The Databooks (below) include the following information for main campus instruction at census and end-of-term: Career, College, Primary Degree-Seeking Plan and Subplan, Student Level, Admit Type, Residency, Citizenship, Credit Load, Average GPA, Gender, Ethnicity, Average Age, Athletics, and Home State.

Fall Databook
Spring Databook

Fall Enrollment since 1965 (click to open file) 


     Student FTE Report

Corresponding to CDHE standards, the FTE Report includes enrollment, credit hours, and FTE by Career and Residency.
Also see residency detail since 1993 for the fall terms.

     Enrollment per Major

Enrollment per Major (Fall term 2010+)
Enrollment per Major (Fall terms 1993 - 2009)
Gender and Ethnicity by Major

     Credit Hours Taught

Fall Census by College and Subject
Spring Census by College and Subject
End of Term (all terms) by College and Subject
Fiscal Year with Course Level
Extended Studies Credit Hours
Session Credit Hours at End of Term (new)
Instruction Mode Credit Hours at End of Term (new)
Credit Hours Taught by Faculty Type:
          Fall 2011
          Fall 2012 
          Fall 2013

     Financial Aid

Fall 2010 Students in Aid Year 2010-2011
Fall 2011 Undergrads in Aid Year 2011-2012
Fall 2012 Enrolled Students in Aid Year 2012-2013
Student Loan Default Rates or online search tool (use OPE-ID 004509):
      2007-2009 (2 yr) 
      2008-2010 (2 yr)
      2009-2011 (2 yr)
      2009-2010 (3 yr)
2009-2011 (3 yr)

     Graduation Rates & Degrees Conferred

Graduation Rates
      Expanded Graduation Rates: Cohort 2006
      Cumulative Graduation Rates by Year (from 4yrs to 10 yrs) per Cohort
Degrees Conferred per College
Degrees Conferred per Major
Degrees Conferred per Term

   Online Education

              Students Taking Online Credit Hours:
                          Fall Term:  2013 | 2014 |

   Persistence & Retention

Freshmen Retention Rates Bar Chart since 1993
              Cohort Year:  2010 | 2011 | 2012 | 2013

    Additional Reports

A-Z List of Reports
Licensure Exam Pass Rates