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This Week in IPEDS  October 19, 2009

  • NPEC Report on HEOA Released
  • Data Feedback Reports Being Distributed
  • Fall 2008 Data Now Available
  • Survey Data Files Now Available

NPEC Report Released

The National Postsecondary EducationCooperative (NPEC) has released a new report titled: “Information Required toBe Disclosed Under the Higher Education Act of 1965: Suggestions forDissemination.” The purpose of the document is to help colleges anduniversities successfully identify and meet their obligation to discloseinformation as required under the Higher Education Act of 1965 (HEA), asamended by the HEOA. The report can be found here:

Data Feedback Reports Being Distributed

Please be advised that, last week, theelectronic .pdf copies of the Data Feedback Reports were emailed to Keyholdersof Title-IV institutions. These Reports are currently available as downloadable.pdf files on the Executive Peer Tool (ExPT), located at:  The ExPT also offers a variety of figures that were not included in the .pdfreport, and a function where a .pdf version of the report can be produced usingany comparison group.  For assistance with using the ExPT, please contact the IPEDS Data Tools Help Desk, at 1-866-558-0658, or

Fall 2008 Data Now Available in IPEDS Data Center

The Fall 2008 IPEDS data are now available atthe Public Release level in the IPEDS Data Center, located at:  The available data include those from the Institutional Characteristics(Fall 2008), Completions (2007-08), and 12-Month Enrollment (2007-08) surveycomponents.

Survey Data Files Added to Data Center

Downloadable Survey Data Files (zip files) havebeen added to the early release level for  Finance 2007-08, StudentFinancial Aid 2007-08, Graduation Rates 150% and 200% cohorts, and Fall Enrollment(2008). These data were reported to IPEDS during the Winter/Spring of 2007-08.

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