These views are provided university wide (less IPFW), and for each IU campus for 2005 through the current fall and leverage the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data Survey (IPEDS) definitions. The tables show counts and percentages for undergraduate, graduate/professional, and total degree-seeking students by race/ethnicity. Additionally, the single race selections of students defined as "Two or More Races" are provided in a duplicated fashion. Calculated counts and percentages are provided for the categories of minority and under-represented minority. Minority is defined by self-reported race/ethnicity classification as African American, Native American, Hispanic, Asian, Pacific Islander, and Two or More Races. Under-represented minority excludes Asian. The denominator in this ratio includes White but excludes Non-Resident Alien (International) and unknown.
** Prior to 2010, the race/ethnicity classification was seven, mutually exclusive options of African American, Hispanic, Asian/Pacific Islander, Native American, White, Non-Resident Alien (International), and unknown.
** International student headcounts are based only on the student visa permit category of non-resident alien (i.e. excluding naturalized U.S. citizens and permanent residents). UIRR international student reporting is based on guidelines from the federal Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS).
Counts and frequencies are provided longitudinally by race/ethnicity and campus. These tables are provided for undergraduate degree-seeking, total degree-seeking, and first-time beginners.
These views compare the race/ethnicity counts and proportions of IU students to available referential groups. For IUPUI and the regional campuses this includes the established service regions (Indiana counties), while Bloomington and IU overall are compared to the state and US population aged 18-24.
These views illustrate the percentages of total, undergraduate, and first-time beginner domestic minorities for the campuses of IU and their peers. For IU Bloomington, both accepted peers and Big 10/CIC institutions are included. Additionally, current census data shows the percentage of domestic minorities aged 18-24 within the state. UPDATED VIEWS SHOULD BE AVAILABLE EACH OCTOBER.