The following links are resources that examine the retention and graduation of UW-Superior students. The Office of Institutional Effectiveness also conducts more granular studies for administration, faculty, and staff in order to understand and better serve student needs.
Equity Scorecard is an evidence-based assessment of inequities that exist in educational outcomes, particularly for students of color. The premise is that "an academic institution is a community whose characteristics can systematically generate gaps in educational outcomes among student groups." Four Perspectives were reviewed:
- Access: enrollment, majors, financial aid
- Retention: persistence, course taking patterns, graduation
- Excellence: achievement, academic opportunities
- Institutional Receptivity: openness to diversity, campus climate
This report is produced annually for the UW Board of Regents. It features various measures of effectiveness and accountability.
The Voluntary System of Accountability (VSA) communicates information on the undergraduate student experience through a common web reporting template, the College Portrait.