Explore current reports, data, and information concerning the life and work at Drake.
In April 2020, students were asked to participate in a survey regarding their experiences with COVID-19 and the rapid transition to online instruction due to the coronavirus pandemic. The results of that survey have been combined into an easy to follow presentation.
Presentation of COVID-19 Student Survey Highlights located at the bottom of the page.
Graphs and tables containing key, but limited, information on Drake, broken down at the university and undergraduate levels.
The office of Academic Excellence and Student Success, along with the Office of Institutional Research and Assessment collaborated on the following information regarding retention at Drake
Archived reports, data, and information concerning the life and work at Drake.
During the 2019 university learning symposium, the Office of Institutional Research & Assessment held a break-out session entitled, "Today's Drake Student, Using What We Know." The slides from the presentation can be accessed here.
The team engaged participants in a discussion around degree trends, curricular complexity, and changing demographics.
A list of the collective ideas around Lessons Learned and Key Questions Regarding Change Facing Drake can be found here.
During the 2017-2018 academic year, the Office of Institutional Research & Assessment has held two Data to Action Workshops aimed at turning data into more meaningful action steps and inviting the campus to think about ways that they can use the data.
The first Data to Action Workshop, entitled First Year Experience, was held on September 28, 2017.
The second Data to Action Workshop focused on Diversity and Inclusion and was held on February 26, 2018.
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