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Academic Planning Benchmarks and Metrics. December 10, 2013 and January 14, 2014. Total Enrollment. Office of Institutional Research, January 13, 2014. Enrollment – New Entering Freshmen. UO Office of Enrollment Management, January 13, 2014. Enrollment – New Entering Transfers.

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Academic planning benchmarks and metrics

Academic Planning Benchmarks and Metrics

December 10, 2013 and January 14, 2014


Total enrollment
Total Enrollment

Office of Institutional Research, January 13, 2014


Enrollment new entering freshmen
Enrollment – New Entering Freshmen

UO Office of Enrollment Management, January 13, 2014


Enrollment new entering transfers
Enrollment – New Entering Transfers

UO Office of Enrollment Management, January 13, 2014


Average high school gpa entering freshmen
Average High School GPAEntering Freshmen

UO Office of Enrollment Management, October 25, 2013


New entering freshmen by residency status
New Entering FreshmenBy Residency Status

International

Domestic

Nonresident

Resident

UO Office of Enrollment Management, January 13, 2014


Admitted undergraduates by residency status
Admitted UndergraduatesBy Residency Status

International

Domestic

Nonresident

Resident

Office of Institutional Research, January 13, 2014


Growth in student credit hours 2006 07 to 2012 13
Growth in Student Credit Hours2006-07 to 2012-13

Office of Institutional Research, December 23, 2013


Ratio of tenure related faculty to non tenured
Ratio of tenure-related faculty to non-tenured

Office of Institutional Research, January 9, 2014


Student instructional faculty ratio
Student / Instructional Faculty Ratio

Office of Institutional Research, December 9, 2013


Growth in staff faculty classified and unclassified
Growth in Staff: Faculty, Classified and Unclassified

Office of Institutional Research, December 9, 2013


Square feet of classroom space per student fte
Square Feet of Classroom Space per Student FTE

Office of Institutional Research, January 8, 2014


Square feet of office space per faculty fte
Square Feet of Office Space per Faculty FTE

Office of Institutional Research, January 8, 2014


Undergraduate class size sch earned in courses with enrollment of 25 and 60
Undergraduate Class Size: SCH Earned in Courseswith Enrollment of <25 and >60

Office of Institutional Research, December 9, 2013


Graduate student credit hours by course number
Graduate Student Credit Hours by Course Number

Office of Institutional Research, December 9, 2013


University of oregon nrc ranking of research doctorate programs 2010
UNIVERSITY OF OREGONNRC Ranking of Research Doctorate Programs2010


Aau comparison metrics
AAU Comparison Metrics

Examples:

  • Student selectivity measures

  • Student success measures

  • Research expenditures

  • Faculty productivity measures

  • Student-Faculty Ratios

  • Numbers of highly ranked programs

  • Total expenditures per student FTE

  • Philanthropy


Academic planning benchmarks and metrics

25th percentile and 75th percentile

SAT scores for incoming freshman

We see that the middle band of UO SAT scores, generally between about 985 and 1224, lags our AAU peers. Moreover, we are slowly falling behind.


Academic planning benchmarks and metrics

4-year and

6-year graduation rates.



Academic planning benchmarks and metrics

Research Expenditures per Faculty Member

In absolute dollars, UO spends less on research than any other AAU public. But in terms of dollars per faculty UO looks much better and is making important strides forward.

AAU Percentiles for research expenditures per faculty

= Oregon


Academic planning benchmarks and metrics

Faculty Research Impact

Books: UO faculty, on the average, produce more

scholarly books than their average AAU peers.

Citations: UO average number of citations per faculty lags the AAU average.

Honors and Awards – UO faculty, on the average,

receive their fare share of honors and awards

Source: Academic Analytics, 2010


Academic planning benchmarks and metrics

Student – Tenure Line Faculty ratios

UO faculty are serving 50% more students than their peers at AAU public institutions.

Bachelor Degrees awarded per Tenure Line Faculty

On the average, UO faculty are producing far more bachelors degrees than their peers at public AAU institutions.


Ph d production
Ph.D. Production

Number of PhD’s granted per tenure related faculty (x 1000)

Source: IPEDS


Numbers of high rank phd programs
Numbers of high-rank PhD programs.

As of 2012, UO has 9 Ph.D. programs in the top 20% of all similar Ph.D. programs in high research universities, as determined by faculty research productivity:

Source: Academic Analytics


Academic planning benchmarks and metrics

Total Expenditures per Student

The UO spends less per student than any of the other 33 public AAU Universities, well less than half of the average, and we are falling behind.


Academic planning benchmarks and metrics

Total Expenditures per Student

With 25,000 student FTE, the UO would need to spend an additional

$44,500,000 to move to 31st place on this list.


Academic planning benchmarks and metrics

Annual Giving

In most years, gifts to UO are close to half the average of our AAU peers.

But annual giving should be understood relative to the size of the institution – for example in terms of financial size. Considering annual giving as a percentage of total annual expendituresUO looks much better.

Annual giving normalized by total annual expenditures

Source: Council for Aid to Education, Voluntary Support of Education Survey


Data sources
Data Sources

  • IPEDS – Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System

  • AAUDE – Association of American Universities Data Exchange

  • Academic Analytics – a benchmarking platform

  • Council for Aid to Education

  • Delaware Study of Costs and Productivity