A: To find historical enrolment data by program, click on the link Enrolment (10 Year Historical). Reports are available with options to view the breakdown by Funding Eligibility, Gender and Visa Status.
A: If you are looking for some quick stats, you can get Fall enrolment data in the UWindsor Data Centre under Dashboards > Headcount. This quick reference shows full-time and part-time fall enrolment by year, by Faculty, by Level of Study, by Funding Eligibility and Visa Status. Filters are available to select data by Term, Full-Time and Part-Time status, Academic Career and Academic Level. You can also access the latest Fall Enrolment Summary Report in PDF format using the link: Enrolment Summary.
A: You can access current term enrolment data by contacting the Office of the Registrar.
A: You can access current term application or current grade data by contacting the Office of the Registrar.
A: The Ministry of Colleges and Universities requires universities to post graduation rate data. You can find this information, as well as employment rate and OSAP default rate data in the left menu under Accountability > MCU Key Performance Indicators.
A: The Ministry of Colleges and Universities, in partnership with Ontario universities, uses the Ontario Universities Graduate Survey (OUGS) to gather information on employment outcomes six months and two years after graduation. Administered yearly, graduates of Bachelor and First Professional degree programs are surveyed two years after graduation. Accountability > MCU Key Performance Indicators.
A: Graduation Rates posted to the MCU Performance Indicators page are calculated by the Ministry of Colleges and Universities based on Year 1 students enrolled in programs in (e.g. Fall 2011), who then received a degree during the most current seven year period (e.g. 2011 to 2018). Recent graduation rates by cohort year are available in the UWindsor Data Centre under Dashboards > Retention & Graduation.
A: The Office of Quality Assurance coordinates the Institutional Quality Assurance Process (IQAP) at the University of Windsor.