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The University of Michigan has a wealth of digital data at its disposal. These data are the basic building blocks of reports, analyses, and decision support vital to successful operations.
The Office of Budget and Planning cooperates with other campus offices, such as the Office of the Registrar, Office of Undergraduate Admissions, Financial Aid, Rackham Graduate School, Human Resources, Information Quest, Information and Technology Services, and others, to manage content updates, data definitions, and other data user needs in order to maintain the highest quality data environment possible.
The data quality group meets several times a year.
Contact: Michael Filipiak, email@example.com, 734-763-0378.
AAU Data Exchange (AAUDE)
The University of Michigan is a founding member of the AAU Data Exchange (AAUDE), a public service organization whose purpose is to improve the quality and usability of information about higher education. The group’s membership is comprised primarily of Association of American Universities (AAU) institutions that support this purpose and participate in the exchange of data and information to support decision-making at their institution.
Contact: Michele Matouka, firstname.lastname@example.org, 734-763-9917.
Name of institution: University of Michigan
Year founded: 1817
President: Mark S. Schlissel
Year assumed office: 2014
Source of control: Public (State of Michigan)
Description of campus location
City/State: Ann Arbor, Michigan
Campus area: 3207 acres
Ann Arbor Population: 121,477 (2017 U.S. Census estimate)
44 miles from Detroit (nearest large city)
General telephone number: (734) 764-1817
Student body: Coeducational
Degrees offered: Bachelor’s, Post-bachelor’s certificate, Master’s, Post-master’s certificate, Doctoral, Professional
Number of undergraduate schools/colleges: 12
Number of graduate schools/colleges: 19
Academic year calendar: Trimester (limited summer courses available)
Year first accredited: 1913
Most recent accreditation: 2010
Official letter and statement of accreditation status
2010 reaccreditation self-study reports
Next scheduled evaluation: 2019-2020
Carnegie Classification: Doctoral/Research Universities-Extensive
IPEDS code: 170976
OPE ID: 00232500
ACT code: 2062
CEEB (SAT) code: 1839
FAFSA/Federal School Code: 002325
CSS PROFILE Code: 1839
Definitions and Methods
- Race and Ethnicity
- Pharm.D. Enrollment
- Selecting of U-M Peer Institutions
- Calculation of Fiscal Year Equated Student (FYES)
- Programs Sponsored by Two or More Schools/Colleges
Financial reports published in the Campus Statistics and Budget sections often provide inflation-adjusted values. Since there are multiple inflation indexes available, please pay attention to the particular index used in the chart, table or report.
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