Data & Reports

The Office of the Provost collects, analyzes, and reports on a wide range of institutional data.

  • Campus Data Portal
  • Data Digest: Comprehensive quantitative information about various aspects of the university, including students, faculty, and budget.
  • ProView: Aggregate reports of financial, FTE, and enrollment data, as collected from various University-wide data warehouses. Can be viewed by college, department, and fund (according to authorization). See the Office of the Provost Web Applications page for more information.
  • Board of Regents Information: Information about governance reports to the Board of Regents, State of Iowa, including a searchable database of items considered by the Board since 2000.
  • Common Data Set: The Common Data Set is a survey completed by many participating higher education data providers and used by various college guides. See the Common Data Set Initiative page for more information.
  • Departmental Faculty Salary Reports: Annual report of faculty salaries by department, rank, and appointment type, for full-time tenured and tenure track faculty on the University payroll as of November 1. 
  • IPEDS (Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System) Data Feedback Reports: A report on data submitted to IPEDS, as compared to selected peers.
  • Tenure Report Tables: Data tables that accompany the university's annual tenure report to the Board of Regents, State of Iowa.
  • Office of the Provost Web Applications: The Office of the Provost maintains several web-based applications for collecting and disseminating institutional data. 
  • Strategic Plan Progress Report
  • Task Force Reports: Information about task forces appointed by the provost over the past several years, including their final reports.
  • University of Iowa Peer / Comparison Groups: Information about the peer and related institutions against which the University benchmarks itself.
  • Academic Performance Solutions: The University of Iowa is participating in the Education Advisory Board (EAB) Academic Performance Solutions (APS), a membership service through which member institutional data is extracted, validated, and re-aggregated in order to construct analytical reports and dashboards related to critical cost, capacity, enrollment, and student outcomes metrics. The service also provides benchmarks across participating peer institutions.