Provide five year trends of academic department statistics. The data includes: Academic Credits Generated, Student and Faculty FTE Generated, Number of Majors and Minors Student/Faculty Ratio's.
The Student Fact Book
Contains student headcount, credit hours generated and generated student FTE statistics on a daily basis for the term specified. The report will be updated daily once the term begins and will continue to be updated until the census date is reached for that term (campus access only).
Provides five year Fall term enrollment trend data for total, undergraduate, graduate, academic program enrollment, degrees granted and retention/graduation data.
The Common Data Set (CDS)
Provide reports of academic major statistics. The data includes breakouts by age, gender, ethnicity within major. Included is average high school GPA, rank, average test scores, and average transfer GPA by major. Also included is one year persistence and graduation rates within major.
Provides a variety of statistical information that is used to complete national surveys. This data is collected on an annual basis.
- Workforce Statistics
The Office of Human Resources and Employment in collaboration with the Office of Institutional Effectiveness, compile a Workforce Statistics Report of Faculty and Employee trend data including workforce demographics, hiring statistics, and FTE by Department.
Workforce Statistics 2010-2011
- Student Career Planning/Tracking Report
This link includes annual surveys of SUNY Potsdam graduates and their respective employment going back to 2001. Reports include methodology and reliability information.
- Financial Resource Transparency
This link includes the allocation of resources through individual accounts. The threads follow, as closely as possible, the organizational chart for the College. Some inconsistencies may exist when an office listed on the organizational chart is not responsible for a campus account.
Note: The following documents are accessible only by On Campus computers.
To access these documents externally you must utilize SUNY Potsdam's Virtual Private Network (VPN).