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Institutional Research

Institutional Research (IR) collects, analyzes, reports, and maintains quantitative and qualitative data on issues confronting higher education, particularly Dominican University of California. It supports strategic planning within the university community and aids with campus decision-making.

IR administers internal surveys, responds to external surveys, and produces the annual University Factbook, Common Data Set, and the Student Right to Know. In addition, this information is published to entities including but not limited to government bodies and the public.

For additional information, contact Scott Clark, Director of Institutional Data Management, scott.clark@dominican.edu or 415-482-1816.

University Factbook

The University Factbook provides general information about the university to anyone interested. It is a convenient source for statistics on enrollment, students, academics, retention, graduation, faculty, staff, tuition, and fees.

The Common Data Set

The Common Data Set (CDS) is a collaboration between data providers in the education community and publishers. The goal of this collaboration is to provide quality and accurate information to any and all those involved in a student’s transition into higher education.

The CDS is organized around 10 topics: (A) general information, (B) enrollment and persistence, (C) first-time, first-year admission, (D) transfer admission, (E) academic offerings and policies, (F) student life, (G) annual expenses, (H) financial aid, (I) instructional faculty and class size, and (J) degrees conferred.

The Student Right to Know

The Student Right to Know and Campus Security Act of 1990 require all colleges and universities to disclose their graduation rates, information on athletes receiving athletics-related financial aid, crime statistics, and campus security policies.


Common Sites & Pages


Students

Faculty & Staff

Alumni/Parents