Internal Planning Support

NOTE: Content listed below is only available while on campus or via VPN.

The information provided here is intended to support the planning and decision-making of the institution as a whole as well as individual programs and departments. This information has been provided for the purposes of conducting College business and is intended for internal use only.

Four-Week Report

The Four-Week Report captures the official enrollment statistics for the College at a consistent time each fall and spring semester. The following enrollment figures for each semester can be located in the Four-Week Report:  Full and part-time status, residency, ethnicity, citizenship, class, gender, major and minor totals, and cohort numbers and retention. To request copies of earlier Four-Week Reports, please contact Betty Rider.

Note: Reports are only available on campus or through VPN.

Student Engagement (NSSE)

The National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) annually collects information at hundreds of four-year colleges and universities about student participation in programs and activities that institutions provide for their learning and personal development. The NSSE (pronounced “nessie”) results provide an estimate of how undergraduates spend their time and what they gain from attending college. Elizabethtown College participates in NSSE every 3 years.

NOTE: Surveys are only available on-campus or through VPN.

Senior Survey

The Senior Survey is an opportunity for graduating seniors to report their signature activities during college and provide feedback on various aspects of their college experience. The survey also provides an initial look at post-graduation plans. It is conducted electronically in the month prior to May Commencement. Feedback from this survey is shared with appropriate departments and offices on campus to strengthen existing programs.

NOTE: Surveys are only available on-campus or through VPN.

Departmental Level Data

Departmental data assists academic departments in their decision-making. Additional information will be added when available, but if there is something particular that you are looking for, please contact Deb Sheesley.

Note: Reports are only available on-campus or through VPN.

Admissions Profiles

The Annual Admission Profile provides a portrait of the traditional cohort of incoming undergraduate students.

Note: Reports are only available on-campus or through VPN.

Annual Fact Book

Starting with the 2012-13 AY, the data previously published in the Annual Fact Book was converted to an electronic format and is available on the Institutional Research website. For easy historical comparison, four years of archived Fact Books are provided here. The High Library maintains copies of all Fact Books.

Note: Reports are only available on-campus or through VPN.