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The Institutional Research Office--- (IRO) coordinates and provides information support for the planning, administration, and evaluation of academic and administrative units at Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) so that the campus accomplishes its mission, that students achieve success, and that improvement is ongoing. IRO is a part of the Planning and Institutional Improvement (PAII) division.

Institutional Data Reports
The Institutional Data Reports are divided between two menus. The left hand menu displays links to a subset of the reports on the Student Data Reports Report Launcher. These replace the set of IRO student data five-year trend reports that were available in prior years. [Related Link: IUPUI Dashboards] The right hand menu displays links to IRO 5-year trend reports for non-student data.

If you have any questions, problems, suggested improvements, or feedback, please contact Larry Miles (, 274-0093)

Student Data Trend Reports (CAS login required)

For instructions on using Student Data Reports, click the [+] next to
"Student Data Report Instructions" at the upper left of the Student Data Reports Report Launcher.

Note:To return to this menu from a report, close the report tab and return to the tab for this window.
Do not click the "Student Data Reports Home" link, which will open a new Student Data Reports Report Launcher window.

Enrollment Reports
Credit Hour Reports
FTE Report
Financial Aid Report
Persistence Report
Degree Reports
Five-Year Trend Reports
Research and Sponsored Programs
Faculty & Staff
Management Ratios
Survey Summary Reports

Point-in-Cycle Enrollment Management Reports

The point-in-cycle website is a web-based system for tracking the status of IUPUI admissions and enrollment for upcoming semesters. Reports are updated each week during active admissions and registration cycles to show how the campus and each school is progressing relative to prior years at the same point in time.

Changes to Parameters:
  • The parameter entry area is now hidden in drill-through reports accessed from within other reports.
  • To enter parameters on these reports, click the small rectangular button containing a triangle, located in the center at the very top of each report.

Connectivity and Access:
  • This is a new link. Please update or replace any existing bookmarks or links
  • If you have trouble connecting from off-campus, try connecting using VPN
  • If you are unable to access the reports using the above link, log into the IU CBI portal, and then return to the Point-in-Cycle website. For further assistance, send email to

Browser Support:
  • Internet Explorer, Chrome and Firefox are supported on Windows machines
  • Safari is the only supported browser for Apple computers

If you have any questions, problems, suggested improvements, or feedback, please contact Janice Childress (; 278-6221).

This site contains reports on the results of a variety of student, staff, and faculty surveys performed by IMIR staff and information about survey services available through IMIR.

Trend Reports for Survey Results - UG student satisfaction, NSSE, faculty and staff satisfaction


IMIR provides variety of tools to support planning and improvement activities by campus academic units and administrative offices.

Planning Tools:
Related Campus Offices:
Other Reports:

For additional resources about campus and unit planning, visit 'Campus and Unit Planning' section under Planning and Institutional Improvement site.
NOTE: If you are looking for information about applying for admissions, transferring to IUPUI, or degree requirements, please go to

If you have a question, a data request, would like additional information, or would like to contact our office for any other reason, please fill out the form shown below. Your question will be routed to the PAII/IMIR/TC/EMO/OIE staff member best able to answer your question and they will contact you as soon as possible.

Data Request Form:

Your Name:  
Your Email *:  
Your Phone:
Reason for request *:  
Enter your detailed request *:  
Target Unit/ Office:
(select an unit/ office from the list to which you would like to forward your request)

Request verification code *:  
When you are finished, please click Submit.  

IMIR Staff Members:

Larry J. Miles, Director, Enrollment Data and Ad hoc reporting;  317-274-0093;  [Send an Email]
Steve Graunke, Assistant Director, Survey Research and Standard Reporting;  317-274-3617;  [Send an Email]
Gulshan Patil, Web Applications and Reports Developer;  317-274-5810;  [Send an Email]
Sue Young, Sr. Administrative Secretary ;  317-278-2282;  [Send an Email]
Stephen Hancock, Management Analyst, IUPUI/Ivy Tech;  317-274-3007;  [Send an Email]
Demetrees Lee Hutchins, Management Analyst, Talent Alliance;  317-278-9187;  [Send an Email]

Collabrative Projects:

Talent Alliance High School-to-College Project

The Talent Alliance brings together leadership, resources, data, and programs to "connect the dots" and enhance cradle to career education for all individuals in central Indiana. The Talent Alliance’s High School-to-College Project is funded by a grant from the Central Indiana Community Foundation and allows participating public high schools and school districts in Marion County to track the college attendance patterns of their graduates using data from the National Student Clearinghouse. This information will allow high schools and school districts to:
(1) determine which of their graduates go to college,
(2) examine the persistence of their graduates in college, and
(3) identify programs and services that are associated with higher rates of college attendance and persistence.
Project team members will also work with high schools and school districts to improve their ability to collect and evaluate data about the effectiveness of college readiness programs.