The report includes the number applications, admissions offers, and enrollments for first-time degree-seeking undergraduates.
- Admission Statistics (4)
This report includes historical SAT and ACT test scores for first-time, full-time freshmen entering Rice University.
The report includes admissions offers, enrollments, and yield rates for first-time degree-seeking undergraduates.
This report shows admit and yield rates for master's and doctoral programs by school. Jones Graduate School of Business is excluded from this report.
- Enrollment Statistics (3)
This report shows the enrollment of degree-seeking students by geographic origin, gender, race/ethnicity, and Pell eligibility.
This report shows trends of degree-seeking student enrollment by major/program. Users may select specific combinations of program levels, schools, and/or departments to view relevant student groups.
This report is a snapshot of degree-seeking student enrollment by major/program. Users may select specific combinations of program levels, schools, and/or departments to view relevant student groups.
- Undergraduate and Graduate Achievement Data (8)
The Retention and Graduation Rates report contains the first-year retention rate of the first-time, full-time freshmen, as well as the 4-, 5-, and 6-year graduation rates for these freshmen cohorts for the last ten years.
The Summary presents visuals and statistics on the first destinations of undergraduates graduating in 2020 including percent working, pursuing additional education, and seeking employment. Also illustrates top graduate schools, starting salaries, and top ten industries.
The Admission to Graduate and Professional Schools report presents information on recent graduates whose first destination after graduation was to pursue additional education. Filters allow for selecting School, Major, Graduate Area of Study, Graduate Degree Pursuing, Name of Graduate School, and Undergraduate Degree Year. Visuals show the distribution by Area of Study as well as Graduate Degree Pursuing. These calculations only include students whose first destination is pursuing additional education.
The Employment report presents information on recent graduates whose first destination after graduation was to be employed. Filters allow for selecting School, Major, Employer, Industry, and Degree Year. Visuals show the distribution by Industries as well as by the status of those pursuing employment but not further education.
The Degrees Awarded report presents the count of Bachelor, Master, and Doctoral degrees for the last five academic years either by Gender or by School. The figure presents a visual of the trend over time.
The Majors Completed report presents the count of Majors by Degree and by School for the last five academic years. Individual Majors, Schools, and Program Level may be selected.
The Internship Participation report provides the percentage of graduates that interned sometime during their time at Rice. It also lists the Internship Companies that hosted the students, as well as details about their internships.
The Licensing Exam Passing Rates report provides statistics on the number of students who attempted and passed two sets of tests. The first is the Fundamentals in Engineering Exam of the National Council for Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES) necessary to become a licensed Professional Engineer. The second is the Educator Certification Exam of the Texas Education Agency for students pursuing a high school teaching career.
- Alumni (4)
This report shows the counts of alumni and degrees by degree level since 1912.
This report shows the number of alumni distributed in geographic locations in the U.S. and around the world.
This report shows the geographic distribution of alumni in the U.S.
This report shows the geographic distribution of alumni internationally.
- Faculty and Staff (4)
This report shows faculty headcount by school, appointment type, tenure status, and academic rank.
This report shows faculty headcount by school, gender, and race/ethnicity and international status.
This report is a historical view of postdoctoral appointments by school and department, center, or institute.
This report shows the headcount and FTE of non-instructional staff by occupational categories, gender, and citizenship and race.
- Financial Resources (2)
This report includes the annual capital budget, operating budget, and total budget for the last 10 years.
This report displays the end-of-fiscal year sponsored research revenues by federal, foundations, and other funding sources for the last seven fiscal years.