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Department of Institutional Research
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Department of Institutional Research

The purpose of institutional research is to facilitate A.T. Still University decision-making by:

  1. Building a central repository that facilitates access to data
  2. Providing integrated analysis and research for strategic initiatives
  3. Facilitating best practices in the collection, use, and interpretation of data
  4. Advocating for data quality and integrity
  5. Providing data review of mandatory reporting
  6. Promoting processes and resources that ensure the effective and responsible collection and use of institutional data
  • Student Enrollment Data +

    • The data represents the official information submitted by the Registrar’s Office, in mid-September each year indicating student enrollment data for the fall semester.

      Select a program of interest to view student demographic information. Select the percentage of total student enrollment tab to see student percentages. Hover cursor over the “Info Button” to view data details.

  • Degrees Awarded Data +

    • Select a program of interest to see what degrees are awarded. Select the percentage of degrees awarded tab to view the degrees awarded by percentage.

      Degrees awarded data is sourced from the IPEDS completions by 2010 CIP classification and award level.

  • Graduation Rate Data +

  • Employee Data +

  • Faculty Data +

  • Staff +

    • Curt Law, MBA
      Director of Application Development and Services

      Curtis Law, MBA, oversees all administrative and academic computing services, and institutional research for ATSU. The major systems his teams support include CampusNexus Student, CampusNexus CRM, Microsoft Dynamics GP, Blackboard 9.1, and a variety of other purchased and custom developed systems. He has been with the University since 2006. Law has over 40 years of information technology experience with over 30 years of project management experience. He taught information technology classes at Bellevue Community College for 8 years. He holds a BA from Western International University and an MBA from Keller Graduate School of Management.

      Cindy Ogren
      Data Analyst

      Cindy Ogren provides data analytics in a visual and actionable format to support data driven decision-making for University planning and assessment. In addition, she collaborates with the various data owners to support IPEDS reporting, data dictionary, and data governance processes. She also serves as the Tableau Server administrator.

      Ogren is a member of the University-wide Assessment Committee -Resources subcommittee and is a representative on University Staff Council. She is also a member of the Association for Institutional Research (AIR) and has participated in AIR training coursework.

      Ogren obtained her bachelor’s degree in computer information systems with a minor in accounting from Northern Arizona University. She spent many years in a variety of information technology roles including data warehouse manager. She joined ATSU in 2015 to help support institutional research.