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Run by the U.S. Department of Education, College Scorecard presents very user-friendly college information and statistics. It features easy-to-use controls for searching and sorting by characteristics such as average cost and salary after graduation.
College Navigator consists primarily of the latest data from the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS), the core postsecondary education data collection program for NCES – the National Center for Education Statistics.
IPEDS presents in-depth data collected by the National Center for Education Statistics.
Visit the IPEDS home page for more information about IPEDS and for access to IPEDS data tools, publications, and more.
The National Student Clearinghouse® Research Center™regularly publishes research that supports education, workforce, and learner success. The research offers objective data and insights about student enrollment, mobility, completion, and other important student outcomes that are visible only through the Clearinghouse data. The nationwide network of more than 3,600 postsecondary institutions provides up-to-date student-level data that represents 97 percent of the postsecondary enrollment today. Publications are to benefit and better inform the education community, policymakers, business leaders, and other community leaders.
This service of the US Census Bureau provides multiple ways to search for demographic data, including a “Guided Search” wizard which guides one through narrowing search terms by overall subject, topic, geography and subject-specific parameters.
Among the data accessible are maps generated from data-tables and in-depth narrative reports such as this: Population and Housing Narrative Profile: 2010-2012
Provided data includes:
Of interest from the main page: a greater percentage of rural (vs urban) Oregonians have completed high school and started college, but the percentage who have completed college is about half that of urban Oregonians.
Some high points:
A large index of data sources for the state of Oregon in a huge variety of subjects.
The following thumbnails are borrowed from the bureau’s topics page:
Useful for creating presentations and exploring geographically relevant data in a more intuitive way, the Census Bureau provides multiple solutions for mapping and interacting with demographic data.
Inlow Hall 218
Phone: (541) 962-3710
Holly Chason: AVP
Office: 218 B
Phone: (541) 962-3710
Nathan Smutz: Analyst
Office: 218 A
Phone: (541) 962-3473