This document describes the changes to the 2009-10 IPEDS data collection.
Information and instructions on creating a custom comparison group of schools that can be used as part of an institution's 2009 IPEDS Data Feedback Report.
A training video is now available for NCES' new IPEDS Data Center.
The IPEDS Data Center is a "one-stop-shop" for retrieving IPEDS data. It replaces the Peer Analysis System (PAS) and Dataset Cutting Tool (DCT), but maintains all of the functionality of those tools. It also has new features to improve users' experiences and serves as an entry point to the Executive Peer Tool (ExPT) and IPEDS Data Analysis System (DAS).
Please note: This document was revised on 3/31/09. An additional table for Student Financial Aid, calculation of net price by income categories, was added.
The following changes are being requested from the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), to be effective beginning with the 2009-10 IPEDS data collection. There are two types of changes:
Although the Human Resources (HR) survey will close to Keyholders after Jan. 21, the Enrollment (EF) and Finance (F) surveys will remain open continuously through the period between the winter and spring collections, and (of course) during the spring collection.
As a result of the recent passage of Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008, NCES will make changes to the IPEDS data collection for 2008-09, to comply with the legislated mandate to display these items on College Navigator by August 2009.
Changes are being requested from the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), to be effective beginning with the 2008-09 IPEDS data collection. This an updated version of the original changes dated January 29, 2008.
Changes are being requested from the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), to be effective beginning with the 2008-09 IPEDS data collection.
On October 19, 2007, the U.S. Department of Education posted to the Federal Register the "Final Guidance on Maintaining, Collecting and Reporting Data on Race and Ethnicity (R/E) to the U.S. Department of Education."