Factbook

Through our Factbook you can learn more about our university including Student Enrollment, Student Credit Hours, Student Success and our Faculty and Staff. View a summary report which gives overall details for the given area at the university level. In some cases you will find a detailed report option to take a deeper dive into the data using SAS Visual Analytics. Reports designated as For The Pack with the Login Required icon can only be reached via authentication with a valid NC State account and all applicable permissions.

In the corner of each visualization you will see this icon.  Clicking this icon will give you the ability to download each chart as well as the underlying data used in its construction.  You may also click an entry in the chart legend to add and remove elements presented so that you may focus on the data in isolation.


Enrollment
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Student Credit Hours
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Student Credit Hours are comprised of Summer II through Summer I of the following year.


Student Success
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Degrees Awarded are comprised of Summer II through the Summer I semester of the following year.


Faculty and Staff
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Diversity
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Race and ethnicity data for students, faculty and staff presented on this page is compiled using the data collection and reporting standards of the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDs) External Link. In this graph, the percent underrepresented minorities (URM) is the sum of those reporting Hispanic, American Indian or Alaska Native, Asian, Black or African American, Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander, and those reporting two or more races divided by the total population. More detailed information is provided on the Trends page.

Factbook Archives

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