Common Data Set 2006-07
The Common Data Set (CDS) was developed through collaboration among publishers of college guides, colleges and universities, representatives of higher education organizations, high school counselors, and the National Center for Education Statistics. Many of the items and definitions in the Common Data Set are being used on the surveys of several major publishers. The goal of CDS is to improve the comparability of data reported by colleges and universities, and to ease each institution's burden by asking questions in a standardized way on numerous surveys.
When going through Albany's responses to the Common Data Set, it may be useful to also consult the list of definitions used.
|A. General Information|
|B. Enrollment and Persistence|
|C. First-Time, First-Year (Freshman) Admission|
|D. Transfer Admission|
|E. Academic Offerings and Policies|
|F. Student Life|
|G. Annual Expenses|
|H. Financial Aid|
|I. Instructional Faculty and Class Size|
|J. Degrees Conferred|
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