Campus Data

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Tom Holdford

The Office of Planning and Analysis collaborates with campus partners to maintain key campus statistics.

Common Data Set: Information about admissions, student enrollment, tuition and fees, financial aid, degrees awarded, and graduation rates, used by college guides and ranking publications, such as The College Board, Peterson's, and U.S. News and World Report.

Cal Answers (link is external) (CalNet ID Required): An interactive data warehouse reporting tool containing numerous student, faculty, and curriculum data elements, with access both to dashboards and ad-hoc queries.

Fall Enrollment Data (new students): Total enrollment by level, gender, and ethnicity; 3-year new freshman and transfer enrollment by ethnicity.

Fall Enrollment Trends (all students): 10-year undergraduate and graduate fall enrollment trends by college/school/division.

Fall Enrollment by Ethnicity and Gender: 10-year undergraduate and graduate fall enrollment trends by ethnicity and gender.

Undergraduate Graduation Rates: Graduation rates for freshman and transfer entrants.

Degrees Awarded: Number of degrees awarded over the past 10 years by college/school/division.

Berkeley Undergraduate Profile (PDF): Provides prospective students with key campus data (e.g., demographics, research opportunities, survey results) and metrics (e.g., graduation rates, time to degree, student-faculty ratio). Based on the Voluntary System of Accountability (VSA) template.

Berkeley Graduate Profile (link is external) (Graduate Division Link): Graduate Division data on graduate program rankings, enrollment, student funding, and career outcomes.

Cal Profiles/Profiles Plus Archived Data (CalNet ID Required): Historical data from the decommissioned Cal Profiles system.