most finance reports can be found in the Fact Book. There are links provided to other UAA and UA financial information.
Graduation & Awards
Reports related to graduation, degree, and certificate awards. Also includes time to degree.
Reports on the eight measures of performance UAA has defined to evaluate universities.
Persistence & Retention
Reports on the rate of students persisting into the next fall semester.
Reports relating to employees of the university such as workload statistics, tenure, status, etc. Information can also be found in the Faculty and Staff section of the Fact Book.
Majors/Programs of Study
A list of degree/certificate programs offered at UAA and reports on students by program and by campus.
Space and Facilities
IR will be adding information about existing facilities and planned projects as it becomes available. There is also library information under this tab.
The student section of the Fact Book contains a wide variety of reports on student characteristics. Reports on student applicants, students served by UAA, and student profiles are also available.
UAA's Student Learning Progress Model is a supplement to the traditional student success metric. It tracks students over a ten year period and does not limit success to the narrow definition of first-time, full-time degree seekers who complete an associate or baccalaureate degree within 150% of college catalog time. The new model accounts for all types of students whether they are part-time, transfer, intermittent, or non-degree seeking students.