The following links are various reporting strategies available through the Institutional Research Department.
DASH (Tableau Server)
DASH is our secure internal repository for a variety of institutional reports, particularly historical numbers and university-level survey results. Access to DASH is very limited, and it requires a specified license tied to your AD credentials. For more about access, contact one of the IR team members. To access DASH, click on the UIW logo below.
Common Data Sets (CDS) - Common Data Sets are developed as part of a national project to help answer the growing number of voluntary surveys requested throughout each year. The CDS is also intended to help provide not only consistency of answers across the various surveys from UIW, but also integrity of data definitions across all institutions supplying information. This includes: U.S. News, Peterson’s, and others.
FactBook (in process) - Each of the following workbooks provides a snapshot of UIW information according to census information available for the term. If you have access to DASH, you can obtain more detailed information about each topic.
The feather indicates an embedded DASH report is available from this page.
|Daily Enrollment Report (protected page)||DASH version|
|Interactive Factbook Tables||Census Reports|
|Fall 2012||Fall 2012 (protected page)
Fall 2012 Official Census report (DASH)
Fall 2012 – Executive Summary – 2 yr comparison (DASH)
Fall 2012 Census – Course Detail by Subject (DASH)
Fall 2012 Census – course detail by student level (DASH)
Interactive: Census Trends-Enrollment (DASH)
|Summer 2012 (protected page)
Dash version (Summer 2012)
|Fall 2011||Fall 2011 (protected page)
Dash version (Fall 2011)
|Spring 2012||Spring 2012 (protected page)
Dash version (Spring 2012)
Executive and Board Report (Spring 2012)
|Commencement & Degrees Conferred||DASH version|
Surveys - As part of the assessment cycle each year, the University of the Incarnate Word administers university-level surveys to the students, faculty, staff, and/or alumni of the university. Below you will find a brief description of the survey, as well as a link to an embedded DASH report – when available – to help us analyze and use the survey results.
|National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE)|
|From the NSSE website: ”What is the survey about? Survey items on The College Student Report represent empirically confirmed “good practices” in undergraduate education. That is, they reflect behaviors by students and institutions that are associated with desired outcomes of college. NSSE doesn’t assess student learning directly, but survey results point to areas where colleges and universities are performing well and aspects of the undergraduate experience that could be improved.”|
|NSSE QEP Factors – Full Book|
|NSSE Question 1|
|NSSE Questions 2 – 7|
|NSSE Questions 8 – 14|
|Faculty Survey of Student Engagement (FSSE)|
From the FSSE website: ”What is FSSE? The Faculty Survey of Student Engagement (FSSE) was designed to complement the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE), which is administered to undergraduate students. The faculty version focuses on:
The project is coordinated by the Indiana University Center for Postsecondary Research. FSSE is designed to measure faculty expectations for student engagement in educational practices that are empirically linked with high levels of learning and development. Since 2003, over 140,000 faculty members from more than 590 different colleges and universities have responded to the survey.”
|Noel-Levitz Student Satisfaction Inventory (SSI)|
|The SSI measures student satisfaction and priorities for activities and services across the university. The results reveal how satisfied students with these services, as well as what issues are important to them.|
|Fall 2010 – Questions 1 – 39|
|Fall 2010 – Question 40 – 63|
|Fall 2010 – Summary|
|Noel-Levitz Adult Learner Inventory (ALI)|
|Noel-Levitz Alumni Survey|
|2012 – BIOL, PSYC, COMM|
|Campus Religious and Spiritual Climate Survey (CRSCS)|
|LIBQual+ 2011 – Affect of Service|
|LIBQual+ 2011 – Information Control|
|LIBQual+ 2011 – Library as Place|
|ModernThink (Chronicle Great Places to Work)|