The Student Profile is OSU's fact book. It contains various statistical breakdowns of the current student body, past enrollment trends,
retention and graduation rates,degrees granted, and projections of future enrollment.
Contains a five year history of student, faculty, research, and financial information,
as well as tuition/mandatory fee rates. The information is available at the university,
college, and department levels.
Provides an academic and demographic breakdown of first year retention rates and 4-year
and 6-year graduation rates for the first-year, full-time freshman cohorts. Data is
available for Fall 2008-Fall 2018.
Provides an academic and demographic breakdown of retention and graduation rates of
new freshmen and transfer students who were still enrolled at the end of their second
year. Data is available for Fall 2008-Fall 2017.
The Course Enrollment Summary provides addition demographic and academic data by college,
course subject, and course number. Security is not limited to course instructors.
The purpose of the Course Roster + is to provide additional demographic and academic
data on a course's registered students to any course meeting instructor. In order
to protect the privacy of student data, only classes with 5 or more students are available
with this report. The report is only open to faculty listed as an instructor for the
course in Banner.
This report provides a course grade distribution and D/F/W rates based on course instructor,
ACT composite score ranges, high school core GPA ranges, instruction method, course
size and level, general education attributes, student gender, reported race, first
generation status, and admission type. Fall, spring and summer terms are available
beginning with Fall 2016.
This report provides the number of students moving in and out of an academic program
for a selected term. When selecting a term and specific academic program, the report
will show the previous term academic program and next term academic program, if a
change occurred, and the number of students making that program change.
This report provides the average hours taken to earn an undergraduate degree at OSU.
Hours can be broken down into hour type (concurrent, transfer, OSU, etc.). This report
includes undergraduate degree recipients who have earned only one degree at OSU.
This report provides degree program information for transfer student by transfer feeder
institutions. It also compares OSU transfer enrollment to the Oklahoma State Regents
for Higher Education preliminary enrollment numbers for all Oklahoma institutions.
This report provides a ten year trend of headcount, student credit hours, degrees
granted, retention/graduation rates, and faculty, sponsored, and foundation information
for the College of Human Sciences.