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Institutional Research

As a repository of meaningful information, the Office of Institutional Research collects, analyzes, and converts data into quality, accurate, and unbiased comprehensive facts. In pursuit of the University's mission, we are the official source of institutional data for internal and external constituents to use for planning, policy forming, and strategic decision making. With over forty-thousand students and faculty, the University of Houston is a powerhouse of data. Take a moment to explore the pride below. Hint: Hover over graphics for interactivity.

Pride Origins: Coogs From Across the United States and Texas
Fall 2015



Percent of Students from Out-of-State

Undergraduate (N=629)
Graduate (N=641)

Percent of Students from In-State

Texas UH Undergrads
Texas UH Undergrads

Whose House? Living and Studying in the Houston Metropolitan Area
Fall 2015


All Students

Each heat map represents the density of students living in the area. Deep red shows more density. Light green shows less density. A blue line shows the boundary of each density area.

New Students

Student Classification

Race/Ethnicity

Student Demographics
Fall 2015


Enrollment

* Size shows relative enrollment. Color shows enrollment change from Fall 2011 versus Fall 2015. See Statistical Handbook for college and department details.


Degrees Conferred, Academic Year 2015

First-Time in College Students (FTICs)
Fall 2015


Enrollment

Incoming Test Scores

Undergraduate FTIC Credit Hour Accumulation

Degrees Conferred, Academic Year 2015

Faculty
Fall 2015


*All other faculty include lecturers, adjunct, and visiting faculty.