College of Staten Island Institutional Profile

The Institutional Profile of the College of Staten Island provides a current and historical overview of the College community. The presentation of data is designed to address frequently asked questions about the College.

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  1. Student Enrollment by Student Level
    1. Student Demographic Profile – Student enrollment by student level and student characteristics (e.g., gender, age, race/ethnicity, residency, matriculation status, etc.).
    2. Map of Enrollment by County – Student enrollment by primary county of residence. 
    3. Admit Type by Degree and Attendance Status – Student enrollment by student level, admission type, full-time/part-time status, and non degree-seeking students.
    4. Degree-Seeking Enrollment – Student enrollment for degree-seeking students by degree sought and class level.
    5. Division/School, Department, and Academic Programs – Student enrollment and full-time equivalent (FTE) counts by CSI Division/School, department, academic program, and degree type.
  2. Student Enrollment Over Time
    1. Overall Enrollment from 1976-Present – Student enrollment by student level from 1976 to the current semester.
    2. Student Demographic Profile, Six-Year Trend – Student enrollment by student level and student characteristics (e.g., gender, age, race/ethnicity, residency, matriculation status, etc.) over a six-year period.
    3. Admit Type by Degree-Seeking Status – Student enrollment by student level, admission type for degree and non degree-seeking students over a six year period.
    4. Division/School, Department, and Academic Programs – Student enrollment and full-time equivalent (FTE) counts by CSI Division/School, department, academic program, and degree type over a six-year period.
  3. Profile of First-time Freshmen
    1. Demographics of First-time Freshmen – First-time freshmen enrollment by student characteristics (e.g., gender, age, race/ethnicity, residency, matriculation status, etc).
    2. College Admission Scores – Profile of first-time freshmen by degree level and students’ college admission score (i.e., SAT scores and college admissions average).
    3. Feeder High Schools – List of feeder high schools.
    4. Initial CUNY Assessment Test Performance – Profile of first-time freshmen by degree and students’ CUNY Assessment Test performance.
  4. Degrees Awarded
    1. Profile of Graduates – Profile of graduates by degree level and student characteristics (e.g., gender, age, race/ethnicity, residency, matriculation status, etc).
    2. Division, Department, and Academic Programs – Number of degrees awarded by Division/School, department, and academic program.
    3. Overall Degrees Awarded from 1977-Present – Number of degrees awarded by degree level from 1976-1977 to the past academic year.
    4. Graduate Demographic Profile, Six-Year Trend – Profile of graduates by degree level and student characteristics (e.g., gender, age, race/ethnicity, residency, matriculation status, etc).
    5. Division, Department, and Academic Programs, Six-Year Trend – Number of degrees awarded by Division/School, department, and academic program over a six-year period.
  5. Faculty and Staff
    1. Faculty and Staff Profile – Profile of faculty and staff by job title, gender, race/ethnicity, and full- and part-time status.
    2. Six-Year Trend of Faculty and Staff by Job Title – Number of full-time equivalent (FTE) faculty and staff by job title over a six-year period.
    3. Faculty and Staff by Department and Job Title – Number and full-time equivalent (FTE) of faculty and staff by department job title.
  6. Ten-Year Retention and Graduation Rates
    1. Full-time, First-time Freshmen in Associate Programs – Institution retention and graduate rates of full-time, first-time freshmen in associate programs by years of entry.
    2. Full-time, First-time Freshmen in Bachelor Programs – Institution retention and graduate rates of full-time, first-time freshmen in bachelor programs by years of entry.
    3. Full-time, Transfers in Associate Programs – Institution retention and graduate rates of full-time, transfers in associate programs by years of entry.
    4. Full-time, Transfers Freshmen in Bachelor Programs – Institution retention and graduate rates of full-time, transfers in associate programs by years of entry.