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Institutional Research

  

The Institutional Research department helps in

  • Collecting, maintaining, and preserving institutional data.
  • Providing data analysis to inform executive decision-making and strategic planning initiatives.
  • Engaging in systematic, continuous, and integrated research activities related to student/applicant, finance, grants and human resources data.
  • Ensuring validity and reliability of the data and research methodologies utilized.
  • Responding to federal and state mandated reporting requirements as well as requests from other external agencies as appropriate.
  • Serving as the official reporting office for the institution.
  • Facilitating program review and institutional assessment activities.
  • Supporting regional and professional accreditation activities.
  • Providing expertise in research methods and other higher education issues.


As implied by the mission statement and the activities listed, OIR has access to a wide variety of data elements from multiple systems of record. The data are considered as an institutional asset and as such are provided to faculty/staff with a legitimate need in accordance with the Code of Ethics and Professional Practice of the Association for Institutional Research, the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and the Texas A&M International University Administrative Data Governance Policy.

 

Texas A&M International University Fall Quick Facts:

Download Quick Facts Fall 2021 (PDF)

8,455 students enrolled. Enrollment consisted of 5,282 full time students, 1,608 part time students, and 1,565 graduate students.

1,139 students are full-time first time in college (FTIC) students.

Fall 2021 has a 74% retention rate of full-time FTIC students who enrolled in Fall 2021.

Students by classification: 1,138 freshmen, 1,189 sophomores, 1,789 juniors, 2,774 seniors, and 1,565 graduate students.

Students by gender: 5,223 female students and 3,232 male students

21:1 student-faculty ratio 

1,277 degrees were awarded in the 2020-2021 academic year consisting of 1,277 undergraduate degrees and 576 graduate degrees.

 

Earlier Fact Sheets:

Download Quick Facts Fall 2020

 

Other data references:

U.S. Census Post-Secondary Employment Outcomes [External Link]

This data dashboard is an experimental product from the US Census Bureau containing earning outcomes and employment flows for recent graduates.

 

 

EmpowerU

  

EmpowerU is a Texas A&M System data dashboard. It includes data about the system and each university within the system.

TAMUS EmpowerU

University Performance Accountability Reports

  

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Student Enrollment

  

Fall 2016

Spring 2016

Fall 2015

Spring 2015

Fall 2014

Spring 2014

Fall 2013

Spring 2013

Fall 2012

Spring 2012

Fall 2011

Spring 2011

Fall 2010

Spring 2010

Fall 2009

Spring 2009

Fall 2008

Spring 2008

Fall 2007

Spring 2007

Fall 2006

Student Enrollment - Fall 1995 to Spring 2006

Enrollment Breakdown
Fall 1995 to Summer 1999
Fall 1999 to Summer 2002
Fall 2002 to Summer 2005
Fall 2005 to Fall 2006

Enrollment by College
Fall 1995 to Summer 1999
Fall 1999 to Summer 2001
Fall 2001 to Summer 2003
Fall 2003 to Fall 2006

Enrollment by Degree
Fall 1994 to Spring 2000
Fall 2000 to Spring 2003
Fall 2003 to Summer 2004
Fall 2004 to Summer 2005
Fall 2005 to Summer 2006

 

FTIC Profile

  

FTIC Profile

Faculty

  

Faculty Headcount

Section 51.9745 Faculty Data

  

Faculty Information TAC Section 51.9745

Performance Measures

  

Academic Performance Measures

Stats (Fast Facts)

  

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