Facts and Figures

Current Census Reports

Annual Fiscal Year Reporting

⊕ The Common Data Set originated as a set of standards and definitions intended to allow easier comparison of schools. Based on input from the U.S. Department of Education, the set comprises general college information, admissions, enrollment expense and financial aid data, along with facts about student life.

⊕ The Consortium for Student Retention Data Exchange (CSRDE), based at the University of Oklahoma and often referred to as "The Oklahoma Study," was founded as a data exchange for college retention and graduation data. A diverse membership of over 350 institutions contribute to four annual retention reports. CSRDE data are widely considered the standard for reporting and comparing retention, as they examine retention and graduation rates by race/ethnicity and gender against intitutional characteristics such as selectivity, size, and control. The CSRDE cohort is for full-time, first time (in college), bachelor degree-seeking freshmen enrolling each fall. Note CSRDE reports represent a fall-only cohort.

*Prior to fiscal year 2020, paid student only census reports were not produced.*
*Prior to fiscal year 2014, spring census reports were not produced.*

Fiscal Year 2021 Reports

Census Reports
 Fall 2020 Paid and Pending 

Fiscal Year 2020 Reports

Census Reports
Spring 2020 Paid | Paid and Pending
 Fall 2019 Paid |Paid and Pending 

Fiscal Year 2019 Reports

Census Reports
Spring 2019 Paid and Pending

Fiscal Year 2018 Reports

Census Reports
Spring 2018 Paid and Pending

Fiscal Year 2017 Reports

Census Reports
Spring 2017 Paid and Pending

Fiscal Year 2016 Reports

Census Reports
Spring 2016 Paid and Pending

Fiscal Year 2015 Reports

Census Reports
Spring 2015 Paid and Pending

Fiscal Year 2014 Reports

Census Reports
Spring 2014 Paid and Pending

Fiscal Year 2013 Reports

Census Report

Fiscal Year 2012 Reports

Census Report

Fiscal Year 2011 Reports

Census Report