Tools & Analytics
Tools & Analytics is an online self-service reporting tool developed by the Office of Institutional Research (OIR) to provide campus administrators access to reports for decision-making purposes and are not to be used for any external or official institutional reporting. These reports are available by request to UGA senior administration which includes Associate Deans, Deans, Vice Presidents, and above. If you need access to these reports, please submit a data request.
Note: To view the content below the user must either be on campus connected to the UGA network via wired or wireless connection or connected via the UGA campus remote access VPN. For more information on connecting to the UGA network via the VPN, follow these instructions.
Student Progression & Success by College
The Student Progression & Success by College dashboard’s purpose is to visualize the volume of outcomes in a specific college over time and to emphasize major shifts within the college. The group consists of any student who enrolled in a major belonging to the selected college in any term within the 6-year range (at the time of census capture) AND belongs to the selected cohort year and type.
Each column represents a Fall Term. The width of the bands in between the terms are directly proportional to the volume of students. The color of the bands are related to the latter term’s outcome for that group of students. There are hundreds of unique possible paths a student could take over the 6 years displayed; users can hover over any unique path to see the volume of students who follow that path.
The pie charts show a current status of the students in the group, so they possibly encompass more than the 6-years displayed.
Select the report for your school/college below. This report may take up to two minutes to load. Please be patient.
Student Net, Gain, or Loss by College/Major
The Student Net, Gain, and Loss by College (or Major) dashboard is an interactive table that shows the relationship of the number of students entering/leaving a college (or major) with each of the other colleges (or majors) at UGA by each term for a selected Fall cohort year and type. If you want to know the number of students gained in a certain term you will select ‘Gain’. Similarly, if you want to know the number of students lost in a certain term you will select ‘Loss’. Finally, if you want to know the net of the gain and lost students you will select ‘Net’. This table does not show when/if students leave the University, only movement between colleges (or majors).
Student Time to Degree by College
The Student Time to Degree by College allows you to dig into a cohort’s Time to Degree metrics.
The Course Sankey Diagrams show the relationships of the students who took the classes selected. The size of the bands indicate the proportioned size of the relationship between the grades of the classes selected.
This report may take up to two minutes to load. Please be patient.
Graduate School Reports
The Graduate School Admitted but Not Enrolled Report allows you to see where students who were admitted but chose not to attend UGA ultimately enrolled. This report is generated using the National Student Clearinghouse data.
Graduate School Admitted but not Enrolled [Under Development]
The Graduate Student Stipend Report is generated using the Oklahoma State Graduate Assistant Stipend Survey data. For a list of participating institutions, see the Faculty Salary Survey, although participation in the Graduate Assistant Stipend Survey is not required so not all institutions may participate.
Graduate Stipend Survey (Oklahoma State) [Under Development]