Performance Indicators 2013 Comprehensive Inventory

A. Our Research Excellence
 1. Rankings
  A-1-aSummary Table of International Rankings (US15)
  A-1-bSummary Table of International Rankings (Top 25)
  A-1-cTHE Rankings by Discipline (US15 in Top 50)
 2. Awards and Honours
  A-2-aFaculty Honours by Award
  A-2-bCanada Research Chairs 
  A-2-cFaculty Teaching Awards: 3M
  A-2-dFaculty Teaching Awards: OCUFA
 3. Research Publications and Citations
  A-3-aNumber of Publications: Science Fields (US15)
  A-3-bNumber of Publications: Science Fields (Top 40)
  A-3-cNumber of Citations: Science Fields (US15)
  A-3-dNumber of Citations: Science Fields (Top 40)
  A-3-eSummary Ranking Citations, Selected Fields
 4. Research Funding
  A-4-a SSHRC Funding Share
  A-4-bNSERC Funding Share 
  A-4-cCIHR Funding Share
  A-4-dTotal Tri-Council Funding Shaire
  A-4-eCanada Foundation for Innovation Funding Share
  A-4-fResearch Funding from Industrial Sources
  A-4-gtotal Research Funding Awarded by Sector
  A-4-hTotal Research Funds Awarded Over Time
 5. Innovation
  A-5-aNew Invention Disclosures (US15 & AAU Peers)
  A-5-bNew Licenses (US15 & AAU Peers)
  A-5-cNew Spin-off Companies (US15 & AAU Peers)
B. Our Education Mission
 1. Recruitment and Admissions
  B-1-aEntering Averages: Distribution of Entering Grade Averages U of T compared to Ontario
  B-1-bEntering Averages: Arts & Science and Engineering by Campus
  B-1-cApplications, Offers, Registrations: Undergraduate First-entry Programs:  aggregate, time series
  B-1-dApplications, Offers, Registrations: Undergraduate First-entry Programs:  - by program, current year
  B-1-eApplications, Offers, Registrations: Undergraduate Professional Programs: - aggregate, time series
  B-1-fApplications, Offers, Registrations: Undergraduate Professional Programs: - by program, current year
  B-1-gApplications, Offers, Registrations: Professional Masters Programs
  B-1-hApplications, Offers, Registrations: Doctoral-stream Masters Programs - Domestic Students
  B-1-iApplications, Offers, Registrations: Doctoral Programs - Domestic Students
 2. Student Awards
  B-2-aUndergraduate Student Awards
  B-2-bPrestigious Canadian Doctoral Scholarships
 3. The Student Experience: Student Faculty Ratios
  B-3-aStudent-Faculty Ratios: Comparison with AAU Peers
  B-3-bStudent-Faculty Ratios: Comparison with Mean of AAU Peers Over Time
  B-3-cStudent-Faculty Ratios: Comparison with Canadian Peers
  B-3-dStudent-Faculty Ratios: Comparison with Mean of Canadian Peers Over Time
  B-3-eStudent-Faculty Ratios Using Different Faculty Inclusions – FTE
  B-3-fStudent-Faculty Ratios Using Different Faculty Inclusions - Headcounts
 4. The Undergraduate Student Experience: Retention and Graduation
  B-4-aUndergraduate First Year Retention Rate and Six Year Graduation Rate Over Time(CSRDE)
  B-4-bUndergraduate First Year Retention Rate Compared to Selectivity Groupings (CSRDE)
  B-4-cUndergraduate Six Year Retention Rate Compared to Selectivity Groupings (CSRDE)
 5. The Undergraduate Student Experience: Instructional Engagement and Class Size Experience
  B-5-aFoundational year programs: Registrations, Offers, Enrolment, St. George Campus
  B-5-bFoundational year programs: Enrolment by Campus
  B-5-cUndergraduate Instructional Engagement
  B-5-dUndergraduate Class Size Experience: First year
  B-5-eUndergraduate Class Size Experience: Senior year
 6. The Undergraduate Student Experience: Survey Results
  B-6-aNSSE Benchmark-Level of Academic Challenge
  B-6-bNSSE Benchmark-Active and Collaborative Challenge
  B-6-c NSSE Benchmark-Student-Faculty Interaction
  B-6-dNSSE Benchmark-Enriching Educational Experiences
  B-6-eNSSE Benchmark-Supportive Campus Environment
  B-6-fRecommendations Resulting from NSSE Focus Group Sessions
 7. The Undergraduate Experience: Experiential Learning
  B-7-aUG service-learning course enrolment supported by CCP
  B-7-bResults of Service-Learning Assessment Survey
 8. The Graduate Student Experience: Survey Results
  B-8-aCGPSS General Satisfaction Questions
  B-8-bCGPSS Ratings of Research-Oriented and Professional Graduate Programs
 9. The Graduate Student Experience: Interdisciplinary Learning and Research
  B-9-aCGPSS Responses on Interdisciplinary Opportunities Over Time
  B-9-bCGPSS Responses on Interdisciplinary Opportunities by Research-Oriented and Professional
  B-9-cCGPSS Responses on Graduate Publications and Presentations
 10. The Graduate Student Experience: Time to Competion and Graduation
  B-10-aDoctoral Completion Rate by SGS Grouping – 7 & 9 years
  B-10-bDoctoral Median Number of Terms Registered to Degree
 11. The International Student Experience
  B-11-aInternational Student Enrolment Over Time
  B-11-bInternational Students by Geographic Origin
  B-11-cInternational Student Satisfaction - satisfaction with 4 areas of student experience
  B-11-dInternational Student Satisfaction - overall satisfaction and recommendation
 12. Student Access and Student Aid
  B-12-aStudent reported responses to visible minority/ethno cultural info questions (NSSE)
  B-12-bPercentage of respondents who are first-gen students (NSSE)
  B-12-cEstimated number of students who are visible minorities, first-gen based on NSSE results
 13.Accessibility Services
  B-13-aNumber of Students Registered
  B-13-bNumber of Students with Exam/Test Accommodations
 14.Academic Pathways
  B-14-aTransitional Year Program Enrolment and Transition
  B-14-bAcademic Bridging Program Enrolment and Transition
  B-14-cFacilitated Transfer Programs
  B-14-dInternational Pathway Programs
 15.Online Courses
  B-15-aOnline courses and Enrolment
  B-15-bOnline Learning Project Pilot Student Survey Results
 16.Student Financial Support
  B-16-aUndergraduate Net Tuition for OSAP Recipients by Program
  B-16-bStudent Access Guarantee (SAG) Related Expenditures
  B-16-cSAG Expenditures per Recipient - comparison with Ontario universities
  B-16-dParental Income of First Year Students Receiving OSAP in Direct-Entry Programs
  B-16-eScholarships and Bursaries per FTE
  B-16-fDoctoral Student Support: Average Financial Support
 17.Branching Out
  B-17-aNumber of Participants in Study Abroad & Exchange Programs
C. Our People: Faculty, Staff, Alumni Friends and Benefactors
 1. Faculty and Staff Satisfaction
  C-1-aFaculty & Staff Satisfaction (UTFSES)
  C-1-bFaculty & Staff Work/Life Balance (UTFSES)
 2. Alumni, friends Benefactors
  C-2-aAnnual Fundraising Achievement Over Time
  C-2-bAnnual Fundraising Achievement By Sector
  C-2-cBOUNDLESS Campaign Goals by Priority
D. The Shape of Our University
 1. Graduate Student Enrolment Expansion
  D-1-aGraduate Student Enrolment
  D-1-bGraduate Enrolment compared to Canadian and AAU Peers
  D-1-cGraduate Enrolment compared to AAU Peers
  D-1-dUniversity of Toronto's Share of Graduate Enrolment
 2. Space 
  D-2-aTotal Space – Ontario comparison
  D-2-bTeaching and Research Space – Ontario comparison
  D-2-cTotal Space – Time Series by Campus 
  D-2-dRoom Utilization
 3.  Deferred Maintenance
  D-3-aDeferred Maintenance Backlog by Campus
  D-3-bDeferred Maintenance Backlog Over Time
E. Resources and Funding
 1. Library 
  E-1-aARL Ranking
 2. IT 
  E-2-a Information Technology Investments
 3. Funding and Finances
  E-3-aCentral Administrative Costs
  E-3-bEndowment Per FTE
  E-3-cDebt Burden Ratio
  E-3-dVisibility Ratio
  E-3-eCredit Ratings
  E-3-fTotal Revenue per student