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Weekly registration counts by college, grad/UG, week number, and more. Updated Mondays. Contains spring 2013 from 11/6/12 to census; summer/fall 2013 from 3/11/2013 on.
Spring/summer/fall 2013 v. spring/summer/fall 2012. Spring 2012 weekly headcount not available so comparing 2013 by week to 2012 census headcount and reportable unit comparisons by college,
grad/UG, degree seeking/not and residency. Updated Mondays. Starting posting on 11/6/2012.
One-term (or one-year) details
- Quick look - Fall 2012 census enrollment
- Enrollment snapshots - Pairs of terms: Compared term shown with previous year term
For students with state reportable hours only. Degree-seeking/not, grad/UG, residency,
school/college, gender, race/ethnicity, full/part-time, class level.
Degree-seeking students with state-reportable hours = "standard" enrollment
counts, used in press releases and enrollment management.
10-year comparison: Fall 1999 to fall 2008
Enrollment summaries - single term detail.
For students with state-reportable hours only. Grad/UG, class level, new/continuing,
residency, roster school/college,
gender, race/ethnicity, full/part-time, major.
- Student enrollment report to CCHE
Fiscal year and by-term FTE by residency, level, and college
Find FTE for every Colorado public college and U, by residency and grad/undergrad, at the
CDHE budget/finance site. Fiscal year FTE is generally posted in late August. FTE = credit hours in the FY / 30 for both grad and undergrad students. Grad level includes law.
- Total enrollment
Includes students with state-reportable hours and other students, such as students on CU study abroad,
faculty and staff members taking courses, and students enrolled through continuing education only.
-- By level & full/part time, as reported in the Common Data Set
-- By major, including students with no state-reportable hours (Excel)
- Undergraduate enrollment by college, major, ethnic group, class level (Excel)
- Graduate enrollment, degrees and academic preparation (Excel)
- IPEDS - Fall Enrollment Survey. Enrollment information by level, gender, and ethnicity.
- Miscellaneous Topics such as popular undergraduate majors, age of students,
undergraduate cumulative GPAs, geographical information, residence in Colorado for alumni, etc.
Over time (generally 10 years) - all for students with state-reportable hours only
- Graduation rates and time to degree data
- Fall enrollment data:
- Degree-seeking students by grad/UG and discipline college
Degree-seeking students by grad/UG,
residency, and new/continuing, with new freshmen and transfers
Details 1988 - :
By college, gender, & ethnic/racial group for freshman, transfers, masters, doctoral, and all
By ethnic/racial group and residency
- By college and MAJOR for freshman, transfers, masters, doctoral, and all, 1991 - present.
- By major (PDF): 1972, 1978-1981 |
- By reporting major, degree
type, and fiscal year, 1989- with degree counts
- By college, A&S division, PBA department, and major. Most recent 12
Undergraduates by college and entry type including IUT's, 1991 - present (Excel)
- Number of students with a double major by level
- Entry majors and first declared majors (Excel)
- Enrollments & teaching volume, selected departments, for capital planning (Excel)
- Enrollment projections
- Historical enrollment statistics, from 1877 to present
Academic preparation of new freshmen applicants, admittees, and matriculants
- Headcounts by credit load, college, residency and level (Excel). Summer 2004 - present
- Trends in academic probation and suspension for 1st-year Arts & Sciences students, 2001-07
- Academic probation/suspension during the freshman year, by college (07/08) (Word)
- Over-time enrollment and degree counts for APAS and ATOC
- Zip codes of total, undergraduate, and graduate level students, and employees
- Counties in which undergraduate, graduate
level students, and employees reside
- Residence in Colorado, CU-Boulder alumni 3-5 years after graduation:
- Residency conversions of CU-Boulder students entering as non-resident new summer or fall freshmen (Oct '10; cohorts 2000-2009)
- Number and percent of bachelor’s degree recipients with minors, 1989-2010 (Word)
- Enrollments and teaching volume over time (“allprogs” Excel), for capital planning use.
Selected departments only; others available on request
- TOEFL scores and GPAs: Study of the relationship between international students’ TOEFL scores and their 1st-term GPA (Word)
- Major fidelity: Percentage of fall 2010 freshmen remaining in their entry major into their 3rd fall, by major and program. (PDF)
- CU-Boulder Study Abroad participants: time to degree, GPA, and other characteristics, 1/2013 (Word)
- Graduation rates and other information on Pre-collegiate Development Program (PCDP) completers who enrolled at CU-Boulder, 9/2012 (Word)
- Alcohol Violations Related to Academic Probation/Suspension, AY 2007-08 (Word)
- Taking a writing course and academic success in the freshman year (Word)
- Probation and Suspension in the Careers of a Freshman Cohort
- Graduate tuition and enrollment management task force (GTEMS): Tables for campus, colleges, and A&S
discipline clusters, for the graduate school only. Tables by department available on request.
- Profiles: New students and total enrollment by
residency-citizenship group (international, US non-residents, Colorado residents), by
appointment type (none, TA, RA), by doctoral vs. master's level, with counts, graduation
rates, degree recipients, and time to degree. (Word document)
- Summaries: Number of faculty, research expenditures,
enrollment, and graduation rate, with enrollment by appointment type. (Word document)
- Cumulative Loan Debt Accrued by CU-Boulder Bachelor's Grads
- AAUDE survey of graduate assistant stipends
- Family incomes of CU-Boulder students
- CU-Boulder undergraduates working for pay
- Relationship of several academic, demographic, and program participation variables to graduation and retention rates
Analysis, 2003 |
Short update, 2011
**For other student-related information, see also Admissions and Financial Aid