Student Demographics IDE

Last Updated
08/12/2022
Description

A list of students with demographic information filtered by the user.

Report URL
https://tableau.wisconsin.edu/#/views/StudentDemographicsIDE_0/StudentDemographicsIDE
Data Cookbook URL (requires authorization)
https://uwmadison.datacookbook.com/institution/reports/30451/versions/59632
Data Domain(s)
Student Record
Access Restrictions
Student Record Data Restricted
Data Source Information
InfoAccess
Data View Information
STDNT_MULTITERM, STDNT_ETHNIC_REPORTING, STDNT_DIRECTORY_MULTITERM
Update Schedule
Data refreshes weekday mornings.
Responsible Office
Office of the Registrar
Important Notes

Includes non-historical demographic information. For historical demographic information, see 'Historical Student Demographics IDE'.

Definitions

Name Functional Definition Data Domains
Term

A period of instruction: Fall, Spring, or Summer.

University of Wisconsin - Madison
Student Name

Student's preferred name (Last, First, Middle). Prior to the fall of 2014 it shows the primary/legal name.

Academic Planning, Student Record
Campus ID

This is simply a unique student identifier (10 digits). It may occasionally change at the student's request. It is not the same as ID in the Student Information System (SIS) or ID in the Human Resources System (HRS).

Student Record
Academic Level

Indicates whether a student is an undergraduate, graduate or professional, or special student. For undergraduates, students are freshman, sophomore, junior, or senior based on accumulated credits, not the duration of time at the University.

University of Wisconsin - Madison
School/College of Student

The student's primary school/college. Some students have a second major or pursue a certificate in another school/college.

University of Wisconsin - Madison
Male/Female

A binary "Male" or "Female" gender, based on what the individual has reported to the University.

University of Wisconsin - Madison
Student Age Age of a student as of the start of the term. Student Record
Targeted Minority Students

Domestic (not international) students who have identified a race/ethnicity of Black, Hispanic, American Indian and/or Southeast Asian (of Laotian, Cambodian, Vietnamese, or Hmong heritage).

University of Wisconsin - Madison
Race/Ethnicity (Federal)

The methodology specified by the federal government for classifying individuals' self-reported race/ethnicity into a single race/ethnicity category. An individual who self-reports as Hispanic ethnicity is classified as Hispanic even if other racial identities are provided. Individuals who do not self-report as Hispanic are classified in their single race category if only one race was provided, or in a "2 or more races" category if more than one race is provided. Student race/ethnicity only applies to domestic (non-international) students.

Employee Record, Student Record
Country of Citizenship Country in which student holds citizenship. Student Record
Tuition Residency

The residency status of a student for tuition purposes. Some non-resident students from Minnesota ("Minnesota Compact" students) pay tuition based on a legal agreement between the states of Wisconsin and Minnesota.

University of Wisconsin - Madison
First Generation Status

An undergraduate is considered a first generation student if they reported on their application for admission that neither of their parents had earned a four-year college degree. All others, including those who did not respond to the question are considered non-first generation.

Student Record
FERPA Hold

Indicates if a student has exercised the right to restrict the release of their public directory information by placing a FERPA restriction on that data , as permitted under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA).

Student Record
Term Admit Type

Indicates whether a student is a continuing, readmitted, reentry/transfer, new freshman, new transfer, or other new student in that term, except students who start as new freshmen in summer are shown as new freshmen in the following fall too, if enrolled.

University of Wisconsin - Madison