NIU Tableau

Admissions, Housing and Orientation

Admissions Five Year Trend (UGRD, GRAD, LAW)

Undergraduate, graduate and law student admissions by headcount (applied, admitted and confirmed) for fall.

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Undergraduate Admissions for Fall

Undergraduate admissions (student headcounts applied, admitted and confirmed) for fall.

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Undergraduate Admissions for Freshman by High School (Fall)

Undergraduate admissions (applied, admitted, confirmed) for Freshman for recent Fall terms by student plan (major), county/state, and ethnicity/gender

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Undergraduate Admissions for Transfer Students by Previous Institution (Fall)

Undergraduate admissions (applied, admitted, confirmed) for Transfer Students for recent Fall terms by student plan (major), county/state and ethnicity/gender.

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Freshman and Transfer Students Admitted to NIU But Enrolled Elsewhere (Fall)

This view reports undergraduate enrollment for new freshman and transfer students who were admitted to NIU but enrolled elsewhere for recent fall terms by institution characteristics (two-year/four-year), student plan (major) and student characteristics (ethnicity/gender/first generation).

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Housing Reservations for Upcoming Fall Term

Total number of Housing reservations for new and continuing students by weeks prior to the upcoming fall term.

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Orientation and Housing Counts Among Confirmed Students for Upcoming Fall Term

Weekly number of orientation and housing fees paid by new and reentering confirmed students.

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Alumni Outcomes

Current Employment Status

Alumni Survey responses, 18 to 24 months after graduation, to the question "Are you currently employed?" Academic years (AY) are defined as Fall, and the following Spring and Summer semesters.

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Pursuing or Completed Additional Degree

Alumni Survey responses, 18 to 24 months after graduation, to the question "Are you pursuing (or have you completed) an additional degree or certificate since graduating from NIU?" Academic years (AY) are defined as Fall, and the following Spring and Summer semesters.

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Time to First Job

Alumni Survey responses, 18 to 24 months after graduation, to the question "How long after graduation did you secure employment?" Academic years (AY) are defined as Fall, and the following Spring and Summer semesters.

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Preparedness for Current Job

Alumni Survey responses, 18 to 24 months after graduation, to the item "My degree program at NIU prepared me well for my current job." Academic years (AY) are defined as Fall, and the following Spring and Summer semesters.

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Satisfaction Time to Degree

Alumni Survey responses, 18 to 24 months after graduation, to the item "Considering my circumstances, I am satisfied with the amount of time it took me to complete my degree." Academic years (AY) are defined as Fall, and the following Spring and Summer semesters.

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Overall Satisfaction with Degree

Alumni Survey responses, 18 to 24 months after graduation, to the item "Overall, I am satisfied with my degree." Academic years (AY) are defined as Fall, and the following Spring and Summer semesters.

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Credit Hours and Student Full-Time Equivalent (FTE)

Credit hours attempted by derived course level (100-900) and student full-time equivalent (FTE), by student career (undergraduate, graduate, law) for the last three, complete academic/fiscal years. For fiscal years, semesters include summer, fall, spring; for academic years, semesters include fall and spring. Student FTE calculations use 15.0 credit hours for undergraduate students and 12.0 credit hours for graduate/law students. Users can evaluate credit hours and student FTE across four sets of filters: Time, College/Dept, Subject, and Student. Navigate to Credit Hours and Student Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) Details for more information.

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Course Management

Fall Course Registration

Enrollment, enrollment capacity and percent filled for fall term course sections. Data is updated Monday through Friday during the term's registration cycle and during the term itself..

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Spring Course Registration

Enrollment, enrollment capacity and percent filled for spring term course sections. Data is updated Monday through Friday during the term's registration cycle and during the term itself.

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Summer Course Registration

Enrollment, enrollment capacity and percent filled for summer term course sections. Data is updated Monday through Friday during the term’s registration cycle and during the term itself.

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Degrees

Degrees Conferred per Fiscal Year

Degrees conferred by college and department per fiscal year (summer, fall, spring).

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Diversity

Student/Faculty Diversity Comparisons

Student/faculty counts and trends by gender/ethnicity. Headcounts are as of the fall census for students and faculty, respectively. Users can evaluate student/faculty diversity across three sets of filters: common, student and faculty. Navigate to Student/Faculty Diversity Comparison Details for more information.

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Enrollment

Enrollment Fall 2016-20

Fall enrollment by college and department.

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Weekly Enrollment Fall

Weekly headcounts for distinct enrolled students who are registered for at least one credit hour in the fall term.

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Weekly Enrollment Spring

Weekly headcounts for distinct enrolled students who are registered for at least one credit hour in the spring term.

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Enrollment Map, County of Origin

County of Origin of In-State Enrolled Students (Official Fall).

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Enrollment Map, State of Origin

State of Origin of Out-of-State Enrolled Students (Official Fall).

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Enrollment Map, Country of Origin

Foreign Student and Permanent Resident Enrollment by Country (Official Fall).

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Enrollment Diversity by Pell Eligible, First Generation and Gender/Ethnicity - Charts and Trends

These views report the diversity of student enrollment as of the fall semester (census) by Federal Pell Grant eligibility, first generation status, gender and ethnicity. Pell eligible reflects the student's eligibility at anytime during their undergraduate career. Only undergraduate students are eligible for Federal Pell Grants (graduate/law students will report 'not applicable'). First generation data is only collected for undergraduate students (graduate/law students will report 'not applicable').

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Faculty and Staff

University Employees (Faculty and Staff) by EEOC Diversity Categories

Five-year trend of diversity (count, percentage) for all university employees (faculty/instructional staff, university staff) by gender and ethnic/racial group, EEOC categories, full-time/part-time, division/unit, position, and new/existing hire.

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Finance

Expenditures

Actual Current Fund Expenditures and Sum of Operations Costs by Functions (Fiscal Year).

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Revenues

Actual Current Fund Revenues and State Appropriations by Source of Funds (Fiscal Year).

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Costs

Undergraduate Instructional Costs and Annual Undergraduate Student Costs (Fiscal Year).

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Student Success, Grades

Undergraduate Grade Distribution Histogram

Distribution of undergraduate course grades by various filters (college, department, subject, etc.).

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Undergraduate Grade Distribution Table

Distribution of undergraduate course grades by various filters (college, department, subject, etc.).

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Undergraduate Course Grade Nonsuccess (DFUW)

Undergraduate course nonsuccess: enrollment and the percent of students receiving a grade of D, F, U or W.

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Undergraduate Course Grade Success (ABC) by Ethnicity

Undergraduate course success: enrollment and the percent of students receiving a grade of A, B or C, by ethnicity.

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Student Success, Retention and Graduation

Fall-to-Fall Reenrollment for Undergraduate Students by Weeks Prior to the Beginning of the Fall Semester

Undergraduate students enrolled (headcounts, percentages) in fall semesters and reenrolled in the following fall semester at each week in the registration cycle by various filters (college, department, etc.)

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Fall-to-Spring Reenrollment for Undergraduate Students by Weeks Prior to the Beginning of the Spring Semester

Undergraduate students enrolled (headcounts, percentages) in fall semesters and reenrolled in the following spring semester at each week in the registration cycle by various filters (college, department, etc.)

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Undergraduate Student Fall-to-Fall Retention and Time to Degree

Undergraduate student headcount retention (fall-to-fall) and time-to-degree (as of the student’s incoming fall term), by full/part-time status, admit type (freshman, transfer), college of the student's first semester, first generation/pell and ethnicity/gender.

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Fall-to-Fall Reenrollment for Graduate/Law Students by Weeks Prior to the Beginning of the Fall Semester

Graduate/Law students enrolled (headcounts, percentages) in fall semesters and reenrolled in the following fall semester at each week in the registration cycle by various filters (college, department, etc.)

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Fall-to-Spring Reenrollment for Graduate/Law Students by Weeks Prior to the Beginning of the Spring Semester

Graduate/Law students enrolled (headcounts, percentages) in fall semesters and reenrolled in the following spring semester at each week in the registration cycle by various filters (college, department, etc.)

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New Graduate Student Time to Degree

New Graduate student (headcount) time to degree by academic year (contiguous fall, spring, summer terms), by college/department, degree, academic plan and ethnicity/gender

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Retention and Graduation

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