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Student Counts

Enrolments (sometimes called FTE's or Full Time Equivalent Enrolments) are counts of students enrolled in courses, and are reported by fiscal year for budgeting purposes. Fiscal year 2015/16 ends April 30, 2016. Degree Plan counts are counts of students enrolled in degree programs, and are usually reported as of Fall each year.

Hands on Training Sessions for Tableau - were well attended in May.

More sessions will be scheduled for early July (especially for incoming Heads) - watch this space, and ArtSci Newsletters too!

Contact Carol if your Department would like your own session!

Compiled by Carol Kavanaugh, carol.kavanaugh@queensu.ca, Senior Research and Planning Analyst, Office of the Dean, x77170.

Additional Reports

The following reports are linked from Tableau reports above - hover over graphs for links to the latest version of each report:

  • Summary Report for ASC Departments - Student Counts by Department, FTE for undergrad, grad and distance teaching, undergraduate and graduate plan counts by plan type, 2 fiscal years.
  • Tableau Variable Names and Definitions - including list of variables that can be explored in Course Enrolments, Degree Plans and Degrees Granted.
  • Summary of Degrees Granted in ASC Concentrations, 2000 - 2015
  • Reports in Excel:
    • Summary Report for ASC Departments
    • Overview of ASC FTE Enrolments, 4 yrs

Reports for Arts and Science Departments

Email Carol Kavanaugh, carol.kavanaugh@queensu.ca to request access to Queen's Active Directory folder \\ad.queensu.ca\asc\Shared\ASCDepts for:

  • Tableau files that may be interacted with directly (including downloading crosstab data to Excel), using (free) Tableau Reader.
  • other information and reports

See also Queen's Tutorials for Accessing Shared Directories.

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