The UNC System provides access to downloadable reports and data tables and interactive data tools. The public display of reports and collected data supports transparency and accountability to NC taxpayers and other stakeholders, and it supports efforts to increase the University’s efficiency and impacts.

TOP 5 MAJORS OF UNC System BACHELOR’S DEGREE GRADUATES IN 2019-20

16%

Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services

11%

Health Professions and Related Programs

7%

Biological and Biomedical Sciences

6%

Social Sciences

6%

Engineering

System-Wide DEGREES CONFERRED IN 2019-20

42,915

Bachelor’s

12,865

Master’s

2,923

Doctoral

60,692

Total

INTERACTIVE DATA DASHBOARDS

The UNC Data Dashboards are interactive reports sourced from an online database that gives students, parents, policymakers, and taxpayers expanded access to detailed system data on selected core measures.

View the dashboards.

REPORTS AND DATA TABLES

The library below contains downloadable information, accessible data tables, and reports made to the Legislature, UNC Board of Governors, and others.

Students

Examine information about students, including: athletics; enrollment trends for freshmen, transfer, and online students; and degrees conferred.

Government Relations

Learn about Federal and State Government Relations’ priorities in funding the University and policy agendas.

Research Activities

Explore trends in research and sponsored programs, including external funding and the number of commercial innovations.

Impact and Outreach

See public higher education’s economic impact and outreach contributions to communities across the state.

Academic Affairs

View specific reports on academic programs and policies.

Faculty and Staff

Explore reports on faculty workload, performance of tenured faculty, employee salary data and salary adjustments.

Budget and Finance

View financial statements, audit reports, capital projects, and financial analyses.

Facilities

Examine classroom and instructional laboratory usage at multiple levels (rooms and seats, by day, and by hour), including comparisons to norms and historical trends.

See archive of facilities inventory and utilization studies.

Crime Statistics

The Clery Act is a consumer protection law requiring colleges and universities participating in federal financial aid/Title IV programs to maintain and disclose campus crime and fire statistics and other pertinent security information.