The semester profiles are one-page snapshots of select enrollment, demographic, and department figures. They are published in February (fall) and September (spring) of each year:
The BCC Data Bulletin is a new report containing data on important enrollment, demographic, and outcomes trends. The bulletin also contains comparisons on enrollment, retention and graduation rates with BCC’s sister CUNY institutions.
|Faculty and Staff Trends
Three-Year Comparison of CUNY Workforce Demographics depicts changes in the workforce of The City University of New York. Produced annually data in this report are presented by race/ethnicity and gender for full-time staff. The report shows the composition of the workforce as of November of each year.
Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) is a collection of surveys administered annually by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), part of the U.S Department of Education. All higher education institutions receiving federal aid must respond to IPEDS surveys, which cover topics such as enrollment, finances, financial aid, completions, and human resources. The following link contains a link to the latest IPEDS Data Feedback Report.
The U.S Department of Education’s College Scorecard site provide a wealth of information comparing colleges: their fields of study, costs, admissions, results, and more. In addition, the site also has median earnings of graduates by field of study, for individuals who were federally aided, were working, and were not enrolled in school as of the measurement point. Earnings were measured based on wages and deferred compensation reported to the IRS.