Performance Indicators 2010 Comprehensive Inventory

1. THE UNIVERSITY’S DISTINCTIVE ROLE
 i. Faculty Honours and Research Output
  Faculty Honours
         Figure aFaculty Honours by Award
  Canada Research Chairs
   Figure bNumber of Canada Research Chairs
  Rankings
   Figure cResearch Rankings
   Figure dComparison of International Rankings
   Figure eTimes Higher Education World University Rankings by Discipline
  Research Publications and Citations
   Figure fNumber of Publications Indexed by Thomson ISI: All Science Fields
   Figure gNumber of Citations Indexed by Thomson ISI: All Science Fields
   Figure hSummary of Publication and Citation Rankings: select fields
  Faculty Teaching Awards
   Figure i3M Teaching Fellowship Awards Percent Share
   Figure jOntario Teaching Awards: OCUFA
 ii.  Research Funding and Yields
  Tri-Council Funding - SSHRC, NSERC, CIHR
   Figure aSocial Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Funding Share
   Figure bSSHRC Yield Rates
   Figure cNational Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) Funding Share
   Figure dNSERC Yield Rates
   Figure eCanadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Funding Share
   Figure fFunding from the Federal Granting Councils (Tri-Councils) Funding Share
  Canada Foundation for Innovation
   Figure gCanada Foundation for Innovation Funding Share
  Research Funding from Industrial Sources
   Figure hFunding from Industrial Sources
 iii. Commercialization and Knowledge Transfer
  New Invention Disclosures, New Licenses, New Spin-off Companies
   Figure aNew Invention Disclosures
   Figure bNew Licenses
   Figure cNew Spin-off Companies
2. SPACE INVENTORY AND DEFERRED MAINTENANCE
 i  Space Inventory
  COU Space Inventory
   Figure aTotal Space – Ontario comparison
   Figure bTeaching and Research Space – Ontario comparison
   Figure cTotal Space – Time Series by Campus
 ii Deferred Maintenance
  Deferred Maintenance
   Figure aDeferred Maintenance Backlog – pie chart
   Figure bDeferred Maintenance Backlog – time series
3. STUDENT RECRUITMENT, RETENTION AND EXPERIENCE
 i.  Student Recruitment
  Applications, Offers, Registrations and Yield Rates
   Figure aUndergraduate First-entry Programs:  aggregate, time series
   Figure bUndergraduate First-entry Programs:  - by program, current year
   Figure cUndergraduate Professional Programs: - aggregate, time series
   Figure dUndergraduate Professional Programs: - by program, current year
   Figure eProfessional Masters Programs
   Figure fDoctoral-stream Masters Programs
   Figure gDoctoral Programs
  Entering Averages
   Figure hEntering Grade Averages by Range
   Figure iArts & Science by Campus
  Undergraduate Student Awards
   Figure jUndergraduate Student Awards
  Graduate Student Awards
   Figure kDoctoral Scholarships from Federal Granting Councils
  International Students
   Figure lEnrolment of International Students
   Figure mInternational Student Enrolment by Geographic Origin
 ii. Student Access and Support
  Diversity of Students
   Figure aStudent Reported Responses to Visible Minority/Ethno-Cultural Information questions (NSSE)
  Parental Income and Student Support
   Figure bParental Income of First Year Students Receiving OSAP in Direct-Entry Programs
   Figure cScholarships and Bursaries as a Percentage of Operating Expenses
   Figure dDoctoral Student Support
  Accessibility Services
   Figure eTotal Number of Students Registered with Accessibility Services
   Figure fTotal Number of Tests/Exams Coordinated and Supervised by Accessibility Services
  Transitional Year Program
   Figure gTransitional Year Program Enrolment
  Academic Bridging Program
   Figure hAcademic Bridging Program Enrolment
 iii.  Student Retention and Graduation
  Undergraduate Student Retention and Graduation
   Figure aRetention and Graduation Time Series (CSRDE)
   Figure bRetention Compared to Selectivity Groupings (CSRDE)
   Figure cGraduation Compared to Selectivity Groupings (CSRDE)
  Undergraduate Student Retention and Graduation Rates Compared to Tuition Fee Levels
   Figure dSecond Year Retention Rates and Tuition Fee for Entering Cohort  - Applied Science and Engineering
   Figure eSeven Year Graduation Rates and Tuition Fee for Entering Cohort – Law
   Figure fSeven Year Graduation Rates and Tuition Fee for Entering Cohort – Medicine
  Graduate Time-to-Completion and Graduation
   Figure g Doctoral Completion Rate by SGS Grouping – 7 & 9 years
   Figure hDoctoral Median Number of Terms Registered to Degree
 iv Student Experience: Undergraduate Instructional Engagement and Class Size Experience
  Undergraduate Instructional Engagement
   Figure aUndergraduate Instructional Engagement
  Undergraduate Class Size Experience
   Figure bClass Size Experience in 1st year
   Figure cClass Size Experience in Senior year
 v Student Experience: Student Faculty Ratios
  Student-Faculty Ratios - U.S. Peers
   Figure aComparison with AAU Peers
   Figure bComparison with Mean of AAU Peers
  Student-Faculty Ratios – Canadian Peers
   Figure cComparison with Canadian Peers
   Figure dComparison with Mean of Canadian Peers
  Student-Faculty Ratios – various faculty inclusion
   Figure eRatios Using Different Faculty Inclusions –FTE
   Figure fRatios Using Different Faculty Inclusions-HC
 vi. Student Experience: Undergraduate, Graduate and International Student Survey Results
  National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) Measures
   Figure aNSSE Benchmark-Level of Academic Challenge
   Figure bNSSE Benchmark-Active and Collaborative Challenge
   Figure cNSSE Benchmark-Student-Faculty Interaction
   Figure dNSSE Benchmark-Enriching Educational Experiences
   Figure eNSSE Benchmark-Supportive Campus Environment
  National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) Focus Groups
   Figure fKey Issues Identified through NSSE Focus Group Sessions
   Figure gArts & Science e-News Survey
  Canadian Graduate and Professional Survey (CGPSS) Responses
   Figure hCGPSS Results: General Satisfaction Questions
   Figure iCGPSS Results by Program Type
  Canadian Bureau for International Education (CBIE) Responses
   Figure jQuality of Education
   Figure kSatisfaction
 vii. Student Experience: Experiential and Interdisciplinary Learning and Extra-Curricular Experience
  International Experience
   Figure aNumber of Participants in Study Abroad & Exchange Programs
  Graduate Interdisciplinary Opportunities - CGPSS Response
   Figure bInterdisciplinary Opportunities (CGPSS)
   Figure cInterdisciplinary Opportunities by Program Type (CGPSS)
  Graduate Publications and Presentations
   Figure dGraduate Publications and Presentations (CGPSS)
  Service Learning Opportunities
   Figure eUndergraduate Service-Learning Course Enrolment
   Figure fResults of Service-Learning Assessment Survey
4. ADVANCEMENT AND LONG-TERM INSTITUTIONAL RESOURCES
 i. Advancement
  Annual Fundraising Achievement and Alumni Donors
   Figure aAnnual Fundraising Achievement time series
   Figure bAnnual Fundraising Achievement by Sector
 ii. Faculty and Staff Satisfaction
  Employee Satisfaction: Faculty, Librarian and Staff Responses
   Figure aFaculty & Staff Overall Satisfaction (Speaking UP)
   Figure bFaculty & Staff Work/Life Balance (Speaking UP)
  Pre-Tenure Faculty Satisfaction:  COACHE Responses
   Figure cSatisfaction (COACHE)
 iii. Library and IT Resources
  Library Resources
   Figure aLibrary Resources: ARL Ranking
   Figure bLibrary Resources: LibQUAL Survey Results
  IT Investment
   Figure cInformation Technology Costs
  Courseware Applications
   Figure dCourses Using Course Management Software
 iv. Space Utilization and Central Costs
  Room Utilization
   Figure aRoom Utilization
  University Central Administrative Costs
   Figure bCentral Administrative Costs
 v. Funding Sources and Financial Health
  Endowment per Student
   Figure aEndowment Per FTE
  Financial Health
   Figure bTotal Resources to Long-term Debt
   Figure cCredit Ratings
  Total Revenue per Student
   Figure dTotal Revenue per student
   Figure eInstitutional Revenue per Student FTE