Compliance Reporting incorporates required data needed to meet federal regulations, reporting requirements, and public disclosures. This reporting also involves the compilation of reporting needs of the University for consistent data submission to a variety of national surveys of higher education.
Twin Cities Campus Factbook
Twin Cities campus responses to the Common Data Set survey from 2000-01 forward.
Student Right To Know Data
The Student Right-To-Know Act required reports on graduation rates and enrollments for full-time, first-time, degree- or certificate-seeking undergraduates and student athletes that have received athletic financial aid.
HEOA - Graduation / Retention Rates by Federal Aid Group
In accordance with the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008, graduation and retention rate reports for new entering full-time freshmen in certain federal aid categories including Pell grants, FFEL, or DL Stafford Loan.
Student Achievement at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
The Higher Learning Commission’s (HLC) requires that certain student achievement data be made available to the public, including retention rates, completion rates, and information about students after graduation.
The Grade Distribution report is produced annually each fall for the previous academic term for all undergraduate students at the Crookston, Morris, Rochester, and Twin Cities campuses.