Department Chair Student Data Reports
The reports included in the links below were developed for Deans and Department Chairs to help with job tasks outlined in the Department Chair Monthly Calendar. If you have questions about access or about the data available in the reports, please contact Pyramid@boisestate.edu
Annual Planning, Strategic Planning, Review, Accreditation, Etc.
- Course Demographic Composition – What are the ethnicities and the gender breakdown of the students taking your courses?
- Enrollment by Country of Origin – What is the country of origin for students taking your courses?
- Demographic of Majors – Who are the students enrolled in your majors?
- Counts of Graduates by Major – How many students are you graduating?
- Degree Awards by Academic Year – What degrees are you awarding?
- Average Credits at Graduation for Bachelor Degrees – How efficiently are your students reaching degree completion?
- Graduating Student Survey – How do your students rate their education received at Boise State University? Are your graduates satisfied with their major?
- Transitional Analysis – Fate and Source Data –
- The Fate data presents the enrollment statuses of a group of undergraduate students for a given fall semester one year later in the following fall semester. As such, this is not a cohort analysis that follows one set of students over several years. It simply helps to answer the question, “For students in a given fall semester in a given college, department, and plan, where were they one year later?
- The Source data presents the enrollment statuses of a group of undergraduate students for a given fall semester compared to where they were in the previous fall semester. It helps to answer the question, “For students in a given fall semester in a given college, department, and plan, how did their enrollment statuses change compared to the previous year?”
- The Fate and Source data are produced and distributed to deans, associate deans, and department chairs shortly after Census each Fall semester. To get access to the files, please contact Nick Warcholak at email@example.com. (If you are not a dean, associate dean, or department chair, you will need permission from your department chair to access the files.)