Data Reports

Fact Files

The Fact Files contain a series of reports about student characteristics, enrollment, retention, persistence, and graduation. Please contact us via e-mail (ir@gonzaga.edu) if you have any questions.

Outcomes:

Financial:

Enrollment:

Law School Outcomes:

Additional at-a-glance information can be found on the Gonzaga Facts & Figures web page or in the Gonzaga University Factbook.

Official and External Reporting

Gonzaga University reports official data on enrollment and other student success measures to several external organizations, including the U.S. Department of Education.

Reporting Calendar: The Reporting Calendar provides a report view list of and timelines for all the external surveys completed by the IR Office.

IPEDS: The Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) is the U.S. Department of Education's public data collection system for institutional-level data. You can find historical information about Gonzaga's enrollment, financial aid, finance, human resources, and graduation rates, as well as comparison data for other institutions. This information is available to the public and is used to create consumer information tools such as College Navigator. If you need assistance navigating in IPEDS, please contact us at ir@gonzaga.edu.

Common Data Set: The Common Data Set Initiative is a collaborative effort between publishers and higher education institutions. The CDS contains data on enrollment, financial aid, finance, human resources, and graduation rates. Please contact us via e-mail (ir@gonzaga.edu) if you need assistance with Common Data Set publications.

National Rankings: Gonzaga University is highly ranked in several higher education rankings publications, such as U.S. News & World Report. See our list of Rankings.

Surveys

Gonzaga University participates in a number of student, alumni, and faculty surveys, including those listed below. Data and reports may be available; please e-mail a request to the IR Office: ir@gonzaga.edu. The following links take you to the external websites for these surveys:

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