Research, Publications & Presentations
Reports from the 2013 administration
Reports from the 2012 administration
Report from the 2011 administration
Reports from the 2009 administration
Report from the 2008 Administration
- 2008 Results report [download report]
What happened to the 7000 admitted freshmen who didn't enroll this fall? : An analysis of the Fall 2013 Admit-Not Enrolled Freshman Cohort
This report examines enrollment decisions of the Fall 2013 cohort of applicants who were admitted to UIC, but did not enroll at UIC using National Student Clearinghouse Student Tracker data. Findings for a selected subpopulations of admitted students are also provided. (UIC Login Required)
Using Multiple Approaches to Understand Why Students Don't Continue at UIC: A Report on the Students who didn't return for Fall 2013
This report examines two facets of the fall 2013 'eligible but not enrolled' population. These are undergraduate students who did not continue at UIC, although they were academically eligible. First, we report on fall enrollment at other institutions using the National Student Clearinghouse (NSC) Student Tracker data. Second, we administered a brief survey of these students to seek better information on the factors that contribute to a not enroll decision. (UIC Login Required)
A Review of UIC's Transition Year to the Common Application
UIC joined the Common Application (CA) consortium for the Fall 2013 application cycle. This report documents the transition to the CA as the tool for processing undergraduate applications. The document shares information and lessons learned during the fall 2013 application cycle. While the numbers reported in the document reflect final application numbers, it was initially drafted in the midst of the application cycle and was written in terms of the process. The report served to complement and add to the 2013 weekly application cycle reports distributed by AES. [download report] (UIC Login Required)
Advising Matters: An examination of how students use and value advising resources at UIC.
Advising Matters is a multi-year study of how UIC undergraduates use and value advising resources on campus. The study is on-going, but a series of reports and presentations have been prepared on data gathered thus far.
The Graduate College Entering Student Survey
The Graduate College Entering Student Survey is collaboration between the Graduate College and Academic and Enrollment Services. The survey is administered to newly enrolled graduate students. The reports on the GESS are available at the links below.
College Student Experience Questionnaire (CSEQ) is a survey of enrolled students. The survey has been administered by Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and the Office of Vice Provost for Academic & Enrollment Services in alternating years since 2004.
During the spring of 2004, approximately 400 UIC students participated in the College Student Experience Questionnaire (CSEQ). This included about 170 freshmen. This report is an update on the status of those students four years later.
The full reports on CSEQ administration are available on the Student Affairs Research and Assessment website.
Pathways to Success for African American Males at UIC
The Pathways study, funded by the Office of the Provost, was collaboration among the College of Education, the Office of Degree Progress and the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs. The goal of the study was to examine the Pathways to Success for African American male students who navigated the academic and social systems at UIC to approach degree completion in a timely manner.
Examination of a Graduation Cohort as a Tool for Understanding Undergraduate Progress to Degree, presented at the Association for Institutional Research Annual Forum, Spring 2012 [download report]
Defining Promise: Optional Standard- ized Testing Policies in American College and University Admissions. (NACAC Report)
The report, written by William Hiss is a comprehensive effort to assess student outcomes in test- optional admission settings, is a project in keeping with the recommendations of NACAC's Commission on the Use of Standardized Admission Tests in Undergraduate Admission. [download report]