Institutional Research and Academic Planning
IRAP collaborates with and provides colleagues in the Chief Financial Office and Government Relations to provide analytical support and reporting.
Summary metrics can be found in the Accountability Report:
- Public Service (chapter 10)
- UC Health (chapter 11)
- University Finance and Private Giving (chapter 12)
- Capital Programs and Sustainability (chapter 13)
- Honors and Awards (chapter 14)
Institutional analytics is separated into the two categories below:
- Financial and budget resources
- Performance outcome and legislative reporting
Revenues and expenses by source/function, including or excluding DOE labs, systemwide and by campus, and option for inflation-adjusted figures.
The Annual Campus Financial Schedules provide a detailed view of the revenue and expense streams at each of the ten campuses, systemwide programs and administration, and on a consolidated basis.
In FY 2015-16, UC began reporting on the estimated expenditures associated with Undergraduate and Graduate Instruction and Research Activities.
This document outlines in detail UC’s financial priorities and commitments for the upcoming academic year.
A synopsis of key indicators related to UC activities and impacts across the state.
The College Scorecard shows UC is a good investment for students, their families and federal and state governments PDFSeptember 2016
Joining the White House’s efforts to promote transparency, this brief provides a summary of how UC compares to other universities on critical measures regarding access, affordability and outcomes.
UC continues to be recognized on various dimensions of academic excellence. Most recently, the U.S. News and World Report named six UC campuses among the 10 best public institutions in the nation while the Academic Ranking of World Universities had four UC campuses among the top 25 universities in the world.
In compliance with Assembly Bill 94, IRAP collaborates with Budget Analysis and Planning to produce UC’s performance outcomes report.
UC's impact on the state extends well beyond its campuses and laboratories. It touches every community throughout California. UC contributes extensively to the state’s growth and development through its public service mission.
45 years ago California’s spending on the UC and CSU systems was almost four times that of correctional systems expenditures. Today, correctional spending is almost 47% greater than that of the UC and CSU systems combined.
Geospatial maps demonstrating the university’s impact beyond its campus borders, supporting the mission of teaching, research and public service.
IRAP experts: Institutional analytics
Charles Masten | Chris Furgiuele | Elizabeth Bakanic | Ryan Chan | Darin Jensen
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