News and Announcements
August 28, 2023
The Office for Institutional Research would like to welcome Rick Loveday to our staff as a Senior Research Analyst. Rick received a BA in English and later a graduate certificate in Public Administration from Clemson. Rick joins us from Intelisys (a private company in Greenville) as a Senior Data Analyst, but he worked as a Data Analyst in University Development at Clemson for 5 years previously. In his new role, Rick is going to serve as Clemson University’s census data reporting officer. He is also going to help improve the processes to better serve the data and analytics needs of the University.
November 11, 2022
The Office for Institutional Research would like to welcome Jennifer J. Fox to the position of Lead Statistician. Jennifer is joining us from Shasta College in Redding, CA. She has been in the field of Institutional Research for 18 years. She has a MS degree in Management and Leadership from Western Governors University in Salt Lake City, UT and a BA in Mathematics from Simpson College in Redding, CA. In her new role at Clemson, Jennifer will be focusing on conducting research and analysis on student success and engagement.
The Office for Institutional Research created new Tableau reports to monitor and benchmark student and course registrations, student registration and graduation status.
June 22, 2020
New online self-service tools have been developed by the Office for Institutional Research (OIR) and Clemson Computing and Information Technology (CCIT) to help campus administrators monitor/benchmark student/course registrations and student registration and graduation status. At a time of crisis caused by COVID-19, it has become even more important for enrollment, financial planning and management to monitor these circumstances. Additional tools have also been developed to provide information about students who have not registered for fall 2020. These functions will help facilitate student service personnel with their outreach effort to improve student retention and success.
The reports are available to senior administrators, enrollment management teams, deans/associate deans and department chairs. Other faculty or staff members at Clemson University can also have access. Please go to this link for instructions: https://www.clemson.edu/institutional-effectiveness/oir/data-reports/
Juan Xu and Joe McLaughlin presented the new reports at the “Analytics Day” virtual conference on June 11, 2020. The conference was organized by Appalachian State University and attended by over 500 Institutional Research, Institutional Effectiveness and Analytics professionals across the United States.
The Office for Institutional Research collaborated with CCIT to create the Student Enrollment Reports, which help monitor student enrollment on a daily basis.
May 15, 2019
Internal Daily Student Enrollment Reports are an online self-service tool developed by the Office for Institutional Research (OIR) and Clemson Computing and Information Technology (CCIT) to help campus administrators monitor student enrollment for present and future terms.
Data are refreshed on a daily basis and are subject to change. The reports are intended for internal planning and informational purposes only and are not to be used for any external or official reporting. The reports are available to senior administrators, enrollment management teams, deans/associate deans and department chairs. A Clemson login is required. If you are a faculty or staff member at Clemson University, and you need access to these reports, please submit a request.
Jan 28, 2019
The Clemson IR team made great contributions at the South Carolina Association for Institutional Research conference in Greenville, SC, January 28th-29th, 2019. Three presentations were made at the conference: Ronnie and Nancy hosted the Newcomer’s orientation session and presented “Survival Skills for Institutional Research”. Melissa Welborn made a presentation on “Instructional Faculty: IPEDS and Beyond”. Juan, Joe, Melissa and Ronnie shared with colleagues about their experiences with “Clemson’s Interactive Fact Book”. All presentations were well received among colleagues working at South Carolina colleges and universities.
New Interactive Factbook has a wealth of data!
March 1, 2018
The Office of Institutional Research would like to introduce our new Interactive Factbook which provides improved data visualization.
New features include Graduation and Retention data, more historical trend information, as well as filters which allow viewers to customize views.
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