Common Data Set (CDS)

The Common Data Set Initiative is an effort among higher educational institutions and the publishers of information about this community such as the College Board, Peterson's, and U.S. News and World Report. This initiative involves the collection of data in a standard format which allows comparisons across institutions. Many of the definitions in the common data are the same as those used by the U.S. Department of Education.

Cooperative Institutional Research Program (CIRP) Freshman Survey

The Cooperative Institutional Research Program (CIRP) Freshman Survey was administered in the past to gather information about expectations of the college experience, secondary school experiences, reasons for attending college, and other issues. Click on the links below for reports on Evergreen CIRP results:

2001 Report (PDF)

01-02 Common Data Set

College Board's Common Data Set for 2001-02

(abridged)

Undergraduate Information

00-01 Common Data Set

College Board's Common Data Set for 2000-01

(abridged)

Undergraduate Information

Assessment Reports

The following are assessment reports prepared by the Office of Institutional Research and Assessment. All of the reports are in PDF format unless otherwise specified; you will need the free Adobe Reader to view and print them.

Alumni Survey Summary 1992-2000

Average Ratings for Common Items


Satisfaction with Evergreen's Contribution to Academic and Personal Growth (1=Not at all satisfied, 5=Very satisfied)
1992 (N=334)
1994 (N=283)
1996 (N=394)
1998 (N=318)
2000  (N=348)
Learning independently
4.61 
4.60

Washington State Accountability

Statewide Public 4-Year Higher Education Dashboard is provided by the State of Washington Office of Financial Management's Education Research and Data Center, as mandated by new legislation (E2SHB 1795) passed by the legislature in spring 2011.

Partnership for Native Student Success

Grants Awarded to Increase College Readiness and Postsecondary School Success among Native Students

Nearly $1 Million given by Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the National Science Foundation and the Lumina Foundation to Support Partnership for Native Student Success at Muckleshoot Tribal College.

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