Here you’ll find additional reports and tables including the five-year college and departmental profiles with faculty and student data by college and department, and the annual metrics report for colleges and academic departments. Note that the latter of these two reports will require a Virginia Tech userid and password for access.
Winter 2019 enrollment numbers are now
|ETHENRL||Enrollment by Major, Level, Sex, and Race|
|ROLLCALL||Enrollment by Major, Level, and Residency|
|TCHHIST||Individual Faculty Teaching History|
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Five-year college and departmental profiles with faculty, instruction, admissions, and student characteristics data and links to sponsored research. Please be patient while the application loads. If you have questions or problems with the application, please contact email@example.com.
The link below accesses a printable .pdf file of the most recent Metrics Report for Academic Years 2009-10 through 2013-14 and Fiscal Years 2009 through 2014. Please note that there are a few blank pages throughout the report for ease of reading on double-sided printed copies.
Only those with a Virginia Tech (VT) Personal Identification (PID) used to receive campus-wide mail will be able to access the report. If you have questions or problems downloading or printing, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
In past years, the National Science Foundation (NSF) Survey of R&D Expenditures at Universities and Colleges has reported data for some multi-campus institutions at the aggregate level rather than the campus level. Beginning with the FY 2010 Higher Education R&D (HERD) Survey, NSF revised the reporting procedures to require survey responses from each geographically separate institution campus headed by a president or chancellor. The following report contains additional details about the revisions as well as Table C-1 which shows all institutional name changes between the FY09 and FY10 rankings, including the identification of individual campuses contained in previous "all-campus" aggregates.