Institutional Research

The primary mission of the Office of Institutional Research and Testing is to conduct research in order to provide information which supports institutional planning, policy information, and decision making. To achieve this goal, the office conducts three types of research:

  • systematic generation of information concerning vital university operations, programs, and long-term trends
  • ad hoc projects designed to assist specific planning, policy, or decision situations
  • project assistance required to support institutional inquiries undertaken by other areas of the university

Many of these reports are available online, either on this website or in the data warehouse/Bearhaus maintained by IRT. Select one of the links under Institutional Research and Reports for a specific type of report, or view the public report list.

If you cannot find what you are looking for, please submit a request for information.

Reports published by Institutional Research and Testing are for informational purposes only. Although every reasonable effort is made to assure the accuracy of the data as reported from the source documents or source data, reports are not represented to be error-free. Data may be subject to update and correction without notice. These data do not constitute an offer, inducement, promise, guarantee, warranty, or contract of any kind. Reports are intended to omit personally-identifiable information as required by FERPA and other federal and state law. Concerns about personally-identifiable information in any report should be addressed to the Office of the Provost.