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Below you will find pertinent internal data to support institutional decision-making and consumer information.
Presents the most current admissions, enrollment, retention rate and graduation rate data.
The University of Pikeville evaluates success with respect to undergraduate student achievement consistent with its mission. The institution documents successful student achievement in relation to its mission by monitoring several broad measures as well as specific programmatic measures. The institution uses these findings to support and improve student achievement as part of its annual strategic planning process.
This information focuses public awareness on what constitutes quality in the college experience at the University of Pikeville as defined by the National Survey of Student Engagement. It gives prospective students and their families key questions to ask during their campus visits, allowing them to actively consider student engagement during the college choice process.
The NAICU consumer-information initiative U-CAN (University & College Accountability Network) is designed to give, in a common format, prospective students and their families concise, Web-based consumer-friendly information on the nation’s nonprofit, private colleges and universities. U-CAN profiles also include information identified by policymakers as important for accountability.
This information includes the required disclosure to students of disaggregated graduation rate data as well as the employment rates and graduate school/professional education of graduates rates. This also includes the Intercollegiate Athletic Program Participation Rates and Financial Support Data.
This calculator is for first-time, full-time entering freshmen starting Fall 2019. The net price calculator is intended for use by students and families residing in the United States and does not apply to international or transfer students.
The Postsecondary Feedback Reports take a deep look into what happens to Kentucky graduates after they leave college. Each report provides in-depth data by institution about which degrees are pursued, the employment of graduates as well as information about students who go on to pursue advanced degrees, average wages for various degree categories and some insights into what happens to students who leave without a credential and do not continue their education elsewhere.
College Scorecards from the U.S. Department of Education are intended to help students find institutions and compare schools to find one that best suit their needs.
You can compare information about the University of Pikeville with other colleges and universities. College Navigator consists primarily of the latest data from the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS), the core postsecondary education data collection program for NCES – the National Center for Education Statistics.
Presents University trend data regarding general information, students, faculty and staff, budget and finance and alumni. The information is organized into five sections: (1) Historical and General Information, (2) College of Arts and Sciences/Coleman College of Business/Patton College of Education/ Elliott School of Nursing Information, (3) Kentucky College of Optometry, (4) Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine Information and (5) Budget and Financial Information.
The CDS is a set of standards and definitions of data items rather than a survey instrument or set of data represented in a database. Each of the higher education surveys conducted by the participating publishers (e.g., the College Board, Peterson’s, and U.S. News & World Report) incorporates items from the CDS as well as unique items proprietary to each publisher.