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Provides the Academic Program Inventory by 12 Digit CIP (Classification of Instructional Programs) Code for Resident Credit Programs by Institution or UNC Summary in both PDF and Excel format.
A searchable database providing PDF and Excel reports on the Certificate Program Inventory of each UNC institution.
A searchable database providing PDF and Excel reports on Enrollment and Degrees Conferred at each UNC institution. Note: Multiple CIP codes, multiple degree abbreviations, and/or multiple institutions may be selected.
A complex searchable database providing Fall Enrollment reports using options such as reporting year, institution, type of headcount, population, academic load, new students, freshmen, race/ethnicity, gender, residency, age groups, distance education, and pipeline students. Selected reports are provided in PDF and Excel format.
Provides information on Freshmen Applications, Performance Measures, or Retention (for definitions, please see Explanatory Narrative). Annual Reports are separated by high school or school system. Selected reports are provided in PDF and Excel format.
Provides Retention/Graduation/Persistence reports by population (all students, by race, or by gender), and by system, institution, or institution category. Selected reports are provided in PDF and Excel format.
Presents reports on students transferring to a UNC institution in the following Categories:
Transferring in the fall semester immediately following attendance at a North Carolina Community College. Select by Reporting Year and by Community College;
Transferring within 2 years of attending a North Carolina Community College by Reporting Year and by Community College; or,
Transferring from a UNC Institution by Institution; Transferring from a NC Private Institution by Private Institution.
Graphics at a glance to show how well space is used by day and hour for classrooms and class laboratories at UNC institutions, NC community colleges, and NC private colleges and universities.