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University of Maryland Campus Counts

Welcome to the Institutional Research, Planning and Assessment Campus Counts website. The graphical displays of data and figures in the PDFs linked below provide a wealth of publicly available information about the university including enrollments, applications, degrees, and retention/graduation rates.

Campus Overview -- The Campus Overview provides a quick summary of enrollments, degrees, and faculty at the university. While all of these figures are examined in more detail in the PDFs below, the Campus Overview is one-stop-source for our most commonly requested figures.

Enrollments

Student profiles provide a three-year snapshot of enrollment activity at the University. In these reports you will find data on race/ethnicity, gender, class standing, residency, full-time/part-time status, and more. The figures presented are the official enrollment figures for the University (those reported to various state and federal agencies, as well as those used internally by the University for most purposes). Additional enrollment reports are available that detail information such as where UMD students come from and enrollment by college.

Admissions

Admissions data include numbers of applications, acceptances, and enrollments for three years, as well as students' high-school or college GPAs, and SAT scores for undergraduate applications. Undergraduate student data looks at students who enter as new freshman or new transfer students; graduate data focuses on student admissions by program level.

Retention and Completions

Included in this section are reports on degrees granted for the past 10 years at the University at all levels. Undergraduate retention and graduation rates are split providing rates for students who began at the University as new freshmen or as new transfer students.

Employees

University employees are made up of faculty, staff, and graduate assistants. In this section you will find information on race/ethnicity, gender, and full-time/part-time status. Additional information specific to each group (faculty, staff, and graduate assistants) is also provided.


Archived Reports

Data Definitions

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