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OIRA's interactive reports provide official statistics about the university across a range of topics. You will find reports with information on student enrollment, course enrollment, diversity and inclusion, student surveys, student success, faculty and staff, student surveys results, and more. Unless otherwise noted, the data are publicly available. If you cannot find what you need in the below reports, feel free to submit an information request.
The number and FTE of students enrolled as of the fall, spring and summer census date since fall 2005. View a profile of an academic term, trends over time by student characteristic, comparison by college, and map of students by state/country of origin.
The number of new full-time, first-time students enrolled as of the fall census date since fall 2005. View a profile of an academic term, trends over time by student characteristic, trends by college, scores and percentiles, and a map of students by state/country of origin.
The number of new full-time transfer students enrolled as of the fall and spring census date since fall 2015. View a profile of an academic term, trends over time by student characteristic, ACT and GPA information, one-year retention rates, and a map of students by state/country of origin.
The number of students enrolled as of the fall and spring census date since fall 2004 by undergraduate major and minor and graduate program. View the top enrolling majors, minor and graduate programs, trends over time, and the secondary majors/minors by college of primary major.
The number of sections, class enrollment and student credit hours in which students are enrolled as of the fall, spring and summer census dates since fall 2009. View a profile of an academic term, trends over time, detail by individual class section, and an induced course matrix.
The number and percent of class sections by class size category as of the fall, spring and summer census dates since fall 2009. View a profile of a given academic term by college and detail by individual class section.
Number of degrees awarded by Marquette University by academic year since 2003-04. View degrees by degree type, student characteristic, major, minor, and graduate program.
Percentage of the first-time, full-time student cohort who are retained to the second, third, and fourth year or who graduate within four, five or six years. Compare retention and graduation rates by cohort and student characteristic.
This annual survey investigates first-time, first-year students' predicted academic success, their expectations about Marquette, their concerns, and the activities in which they would like to get involved. Data are collected during New Student Orientation.
This annual survey investigates graduating seniors' satisfaction with their academic experience and education, engagement in co-curricular learning experiences, perceived impact of their education, experiences with key mission and identity objectives and plans for the immediate future.
The Undergraduate First Destination Survey investigates the employment and enrollment into graduate/professional school activities of recent bachelor's degree recipients with the goal of estimating post-graduation outcomes rates.
The number of faculty and staff employed at Marquette as of November 1 since 2009. View a profile of all employees and faculty for a given year. View faculty trends over time and comparisons by college.
The number and percent of Marquette's students, faculty and staff by gender and race/ethnicity. View overall composition for current year and compare trends over time for undergraduate students, graduate students, faculty and staff.
Examines student success measures by gender and race/ethnicity. View retention rates, graduation rates, cohort comparison, degrees awarded, and degrees awarded by discipline.
The following set of dashboards assess our progress in achieving the goals articulated in the six themes of the Beyond Boundaries strategic plan and understand how we compare to other universities. For each metric, Marquette’s value is shown over time including, if available, a comparison to a group of 22 universities comprising both peer and aspirational schools. Often, the availability of comparison data lags by a year or more. Additional information about Marquette's strategic plan is available on the Beyond Boundaries website.
Last updated: 12/05/2020
Advance Marquette as a highly ranked destination university, renowned for academic rigor, high-impact educational experiences, innovation in teaching and learning, and achievement of its community of scholars. Metrics within this theme include student enrollment, retention and graduation rates, test scores, high impact experience participation,career outcomes, and student-to-faculty ratios.
Advance Marquette as a university committed to research and scholarship with a distinctive emphasis on excellence in strategically defined areas, including innovation. Metrics within this theme include Ph.D. degrees awarded, faculty awards, and research and development expenditures.
Foster a diverse teaching and learning environment and a culture that values, respects, welcomes and promotes a sense of belonging for members of our campus and our community. Metrics include student and faculty enrollment by gender and race/ethnicity and graduation rates by race/ethnicity.
Distinguished by our ethics, service and promotion of justice, position Marquette as a pivotal partner and resource to address issues within our community and beyond its boundaries. Metrics include student participation in community service and public service expenditures.
Development of men and women of faith and service for and with others. Metrics include development of understanding the Jesuit principle of being "men and women for others" and "leading by example".
Continuously improve university operations to increase efficiencies, sustain shared resources and thrive in tomorrow’s competitive higher education landscape. Metrics include alumni giving rate and endowment.
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This report shows individuals involved in enrollment management how registration for undergraduate students in a particular academic term is progressing in comparison to previous terms at the same time point in the registration period. Updated nightly during registration period through the term's census date.
This report shows individuals involved in enrollment management how registration for graduate students in a particular academic term is progressing in comparison to previous terms at the same time point in the registration period. Updated nightly during registration period through the term's census date.
Report tracking multiple metrics over time including student enrollment, courses, faculty, and staff. Only accessible to deans, associate deans, department chairs and members of the Provost's Office. Last updated: 01/06/2020
This report shows course enrollment information for a particular academic term to understand capacity, enrollment, open seats, wait list capacity and size. It also provides comparisons to the previous term and the ability to see a list of all the closed sections or sections with an active wait list. Updated nightly.
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