Office of Institutional Research

Established in May 2008, the Office of Institutional Research (IR) facilitates informed decision-making and supports assessment, program review, accreditation and strategic planning by collecting, integrating, analyzing and reporting varied institutional data and information.

The office also serves as the responsible unit for regulatory reporting of institutional data to the National Center for Educational Statistics and the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE).

Detailed descriptive and analytical inferential reports on student persistence, faculty salaries, teaching loads, instructional costs, and productivity are available only to a select internal audience.

University of New England

Fall Enrollment Trends by Degree Level

Fall Enrollment Trends by Degree Level

Academic Year Enrollment Trends by Degree Level

Academic Year Enrollment Trends by Degree Level

 

Enrollment Trends in Delivery Format (Headcount)

Enrollment Trends in Delivery Format (Headcount)

Enrollment Trends in Delivery Format (FTE)

Enrollment Trends in Delivery Format (FTE)

University of New England

Completions by Academic Year

(As reported to IPEDS)

Completions by Academic Year

Employees – As of November 1, 2018

(Based on primary position and IPEDS criteria)

Faculty and Professional Staff

1st and 2nd Year Full-Time, First-Time Undergraduate Retention

1st and 2nd Year Full-Time, First-Time Undergraduate Retention

Graduation Rates for Full-Time, First-Time Undergraduates

Graduation Rates for Full-Time, First-Time Undergraduates

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