University Facts

The University Facts provide overview information about the students who attend Dominican. The “Fast Facts” below provide a snapshot of current students.

All other data provides a more comprehensive look at who our students are and what they study, as well as their persistence and completion rates.

Please note:

Select the filters from drop-down menus or click on buttons for various student attributes to drill-down on data within each section. For confidentiality reasons, totals of less than 10 students are not shown. This means you may see an incomplete result when you drill down. 

Racial/Ethnic categories are based on IPEDs definitions.

For Persistence and Completion rates: Members of the cohort for each entry term are counted as of the Fall Reporting Date for that group’s first term.

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 all those involved in a student’s transition into higher education.

The CDS is organized around 10 topics:

  • General information
  • Enrollment and persistence
  • First-time, first-year admission
  • Transfer admission
  • Academic offerings and policies
  • Student life
  • Annual expenses
  • Financial aid
  • Instructional faculty and class size
  • Degrees conferred

Please visit CommonDataSet.org for more information.

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