2019-2020 IPEDS REGISTRATION AND DATA COLLECTION SCHEDULE

Registration for the 2019-2020 IPEDS Data Collection Schedule opens in August. Reporting to IPEDS is mandatory thus; all institutions are required to register for the 2019-2020 data collection cycle. UserIDs and passwords for 2019-2020 will be distributed to all institutions on August 7. Those with designated keyholders will receive information via email. All institutions for which there is no designated keyholder will receive a letter directed to the CEO containing registration information. To register, visit the IPEDS website at: https://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/report-your-data

During the Registration Period, institutions are encouraged but not required to complete Report Mapping, Institution Identification, and IC Header. Report Mapping (if applicable) and Institution Identification must be completed, and IC Header must be locked before the Fall surveys can be started. Report Mapping and IC Header are available until the end of the Fall collection. Institution Identification is available through Spring.
On August 28, NCES will review the registration status of each institution. If an institution has not registered as of this date, a letter will be sent to the CEO requesting appointment of a new keyholder.

If you are responsible for reporting IPEDS data at your school, here are some other important dates to mark on your calendar.

  • September 4, 2019 – Fall Collection Opens – Institutional Characteristics; Completions; 12-month Enrollment
  • December 11, 2019 – Winter Collection Opens – Student Financial Aid; Graduation Rates; 200% Graduation Rates; Admissions; Outcome Measures
  • December 11, 2019 – Spring Collection Opens – Fall Enrollment; Finance; Human Resources; Academic Libraries

2018-2019 IPEDS REGISTRATION AND DATA COLLECTION SCHEDULE

Registration for the 2018-2019 IPEDS Data Collection Schedule opens in August. Reporting to IPEDS is mandatory thus; all institutions are required to register for the 2018-2019 data collection cycle. UserIDs and passwords for 2018-2019 will be distributed to all institutions on August 8. Those with designated keyholders will receive information via email. All institutions for which there is no designated keyholder will receive a letter directed to the CEO containing registration information. To register, visit the IPEDS website at: https://surveys.nces.ed.gov/ipeds/

During the Registration Period, institutions are encouraged but not required to complete Report Mapping, Institution Identification, and IC Header. Report Mapping (if applicable) and Institution Identification must be completed, and IC Header must be locked before the Fall surveys can be started. Report Mapping and IC Header are available until the end of the Fall collection. Institution Identification is available through Spring.

On August 29, NCES will review the registration status of each institution. If an institution has not registered as of this date, a letter will be sent to the CEO requesting appointment of a new keyholder.

If you are responsible for reporting IPEDS data at your school, here are some other important dates to mark on your calendar.

  • September 5, 2018 – Fall Collection Opens – Institutional Characteristics; Completions; 12-month Enrollment
  • December 12, 2018 – Winter Collection Opens – Student Financial Aid; Graduation Rates; 200% Graduation Rates; Admissions; Outcome Measures
  • December 12, 2018 – Spring Collection Opens – Fall Enrollment; Finance; Human Resources; Academic Libraries

IPEDS WINTER SURVEY 2018

Institutions are required to submit data to the National Center for Education Statistics. The IPEDS surveys provide the Department of Education a wide variety of open-access data on higher education. Among the information gathered from IPEDS reporting, the Secretary will publish annual college affordability and transparency lists related to college costs including information on tuition and fees for full-time undergraduate students, cost of attendance, and the number of undergraduate students receiving each type of financial aid. In addition, institutions must report the following: average annual cost of tuition, fees, room and board, books, supplies, and transportation; the net price of the institution, and the average annual cost of tuition and fees. IPEDS surveys focus on: student financial aid, graduation rates and completions, admissions, enrollment (fall semester and 12 month), finance, human resources, academic libraries, institutional characteristics. The keyholder deadline is February 14, 2018.

2017-2018 IPEDS REGISTRATION AND SCHEDULE

Registration for the 2017-2018 IPEDS Data Collection Schedule opens in August. Reporting to IPEDS is mandatory thus; all institutions are required to register for the 2017-18 data collection cycle. UserIDs and passwords for 2017-18 will be distributed to all institutions on August 9. Those with designated keyholders will receive information via email. All institutions for which there is no designated keyholder will receive a letter directed to the CEO containing registration information. To register, visit the IPEDS website at: https://surveys.nces.ed.gov/ipeds/

During the Registration Period, institutions are encouraged but not required to complete Report Mapping, Institution Identification, and IC Header. Report Mapping (if applicable) and Institution Identification must be completed, and IC Header must be locked before the Fall surveys can be started. Report Mapping and IC Header are available until the end of the Fall collection. Institution Identification is available through Spring.

On August 30, NCES will review the registration status of each institution. If an institution has not registered as of this date, a letter will be sent to the CEO requesting appointment of a new keyholder.

If you are responsible for reporting IPEDS data at your school, here are some other important dates to mark on your calendar.

September 6, 2017 – Fall Collection Opens – Institutional Characteristics; Completions; 12-month Enrollment

December 13, 2017 – Winter Collection Opens – Student Financial Aid; Graduation Rates; 200% Graduation Rates; Admissions; Outcome Measures

December 13, 2017 – Spring Collection Opens – Fall Enrollment; Finance; Human Resources; Academic Libraries

IPEDS WINTER SURVEY

Institutions are required to submit data to the National Center for Education Statistics. The multiple IPEDS surveys provide the Department of Education a wide variety of open-access data on higher education. Among the information gathered from IPEDS reporting, the Secretary will publish annual college affordability and transparency lists related to college costs including information on tuition and fees for full-time undergraduate students, cost of attendance, and the number of undergraduate students receiving each type of financial aid. In addition, institutions must report the following: average annual cost of tuition, fees, room and board, books, supplies, and transportation; the net price of the institution, and the average annual cost of tuition and fees. IPEDS surveys focus on: student financial aid, graduation rates and completions, admissions, enrollment (fall semester and 12 month), finance, human resources, academic libraries, institutional characteristics.

An institution identified by the Secretary in the 5% of those with the largest 3-year increases, measured as a percentage change, in tuition and fees or in net price is required to report a description of the major areas in the institution’s budget with the greatest cost increases, an explanation of those cost increases, and a description of the steps the institution will take to reduce them. For more information click here: https://surveys.nces.ed.gov/ipeds/

IPEDS WINTER SURVEY OPENS TODAY

The IPEDS Winter Data Collection for the 2016-2017 year opens on December 14th, 2016. The deadline for the Winter IPEDS is February 15, 2017. The Winter Collection includes: Student Financial Aid, Graduation Rates and 200% Graduation Rates. To login to the 2016-2017 data collection system, please go to the following link: https://surveys.nces.ed.gov/ipeds/