Student Data

Enrollment

Headcount, FTES & Unit Load by College and Student Level

Student headcount, FTES and average unit load by college and major. Data can be disagregated by student type (e.g. new, continuing), student level (e.g. freshmen, senior), and enrollment type (state- vs. self-support).


Course Level FTES by College Year 

FTES generated through course enrollment by college and department/academic unit. Data are separate by lower division, upper division and graduate FTES. Please note that the FTES shown here are at the course level, not at the student level. In other words, FTES in all courses offered by a college/department/academic unit are included regardless of the majors for the students enrolled in the courses.


Unit Load by Level & Gender 

The number of units or unit categories (e.g. more than 15 units) for which students are enrolled in. Data can be disaggregated by a variety of variables – student type (e.g. first time freshmen, transfer), student status (e.g. new, continuing), college, major, gender, ethnicity, parent education, and enrollment type (state- vs. self-support). 


Student Demographics Dashboard

Student enrollment and demographics by college and major. Data can be disaggregated by student level (e.g. freshman, sophomore), gender, ethnicity, full-time/part-time status, parent education, and enrollment type (state- vs. self-support). 

Admission & NEW STUDENTS

Apps -> Admits -> Enrolls 

Number of students who applied to CSUF, admitted and enrolled. Data can be disaggregated by student category (e.g. first-time freshmen, upper division transfer), admission term (e.g. fall 2018), college, and impaction location (local vs. non-local areas).


New Student Snapshots

An overview table of the newly enrolled students by commonly inquired variables such as average age, incoming GPA, full-time/part-time status, gender, ethnicity and the location of last institution attended. Data can be disaggregated by semester, student type (e.g. first-time freshmen, new masters), and enrollment type (e.g. state- vs. self-support). Data from the past ten years are presented.


Feeder Institutions

The institutions of origin (high school, community college) for the new first-time freshmen, undergraduate transfer, and graduate/post baccalaureate students. Data include the number of students enrolled at CSUF from these institutions.

GRADES & ACADEMIC STATUS

Grades 

The average instructional GPA by department/academic unit who offer the courses, broken down by lower-/upper-division and undergraduate/graduate levels. Data can be disaggregated by college, semester and enrollment type (state- vs. self-support).


Academic Status 

The number and percentage of students on various academic status (e.g. good academic standing, probation, and academically disqualified). Data are displayed by student level (e.g. freshmen, sophomore, graduate, transitory). Data can be disaggregated by semester and college.


Repeatable Course Grades by College/Department 

The total enrollment, number of sections, the number and percent of students receiving repeatable grades (C- through F, including WU and NC) for all courses. Data can be disaggregated by semester, college, department and student underrepresented status. Data can also be filtered by the number of course enrollment and the percent of repeatable grades.

academic preparation

Remediation Statistics: Fall 2005 to Spring 2018

The number and percent of students who needed to take English and/or Math courses. Data can be disaggregated by semester, major, gender and ethnicity. Please note that the CSU changed the English and Math placement criteria in fall 2018, hence this dashboard is only applicable through Spring 2018.

Retention & GRADUATION RATES

First-Time Freshman Students
The retention rates (1, 2, 3 year) and graduation rates (4, 5, 6 year) of First-time freshman by entering cohort. Data can be disaggregated by gender, ethnicity, Pell status, and parent education.


Transfer Students
The retention rate (1-year) and graduation rates (2, 3, 4, 5, 6 year) of upper division transfer students by entering cohort. Data can be disaggregated by gender, ethnicity, Pell status, and parent education.

Degrees Awarded

Degrees Awarded by Major

The number of primary degrees awarded by year, degree level (e.g. bachelor, master), and college. Data can be disaggregated by demographic variables such as gender, ethnicity, UR status, Pell recipient status, and first-generation status. Data are included for the past ten years.


Breakdown of Degrees Awarded by Recipient Demographics

The distribution of recipient demographics for degrees awarded by year, degree level (e.g. bachelor, master), and college. Data can be disaggregated by demographic variables such as gender, ethnicity, UR status, Pell recipient status, and first-generation status. Data are included for the past ten years.


Minors Associated with Bachelor's Degrees Awarded

The number of minors awarded by year and college. Data can be disaggregated by demographic variables such as gender, ethnicity, US status, Pell recipient status, and first-generation status. Data are included for the past ten years.


Time to Degree

The average and median years to degree for CSUF graduates. Data can be disaggregated by student entering status (first-time freshmen, transfer), college, and degree year.