Welcome to our new self-service interactive data page! In addition to providing our standard static reports, we now offer the ability to drill-down further into the data. Each dashboard below includes a collection of charts on the respective topic. The buttons at the top of the dashboard allow you to select the metrics and the filters on the left side provide drill-down options.
Interactive Admissions Data
Undergraduate Admissions Data Dashboard:
Graduate Admissions Data Dashboard:
Interactive Enrollment Data
Interactive Retention & Graduation Data
Interactive Degree Data
Dashboard data represents figures as of the fall census date, October 15 of each year.
Adjusted Cohort Size
Adj. cohort size is the initial number of students, adjusted for student mortality.
The fall term for entering students in the first time in college, full time cohort. Students starting in the summer term just prior to the fall term are included in this group. Students are tracked using their entering cohort term.
Indicates enrollment level as of census date in the first term. Full-time indicates the student was enrolled in 12 or more credits. Part-time indicates the student was enrolled in less than 12 credits.
The college the student was enrolled in at census date of their first term.
First-Term Major Group
Groups students by their first term major; (a) a declared major, (b) an Explorations major, and/or (c)an undeclared major that is not in Explorations.
First-Term STEM Field
Indicates whether student had a declared STEM major at census date of their first term (Y = STEM/N = not STEM or Undeclared).
First-Time, Full-Time Cohort
New incoming students, who are entering college for the first-time, taking at least 12 credits.
First Generation Status
Consistent with the University of Maine system definition, which is used in the annual report to the Maine Legislature, first generation status is defined as neither parent has earned a bachelor’s degree.
Percent of students who entered in fall cohort who graduated within 4, 5, or 6 years of initial fall enrollment.
Creates a dichotomy using tuition residency. In-State represents students with an In-State tuition rate, and Out-of-State represents all other tuition residencies (Out-of-State, NEBHE, Online, Canadian, and International). This is a condensed version of the variable Residency.
Defined using tuition residency. In-State represents students with an In-State tuition rate, International includes students with International or Canadian tuition rates, and Out-of-State includes all other tuition residencies (Out-of-State, NEBHE (New England Board of Higher Education Regional Rate), and Online).
Percent of students who entered in fall cohort who were still enrolled the next fall term.