Common Data Set (CDS)
The Common Data Set (CDS) initiative is a collaborative effort among data providers in the higher education community and publishers as represented by the College Board, Peterson's, and U.S. News & World Report. The combined goal of this collaboration is to improve the quality and accuracy of information provided to all involved in a student's transition into higher education, as well as to reduce the reporting burden on data providers.
The sections of the CDS are comprised of the following topics:
- Enrollment and Persistence
- First-Time, First-Year Freshmen Admission
- Transfer Admission
- Academic Offering and Policies
- Student Life
- Annual Expenses
- Financial Aid
- Instructional Faculty and Class Size
- Degrees Conferred
The Common Data Set is for internal use and is available on our SharePoint site. If any external individual would like a copy, please contact our office.
CUPA - HR
There are two years of CUPA - HR reports on our SharePoint site. Each report contains the average salary by discipline and rank for public four-year colleges and universities.
The CUPA - HR Reports are confidential and intended for internal use only by Tennessee Tech University and may not be shared outside of the university.
Our new Delaware Study report contains the results of the 2018-19 Delaware Study for Tennessee Tech. This comprehensive report includes the Key Indicator Results for the University as well as individual summaries for the degree programs within each college. This report is provided as a printable PDF or as an Excel file.
The Delaware Study Reports are confidential and intended for internal use only by Tennessee Tech University and may not be shared outside of the university.
Access the Delaware Study Report
Student Migration by College and Major
This report contains information about Fall-to-Spring and Spring-to-Fall student migration by college and major for first-time freshmen at Tennessee Tech. Students are initially grouped according to their initial academic college and major in their first semester.
Student Migration for Fall 2021 Cohort (PDF)
Student Migration for Students of Color for Fall 2021 Cohort (PDF)
Student Migration for Fall 2020 Cohort (PDF)