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OIE Dashboards

Temporary Dashboard Files

The previous dashboard platform has been discontinued, and dashboards and reports are being developed in new platforms. In the interim, various dashboard output files are being updated and published on SharePoint, including course/credit enrollment tracking, retention tracking, enrollment by academic plan, graduates by plan. Access is limited to the UW-Parkside community based on role. If you are unable to view these files, please email ira@uwp.edu.

Strategic Framework KPI Dashboards

Enrollment History: This set of visualizations includes information on total enrollments and enrollments by subgroups (including race/ethnicity and Pell eligibility).

First-time, Full-time Graduation and Retention Rates: These visualizations include information on second-year retention, four- and six-year graduation rates for students who entered as new freshmen, and can be filtered by subgroups.

Transfer Graduation and Retention Rates: These visualizations include information on second-year retention, four- and six-year graduation rates for students who entered as full-time transfer students, and can be filtered by subgroups.

Student Outcomes: These visualizations include retention and graduation figures for new freshmen, transfer, and graduate students, and incorporate data from the National Student Clearinghouse to identify students who transfered and graduated from other institutions.

Degrees: These visualizations include the number of degrees conferred annually by level, and can be filtered by subgroups.

High Impact Practice Participation (login required): These visualizations show the percentage of bachelor's degree graduates who particiapted in at least two High Impact Practices prior to graduation. They consider enrollment in internship/field studies, community-based learning, study abroad, capstone, portfolio, undergraduate research, and freshman seminar courses, and can be filtered by subgroups.

Operational Dashboards

Enrollment by Academic Plan (login required): This dashboard shows the current number of students active in an academic plan and currently enrolled. It includes pending and declared majors, minors, certificates, and certification areas. It is updated nightly.

Fact Book Public Dashboards

A limited number of public-facing dashboards have been developed as part of the institutional fact book. These include information on the number of graduates, number of students by major, and official census date enrollment figures. These, too, will be updated and expanded as part of the new dashboard development project.

University of Wisconsin Accountability Dashboards

The Office of Policy Analysis and Research (OPAR) at the University of Wisconsin System collects data from UW campuses throughout the year.The data are used, in part, for reporting to internal and external constituents on a number of factors. The following dashboards are based on these data, and most can be filtered by individual campuses to view UW-Parkside data. For more information and a listing all available dashboards, visit the UW System accountability dashboard website.

Access: This set of visualizations includes information on total enrollments and enrollments by subgroups (including race/ethnicity and Pell eligibility), as well as information on where students come from.

Progress and Completion: These visualizations include information on second-year retention, four- and six-year graduation rates, graduation from other campuses, and the number of graduates. Most also include information disaggregated by race/ethnicity and Pell eligibility.

Cost and Efficiency: These visualizations include information on cost of attendance, financial aid, and time and credits to degree.

Faculty and Staff: These visualizations include information on University employees by various categories, such as faculty, instructional academic staff, university staff, and administration. Metrics available at the campus level include employee counts, racial and ethnic diversity, and faculty attrition.

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