Primary Resource for University Data
The Office of Institutional Research and Planning is responsible for providing Point Park University leadership with information that supports institutional planning, policy formation and decision making. The office serves as a comprehensive source for information about the University, provides data to meet various state and federal requirements, and generates essential University reports, including:
Statistical data and summary information designed to answer the most frequently asked questions about the University
Quick Facts and Figures
Summary sheet published annually in conjunction with the Factbook
Ten-year enrollment trends, five-year variance and other reports
Statistics on the University's graduation/completion rates provided in compliance with the Higher Education Act of 1965 (as amended)
Student Satisfaction Inventory
Standardized survey of students' satisfaction with a wide-range of college experiences, programs and services
Common Data Set
Collaborative effort among the higher education community and college guidebook publishers (such as the College Board, Peterson's and U.S. News & World Report) to develop standard data items and definitions used in higher education surveys.
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