Contact

Irene Irudayam

Director of Institutional Research
Academics
(508) 849-3410

Institutional Research & Assessment

The mission of the Office of Institutional Research and Assessment is to support Anna Maria College’s mission, institutional effectiveness, and student success by offering high-
quality research and assessment services to faculty, staff, and students by being a trusted provider of relevant, unbiased institutional information to support decision-makers in planning, policy formulation, resource allocation, and external reporting.

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Common Data Set
IPEDS
Student Right-to-Know

Common Data Set

The Common Data Set is maintained by the Office of Institutional Research & Assessment. Colleges are requested to provide statistics and information for numerous publications, surveys, and general inquiries.

2019-2020 Common Data Set

Section A – General Information

Section B – Enrollment & Persistence

Section C – First-time, First-Year Freshmen Admission

Section D – Transfer Admission

Section E – Academic Offerings & Policies

Section F – Student Life

Section G – Annual Expenses

Section H – Financial Aid

Section I – Instructional Faculty & Class Size

Section J – Degrees Conferred

IPEDS

Each Year Anna Maria College submits twelve IPEDS surveys to The National Center For Education Statistics, U.S. Department of Education. The survey contains information about student demographics, graduation and retention rates, faculty and staff data, and college finances. Summary-level data may be obtained by visiting the IPEDS College Navigator website. Please contact IR if you need additional information regarding the Anna Maria’s IPEDS survey.

Student Right-to-Know

RETENTION RATES
A total of 65.00% degree-seeking undergraduate students who entered Anna Maria College as freshmen in Fall 2018 re-enrolled in Fall 2019.
GENDER
At almost a 50:50 ratio, there were a total of 714 male and 687 female undergraduate & graduate students enrolled in 2019.
ETHNICITY

In 2019, the ethnicity rates amongst students were:

27

   Non-Residential Aliens

132

   Hispanic/Latino

156

   Black/African American

669

   White, non-Hispanic

6

   American Indian/Alaskan

17

   Asian

17

   Two or more races

103

   Unknown Race/Ethnicity