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The Data Analysis and Reporting (DAR) unit of the Institutional Research and Assessment department provides information and analytical support to University decision makers, enhancing the strategic planning and policy-making processes. In order to promote on-going institutional self-assessment, DAR serves as the university's information clearinghouse. In addition, this department collects, analyzes and presents information to a broad spectrum of information consumers. It also monitors the accuracy and integrity of vital University statistics.
In support of this mission, DAR is also dedicated to supporting the University's efforts for efficient and quality data management, security, processing, and dissemination. In addition, DAR is committed to the accurate and timely production of routine and ad hoc reports on behalf of the University to appropriate requests for information from federal, state, and other external agencies.
The At a Glance is compiled by the Data Analysis and Reporting unit within the Office of Institutional Research and Assessment. It is designed to provide a convenient and concise source of information from key University units. The facts and figures presented are intended to answer frequently requested inquiries. We welcome your questions, comments and suggestions.
The Temple University Fact Book is an annual publication compiled and distributed by the Office of Institutional Research and Assessment. The Fact Book contains a variety of information and statistics including summary and detailed data on students, financial aid, faculty and staff, instructional activity, finance, facilities and research.
Updates and corrections made to the Fact Book after publication can be found in the Change Log link below.
Student profiles contain enrollment profiles across all levels (undergraduate, graduate and professional) by school and college. Data is also reported across time status, residency, ethnicity and other key data points.
Current Student Profile: 2017
Past Student Profiles:
Common Data Sets (CDS)
The CDS initiative is a collaborative effort among data providers in the higher education community and publishers as represented by the College Board, Peterson's, and U.S. News & World Report. This goal is attained by the development of clear, standard data items and definitions in order to determine a specific cohort relevant to each item. Data items and definitions used by the U.S. Department of Education in its higher education surveys often serve as a guide in the continued development of the CDS.
The Common Data Set only includes students enrolled at domestic campuses. The figures presented in the Common Data Set will differ from those in the Fact Book,
At a Glance and Student Profile.
Current Common Data Set: 2016
Past Common Data Sets: