A: The scope of the Office of Institutional Planning and Analysis includes strategic planning, coordination of planning and analysis with other University offices, establishing baseline data, and preparing analytical reports. Read more on our Mission Statement web page.
A: You may contact the IP&A office via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A: Census date is the 15th instructional day of each quarter. Final statistics are generated after the 28th day of instruction. Preliminary data is aviailable upon request..
A: Annual enrollment planning involves making projections and establishing targets for each discipline and overall enrollment and setting new student admission targets for the subsequent college year. This data contributes to budget development as a basis for projecting fee revenues. Refer to the Targets page for more information.
A: In the Official Enrollment Targets report in the Targets section.
A: Student demographic data can be found in various publications in the Publications and Reports section of our website.
A: University and college-level information is available in the Fact Book. Specific program statistics are available on request.
A: You can access information about student enrollment-related data in various publications in the Publications and Reports section of our website.
A: Enrollment data can be found in various publications in the Publications and Reports section of our website.
A: Information on student origins can be found on page 2 of the PolyView.
A: You can access data on diversity at Cal Poly from a number of sources in the Publications and Reports section of our website.
A: See the Federal Higher Education Act Reporting section.
A: Check the College Profiles section of the Fact Book under Degrees Awarded for a listing of degrees awarded by major.
A: Student graduation rates are available in the Retention and Graduation section.
A: Retention rates can be found in the Retention and Graduation section.
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