Enrollment Data

Enrollment Data contains data collected at the beginning and end of most terms at DSU. This data includes data sets like total headcounts and FTE (full-time equivalency) broken down in various demographics (e.g. gender, age, ethnicity, etc.) as well as comparisons to previous years’ data.

DixieData Enrollment Summary for 2014-19 academic years

Enrollment history by term

Academic year Fall Spring Summer
2011-12 FA 11 third week
FA 11 end of term
SP 12 third week
SP 12 end of term
SU 12 third week
SU 12 end of term
2012-13 FA 12 third week
FA 12 end of term
SP 13 third week
SP 13 end of term
SU 13 third week
SU 13 end of term
2013-14 FA 13 third week
FA 13 end of term
SP 14 third week
SP 14 end of term
SU 14 third week
SU 14 end of term
2014-15 FA 14 third week
FA 14 end of term
SP 15 third week
SP 15 end of term
SU 15 third week
SU 15 end of term
2015-16 FA 15 third week
FA 15 end of term
SP 16 third week
SP 16 end of term
SU 16 third week
SU 16 end of term
2016-17 FA 16 third week
FA 16 end of term
SP 17 third week
SP 17 end of term
SU 17 third week
SU 17 end of term
2017-18 FA 17 third week
FA 17 end of term
SP 18 third week
SP 18 end of term
SU 18 third week
SU 18 end of term

Graduation Data

Graduation looks at the First-time Freshman Cohort for a given fall semester and reports the percentage that successfully complete a program leading to a credential (taking out church and military service, deaths and foreign aid service). DSU’s overall graduation rates by part-time, full-time, ethnicity, index score, college, and department are provided.

Graduation Data

Retention Data

Retention looks at the First-time Freshman Cohort for a given fall semester and reports the percentage that return the following fall semester (taking out church and military service, deaths and foreign aid service). DSU’s overall retention rates by part-time, full-time, ethnicity, index score, college, and department are provided.

Retention Data

Common Data Set

The Common Data Set (CDS) provides information about DSU enrollment, retention, admission, academic offerings, student life, financial aid, instructional faculty, class size, and degrees conferred for an academic year. The Common Data Set (CDS) is a collaborative effort among institutions of higher education and publishers of educational research, with the objective to standardize data definitions and improve the quality of information presented.