Institutional Reporting

Institutional Reporting

Institutional Reporting

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For: Faculty, Staff, Students

Access: See details below

What Do I Get? 

This service provides access to data used for assessment, state and federal reporting, publications and other official reports.  

Why Do I Want It? 

Review data on student enrollment, retention and graduation, as well as information about financial awards, cost of attendance, accreditations and more, to gauge institutional performance.
 

Who Can Get It?

This service is available to faculty, staff and students, though access varies by report type.

How Do I Request It?

For routine reports, no request is required.

To request a custom report, please submit a request using the ASA Request Form in the IRT Support Portal.

How Can I Access It?

Custom reports will be shared on an individual basis.

Current Reports

10th Day Snapshot

The University pulls data on the 10th day of the fall and spring semesters to provide a snapshot of student enrollment.

Visit the University's Cognos Dashboard to view all 10th Day Snapshots. Please note that access to the dashboard requires a Cognos account. If you do not have access to Cognos, please email cognos-administrators@rowan.edu to request an account.

To access Cognos from off-campus, you must log in to a virtual desktop or connect to the Rowan VPN

College Affordability & Transparency Center

The U.S. Department of Education designed the College Affordability and Transparency Center to provide better information to parents and students about college costs. The center allows users to compare college tuition and fees, net price and other characteristics.

The following resources are available at the College Affordability and Transparency Center:

Common Data Set

The Common Data Set provides answers to frequently asked questions that are used by outside publications like College Board, Peterson's and U.S. News & World Report to report statistics on colleges and universities. The Common Data Set is a collaborative effort aimed at improving the quality and accuracy of information about higher education institutions in the United States.

The figures in the Common Data Set represent a snapshot of data taken on the 10th day of the fall semester.

View Rowan University's 2019 Common Data Set.

Institutional Census/Rowan Resource Book

We compile University statistics used for assessment, state and federal reporting, publications and other official reports. These statistics are recorded on the 10th day of the fall semester.

These detailed reports include information about enrollment headcount, freshman statistics, graduation, retention, degrees conferred, personnel, student demographics, cost of attendance, accreditations and more.

View the Rowan University institutional resource book in Cognos.

Please note that access to the institutional resource book requires a Cognos account. If you do not have access to Cognos, please email cognos-administrators@rowan.edu to request an account.

To access Cognos from off-campus, you must log in to a virtual desktop or connect to the Rowan VPN

N.J. College Student and Parent Consumer Information Act

The New Jersey College Student and Parent Consumer Information Act (P.L. 2009, Chapter 197) requires that each New Jersey four-year public college and university prepare and make available to the public an annual report. The purpose of the Act is “to maximize the awareness of students and their families of the costs associated with enrollment in the institution, the institution’s success in ensuring the graduation of its students, and the composition of the teaching faculty that a student will encounter." Each institution is required to display on its website "comprehensive information on the cost of attendance, the graduation rates of admitted students, and the faculty of the institution." The information here contains the data elements required of Rowan University, as determined by New Jersey Higher Education.

View Rowan University's 2019 NJ College Student and Parent Consumer Information Act Report.

Comparative information for Rowan, as well as the other New Jersey four-year public institutions of higher education, are available on the state's higher education website.
 

Special Publications

In addition to the institutional reporting conducted on a regular basis, we also develop special publications on a variety of high-level topics.

How Do I Get Help With It After I Have It?

If you have any questions, please contact the Technology Support Center at 856-256-4400.  You can also submit a request in the IRT Support Portal.