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Interactive Data Dashboards
Explore enrollment trends across the UNC system, learn more about who our students are and where they come from.
Examine trends in transfer student enrollment, first-year performance, and graduation rates.
View classroom and instructional laboratory usage at multiple levels (rooms and seats, by day and by hour), including comparisons to norms and historical trends.
Freshmen Admissions and Performance
Students, parents, schools and school district officials can see admissions and performance information about high school graduates pursuing degrees at all the universities. Graduation rate information. Peer comparisons, and more.
Research and Development
Explore trends in research and sponsored programs. See award totals for external funding as well as the sources of those funds, and learn about the number of commercial innovations coming out of the University.
With over 200 academic programs across our campuses, UNC students earn degrees in a variety of critical fields. Learn more about degrees awarded over the past ten years, and sort the data by level of degree, field of study and demographics.
Jobs for NC
In partnership with the Department of Commerce's Labor and Economic Analysis Division, UNC tracks employment outcomes of graduates working in the state presented through NC's Tool for Online Workforce and Education Reporting (NC TOWER).
The Educator Quality Dashboard serves as an interactive on-line tool for viewing and analyzing data reflecting our progress towards the goal of augmenting the quantity and quality of public school educators serving our state’s students.
As a public University, UNC is dedicated to the service of North Carolina and its people. Its mission is to discover, create, transmit and apply knowledge to address the needs of individuals and society. Through our graduates, academic degree programs, faculty research, extension programs, health care enterprises, cultural offerings, and outreach and engagement, UNC maintains important connections in all of North Carolina’s 100 counties. University research and innovation are important to our educational mission, but they also help spur and support economic development across the state.