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Student Data Sets for Ad Hoc Reporting

The Student data sets contain reformatted data from the M-Pathways Student Administration System and the legacy administrative data systems.

Student data sets are:


M-Pathways Admissions Snapshot Data Set

Usage

Provides a stable representation of portions of the Recruiting and Admissions data set. The Admissions Snapshot data set is populated at a given point in time (i.e., the Snapshot Term) from the Recruiting and Admissions data set.

Snapshots of the data are taken for Fall, Winter, Spring, Spring/Summer, and Summer Admit Terms.

Availability

The data set is generally available Sunday, noon - Saturday, 11:00 p.m., except when the data is being refreshed. Refer to the Refresh Information for specific refresh times.

Resources

Note: Additional documentation and training for this data set is available on My LINC.

M-Pathways Admissions Roster Data Set

Usage

Designed for producing admissions roster reports of all current and future applicants only. The data set includes only a small number of tables, which makes it relatively easy to use. Prospect and 3C data are not included in this data set.

Availability

The data set is generally available Sunday, noon - Saturday, 11 p.m., except when the data is being refreshed. Refer to the Refresh Information for specific refresh times.

Resources

Note: Additional documentation and training for this data set is available on My LINC.

M-Pathways Recruiting and Admissions Data Set

Usage

Designed to meet nearly all ad hoc reporting needs, this data set includes 59 tables that contain all current and future prospects and applicants, as well as, three years' worth of historical records.

Availability

The data set is generally available Sunday, noon - Saturday, 11 p.m., except when the data is being refreshed. Refer to the Refresh Information for specific refresh times.

Resources

Note: Additional documentation and training for this data set is available on My LINC.

M-Pathways Student Records Data Set

Contents

Contains academic data for students who have matriculated at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. The data includes students' personal information (bio/demo data), enrollment, courses, grades, degrees, transfer credit, degree audit, and more.

Availability

The data set is generally available Sunday, noon - Saturday, 11 p.m., except when the data is being refreshed. Refer to the Refresh Information for specific refresh times.

Resources

Note: Additional documentation and training for this data set is available on My LINC.

M-Pathways Financial Aid/Student Financials Data Set

Usage

Designed to meet the ad hoc reporting needs of Financial Aid and Student Financials users.

For Financial Aid, the data includes all financial aid awards and disbursements made to U-M students.

The Student Financials portion includes service indicator data, student receivables aging data, collection data, and Graduate Student Assistant Waiver data. Additionally, Student Financial transaction detail tables contain ChartField information that is included in Statement of Activity and reconciliation reports. Student Financial detail is available only for items that have been journalized in the General Ledger.

Some data is shared between Financial Aid and Student Financials, such as Residency and Ethnicity data. Some tables are from the Student Records and Recruiting and Admissions data sets (e.g., Adm Appl Eval).

Availability

The data set is generally available Sunday, noon - Saturday, 11 p.m., except when the data is being refreshed. Refer to the Refresh Information for specific refresh times.

Resources

Note: Additional documentation and training for this data set is available on My LINC.

M-Pathways Third Week Count Data Set

Contents

Contains snapshot (or point-in-time) data for each term of classes, beginning with the Summer 2000 term. Each snapshot gives student data including personal biodemographic, academic record, enrollment, and class data that pertained to that term. After the snapshot is taken for the current term, the data are appended to the data from previous terms. The data are used for official reporting purposes.

The snapshot for a given term is taken the night after the end of the third week of classes.

Availability

The data set is generally available Sunday, noon - Saturday, 11 p.m., except when the data is being refreshed. Refer to the Refresh Information for specific refresh times.

Resources

Note: Additional documentation and training for this data set is available on My LINC.

M-Pathways Student Retention and Completion Data Set

Usage

Intended for producing student retention (from one year to the next, how many students return to continue their studies) and completion (how many students complete degrees and how long they take) reports. The tables in this data set are populated from a snapshot the night after the end of the third week of classes every Fall term.

The initial rollout of this data set will only track retention and completion data for new undergraduate freshmen. In the future, the data set may be expanded to include information on transfer and graduate students.

Availability

The data set is generally available Sunday, noon - Saturday, 11 p.m., except when the data is being refreshed. Refer to the Refresh Information for specific refresh times.

Access

Access to this data set is currently restricted to central offices.

Resources

Legacy Official Third Week Count Data Set

Contents

Unique student data set containing program, election, field of study, demographic, and registration information from the summer of 1990 to July 2000. Used for matching the Registrar's Office official counts for Federal and state reporting and replicating counts from the term enrollment and minority reports published by the Registrar's Office.

Resources

Legacy Student Data Set

Contents

Information for students from 1982 to June 2000, including program, registration, field of study, demographic, and grade data, as well as election information from June 1999 to June 2000. Degree data for students registered in fall 1993 forward is also included.

Usage

Used to answer questions such as: What is the grade distribution for a course section? Who is registered in a specific unit or course in a particular term? How many students are first-year students this fall? How many student credit hours were generated in a unit?

Resources