Interactive Data Dashboards

The Maryland Higher Education Commission’s data dashboards provide State policymakers, campus administrators, and the general public with a statistical snapshot of postsecondary education in Maryland. The list below contains dashboards on such topics as enrollment, degrees, faculty and staff, private career schools, student outcomes and other data

Select the link for a chosen topic and the dashboard will launch. From there, each dashboard provides instructions on how to best navigate the sections and the features within. Each dashboard provid​es downloadable data tables so users can still access the data in a printable and manipulatable format, if needed. Data dashboards are updated regularly, as data become available.

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Comparat​​​ive Statistics

Includes statewide and segment-level data on key ​higher education metrics among public and state-aided independent institutions, comparing Maryland’s performance to the nation’s.




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​Annual
​December 2023




Degrees and Credit-Bearing Certificates

Features institutional segment-level data on degrees and credit-bearing certificates awarded by public and state-aided independent institutions in a given year. Data can be filtered by major and race/ethnicity and gender of recipients. 



Annual
December 2023​
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Degree Progress Analysis

Presents institution-level data on progress toward degree completion of community college students. Data for five cohorts are included. The Degree Progress Analysis (DPA) is a model used to report the progress toward degree completion of community college students and incorporates developmental education needs and completion, interim measures of success, and transfer to other institutions including private and out-of-state institutions as indicators of progress.  






Annual
December 2023


Distance Education

Includes segment-level data on distance education activity in public and state-aided independent institutions within a given year. Data can be filtered by year. 



Annual
October 2023

Enrollment

Features institution-level data on credit headcount enrollment in public and state-aided independent institutions in a given year. Data can be disaggregated by year and a number of student characteristics. 



Annual
December 2023
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Faculty and Staff

Presents institutional and segment-level data on faculty and staff employed by public institutions in a given fall. Data can be filtered by year, full-/part-time status, academic rank, staff role, race/ethnicity, and gender. 




Annual
October 2023

Financial Aid

Includes institution-level data on undergraduate financial aid recipients and awards among public and state-aided independent institutions. Data can be filtered by fiscal year and aid source. 




Annual
January 2024



Opening Fall Enrollment

Provides preliminary segment-level data on enrollment in public and state-aided independent institutions in the fall of the most recent academic year, as well as a ten-year trend line of overall enrollment. Updated annually.





Annual
November 2023​


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Pell Grant

Includes data on Pell grant recipients attending public and state-aided independent institutions. Data are presented both as multi-year trend lines and single-year visuals, and can be filtered by institution, segment and academic level (undergraduate vs. graduate).




Annual
January 2024
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Private Career Schools

Conveys institution-level data on registered private career schools. Data can be filtered by year and training type.
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Annual
November 2023
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Retention and Graduation - Four Year Institutions

Presents institution-level data on retention, graduation, and transfer rates of community college students. Data are presented as both multi-year trend lines and single-year visuals that can be filtered by year. Data can also be filtered by race/ethnicity and gender. 




Annual
November 2023


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Retention, Graduation, and Transfer - Community College

Presents institution-level data on retention and graduation rates among public four-year and state-aided independent institutions. Data are presented as multi-year trend lines, and can be filtered by race/ethnicity and gender. 



Annual
November 2023

Revenues & Expenditures

Includes segment-level data on public institutions’ annual revenues, expenditures, FTE enrollment, and capital budget expenditures, as well as state aid to independent institutions. Revenues and expenditures data can be disaggregated by institution, revenue source, and expenditure areas.




Annual
February 2024


Students Completing Workforce Training

Includes institution-level data from community colleges on the Non-Credit Workforce Completions System within a given year. Data can be filtered by year, course characteristics, and student characteristics.





Annual
November 2023​
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Tuition and Fees

Presents data on tuition and fees in public institutions. Data are presented as multi-year trend lines and can be filtered by student residency status. 

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​Annual
November 2023


2022 Faculty Equity Dashboard

Features data on demographics and salary of faculty members employed by public institutions. Includes data from 2015 to 2021. Data can be filtered by segment, faculty rank, and field of teaching.
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November 2022


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