Graduate enrollment provides professional and advanced education and training essential to an advanced work force. Graduate faculty and students also contribute to the seedbed of intellectual capital associated with growing metropolitan areas. The graduate enrollment KPI shows flat to slightly declining graduate enrollment since 2004.
|University of Nebraska at Omaha||2,895||2,783||2,764||2,750||2,825||2,886||2,832||2,748|
|CUMU Average (10 Institutions)||4,401||4,437||4,492||4,543||4,595||4,656||4,708||4,632|
|3-Campus NU Average||2,870||2,813||2,822||2,892||3,013||3124|
Definitions: Enrolled Graduate and First Professional Students: The total number of graduate and first professional students enrolled based on the fall enrollment survey.
Sources: UNO and CUMU peer institution trend data downloaded from Trends in College Spending online, a service of the Delta Project on Postsecondary Costs, Productivity and Accountability. All Delta Project Data are based on data reported annually by U.S. colleges and universities through the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System. UNO 2010 data updated by UNO Office of Institutional Research using Delta Project methods.