Student Success Dashboard Overview

This article contains an overview of the Student Success dashboard including:  important information about the reports,  available reports, and report defaults.

This user guide assumes basic knowledge of Data Warehouse. View the Data Warehouse Basics guides for more information.

Important Information About These Reports

The Student Success reports allow users to view graduation rates for cohorts of first-time full-time freshmen and new undergraduate transfers. Additionally users can view these graduation rates for a specific college, ethnicity, parent education level, underrepresented status, EOP participation, or prior institution type. Detail for each cohort (degree count, enrolled count, and not graduated & not enrolled count) is also available.

If you have any questions about the data that you are viewing on these reports, please contact Institutional Research & Analytical Studies at (657)278-4205 or visit the Institutional Research & Analytical Studies website.

Available Reports

The following reports are currently available for the Student Success dashboard:

  • Cohort Comparison: The Cohort Comparison report shows charts and tables with a comparison of cohorts from fall 2004  present on values such as initial cohort size, degree count, % graduated, enrolled count, % enrolled & not graduated, not graduated & not enrolled count, and % not graduated & not enrolled. Users can choose to see this information for first-time full-time freshman cohorts or for new undergraduate transfer cohorts.

 

  • Cohort Comparison - College: The Cohort Comparison - College report shows charts and tables with a comparison of cohorts from fall 2004  present on values such as initial cohort size, degree count, % graduated, enrolled count, % enrolled & not graduated, not graduated & not enrolled count, and % not graduated & not enrolled. These values are broken down by academic college. Users can choose to see this information for first-time full-time freshman cohorts or for new undergraduate transfer cohorts. Users can also specify that they want to see this information for all academic colleges or for a specific college.

 

  • Cohort Comparison - Ethnicity: The Cohort Comparison - Ethnicity report shows charts and tables with a comparison of cohorts from fall 2004  present on values such as initial cohort size, degree count, % graduated, enrolled count, % enrolled & not graduated, not graduated & not enrolled count, and % not graduated & not enrolled. These values are broken down by student ethnicity. Users can choose to see this information for first-time full-time freshman cohorts or for new undergraduate transfer cohorts. Users can also specify that they want to see this information for all ethnicities or a specific ethnicity.

 

  • Cohort Comparison - Parent Education: The Cohort Comparison - Parent Education report shows charts and tables with a comparison of cohorts from fall 2004  present on values such as initial cohort size, degree count, % graduated, enrolled count, % enrolled & not graduated, not graduated & not enrolled count, and % not graduated & not enrolled. These values are broken down by level of parent education. Users can choose to see this information for first-time full-time freshman cohorts or for new undergraduate transfer cohorts. Users can also specify that they want to see this information for all levels of parent education or for a specific level of parent education.

 

  • First-Time Freshman Cohorts - Detail: The First-Time Freshman Cohorts - Detail report shows charts and tables with a comparison of cohorts from fall 2004  present on values such as college, size, degree count, % graduated, enrolled count (current term), % enrolled & not graduated, not graduated & not enrolled count, and % not graduated & not enrolled. Users can specify for which cohorts they wish to see this information and to view numbers by college (latest), college (entry), gender, ethnicity, underrepresented status, prior institution type, parent education level, EOP participation, or Freshman Programs participation.

 

  • New Transfer Cohorts - Detail: The New Transfer Cohorts - Detail report shows charts and tables with a comparison of  new undergraduate transfer student cohorts from fall 2004  present on values such as college, size, degree count, % graduated, enrolled count (current term), % enrolled & not graduated, not graduated & not enrolled count, and % not graduated & not enrolled. Users can specify for which cohorts they wish to see this information and to view numbers by college (latest), gender, ethnicity, underrepresented status, prior institution type, parent education level, college (entry), cohort summary, EOP Participation, or full-time/part-time status for their first term.

 

  •  2-Dimensional Detail: The 2-Dimensional Detail report shows charts and tables with a comparison of cohorts from fall 2004  present on values such as initial cohort size, degree count, % graduated, enrolled count, % enrolled & not graduated, not graduated & not enrolled count, and % not graduated & not enrolled. Users can choose to see this information for first-time full-time freshman cohorts or for new undergraduate transfer cohorts. Users can also specify two dimensions on which to view the data from among the following: cohort summary, gender, ethnicity, underrepresented status, prior institution type, parent education, college (latest), college (entry), EOP participation, and Freshman Programs participation.

 

  • Student Search: The Student Search report allows users to enter the Campus-Wide ID (CWID) of one or more students to view detail information on those students including name, cohort, initial enrollment type, last enrolled term, degree term (if graduated), email, phone number, cell phone number, major at entry, major (latest), gender, ethnicity, underrepresented status, parent education level, units earned, units attempted (current term), units attempted (future term) group qual, cumulative GPA, degree candidate term, degree checkout consideration term & status, academic standing, EOP participation, freshman programs participation, degree audit program, degree audit run date and degree audit status.

Report Defaults

  • Cohort Comparison: By default, the Cohort Comparison report will show data for first-time full-time freshman from Fall 2004 - present.
  • Cohort Comparison - College: By default, the Cohort Comparison - College report will show data for first-time full-time freshman from Fall 2004 - present.
  • Cohort Comparison - Ethnicity: By default, the Cohort Comparison - Ethnicity report will show data for first-time full-time freshman from Fall 2004 - present.
  • Cohort Comparison - Parent Education: By default, the Cohort Comparison - Parent Education report will show data for first-time full-time freshman from Fall 2004 - present.
  • First-Time Freshman Cohorts - Detail: By default, the First-Time Freshman Cohorts - Detail report will show data for first-time full-time freshman from Fall 2006 - Fall 2011 organized by the the academic college that the student’s major is  currently in. 
  • New Transfer Cohorts - Detail: By default, the New Transfer Cohorts - Detail report will show data for new transfer students from Fall 2006 - Fall 2011 organized by the the academic college that the student’s major is currently in.
  •  2-Dimensional Detail: By default, the 2-Dimensional Detail report will show data for fall cohorts of first-time freshmen from fall 2006 - fall 2011 by ethnicity and gender.
  • Student Search: By default, there will be no results shown. You will have to select a student or students to see any results.

Need More Help?

For questions about the data that you are viewing on these reports, please contact Institutional Research & Analytical Studies at (657)278-4205.

For technical assistance with the Data Warehouse, please contact the IT Help Desk at helpdesk@fullerton.edu or 657-278-7777.

For questions about getting access to the Data Warehouse or how to use the reports, please contact IT Training at ittraining@fullerton.edu or 657-278-5647.