Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Data Resources
This page provides links to reports relevant to U-M’s Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DE&I) efforts.
• Office of Budget and Planning DE&I Strategic Plan (10/5/2016)
Home Page • Ch. 7 – Diversity
Enrollment by Race/Ethnicity, Ann Arbor campus (Updated 11/2/16)
Summary report of fall semester enrollment for last five years by degree level, gender and race/ethnicity.
Freshman Class Profile (Updated 11/3/16)
Summary report about new freshman students for the last five years, including data on the race & ethnicity of these students.
Degrees Granted (level and demographics), Ann Arbor campus (Updated 3/24/16)
Summary report for the last five years by degree level and race-ethnicity using two different methods to count student race/ethnicity.
Degrees Granted (major and demographics), Ann Arbor campus (Updated 11/4/16)
Summary report for the last five years by major; degree level; race-ethnicity/citizenship; and gender.
Degrees Granted (CIP area and demographics), Ann Arbor campus (Updated 11/4/16)
Summary report for the last five years by CIP area/degree level/race-ethnicity/citizenship/gender. CIP is Classification of Instructional Programs, a taxonomy developed by the U.S. Department of Education to support accurate tracking and reporting of fields of study and program completions (graduation).
Retention and Graduation Rates Dashboard
Graduation rates at 4, 5 and 6 years after graduation by race/ethnicity for freshman cohorts starting in fall 2003 through 2010.
Faculty Headcount ** (Updated 3/30/16)
Summary report of faculty counts over the past decade by rank, gender, and race/ethnicity.
Staff Headcount ** (Updated 3/28/16)
Summary report for most recent seven years available, by gender, race/ethnicity and job family. Data presented for Ann Arbor campus alone, Health System alone, and the Ann Arbor campus and Health System combined.
** Charts present counts using two different methods. The Federal method counts each individual once and according to a primary race/ethnicity category, whereas the Max Count method counts every race/ethnicity reported by each individual, so the race/ethnicity sum by gender and rank are not likely to equal the corresponding headcount by gender and rank. More on methodologies used to count faculty and staff.
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