Gaps in Student Success
Demographic Analysis of First-Year Honors Students
  • This report provides an overview of the demographic breakdown of first-year, fall cohort students in the honors program along several categories over the last five years.
Gaps by Academic College or Department
Gaps by Ethnicity
GAPS BY FIRST GENERATION STUDENTS
  • The purpose of this report is to compile CSU’s research on first generation students to help inform the campus discussion on closing this success gap.
GAPS IN MATH ACHIEVEMENT BY DEMOGRAPHIC GROUP
GAPS IN STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT FOR THE HONORS PROGRAM
GRADUATION RATES BY MINORITY AND RESIDENCY STATUS
  • This report explores the difference in graduation rates by minority status and residency.
Key and C4E's Impact on GAPS
  • This brief compares the persistence and demographics for students that are in either Key or C4E as well as for students that are in both programs. Gaps in persistence for these programs are also calculated using a sub-sample of the overall population as a reference group.
 
TILT Reports
TILT Tutoring Program
TILT Study Group Program
  • The Institute for Learning and Teaching (TILT) provides academic support via study group programs for select undergraduate courses. To quantify the effectiveness of these programs, a report is conducted annually to compare course grades of participants in the study group program to non-participants enrolled in the select courses.
  • Study Group AY14-15
  • Study Group AY13-14
  • Study Group AY12-13
Institutional Level Studies of Student Success
CCHE INDEX SCORE DECOMPOSITION AND PREDICTIVE UTILITY ASSESSMENT
Course Type Analysis
Describing the Relationship between Remediation and Retention and Graduation
2009-10 CONSORTIUM FOR STUDENT RETENTION DATA EXCHANGE (CSRDE) PEER REPORT
Early Indicators of Student Progress and Success
Engineering Successful/Unsuccessful Program Participation’s Impact on Future Student Success: A Propensity Score Analysis
FIRST YEAR SEMINAR ASSOCIATIONS WITH STUDENT SUCCESS
FRESHMAN RETENTION MODELS, CSU ADMISSIONS VARIABLES
GRADUATION AND RETENTION RATE COMPARISON OF FALL VS. SPRING START NEW FRESHMEN
GRADUATION AND RETENTION RATES OF NONRESIDENTS BY STATE
LEADING INDICATORS: FIRST YEAR STUDENT BEHAVIORS THAT INFLUENCE THE LIKELIHOOD OF SUCCESS
MATH COMPLETION PATTERNS AMONG STUDENTS OF CONCERN
  • The purpose of this report is to describe the math completion patterns and persistence rates for students who are flagged by Admissions as a Student of Concern or have test scores that put them at the remedial level for math, reading, or writing.
OBSERVED AND PREDICTED RETENTION BY DEPARTMENT
PROBABILITY OF RETENTION AND GRADUATION AFTER AN UNSUCCESSFUL COURSE ATTEMPT
ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN STUDENT ATTRIBUTES & SUCCESS
  • This report uses logistic regression models to describe (using predicted probabilities and odds ratios) the multivariate relationships between student attributes/academic preparation and retention/graduation among the most recent three cohorts of first-time, full-time freshmen.
  • Previous Version (Spring 2015)
  • Previous Version (Spring 2014)
UNDECLARED STUDENT SUCCESS AT CSU
  • The purpose of this report is to describe undeclared students at CSU both relative to declared students and internally by specific undeclared major.
SUMMER SESSION ENROLLMENT AND STUDENT SUCCESS
  • The purpose of this report is to describe the association between summer session enrollment and student success (measured by persistence, graduation, GPA) among first-time, full-time (FTFT) cohorts at CSU.
Course Level Studies of Student Success
Campus Connections Demographics and Success Outcomes
Early performance feedback and course success
  • The purpose of this report is to explore the association between student course-level success and course participation with the Early Performance Feedback (EPF) program.
Learning Assistants and Course Success
 MPE Exam and Student Success among Biology and Zoology Majors
  • This report explores whether students’ incoming math ability predicts student success among Biology or Zoology majors.
Toledo Math Scores
Financial Aid
ASSET Students
Commitment to Colorado Regression Analysis
Community for Excellence Assessment Report
Fall 2015 CO Challenge Scholarship Recipient Success
Puksta Scholars at Colorado State University
REISHER SCHOLARS AT COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY
RETENTION BY EXPECTED FAMILY CONTRIBUTION
Student Success of Alliance Scholarship Recipients
Qualitative Reports
Qualitative Reports
Faculty
Anthropology Peer Faculty Comparison
Economics peer faculty comparison
  • The purpose of this report is to compare the average salary of Economics faculty (by rank) to the average salary for Economics faculty among a group of peer institutions. Overall, CSU Economics faculty have a lower average salary compared to the peers in this report. Additionally the relative difference in average salary between CSU faculty and peers has increased in 2016-17 compared to the prior year comparisons for all ranks.
History peer faculty comparison
  • The purpose of this report is to compare the average salary of CSU History faculty (by rank) to the average salary for History faculty among several peer institutions. Overall, CSU History faculty have a lower average salary compared to faculty members at the peer institutions considered in this report. The salary as a percentage of peer for Associate and Assistant ranks are substantially higher than Full Professor. As a percentage of average peer salaries, CSU average salaries have dropped across ranks when compared to the 2013-14 fiscal year.
Journalism peer faculty comparison
  • The purpose of this report is to compare the average salary of CSU Journalism faculty (by rank) to the average salary for Journalism faculty among several peer institutions. Overall, CSU Journalism faculty have a lower average salary compared to faculty members at the peer institutions considered in this report. The salary as a percentage of peer is inversely related to rank. As a percentage of average peer salaries, CSU average salaries have dropped for Full and Associate Professors when compared to the 2013-14 fiscal year, while Assistant Professor salaries have increased.
Political science peer faculty comparison
  • The purpose of this report is to compare the average salary of political science faculty (by rank) to the average salary for political science faculty among a group of peer institutions. Overall, CSU political science faculty have a lower average salary compared to nearly all of our peers; however, the relative difference between CSU faculty and peers has decreased for full professor and increased slightly for other ranks in 2016-17 compared to prior year comparisons.
Sociology peer faculty comparison
  • The purpose of this report is to compare the average salary of CSU Sociology faculty (by rank) to the average salary for Sociology faculty among several peer institutions. Overall, CSU Sociology faculty have a lower average salary compared to faculty members at the peer institutions considered in this report. The salary as a percentage of peer is inversely related to rank. As a percentage of average peer salaries, CSU average salaries have dropped across all ranks when compared to the 2013-14 fiscal year.
Presentations
Access Center Assessment Presentation
  • The purpose of this presentation is to provide a description of the demographics as well as higher education access and success of Access Center students at CSU.
First-Year Survey and Reforming the Student Success Prediction Model
  • The Taking Stock Program includes a first-year survey intended to better understand student’s first year experiences and how they impact their student success outcomes.
MATH REMEDIATION STUDENTS
  • The purpose of this presentation is to describe the different success levels and math pathways that first-time, full-time students with a MATH ACT score below 19 have shown at CSU.
2016 C4E Assessment Presentation
  • The purpose of this presentation is to explore various measures of student success (2nd fall retention, third fall retention, first-year cumulative GPA and completed credits) for C4E scholarship recipients.