Internal Daily Dynamic Reports
Internal Daily Student/Course Enrollment and Degrees Reports are on-line self-service tools developed by the Office for Institutional Research (OIR) and Clemson Computing and Information Technology (CCIT) to help campus administrators monitor student and course enrollment and degrees to be awarded for present and future terms. The reports also track registration and graduation status for students enrolled at Clemson in a previous term.
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 at Clemson University and you need access to these reports, please submit a request.
Reports capture characteristics of students enrolled in the current or a future academic term. The reports answer questions such as: How many students are enrolled in a college, department or a major? How many students are enrolled in a particular major (minor) regardless whether the major (minor) is the 1st, 2nd or 3rd major (minor)? What are the demographic mix of enrolled students? Watch the Introduction Video
Reports capture course enrollment in the current or a future academic term. The reports answer questions such as: How many students are enrolled in a course? How many credit hours are generated from courses taught by a department/a college? What are the programs students taking a course enrolled? What is the frequency/average student course load? Watch the Introduction Video
The reports monitor degrees awarded/to be awarded and graduating students for the present and future academic terms. The reports answer questions such as: 1) what are the demographic characteristics of graduating students? 2) What are the primary programs are students graduating from? 3) How many students are graduating in a major regardless whether it is a first major or second major? And 4) how many students are graduating in a minor regardless whether it is a first minor or a second minor? Watch the Introduction Video